Super Jeopardy! show #1 - Saturday, June 16, 1990

Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 1.


Ouida Rellstab, a teacher from New Orleans, Louisiana

Steve Rogitz, an operations manager from Torrance, California

Bruce Naegeli, a law librarian from Phoenix, Arizona

Bob Verini, a playwright, actor, and director from New York City, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    200 7
Strait separating Alaska & the Soviet Union
    200 8
Many of these animals forming the Great Barrier Reef are being eaten by crown-of-thorns starfish
    200 6
Title city of 1967 Scott McKenzie hit subtitled "Be Sure To Wear Some Flowers In Your Hair"
    200 26
By its formula you could call this common substance oxygen hydride
    200 1
Shortly after their wedding Ike told her, "My country comes first and always will. You come second."
    200 15
For the 1st time, members of this organization established by JFK are being sent to Poland & Hungary
    400 9
The Ganges & Irrawaddy are among the rivers emptying into this large bay
    400 16
The down this type of duck produces is used to line nests & for jackets, quilts, pillows & sleeping bags
    400 10
In Bobbie Gentry's hit song "Ode To Billie Joe", Billie Joe jumped off this bridge
    400 27
Bronze & brass are examples of this, a mixture of 2 or more metals
    400 2
Barbara Bush & Raisa Gorbachev spoke at the 1990 commencement at this college
    400 18
Ronald Reagan was the star witness at the trial of this former national security advisor
    600 11
Region of France between the Seine & Marne Valleys famous for its soft white cheese
    600 17
This bright green beetle, a major plant pest, was brought to the U.S. from the orient circa 1916
    600 12
"There's a crazy little house beyond the tracks, & ev'rybody calls it" this
    600 28
This gas is the chief constituent of natural gas
    600 3
The cologne worn by this wife of our 4th president is still being marketed
    600 22
The town of Kalapana, Hawaii has been virtually destroyed by lava from this volcano
    800 19
Alpine Pass connecting Innsbruck, Austria & Bolzano, Italy
    800 20
They're the only living members of the mammalian family Proboscidea
    800 13
Of this car, Ronny & The Daytonas sang, "You're really looking fine, 3 deuces & a 4-speed, & a 389"
    800 29
Lampblack consists mostly of this element
    800 4
"Murder in the Rose Garden" is the 7th in a series of mystery novels featuring her as a sleuth
    800 23
1 of the 2 U.S. hostages released in Lebanon in April 1990
    1000 24
With Hercegovina it forms 1 of Yugoslavia's 6 republics
    1000 21
Salamanders called newts when aquatic are called this when terrestrial
    DD: 2,000 14
1861 song that was the basis of the following Elvis Presley hit:

"Love me tender, love me sweet, never let me go /
You have made my life complete..."
    1000 5
Julia Gardiner, the 1st to marry a president while in office, married this Virginian in 1844
    1000 25
She's the Democrat running for governor of Texas in 1990

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Bob Bruce Steve Ouida
1,200 0 1,000 200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Bruce Steve Ouida
3,000 1,000 5,400 1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    500 1
During the winter of 1777, Washington reorganized his army at this site
    500 2
Also called the corium, it's the thicker layer of skin under the epidermis
    500 12
The geometric ratio 3.14159265 is symbolized by this, the 16th letter of the Greek alphabet
    500 18
When viewed from the air, the layout of this capital city looks like an airplane
    500 6
According to the World Almanac, his "Baby and Child Care" is the all-time best selling paperback book
    500 26
This city's Potala Palace was home to Dalai Lamas for over 300 years
    1000 3
At the end of the Revolution currency was so worthless, "not worth" 1 of these became a common phrase
    1000 4
This tube that carries food from throat to stomach is the narrowest part of the digestive tract
    1000 13
This hockey team's logo features a fluke & a "W"
    1000 7
Published in 1985, the 2nd edition of this dictionary costs $2500
    1000 25
This palace facing St. James Park was built for John Sheffield in 1703
    1500 8
The Battle of Bunker Hill occurred on this hill
    1500 5
In humans night blindness is an early sign of a deficiency of this vitamin
    1500 16
The value of this answer in Roman numerals
    1500 9
U.S. historian Allan Nevins is known for his multi-volume works on this war
    1500 24
A palace in Florence has a mural featuring portraits of this ruling family
    2000 14
This brother of explorer William Clark used his own money to feed & pay his soldiers
    2000 21
Harder than bone but softer than enamel, it's the yellowish tissue that makes up the bulk of a tooth
    2000 17
This month's birthstone is turquoise, & its flower, the holly
    2000 10
Her "Boston Cooking-School Cookbook", first published in 1896, is still sold today
    DD: 5,000 23
Al-Nadwa Palace in Amman is home to this King
    2500 15
The Americans took nearly 6,000 prisoners at this N.Y. State battle, called a turning point in the war
    2500 20
The movable lower jaw is the mandible; the fixed upper jaw is called this
    2500 19
Among the symbols in its major arcana are the sun, a hanged man & a fool
    2500 27
Brazil shares borders with all South American countries except for Chile & this one
    DD: 5,000 11
"The History of the Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire" ends in 1453 with the fall of this city
    2500 22
Mary, Queen of Scots, bathed in wine in a small building near this palace

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bob Bruce Steve Ouida
23,000 10,500 9,900 6,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of all the states named after Indian tribes, this one is the farthest west

Final scores:

Bob Bruce Steve Ouida
22,900 0 19,800 0
Semifinalist 4th place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Bob Bruce Steve Ouida
20,500 7,500 11,900 6,900
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
6 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: 46,800

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