Show #1790 - Friday, May 15, 1992

1992 College Championship final game 2.


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Billy Baxter, a senior from the College of William & Mary (subtotal of $9,800)

Stephanie Leveene, a senior from the University of Delaware (subtotal of $11,900)

Nick Jungman, a sophomore from the University of Oklahoma (subtotal of $10,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1997 this British crown colony will become a special administrative region of China
    $100 29
When Nick Nolte won for this film, he thanked his director, Barbra Streisand -- what a "prince"
    $100 28
Some 19th century papier mache furniture was painted & then inlaid with mother-of-this
    $100 30
The Skye breed of this dog is known for its alertness
    $100 6
Gustav Mahler was treated for severe mental stress by this noted Austrian psychoanalyst
    $100 25
It's often found in front of "marine sandwich"
    $200 2
Zambia and Zimbabwe used to be Northern & Southern this
    $200 24
Jodie Foster was far from "silent" when she won for this film: she said, "I can't stop laughing"
    $200 27
A torchiere is a standing one of these that often has an inverted bowl shade
    $200 26
The Afghan hunts by this sense, not by smell
    $200 7
Franz Werfel's most famous novel is "The Song of" this young girl of Lourdes
    $200 23
Helico- refers to a spiral & helio- to this
    $300 3
Ponce is the chief Caribbean port of this island once ruled by Ponce de Leon
    $300 13
When he won for directing "Bugsy", he thanked Annette Bening, the mother of his new baby
    $300 16
It isn't "hard" to come up with this other name for a grandfather chair
    $300 21
Of the Brussels Dragon, the Brussels Unicorn or the Brussels Griffon, the one that's a dog
    $300 8
At the 1992 Olympics, sisters Doris & Angelika Neuner took the gold & silver in this sport lying down
    $300 22
Tetra-, as seen in the words tetrapod & tetralogy, refers to this number
    DD: $500 4
This Canadian Maritime province was named after the native land of England's James I
    $400 12
Directing winner Oliver Stone said he hopes this film prompts the FBI to open its secret files
    $400 15
The gateleg style of this piece of furniture is a variation of the drop-leaf one
    $400 20
One of these dogs rescued 40 people lost in the snow in Switzerland around 1800
    $400 11
Between 1856 &1863 this monk tested at least 5,000 pea plants
    $400 18
The prefixes hem-, haem-, haemo- & hemo- all refer to this
    $500 5
1 of the 4 countries on the continent of Africa whose name starts with "B"
    $500 9
Beau Bridges made a pitch for gun control when he won for his TV role as this Reagan press spokesman
    $500 14
Born circa 1718, this English cabinetmaker was a "chip" off the old block: his father made furniture, too
    $500 19
Several breeds were crossed to develop the giant schnauzer, including this "great" dog
    $500 10
This emperor's brother was killed in Mexico in 1867 & his wife was assassinated in 1898
    $500 17
It comes before "light", "sound" & "violet"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Nick Stephanie Billy
$1,400 $500 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$2,200 $3,500 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 20
By definition an anaerobe is an organism that lives in an environment free of this element
    $200 30
This singer cut his "Black Or White" video after complaints it was lewd & too violent
    $200 27
This musical direction is sometimes abbreviated stacc.
    $200 28
This Pennsylvania capital was previously called Louisbourg, after Louis XVI
    $200 17
"Martin" was one of the other poems in his 1914 collection "Trees and Other Poems"
    $200 29
In 1989 accidents on this exercise apparatus "bounced" nearly 16,000 people to the hospital
    $400 21
The Gutenberg Discontinuity is the boundary that separates the core from this part of the earth
    $400 19
In January 1992 this former first lady announced her candidacy for president of the Philippines
    $400 6
Solmization is the system of representing these by syllables instead of letters
    $400 25
It was chosen as a state capital in 1837, the same year Lincoln moved there
    $400 16
Rupert Brooke wrote, "there's some corner of a foreign field that is for ever" this country
    $400 26
Until 1967 it was illegal to teach this theory in Tennessee public schools
    $600 22
From its Latin name argentum, Ag is the chemical symbol for this metallic element
    $600 12
This author of the smash bestseller "Roots" died in 1992 at age 70
    $600 5
Italian for "in chapel style", it has come to mean singing without instrumental accompaniment
    DD: $2,500 10
Named for a city in France, it's located in the Green Mountains on the upper Winooski River
    $600 15
Longfellow wrote, "There was a little girl who had" one of these "right in the middle of her forehead"
    $600 7
You'll often find Alfred E. Neuman on the cover of this magazine
    $800 23
It's the solid part of the earth as distinguished from the atmosphere & hydrosphere
    $800 11
Croatia & Slovenia, former parts of this country, were recognized by the Euro. Community as ind. states
    $800 4
A musical composition that accompanies a procession; funeral ones are played in slow tempo
    $800 9
This city, not Richmond, is where you can find the first White House of the Confederacy
    DD: $1,000 14
In this poem, T.S. Eliot wrote, "I should have been a pair of ragged claws"
    $800 1
In 1779 this Virginia college became the 1st in the U.S. to offer professional training in law
    $1000 24
In 1979 it was discovered that this genetic structure spirals to the left, not to the right as once believed
    $1000 18
In 1991 reformer Ron Carey became the first directly elected president of this transportation union
    $1000 3
This French term that means "improvised" often refers to a piano piece that sounds improvised
    $1000 8
Centennial Park in this southern capital contains a full-scale replica of the Parthenon
    $1000 13
In "Harlem" he asked, "What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun?"
    $1000 2
In 1977 John Neumann, a bishop of Philadelphia, became the first American male to be made this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$3,400 $9,900 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

John Alden was the last surviving signer of this

Final scores:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$6,800 $4,900 $16,400

Cumulative scores:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$16,800 $16,800 $26,200
2nd runner-up: $16,800 1st runner-up: $16,800 Tournament champion: $26,200 and a trophy

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$3,300 $9,700 $6,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 1992-03-09
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