Show #2525 - Friday, July 21, 1995

1995 Seniors Tournament final game 2.
Last game of Season 11.

Contestants

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Elliot Shteir, an attorney from Somerville, New Jersey (subtotal of $4,400)

Susan Schubert, a retired teacher from Phoenix, Arizona (subtotal of $3,200)

Aaron Klein, a religious school director from Des Plaines, Illinois (subtotal of $6,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

DOGS
MGM MUSICALS
FIRST LADIES
MEDICINE
STATE CAPITALS
5-LETTER WORDS
    $100 11
The coat of this tiny Mexican dog ranges from snow white to jet black
    $100 1
In 1994 MGM released its third film in this series featuring clips of classic musicals
    $100 26
On Oct. 20, 1968 this former first lady married Aristotle Onassis on Skorpios, Greece
    $100 16
The inflammation of its inner lining is called endocarditis
    $100 6
Technically, it covers the entire island of Oahu
    $100 21
"Mythological" name for a book of maps
    $200 12
The Airedale type of this dog was among the first breeds used by the German & British police
    $200 2
Shirley Temple was the first choice to star in this 1939 musical but Judy Garland got the part
    $200 27
While a U.S. senator, Harry Truman put her on his staff
    $200 17
This habit is the main cause of chronic bronchitis
    $200 7
It's not only "the Mile High City", but the "Queen City of the Rockies"
    $200 22
It's a tie score of 40 each in tennis, or a two in a deck of cards
    $300 13
The bearded breed of this dog resembles the Old English Sheepdog
    $300 3
Donald O'Connor also made a splash in this 1952 musical singing "Make 'Em Laugh"
    $300 28
You can visit the birthplace of this 1950s first lady in Boone, Iowa
    $300 18
This disease is also known as cancer of the blood
    $300 8
Built in 1735, the Old Treasury in this capital city is the oldest extant public building in Maryland
    $300 23
Rather than a full-length fur coat, it's a fur wrap worn around the shoulders
    $400 14
Mentioned in a famous speech, Richard Nixon's dog Checkers was this breed of dog
    $400 4
The 3 sailors "On the Town" were Jules Munshin, Gene Kelly & this man
    $400 29
She was a delegate to the U.N. twice, 1945-1952 & 1961-1962
    $400 19
Term for cutting through the neck into the windpipe to open a breathing passage
    $400 9
Revolutionary War veteran Col. Jacob Davis named this Vermont capital after a French City
    $400 24
It means to soak or infuse in a usually hot liquid, as with tea leaves or fruit
    $500 15
This Chinese dog with wrinkled skin has been recognized by the AKC only since 1992
    $500 5
In "Good News" June Allyson & Peter Lawford went "down on the heels, up on the toes" to do this
    DD: $1,000 30
This first lady was the only woman Geology major in Stanford's Class of '98
    $500 20
This type of bacteria found in chicken & eggs was named for the veterinarian who discovered it
    $500 10
It's home to the Milton S. Hershey Medical Center
    $500 25
According to a Biblical proverb, "Before" this "is humility"

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

Aaron Susan Elliot
$2,600 $800 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Susan Elliot
$5,100 $1,300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

1800
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
U.S. OLYMPIC HALL OF FAME
WORLD FACTS
LITERATURE
FILE UNDER "AE"
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with those two letters of the alphabet, in that order, A-E.)
    $200 15
In 1800 Congress moved to Washington, D.C. from this city
    $200 1
This grain is turned into starch, meal, oil, syrup & bourbon, & eaten as a vegetable
    $200 16
The first boxer inducted, he won the gold in 1960 under a different name than he uses now
    $200 5
Kangaroo Island is this country's third-largest island
    $200 22
Mary Stewart's 1979 novel "The Last Enchantment" completed her trilogy about this Arthurian wizard
    $200 3
Industry that makes shuttles & satellites
    $400 17
In 1800 Massachusetts became the first state to require voters to this before voting
    $400 2
Name shared by a large yellow squash & a long yellow fruit
    $400 18
This petite gymnast was inducted in 1985, a year after winning 5 medals in Los Angeles
    $400 8
Chu Yuan-Chang, who took the title Hung Wu, founded this famous Chinese dynasty in 1368
    $400 23
Chapter one of this Boris Pasternak novel is entitled
The Five-O'Clock express
    $400 4
This sea's name may be from a Greek king or an Amazon queen
    $600 27
Gustav IV Adolph was crowned king of this country in 1800
    $600 6
You can reduce the amount of "heat" in one of these by taking out the ribs & seeds
    $600 19
Whole teams inducted include the 1964 U.S. basketball team & this 1980 team
    DD: $1,500 11
The coast of Syria lies on this sea
    $600 24
The Chained Prometheus symbolizes humanity in this lyrical drama by Percy Bysshe Shelley
    $600 9
The term for this philosophy branch concerned with the study of beauty was coined in 1735
    $800 28
The Act of Union in 1800 combined Great Britain with this country
    $800 7
Term for the edible shoots of alfalfa, beans or radishes
    $800 20
World figure skating champ & Olympic gold medal winner in 1968, she was inducted in 1983
    $800 12
Malagasy is an official language of this country once known as the Malagasy Republic
    $800 25
"Into the Stone and other Poems" was the 1st volume of poetry by this "Deliverance" author
    $800 10
Virgil's vagabond
    $1000 29
By 1800 this Italian count had developed his forerunner of the electric battery
    $1000 30
Seedless types of this fruit include the Flame & the Perlette
    DD: $1,500 21
Among the first group inducted in 1983 was this man who won 9 gold medals, a silver & a bronze
    $1000 13
This city in West Bengal is the cultural center of eastern India
    $1000 26
She subtitled her 1870s novel "Middlemarch" "A Study of Provincial Life"
    $1000 14
Popular in the 19th century, this stringed instrument is played by the wind

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Aaron Susan Elliot
$11,800 $3,100 $6,200
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

EDUCATORS
In 1946 she published "Education for a New World"

Final scores:

Aaron Susan Elliot
$14,801 $6,200 $5,001

Cumulative scores:

Aaron Susan Elliot
$21,201 $9,400 $9,401
Tournament champion: $25,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500 1st runner-up: $10,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Aaron Susan Elliot
$10,800 $3,100 $7,700
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R,
3 W
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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