Show #2107 - Tuesday, November 2, 1993

Drawing for Season 3 & Season 4 players for the 10th Anniversary Tournament.


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Michael Keller, a meeting planner from Forest Hills, New York

Ann Hutcheson, a librarian from Colts Neck, New Jersey

Peter Gay, a graphic designer from Stoughton, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,801)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 24
It's the number of dancers you need to perform Vicente Nebrada's ballet "Gemini"
    $100 1
This Redd Foxx series was based on a British sitcom called "Steptoe and Son"
    $100 5
One of the strongest leathers is provided by this large marsupial
    $100 13
In 1964 the Palestinian Arab guerrillas organized themselves as this group
    $100 12
In blackjack, it's the point value held by the most cards
    $100 7
One of the tallest ones ever built was about 400 feet high; it guided ships for 1500 years
    $200 26
"Gartenfest" is danced to music written by this Austrian prodigy when he was only 13
    $200 2
He's the "problem child" among the 3 Chipmunks
    $200 18
Fleshed hides are treated with sodium sulfide in a lime & water solution to remove this
    $200 14
When she was about 16 the "voices" told her to aid the Dauphin
    $200 19
When wild cards are used in straight poker, this replaces the royal flush as the highest type of hand
    $200 8
We don't know who this revolving food tray was named for, but she must have been quite "indolent"
    $300 27
Jerome Robbins became associate artistic director of this Manhattan ballet company in 1949
    $300 3
G. Burghoff, the only "M*A*S*H" regular to portray the same character in the film, played this role
    $300 21
This soft leather got its name because the gloves made from it originally came from Sweden
    DD: $700 15
In 615 the Persian Chosroes II sacked this city, taking away the True Cross
    $300 20
In 2-player War each person begins with this many cards
    $300 9
It can be a meeting hall for the Moose, a place where skiers stay or a wigwam
    $400 28
Jacques D' Amboise's ballet "Saltarelli" was inspired by the saltarello, a court dance from this country
    $400 4
"The Flying Nun" was set at the Convent San Tanco on this island
    $400 22
Although named for an antelope-like animal, this polishing cloth now comes mostly from sheepskin
    $400 16
In 1816 he took control of the Zulu nation
    $400 25
In contract bridge, bidding & making one of these can get you 1500 points
    $400 10
Some of these primates are ruffed & some of them are ring-tailed
    $500 6
It's the name of the vampire played 20 years apart by Jonathan Frid & Ben Cross
    $500 23
This highly polished leather was once produced by applying several coats of varnish
    $500 17
Called reckless & extravagant, she abdicated at age 27 & left Sweden disguised as a man in 1654
    $500 11
This adjective that means extremely dismal comes from the Latin for "to mourn", lugere

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

Peter Ann Michael
$1,900 $200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Ann Michael
$2,900 $500 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This country's 21 provinces include Honan, Hunan & Yunnan
    $200 26
Texas wasn't the lone state admitted in 1845; it was this "Sunshine State"
    $200 16
Antoine Lavoisier proved that burning & rusting are caused by a union of this element with other chemicals
    $200 1
This aromatic herb, Origanum vulgare, is also known as wild marjoram
    $200 21
They're the 2 cities in Dickens' "A Tale of Two Cities"
    $200 11
In the Edda, the Norse equivalents of this biblical couple are Askr & Embla
    $400 7
This country that stretches from Peru to South America's so. tip has an average width of about 110 miles
    $400 27
The U.S. Naval Academy was founded in this city
    $400 17
In ancient times, this yellow element was burned to fumigate homes
    $400 2
A sharper Hungarian variety of this spice is made by grinding the plant's seeds with the pods
    $400 22
She forced Tom Sawyer to whitewash a fence
    $400 12
After Balder was killed, he was placed on a funeral pyre on one of these & burned at sea
    $600 8
This country's 2 highest mountain peaks are named for James Cook & Abel Tasman
    $600 18
Marguerite Perey named this radioactive element, symbol Fr, after her country
    $600 3
An oil distilled from this herb is a source of menthol
    $600 23
Kurt Vonnegut novel in which Billy Pilgrim "time-trips" between Earth & the planet Tralfamadore
    $600 13
This thunder god's stepson Ullr is a superb skier
    $800 9
Tutuila, on which Pago Pago is located, is the largest island of this territory
    $800 19
The lightest of the halogens, its name is from the Latin for "to flow"
    $800 4
Mace comes from the scarlet membrane that covers this other spice
    DD: $500 24
In "The Scarlet Letter", he's the father of Hester Prynne's daughter Pearl
    $800 14
Andhrimnir is the cook who prepares the bounteous banquets at this hall of the slain
    $1000 10
The highest mountains in Europe are in this range between the Black & Caspian Seas
    $1000 28
John Couch Adams predicted the existence of this outer planet in 1845; it was found in 1846
    DD: $700 20
The Germans call this element Wasserstoff
    $1000 5
This licorice-flavored herb, Foeniculum vulgare, was used by the Romans to promote health
    $1000 25
In "For Whom the Bell Tolls", Pablo leads a guerrilla band with this woman, his wife
    $1000 15
This mischief-maker has several evil offspring, including Jormungandr, a giant serpent

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Ann Michael
$5,700 $2,300 $3,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Since 1952 he's hosted a weekday talk & interview show on Chicago's fine arts radio station WFMT

Final scores:

Peter Ann Michael
$3,599 $50 $7,800
2nd place: Bassett Legend dining room set & Cuthbertson dinnerware 3rd place: Jules Jurgensen ladies' quartz watch New champion: $7,800

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Peter Ann Michael
$6,300 $2,300 $3,900
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
9 R,
3 W
17 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $12,500

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Game tape date: 1993-08-30
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