Show #640 - Friday, May 22, 1987

1987 Senior Tournament final game 2.

Contestants

Irene Grzywacz, a teacher originally from Connecticut (subtotal of $0)

Lee Saunders, a part-time textbook editor from Orlando, Florida (subtotal of $5,800)

Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia (subtotal of $9,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
BEAVERS
BY THE NUMBERS
BIG BANDS
BEEF
BRITISH GHOSTS
    $100 3
Passengers not doing this on Continental flights between Aug. 25 & Sept. 25, 1986 got 10% off their next flight
    $100 2
Term usually applied derisively to someone who seems overly ambitious
    $100 1
Game played by world's top dart players, or a type of Levis
    $100 26
His band created more hits & sold more records than any other dance band, & not just on New Year's Eve
    $100 10
Brae, which Time magazine touts as low-fat, low-cal beef, is raised on grass, silage, & this brew
    $100 16
It's said that Catherine Howard, his 5th wife, still runs screaming thru his palace
    $200 7
It may not be news to you, but this newsman emeritus is on the CBS board of directors
    $200 4
The 2 countries which have the most beavers in the world
    $200 8
In popular paperback book title, it was the number of "Uses" given for "A Dead Cat"
    $200 27
This bandleader sang with & then married his singer, Harriet Hilliard
    $200 11
Cows bred for this function become poor beef animals
    $200 17
All banshees are of this sex
    $300 20
With money from making these, Seth Thomas built a cotton mill & a brass rolling factory
    $300 5
These must be used continuously as they keep growing throughout a beaver's life
    $300 9
Author David Wallechinsky's latest book gives a "Midterm Report" on the class of this year
    $300 28
His band was the Bob Cats
    $300 12
Of flank, chuck or round steak, the one coming straight from the shoulder
    $300 18
Ghostly suspect in the slaying of Hugo Baskerville
    $400 21
In 1890, John M. Kohler heated a cattle trough & sprinkled it w/enamel powder to create his 1st of these
    $400 6
TV's last "Beulah", the show left the air because she left the part
    DD: $500 24
2 current prime time network TV shows whose names are only numbers, both starting with numeral 2
    $400 29
"Drums...must produce sounds, not just make noise", said this bandleader-drummer, a rare combination
    $400 13
Term for flecks of fat that, we take for "granite", help make beef tasty & juicy
    $400 19
The 1st spook to scare Scrooge on Christmas Eve
    $500 22
Founded in 1923 by brothers Henry, Hillel & Herman Hassenfeld, it began selling toys in 1943
    $500 14
In the '50s, he told us to "Brusha, Brusha, Brusha" with Ipana toothpaste, and he should know
    $500 25
W/Utah segment completed in August 1986, this became U.S.'s 1st transcontinental interstate
    $500 15
"Hachis de Boeuf" is the fancy French name for this down-to-earth dish
    $500 23
He was haunted by the D.T.s in "The Lost Weekend" & by English ghosts in "The Uninvited"

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

Zeke Lee Irene
$600 $500 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Zeke Lee Irene
$1,100 $1,100 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

MOUNTAINS
ARTISTS
WORLD WAR II
ECONOMICS
RELIGIOUS HISTORY
'60s TRIVIA
(Alex: 1960s trivia.)
    $200 12
Tectonic theorists think India's plate crashing into Asia's created this mountain chain
    $200 17
In 1964, this artist was reproducing Brillo soap pad boxes
    $200 1
As early as 1931, Japan invaded Manchuria, part of this country
    $200 9
In January 1987, the president submitted the 1st U.S. budget surpassing this landmark dollar amount
    $200 6
"Sayid" is an Arabic term of respect used in addressing his descendants
    $200 18
It's said the Jets laid out some $427,000 to acquire this University of Alabama quarterback
    $400 13
The Wilderness Road marked by Daniel Boone passes through the gap in these mountains
    $400 20
Rembrandt could have invited girls up to see these prints made from acid-marked copper plates
    DD: $300 2
Title of the following, a big hit during the war:
    $400 27
From 1934-1972 the official price of gold in the U.S. was set at this amount per ounce
    DD: $500 7
Self-proclaimed "holy man" Grigori Novykh was known by this nickname, meaning "the debauched one"
    $400 19
3 years after her "Sex & The Single Girl" became a bestseller, "Cosmo" hired here to be new editor
    $600 14
This nat'l park encompassing a Wyoming mountain range is named for the range's tallest peak
    $600 24
Not portraits but these were the subjects Gainsborough wanted to paint the most
    $600 3
He headed the design team for Germany's powerful V-2 rockets
    $600 28
"The Balanced Budget & Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985" is better known by this name
    $600 8
This French city was home to the papacy from 1309 to 1377
    $600 21
This 1962 musical picked up a Pulitzer Prize, & its star, Robert Morse, a Tony
    $800 15
Celebrating 200th anniversary of its ascent, in '86, ex-climber Pope John Paul II blessed this highest Eur. peak
    $800 25
It was the native land of Marc Chagall
    $800 4
He won 1953 Nobel Literature Prize for his account of World War II
    $800 29
1928 presidential candidate who said U.S. economic system was based on "rugged individualism"
    $800 10
Some 2 years ago this church opened a temple in Freiburg, East Germany, its 1st in a Communist nation
    $800 22
In 1963, he married Margaretta "Happy" Murphy
    $1000 16
It's the highest mt. in Denali National Park, Denali being Indian name for this N. American mountain
    $1000 26
The story of his romance with the Duchess of Alba was told in 1959 film "The Naked Maja"
    $1000 5
Westernmost country captured by Japan was this one bordering on India
    $1000 30
"More die in the U.S. of too much food than too little", said this economist & amb. to India under JFK
    $1000 11
When reformer John Calvin made this city his headquarters, it became known as "The Rome of the Protestants"
    $1000 23
Time-Life's "The Fabulous Century" called her the defector of the decade

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Zeke Lee Irene
$5,400 $6,600 $5,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
1st president who was not born in either the original 13 colonies or the original 13 states

Final scores:

Zeke Lee Irene
$10,200 $2,000 $0

Cumulative scores:

Zeke Lee Irene
$20,001 $7,800 $0
Tournament champion: $25,000 1st runner-up: $10,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Zeke Lee Irene
$5,800 $6,700 $5,600
21 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,100

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