Show #2601 - Monday, December 18, 1995

1995-B Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

Nola Wegman, a retired English professor from Valparaiso, Indiana

Parma Holt, a homemaker from Silver Spring, Maryland

Ange Cardinali, a real estate salesman from Kenosha, Wisconsin

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Jeopardy! Round

NOTABLE NAMES
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THE CIRCUS
THE 1950s
TRAVEL U.S.A.
-OLOGIES
    $100 13
With help from her "Miracle Worker" Anne Sullivan, she graduated from Radcliffe in 1904
    $100 20
His first flavors in 1892 were Lotta Gum & Vassar; Juicy Fruit appeared the following year
    $100 22
Legend says Isaac van Amburgh was the first to stick his head here—we hope he got a "roar" of applause
    $100 4
Emilie, one of these quintuplets, died of an epileptic seizure in 1954
    $100 1
Tea & cookies are served in the Japanese Tea Garden in this city's Golden Gate Park
    $100 2
These buildings that have naves are studied in naology
    $200 14
This astronaut, Ohio's senior senator, was elected to a fourth term in 1992
    $200 23
Completes the decaf coffee slogan "fill it to the rim with..."
    $200 24
King Tusk, a famous one of these animals, outweighs Jumbo by more than 1,000 pounds
    $200 5
On December 2, 1956, he & about 80 insurgents invaded Cuba
    $200 9
Tok, the "Dog Capital of" this state, is noted for its annual sled dog race
    $200 3
Hamartiology is the study of this, like sloth or envy
    $300 15
Now retired, world-famous soccer player Edson Arantes do Nascimento is better known by this name
    $300 28
Word for a 1/2 hour TV ad bought by a company to demonstrate one or more products
    $300 25
Baraboo, Wisc.'s Circus World Museum is on the grounds of the original winter home of these brothers' circus
    $300 6
In 1952 he was officially declared heir to the throne of Japan
    $300 10
This singer sometimes dresses like Carmen Miranda at his Moon River Theatre in Branson, Missouri
    $300 17
The study of insects is entomology; the study of these insect features is pterology
    $400 16
This Italian tenor made his met debut in 1968 as Rodolfo in "La Boheme"
    $400 29
Partly to raise money for a Broadway musical, Red Sox owner Harry Frazee sold this player to the Yankees in 1920
    $400 26
Red Skelton's father, who died before Red was born, was one of these circus performers
    $400 7
On April 7, 1953 this Swede was elected U.N. Secretary-General
    $400 11
This pianist's Las Vegas museum displays his sequined Neptune costume, which weighs over 200 pounds
    $400 18
Astrolithology is the study of these found on Earth
    $500 19
Alfred Eisenstaedt, one of the most noted names in this profession, passed away in 1995 at age 96
    $500 30
In 1989 these 2 companies merged; in 1995 they announced plans to merge with Turner
    $500 27
In 1982 Miguel Vazquez became the 1st aerialist to accomplish a quadruple one of these in performance
    DD: $1,000 8
Construction on this South American capital was begun in 1956
    $500 12
At EPCOT this country's pavilion boasts a replica of the Koutoubia minaret in Marrakech
    $500 21
Thor or a brontosaurus would know brontology is the study of this

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

Ange Parma Nola
$2,800 $1,000 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ange Parma Nola
$3,300 $1,800 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
U.S. PRESIDENTS
MYTHOLOGY
NOVELS & NOVELISTS
HEALTH & MEDICINE
THE DUMONT NETWORK
    $200 9
The Gulf of Mexico & the Gulf of Saint Lawrence are arms of this ocean
    $200 13
He was the only Catholic president
    $200 6
In his battle against Cronus, Zeus was aided by these one-eyed giants
    $200 1
Charlotte Bronte called this novel named for its heroine "An Autobiography"
    $200 21
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is popularly referred to by this abbreviation
    $200 26
This Jackie Gleason show began as a series of sketches on Dumont's "Cavalcade of Stars"
    $400 11
This South American river carries more water than any other in the world
    $400 14
He began his first Inaugural speech with "President Hoover, Mr. Chief Justice, my friends"
    $400 7
On a visit to the island of Aeaea, Odysseus' companions were turned into swine by this enchantress
    $400 2
Amazingly, the launch site in this author's 1865 novel "From the Earth to the Moon" is near Tampa, Florida
    $400 22
It's recommended that you avoid aspirin & alcohol when suffering from the "peptic" type of this
    $400 27
This dance teacher's "Party" appeared at various times on all 4 networks, including twice on Dumont
    $600 18
They're the straits that separate Upper & Lower Michigan
    $600 15
This president was named for Chester Abell, the Doctor who delivered him
    $600 8
It's the collective name for Jason & his companions who sailed in search of the Golden Fleece
    $600 3
Ford Madox Ford was a friend of this "Lord Jim" author & collaborated with him on the novel "Romance"
    $600 23
Australian nurse Sister Elizabeth Kenny was famous for her methods in treating this often paralyzing disease
    $600 28
Ted Mack hosted this show for a year on Dumont before it moved to NBC
    $800 19
The Ebro is this country's only major river to flow into the Mediterranean
    DD: $2,000 16
The 1857 Dred Scott decision, 2 days into his term, complicated his efforts to unify the country
    $800 10
Echo was in love with this handsome youth, but he was in love with himself
    $800 4
A man known simply as the Pirate appears in his 1935 book "Tortilla Flat"
    DD: $1,000 24
Its the letter most commonly found at the top of a Snellen chart
    $800 29
On Tuesday nights 1952-55 his talks on "Life is Worth Living" competed against Milton Berle
    $1000 20
The Swedish islands of Gotland & Oland lie in this sea
    $1000 17
The 1823 Monroe Doctrine was actually the work of this man, Monroe's Secretary of State
    $1000 12
This Trojan hero & son of Aphrodite was the subject of a poem by Virgil
    $1000 5
Native country of 1920 Nobel Prize winner Knut Hamsun, whose 1890 novel "Hunger" made him famous
    $1000 25
Named for the nerve involved, it's a pain that extends from the lower back through the thigh & leg

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ange Parma Nola
$7,100 $8,400 $5,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSICAL THEATRE
Songs performed in a 1960 musical about her included "Beautiful People Of Denver" & "I Ain't Down Yet"

Final scores:

Ange Parma Nola
$14,200 $10,000 $10,000
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ange Parma Nola
$6,600 $7,000 $5,200
18 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,800

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