Show #2065 - Friday, July 23, 1993

1993 Seniors Tournament final game 2.
Last game of Season 9.
Alex correctly indicated that this was the 2000th episode.

Contestants

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Will Herrera, a retired airline pilot originally from Pueblo, Colorado (subtotal of $3,000)

Hugh Murphy, a bank officer from Hockessin, Delaware (subtotal of $4,800)

Marilyn Kneeland, a retired teacher from San Diego, California (subtotal of $4,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

THE OLD TESTAMENT
1960s TELEVISION
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
"SPRINGS" ON THE MAP
POTPOURRI
    $100 6
When these 2 cities were destroyed for their wickedness, only Lot & his family were spared
    $100 8
Its theme song begins, "Come 'n listen to my story 'bout a man name Jed"
    $100 16
The leaves of this relative of the scallion & shallot are commonly sprinkled on baked potatoes
    $100 11
The grand one of these instruments has over 220 strings, each tuned to one of 88 pitches
    $100 1
From 1988 - 1992 this Calif. town didn't work its mayor pro bono, it worked its mayor Sonny Bono
    $100 9
"Henge", a term for a circular monument comes from the name of this monument on Salisbury Plain
    $200 7
Abbreviated Obad. & named for a minor prophet, it's the Old Testament's shortest book
    $200 14
For 4 seasons Dr. Kimble was pursued by Lt. Philip Gerard in this popular series
    $200 29
Only this vegetable's heart & the soft flesh at the base of its leaves are eaten
    $200 19
The sackbut was an early form of this "slide" instrument
    $200 2
It's the chief town of the interior of Northern Territory, Australia
    $200 23
These fluffy, affectionate little dogs who love to be pampered are called "Poms" for short
    $300 10
Isaiah 13:6 warns, "Howl ye; for the day of the Lord is" this
    $300 15
In 1965 this 26-year-old Canadian became the youngest to anchor a U.S. network newscast
    $300 27
White seedless types of this fruit are used to make fillets of sole Veronique
    $300 20
About 12 inches long, it's the smallest type of flute
    $300 3
A residence in this western Georgia resort was known for a time as "The Little White House"
    $300 24
In a famous story, Philip Nolan was "The Man Without" one of these
    DD: $1,000 12
On orders from King Jehu, this wicked queen & wife of Ahab was thrown from a window to her death
    $400 17
4 commandos battled Rommel's Afrika Korps each week in this WWII drama starring Christopher George
    $400 28
The Greek kalamata & French nicoise are popular imported types of these
    $400 21
The African amadinda is a type of this percussion instrument made with logs & bars
    $400 4
Once known for its casinos & springs, this city in eastern New York is now home to Skidmore College
    $400 25
The Joe chair named for this Yankee is shaped like a huge baseball glove
    $500 13
The book named for this man describes him as "perfect and upright, and one that feared God"
    $500 18
In the Joe the Bartender sketches on Jackie Gleason's show, he played Crazy Guggenheim
    $500 30
The yellow Cavendish is the most popular variety of this tropical fruit in the U.S.
    $500 22
Spanish writer Vicente Espinel is often credited with adding a 5th string to this; the 6th came later
    $500 5
It's surrounded by the U.S. Air Force Academy, Fort Carson & Peterson Field Air Force Base
    $500 26
She wrote the 1965 work "Normality and Pathology in Childhood"

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

Marilyn Hugh Will
$3,100 $400 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$4,500 $500 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE SOVIET UNION
GEOLOGY
FASHION
BLACK AMERICA
LAW
AGELESS QUOTES
    $200 5
On February 7, 1990 this party formally relinquished sole power
    $200 8
These larges masses of flowing ice occur where winter snowfall exceeds summer melt
    $200 23
Popular for decades, sling-backs are these
    $200 11
On January 20,1992 Winnie Mandela helped lead a march in Atlanta honoring this slain leader
    $200 13
Damages can be compensatory, to compensate, or this kind to punish
    $200 1
Whale tale author who wrote, "Youth is immortal; 'tis the elderly only grow old!"
    $400 7
Dr. Svyatoslav Fyodorov invented radial keratotomy, a procedure used on this organ
    $400 10
Ash & pumice are examples of tephra, the fragmental material ejected from one of these
    $400 24
The discovery of this in 1922 led to a fashion trend of Egyptian motifs
    $400 12
Charles Evers, brother of this civil rights leader, was mayor of Fayette, Miss. from 1969-1981
    $400 14
A contract characterized by exchange of mutual promises, it's also a synonym for betrothal
    $400 2
In "The Brook" this "Light Brigade" author wrote, "For men may come & men may go, but I go on forever"
    $600 9
Soviet Olympic stars have included Olga Korbut, a gymnast, & Sergei Bubka, one of these
    $600 25
The mineral andalusite was named for a region of this country where it was discovered
    $600 28
This fabric used mainly for coats & pants can be identified by its cut-pile ribs or wales
    $600 20
In 1899 then N.Y. Governor Teddy Roosevelt dedicated a monument in Rochester to this famed orator
    $600 15
Legal term meaning to trade goods or services without using money
    $600 3
Oscar Wilde wrote, "One should never trust a woman who tells one" this; she "would tell one anything"
    DD: $2,000 18
In the 1920s Felix Dzerzhinsky began the system of forced labor camps now known by this Russian name
    $800 26
This period of the Mesozoic Era is name for the Jura Mountains of Europe
    $800 29
Among the hairstyles created by this man are "the shape" & the geometric "five-point cut"
    $800 21
It was the nickname of folk singer & composer Huddie Ledbetter
    DD: $2,100 16
Term for the process by which a person acquires a new citizenship
    $800 4
Ben Franklin said, "Dost thou love life? Then do not squander" this, "for that's the stuff life is made of"
    $1000 19
In 1985 Mikhail Gorbachev replaced this man as party leader
    $1000 27
From French for "hillock", this is a flat-topped hill smaller than a mesa
    $1000 30
Flappers of the 1920 popularly wore this tight-fitting, bell-shaped hat with a French name
    $1000 22
If "Truth" be told, the birth name of this reformer & abolitionist was Isabella Baumfree
    $1000 17
Legally speaking this can mean "to endure pain" or "to permit"
    $1000 6
Roman orator who said, "No one is so old that he does not think he could live another year"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$8,300 $4,000 $5,700

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
Following his appointment as engineer in 1482, he planned & constructed canals in Milan, Italy

Final scores:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$13,650 $0 $700

Cumulative scores:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$17,650 $4,800 $3,700
Tournament champion: $25,000 1st runner-up: $10,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Marilyn Hugh Will
$6,500 $2,700 $5,700
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
16 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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