Show #1374 - Thursday, July 19, 1990

1990 Seniors Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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George Soule, a teacher from Northfield, Minnesota

Hank D'Angelo, a retired Army officer originally from Brooklyn, New York

Bernard Kiernan, a college professor from Middleton, West Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS FIRSTS
ITALIAN CUISINE
THE HUMAN BODY
MUSIC MEN
BOOKS & AUTHORS
LETTER PERFECT
    $100 11
The first of these emergency-care vehicles were horse-drawn wagons used during battles in 15th century Spain
    $100 6
Pasta whose name comes from "spago", the Italian word for string
    $100 27
It can be dislocated by a blow or just by yawning
    $100 21
The bandleader most associated with "champagne music"
    $100 16
In 1932 his wife, Zelda, wrote "Save Me the Waltz", a fictionalized account of their life together
    $100 1
It can precede bone, shirt & square
    $200 12
Of the U.S., New Zealand or Canada the 1st to grant women the right to vote in national elections
    $200 7
Rice is the main ingredient in this Italian staple whose name is derived from rice
    $200 28
The transfer of skin or bone from one part of the body to another
    $200 22
Bing Crosby called this black trumpeter "the beginning and end of music in America"
    $200 17
The dedication to this film director's autobiography reads, "To my daughters, Liza & Tina"
    $200 2
In the comics the sound made by snoring is usually represented by a series of these letters
    $300 13
This first charge card permitted its 200 founding members to eat on credit at 27 N.Y. restaurants
    $300 8
The name of this chicken & tomato dish translates to "hunter's" chicken
    $300 29
It's the hardening of any tissue, though you may associate it with the arteries
    $300 23
As a child he was known as "Baby Traps the Drum Wonder", which wasn't a poor nickname
    $300 18
Gabriel Garcia Marquez won an L.A. Times Prize for Fiction for "Love in the Time of" this
    $300 3
As part of an Irish name, it usually means "descendant of"
    $400 14
Probably named for its sheen, this 1st practical manmade fiber was originally called "artificial silk"
    $400 9
This Italian blue cheese is named for a village near Milan where it was first made
    $400 30
Hemophilia is an inherited disease in which 1 of the factors causing this to happen normally is missing
    $400 24
This Spanish classical guitarist continued to perform when he was over 90
    $400 19
This Canadian-born author won a 1975 Pulitzer Prize for "Humboldt's Gift"
    $400 4
People who are workaholics are said to exhibit this "type" of behavior
    $500 15
In 1939 Simon & Schuster published the first small paperbacks under this imprint
    $500 10
Zuppa Inglese isn't a soup at all but the Italian version of this English dessert
    $500 26
A burn is tissue damage by dry heat, & this is tissue damage by moist heat
    DD: $300 25
Blind from birth, this British-born pianist composed the following [Instrumental music plays]
    $500 20
David Lifton's "Best Evidence" takes another look at this historic event
    $500 5
Middle initial of 1950s TV host Robert Lewis

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

Bernard Hank George
$1,200 $900 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Hank George
$2,700 $1,900 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
ENGLAND
AVIATION
AMERICAN HISTORY
ANIMALS
BALD IS BEAUTIFUL
    $200 21
The U.S. gov't declared April 1,1990 this day, & any fool knows that only happens every 10 years
    $200 3
Majestic word that precedes Court Theatre, Albert Hall & Botanic Gardens
    $200 27
In 1905 their Flyer No. 3 could take off, stay in the air half an hour, bank, circle & land
    $200 11
The first of these battles in America probably took place in Plymouth but not between Burr & Hamilton
    $200 16
Lap dogs became popular when it was observed that these insects prefer dogs to people
    $200 1
As leader of Taiwan until his death in 1975, he never gave up his claim to authority over all of China
    $400 22
It's the day on which the republic of Ireland commemorates the death of its patron saint
    $400 4
Legend says that Joseph of Arimathea came to Glastonbury circa 63 A.D. bearing this drinking vessel
    $400 28
The attitude indicator tells you if the nose of the plane is pointing above or below this
    $400 12
George Mason's "Objections to the Federal Constitution" were the basis of this document
    $400 17
First brought to the West in 1937, the Encyclopedia of Mammals calls it the "bamboo bear"
    $400 2
In this ancient society, boys had their heads shaved except for a lock on one side
    $600 23
This October holiday stems from the Celtic festival of Samhain, the new year of the Druids
    $600 5
Her grandfathers were the 4th Baron Fermoy & the 7th Earl Spencer
    $600 29
Claire Lee Chennault founded this group, some of whom went into cargo transport after WWII
    $600 13
This Prussian hired to drill troops at Valley Forge was soon made Inspector Gen. of the Army
    $600 18
It's what a steer becomes when he grows up
    $600 10
Late screen & stage star who described himself as "a nice clean-cut Mongolian boy"
    $800 24
The third Saturday in May, it was designed to replace Army Day, Navy Day & Air Force Day
    DD: $2,000 6
A 1936 Tyrone Power film fictionalized the history of this powerful insurance company
    $800 30
Feminine nickname of the Curtiss open cockpit trainer used by sport flyers after WWI
    $800 14
When exploring North America on behalf of Holland, Henry Hudson used this ship
    $800 19
"Brachiation is a term for this method of locomotion used by the tree-dwelling gibbons of Asia
    $800 9
Last 2 bald major party presidential candidates to run against each other
    $1000 25
Since the 10th c. Trinity Sunday has been observed a week after this feast of the Holy Spirit
    $1000 7
After admitting an affair with a party girl Christine Keeler, the British war minister resigned in June 1963
    $1000 26
The first balloon flight took place in the 1780s in this country
    $1000 15
Founded in 1920 to defend const. freedoms, this group provided Sacco & Vanzetti's defense counsel
    DD: $1,000 20
These 2 prehistoric ancestors of elephants both had long tusks that curved upward
    $1000 8
This H.S. dropout became an actor, director & author of the best sellers "Tracy & Hepburn" & "Hollywood"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bernard Hank George
$7,100 $6,500 $8,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CITIES
Built between 1666 & 1667, the Castle of Good Hope is the oldest monument in this capital city

Final scores:

Bernard Hank George
$12,100 $3,000 $10,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bernard Hank George
$7,300 $6,500 $8,000
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R,
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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