Show #2287 - Tuesday, July 12, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Frances Taliaferro, a guidance counselor and teacher from New York City, New York

George O'Neal, a retired management analyst from Phoenix, Arizona

Darrell Noe, a postal carrier from Fort Worth, Texas

Jeopardy! Round

POETS
SPORTS NICKNAMES
MUSEUMS
LANGUAGES
WOMEN'S GROUPS
CLICHES
    $100 7
It was convenient that Edmund Spenser died in London, because he was buried in Poets' Corner here
    $100 1
"The Great Mick"
    $100 6
This "Bluegrass State" has an International Museum of the Horse in Lexington
    $100 23
About half of all English words are derived from this classical language
    $100 26
It's the group of wives, mistresses & female servants of a Turkish sultan, or their residence
    $100 16
Dealing with the task at hand is "getting down to brass" ones of these
    $200 8
Collier's' Ency. claims this author of "The Bells" was "a great swimmer" & "did not write while drunk"
    $200 2
"The Shoe"
    $200 14
The Museum of Dolls in this Riviera principality has a collection of early mechanical dolls
    $200 24
The standard literary form of this language is the dialect of Florence
    $200 27
MADD stands for "Mothers Against" this
    $200 17
A person with a failing or weakness is said to have "feet of" this material
    $300 10
He wrote the poem "Chicago Poet" for "Cornhuskers", his 1918 collection
    $300 3
"The Rock of Notre Dame"
    $300 15
This European city's Musee d'Orsay is a converted railway station built in 1900
    $300 25
This country's official language evolved from Pasar Malay, a dialect spoken on its island of Sumatra
    $300 28
The first of these was founded in 1851 at Wesleyan Female College
    $300 18
Referring to ancient athletic prizes, to be content with one's success is "to rest on" these
    $400 12
"Heroic Stanzas" was John Dryden's memorial to this Lord Protector of England
    $400 4
"The Brown Bomber"
    $400 21
Founded in 1773, this South Carolina port's museum is the nation's oldest
    $400 9
Although there is a Ryukyu language, most Ryukyuans speak this language
    $400 29
Members of this group founded in 1890 are direct descendants of people who helped free the colonies
    $400 19
It's plain to see that "nuda veritas" is Latin for this cliche
    $500 13
This lord's mistress Teresa Guiccioli published a book about him in 1868, 44 years after his death
    $500 5
"Papa Bear"
    $500 22
Capital in which you'd find the Newfoundland & Labrador Museum of Transportation
    $500 11
It's the official language of Suriname
    $500 30
The name of this organization for Jewish women is from the Hebrew name of Queen Esther
    DD: $1,000 20
This expression meaning away from turmoil became popular after Thomas Hardy used it as a book title

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

Darrell George Frances
$900 $1,200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Darrell George Frances
$2,000 $2,500 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARTISTS
ECONOMICS
FILMS OF THE '50s
19th CENTURY AMERICA
THE ARCTIC
COOKING
    $200 12
Christopher Durham makes hand-painted music boxes from the eggs of these largest living birds
    $200 20
The discount rate is the rate of this the Fed charges commercial banks
    $200 11
Charlton Heston's son Fraser played the infant Moses in this 1956 epic
    $200 29
In 1822 a 280-mile section of this canal opened between Rochester & Albany, New York
    $200 7
This term can refer to the vegetation lying beyond the timberline or the area itself
    $200 1
This hodgepodge of potatoes & corned beef is cooked in a skillet until crusty
    $400 17
His baseball painting "The Dugout" adorned the Sept. 4, 1948 cover of the Saturday Evening Post
    $400 21
In a closed shop membership in one of these is a condition of employment
    $400 10
This Jimmy Stewart movie was based on Charles Lindbergh's autobiography of the same title
    $400 25
This hero of the Battle of New Orleans served as provisional governor of Florida in 1821
    $400 27
Some once thought that this Arctic rodent migrated to find its ancient home, Atlantis
    $400 2
Don't try to make this foam of beaten egg whites & sugar on a humid day
    $600 18
He painted that famous portrait of his mother in London in 1872
    $600 13
These are taxes imposed on imports or exports
    $600 9
Gina Lollobrigida played the gypsy girl Esmeralda in a 1957 color version of this film
    $600 22
This man who died in Philadelphia July 6, 1835 had been Chief Justice since 1801
    $600 28
This Arctic whale's larger tooth grows forward up to 9' from the left side of its head
    $600 4
This term means to decorate food with an edible condiment, like parsley
    $800 16
Encyclopaedia Britannica calls this diminutive Frenchman "The Documenter of Montmartre"
    $800 14
Measuring the change in the cost of goods & services purchased by a household, CPI stands for this
    $800 8
Daniel Mann directed her to an Oscar in 1952's "Come Back, Little Sheba"
    DD: $2,000 23
He didn't take the oath of office as president until 2 days after William Henry Harrison's death
    DD: $600 26
Cape Columbia on Ellesmere Island is this country's northernmost point
    $800 5
Layer slices of potato with a creamy sauce in a casserole, top with bread crumbs & bake to make this
    $1000 19
Famous family whose paintings are featured in the Brandywine River Museum in Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania
    $1000 15
While GNP is gross national product, GDP is this
    $1000 3
Jack Klugman was Juror 5 & E.G. Marshall Juror 4 in this 1957 release
    $1000 24
He was in jail after destroying the printing press of dissident Mormons when killed by a mob in 1844
    $1000 30
There's a naval Arctic research laboratory near this northernmost "Point"
    $1000 6
Term for these dumplings from northern China reflects the trouble you may have getting them out of the pan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Darrell George Frances
$11,800 $5,300 $8,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

NEWSMAKERS
She played the Favorite Aunt in the Washington Ballet's Dec. 26, 1993 performance of "The Nutcracker"

Final scores:

Darrell George Frances
$11,000 $0 $400
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Darrell George Frances
$12,000 $5,300 $6,700
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
16 R,
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $24,000

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