Show #1833 - Wednesday, July 15, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Lois Rosenfeld, a housewife from Los Angeles, California

Jim Baehler, a negotiations consultant from New York City, New York

Hansford Epes, a German and humanities professor from Davidson, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS SENIORS
ECONOMICS
BROADWAY LYRICS
ANIMALS
GEMS & JEWELRY
VOCABULARY
    $100 11
This retiree founded Kentucky Fried Chicken at age 66 & was an ambassador for the firm when he died at 90
    $100 26
The strong desire for a product by consumers, it's what "supply" tries to fill
    $100 6
"There is nothin' you can name that is anythin' like" one of these
    $100 16
These members of the squirrel family live in "towns", which may consist of thousands of them
    $100 19
The Spaniards named this metal used in jewelry platina for its resemblance to silver
    $100 1
The plant & animal life of a certain region are given the corresponding terms flora & this
    $200 12
Known as the "Ol' Perfesser", he became the 1st manager of the New York Mets in 1962 at age 70
    $200 27
From 1934 to 1971 the price of this was fixed at $35 a Troy ounce; now its rate floats
    $200 7
"Well ya got trouble, my friend—right here I say trouble right here in" this place
    $200 17
This breed of rabbit is raised for its long, white fur which is spun into yarn
    $200 21
In the early 1900s Kokichi Mikimoto invented a process to culture these gems
    $200 2
An open-handed blow, or a turned-up fold on a trouser leg
    $300 13
When she was 75, this educator of the blind published the book "Teacher" about Anne Sullivan
    $300 28
The Dow Jones Industrial Average is quoted in these, not dollars
    $300 8
Title that follows "It's delightful, it's delicious..."
    $300 18
The mehari, a special breed of this desert mammal, is noted for its swiftness
    $300 23
Jet, a type of coal made into buttons & costume jewelry, is this color
    $300 3
It's the name of the device that helps a musician keep the beat, like clockwork
    $400 14
He wrote his last play, "Buoyant Billions", at age 91, 35 years after "Pygmalion"
    $400 29
Named for a video game, this anti-takeover defense has the target company trying to gobble up the acquirer
    $400 9
Mame asks, "Would I be there when he called, if he walked into" this "today?"
    $400 20
It's been speculated that the Aztecs bred ancestors of this small dog breed
    $400 24
Deep green beryl is called emerald & light blue-green beryl is called this
    $400 4
It can describe a fast & furious courtship or a spiraling current of air
    $500 15
He used his Nobel Prize winnings to improve his hospital in Gabon & set up a leper colony
    $500 30
It's a stock transaction by a person who has information not available to the general public
    $500 10
Sondheim wrote, "Good times and bum times, I've seen 'em all and my dear, I'm" this
    DD: $500 22
The name of this large deer of the North American tundra is of French-Canadian derivation
    $500 25
From Latin for "thread" & "grain", this style of jewelry is made by twisting fine wires into patterns
    $500 5
In business it's defined as the practice of giving better jobs & higher pay to relatives

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

Hansford Jim Lois
$2,000 $2,000 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Jim Lois
$2,000 $3,500 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

BOTANY
WORLD FLAGS
OPERA
THE 17th CENTURY
LITERATURE
POLITICIANS
    $200 23
The U.S.' largest one of these legumes was a 3 11/16" specimen grown in Georgia
    $200 11
This symbol of the Christian faith appears on the flag of the South Pacific kingdom of Tonga
    $200 1
"Madama Butterfly" was 1st performed on February 17, 1904 in this Milan opera house
    $200 18
"His" authorized version of the Bible, published in 1611, was the work of 47 scholars
    $200 6
She wrote "Jane Eyre" under the pseudonym Currer Bell
    $200 12
In the 1950s this current New York governor played minor league baseball with the Brunswick Pirates
    $400 24
The bald cypress is not a true cypress, but is related to this giant California tree
    $400 14
The flag of Cyprus has a field of this color, symbolic of peace
    $400 2
Set entirely at the Tower of London, "The Yeomen of the Guard" is about these spiffy soldiers
    $400 19
In 1663 this architect began his first major building, a chapel at Pembroke College, Cambridge
    $400 7
In "The Jungle Book" this Indian boy learns jungle lore from Baloo, the bear
    $400 13
He won 6 4-year terms as Chicago's mayor, more than any other person in the city's history
    $600 25
At his Santa Rosa, California farm, this plant breeder developed a spineless cactus
    $600 28
This British crown colony's flag has a castle denoting its strategic position on the Mediterranean
    $600 3
Opera in which you'd find Canio, his wife, Nedda & the clowns Tonio & Beppe
    $600 20
In 1608 this explorer founded Quebec & a year later discovered the lake now named for him
    $600 8
Muley Graves is the only sharecropper to remain in Oklahoma in this John Steinbeck novel
    $600 15
In 1991 Ann Richards became the second woman to be sworn in as governor of this state
    $800 26
Turkey red, a variety of this grain, was brought to Kansas in the 1870s by Russian Mennonites
    $800 29
The red & white on this country's flag are the traditional colors of Bohemia
    $800 4
In this Verdi opera, the Duke of Mantua seduces Gilda, the daughter of a court jester
    $800 21
Born Armand Jean du Plessis, he was chief minister to Louis XIII from 1624 to 1642
    $800 9
This C.S. Forester character was commander of H.M.S. Lydia, a 36-gun frigate
    $800 16
This North Carolina senator once gave conservative editorials on WRAL-TV in Raleigh
    $1000 27
Popular as a boutonniere, the scarlet variety of this perennial is Ohio's state flower
    $1000 30
Its flag combined components of the flags of Zanzibar & Tanganyika
    DD: $2,000 5
This Humperdinck opera often opens with a young boy binding brooms & his sister knitting
    $1000 22
In his 1619 "Harmonies of the World", this Ger. astronomer published his 3rd law of planetary motion
    $1000 10
Evelyn Waugh novel subtitled "The Sacred and Profane Memories of Captain Charles Ryder"
    DD: $2,000 17
1 of 2 Republicans who represent Oregon in the U.S. Senate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Jim Lois
$11,800 $11,500 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD WAR II
During WWII this Mediterranean island was called Britain's "only unsinkable aircraft carrier"

Final scores:

Hansford Jim Lois
$23,001 $23,000 $5,800
Finalist 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Hansford Jim Lois
$11,300 $10,500 $2,900
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
8 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $24,700

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