Show #3162 - Tuesday, May 5, 1998

1998 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.
From Zellerbach Auditorium at the University of California-Berkeley.


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Kristen Page, a junior at Mary Washington College from Vienna, Virginia

Sub Stockman, a freshman at the University of Pennsylvania from Alma, Missouri

Leslie Cooper, a sophomore at the University of Southern California from Inglewood, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Something you're all familiar with... we'll give you the synopsis, you identify the work for me.)
    $100 17
Lots of Lutherans live there; its parliament is the Folketing; its royal library is in Copenhagen
    $100 12
Our internet address, also known as this type of name, is
    $100 24
As head coach, he puts the Indiana Pacers through their paces
    $100 2
Unlucky Cuban fisherman catches huge fish; sharks eat it
    $100 1
His 1982 album "Thriller" spawned the No. 1 hits "Beat It" & "Billie Jean"
    $100 7
The common name for the robe you wear with a cap when you graduate
    $200 18
Some locals eat a fruit called tuna; it's the home base of the Lima Times; llamas live there
    $200 21
Baseball term used for a visit to a web page; gets 14.7 million per week
    $200 25
The last man she divorced was Larry Fortensky
    $200 3
Greek sailor wanders around for 10 years & finally finds his way home; his wife isn't angry
    $200 8
Andre Young is better known as this influential "physician" of rap
    $200 13
This term for the "A" or "B" you make in a course is from the Latin for "degree"
    $300 19
Goat is served as an entree; Spanish Town is the former capital; it's home to the Reggae Sunfest
    $300 23 has this hypertext connection to a page where you can play "Jeopardy!" online
    $300 26
Plumbing-supply wholesaler Moe Gorelick is the father of this bestselling saxophonist
    $300 4
Bad day for a wedding: Jane's fiancee is already married, and his wife is nuts!
    $300 9
Noted singer & tour organizer heard here
    $300 14
From the Greek for "letter folded double", it's the document presented to a graduate
    $400 20
It's a republic; it's in Africa; it has a tusk material in its name
    $400 29
Netscape makes this type of client software used to access & navigate web pages like
    $400 27
Alisan Porter was "Curly Sue" in 1991 & this child star was "Curly Top" in 1935
    $400 5
Socrates & pals hang around Cephalus' house talking about the ideal state... & talking... & talking
    $400 10
Despite its name, this group seen here is better known for its music than its encounters with the police
    $400 15
Add 3 letters to a synonym for "ailing" to get this word for a small campus hospital
    DD: $600 22
It grows a lot of barley; its national anthem is "Long Live The King"; it's ruled by the man seen here
(King Hussein)
    $500 30
Unsolicited junk e-mail is called this, the name of a Hormel canned meat
    $500 28
Bart Simpson might phone this establishment & page "Ringing, first name Isabelle"
    $500 6
Leopold makes breakfast, walks around Dublin all day; goes home; goes to bed
    $500 11
In 1995 Montell Jordan had a No. 1 pop & R&B hit with "this"
    $500 16
3-letter term for the head of a British college or the head of a Mafia family

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Leslie Sub Kristen
$1,200 $200 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Sub Kristen
$2,200 $1,600 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
Thomas Midgley, who put lead into gasoline, introduced this now banned refrigerant in 1930
    $200 18
A golden age of Jewish culture began in the 10th C. under these people who ruled Spain
    $200 3
Sarah Tueting & Cammi Granato were 2 of the heroines of this triumphant U.S. team
    $200 6
The mallard is one of the most widespread wild species of this bird
    $200 2
In "Scream", this actress seen here was the first to scream
    $200 1
An abecedarian is a person who's learning this, a necessity for "Wheel of Fortune"
    $400 29
In 1931, to produce this fiber, Wallace Carothers heated hexamethylene diamine & adipic acid
    $400 19
Now a term for an urban minority area, this word originally referred to an area set aside for medieval Jews
    $400 17
Chris Thorpe & Gordy Shear went horizontal to win the USA's first silver medal in this event
    $400 13
The name of this talkative bird seen here can be spelled with or without an "H" at the end
    $400 4
"I want my work to scare you to death", said this buff little actress & vampire slayer
    $400 5
These socks with a diamond-shaped pattern are fit for a duke
    $600 28
Studying "on the rocks" of northern Europe, Jean Louis Agassiz developed the idea of this "age"
    $600 20
In 1994 a bomb killed 96 at a Jewish community center in this S. American city where Eichmann once lived
    $600 23
Perhaps afraid of being shot by mistake, officials stopped this event due to fog & snow
    $600 14
This genus of woodpecker includes the red-breasted & the yellow-bellied types
    $600 7
This former movie "Batman" is a distant cousin of the poet who wrote "Trees"
    DD: $300 8
It's a place where bees are kept, though it sounds like a home for gorillas
    $800 27
The "scope" of his career covers classifying galaxies by type & a constant on how fast they're receding
    $800 21
Biblical Palestine was divided into Israel & this kingdom named for one of Jacob's sons
    $800 24
Beaten out by Ilya Kulik, this Canadian left the building with a silver medal in figure skating
    $800 15
The toulouse, a breed of this bird, is especially popular at Christmas
    $800 11
He plays the snidely sarcastic Dennis on "Just Shoot Me!"--what a card!
    $800 9
Your nose knows this adjective means shaped like an eagle's beak
    DD: $800 26
The story goes, when asked to determine if King Hieron's crown was pure gold, this man figured out how to do it
    $1000 22
The first congress of this movement met in 1897; its goal of Israeli statehood was achieved in 1948
    $1000 25
Cross-country skier Bjorn Daehlie of this country won 3 golds, making him the Winter Games all-time leader
    $1000 16
In falconry, the terms falcon & tercel traditionally apply to the female & male of this species
    $1000 12
This actor has won 2 Tonys for "Brighton Beach Memoirs" & for the show ("How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying") in which he sang the following
    $1000 10
In "Paradise Regained", Milton called this European capital the "Mother of arts and eloquence"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leslie Sub Kristen
$1,800 $3,900 $6,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1883 he wrote, "Your true pilot cares nothing about anything on Earth but the river"

Final scores:

Leslie Sub Kristen
$0 $0 $7,801
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leslie Sub Kristen
$2,600 $4,800 $6,500
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $13,900

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