Show #2057 - Tuesday, July 13, 1993

1993 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


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Hugh Murphy, a bank officer from Hockessin, Delaware

Marilyn Kneeland, a retired teacher from San Diego, California

Will Herrera, a retired airline pilot originally from Pueblo, Colorado

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Get it?)
    $100 1
Carson City, Nevada was named for this frontier scout-- scout's honor
    $100 6
Bandleader brothers who played themselves in the musical bio "The Fabulous Dorseys"
    $100 16
Baked beans & steamed brown bread are a famous combination from this New England city
    $100 25
This southern California newspaper is the flagship paper in the Times Mirror chain
    $100 11
The Shadow knows that this shadow seeker is a marmot
    $100 12
A sign that says "Chiens interdits" means these pets are not allowed
    $200 2
You'll find the Menninger Clinic in this Kansas City
    $200 7
Lee Remick made her film debut as this actor's wife in "A Face in the Crowd" before he moved to Mayberry
    $200 19
This sauce is the traditional topping for eggs Benedict
    $200 26
This gasoline chain's former song begins, "You can trust your car to the man who wears the star"
    $200 15
Its pond lodge may have a shredded-bark carpet & several entranceways
    $200 13
The French word for this nationality is Irlandaise
    $300 3
The Eagle Gate in this capital city was once the entrance to Brigham Young's estate
    $300 8
Ads for "Viva Las Vegas" called her "That 'bye-bye' gal", a reference to "Bye Bye Birdie"
    $300 20
Before making bread, bakers usually "proof" this leavening agent to see if it's alive
    $300 27
Rumor has it Wendy's founder Dave Thomas told this man to open a "chicken only" restaurant chain
    $300 21
It's name comes from the French for "honeycomb" & it honeycombs the ground with its burrows
    $300 14
If you want to buy this sports equipment, ask for les skis nautiques
    $400 4
This state capital of New Mexico is nicknamed "The City Different"
    $400 9
John Wayne & Montgomery Clift hit the Chisholm Trail & each other in this western named for a river
    $400 23
These bivalves should have their beards removed before cooking
    $400 28
This major grocery chain began in 1859 when 2 men set up shop on the New York docks to sell tea
    $400 22
Wood rats are also known by this name because they collect shiny objects for their nests
    $400 17
The sky is le ciel, & this phenomenon seen in the sky is l'arc-en-ciel
    $500 5
It's the capital of the Sooner State
    DD: $500 10
J.D. Salinger wrote the story on which this Susan Hayward film with the following theme was based:
    $500 24
Used in Middle Eastern cooking, tahini is a paste made of these seeds
    $500 29
The largest U.S. drugstore chain in terms of sales, it used to be known for its soda fountains
    $500 30
In one downward leap one of these rodents may glide for over 150 feet
    $500 18
If you want to know who's doing this at a concert, ask, "Qui chante?"

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

Will Marilyn Hugh
$600 $2,100 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Will Marilyn Hugh
$1,700 $4,600 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 17
Explorer Bartholomew Gosnold gave this Massachusetts cape its "fishy" name
    $200 15
Because they believed in an afterlife, these people mummified animals as well as pharaohs
    $200 14
A 1992 study revealed that for an average adult this is 98.2°, not 98.6° as long believed
    $200 9
Thought to have been designed by an American, Chile's flag features these 3 colors
    $200 3
The name shared by Claudio's beloved in "Measure for Measure" & Romeo's beloved in another play
    $200 1
Hey, Vern! Vern is short for this name that means "youthful" or "springlike"
    $400 18
Legend says Caribbean Indians told him about the Fountain of Youth, for which he explored Florida
    $400 23
The people of this empire centered in the valley of Mexico worshipped a corn god named Centeotl
    $400 16
Scarlatina is another name for this illness characterized by a rash & "strawberry tongue"
    $400 10
Appropriately, it's the type of tree found on Lebanon's flag
    $400 5
Of Laertes, Claudius or Polonius, the one who's Hamlet's stepfather
    $400 2
The English name Jennifer comes from the name of this Arthurian queen
    $600 19
Fridtjof Nansen was the first to ski across this largest island in the world
    DD: $2,000 24
This leader of the Reformation wrote the famous hymn "A Mighty Fortress is Our God"
    $600 22
For women over 50, the American Cancer Society recommends having this breast exam once a year
    $600 11
Israel's coat of arms shows a menorah & its state flag shows this symbol
    $600 8
The sails of her barge were "so perfumed that the winds were love-sick with them"
    $600 4
From the Greek meaning "of Dionysius", it's a great name for a "menace"
    $800 20
Ibn Battutah, who visited almost all Muslim countries in the 14th century, began with a pilgrimage here
    $800 25
The name of these ancient Celtic priests may be derived from daur, an old Irish word for "oak tree"
    DD: $2,000 26
In 1902 Dr. Eugene Opie established that this disorder results from damage to the pancreatic tissue
    $800 27
The Union Jack of the U.K. combines the crosses of St. Andrew, St. Patrick & this saint
    $800 12
His last speech begins, "I will not yield, to kiss the ground before young Malcolm's feet"
    $800 6
This female name means "young & verdant", as Daphnis could have told you
    $1000 21
This Norwegian established a shipping business with funds from his conquest of the South Pole
    $1000 28
This late Archbishop of New York became a cardinal in 1946
    $1000 29
Many people omit raw eggs from their diet because they're known to cause this type of food poisoning.
    $1000 30
Once part of the United Arab Republic, this country adopted the republic's flag in 1980
    $1000 13
One of this title character's last lines is "Strike a free march to Troy!"
    $1000 7
Many women named this are nicknamed Trixie, though Dante's beloved probably wasn't

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Will Marilyn Hugh
$5,300 $11,600 $7,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

He used his fishing boat, the Pilar, for counter-intelligence work during World War II

Final scores:

Will Marilyn Hugh
$10,300 $12,600 $10,010
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Will Marilyn Hugh
$4,100 $10,200 $7,700
12 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1993-03-01
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