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    $600 28
Ultraviolet light from the sun hitting sterols in the skin produces this vitamin
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Show #2059 - Thursday, July 15, 1993

1993 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Bob McClary, a retired photographer from San Francisco, California

David Chasman, a retired film executive from Beverly Hills, California

Barbara Broerman, a physician from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
GOLDEN OLDIES
FURNITURE
DANCE
POTENT POTABLES
FILE UNDER "F"
    $100 6
Kaolin is a fine, white type of this material used for ceramics
    $100 11
This performer had a No. 1 Hit with "Love Letters in the Sand" due to its inclusion in the film "Bernadine"
    $100 14
A fourposter bed often has one of these coverings suspended from its posts
    $100 1
This syncopated dance was probably named for Vaudeville star Harry Fox
    $100 20
This margarita ingredient is sometimes called "cactus whiskey"
    $100 25
Goethe was born in this German city, the original home of the Rothschilds
    $200 7
The adjective used to describe things having to do with this planet is Jovian
    $200 12
In November 1969 "Suspicious Minds" became the last of this performer's 18 No. 1 Hits
    $200 15
This writing desk topped by a bookcase shares its name with an office worker
    $200 2
The Academic American Encyclopedia's article on this dance says: "See Strauss family"
    $200 21
In a gin and it cocktail, the "it" is the sweet Italian variety of this
    $200 26
This vision defect is also called hyperopia
    $300 8
This unit of relative sound intensity is equal to 1/10 of a bel
    $300 13
In 1958 The Monotones sang, "I wonder, wonder who, who wrote" this
    $300 16
Credence is another name for this piece of furniture better known by its Italian name
    $300 3
Though the samba is called a Brazilian dance, its origins can be traced to this continent
    $300 22
Cointreau & triple sec both have this fruit flavor
    $300 27
An infallible scheme is described as this
    $400 9
This partition that separates the abdominal & chest cavities is made up of muscles & tendons
    $400 19
In "Ode to Billy Joe", Billy Joe McAllister jumps off this Mississippi bridge
    $400 17
The minimalist style known as desornamentado originated in this country during the Renaissance
    $400 4
The Huapango, a fast-paced dance for couples, is named for a town near Veracruz in this country
    $400 23
Many consider the dry fino type of this fortified wine the world's finest
    DD: $500 28
Contrary to this battle cry, the Oregon border was set at 49° n. in 1846
    $500 10
By definition, hydroponics is the growing of plants without this
    $500 30
Marty Robbins song containing the line "Nighttime would find me in Rosa's cantina"
    $500 18
Walnut furniture with cabriole legs typifies the style named for this queen who reigned from 1702 to 1714
    $500 5
A swing dance that resembles a square dance, or a gigantic granny smith
    $500 24
It's the "rock" in rock & rye
    $500 29
Alvin Toffler's 2-word phrase for the inability to cope with rapid technological change

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

Barbara David Bob
$1,600 $1,500 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara David Bob
$2,800 $2,500 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WRITERS
CIVIL WAR NICKNAMES
ASIAN CAPITALS
VOCABULARY
NUTRITION
POISONED
    $200 1
This horror writer's title char. "Dolores Claiborne" admits that she murdered her husband
    $200 22
"Invicible Stonewall's last name
    $200 6
The Ming rulers gave this city its name, which means "northern capital"
    $200 11
"To flourish" originally pertained to the blooming of this
    $200 21
Like olive oil, avocados contain the monounsaturated type of this
    $200 16
Tradition says it was the source of the poison that ended Cleopatra's life
    $400 2
Hume Cronyn co-wrote scripts for 2 of this director's films, "Under Suspicion" & "Rope"
    $400 23
During the war this "Wild" man of the old west was a Union spy
    $400 7
Almost 25% of South Korea's population resides in this capital
    $400 12
An ampere is a unit of electric current; an ampersand is a symbol for this
    $400 27
Most of this lipid in the blood is made by the liver or is absorbed from foods like eggs
    $400 17
Paris shot him in the heel with a poisoned arrow
    $600 3
She wrote a series of short stories about a traveling saleswoman several years before "So Big"
    $600 24
Col. John Mosby was known as this color "Ghost"; it helps if you know which side he was on
    $600 8
Memorabilia from Gandhi's life can be found at the Gandhi National Museum & Library in this capital
    $600 13
This synonym for bubbly has the same root as the word fervent
    $600 28
Ultraviolet light from the sun hitting sterols in the skin produces this vitamin
    $600 18
Artaxerxes III's reign of terror in this country ended in 338 B.C. when he was poisoned by 1 of his ministers
    $800 4
He gave readers a choice of alternate endings in "The French Lieutenant's Woman"
    $800 25
Because he signed his name "F. Lee", General Fitzhugh Lee earned this "insect" nickname
    $800 9
Mongolia's largest city, it was founded in 1639 as Lamaist monastery
    $800 14
An aubade is a musical piece performed in the morning & this is one played under a window at night
    $800 29
This mineral is essential for the production of certain enzymes as well as hemoglobin
    $800 19
This country's Haakon III may have been poisoned under orders of his Swedish stepmother
    $1000 5
He wrote about Navajos who turn away from their people & practice witchcraft in "Skinwalkers"
    $1000 26
This guerrilla leader who sacked Lawrence, Kansas has been called "The bloodiest man in American history"
    DD: $3,000 10
King Rama I built this city's Grand Palace, which contains the Temple of the Emerald Buddha
    $1000 15
It once referred to a street cleaner, now it means any animal that feeds on decaying matter
    DD: $2,000 30
About 20 of these make up human proteins; about 1/2 are "nonessential" because the body can make them
    $1000 20
This Russian "monk" was poisoned—didn't work; shot—didn't work; then drowned—we think it worked

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Barbara David Bob
$12,000 $2,700 $8,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THEATRES
Martha Graham & The Wallendas were among the acts featured on the opening night of this 6200-seat theatre 12/27/32

Final scores:

Barbara David Bob
$9,000 $0 $8,800
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Barbara David Bob
$10,000 $2,700 $7,700
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
13 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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