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    $600 18
Each time a rattlesnake does this, it adds another segment to the end of its tail
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Show #1136 - Monday, July 10, 1989

1989 Senior Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

Steve Haworth, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California

Markee Bourget, a housewife from West Saint Paul, Minnesota

Ouida Rellstab, a teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana

Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
SHIPS
LEATHER
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
THE OCCULT
"GIVE" & "TAKE"
    $100 6
1 of its 3 official names is the Italian "Svizzera"
    $100 1
This Georgia city provided the name for the 1st steamship to cross the Atlantic
    $100 21
From the French for "Sweden", this leather has a soft, napped surface
    $100 14
In "The Wizard of Oz", both Professor Marvel & the Wicked Witch gazed into these glass globes
    $100 11
Act 20:35 says, "It is more blessed to" do this
    $200 7
Because of its many churches, this Czech capital has been called the "City of 100 Spires"
    $200 2
This nation builds almost half of the world's ships, but most are sold to other countries
    $200 22
Placing hides in a solution of sodium sulfide & limewater for about 18 hours removes this
    $200 15
These fortune-telling cards may have been introduced to Europe by returning crusaders
    $200 12
Henny Youngman's most famous 1-liner
    $300 8
The title of its national anthem translates to "Hey Slavs"
    $300 3
Lateen sails, which are better for sailing into the wind, are always of this shape
    $300 23
Until the 14th C. introduction of paper into Europe, this specially-treated leather was used for writing
    $300 16
This pseudoscience was concerned with discovering how to turn base metals into gold
    $300 13
Frank Sinatra & Gene Kelly were singing & dancing baseball players in this 1949 musical
    $400 9
95% of Hungary's population is descended from this band of invaders who conquered the area in the late 800s
    $400 4
The luxury liner the QE2 is operated by this British company
    $400 24
This leather, the most highly polished, can get its glossy finish by successive coats of heavy oil varnish
    $400 17
Yes, its name comes from the French & German words for "yes"
    $400 19
Her picture on the Dec. 19, 1988 cover of People was captioned "Why Does Everyone Hate Me?"
    $500 10
This largest of West German states has been a duchy, a kingdom & a republic
    $500 5
Mohammed Abul Abbas was the mastermind accused of the 1985 hijacking of this Italian cruise ship
    $500 25
It's a place in which hides are converted into leather
    $500 18
It's the ability to move an object using psychic powers
    DD: $500 20
In a 19th C. poem, this line follows "'Keep ancient lands, your storied pomp!' cries she With silent lips."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Ouida Markee Steve
-$100 $1,300 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ouida Markee Steve
$1,500 $1,500 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE
ZOOLOGY
ACADEMY AWARDS
U.S. STATES
'40s SONGS
THEY ALSO WROTE
    $200 6
Patty Ludwin of Canonsburg, Penn. turns blue jeans into "Calamity Jeans" by riddling them with these
    $200 16
It's estimated chimpanzees spend 50 to 75% of the day in these
    $200 26
After cutting off her famous curls, she became the first actress to win an Oscar for a talking picture
    $200 1
If this state were an independent country, it would be the 6th richest in the world
    $200 11
"I'd love to get you on a slow boat to" this country "all to myself, alone"
    $200 21
He also wrote "The Fortunate Pilgrim", "Fools Die" & "The Sicilian"
    $400 7
This TV chef once said that she loves to snack on hot dogs & Fritos
    $400 17
The only place in Asia in which these big cats are still found in the wild is the Gir Forest in India
    $400 27
She was nominated for her film debut as Garp's mother in "The World According to Garp"
    $400 2
New Hampshire was the 1st U.S. state to finance education by this method, adopted in 1963
    $400 12
This song asked if you'd "Like to... carry moonbeams home in a jar... or would you rather be a mule?"
    $400 22
He also wrote "The Source", "Chesapeake" & "Space"
    $600 8
This black talk show host was discovered by singer Nancy Wilson who financed his move to L.A.
    $600 18
Each time a rattlesnake does this, it adds another segment to the end of its tail
    $600 28
Louise Fletcher won an Oscar for playing this wretched character in "One Flew over the Cuckoo's Nest"
    $600 3
The largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi is this state's Adirondack Park
    DD: $1,700 13
Tho Larry Parks played him, Al Jolson was heard singing this song in "The Jolson Story"

"Oh, how we danced on the night we were wed,
We vowed our true love..."
    $600 23
He also wrote "Orpheus Descending", "Summer & Smoke" & "The Rose Tattoo"
    $800 9
Anne Archer is the daughter of this actress who played Danny Thomas' wife on TV
    $800 19
The male of this bird is called a cob, the female, a pen
    $800 4
Jimmy Swaggart usually preaches via TV from this, his home state
    $800 14
In the song "Sentimental Journey", "That's the time we leave"
    $800 24
He also wrote "Tortilla Flat", "The Wayward Bus" & "Travels with Charley"
    $1000 10
First lady whose father, Marvin Pierce, was once publisher of McCall's magazine
    $1000 20
Among the different species of thse on the African plains are the Grant's, Speke's & Thomson's
    $1000 5
The geographic center of the lower 48 is just outside the town of Lebanon in this state
    $1000 15
This J. Mercer-H. Arlen tune told us to "Latch on to the affirmative, Don't mess with Mr. In-Between"
    $1000 25
She also wrote "A Lost Lady", "The Song of the Lark" & "My Ántonia"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ouida Markee Steve
$7,100 $3,600 $4,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
Alexander Hamilton Stephens of Georgia was the only person to hold this office

Final scores:

Ouida Markee Steve
$10,701 $7,200 $2,400
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 3rd place: $1,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ouida Markee Steve
$7,600 $2,500 $4,800
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
18 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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