Super Jeopardy! show #8 - Saturday, August 4, 1990

Super Jeopardy! semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio

Bruce Seymour, a writer from Piedmont, California

Keith Walker, an attorney from Pomona, California

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Jeopardy! Round

1989
RELIGION
POTPOURRI
TV SITCOMS
DESERTS
"X", "Y", "Z"
    200 20
With Voyager 2's 1989 trip to Neptune, this is the only known planet not visited by spacecraft
    200 27
Pakistan was established as a haven for members of this religion
    200 18
Organization which sponsors "The Great American Smokeout"
    200 2
The only word spoken by these 2 characters in "Newhart"s 8-year run was "Quiet!" in the last episode
    200 13
Snow sometimes falls on this, Asia's largest desert
    200 1
In computer terms it means to erase, in science fiction terms, to hit someone with a ray gun
    400 21
Time Magazine's January 23, 1989 cover referred to this woman as "The Silver Fox"
    DD: 1,800 11
On February 17, 1966 Pope Paul VI reduced the Lenten Fast to these 2 days
    400 25
In 1966 these taxes were declared unconstitutional as a requirement for voting
    400 3
This actor's only Emmy nomination was for his role as Buddy Sorrell in "The Dick Van Dyke Show"
    400 14
Flat-topped mountains that are features of some deserts & are named after the Spanish word for "table"
    400 6
For silent film star Francis X. Bushman, "X." marked the spot for this middle name
    600 22
On Sept. 20, 1989 he was sworn in as the new President of South Africa
    600 12
The Augsburg Confession of 1530 sets forth the basic tenets of this denomination
    600 28
Our largest national park outside Alaska
    600 4
"Bub" was Michael Francis O'Casey's nickname on this series
    600 15
The Petrified Forest is in this brilliantly colored Arizona desert
    600 8
Personally, we think this tree's name sounds like a personal pronoun
    800 23
1 of 2 artists whose works led to a dispute between the Nat'l Endowment for the Arts & Senator Helms
    800 19
Surprisingly, this Jewish holiday falls on the 1st of Tishri, which the Bible calls the 7th mo.
    800 29
The current cost of mailing a standard postcard
    800 5
"Blood on the Badge" was a novel written by Detective Ron Harris on this sitcom
    800 16
Desert sand consists mainly of grains of this hard mineral
    800 9
The Spaniards went searching for the 7 cities of Cibola & found these Indians
    1000 24
He died in Hawaii in September at age 72
    1000 26
The term "puritan" first described a faction within this church
    1000 30
If you cut yourself while shaving, you may want to use this stick of alum to stop the bleeding
    1000 7
The relationship of Granny to Jed Clampett in "The Beverly Hillbillies"
    1000 17
Containing much vegetation, this part of southern Africa is considered semidesert, not true desert
    1000 10
Socrates' shrewish spouse

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

Keith Bruce Roger
3,000 3,600 1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Bruce Roger
7,800 5,200 2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LITERATURE
U.S. GOVERNMENT
CLASSICAL MUSIC
THE NEW WORLD
SKYSCRAPERS
ROYALTY
    500 22
This Upton Sinclair book helped convince Teddy Roosevelt to back the Pure Food & Drug Act
    500 23
To thwart counterfeiters, this agency printed "Green Cards" in pink in 1989
    500 2
When his "Lohengrin" premiered in 1850, this composer was in exile in Switzerland
    500 10
A stockade across Lower Manhattan built to protect the colony gave its name to this street
    500 1
The mast atop the Empire State Building was designed as a mooring for these rigid airships
    500 14
King Boris III of Bulgaria was the son-in-law of this country's King Victor Emmanuel III
    1000 18
In this novel, Dostoevski's last, a son is falsely accused of murdering his father
    1000 24
This agency produces about 22,000 copies of the Congressional Record each day
    1000 7
Schubert's "Quintet for Piano & Strings in a Major" has been given this "fishy" nickname
    1000 11
Ponce de Leon explored much of Florida while looking for this
    1000 3
You can see the edge of the Great Plains to the west from the "Skydeck" of this tallest U.S. skyscraper
    1000 13
Before allowing Portugal's Manuel I to marry their daughter, this couple forced him to expel the Jews
    1500 19
For 10 years this greatest of German poets practically ran the duchy of Saxe-Weimar
    DD: 7,500 28
The Food Stamp Program is administered by this Cabinet department
    DD: 3,000 8
Composer of the following work, known the world over:
    1500 25
The Manhasset, Shinnecock, Patchogue & Montauk Indians all lived on this island
    1500 4
World Almanac lists the Gateway Arch as this city's tallest building
    1500 15
King Gustav VI of this country was an archaeologist & an authority on Chinese ceramics
    2000 20
This Greek writer continued the story of Ulysses in his 1938 poem, "The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel"
    2000 29
In August 1989 Colin Powell became the first Black appointed to this position
    2000 9
At the young age of 38, he was chosen to direct the Boston Symphony, the 1st Asian so honored
    2000 26
This Russian capital of Alaska was originally called New Archangel
    2000 5
The state office tower named for former Gov. James A. Rhodes is this city's tallest building
    2000 16
Her royal blood made her a suitable wife for Napoleon; she was the niece of Marie Antoinette
    2500 21
King Louis XIV provided this author of "The Misanthrope" with a permanent theatre near the Louvre
    2500 30
In 1983 this agency's 1st head, Wm. Ruckelshaus, again assumed its reins, succeeding Anne Burford
    2500 12
Pierluigi, 16th c. composer of the "Mass of Pope Marcellus II", is better known by this name of his hometown
    2500 27
Named for landowner Abraham Martin, the Plains of Abraham were the site of this war's key battle
    2500 6
German architect & father of the International Style who was known for his steel & glass skyscrapers
    2500 17
The only son of Nicholas II, he was the 1st male heir born to a reigning Romanov czar since the 1600s

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keith Bruce Roger
11,300 25,700 17,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN QUOTES
The famous line "Out, out, brief candle!" is spoken after the announcement of this woman's death

Final scores:

Keith Bruce Roger
17,400 34,001 0
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Keith Bruce Roger
11,300 22,800 11,000
15 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
10 W

Combined Coryat: 45,100

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