Show #2584 - Thursday, November 23, 1995

1995 Tournament of Champions final game 1.

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Isaac Segal, an advertising creative director from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer from Forest Grove, Oregon

David Siegel, a paralegal from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
POTENT POTABLES
BROADWAY SONGS
THE BODY HUMAN
FOREIGN CURRENCY
NATIONAL STATUARY HALL
    $100 1
On October 20, 1803, the senate ratified the treaty for this land acquisition
    $100 6
The lager form of this is stored in casks or vats until free of sediment
    $100 16
"In short, there's simply not, a more congenial spot for happily ever aftering than here in" this place
    $100 8
There are 9 cartilages in the larynx, & the largest of them forms this bulge
    $100 26
In Japan, paper currency in this unit is printed in denominations of 1,000, 5,000 & 10,000
    $100 20
This cousin of John Adams represents Massachusetts in the collection
    $200 2
Benedict Arnold & this man's Green Mountain Boys captured Ticonderoga, May 10, 1775
    $200 7
This is the most popular Collins drink
    $200 17
In a Jerry Herman song, this woman's name follows "You charm the husk right off of the corn"
    $200 10
The dilator muscle enlarges this part of the eye while the sphincter muscle makes it smaller
    $200 27
In 1986 this foreign country issued commemorative coins honoring the Statue of Liberty
    $200 21
Jefferson Davis represents this state in the hall
    $300 3
In 1866 he became general of the U.S. Army; the first officer so designated
    $300 9
It's the liquor in a Moscow mule, a cocktail developed by Smirnoff in 1946
    $300 23
"Track Down This Murderer" is sung near the end of this Andrew Lloyd Webber musical
    $300 11
In a single red blood cell, there are more than 300 million molecules of this iron-rich pigment
    $300 28
Prior to 1971, this monetary unit was divided into 20 shillings of 12 pence each
    $300 18
This state is represented by a monarch
    $400 4
The name of this anti-Jackson party was introduced to the senate by Henry Clay, April 14, 1834
    $400 14
For this cocktail, the rim of the glass is usually dipped in lime juice and salt
    $400 24
In a song from "Oklahoma!", this title line follows, "Sweetheart, they're suspecting things"
    $400 12
At the hip joint, this thighbone joins the pelvis
    $400 29
In this Asian country, a tugrik is equivalent to 100 mongos
    $400 19
This military officer & author of "Ben-Hur" represents Indiana
    $500 5
In 1843 Daniel Webster resigned as this president's Secretary of State
    $500 15
Jerez de la Frontera is the center of trade in this Spanish wine
    DD: $1,000 25
The two men who wrote the Broadway song heard here:

"When you're a Jet, you're a Jet all the way /
From your first cigarette to your last dyin' day /
When you're a Jet if the spit hits the fan..."
    $500 13
The pia mater is the innermost membrane that covers the brain, & this is the outermost layer
    $500 30
It's the monetary unit of Suriname
    $500 22
This state is represented by a statue of Thomas Hart Benton

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

David Ryan Isaac
$700 $1,800 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Ryan Isaac
$3,400 $2,200 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
PEOPLE
GRAPHIC ARTS
RULERS
GOURMET CUISINE
PHYSICS
    $200 4
This Sir Arthur Conan Doyle tale about a ghostly canine was based on local legend
    $200 6
His record as the youngest international grand master in chess stood from 1958-1991
    $200 16
Term for the circle that encloses a comic strip character's dialogue
    $200 11
Many say this country's ruler, Tzu-Chi, gave a deathbed command to have her nephew, the emperor, killed
    $200 21
The word "malossol" on a caviar label means the roe is preserved with a minimum of this seasoning
    $200 22
This element has two crystalline allotropes: diamond & graphite
    $400 5
Some consider this author's "The History of Henry Esmond" his greatest work, not "Vanity Fair"
    $400 7
In 1995, 8th grader Chris Galeczka won this contest by knowing that Afghanistan is where Pashtu & Dari are spoken
    $400 20
Typesetters may use the Dvorak layout on one of these; it reduces their finger movements from Qwerty
    $400 12
This emperor for whom a wall is named built a spectacular villa at Tivoli, near Rome
    $400 27
These chocolate confections are so-called because they resemble the fancy fungi of the same name
    $400 24
These charged, stable elementary particles are present in all atoms in shells around the nucleus
    $600 1
The title of his novel "Far From the Madding Crowd" is found in "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard"
    $600 8
In 1995, for her groundbreaking study of African chimps, she was awarded the Hubbard Medal
    $600 17
This term refers to printing beyond the edges & trimming back the sheet; first aid isn't required
    $600 13
This country's King Alphonso II was known as "Alphonso El Gordo", which means Alphonso the Fat
    $600 28
Ancient Romans cultivated these gastropods on farms; fattening them on meal & wine
    $600 23
It's a material such as germanium whose resistivity is midway between a conductor & an insulator
    DD: $800 2
Philip Carey is the central character in this Somerset Maugham novel
    $800 9
The daughter of a world champion steer roper, she was the Country Music Association's best Female Vocalist, 1984-1987
    $800 18
Term for non-copyrighted pictures or drawings you can snip out & include in your own work
    $800 14
This founder of the Capetian Dynasty succeeded his father as duke of the Franks in 956
    $800 29
Eggs Meyerbeer, named in honor of the composer, is made with these organs the French call reins
    $800 25
This force, supposed to act radially outward on a body moving in a curve, is a fictitious force
    $1000 3
This monumental work by Edward Gibbon covers 13 centuries until the capture of Constantinople
    $1000 10
In 1993 the Metropolitan Museum presented an exhibition of paintings by this grandson of Sigmund Freud
    $1000 19
A color separator produces four negatives: cyan, magenta, yellow & this color
    $1000 15
As a child during World War II, this current Dutch queen lived in Canada
    $1000 30
Served with bearnaise sauce, this thick cut of beef is named for a French statesman, not a French castle
    DD: $500 26
It's the resistance of a fluid to a flow; syrup has a higher one than water

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Ryan Isaac
$8,800 $7,100 $3,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

ETHICS
Aesculapius, Hygeia, Panacea & Apollo are all mentioned in the first line of this

Final scores:

David Ryan Isaac
$5,500 $10,103 $6,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Ryan Isaac
$9,100 $7,600 $3,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,300

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