Show #2349 - Thursday, November 17, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey

David Hillinck, a high school principal from Sacramento, California

John Cuthbertson, a physicist from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

NATURE
MUSICAL THEATRE
1988
FOOD
HEALTH & MEDICINE
CROSSWORD CLUES "E"
    $100 1
Safes, a type of these desert formations, are often many miles long & several hundred feet high
    $100 26
When Marie Osmond toured in this play in 1994, her eldest son, Steven, played Kurt Von Trapp
    $100 7
At the July 1988 Democratic National Convention this Massachusetts governor was nominated for president
    $100 4
While these small bread cubes often top salads, larger versions can be used to catch drippings
    $100 12
These blood-sucking worms are used in medicine today to drain hematomas
    $100 21
Zealous, like a beaver
(5)
    $200 2
Sausage trees, found in Africa, are pollinated by these flying mammals
    DD: $1,000 27
This 1946 musical that featured the following was Irving Berlin's biggest Broadway hit:

"I'm quick on the trigger /
With targets not much bigger /
Than a pinpoint, a number 1..."
    $200 8
The Thatcher government imposed a broadcast ban on this political wing of the IRA
    $200 13
A raw egg yolk usually accompanies this raw meat dish
    $200 14
Light flashes in the field of vision may mean this optic tissue has become detached
    $200 22
Mistaken
(9)
    $300 3
This largest U.S. cactus can weigh as much as 10 tons
    $300 28
Scott Bakula played Joe DiMaggio in a 1983 musical about this sex symbol
    $300 9
After 32 years in power, Janos Kadar was ousted as first secretary of this country's Communist Party
    $300 18
Butternut refers to both an actual nut & this type of gourd
    $300 15
This artificial sweetener has been associated with bladder cancer in animal experiments
    $300 23
On-screen, they're "special"
(7)
    $400 5
Often found clinging to rocks, limpets are a type of this mollusk
    $400 29
Elaine Stritch plays Capt. Andy's wife Parthy in the current revival of this Jerome Kern musical
    $400 10
A 1988 plebiscite said that this Chilean dictator had to be out of office by March of 1990
    $400 19
It's an Italian version of an omelet, served pancake-style
    $400 16
Apnea is the temporary cessation of this
    $400 24
Count off one-by-one
(9)
    $500 6
In the South, buildings have been engulfed & trees have been smothered by this Oriental vine gone wild
    $500 30
"Kismet"'s music is adapted from the works of this "Prince Igor" composer
    $500 11
Along with the Marcoses, this Saudi arms merchant was indicted in October on charges of racketeering
    $500 20
They're the two common vegetables in the English dish bubble & squeak
    $500 17
In vitiligo, a common disorder, patches of skin lose this
    $500 25
The "bigger picture"
(11)

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

John David Rachael
$1,200 $1,400 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John David Rachael
$2,900 $800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT HISTORY
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
SAINTS
FLEETS
CLOTHING
LITERATURE
    $200 3
In 213 B.C., Ch'in Shih Huang-ti ordered all of these burned, except the ones in the imperial library
    $200 21
Antelope Island in this Utah lake is used as a refuge for bison
    $200 26
On the second Sunday in May, the French honor her with a holiday
    $200 1
When he left for his second voyage in September of 1493, he had a fleet of seventeen ships, fourteen more than his first trip
    $200 4
They can be crew, knee, or bobby
    $200 10
In F. Scott Fitzgerald's classic novel, Nick Carraway lives next door to this title character
    $400 16
This pupil of Socrates went to Sicily to try to turn Dionysius into a philosopher king
    $400 22
Albuquerque, New Mexico lies on this 1885-mile long river
    $400 27
March 1st is the feast day of this patron saint of Wales
    $400 2
The Duque de Medina- Sidonia commanded this fleet in 1588
    $400 6
This Channel Island has a close-fitting knitted shirt or sweater named for it, in addition to a cow
    $400 11
Part I of this Willa Cather novel is entitled "The Wild Land"
    $600 17
Tikal became an important ceremonial center of this civilization, prior to 300 A.D.
    $600 23
From its incorporation in 1813 until 1901, this New York village was known as Sing-Sing
    $600 28
St. Raphael shares his feast day, September 29, with these two archangels
    $600 5
This company's fleet has included the Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, & Queen Elizabeth II
    $600 7
A plastron is the quilted pad worn by competitors in this sport to protect their torso & sides
    $600 12
His novel "Daisy Miller" opens at the Trois Couronnes hotel in Vevey, Switzerland
    $800 19
He was only 16 when he became Roman emperor upon the death of Claudius
    DD: $2,600 24
South Carolina's highest point, Sassafras Mountain, rises 3,560 feet in this range of the Appalachians
    $800 29
This man who added utopia to our vocabulary was made a saint in 1935
    $800 15
This empire's fleet was defeated in the 1571 Battle of Lepanto
    $800 8
This apron for young girls has a ruffled bibbed top & a gathered skirt
    $800 13
He published his third novel, "A Cool Million", in 1934, one year after "Miss Lonelyhearts"
    $1000 20
This Old Kingdom capital of Egypt was originally named Hikouptah
    $1000 25
This Lake Erie port in Northwest Ohio was once called "the Glass Capital of the World"
    DD: $1,000 30
This scholarly 13th century saint was often called "The Angelic Doctor"
    $1000 18
The Black Sea fleet in dispute between Russia & Ukraine is based at this Crimean port
    $1000 9
It's the fur pouch that a Scotsman wears on the front of his kilt
    $1000 14
In English, Ivan Turgenev's novel "Ottsy i Deti" is known by this "familial" title"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John David Rachael
$5,300 $5,200 $6,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

NAMES IN THE NEWS
This former U.N. ambassador is a co-chairman of the host city's committee for the 1996 Olympic Games

Final scores:

John David Rachael
$10,401 $10,400 $9,300
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

John David Rachael
$5,300 $4,400 $6,200
14 R,
3 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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