Super Jeopardy! show #11 - Saturday, August 25, 1990

Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 9.


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Zeke Sevilla Jr., a lawyer from Vienna, Virginia

Bruce Fauman, an administrator and professor from Vancouver, British Columbia

Jeff Richmond, a law student from West Hollywood, California

Sandy Gore, a corporate consultant from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    200 5
The Sahel is a zone of sparse, grassy vegetation on the edge of this desert
    200 25
G. Depardieu was named best actor at Cannes for playing this swordsman; you might say he won by a nose
    200 21
In “Moby Dick” the narrator begins by telling the reader to call him this
    200 12
On the 2nd Saturday in May this country observes National Windmill Day
    200 2
Light regulator that comes in leaf, rotary & focal-plane types
    200 18
A creamy salad dressing made with raw egg yolk, oil, vinegar or lemon juice & seasonings
    400 6
Among principal mountain ranges in this country are the Wicklow & MacGillicuddy's Reeks
    400 1
Clint Eastwood's role in “White Hunter, Black Heart” was inspired by this director of “The African Queen”
    400 22
C. Auguste Dupin is an amateur detective who appears in 3 of his short stories
    400 13
This N.Y. congresswoman, known for her hats, introduced the bill creating Women's Equality Day
    400 11
Film is coated with light sensitive halides of this metal suspended in gelatin
    400 19
In German it means “lightning war”
    600 8
Associated with Jesus' childhood, this city in lower Galilee is the largest Arab city in Israel
    600 3
2-time Oscar winner who made her feature film debut in “Julia” & played W. Allen's ex in “Manhattan”
    600 20
Nick Adams is the protagonist in many of the short stories in this author's “In Our Time”
    600 14
The earliest date on which this holiday can fall is October 8th
    600 15
This letter is used to designate the aperture of a lens
    600 28
From the Greek, it's a fictitious name used by an author
    800 9
Bishop Albert of Livonia & his crusaders founded this capital of Latvia in 1201
    800 4
Errol Flynn's last film with this frequent leading lady was “They Died With Their Boots On”
    800 23
Edith Wharton's tragic tale of a New England farmer who falls in love with his wife's cousin Mattie
    800 26
Public law 99-54 recognizes “pause for the pledge” as part of this holiday
    DD: 3,000 16
In 1839 he was given an annuity of 6,000 francs for revealing his photographic process
    800 29
The ancient Roman Pont du Gard is an example of this type of bridge built to carry water
    1000 10
Henry Bessemer set up shop in this English town, & it has since become famous for its steel
    1000 7
The first film she starred in after her brief marriage to a prince was 1952's “Affair In Trinidad”
    1000 24
Father of Pearl! He's the minister in Hawthorne's “The Scarlet Letter”
    1000 27
This Jewish holiday begun in 165 B.C. celebrates the purification of the temple of Jerusalem
    1000 17
Photographer of “Moonrise, Hernandez, N.M.”, he was a director of The Sierra Club 1934-71
    1000 30
The city in New York that's home to Vassar College

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

Sandy Jeff Bruce Zeke
1,200 1,000 2,000 3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Jeff Bruce Zeke
4,000 3,200 2,600 7,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    500 2
Legend says this October 8, 1871 event began in a stable at Jefferson & DeKoven Streets in Chicago
    500 29
She was asked to “entice” Samson “and see wherein his great strength lieth”
    500 19
Unlike glaciers, pack ice forms from this type of water
    500 16
He moved back to France from Tahiti in 1893 but returned to the South Seas permanently 2 years later
    500 20
Alas, you don't need an actor to play this character in “Hamlet”; all you need is a skull
    500 3
Among the animals you'll find in this country's Kruger National Park are zebras, lions & giraffes
    1000 4
Andrew Jackson was fighting against 50 ships commanded by Edw. Packenham when he won this 1815 battle
    1000 30
To the devout, this wife of King Ahab represented evil
    1000 18
Greek for whom a theorem about right triangles is named, he was 1 of the 1st to think the Earth is round
    1000 25
In 1505 he was recalled to Rome to make a tomb for the Renaissance Pope Julius II
    1000 21
This historical play dramatizes the events which led to England's break with the Roman Catholic church
    1000 9
This Kenyan capital contains a 44-square-mile national park & game preserve
    1500 5
In 1831 the Anti-Masonic Party held the first of these ever, to prepare for the 1832 election
    1500 28
Though in love with Rachel, Jacob was tricked into marrying this sister first
    1500 17
The quantum theory of electrodynamics explains some phenomena in terms of these, not waves
    DD: 7,000 24
Rockefeller Ctr. destroyed his “Man At The Crossroads” because of a Lenin look-alike in the mural
    1500 22
In this play's first scene, dastardly deeds are done at the tomb of the Andronici
    1500 10
Teide National Park in this Spanish archipelago is located on Tenerife Island
    2000 6
The Platt Amendment of 1901 provided for the withdrawal of U.S. troops from this country
    2000 27
A patron saint of cooks, she was the sister of Lazarus & Mary of Bethany
    2000 7
Any process by which neutral atoms become electrically charged is called this
    2000 23
He painted “The Transfiguration” & for 6 years directed the construction of St. Peter's Church in Rome
    DD: 9,000 15
He has 3 sons-in-law: the Duke of Albany, the Duke of Cornwall & the king of France
    2000 11
1 of 2 South American countries each having a park on its side of Iguacu Falls
    2500 8
William Jennings Bryan was elected to his first public office in this state
    2500 26
While in the land of Midian, he married Zipporah, a daughter of Jethro
    2500 1
2 of the 6 planetary probes launched by the U.S.
    2500 14
This ancient Greek's only surviving original sculpture is “Hermes & Dionysus”
    2500 13
The renouncing of magic in this play is believed to be the bard's symbolic farewell to the stage
    2500 12
This Mexico City park, which antedates Columbus is believed to be the oldest in the Americas

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sandy Jeff Bruce Zeke
20,000 9,700 2,600 14,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

This month was formerly called Quintilis

Final scores:

Sandy Jeff Bruce Zeke
11,799 14,101 5 10,100
2nd place: $5,000 Semifinalist 4th place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sandy Jeff Bruce Zeke
20,000 9,700 2,600 11,900
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
7 R,
2 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: 44,200

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Game tape date: 1990-06-20
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