Show #2120 - Friday, November 19, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Jack Mahoney, an actor from Jersey City, New Jersey

Al Lin, a law and public policy student originally from Chesapeake, Virginia

Diane Siegel, a homemaker from Northridge, California

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Jeopardy! Round

UNOFFICIAL STATE NICKNAMES
TV MOVIES
ARCHITECTURE
KIDDIE LIT
ENDS WITH "K"
POTPOURRI
    $100 2
Because of the way it was formed, Louisiana is sometimes called "The Child of" this river
    $100 26
He played Tony Starr in "Copacabana", which was based on his own hit record
    $100 1
Many churches have a cruciform plan, which means they're shaped like one of these
    $100 25
"Two Little Confederates" is the story of two children who live on a plantation during this war
    $100 17
It's a slang term for a psychiatrist, even if he's not getting smaller
    $100 5
Charles Schulz said Snoopy didn't become a lead character until he began walking this way
    $200 10
It's "The Land of the Saints", the Latter-Day Saints
    $200 27
This series grew out of 1971's "The Homecoming: A Christmas Story"
    $200 13
A flight is a series of these unbroken by a landing
    $200 24
Chapter 4 of this 1908 classic is called "Morning at Green Gables"
    $200 16
If you lack good fortune, you're out of this
    $200 18
It's a synonym for a lie as well as the type of tale told by Aesop
    $300 9
It's "The Mother of States" as well as "The Mother of Presidents"
    $300 28
Arnold Schwarzenegger played Mickey Hargitay in a TV movie about this actress
    $300 14
One of these ancient Roman structures still carries the water supply of Segovia, Spain
    $300 23
In a Grimm fairy tale one of these animals swallows six little kids, but luckily they escape
    $300 6
A snide, simpering, self-satisfied smile
    $300 19
Any Brit can tell you that a Liverpudlian is one of these
    $400 7
It's "The Plantation State" because its full name includes the words "And Providence Plantations"
    $400 29
The 1974 autobiography of this woman won 9 Emmy Awards, 2 for Cicely Tyson
    $400 12
In north Africa, these towers from which Muslims are called to prayer are rectangular in plan
    $400 15
This Anna Sewell book may have inspired "Moorland Mousie", which was also narrated by a horse
    $400 4
A soda server, whether or not he's fatuous
    $400 21
Persil is the French word for this ever-popular garnish
    $500 8
It's also known as "The Toothpick State" because of a knife used by early settlers
    $500 30
She played Francine Hughes, who was accused of murdering her husband, in "The Burning Bed"
    DD: $500 11
Gropius, Mies van der Rohe & this Swiss architect all worked for architect Peter Behrens
    $500 22
The first line of the early 19th century nursery rhyme whose original title was "The Star"
    $500 3
This Asian capital city known for its canals has been called "The Venice of the East"
    $500 20
The national conference of these two religious groups sponsors Brotherhood-Sisterhood Week

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Diane Al Jack
$200 $1,500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Al Jack
$1,300 $2,600 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
SORORITY WOMEN
DRAMA
WORLD HISTORY
INNS
OATS
    $200 1
Speaking in Illinois, Benjamin Harrison said this president "had faith in time & time has justified his faith"
    $200 30
Alpha Delta Pi Sandra Palmer is known for puttering around in this sport
    $200 20
This play begins as Willy Loman returns home from a trip
    $200 21
This dominion was created by the British North America Act on July 1, 1867
    $200 29
Luke 2:7 reports that there was no room at the inn for this pair
    $200 22
In 1877 Henry Seymour read about this religious group in an encyclopedia & named his oat company for them
    $400 7
Sammy Cahn wrote new lyrics for "High Hopes" & it became this man's 1960 campaign song
    $400 14
This Kappa Delta artist settled in New Mexico in 1949 because of the earth colors, the ochres & the reds
    $400 13
In Clifford Odets' "Golden Boy", Joe Bonaparte gives up the violin for this sport
    $400 19
On May 9, 1946 this country's King Victor Emmanuel abdicated in favor of his son Umberto
    $400 28
The Chaucer Inn is located near the cathedral in this English city
    $400 23
This phrase refers to indulging in youthful excesses
    $600 18
It was the middle name of President Wilson & of his daughter Jessie
    $600 12
Kappa Alpha Theta who danced in her own ballets including "Rodeo"
    $600 11
Her 1946 play "Another Part of the Forest" is sometimes considered a prequel to "The Little Foxes"
    $600 9
In 1763, as a result of this numerical war, Florida became a British possession
    $600 27
It was the first hotel Howard Hughes bought in Las Vegas
    $600 24
It's a thick, pudding-like oatmeal dish that's enjoyed by Scots & by Goldilocks
    $800 15
Teddy Roosevelt sponsored the candidacy of this man in 1908 & ran against him in 1912
    DD: $1,200 16
When she began her financial column, this Phi Sigma Sigma used her initials to disguise her sex
    $800 10
A brother & sister argue over the fate of a piano in this Pulitzer-winning play by August Wilson
    $800 8
In 1864 Austria & Prussia went to war with Denmark, winning Schleswig & this duchy
    $800 26
Gray's Inn is one of these associations that control admission to Britain's bar
    $800 25
Cereal lovers know it's the high-in-fiber outer casing of the oat
    DD: $1,500 2
The first president who wasn't born a British subject was this New Yorker
    $1000 17
This Sigma Kappa is remembered as one of the first senators to speak out against Joseph McCarthy
    $1000 3
This lengthy work by Eugene O'Neill is based partly on the Oresteia of Aeschylus
    $1000 4
In 1832 Otto, a Bavarian prince, was named the first king of this Balkan country
    $1000 5
This 1936 Daphne du Maurier novel is one of her Cornish tales
    $1000 6
While the terms are used interchangeably, groats are usually more coarsely ground than these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Diane Al Jack
$3,700 $6,300 $7,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORD ORIGINS
The name of this dialect comes from a Hindi word, mantri, meaning "counselor"

Final scores:

Diane Al Jack
$2 $599 $12,613
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Diane Al Jack
$4,900 $5,800 $7,700
14 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
19 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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