Show #1324 - Thursday, May 10, 1990

1990 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Amy Zucker, a senior from Wesleyan University (Connecticut)

Penny Prior, a sophomore from Georgetown University

Joey Burgoon, a senior from Georgia Tech

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC TRIVIA
RHYMES WITH CREEP
ENERGY
RELIGION
POP MUSIC
SHARK!
    $100 21
This military marquis' full name was Marie-Joseph-Paul-Yves-Roch Gilbert du Motier
    $100 24
It follows "lover's" & precedes "frog"
    $100 1
Nearly all artificial satellites are powered by batteries charged by this
    $100 2
The angel Moroni told him about the golden plates from which the Book of Mormon was translated
    $100 5
This group's "Beauty & the Beat" album was the first by a female rock band to reach No. 1
    $100 16
Unlike most sharks, the nurse shark does not have to constantly do this
    $200 22
Wm. Bradford's first wife drowned while this ship was anchored before the colonists went ashore
    $200 25
Lincoln, Leicester, Romney & Shropshire are breeds of these raised in England
    $200 3
Gamma rays produced by nuclear fission are best blocked by a thick shield of this metal
    $200 10
Officially, any practicing Roman Catholic male can be elected to this high office
    $200 6
"Dancing in the Street" from the Live-Aid concert paired David Bowie with this rock legend
    $200 17
When old ones are lost new ones quickly move in & replace them
    $300 23
James Monroe was the third president to die on this date
    $300 26
Last name of the actress who played Alan Alda's lover in "The Seduction of Joe Tynan"
    $300 4
Coal, natural gas & oil, which are remains of preshistoric plants & animals, are called this kind of "fuel"
    $300 12
Dating from 1763, the oldest synagogue in the U.S. is in this resort town in Rhode Island
    $300 7
In 1984 this comic parodied Michael Jackson's "Beat It" with record & video versions of "Eat It"
    $300 18
The Chinese dry & use this part of the shark in soup
    $400 29
William Penn wrote "No Cross, No Crown", an explanation of Quaker beliefs, while he was imprisoned in this
    $400 27
This type of tide occurs during the first & third quarters of the moon
    $400 8
Environmentalists are critical of this method of mining that removes coal found near the surface
    DD: $1,100 13
John Calvin's followers in England were "Puritans"; his followers in France were called this
    $400 9
When David Lee Roth left Van Halen, he jumped in
    $400 19
Sharks have no swim bladder so this oil-filled organ helps keep them from sinking
    $500 30
Ludovico Manin, the last person to hold this office in Venice, was deposed in 1797
    $500 28
Sometimes it means profound, but other times it means abysmal
    $500 11
The capacity of an air conditioner is measured in BTUs, which are these
    $500 14
House of worship in which prayer is led by an imam
    $500 15
These "Sultans of Swing" did "The Walk of Life" in 1985
    $500 20
This, not the great white, is the largest shark; & it eats only plankton & little fish

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Joey Penny Amy
$600 $1,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Penny Amy
$3,000 $2,500 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD GEOGRAPHY
LITERARY RELATIVES
THE ELEMENTS
NICKNAMES
THE 15th CENTURY
WORDPLAY
    $200 16
The Marne joins this river at Paris
    $200 1
His great-granddaughter Monica, who's a novelist too, probably never called him an "old curiosity"
    $200 9
Seashells are made of its carbonate, your bones of its phosphate
    $200 11
The British tabloids refer to the Duchess of York by this 6-letter nickname
    $200 21
It was captured by the Ottoman Turks & renamed Istanbul in 1453
    $200 26
His name spells out the initials of "I am chairman of Chrysler Corporation, America"
    $400 17
This city, the Soviet Union's second largest, was founded at the mouth of the Neva River in 1703
    $400 4
Famous sisters whose brother, Branwell, tried to become an author but fell into a dissolute life
    $400 8
Chemically like iron, this element, symbol "Co", is used in a blue pigment
    $400 12
Armed forces branch called "leathernecks" because of the leather bands once worn around their throats
    $400 22
In 1482 he submitted his plans for exploration to King John of Portugal
    $400 27
The name of this extinct bird is a musical note said twice
    DD: $1,300 18
City in which you can see the following view:
[Sugarloaf Mountain]
    $600 5
Writer & artist Frieda Hughes is the daughter of Ted Hughes & this poet who committed suicide
    $600 7
By mass it's the most abundant element in Earth's hydrosphere
    $600 13
This U.S. president's yacht was called "Honey Fitz" after his maternal grandfather
    DD: $1,000 23
The notebooks he left containing his anatomical drawings are written in mirror writing
    $600 28
Its plural
is beeves
    $800 19
This port, Japan's second largest city, is only 20 miles from Tokyo
    $800 6
Mark Twain's grandniece Jean Webster wrote this 1912 novel about an orphan, not a "paternal spider"
    $800 3
The next element on the periodic table in the sequence uranium, neptunium....
    $800 14
This rock star, nicknamed "Captain Fantastic", has over $50,000 worth of eyeglasses
    $800 24
A 15th C. antipope had the same name as this popular 20th C. pope, born Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli
    $800 29
This palindromic word is a synonym for "midday"
    $1000 20
Channel that's between the 2 land masses the Romans called "The Pillars of Hercules"
    $1000 10
Author of "The House of the Seven Gables", his son Julian published a biography of him in 1884
    $1000 2
The most common of the noble gasses, it's used to fill electric light bulbs
    $1000 15
Broad-shouldered but barely 5 ft. tall, this 19th century Illinois senator was known as the "Little Giant"
    $1000 25
The marriage of Ferdinand of Aragon to Isabella of this kingdom led to Spanish unity
    $1000 30
Add a letter to the middle of "round" to get this other word that means "round"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joey Penny Amy
$6,400 $6,300 $7,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
Massachusetts city named for an industrialist whose family included several poets & an astronomer

Final scores:

Joey Penny Amy
$10,300 $4,300 $12,801
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Joey Penny Amy
$6,400 $6,300 $7,200
19 R,
1 W
15 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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