Show #2060 - Friday, July 16, 1993

1993 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Marty Wiley, a registered nurse from Chula Vista, California

Don Hensley, a househusband from Arlington, Texas

Julia Buonocore, a freelance writer from New York City, New York

Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
CELEBRITY RELATIVES
NATIONAL FORESTS
ECCENTRICITIES
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
"H" ON THE MAP
    $100 7
This part of an elephant's anatomy contains thousands of muscles but no bones
    $100 12
His brother George was sometimes billed as Demosthenes when he appeared with him on "Kojak"
    $100 13
You can walk some of the same trails this frontiersman did in the Kentucky forest named for him
    $100 16
It's said that the Duke of Wellington carried 6 of these so he was never late for an appointment
    $100 6
The Chicago Times merged with this newspaper in 1948
    $100 1
The Unsinkable Molly Brown lived in this Missouri city, where she met a famous resident, Mark Twain
    $200 8
This "regal" hooded snake is also called a hamadryad
    $200 27
Cher's firstborn
    $200 14
You pass through the Black Hills National Forest to reach this national memorial
    $200 19
You may not give a "hoot", but Florence Nightingale had one of these as a pet & carried it in her pocket
    $200 23
Look magazine folded in 1971, the year before this competitor, from Time, Inc
    $200 2
June 22 was formerly "President for Life Day" in this Caribbean country
    $300 9
The 3 species of this mammal, Grevy's, mountain & Burchell's, all have different stripe patterns
    $300 28
"60 Minutes" star whose son Chris is also a TV newsman
    $300 15
This symbol of fire prevention was found in New Mexico's Lincoln National Forest
    $300 20
C. Vanderbilt reportedly kept dishes of this common seasoning under his bed to scare away evil spirits
    $300 24
This city's Bee won a 1992 Pulitzer for reporting environmental damage in the Sierra Nevada
    $300 3
This Central American country's railroads were built mainly to carry bananas
    $400 10
Fruit bats like the Samoan are also known as "flying" ones of these
    $400 29
This famous director was once Carl Reiner's daughter-in-law
    $400 17
Hemlock Cliffs & Hemlock Falls are popular attractions in this state's Hoosier National Forest
    $400 21
This great 19th century French actress was so dramatic that she sometimes slept in a coffin
    $400 25
When Tina Brown went to The New Yorker, Graydon Carter replaced her at this magazine
    $400 4
The Hagenbeck Zoo is a major attraction in this German port city
    DD: $400 11
Fossils indicate that this stinging arthropod may have been the first and animal
    $500 30
'40s movie star whose cousin Lupino Lane introduced The Lambeth Walk in "Me and My Girl" in the '30s
    $500 18
A South Carolina national forest is named for this "Swamp Fox" who fought the British in the area
    $500 22
This Texas-born billionaire may have become a recluse in the 1950s because of his obsessive fear of germs
    $500 26
This organization publishes Modern Maturity, a magazine with a circulation of over 22 million
    $500 5
It's the cultural center of Bermuda as well as its capital

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

Julia Don Marty
$900 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Don Marty
$1,700 $2,400 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS AMERICANS
GRANDCHILD CARE
MYTHOLOGICAL OPERAS
SPORTS
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE
MYSTERIES
    $200 9
Last name of "Light-Horse Harry", who led the troops that put down the Whiskey Rebellion in 1794
    $200 2
Most infants do this about 16 hours out of 24
    $200 1
In Arthur Bliss' 1949 opera, the gods of this Greek mountain have been reduced to strolling players
    $200 3
A right-hander's 3-7-10 split in this game is also called a Christmas tree
    $200 18
Soba noodles which are made from buckwheat flour, originated in this country
    $200 4
Captain Hastings relates to the exploits of Hercule Poirot in her "The Mysterious Affair at Styles"
    $400 10
This lexicographer was descended from William Bradford, a governor of Plymouth Colony
    $400 14
To avoid this problem, apply a water-repellent emollient after each change
    $400 23
Charles II's mistress May Davies starred in John Blow's opera about this goddess "and Adonis"
    $400 27
After winning 3 gold medals & a silver at Seoul, this glamorous track star retired
    $400 19
Ethiopians like to cook with nitter kibeh, a spiced, clarified type of this dairy product
    $400 5
Arthur Conan Doyle didn't introduce this archvillain until 1893's "The Final Problem"
    $600 11
He was a traveling soap salesman before founding America's top-selling chewing gum co.
    $600 15
Until liver function increases, many newborns suffer from this condition where skin is yellowish
    $600 24
The title of Offenbach's opera "La Belle Helene" refers to her
    $600 28
In 1972 Bobby Clarke of the Philadelphia Flyers became the youngest team captain in this league's history
    $600 20
Some Brits call these edible sea snails "winkles" for short
    $600 6
In Patricia Highsmith's first novel Guy Haines & Charles Bruno are "Strangers on" one of these
    $800 12
In 1872 she was arrested for voting in an election & was subsequently tried & fined
    $800 16
From Middle French for "box", it's the term for clothing and other equipment for a newborn
    $800 25
Ramen was renowned for his 1737 opera about Castor & this brother
    $800 29
In 1992 he became the first player to be MVP of the NBA Finals 2 years in a row
    $800 21
Traditionally, Scotch broth contains barley, vegetables & this meat
    $800 7
Dannay & Lee wrote their first book about this detective to try to win a magazine contest
    DD: $1,000 13
In 1891 he gave up baseball to become a YMCA worker & 5 years later began conducting religious revivals
    $1000 17
Usually first given at 2 months, triple vaccine is also known by these 3 letters
    DD: $1,000 26
The 3 Norns foresee that the Norse gods are doomed in this opera that ends the Ring Cyle
    $1000 30
In '92 this former Mets pitcher was elected to the Hall of Fame by the highest percentage of votes ever
    $1000 22
Hawaiians call one type of this popular fish ahi
    $1000 8
She once told an interviewer, "I wrote the Peter Wimsey books when I was young and had no money"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Don Marty
$6,100 $3,600 $9,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION HISTORY
The Texaco Star Theater debuted on June 8, 1948, this day of the week

Final scores:

Julia Don Marty
$6,100 $100 $8,000
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Don Marty
$6,500 $3,600 $10,100
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
6 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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