Show #2116 - Monday, November 15, 1993

1993 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 1.


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Marilyn Kneeland, a retired teacher and Seniors Tournament winner from San Diego, California

Dennis Donohue, an administrative services officer from Litchfield Park, Arizona

Bev Schwartzberg, a teacher originally from Amherst, Massachusetts

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: There's our tribute!)
    $100 1
Located in the Highlands, Loch Lomond is this country's largest lake
    $100 2
Musician David Crosby had a bit role as a pirate in this 1991 version of "Peter Pan"
    $100 11
The annual Fiesta de las Golondrinas celebrates the return of the swallows to this California city
    $100 16
He was born October 2, 1869 to a merchant caste family in Porbandar, India & died January 30, 1948 in New Delhi
    $100 21
In a dictionary, the abbreviations pref. & suff. stand for these
    $100 26
Skippy, hide! As of July 22, 1993 it was legal to sell this meat in Australia
    $200 3
Winston Churchill reportedly called this strait "The world's best tank trap"
    $200 5
James Stewart film in which he said, "I suppose it'd been better if I'd never been born at all"
    $200 12
Like mukluks, kamiks are these, worn by Eskimos
    $200 17
Born September 9, 1754 in Cornwall, England he led a "bountiful" life, then died in London December 7, 1817
    $200 22
As a courtesy title, M. before the name of a Frenchman stands for this
    $200 27
It's the relative of the woodpecker featured on Froot Loops
    $300 4
Associated with a beautiful siren, the Lorelei is a famous rock in this river
    $300 6
Robert Redford played a gambler in Batista's Cuba in this 1990 film
    DD: $900 13
Pierre L'Enfant could have told you this famous hill was once known as Jenkins Hill
    $300 18
He was born August 17, 1786 in Tennessee & died March 6, 1836 in San Antonio, Texas
    $300 23
In printing, u.c. stands for this
    $300 28
Monopoly board street on which you'd find Merv Griffin's Resorts Casino Hotel
    $400 9
It's China's longest river after the Yangtze
    $400 7
In the 1970s he played Joe Valachi, Vince Majestyk & an Apache named Chato
    $400 14
Many men died searching for the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine in this southwest state's Superstition Mountains
    $400 19
He was born December 5, 1839 in New Rumley, Ohio & died in Montana, June 25, 1876
    $400 24
It's the book of the Bible abbreviated Lam.
    $400 29
The first manned free balloon flight was over this city
    $500 10
The maximum depth of this bay off the coast of France & Spain is 15,525'
    $500 8
This 1986 Rob Reiner film starring River Phoenix & Corey Feldman was narrated by Richard Dreyfuss
    $500 15
In Douglas, Wyoming there's a 10-foot statue of this legendary animal that looks like a jackrabbit with antlers
    $500 20
Born in Ulm, Germany March 14, 1879, he died April 18, 1955 in Princeton, New Jersey
    $500 25
When seen at the bottom of a page, PTO stands for this
    $500 30
Guinness says the largest of these told the story of the Kwakiutl tribe & took 36 man-weeks to carve

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

Bev Dennis Marilyn
$600 $2,800 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Dennis Marilyn
$2,300 $4,500 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
In 1712 this Russian czar moved his capital to St. Petersburg
    $200 1
Dallapiccola's opera "Ulisse" concerns Ulysses' return to Ithaca after this war
    $200 21
A high of 120 degrees or more has been recorded on every continent but this one; it's barely broken 60
    $200 26
The republics of Armenia, Moldova & Kyrgyzstan still use this unit of currency
    $200 16
The Inca Sun Festival is a major tourist attraction in this country
    $200 11
After his son Kingsley Doyle was killed in World War I, he became a devoted spiritualist
    $400 3
When Austria's Francis II abdicated August 6, 1806, this empire perished
    $400 4
Henry Purcell's 17th century opera about Dido & this Virgil hero may be his masterpiece
    $400 22
Twister is an informal term for this type of windstorm
    $400 27
In ancient Greece, it took 6 obols to equal one of these
    $400 17
Letzburgish is considered the national language of this small European country
    $400 12
The Martian invaders in this H.G. Wells novel are destroyed by earthly bacteria
    $600 5
Using a herring boat, this Norwegian became the first to navigate the Northwest Passage in 1906
    $600 7
This hero of "Gotterdammerung" is the son of incestuous twins
    $600 23
Planes flying east use this high-velocity wind to gain speed & save fuel
    $600 28
When in Kinshasa, use this monetary unit that has the same name as the country
    $600 18
Cozumel is the largest island off the coast of this peninsula
    $600 13
In "The Call of the Wild", Judge Miller's gardener kidnaps this dog & sells him for $50
    $800 6
A 1928 treaty outlawing war was formulated by Frank Kellogg & this French foreign minister
    $800 9
Jean Cocteau wrote the libretto for an opera about this Sophoclean heroine, Ismene's sister
    $800 24
To produce rain, clouds are often seeded with crystals of this compound, formula Agl
    DD: $1,500 29
This South American country uses the guilder as its basic monetary unit
    $800 19
Natives of this "saintly" Caribbean island call it Leamiga; it's located near Nevis
    DD: $1,200 14
Peachy Carnahan & Daniel Dravitt plan to make themselves kings of Kafiristan in this Kipling story
    $1000 8
During the second half of the French Revolution, 1795-99, this five-man board ruled France
    $1000 10
This king & his wife Clytemnestra appear in Gluck's opera "Iphigeneia in Aulis"
    $1000 25
The numbers on this standard wind scale originally referred to a wind's effect on a ship's sails
    $1000 30
When Washington was inaugurated, the French ecu, featuring this ruling monarch, was circulating in the U.S.
    $1000 20
In 1982 the people of this Asian country celebrated the bicentennial of the Chakri dynasty
    $1000 15
The Plain of Ease, the Valley of Humiliation & the Country of Conceit appear in this John Bunyan work

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bev Dennis Marilyn
$5,500 $8,600 $7,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

Lord Byron wrote, "I stood in Venice on" this, "a palace and a prison on each hand"

Final scores:

Bev Dennis Marilyn
$10,900 $15,001 $12,200
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bev Dennis Marilyn
$6,700 $7,300 $7,500
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
15 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,500

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Game tape date: 1993-10-11
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