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Show #1601 - Monday, July 15, 1991

1991 Seniors Tournament semifinal game 1.

Contestants

Malcolm Post, a real estate sales agent from San Francisco, California

Lou Pryor, an attorney from New Canaan, Connecticut

Babs McClellan, an art student from Clearwater, Florida

Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
DESIGN
COLE PORTER LYRICS
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
FAIRY TALES
ANAGRAMMED NAMES
    $100 11
The April 16, 1990 cover of Newsweek depicted this body of water, calling it "Huck's River"
    $100 16
The Prince of Wales' feathers design depicts 3 of this large bird's plumes tied together at the shafts
    $100 1
"You're the Nile, you're the Tow'r of Pisa, you're the smile on" this
    $100 21
It equals 0.45359237 kilograms
    $100 4
She asked Hansel & Gretel, "Nibble, nibble, gnaw, who is nibbling at my little house?"
    $100 23
Talk show hostess Winfrey & 1 of the Marx Brothers
    $200 12
The Dance Theatre of this area of Manhattan celebrated its 20th anniversary in 1989
    $200 17
The cabbage type of this flower was a popular decorative motif during the Victorian era
    $200 2
Title of the song that says, "From this happy day, no more blue songs, only whoop-dee-doo songs"
    $200 22
Your doctor could tell you 37° Celsius equals this in Fahrenheit
    $200 5
French poet Charles Perrault, not a big bird, was the first to publish her tales
    $200 24
TV actress Arthur & President Lincoln
    $300 13
To see the National Museum of Women in the Arts, go to 13th St. & New York Ave. NW in this city
    $300 18
A diamond-shaped figure seen in heraldic designs & architecture, or a diamond-shaped cough drop
    $300 3
"I've got you under my skin, I've got you deep in" this
    $300 28
The ohm, a unit of electrical resistance, is symbolized by this last Greek letter
    $300 8
Some say eggs, honey, butter, wine & snuff were in the basket she carried to granny's house
    $300 25
Actress Cannon & actor Griffith
    $400 14
With some 12,000 students, Baylor University in this state is the largest Baptist university in the world
    DD: $500 19
Asian country that gave its name to a process that emulates its celebrated lacquerwork
    $400 6
"Good authors, too, who once knew better words now only use" these words "writing prose, anything goes"
    $400 29
1760 yards is equal to one of these
    $400 9
In one tale by the Brothers Grimm, she had a sister named Rose-Red & they both married princes
    $400 26
Olsen of Olsen & Johnson & one-time Giants' manager Durocher
    $500 15
Legend says pirate Jose Gaspar kept his female captives on Captiva Island in this state
    $500 20
From Greek for "flesh eating", it's a stone coffin often ornamented with sculpture
    $500 7
"If you're ever in a jam, here I am, if you're ever in a mess", send this signal
    $500 30
Slang for a small person, it equals 8 fluid ounces
    $500 10
The miller's daughter promised to give Rumpelstiltskin this if she became queen
    $500 27
Wild West hero Masterson & actor Hunter

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

Babs Lou Malcolm
$800 $2,100 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Babs Lou Malcolm
$1,900 $3,600 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
BRITISH CITIES & TOWNS
BEST SELLERS
BALLET
BIOLOGY
CRIME TIME
    $200 6
Arthur Phillip established the first European settlement on this continent in 1788
    $200 1
England's oldest institution of higher learning is in this town
    $200 11
In a 1984 best seller, this comedienne told about "The Life & Hard Times of Heidi Abromowitz"
    $200 18
In 1990 PBS observed his birthday by airing the ballet "Martin", a tribute to him
    $200 27
It's the term for the young or larval stage of toads as well as frogs
    $200 12
Known as Scarface, his 1st arrest in Chicago was in '22 for carrying a concealed weapon
    $400 7
Saying he wanted "a window on Europe", Czar Peter the Great founded this city in 1703
    $400 2
Coventry was known for its blue cloth & Lincoln for this color
    $400 17
"What I Saw at the Revolution" is Peggy Noonan's account of her 4 years as a speechwriter for this president
    $400 19
In one version of this ballet, Clara dances the Sugarplum Fairy pas de deux with the Prince
    $400 13
According to the FBI, it was Machine Gun Kelly who coined this nickname for their agents
    $600 8
A defeat at Yorktown in 1781 didn't deter this British lord from becoming India's governor gen. 5 years later
    $600 3
This city upon the Tyne got its name from a building erected in 1080 as a defense against the Scots
    $600 23
Guinness says this Jacqueline Susann work is the all-time best selling novel
    $600 20
In 1965 Nureyev & Fonteyn starred in a ballet about this Shakespearean couple
    $600 25
A pulse is taken where one of these lying close to the skin can be pressed lightly
    $600 14
"A little grease for a big wheel in politics" is slang for one of these
    $800 9
1 of 3 present-day countries beside Colombia that were part of the 19th c. Republic of Gran Colombia
    $800 4
London has a lord mayor & this city has a master cutler
    DD: $3,000 24
This German archaeologist & his wife were the subject of Irving Stone's best seller "The Greek Treasure"
    $800 21
This niece of a film director choreographed "3 Virgins & a Devil" & played the priggish one herself
    $800 29
Protozoans, prairie dogs & ants live in groups called these
    $800 15
This hideout used by Butch Cassidy was about a day's ride from Casper, Wyoming
    $1000 10
This "Short" king of the Franks founded the Carolingian Dynasty in 751
    $1000 5
In England, it's a major port of Hampshire; in the U.S., the main port of New Hampshire
    $1000 26
"Coma" & "Brain" are among the best selling mysteries by this doctor & teacher
    DD: $1,000 22
At the end of the ballet "Orpheus", this musical instrument rises from Orpheus' grave
    $1000 28
Linnaeus used 2 names to classify each living thing; 1 for its genus, the other for this
    $1000 16
In 1951 this "Prime Minister" of the crime syndicate was called before the Kefauver Committee

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Babs Lou Malcolm
$100 $10,000 $6,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Ronald E. Paul, the candidate of this party, got the third most votes in the 1988 presidential election

Final scores:

Babs Lou Malcolm
$105 $12,401 $12,400
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Babs Lou Malcolm
$3,100 $11,000 $6,700
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
25 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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