Show #2813 - Wednesday, November 20, 1996

1996 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Amanda Goad, a Teen Tournament winner from Richmond, Virginia

Bill Sloan, a real estate broker from Mission Viejo, California

Mike Dupée, an attorney from Gainesville, Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

WORLD FACTS
NUMERICAL TV TITLES
AROUND THE HOUSE
TOUGH NURSERY RHYMES
PEOPLE
CROSSWORD CLUES "R"
    $100 1
Romanians enjoy eating mamaliga, a bread or mush made from this meal
    $100 22
It was the title number of Beacon Street & Jump Street
    $100 19
Originally a case to hold medieval goblets called hanaps, it's a covered basket used for laundry
    $100 16
An early version had 4 & 20 naughty boys in a pie; it was changed to these feathered friends
    $100 7
In July of 1996 an era in baseball ended when this Dodgers manager retired after 20 seasons
    $100 6
Skating venue
(4)
    $200 2
Dominica was discovered on this day of the week, hence its name
    $200 23
Bill Cullen hosted this many "on a match" & Dick Enberg hosted this many "for the money"
    $200 24
Barbara Mandrell sang about "sleeping single in" one of these, also called a full-sized
    $200 17
According to the rhyme, she had a little crook
    $200 8
This Nation of Islam leader formerly went by the name Louis X
    $200 12
Seismic scale
(7)
    $300 3
The Count of Urgel was the first known ruler of this country in the Pyrenees
    $300 28
Life-threatening situations were re-enacted on this series hosted by William Shatner
    $300 25
From a Latin word for bacon, it's a pantry or cellar in which food is stored
    $300 18
Webster's defines this 6-letter word as a low seat; Chambers' defines it as a mound
    $300 9
This actress, who stopped traffic in "It Happened One Night", passed away in 1996
    $300 13
Knee jerk
(6)
    $400 4
In Rio de Janeiro, this "sweet" landmark is known as Pan de Azucar
    $400 29
On its 1978 debut, this ABC newsmagazine was hosted by Harold Hayes & Robert Hughes - they lasted one show
    $400 26
Room in which you're most likely to find a salamander, a poacher & a savarin
    $400 20
These two fruits, "say the bells of St. Clement's"
    DD: $500 10
Bob Kerrey & J. James Exon, senators from this state, have also served as its governor
    $400 14
Musical mass for the dead
(7)
    $500 5
The Schwedagon pagoda in this Myanmar city may have been built more than 2000 years ago
    $500 30
Room of Walt Whitman High featured in a 1969-1974 series
    $500 27
From Old French for watchtower, it's a room under a sloping roof, often rented by starving artists
    $500 21
Completes "As your bright and tiny spark lights the traveler in the dark, though I know not what you are"
    $500 11
After leaving China in 1935, this architect studied at M.I.T. & became a U.S. citizen in 1954
    $500 15
Painter Pierre Auguste
(6)

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Mike Bill Amanda
$3,000 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bill Amanda
$3,400 $2,600 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
SHAKESPEARE
PHYSICS
THE CARIBBEAN
CURRENT KINGS
NOVEL VOCABULARY
    $200 9
In 1977 Bank of America changed the name of its Bank Americard to this 4-letter word
    $200 1
Near the end of this tragedy, Lodovico tells Gratiano to "seize upon the fortunes of the Moor"
    $200 3
Quartz is more effective than glass for making lenses for this kind of light, UV for short
    $200 29
If you visit the Turks & Caicos Islands, you may see Jojo, a friendly bottlenosed one of these mammals
    $200 16
This Jordanian king is a direct descendant of the prophet Mohammed
    $200 30
Popular in 1830s England, "gonof", a slang term for pickpocket, appears in his novel "Bleak House"
    $400 12
In June of 1970, fighting between Israel & Syria reached new heights on these heights
    $400 2
In this play's first scene, Bernardo says, "Tis' now struck twelve and a ghost appears soon after"
    $400 4
A fuel cell converts chemicals directly into this type of energy
    $400 23
Montserrat is the Caribbean's "Emerald Isle" & this plant is stamped on your passport when you arrive
    $400 17
In 1976 Carl XVI Gustaf of this country married Sylvia Sommerlath, a West German commoner
    $400 25
The word "fairlings" means presents bought at a fair in his novel "Tess of the d'Urbervilles"
    $600 13
Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlevi left Iran on vacation January 16, 1979, and 2 weeks later, this man returned from exile
    $600 6
Prospero's first line in this play is "Be collected - no more amazement"
    $600 5
Fluid dynamics is divided into aerodynamics, the study of gases in motion, & this study of liquids in motion
    $600 26
The name of this Jamaican resort means "eight rivers", but originated as a corruption of Choreras
    $600 18
Albert II, who succeeded Baudoin I as king of this country, had been expected to refuse the throne
    $600 24
This author used the word "eleemosynary", which means charitable, in the 1st line of "Tom Jones"
    $800 14
Presidents re-elected in 1971 include South Korea's Park Chung Hee & this country's Nguyen Van Thieu
    $800 7
When Benedict says "Come, bid me do anything for thee", she says "Much ado - kill Claudio"
    $800 10
This radioactive metal is the heaviest naturally occuring element
    $800 27
Willemstad is the capital of this island known for a famous liqueur
    $800 19
This current king became Saudi minister of education in 1953
    $800 21
He invented words such as "vlossyhair" for "Finnegan's Wake"; vlossy is the Polish word for hair
    DD: $1,000 15
The Senate Watergate Committee was also called this, after the senator who headed it
    $1000 8
He's the king of the fairies in medieval legend as well as in "A Midsummer Nights' Dream"
    $1000 11
Robert Bunsen could identify an element by examining this, the pattern of wavelengths its light makes
    DD: $800 28
The Musee Volcanologique on this island displays relics from the 1902 volcanic eruption
    $1000 20
In 1986, Prince Makhosetwe was crowned King Mswati III of this landlocked African country
    $1000 22
Title character who says, "Here I am noble, I am Boyer", meaning he belongs to a privileged class in Romania

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mike Bill Amanda
$8,800 $6,800 $4,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE MIDWEST
Of the 4 states that border Lake Michigan, the one whose name is not derived from a Native American word

Final scores:

Mike Bill Amanda
$13,601 $10,100 $9,600
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mike Bill Amanda
$8,900 $6,800 $4,800
31 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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