I added 7/10/92: http://www.j-archive.com/showgame.php?game_id=6785
Player pics of Lucy Schilling, Lois Rosenfeld and Pete Goodman:
Ugly game and amazing it produced two semifinalists. All six of the players bounced early had the chance to be above the needed $2000 though of course they could not know that would make WC4.
1991 & 2020 miss for me on the FJ! clue as I was not about to recall this clue:
#5630, aired 2009-02-13 WOMEN OF THE WORLD $400: This British dame, Rudolf Nureyev's dance partner, was married to a Panamanian diplomat
I guessed that famous fruit hat lady.
Seven clues left is a lot for a QF game, but in this case it probably does not change any results.
Leszek and Jerome were fine with the delay of the GREGORY category having it fall to the TofC as they got two each with Bruce getting the other one:
#1889, aired 1992-11-19 POPES NAMED GREGORY $200: Gregory I's name lives on in this musical form
#1889, aired 1992-11-19 POPES NAMED GREGORY $400: Gregory XIII is famous for his revision of this in 1582
#1889, aired 1992-11-19 POPES NAMED GREGORY $600: Not even a member of the priesthood, Gregory X was on one of these with Edward I when elected
#1889, aired 1992-11-19 POPES NAMED GREGORY $800: In September 1376, Gregory XI moved the papacy from this city back to Rome
#1889, aired 1992-11-19 POPES NAMED GREGORY $1000: Gregory XV canonized Teresa of Avila and this man of Loyola, among others