Show #1145 - Friday, July 21, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament final game 2.

Contestants

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Bob Drez, a teacher from Hattiesburg, Mississippi (subtotal of $3,500)

Ouida Rellstab, a teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana (subtotal of $6,799)

Jim Friguglietti, a college professor from Billings, Montana (subtotal of $6,400)

Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN HISTORY
'88 MOVIES
PHILOSOPHERS
MUSICAL TEXAS TOWNS
GOLF
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $100 1
Lady Caroline Lamb was both Lord Byron's lover & the wife of William Lamb, this queen's 1st P.M.
    $100 26
In "18 Again", this comic in his 90s switches bodies with his grandson
    $100 8
Though largely unknown when he died, he's been called the most prominent figure in Chinese history
    $100 16
Bing Crosby had a million seller about a rose in this 3rd largest Texas town
    $100 21
A no. 3 wood, or what the dish ran away with
    $100 2
Business without recreation results in John being boring
    $200 4
Astronomer Maria Mitchell became world famous after discovering one of these in 1847
    $200 27
She played the human Wanda in "A Fish Called Wanda"
    $200 9
Caled "an outstanding thinker of the 19th century", this philosopher also wrote "War & Peace"
    $200 17
In 1987 country music's George Strait went straight to this "yellow" texas town "by Morning"
    DD: $300 22
Famous golfer to whom this golf cart belongs:
    $200 3
Fire a pistol into a clock's mechanism
    $300 13
In 1849 Elizabeth Blackwell became the 1st woman to earn this degree
    $300 10
Rousseau said it's "a good bank account, a good cook and a good digestion", Shultz, "a warm puppy"
    $300 18
In 1965 Dean Martin found himself "Going Back to" this city
    $300 23
Originally a nautical term for a channel between rocks, it's now the stretch between the tee & green
    $300 5
Drudgery enlarges encompassing all hours llotted
    $400 14
She married publisher George P. Putnam in 1931
    $400 11
Siegel & Shuster gave us the Superman of the comics, & he gave us the philosophical superman
    $400 19
It's how you would spell Dallas if you were singing a song from "The Most Happy Fella"
    $400 24
Possibly the greatest golfer of all time, he retired at 28 while still an amateur
    $400 6
Agree employment, when obtainable
    $500 15
This legendary Philadelphian was born Elizabeth Griscom in 1752 & wasn't famous until after her death
    $500 12
Aristocles was the real name of this Athenian known for his "Dialogues"
    $500 20
Chronologically speaking, Glen Campbell's hits went from Phoenix to Wichita to this city
    $500 25
Tony Lema earned his nickname when he bought this for the press after a tournament win
    $500 7
Make no inquiry, yours truly merely toils on these premises

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Jim Ouida Bob
$1,600 $1,500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ouida Bob
$2,000 $2,400 -$100

Double Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL PLACES
(Alex: These are places in novels.)
BALLET
EVOLUTION
PBS
WORLD CAPITALS
THE SUPREME COURT
    $200 2
The Admiral Benbow Inn near Black Hill Cove in the English countryside
    $200 7
Though it's rarely done in ballet, Billy the Kid does this in the Spanish ballet named for him
    $200 14
Proof that man walked upright 3.8 million years ago is seen in these in Tanzania, not Grauman's Chinese
    $200 25
The 1st black woman admitted to the U. of Ga., C. Hunter-Gault is a correspondent to this "NewsHour"
    $200 11
The 2 capitals on the island of Ireland are Dublin & this city
    $200 15
It wasn't until 1869 that the number of justices stabilized at this number
    $400 3
Spanning a 2 1/2 month period, this novel begins & ends at London's Reform Club
    $400 8
Historians say it was the "Ballet Comique de la Reine", commissioned by Catherine de Médicis in 1581
    $400 16
The horseshoe crab is called a "living" one of these because it's changed little over 200 million years
    $400 26
This science series, which premiered in March 1974, has featured such topics as "The Miracle of Life"
    $400 10
The world's highest ski run is on this country's Mount Chacaltaya near La Paz
    $400 20
He's the first Italian-American appointed to the Supreme Court
    $600 4
Her life experiences take her from Gateshead Hall to Lowood School to Thornfield Manor
    $600 9
18th century ballet star Gaetan Vestris was known as "Dieu de la danse", which means this
    DD: $2,000 17
The full title of Darwin's book is "On the Origin of Species by Means of" this
    $600 27
Host David McCullough takes PBS viewers on a journey through this museum's "World"
    $600 1
The Organization of African Unity is headquartered in this capital of Ethiopia
    $600 21
This president originally appointed Rehnquist to the Court as an associate justice
    $800 5
British Guiana & the densely forested area south of the Orinoco River in Venezuela
    $800 23
This immortal 19th c. ballet tells the story of Albrecht's beloved, who still dances after her death
    $800 18
The Butler Act prohibiting the teaching of the theory of evolution was on this state's books until 1967
    $800 28
Host of "Wall $treet Week" who posed for Playboy reading the Wall St. Journal in his pool
    $800 12
Though Auckland was founded as New Zealand's capital, it soon lost the job to this city
    $800 22
The newest member of the Court, he replaced Lewis F. Powell Jr.
    $1000 6
Floral Heights on the outskirts of Zenith, a midwestern Metropolis
    $1000 30
At the end of a Rimsky-Korsakov ballet, this title bird pecks the king to death
    $1000 19
Modern man is the only living member of this species
    DD: $600 29
"Masterpiece Theatre"s most popular & longest running presentation
    $1000 13
Alphabetically 1st among Asian capitals, it's the capital of the United Arab Emirates
    $1000 24
In July 1965 Arthur Goldberg resigned from the Court to accept this position

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Ouida Bob
$6,000 $11,200 $700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN POETS
He wrote a biography that won Pulitzer Prize for history in 1940 & won for his poetry in 1951

Final scores:

Jim Ouida Bob
$3,600 $12,200 $1,400

Cumulative scores:

Jim Ouida Bob
$10,000 $18,999 $4,900
1st runner-up: $10,000 Tournament champion: $25,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Ouida Bob
$6,000 $10,100 $700
17 R,
1 W
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
5 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $16,800

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