Show #2467 - Tuesday, May 2, 1995

1995 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.


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Scott Hackler, a sophomore from Louisiana State University

Cynthia Greenlee, a junior from the University of North Carolina

Josh Elman, a sophomore from Stanford University

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
This explorer who set sail in 1492 was nicknamed "Iberia's Pilot"
    $100 25
He subtitled an 1843 tale "A Ghost Story of Christmas"
    $100 6
Before she won Best New Artist & 2 others, she may have said, "All I wanna do" is win some Grammys
    $100 1
Every summer the California state fair is held in this city
    $100 17
While venison can refer the meat of a moose or elk, it usually applies to this animal
    $100 12
Yes, it is the Spanish word for yes
    $200 8
While British prime minister, she earned the nickname "TINA", which stood for "There is no alternative"
    $200 26
In 1706 this "Robinson Crusoe" author wrote "The True Relation of the Apparition of One Mrs. Veal"
    $200 20
Album of the Year went to this 68-year-old's "MTV Unplugged"
    $200 2
This home of the Naval Academy was chartered by Queen Anne in 1708
    $200 18
Small ones of these breakfast treats are popularly referred to as silver dollars
    $200 13
The Bible's King Og might give this order to depart
    $300 9
Born in 1809, he evolved into "The Great Naturalist"
    $300 27
It's said the ghost of this third VP returns to the sea wall of NYC's Battery looking for his daughter
    DD: $500 21
The Best Rock Duo or Group award went to this group heard here: "...crazy, crazy baby, I go crazy / You turn it on, then you're gone..."
    $300 3
This state capital is home to the William Penn Memorial Museum
    $300 19
Not only are these Hawaiian nuts expensive, they also contain more fat than most
    $300 14
Fe fi fo fum, I smell this preposition
    $400 10
This author of "The Song of Hiawatha" was known as "The Poet of the Commonplace"
    $400 28
The ghost of this Gulf of Mexico pirate has been seen guarding his treasure near La Porte, Texas
    $400 22
A song from this film won 4 awards, including Song of the Year & Rock Song
    $400 4
Covering about 430 acres, Roger Williams Park is this city's largest
    $400 23
Its the French name for an oblong pastry filled with custard or cream & iced with chocolate
    $400 15
Weird Al Yankovic would soon hit this singing the diatonic scale
    $500 11
This Revolutionary War general earned his famous nickname after a mad attack at Stony Point, N.Y.
    $500 29
One legend says this ghost ship sails around the Cape of Good Hope; another puts it in the North Sea
    $500 30
They "spiced up" the awards with their performance & won for "None Of Your Business"
    $500 5
In 1821 this city between St. Louis & Kansas City was chosen as a state capital
    $500 24
While it looks like a cross between celery & chard, bok choy is a variety of this vegetable
    $500 16
Drama found on stages in Japan

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Josh Cynthia Scott
-$300 $600 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Cynthia Scott
-$700 $1,700 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
In 1787 Gouverneur Morris wrote the final draft of its preamble
    $200 16
T'ao t'ieh are monster masks found on bronze objects of this country's Shang & Chou dynasties
    $200 21
The rhyme royal is a 7-line stanza introduced by this author of "The Canterbury Tales"
    $200 4
The dialect of Zanzibar was eventually recognized as the standard form of this language
    $200 1
Founded in 1583, the University of this Scottish capital is renowned for its school of medicine
    $200 10
This Rodgers & Hammerstein musical is set in Siam in the early 1860s
    $400 27
War during which the quote "We have met the enemy, and they are ours" was said
    $400 17
U.S. chemist Willard F. Libby developed this method of dating in the 1940s
    $400 22
This term for the resolution of a work is from the French denouer, meaning "to untie"
    $400 6
The word vodka is borrowed from this language
    $400 2
Combining features of U.S. & European universities, Johns Hopkins opened in this centennial year
    $400 11
Maggie the Cat is the catty heroine of this Tennessee Williams play
    $600 28
In 1923 his father swore him in as president at their Plymouth, Vermont house
    $600 18
In 1912 a German expedition found the now-famous painted bust of this queen at Tell el-Amarna
    $600 23
It's defined as a short composition on a particular topic; Pope wrote one "on Criticism"
    $600 7
This native language of New Zealand belongs to the Malayo-Polynesian family of languages
    $600 3
This N.Y. liberal arts college is named for the wife of its founder, William Van Duzer Lawrence
    $600 12
The title of Tina Howe's play "Painting" these refers to people, not to houses of worship
    $800 29
Thanks to 450,000 votes from southern blacks, he won the 1868 popular vote by 300,000
    $800 19
Archaeologists no longer believe the long-held theory that these ancient priests built Stonehenge
    $800 24
"Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship" by this "Faust" author is a bildungsroman, or novel of education
    $800 8
The classical form of this language had 23 letters, lacking J, U & W
    $800 5
The Dearborn Observatory in Evanston Illinois is associated with this university
    $800 13
He wrote in "Tartuffe", "Those whose conduct gives room for talk are...first to attack their neighbors"
    $1000 30
In the 1880s Neb. settlers were known as these from the material they used to construct their houses
    DD: $1,000 20
In 1865 Sir John Lubbock coined this term to denote the "New Stone" Age
    DD: $1,000 25
Juvenalian & Horatian are the 2 main types of this literary form that uses irony & sarcasm
    $1000 9
Telugu & Malayalam are Dravidian languages spoken in the southern part of this Asian country
    $1000 15
The Kennedy Institute of Ethics is part of this oldest U.S. Catholic university
    $1000 14
In 16th c. Italy the commedia erudita followed scripts & this popular dramatic form was improvised

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Cynthia Scott
$1,500 $11,500 $5,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Highest atomic numbered element whose symbol is a single letter

Final scores:

Josh Cynthia Scott
$3,000 $11,500 $0
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Cynthia Scott
$2,000 $12,500 $5,000
9 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,500

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Game tape date: 1995-04-01
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