Show #2130 - Friday, December 3, 1993

1993 10th Anniversary Tournament final game 2.

Contestants

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Leslie Frates, a Spanish teacher from Hayward, California (subtotal of $100)

Tom Nosek, an engineer from Torrance, California (subtotal of $13,600)

Frank Spangenberg, a transit cop from Douglaston, New York (subtotal of $600)

Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
SPORTS
HIGHWAYS & BYWAYS
1500
ANNUAL EVENTS
STARTS WITH "WH"
    $100 13
In breathing it's the gas you expel to the atmosphere
    $100 16
From 1982-87, she held the top rank in tennis for all but 22 weeks of a 270-week stretch
    $100 10
As Wall Street is associated with stocks, this NYC street is associated with advertising
    $100 1
Jacob Neufer was the first on record to perform this operation where the mother & baby both survived
    $100 23
Christmas festivities in this Utah city begin with the lighting of Temple Square in November
    $100 18
Speak softly
    $200 5
Erosion from these created fjords & drumlins
    $200 17
Dave "Tiger" Williams holds the career record for penalty minutes in this sport with 3,966
    $200 11
This Paris main street recently received a facelift and 850 underground parking spaces
    $200 6
Holyrood Palace was built in this capital city around 1500
    $200 24
In May, 1993, this city on the Riviera held its 46th International Film Festival
    $200 19
It's the watery part of milk that separates from the curds when making cheese
    $300 4
Scientist John Dalton suffered from the red-green type of this
    $300 28
This Dolphins quarterback has passed for over 400 yards in a single game a record 10 times
    $300 12
Roxbury, Spago, & The Whiskey are on this Los Angeles street's "strip"
    $300 7
When blown off course, explorer Pedro Cabral discovered this country and claimed it for Portugal
    $300 25
Inspired by a short story, Angels' Camp in Calaveras County, CA, hosts this type of contest each May
    $300 20
It's the gentle neighing of a horse
    $400 3
The surfaces of this type of element can be anodized
    $400 29
In 1993, this Seattle center fielder tied a Major League record by hitting home runs in eight straight games
    $400 14
In this city, you can enter Tiananmen Square off Changan Avenue
    DD: $500 8
This most famous morality play dates to around 1500
    $400 26
In autumn, Lake Havasu City, AZ, celebrates the dedication of this landmark
    $400 21
In 1948 Harry Truman toured the country during this type of railroad campaign
    $500 2
He discovered that if nitroglycerin was absorbed by an inert substance, it wouldn't explode from shock
    $500 30
In 1980, this U.S. speed skater became the first athlete to win five individual gold medals in one Olympics
    $500 15
Collins Avenue runs through Miami Beach's South Beach and the Embarcadero runs through this city's North Beach
    $500 9
This first Tudor king reigned on the throne of England
    $500 27
The first weekend in October, Las Cruces, in this state, has a whole enchilada fiesta
    $500 22
It's to get something by coaxing or flattery

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

Frank Tom Leslie
$1,500 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Tom Leslie
$2,900 $1,600 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

UN SECRETARIES GENERAL
FASHION
PHILOSOPHY
LITERARY CHARACTERS
WORLD FACTS
WORD ORIGINS
    $200 30
During World War II, he served in the German army occupying Greece
    $200 19
Getting right to the point, Jean-Paul Gauthier designed the costumes for her 1990 "World Tour"
    $200 8
The Stoics derived their name from a painted porch in this Greek city
    $200 9
Her first husband is Charles Hamilton, Melanie's brother; Rhett Butler is her third
    $200 24
A seafood cocktail called zarzuela is a specialty of this country's Costa Brava
    $200 3
Slang for remarkable or gutsy, it may be a blend of "bold" & "audacious"
    $400 29
In 1988 this Peruvian personally negotiated the end of fighting in the Iran-Iraq War
    $400 20
In French, this clothing style or line is called pret-a-porter
    $400 10
This church put most of Descartes' books on its "Index of Proscribed Literature"
    $400 11
This doctor becomes acquainted with Lara when they work together at a Russian Red Cross hospital
    $400 28
It's the monetary unit of Vatican City
    $400 4
This term for all the letters in a language comes from the names of two Greek letters
    $600 15
Boutros Boutros-Ghali served as this nation's minister of state for foreign affairs from 1977-1991
    $600 21
Yves St. Laurent first made his mark at this fashion house
    $600 16
The Latin name of this great philosophical work by St. Augustine is "De Civitate Dei"
    $600 12
In "Go Tell It on the Mountain", John Grimes represents this author of the novel
    DD: $2,700 27
The imposing ruins of Angkor Tom temple complex, built around 1200, are in this country
    $600 5
Our word "blanket" is derived in part from Old French for this color
    $800 2
He served as headmaster of the national high school in his hometown of Pantana, Burma
    $800 22
This store has sold over 30 million pieces of Jaclyn Smith's sportswear
    $800 17
This Frenchman later said that his 1945 lecture on existentialism & humanism was a mistake
    $800 13
In a novel by Edith Wharton, this New England farmer falls in love with his wife's cousin Mattie
    $800 25
You might call the Pearl Mosque the "pearl" of this Taj Mahal city
    $800 6
Humorist Gillette Burgess coined this 5-letter term for a brief laudatory phrase on a book jacket
    DD: $1,000 1
He headed Norway's delegation to the 1945 UN conference in San Francisco before becoming secretary general
    $1000 23
In August, 1993, this company's co-founder and CEO, George Marciano, announced that he was stepping down & selling out
    $1000 18
Lewis Carroll's 1896 book on the symbolic type of this branch of philosophy was not intended for children
    $1000 14
In one G.K. Chesterton tale, this reverend detective is called Paul; in another, he has the initial "J"
    $1000 26
Her first-born son, Frederic, is Denmark's crown prince
    $1000 7
The Middle English phrase for this position with hands-on-hips & elbows bent out was "Ankinibo"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Tom Leslie
$8,100 $4,000 $13,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN PLAYWRIGHTS
1 of 3 women who won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in the 1980s

Final scores:

Frank Tom Leslie
$16,200 $0 $4,399

Cumulative scores:

Frank Tom Leslie
$16,800 $13,600 $4,499
Tournament champion: $41,800 1st runner-up: $13,600 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Frank Tom Leslie
$8,100 $4,000 $10,800
21 R,
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,900

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