Show #1095 - Friday, May 12, 1989

1989 College Championship quarterfinal game 5.


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Paula Ashbaugh, a junior from Michigan State University

David Nieporent, a freshman from Princeton University

Jason Moore, a freshman from USC

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
In the late 1400s Torquemada was confessor to this Spanish queen before he led the Inquisition
    $100 13
This toy is made of 67 ft. of wire twisted into about 92 coils -- & that's all
    $100 18
The Soviet Union's largest library is named after this man, so he has tomes & a tomb in Moscow
    $100 6
Types of these include bass, snare & kettle
    $100 1
She was bottled in Baghdad some 2,000 years ago by the Blue Djin
    $100 22
It's an enclosure for rabbits, as Starsky could tell you
    $200 9
This series of holy wars against the Muslims led to establishment of trade with the Middle East
    $200 14
A six-pointed piece of metal that's picked up between bounces of a rubber ball
    $200 20
Dedicated in 1981, this presidential library is located at the University Michigan
    $200 7
Most pianos have a "damper" one on the right & a "soft" on the left
    $200 2
On The Addams Family, this long-haired cousin hung around in the chimney
    $200 23
Despite its name, the jack rabbit isn't a true rabbit, it's one of these
    $300 10
When this Mongol conqueror was a little boy, his father, Yesugei, was poisoned by Tartars
    $300 15
Toy company that introduced the plastic Frisbee in 1957
    $300 21
The James Madison Memorial Building is the largest of the 3 Capitol Hill buildings housing this library
    $300 19
Stephen Foster wrote, "I come from Alabama with" this instrument "on my knee"
    $300 3
Working for Bill Davis, Giles French acted as nanny to Cissy & these twins
    $300 26
This English author created Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny & the Flopsey Bunnies
    $400 11
Hitler's WWII effort to regain the port of Antwerp; it's also fought by those who gain too many lbs.
    $400 16
A.C. Gilbert got the idea for this toy while watching a high-tension tower being built
    $400 25
With over 80 branches & more than 11 million volumes, it's the largest public library system in the U.S.
    $400 24
The piccolo is the smallest & highest-pitched member of this group of instruments
    $400 4
If you asked Phil Donahue who's "That Girl"?, he'd give you her name
    $400 27
These wild North American rabbits are named for the fur on the underside of their tails
    $500 12
The Act of Union united England & Wales in 1536 during his reign
    $500 17
Though it looks like a microwave, the Kenner Easy-Bake Oven still uses this to cook the cake
    DD: $500 28
In 1731 the 1st library to circulate books in what's now the U.S. was founded in this city
    $500 29
Until about 1700, this "slide" instrument was known as the sackbut
    $500 5
"Laugh-In" regulars Larry Hovis & Richard Dawson were both regulars on this sitcom
    $500 30
Rabbits were introduced to this continent in the 19th century & soon overran it

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Jason David Paula
$900 $400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jason David Paula
$3,200 $1,700 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Early man who was found in the Neander Valley near Düsseldorf in 1856
    $200 17
On "The Bullwinkle Show", the son of this fable teller usually topped his pop's moral
    $200 13
This contagious illness, also known as varicella, attacks children, not poultry
    $200 1
It's been educating future Army officers since 1802 & has been a nat'l landmark since 1960
    $200 26
The difference between a mobile & a stabile
    $200 2
A place between heaven & hell, or a dance between the ground & a stick
    $400 12
A woman who practices polyandry has 2 or more of these
    $400 22
"The Gambler" & "Coward Of The County" are some of his hit songs whose stories became TV movies
    $400 18
Though the Salk vaccine can help prevent this disease, no drug has been found that will cure it
    $400 7
As Pee-Wee found out in his "Big Adventure", this Texas landmark doesn't have a basement
    $400 27
The number of figures represented in da Vinci's "Last Supper"
    DD: $300 3
Though sung by a woman, it's composer says this song was written from a male point of view:

"I made it through the wilderness / Somehow I made it through / Didn't know how lost I was / Until I found you / I was beat..."
    $600 14
Ancestral symbols used by many cultures, they're carved into poles by American Indians
    $600 23
He wrote "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" for kids & "You're Only Old Once!" for adults
    $600 19
Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of the inner part of one of these
    $600 8
His landing site on St. Croix became a national landmark over 450 years later
    $600 28
Tempera refers to water color paints that are mixed with this food item as a binder
    $600 4
With 1 "L" it's a Buddhist monk; with 2, it's the largest South American member of the camel family
    $800 15
Kind of "procedure" governed by Roberts Rules of Order
    $800 24
His SNL character of Tommy Flanagan is married to... Morgan Fairchild, yeah, that's the ticket
    $800 20
After this couple discovered radium in 1898, it was widely used to treat cancer
    $800 9
The Old Faithful Inn in this state has a lobby made of logs that stands 7 stories tall
    $800 29
James Merritt Ives was this man's bookkeeper before he became a partner
    $800 5
A great place to hide away, whether you're a lion or a pirate
    DD: $1,000 16
Economists use these 2 words to describe how consumers influence the production of goods & services
    $1000 25
This German adventurer's tales are true; Terry Gilliam has the movie to prove it
    $1000 21
You can get this disease, sometimes call hydrophobia, just by breathing in a cave full of infected bats
    $1000 10
South Dakota site of the last major confrontation between Indians & U.S. troops
    $1000 30
Standing in the Louvre, ready for takeoff, the headless statue of the goddess Nike is better known as this
    $1000 6
The people of this Soviet republic are known as Letts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jason David Paula
$10,600 $7,800 $2,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

Covering more than half a million square miles, it's the world's largest gulf

Final scores:

Jason David Paula
$15,601 $8,600 $200
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jason David Paula
$10,600 $8,100 $2,200
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
22 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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Game tape date: 1989-04-08
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