Show #1835 - Friday, July 17, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament final game 2.
Last game of Season 8.

Contestants

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Carolyn Meek, a high school English teacher from Houston, Texas (subtotal of $2,000)

Leonard Schmidt, an optometrist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $11,200)

Hansford Epes, a German and humanities professor from Davidson, North Carolina (subtotal of $10,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. STATES
SPORTS
1956
HISTORIC NAMES
COOKING EQUIPMENT
RHYME TIME
    $100 26
This state leads all others in the production of apples
    $100 6
In saddle-bronc riding, the cowboy's feet must remain in these
    $100 1
The first of these rare birds ever born in captivity was hatched on May 29 — Whoopee!
    $100 12
John Brown called her "General Tubman"
    $100 8
You can make waffles shaped like Mickey Mouse's head with a special one of these sold in many stores
    $100 21
A feline fedora
    $200 27
"The Old Colony State", one of Massachusetts' nicknames, refers to this early colony
    $200 7
In the 1950s, this sport's top American female player was Leah Thall Neuberger, who was nicknamed "Ping"
    $200 2
His ex-wife Ellen Borden Stevenson announced she was going to vote for Eisenhower
    $200 13
This explorer's brother Thorvald was killed by a native during an expedition to the New World
    $200 16
Interlocked ones of these give your cookies fancy shapes with a minimum of handling
    $200 22
The cash you could make by selling rabbits
    $300 28
In 1976 the Great Falls of the Passaic River, in this state were dedicated as a national historic site
    $300 9
Unlike most sleds, toboggans don't have these on the bottom
    $300 3
A boulevard in Monaco was renamed in honor of this new princess
    $300 14
His less famous brothers Ira & Levi helped found the Green Mountain Boys
    $300 17
"Joy of Cooking" says these fruit ballers can be used to make butter balls, too
    $300 23
Samuel F.B.'s equines
    $400 29
In pioneer days, it was known as the Bear State; later it became the "Land of Opportunity"
    $400 10
An opening in a fence, or an opening between flags that a skier must pass through in a slalom event
    $400 4
This British statesman's son Randolph was a losing contestant on "The $64,000 Question"
    $400 15
This Catherine was the last wife Henry VIII beheaded, & the charge of adultery was probably true
    $400 18
Used to pound meat, it's a bit smaller than the piece of croquet equipment of the same name
    $400 24
A fight between cows & steers
    DD: $1,200 30
This state ranks first in the manufacture of machine tools & rubber products
    $500 11
In fencing, the foil & epee are thrusting weapons only but this is a thrusting & cutting weapon
    $500 5
She was paroled from a women's prison in Alderson, W.Va. after serving 6 years for treason
    $500 20
Alessandro, an illegitimate member of this family, was a 16th century Duke of Florence
    $500 19
This bowl-shaped cooking utensil is used especially for Chinese food & stir-frying
    $500 25
Late columnist Wilson's witticisms

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

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$500 $2,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$2,900 $3,900 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

LONDON
MOVIE SEQUELS
NOVELS
THE CIVIL WAR
SCIENCE
ANNUAL EVENTS
    $200 8
Marble Arch was moved to its present location in 1851; it used to be in front of this palace
    $200 2
Its sequels were "The Empire Strikes Back" & "Return of the Jedi"
    $200 1
"Wallis: The Novel" is a fictionalized version of this woman's fascinating life
    $200 26
The South's export of this crop was shut down, causing massive unemployment in northern New England
    $200 12
Found in watches, mattresses & automobiles, it's a device that can store mechanical energy
    $200 20
Britt, Iowa is the site of an annual convention for these tramps
    $400 14
Selfridges is one of many famous stores on this street whose name may remind you of a university
    $400 7
The sequels to "The Paleface" & "King Kong" share these 2 words in their titles
    $400 3
This 1971 Herman Wouk novel begins, "Commander Victor Henry rode a taxicab home..."
    $400 27
In June 1862 he was appointed Commander of the Army of Northern Virginia
    $400 13
On a temperature scale, "C" can stand for centigrade or this
    $400 21
"The Lost Colony" drama is an annual event at Fort Raleigh Nat'l Historic Site on this island
    $600 15
This "Confessor" is entombed in the chapel named for him in Westminster Abbey
    $600 9
This first sequel to "The Pink Panther" was loosely based on the French play "L'idiote"
    $600 4
This Pulitzer Prize winner set his 1983 novel "Ancient Evenings" in Ancient Egypt
    $600 28
To help finance the war, the Union issued this paper currency which became known by its color
    $600 16
Argon was formerly abbreviated "A" & this element is "B"
    $600 22
Each October a World Dairy Expo is held in this state
    $800 18
The Garrick, the Phoenix & Wyndham's are 3 of these found on Charing Cross Road
    $800 10
Bing Crosby received Oscar nominations for acting in both "Going My Way" & this sequel
    $800 5
Chapter VI of this French foreign legion classic is titled "A 'Viking's Funeral'"
    $800 29
1 of the 4 border slave states that remained in the Union
    $800 17
In geology, pluvial refer to a prolonged period of this
    $800 24
Merle Haggard could tell you there's an Azalea Festival every April in this Oklahoma City
    $1000 19
You can see the Gipsy Moth IV in which he sailed around the world, at Greenwich Pier
    $1000 11
Victor Mature starred in "Demetrius and the Gladiators" as well as this film which preceded it
    DD: $2,000 6
Maxim's last line in this novel is "That's not the northern lights, that's Manderley"
    DD: $2,000 30
8 days after receiving a gunshot wound at Chancellorsville, this Confederate general died
    $1000 23
Voyager 1 found 9 volcanoes erupting on this moon of Jupiter
    $1000 25
The Paul Bunyan Dog Sled Races are usually held in January in Bemidji in this state

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$8,900 $7,500 $8,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS
He was the last president elected with less than 50% of the popular vote

Final scores:

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$900 $0 $7,500

Cumulative scores:

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$11,100 $11,200 $9,500
1st runner-up: $11,100 Tournament champion: $25,000 2nd runner-up: $9,500

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Hansford Leonard Carolyn
$7,200 $7,500 $7,500
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
24 R,
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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