Show #2292 - Tuesday, July 19, 1994

1994 Seniors Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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

Madeline Wilhoft, a retired printer from Uniondale, New York

Joe Clonick, a composer and musician originally from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

SEA CREATURES
AWARDS
AROUND THE KITCHEN
THE 1850s
TRANSPORTATION
COMMON BONDS
    $100 1
Unlike true ones of these crustaceans, the spiny or rock types don't have large claws
    $100 25
The Goya is considered the Spanish equivalent of this American film award
    $100 6
A pitter takes the pit out of an olive & this specialized device takes the middle out of an apple
    $100 11
This prince was largely responsible for the Crystal Palace exhibition in Hyde Park
    $100 16
From the shape of its tunnels, it's the British term for a subway
    $100 21
Doris,
Dennis,
D-
    $200 2
This relative of the octopus is sometimes called a sea arrow
    $200 26
Studs Terkel won a 1985 Pulitzer Prize for "The Good War: An Oral History of" this conflict
    $200 7
In the kitchen you may use the kitchen or poultry ones of these; the pinking type is for another room
    $200 12
In May 1857 the Prussian king renounced his rights to this country's Neuchatel Canton
    $200 17
In 1984 this airline dropped the wings from its flying kangaroo logo
    $200 22
Chop,
drum,
pick-up
    $300 3
Mesogloea is the gelatinous substance that gives this creature its name
    $300 27
In 1984 this comedic actress became the 1st woman inducted into the TV Academy Hall of Fame
    $300 8
It's a metal stand with little feet used to separate a hot dish from a tabletop
    $300 13
This abolitionist leader of the raid on Harpers Ferry was hanged in Charles Town, Va. in 1859
    $300 18
Discontinued 22 years earlier, the Hoboken Ferry was relaunched between these 2 states in 1989
    $300 23
Snow,
blood,
piggy
    $400 4
The 2 parts of this "giant" bivalve's shell often weigh as much as 500 pounds
    $400 28
"The Dreamer of Oz", a TV movie about this author, won a 1991 Christopher Award
    $400 9
A runcible spoon combines a spoon with one of these utensils
    $400 14
All 2,500 copies of this Hawthorne book were sold within 10 days of its release in 1850
    $400 19
A popular car of the early 1900s was this company's Bearcat
    $400 24
Coins,
pancakes,
your wig
    $500 5
The world's best caviar comes from the beluga, a species of this fish
    $500 30
LBJ awarded this pope a posthumous Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1963
    DD: $500 10
Raytheon's microwave ovens were first sold in 1947 under this name
    $500 15
In the 1856 treaty ending this war, Russia ceded Southern Bessarabia
    $500 20
Italian for "wasp", it's a famous make of motor scooter
    $500 29
Crow,
salad,
singles

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

Joe Madeline Frances
$1,500 $1,300 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Madeline Frances
$3,800 $2,700 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
VICE PRESIDENTS
ANNUAL EVENTS
FAMOUS BROTHERS
ANATOMY
OPERAS & OPERETTAS
    $200 16
Jean Laffite once lived on Grand Terre Island in Barataria Bay in this famous gulf
    $200 26
He was the last man to serve as FDR's vice president
    $200 21
On January 8 Louisiana commemorates this battle of the War of 1812
    $200 1
They founded Rome but it took more than a day to build it
    $200 11
The cerebrum is the largest & most highly developed part of this organ
    $200 3
Act II of "Die Fledermaus" includes a hymn to this bubbly beverage
    $400 17
The Severn & the Wye are the longest rivers that enter this country, part of the United Kingdom
    $400 27
He was the last vice president to serve more than 4 years in the office
    $400 22
Each August this large city hosts the Elvis International Tribute Week
    $400 2
In the early 1800s they published "Kinder-und Hausmarchen", tales for kids & adults
    $400 12
Near its origin, this largest artery gives rise to the coronary arteries of the heart
    $400 4
Sancho Panza is a silent role in "Master Peter's Puppet Show", based on an episode in this novel
    $600 18
When visiting Liverpool, you can ride a ferry across this river, as Gerry and the Pacemakers could tell you
    $600 28
He was the first vice president to serve more than 4 years in the office
    $600 23
A popular October event in North Carolina is the Mello Yello 500 auto race in this city
    $600 5
When he was about 15, he joined his older brother Frank in Quantrill's Raiders
    $600 13
It's the joint formed by the lower end of the humerus & the 2 upper ends of the ulna & radius
    $600 6
"Trial By Jury" is this duo's only operetta without spoken dialogue
    $800 19
Lake Winnipegosis lies in the southern part of this Canadian province
    $800 29
A nephew of this Jefferson vice president sponsored the Erie Canal
    $800 24
International Falls in this state is the site of the annual Ice Box Days Winter Festival in January
    DD: $1,000 9
In 1884 they left Baraboo, Wisconsin with a small wagon show
    $800 14
There are 3 pairs of these glands in the body, including the sublingual ones under the tongue
    $800 7
"Threepenny Opera" composer whose opera "Down in the Valley" is based on American folk songs
    $1000 20
Jordan's only seaport, Al-Aqabah, lies on this sea
    $1000 30
1 of the 2 presidents under whom John C. Calhoun served as vice president
    DD: $1,000 25
Each July this Canadian province celebrates its heritage with the Highland Games in Antigonish
    $1000 10
Though these Frenchmen invented the hot air balloon, they weren't the first to go up in it
    $1000 15
After a meal bile that's stored in this sac is released into the small intestine
    $1000 8
Heinrich Sutermeister based his 1948 opera "Raskolnikoff" on this Dostoyevsky novel

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joe Madeline Frances
$13,200 $2,500 $3,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AUTHORS
D.H. Lawrence said he probably did "more than any writer to present the Red Man to the white man"

Final scores:

Joe Madeline Frances
$14,200 $5,000 $6,000
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joe Madeline Frances
$13,000 $2,500 $3,500
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
3 W
14 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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