Show #2650 - Friday, February 23, 1996

1996 College Championship final game 2.


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Vandana Madhavan, a sophomore from Harvard University (subtotal of $9,100)

Bryan Fagan, a junior from Southwest Missouri State University (subtotal of $1,999)

Shane Whitlock, a junior from the University of Arkansas (subtotal of $20,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 14
General George B. McClellan's favorite one of these animals was named after Daniel Webster
    $100 11
People with new shows of this type in 1995 included Danny Bonaduce & Tempestt Bledsoe
    $100 21
This French engineer best known for his tower designed a 525-foot bridge over the Douro River
    $100 26
As its name implies, this decoration should be placed in the middle of the table
    $100 1
The land of Goshen was in this country, from which the Jews were led in Exodus
    $100 3
Holiday yule have off
    $200 15
At the war's end, a reward of $100,000 was offered for the capture of this Confederate president
    DD: $1,000 12
He played the title role in the series with the following theme:
    $200 22
As of July 1995 more than 1,000 people had jumped from this San Francisco span
    $200 27
In the past proper tennis attire was this color
    $200 2
Nehemiah 12 covers the celebration on dedicating the wall of this central city of Israel
    $200 4
Grounds for a college
    $300 18
Many soldiers wore a havelock, with a flap hanging down the back, over this item of apparel
    $300 13
Last name of the 3 real brothers who star on "Brotherly Love"
    $300 23
Before a permanent bridge was built across this river in the 1840s, ice sometimes cut off Buda from Pest
    $300 28
Never fly this national symbol upside-down except as a distress signal
    $300 5
This patriarch bought Machpelah in Canaan & he & his family, including his wife Sarah, are buried there
    $300 7
Element-ary subject
    $400 19
Belle Boyd worked as a spy for Stonewall Jackson during his 1862 campaign in this Virginia valley
    $400 16
On this series Tea Leoni stars as Nora Wilde, tabloid photographer
    $400 24
O.H. Ammann designed this bridge that connects Manhattan with Fort Lee, N.J.
    $400 29
A letter to Prince Charles should be addressed to H.R.H. The Prince of Wales; H.R.H. stands for this
    $400 6
The modern term for this area on the east coast of the Mediterranean is from the ancient "Land of the Philistines"
    $400 8
2-year college
    $500 20
This prison camp was designed to hold 10,000, but at one time 33,000 soldiers were incarcerated there
    $500 17
On Tuesday nights ABC advises "viewer discretion" before this Steven Bochco cop show
    $500 25
Bruges in this country derives its name from a bridge built there by the Romans
    $500 30
Serve this expensive sturgeon roe treat in a small bowl inside a larger bowl lined with ice
    $500 9
Jesus taught in a synagogue in Capernaum, a city on this "sea"
    $500 10
Degree ceremony

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

Shane Bryan Vandana
$2,600 $900 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Bryan Vandana
$4,600 $2,200 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
These paired openings of the nasal cavity are also called nares
    $200 4
The ice cap that covers this largest island has an average thickness of about 5,000 feet
    $200 13
Riemenschneider sculpted this first biblical couple for a chapel in Wurzburg, Germany
    $200 19
This group headquartered in Washington, D.C. was founded in 1888 by 33 explorers & scientists
    $200 9
Grolier says this great king of Macedonia was the first monarch to be called "Great"
    $200 26
Moritz Schlick led the group in this Austrian capital that founded the logical positivist school
    $400 2
Tetracycline is a broad-spectrum type of this drug, since it's effective against a wide variety of bacteria
    $400 5
This largest Japanese island is connected to Hokkaido, Kyushu & Shikoku by bridges & tunnels
    $400 17
He once said he ate the same soup lunch every day for 20 years; that's why he painted soup cans
    $400 22
The International Red Cross is headquartered in this city
    $400 10
Searching for wealth & the Fountain of Youth, he landed in what's now Florida April 2, 1513
    $400 27
At times this, the study & existence of God, has been considered part of metaphysics
    $600 3
This partially decomposed plant material that forms in bogs is the first step in coal formation
    $600 6
This Chilean dependency in the Pacific has many statues, but no rivers or streams
    $600 18
This Dutchman painted landscapes of olive trees & cypresses while at the asylum of St.-Remy
    $600 23
Volunteers in this U.S. agency established in 1961 live & work in other countries to improve living conditions
    $600 14
This Babylonian is said to have received his code from the sun god Shumash
    DD: $1,500 28
This branch of philosophy concerned with conduct & character is also called moral philosophy
    $800 11
Parthenogenesis is the development of an individual from an egg that has not undergone this process
    $800 7
This island off Africa's east coast is said to be home to half the world's species of chameleons
    $800 20
In 1902 this artist painted "The Path" in his own "Garden of Giverny"
    $800 24
"Hypertension" & "Stroke" are monthly publications of this association
    DD: $1,000 15
This Mexican army officer & dictator lost a leg while fighting the French at Veracruz in 1838
    $800 29
The name of this, the belief that pleasure is the highest good of life, comes from Greek for "pleasure"
    $1000 12
Pelagic animals & plants are divided into 2 groups: nekton, which are free swimming, & these, which drift
    $1000 8
In 1733 Denmark acquired St. Croix in this island group from France
    $1000 21
David Siqueiros, Jose Clemente Orozco & most famously this artist led the Mexican muralist movement
    $1000 25
This NYC dance company's directors have included Lucia Chase, Kevin McKenzie & Mikhail Baryshnikov
    $1000 16
On April 7, 1831 5-year-old Pedro II became emperor of this South American country
    $1000 30
The study of beauty is a central concern of this branch of philosophy, the newest branch with its own name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Bryan Vandana
$11,400 $5,600 $8,800
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1941 & 1942 he served as a photo-muralist for the Department of the Interior

Final scores:

Shane Bryan Vandana
$12,800 $11,200 $11,900

Cumulative scores:

Shane Bryan Vandana
$32,800 $13,199 $21,000
Tournament champion: $32,800 + 1996 Volvo 850 Turbo Sports Sedan 2nd runner-up: $13,199 1st runner-up: $21,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Shane Bryan Vandana
$10,400 $5,600 $7,900
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
17 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,900

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Game tape date: 1996-01-10
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