Show #1828 - Wednesday, July 8, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Leonard Schmidt, an optometrist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Burt Schildkraut, a CPA from Brooklyn, New York

Pat Fine, a retired teacher from Buena Park, California

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
GOLF
INDOOR GARDENING
INSECTS
CLOTHING
"P.D."
    $100 24
This Idaho capital is home to the largest Basque population in the West
    $100 11
The small, flat area where play begins on each hole, or the peg used to hold up the ball there
    $100 14
Given enough light this continent's "violet' will bloom year-round
    $100 6
The female of this "religious" species is more deadly than the male; it eats the male after mating
    $100 1
One can be evening, night or dressing
    $100 17
It's the P.D. in L.A.P.D. or N.Y.P.D.
    $200 27
This capital was founded in 1819 by the consolidation of East Alabama, New Philadelphia & Alabama Town
    $200 12
This is defined as the average number of strokes an expert golfer would need to complete a hole
    $200 15
To keep these Japanese tray-planted dwarfs small, the roots as well as the branches are pruned
    $200 7
It's there to protect the pupae of moth caterpillars
    $200 2
It's name is simply Japanese for "thing for wearing"
    $200 18
She won an Emmy & an Oscar for "The Miracle Worker", but for different roles
    $300 28
It's the state capital in which you'd find Grand Canyon College
    $300 13
The long grass that borders the fairway is given this "abrasive" term
    $300 16
The vera species of this succulent plant is also called medicine plant for its soothing sap
    $300 8
Bees convert this to honey in their digestive tracts
    $300 3
Term for the 1960s clothing fad that had identical outfits for men & women
    $300 19
She played Mindy to Robin Williams's Mork...Nanu, nanu
    DD: $1,500 29
At the turn of the century Ransom E. Olds was making automobiles in this city
    $400 22
He won the PGA Championship in 1963, 4 years after winning the U.S. Amateur Championship
    $400 25
Adiantum is the botanical name for the "maidenhair" type of this plant
    $400 9
Most species of these are solitary, but the paper ones & yellow jackets are social
    $400 4
Bela Lugosi was buried with this part of his Dracula costume
    $400 20
A daily allowance given to a business traveler
    $500 30
This capital is located at the head of navigation on the Delaware River
    $500 23
This word for a golf course is Scottish for the sandy ground on which many early courses were built
    $500 26
This plant may take up to 50 years to bloom, not 100 as its name implies
    $500 10
The 17-year locust is actually one of these insects, not a true locust
    $500 5
In the late 1800s women wore ankle boots with side buttons & men these with side buttons over their shoes
    $500 21
He made his Met debut 4 days earlier than planned in 1968, replacing the lead in "Adriana Lecouvreur"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Pat Burt Leonard
$1,200 $800 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Burt Leonard
$2,200 $2,100 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
COINS
FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
DAYS & DATES
SOUTH AMERICA
HISTORY
    $200 16
Congress appropriated $2500 for this pair's exploration of the Pacific Northwest
    $200 30
Soon after his death, Rome issued a coin showing Brutus, 2 daggers & an abbreviation for "Ides of March"
    $200 11
Pearl is the illegitimate daughter of Arthur Dimmesdale & Hester Prynne in this novel
    $200 21
The church chose this date to be Jesus' birthday; some believe it was really May 20
    $200 6
Some of these native to South America are the howler, spider & woolly
    $200 1
In 1527 Philip of Hesse founded the first Protestant university, in this country
    $400 17
This Spaniard gave Florida its name
    $400 29
In 1971 the U.S. government replaced this metal in the half dollar with copper & nickel
    $400 12
In an Oscar Wilde novel, he's painter Basil Hallward's title subject
    $400 22
Sailors consider it an unlucky date to leave port, especially if it's a Friday
    $400 7
The short grass of Patagonia is primarily used for grazing these farm animals
    $400 2
In 1989 this country rejoined the Arab League after a 10-year suspension for signing a peace treaty with Israel
    $600 18
A city in Washington State & a city & island in British Columbia are named for him
    $600 28
It takes 100 of these Russian coins to make a ruble
    $600 13
He's the narrator of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Treasure Island"
    $600 23
Individuals who file with the IRS for a 4-month extension from this date have until August 17, 1992
    $600 8
Following the 1989 murder of candidate Luis Carlos Galan, this country went to war against drug dealers
    $600 3
On approval of the church, the Spanish Inquisition was founded by this pair in 1478
    DD: $1,000 19
In 1511 he was named interim governor & captain general of Darien in the Isthmus of Panama
    $800 27
The Hebrew silver talent equaled 3,000 of these coins
    $800 14
In an 1857 Flaubert work, Emma Rouault is better known as this title character
    $800 24
Sources say an old Scottish law allowed women to propose to men in years with this date in them
    $800 9
In 1975 this former Dutch colony became the most recent South American country to join the U.N.
    $800 4
This ruling house to which Louis XIII belonged was named for a region in France
    $1000 20
While searching for gold in the American SW, his expedition discovered the Grand Canyon in 1540
    $1000 26
The Caribbean island of Curacao uses this basic unit of currency
    DD: $3,000 15
Charles Strickland, the main character in this Maugham novel, was modeled on Paul Gauguin
    $1000 25
In the 700s the Catholic Festival of All Saints was moved from May 13 to this
    $1000 10
Henry Kissinger once called this country a blade "pointed at the tip of Antarctica"
    $1000 5
This nobleman for whom a tea is named served as British prime minister from 1830-1834

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Burt Leonard
$9,200 $3,100 $10,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIONS OF THE WORLD
In one of its official languages, this country is called Repiblik Dayti

Final scores:

Pat Burt Leonard
$15,200 $0 $10,800
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Pat Burt Leonard
$7,200 $3,100 $10,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
9 R,
2 W
29 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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