Show #638 - Wednesday, May 20, 1987

1987 Senior Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Zeke Sevilla, Jr., a criminal lawyer from Vienna, Virginia

Phil Stehle, a production control supervisor from Seneca, South Carolina

Dorothy McClellan, an airline employee from Minneapolis, Minnesota

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Jeopardy! Round

BANKING
WINES
PRISONS
PATRON SAINTS
NURSERY RHYMES
MUSICAL INTROS
    $100 12
Savings & loans were established originally to help people buy these
    $100 1
Like some sturdy people, a wine is "sturdy" if it can withstand this ongoing process
    $100 2
Creditors could send people who owed them money to these prisons which were abolished in late 1800s
    $100 7
If St. George wants to continue being patron saint of these, he'd better "be prepared"
    $100 21
Among his many adventures, Simple Simon went to catch a bird by putting this on its tail
    $200 13
When you put money in a time deposit account, some banks will issue you a "CD", which is this
    $200 17
This monk is credited with inventing champagne
    $200 3
If sentenced to less than a year behind bars, you'll probably do time in this kind of county or city prison
    $200 8
Tho St. Florian was patron saint of these public servants, he didn't keep a dalmatian around his "house"
    $200 22
"Bye, baby bunting, daddy's gone a-hunting, gone to get" this "to wrap the baby bunting in"
    $300 14
To stem a panic in 1933, FDR declared this, to begin March 6
    $300 18
Bottles of older red wine should be placed in this position several hours before serving
    $300 4
It's said insanity ran high under the Auburn system of 1800s, since inmates were forbidden this communication
    $300 9
Though St. Joseph's name is on a famous brand of aspirin, St. Teresa is patron saint of these
    $300 23
Last line of "There was an old woman lived under the hill, & if she's not gone..."
    $400 15
Italian bankers used to conduct business on these "bancos", from which the word "bank" comes
    $400 19
The Encyclopedia Americana says that tobacco smoke can enhance the taste of this dry appetizer wine
    $400 5
From Greek for "the study of penalty", it's a scientist who studies prisons
    $400 10
Seems St. Raymond Nonnatus, patron of these unlucky souls, was on vacation during Dreyfus trial
    $400 24
In "Ding, Dong, Bell", Little Johnny Green put pussy in the well, but this boy pulled her out
    $500 16
In 1891, Marcellus Berry, general agent of the American Express Company, created these
    $500 20
Of 51, 75 or 100, % of named grape an American wine must now contain to be labeled "varietal"
    DD: $1,000 6
The 2 California prisons mentioned in titles of LPs for which Johnny Cash received gold records
    $500 11
St. Erasmus is patron saint of sailors, & this glow, said to symbolize his presence, bears his nickname
    $500 25
Where "the Muffin Man" lives

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Dorothy Phil Zeke
-$300 $100 -$700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dorothy Phil Zeke
$500 $800 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART
BODIES OF WATER
COMMUNISM
10-LETTER WORDS
ASTRONOMY
"SMITH'
    $200 1
In Michelangelo's "The Creation of Adam", Adam is stretching forth this hand to God
    $200 6
Ocean in which you'd be swimming if you swam from Mauritius to Madagascar the short way
    $200 11
Using the ideas of Karl Marx, he established the Russian Communist Party
    $200 16
Lighting fixture from which they say you swing when drunk or rowdy
    $200 26
Under ideal conditions the green flash occurs in atmosphere seconds before this evening event
    $200 21
According to this N.Y. "Daily News" reporter, "Gossip is news in a red satin dress"
    $400 2
This Spaniard was world's most prolific major artist, with over 150,000 paintings, sketches & sculptures
    $400 7
Of the Gulfs of Alaska, California, or Mexico, the 1 that doesn't touch the U.S.
    $400 12
The main issue of the Sino-Soviet split was Khrushchev's plan to improve relations with this country
    $400 17
Your brother's daughter's daughter
    $400 27
As the moon changes from new to full, it is said to be doing this household chore
    $400 22
In 1964 she became 1st woman to campaign for a major party presidential nomination
    $600 3
Early 16th c. Italian artist whose Madonnas set the standard for future generations
    $600 8
For Harvard's 350th birthday, a 600; gas-filled plastic rainbow was arched across this river
    $600 13
Until Suharto had many killed, this island country had largest Comm. Party in a non-comm. country
    $600 18
To risk peril or invite loss, or what you do to your winnings every time you buzz in during this show
    DD: $2,800 28
1 theory says it was the conjunction of Jupiter & Saturn in Pisces about 7 B.C.
    $600 23
"Empress of the Blues" who reigned supreme from 1923-28
    $800 4
"Reading Le Figaro", by this late American brought highest price for a work by a female artist
    $800 9
Body of water mentioned in penultimate phrase of the song, "California Here I Come"
    $800 14
Famed Mexican muralist David Siqueiros was jailed for trying to assassinate this exiled communist
    $800 19
Sounding like a guy on the go, he's a tradesman working for another person
    $800 24
In 1843, he instituted polygamy among his followers, &, 1 year later, was killed in jail by dissenters
    $1000 5
"Marriage a la Mode" & "The Rake's Progress" are 2 of this English satirist's best known works
    $1000 10
From the Greek, the word "archipelago" was originally applied only to the many islands in this sea
    DD: $1,000 15
These 3 Southeast Asian countries all came under full Communist control within 1 year, 1975
    $1000 20
From Latin for "forward slope", it's having a natural inclination or propensity for something
    $1000 25
Turned down as a ball boy in '63 because he was awkward, he helped win Davis Cup for U.S. in '71

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dorothy Phil Zeke
$5,500 $5,600 $5,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE OSCARS
Tied with Olivier for most "Best Actor" nominations at 9, he won 2 years in a row as a sailor & a priest

Final scores:

Dorothy Phil Zeke
$11,000 $5,600 $11,201
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dorothy Phil Zeke
$5,500 $3,400 $6,800
13 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,700

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