Show #868 - Wednesday, May 18, 1988

1988 Senior Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Tom Wickham, an airline pilot from Torrington, Connecticut

Ross Cameron, a student from Vallejo, California

Louise Reyburn Dice, a farmer & writer from Taos, New Mexico

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
PEOPLE
BODY LANGUAGE
(Alex: All the correct responses will contain at least one part of the body.)
NOAH
TOOLS
OSCAR-WINNING SONGS
    $100 3
This state with a large Jewish community is the leading grower of temple oranges
    $100 20
This 86-year-old British "First Lady of Romance" published 26 more books in 1986
    $100 1
Someone who quibbles over trifles is said to be splitting these
    $100 9
Though it rained this many days, it took 150 days for the waters to subside
    $100 26
It's what a pipe smoker uses a tamper for
    $100 21
Bob Hope's theme song, he 1st sang it in "The Big Broadcast of 1938"
    $200 5
The son of Daniel Boone laid out this capital of Missouri, but it was named for a president
    $200 19
This chairman of Occidental Petroleum has met with every Soviet leader since Lenin except Andropov
    $200 2
You shouldn't stick yours out; chickens do it on the chopping block, & look where it gets them
    $200 10
It was God's symbol to Noah that he'd never flood the earth again
    $200 25
The tuning variety can raise a pitch; the pitch variety can raise hay
    $300 17
In 1742, merchant Peter Faneuil completed building his hall in this city
    $300 14
When the B'way theater named for this actress, now 87, was razed, another was renamed for her
    $300 4
If someone mentions yours following "lunk", "dunder", or "chowder", you should be insulted
    $300 11
According to Genesis 5, Noah is 10th in descent from this man
    $300 24
Also called picture puzzles, they're better known by this name, from the tool that used to make them
    $400 18
98.3% of this U.S. state is owned by the federal government
    $400 15
Fathering a son at age 75, this Spanish guitarist reportedly said, "I had a grandson directly"
    $400 6
Following the rules, you do this to "the mark" or "the line"
    $400 12
Created in Genesis 1:20-22, they weren't on the list of things to be destroyed, nor were they on the ark
    $400 23
By definition a palette knife is not used for cutting but for mixing these
    $500 8
Funk & Wagnalls says the farthest east you'll find U.S desert land is in this state east of the Rockies
    $500 16
No lonely widow, this busy chairman of the board of the Washington Post says, "I wish I were lonelier"
    $500 7
Meaning "blows from a clenched hand", it's another name for boxing
    $500 13
With the ark business over, Noah settled down & began to grow these
    $500 22
You use a Phillips screwdriver for Phillips screws & this for Allen screws

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

Louise Ross Tom
$1,500 -$100 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Louise Ross Tom
$1,700 $800 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
PAINTERS
BLACK AMERICA
'40s TELEVISION
"F" IN SCIENCE
OH, SHAW!
    $200 11
When Congress complained the Easter egg roll was ruining the Capitol grass, Lucy Hayes had it moved here
    $200 25
This Dutchman was also called Jan van der Meer van Delft to distinguish him from others of the same name
    $200 19
A black literary renaissance of the '20s is named for this neighborhood in which it was centered
    $200 8
This sponsor's "Star Theater" started Tuesday September 21, 1948
    $200 10
Paleontologists really dig these
    $200 29
Shaw was born in this capital city in 1856
    $400 26
She saved Gilbert Stuart's portrait of Geo. Washington just before the British burned the capital
    $400 24
Antonio Bin is smiling; the 300 copies he's done of this famous work sell at up to $1500 each
    $400 20
The 24th Amendment abolished these, making it possible for many more blacks to vote
    $400 7
The regular band on his variety show was the Pennsylvanians
    $400 1
Just the stuff to give your refrigerator a charge
    $400 15
The executioner says of this character, "Her heart would not burn, my lord"
    $600 16
By court order, photographer Ron Galella must keep at least 25 feet away from her
    $600 21
In Cocteau's 1959 movie "Le Testament d'Orphee" this bald, easily recognized artist played himself
    $600 4
According to the title, this was Martin Kane's profession
    $600 9
The point of support of a lever
    $600 14
Called Shaw's "surrogate son", this flamboyant hero legally changed his name to "T.E. Shaw"
    DD: $2,000 17
Clare Booth Luce said this first lady "comforted the distressed" & "distressed the comfortable"
    $800 22
His experiments with thick paints gave this 18th c. British portraitist the nickname "Sir Sploshua"
    $800 28
Playing the accursed Judas on B'way in "Jesus Christ Superstar" proved a blessing to this star's career
    $800 5
"The Bigelow Show" paired Winchell & Dunninger, a ventrioloquist & one of these
    DD: $1,000 3
Chemical reaction of organic substances brought about by yeasts or bacteria
    $800 12
Sometimes this play opens with an incredibly long prologue spoken at the Temple of Ra in Memphis
    $1000 18
Before Congress agreed to do it, this steel magnate offered to pay pensions to widowed first ladies
    $1000 23
Some 40 portraits of Philip IV of Spain are credited to this artist
    $1000 27
Upon replacing Frank Carlucci, Lt. Gen. Colin Powell became the 1st black to hold this position
    $1000 6
Talk show host who formerly was a regular on "Kay Kyser's Kollege of Musical Knowlege"
    $1000 2
In 1831 this great English physicist discovered the principle of electromagnetic induction
    $1000 13
Shaw was reportedly furious & insulted at winning an Oscar for this film

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Louise Ross Tom
$9,300 $6,200 $3,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

RIVERS
2 of the 3 European rivers that begin with "T" on which a national capital is located

Final scores:

Louise Ross Tom
$12,401 $0 $7,300
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Louise Ross Tom
$8,100 $6,000 $3,700
23 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,800

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