Super Jeopardy! show #3 - Saturday, June 30, 1990

Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Eric Newhouse, a student from Sioux City, Iowa

Gary Giardina, an opera singer from New York City, New York

Richard Perez-Peña, a journalist from Venice, California

Elise Beraru, a lawyer from Los Angeles, California

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Jeopardy! Round

FILM FACTS
BIOLOGY
ORGANIZATIONS
LAKES
FAMOUS POLITICIANS
"H"ISTORY
    200 1
Richard Pryor co-wrote this Western with Mel Brooks; its original title was "Black Bart"
    200 17
Class of animals so named because they have an aquatic larval stage & terrestrial adult lives
    200 24
Originally, this amateur boxing organization was sponsored by the Chicago Tribune Charities
    200 30
Fur trappers called this Great Lake the "Upper Lake" in French
    200 29
In his bid for an unprecedented 4th term, this NYC mayor was defeated in the 1989 Democratic Party
    200 15
This Communist revolutionary founded the Democratic Republic of Vietnam in 1945
    400 8
Kevin Costner starred in this 1989 film based on the novel "Shoeless Joe"
    400 19
The development of this part of the egg contributed to the evolution of life on land
    400 23
"Show a kid how America works" is the slogan of this young people's business organization
    400 27
Located in South America, it's the world's highest large navigable lake
    400 26
Ironically, the Arizona Democratic Party Organization was founded by his father & uncle
    400 14
Janos Kadar assumed power in this country after a revolt was suppressed by Soviet tanks
    600 7
"Tonight Show" exec. producer who directed "Bedtime for Bonzo" & "Bonzo Goes to College"
    600 20
In the lab, you put something in an autoclave to do this to it
    600 22
Members of SPEBSQSA usually sing in a group of this many people
    600 25
The construction of this created Lake Nasser
    600 16
Tho this senate minority leader won the 1988 GOP Iowa caucauses, he lost the presidential nomination
    600 6
Although this British general opposed coercion in North America, he led troops at the Battle of Bunker Hill
    800 3
The first film Jimmy Stewart made after serving as a WWII bomber pilot was this holiday classic
    800 21
In humans it separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity
    800 13
Candy manufacturer Robert Welch founded this organization in 1958
    800 18
A castle on this French-Swiss lake was made famous by the poem "The Prisoner of Chillon"
    800 12
This Minnesota congressman wrote the 1919 act that enforced prohibition
    800 5
In 29 A.D. lava from Mt. Vesuvius buried this city named for its mythical founder
    1000 2
Elizabeth Taylor found passion on a plantation before it was pulverized by pachyderms in this 1954 film
    1000 28
The Savi's pygmy variety of this animal is said to be the world's smallest mammal
    1000 9
This farmers organization is officially called the Order of Patrons of Husbandry
    1000 11
A part of Minnesota, the northernmost point in the lower 48 states, juts into this U.S.-Canadian lake
    DD: 1,200 10
The 2 late sons of John D. Rockefeller Jr. who became governors
    1000 4
This Medieval confederacy of N. German cities was formed to defend their mutual trading interests

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

Elise Richard Gary Eric
2,400 3,200 -800 1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elise Richard Gary Eric
4,200 6,000 600 3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
WORLD RELIGION
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
OPERA
LANDMARKS
FOREIGN WORDS & PHRASES
    500 7
It's been said of this tenor that "(he) made the gramophone & the gramophone (made him)"
    500 4
The president of Venezuela has his offices in the Miraflores Palace in this city
    500 13
Ubermensch, as both Nietzsche & Clark Kent could tell you
    1000 22
The Charley in his "Travels with Charley" was his dog
    1000 24
The 3 major orders of clergy in the Eastern Orthodox Church are bishops, deacons & these
    1000 27
You now have to pay to use this university's coat of arms or veritas motto
    1000 3
In a Mozart opera this title object belonged to Tamino
    1000 8
This historic New York fort overlooks both Lake George & Lake Champlain
    1000 15
RSVP is an abbreviation of this French expression
    1500 10
She wrote "The Making of Americans" during the 43 years she lived in Paris
    1500 23
Of the Hebrew, Roman Catholic & Protestant Bbibles, the one with the most books
    1500 26
Jimmy Carter helped to establish the research center named for him at this Atlanta Univ.
    DD: 2,500 1
This opera, which features the following, was the 1st transmitted in color on TV:
    1500 11
To honor W. Churchill, London's Church of St. Mary the Virgin was moved stone by stone to this Mo. town
    1500 16
Greek word also used in English which means purging from guilt or defilement
    DD: 4,000 9
Eugene O'Neill work based on the "Oresteia" by Aeschylus
    2000 14
This celibate sect, a.k.a. the United Society of Believers in Christ's 2nd Appearing, is in serious decline
    2000 20
Roger Bacon, John Duns Scotus & William of Ockham were among the Franciscans who taught here
    2000 2
This popular Smetana opera includes a spirited polka & a chorus in praise of beer
    2000 12
The Cappella della Sacra Sindone was built in the 17th century to house this relic
    2000 19
We associate "auto da fe" with the Spanish Inquisition, but the expression, which means this, is Portuguese
    2500 5
She's the author of the mystical autobiographical book "Cross Creek"
    2500 17
It's the title of the spiritual leader of the Ismaili sect of Muslims
    2500 21
This university in St. Louis was founded by T.S. Eliot's grandfather but is named for a president
    2500 6
Minnie, a saloon owner, is the title characters in this Puccini opera
    2500 18
The famous Oracle of Delphi was located on the lower slope of this sacred Greek mountain
    2500 25
Russian for "comrade", it came into greater use after the Bolshevik Revolution

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elise Richard Gary Eric
6,700 15,000 10,100 14,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
When he died in 1957, he was buried with full military honors at Arlington Cemetery

Final scores:

Elise Richard Gary Eric
6,600 1,599 6,799 28,400
3rd place: $5,000 4th place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Elise Richard Gary Eric
6,700 15,000 9,100 13,400
11 R,
2 W
18 R,
1 W
7 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: 44,200

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