Show #2647 - Tuesday, February 20, 1996

1996 College Championship semifinal game 2.


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Mark Schmidt, a freshman from Baldwin Wallace College

Bronwyn Bedient, a freshman from University of North Carolina

Bryan Fagan, a junior from Southwest Missouri State University

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
This duo became interested in flying after reading of the 1896 death of gliding pioneer Otto Lilienthal
    $100 9
va. is the traditional abbreviation for this member of the violin family
    $100 1
In 1995 this "Late Show" host published a new "Book of Top Ten Lists and Zesty Local Chicken Recipes"
    $100 19
In April the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in this city was bombed
    $100 6
These tiny fish are a traditional ingredient of Caesar salad & make a popular topping for pizza
    $100 8
The academic costume worn at graduation is commonly called cap and this
    $200 24
As a child this light bulb inventor labeled his chemicals "poison" so his family wouldn't touch them
    $200 10
This "Nutcracker" composer's "Little Russian Symphony" includes Ukrainian folk tunes
    $200 2
He's been nominated for Emmys 7 years in a row for playing Dan on "Roseanne"
    $200 20
In the Philippines, this former first lady ran for congress & won
    $200 7
This chewy roll, often topped with lox & cream cheese, can also be made into chips
    $200 12
With more than 14,000 students, Lisbon University is this country's largest
    $300 26
An artist before he invented the telegraph, he once painted a portrait of fellow inventor Eli Whitney
    $300 11
A symphony for the refrain of a song, or the group of people who might sing it
    $300 3
Jonathan Brandis has spent a lot of time underwater as Lucas Wolenczak on this Spielberg series
    $300 22
In January the government began reintroducing the endangered gray species of these into Yellowstone
    $300 15
Shoyu is the Japanese name for this sauce popular in Japanese cooking
    $300 16
From the Latin for "sister", it's an organization such as Psi Psi Psi
    $400 27
We hope attorney Joshua Pusey "struck" it rich when he developed these in book form
    $400 13
This German known for his "Lullaby" composed his "Academic Festival Overture" in 1880
    $400 4
When "The Late Late Show" debuted in 1995, this star of "Murphy Brown" was Tom Snyder's 1st guest
    $400 23
In a Feb. address, Boris Yeltsin defended the Russian military actions against this breakaway republic
    $400 29
The "German" style of this side dish contains bits of bacon & is sometimes served warm
    $400 17
Christopher Wren graduated from Wadham College at this university in 1651
    $500 28
Born in the 1860s, he produced a plethora of peanut products, including ink & soap
    $500 14
As a musical direction, piano means "soft" & this longer word means "very soft"
    $500 5
In 1995 this member of Wilson Phillips became host of her own talk show
    $500 25
Ian Ballantine, who founded 3 major ones of these in the U.S. passed away in March at age 79
    $500 30
To hide discoloration, the shell of this nut is often dyed red
    DD: $1,500 18
The 2 Ivy League universities that you should file under the letter C

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

Bryan Bronwyn Mark
$800 $2,300 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Bryan Bronwyn Mark
$4,900 $2,200 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 24
This long tendon helps the foot pivot at the ankle
    $200 13
On Oct. 12, 1492 he wrote, "This afternoon the people of San Salvador came swimming to our ships"
    $200 2
This "Robinson Crusoe" author's novel "Roxana" is about the daughter of Huguenot refugees
    $200 1
After this man's death in 632, Abu Bakr became the first caliph of Islam
    $200 7
This swamp region in southern Florida extends from Lake Okeechobee to the Gulf of Mexico
    $200 29
The vote for independence happened on this date in 1776, 2 days earlier than most people think
    $400 25
In 1921 researchers isolated this hormone used to treat diabetic patients
    $400 14
When he arrived at the Pacific Ocean Sept. 29, 1513, he named the site the Gulf of San Miguel
    $400 3
"Wide Sargasso Sea", a 1966 prequel to this Bronte novel, tells the story of the first Mrs. Rochester
    $400 9
In 1882 the Japanese government divided this religion into state & sectarian forms
    $400 8
The Dubuque Hills are in both Illinois & this state to the west
    $400 30
This signer is quoted, "There! John Bull can read my name without spectacles"
    $600 26
This small triangular bone, also called the kneecap, protects the knee joint
    $600 15
The first voyage of his ship the Calypso was a 1952 trip to the Red Sea
    $600 4
Nick Carraway is Daisy Buchanan's distant cousin in this F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
    $600 17
On Oct. 19, 1512 he was awarded a doctorate of theology by the University of Wittenberg
    $600 10
Philadelphia is a leading U.S. port because of its location on this river
    $600 21
The number of the Continental Congress that adopted the Declaration
    DD: $2,000 28
The name of these 4 large veins comes from the Latin for "collarbone"
    $800 16
Father Aguilar, who knew Spanish & Maya, & Dona Marina, who knew Maya & Nahuatl, served as his interpreters
    $800 5
Wackford Squeers is the horrible headmaster of Dotheboys Hall in his novel "Nicholas Nickleby"
    $800 19
The Mahayana form of this religion is dominant in Vietnam
    $800 11
At 6,643 feet, Clingman's Dome in the Great Smoky Mountains is this state's highest point
    $800 22
Signers' first names included
6 Williams,
6 Georges,
1 Button &
1 of these,
a Mr. Gerry
    $1000 27
Emphysema destroys the walls of these tiny air sacs in the lungs
    $1000 18
In 1497 Bartolomeu Dias accompanied him on part of his journey around Africa to India
    DD: $3,042 6
Flem Snopes' stepdaughter Linda is the heroine of "The Mansion", the 3rd novel in his Snopes trilogy
    $1000 20
Since 1179 popes in the Catholic church have been elected by this group
    $1000 12
1 of 3 states bordering Nebraska's western panhandle
    $1000 23
He said Jefferson wanted him to write the first draft, but Jefferson didn't remember it that way

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Bryan Bronwyn Mark
$14,942 $2,800 $1,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1947 Bernard Baruch told the Senate, "We are in the midst of" one of these "which is getting warmer"

Final scores:

Bryan Bronwyn Mark
$14,955 $0 $2,000
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Bryan Bronwyn Mark
$11,900 $2,800 $3,000
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
4 W
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,700

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Game tape date: 1996-01-10
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