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    $200 16
This "majority" party led by Lenin won the October Revolution in 1917
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Show #1832 - Tuesday, July 14, 1992

1992 Seniors Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

Lucy Schilling, a writer from Indianapolis, Indiana

Carolyn Meek, a high school English teacher from Houston, Texas

Pat Fine, a retired teacher from Buena Park, California

Jeopardy! Round

PARIS
MOVIE SONGS
FAMOUS FIRSTS
FICTIONAL SENIORS
LIBRARIES
"BIG" & "LITTLE"
    $100 9
Unless flooding occurs, you can tour the Paris underground by way of les egouts, which are these
    $100 15
Here, "way up high, there's a land that I heard of once in a lullaby"
    $100 22
The half eagle minted in 1795 was the first U.S. coin to bear this Latin motto
    $100 4
This "Christmas Carol" curmudgeon is "secret, and self-contained, and solitary as an oyster"
    $100 1
The Department of Libraries in Montpelier has this state's best collection of early newspapers
    $100 10
He's the tyrannical political leader in George Orwell's "1984"
    $200 20
The gleaming beauty of Paris has earned it the nickname "City of" this
    $200 16
"I'm an old cowhand from" this river, "but my legs ain't bowed and my cheeks ain't tanned"
    $200 25
Completed in 1885, the 10-story Home Insurance Co. Building in Chicago was the 1st to be called this
    $200 5
The "Alm-Uncle", who lives on an Alpine peak called the Alm, is the grandfather of this Swiss miss
    $200 2
This city's public library system is Wisconsin's largest with more than 1.5 million books
    $200 11
It sounds every hour on the hour outside London's houses of Parliament
    $300 21
The Sorbonne is located in this quarter, the oldest part of the Left Bank
    $300 17
"Would you like to swing on a star, carry moonbeams home in" one of these
    $300 26
In 1973 Emily Howell became the 1st woman employed by a major U.S. airline in this capacity
    $300 6
The devoted housekeeper Nelly Dean narrates much of the story of this Bronte title house
    $300 3
This organization's Dag Hammarskjold Library specializes in books dealing with international affairs
    $300 12
This baseball organization was founded in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, originally for boys aged 9 to 12
    $400 23
"The Departure of the Volunteers" is perhaps the best-known sculpture adorning this monument
    $400 18
Title line preceding "It's the April rose that only grows in the early spring"
    $400 27
In Oct. 1967 he became the first black associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
    $400 7
In this novel Hugh Conway finds out that the High Lama is about 250 years old
    $400 13
In 1928 Commander Richard E. Byrd established this U.S. base on Antarctica
    $500 24
Place Blanche in this artistic quarter is dominated by a moulin rouge or red windmill
    $500 19
"Secret Love", from this 1953 Doris Day film about a famous frontierswoman, won an Oscar for Best Song
    $500 28
Located in Kansas, it was the 1st federal penitentiary authorized for construction
    $500 8
Laurie's wealthy grandfather gives Beth her own piano in this well-loved novel
    $500 14
Directions like "Get your girl & take a twirl" were called out during this jitterbug dance of the 1930s

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Pat Carolyn Lucy
-$100 $600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Carolyn Lucy
$1,000 $2,300 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

MARINE BIOLOGY
20th CENTURY POLITICS
CELEBRITY COUPLES
MYTHOLOGY
REVOLUTIONS & REBELLIONS
THE BLUES
    $200 21
Types of this porous animal include red-beard & bath
    $200 26
In January 1992 this 1st elected black governor pulled out of the presidential race
    $200 6
In 1957 this crooner tied the knot with actress Kathryn Grant in Las Vegas
    $200 1
The name of this principal river of the netherworld means "abhorrent"
    $200 16
This "majority" party led by Lenin won the October Revolution in 1917
    $200 11
"Infantile" nickname for light blue eyes
    $400 22
Scientists call these boneless, umbrella-shaped sea animals medusas
    $400 27
In January 1992 Zviad Gamsakhurdia fled this ex-Soviet republic of which he was president
    $400 7
Laraine Day became known as "The First Lady of Baseball" after she married this Dodgers manager
    $400 2
Book II of Virgil's "The Aeneid" is about this famous "gift"
    $400 17
Mao Tse-tung launched this "Revolution" in 1966
    $400 12
This "mood"y blue color got its name because the dye was from India
    $600 23
The largest known shell of this bivalve was a 734-pound specimen found off Okinawa in 1956
    DD: $2,000 28
In 1972 he headed the committee to re-elect the president; in 1977 he was in jail
    $600 8
Alfred Steele was Pepsi-Cola's chairman of the board & this actress' husband
    $600 3
In Scyros, Odysseus found this warrior disguised as a girl & his heels were killing him
    $600 18
In England Wat Tyler was part of the Peasants' Revolt & James Watt was part of this "Revolution"
    $600 13
Time of day that's a dark shade of blue
    DD: $1,000 24
Asterias vulgaris is the "common" species of this marine animal
    $800 29
In 1964 he took over Hubert Humphrey's seat in the Senate
    $800 9
Chief Justice Earl Warren's daughter Virginia was married to this host of "What's My Line"
    $800 4
He was Antigone's half brother & father
    $800 19
This Mexican general led the revolution under the slogan "Land and Liberty"
    $800 14
The blue he used in his
jasperware is now named for him
    $1000 25
American & European eels begin their lives in this huge seaweed area of the Atlantic Ocean
    $1000 30
Gerald Austin Gardiner set up this post in England for citizen complaints against the government
    $1000 10
Among this big band singer's wives were Joanne Dru & Rita Hayworth
    $1000 5
On his ninth labor, Hercules was sent to get this queen's girdle
    $1000 20
In 1956 former premiere Imre Nagy led an anti-communist rebellion in this country
    $1000 15
This gemstone can be crushed to make ultramarine, a blue pigment

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Pat Carolyn Lucy
$4,600 $6,100 $4,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

GERMAN AUTHORS
Composer Paul Dukas based "The Sorcerer's Apprentice" on a story by this poet, novelist & scientist

Final scores:

Pat Carolyn Lucy
$0 $9,201 $0
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Pat Carolyn Lucy
$6,600 $7,100 $4,500
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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