Show #2353 - Wednesday, November 23, 1994

1994 Tournament of Champions semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Jeff Stewart, a College Tournament winner originally from The Dalles, Oregon

John Cuthbertson, a physicist from San Diego, California

Steve Chernicoff, a technical writer from Berkeley, California

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Jeopardy! Round

20th CENTURY AMERICA
1950s SONG LYRICS
MUSEUMS
PHILOSOPHY
HODGEPODGE
FILE UNDER "S"
    $100 20
In 1908 he had the misfortune of piloting the first plane in which there was a fatality
    $100 8
It begins "Fee Fee Fi Fi Fo Fo Fum, I smell smoke in the au-di-tori-um!"
    $100 1
This museum is headquartered on Great Russell Street in the Bloomsbury section of London
    $100 14
Cartesianism is named for this 17th century French philosopher
    $100 28
This calm center of the hurricane may be 20 miles in diameter
    $100 26
Head & Shoulders, Agree, & Pert Plus are leading types of these
    $200 21
With the passage of this act in 1935, seniors began looking forward to a pension
    $200 9
This Paul Anka tune contains the lines "Put your lips next to mine, dear; won't you kiss me once, baby?"
    $200 2
The William F. Harrah Foundation National Automobile Museum is in this Nevada city, not Las Vegas
    $200 6
In 1597 in his "Religious Meditations", Francis Bacon wrote that this "is power"
    $200 30
New Zealand's 2 official languages are English & this native one
    $200 24
It's a heavy, single-edged cavalry sword with a blade less curved than a scimitar
    $300 22
In 1948 the results of his studies of sexual behavior in the human male were published
    $300 10
Fats Domino sang, "The moon stood still on" this, "and lingered until my dreams came true"
    $300 16
The Museum of the Confederacy is on the grounds of the Confederate White House in this city
    $300 5
"Beauty is a matter of size and order", he wrote in his "Poetics"
    $300 23
For a while, this statesman who established an Oxford scholarship also had a country named for him
    $300 25
This disease caused by the lack of ascorbic acid is called Barlow's Disease in infants
    $400 4
In 1982 this retired dentist became the 1st person to receive an artificial heart
    $400 12
"When I was just a little girl, I asked my mother, what will I be?", and got this answer
    $400 17
The Delaware site of this family's 1st gunpowder mill is now an industrial museum
    $400 11
The French title of this Sartre work is "L'Etre Et Neant"
    $400 29
This founder of the Unification Church was originally a Presbyterian
    $400 3
This Middle Eastern dog is also called a gazelle hound because it was once trained to hunt gazelles
    $500 19
It was America's "Man In Space" program immediately after Project Mercury
    $500 13
"All day, all night", this woman, "down by the seashore, sifting sand"
    $500 18
The Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum has this Missouri artist's last mural
    DD: $500 15
This Dane published his concluding unscientific postscript under the pseudonym Johannes Climacus
    $500 27
Yeoman, as in Yeoman of the Guard, is probably a contraction of forms of these two words
    $500 7
Known as "Old Fuss N' Feathers", he wrote the Army's first complete manual of drill regulations

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

Steve John Jeff
$2,200 -$100 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve John Jeff
$3,200 $1,900 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN HISTORY
THE OLD TESTAMENT
ISLANDS
BALLET
SCIENCE
ENGLISH LITERATURE
    $200 23
As a child, she was captured by the Hadatsahs and given the name which means "bird woman"
    $200 1
In Esther 4:3, there was great mourning among the Jews, and many lay in sackcloth & these
    $200 9
Long rivers in this U.S. commonwealth include the La Plata, Anasco & Arecibo
    $200 28
As you might expect, "Doo Dah Day" is danced to the music of this composer
    $200 20
This heavenly body's prominences include dark filaments & clouds of gas
    $200 15
From 1595-1609, Samuel Daniel published several volumes of epic verse about the history of these "floral" wars
    $400 24
The Equal Rights Party nominated Belva Lockwood for this high office in 1884 & 1888
    $400 6
This book is also called Canticles
    $400 3
This one-time penal colony, located off French Guiana, is the smallest of the 3 Safety Islands
    $400 29
It's the popular English title of the dramatic Pavlova solo whose French title is simply "Le Cygne"
    $400 19
In botany there are 4 flower parts: sepals, petals, stamens & these
    $400 21
This Daniel Defoe character was born in the year 1632 in the city of York, of a good family
    $600 17
Lord Darnley was just 19 when he became this 22-year old Scottish queen's second husband in 1565
    $600 7
He was a son of Lamech & a grandson of Methuselah
    $600 11
Until 1946, automobiles were banned from this British crown colony, 650 miles from North Carolina
    $600 27
Choreographer Birgit Kolberg based her 1950 ballet "Miss Julie" on an 1888 play by this fellow Swede
    $600 4
You have many sweatglands, but only this number of lacrimal glands
    $600 14
His 1954 play "Under Milkwood", was originally written for radio
    $800 25
Mata Hari pretended to be Asian, but she was actually born in this European country
    $800 5
This sister of Aaron led the women in the victory song after the parting of the Red Sea
    DD: $1,000 12
This island nation is the most densely populated country in the Persian Gulf region
    $800 18
This ballet about a puppet takes place at the Shrove Tide Fair in old St. Petersburg
    $800 10
The highest jet streams occur in this layer of the atmosphere that begins 10 miles above the earth
    $800 2
Tennyson addressed his poem "To E.L. on his Travels" to this "Nonsense" poet
    $1000 26
Known for her cleverness & beauty, Sarah Churchill, duchess of this, was a confidante of Queen Anne
    $1000 8
The first of these begins: "Blessed is the man that walketh not in the council of the ungodly"
    $1000 13
Almost all the inhabitants of this Chilean island live in the village of Hanga Roa on the west coast
    DD: $1,000 30
"Barabao" was the 1st of 10 ballets this Russian choreographed for the Ballets Russes before he moved to the United States
    $1000 16
There are 3 types of RNA: transfer, ribosomal & this
    $1000 22
This ode poet wrote about a knight enthralled by a beautiful lady in "La Belle Dame sans Merci"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve John Jeff
$9,000 $4,700 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

DEMOCRATS
When Grandma Moses was born, this man was president; at her death, JFK was president

Final scores:

Steve John Jeff
$8,399 $1,000 $9,550
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve John Jeff
$8,800 $6,200 $4,800
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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