Show #1597 - Tuesday, July 9, 1991

1991 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 2. Three-way tie at zero.

Contestants

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Pat van Melle, a librarian from Homewood, Illinois

Dow Huskey, an investor from San Jose, California

Florence Cannizzo, a retired school principal from Clifton, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

THE WWII HOME FRONT
THE NEW TESTAMENT
TV SITCOMS
ART
THE EARTH
SPELLING
    $100 5
Time reported he auctioned his $75 violin, "Old Love in Bloom", for $1 million for the war effort
    $100 16
The angel Gabriel told her, "Blessed art thou among women"
    $100 1
A school of 19th century U.S. landscape painters is named after this N.Y. river valley
    $100 11
By 1985 over 500 tourists a yr. were visiting this continent; by 1989 at least 4 firms were running tours
    $100 21
A jointed puppet manipulated by strings or wires
    $200 7
Major sporting events cancelled in 1940 included Wimbledon & this, slated for Helsinki
    $200 17
This disciple was treasurer for Jesus' followers & stole money from the common purse
    $200 2
Albrecht Durer is known for his 1504 engraving of this pair with strategically placed leaves
    $200 12
Though this city's smog was at a low in 1990 it still caused hazy skies at the Grand Canyon, 510 miles away
    $200 22
A lizard characterized by its ability to change color, or a changeable, inconstant person
    $300 8
When her plane crashed on a defense bond tour, husband Clark Gable joined the search for the wreckage
    $300 18
"Man shall not live by" this "alone, but by every word that proceedeth out of the mouth of God"
    $300 3
He studied the Jews of Amsterdam & included them in his works, like the etching of "Christ Preaching"
    $300 13
Over 30 times the oil dumped by the Exxon Valdez was released into this gulf in January 1991
    $300 23
Your collar bone's other name
    $400 9
If' he'd been elected in 1944, this GOP nominee would have been the youngest president
    $400 19
When asked about Jesus he said, "I know not the man" and immediately the cock crew
    $400 4
This Frenchman's "Olympia" was so vehemently attacked he had to leave France for a while
    $400 14
1 of the "50 Simple Things You Can Do to Save the Earth" is not to do this while brushing your teeth
    $400 24
This verb meaning to take someone aboard a ship by force is named for a city in China
    $500 10
In 1940 the fall of Paris inspired this Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein II song
    $500 20
The man in whose tomb Jesus was buried lived in this city
    $500 6
Jacques-Louis David visited this man the day before he was murdered in his tub
    DD: $1,400 15
N. America's biggest volcanic eruptions of the past million yrs. were in Wyoming & turned the rock this color
    $500 25
The plant whose name is pronounced "impatience" is spelled this way

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

Florence Dow Pat
$1,000 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Florence Dow Pat
$1,500 -$300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE WORLD PRESS
TEXTILES
CHICAGO
THE MIDDLE AGES
DRAMA
SENIOR ACHIEVERS
    $200 16
In Israel no newspapers are published on this day of the week
    $200 7
This man-made fiber was once called norun because it was thought to be ideal for use in stockings
    $200 2
The water tower, completed in 1869, was 1 of the few structures to survive this 1871 event
    $200 1
Abu Bakr, this man's father-in-law, became the first Muslim caliph in 632
    $200 17
This Oscar Wilde work inspired such musicals as "Oh Ernest" & "Ernest in Love"
    $200 20
He was 65 when he took to the road peddling his recipe for "finger-lickin' good" chicken
    $400 23
Founded in Boston in 1908, it's one of the few daily papers sponsored by a religious denomination
    $400 8
Hats are often made with this fabric of compressed animal hair fibers
    $400 10
You can visit the skydeck on the 103rd floor of this 110-story building
    $400 3
The Spanish captured this rock from the Moors in 1309, lost it in 1333 & recaptured it in 1462
    $400 18
His play "Saint Joan" opened in 1923, 3 years after Joan of Arc was canonized
    $400 21
In May 1979 this 84-year-old conductor began his 50th & final season with the Boston Pops Orchestra
    $600 27
It's Russian for "truth"
    $600 9
Named for its French inventor, this loom was the 1st machine capable of weaving figured patterns
    $600 11
Members of the city council are called this, from Old English for "old man"
    $600 4
The harsh Gov. Gessler supposedly forced him to shoot the apple from his son's head
    $600 19
The 2nd & last Pulitzer Prize Tennessee Williams won was for this "feline" drama
    $600 25
This industrialist remained chairman & chief executive of Occidental Petroleum until his death at 92
    $800 29
Called the voice of France's upper middle class, this daily is named for the barber of Seville
    $800 14
It can be any material woven with metallic or simulated metallic yarns
    $800 12
The city's Natural History Museum was founded by this dept. store owner in 1893
    $800 5
The eldest son of the French king was known by this title after the future Charles V got it in 1350
    $800 22
After his "Tartuffe" played before Louis XIV, it was promptly banned for three years
    $800 26
In October 1990 this 96-year-old choreographer premiered her 180th ballet "Maple Leaf Rag"
    $1000 30
Leading newspapers published in this country include "Al Ahram" & "Al Akhbar"
    $1000 15
The first textile firm to top $1 billion in annual sales is this one based in N.C., not Vermont
    $1000 13
Located on Jackson at La Salle Street, it's the world's largest grain exchange
    $1000 6
The name of this English ruling house, supplanted by Lancaster, may mean "sprig of broom"
    DD: $1,000 24
The last sound in this play is Nora Helmer's slamming of the downstairs door
    DD: $2,000 28
When he defended Leopold & Loeb in 1924, he was nearly 70

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Florence Dow Pat
$5,900 $2,100 $5,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
1 of 2 state capitals that formerly served as capital of the U.S.

Final scores:

Florence Dow Pat
$0 $0 $0
$1,000 if eliminated $1,000 if eliminated $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Florence Dow Pat
$5,900 $3,500 $5,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $15,300

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