Show #1325 - Friday, May 11, 1990

1990 College Championship quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Sue O'Connor, a senior from Saint Mary's College

David Honea, a junior from North Carolina State

Eryn Brown, a freshman from Harvard College

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Jeopardy! Round

8-LETTER WORDS
COOKING
SPORTS ARENAS
1981
POTPOURRI
TV & FILM GIRLFRIENDS
    $100 20
It can precede blanket, eel or Light Orchestra
    $100 26
This beef stroganoff ingredient can be "sour" or "whipping"
    $100 7
The 4th building to bear this name is at 8th Avenue & 33rd Street in NYC, atop Penn Station
    $100 1
This man shot President Reagan, James Brady & 2 security men in March
    $100 6
The first 13 people to win the Nobel Prize for Literature were from this continent
    $100 9
We don't know what possessed her to play Dr. Peter Venkman's girlfriend, Dana Barrett
    $200 22
A clergyman of any denomination attached to a hospital, ship or university
    $200 27
This ground beef dish was named for J. Salisbury, a physician who advocated dietary reform
    $200 8
The Mariners baseball team & NFL's Seahawks play their home games in this domed stadium
    DD: $500 2
David & Elizabeth Emanuel became world famous as designers of her wedding gown
    $200 17
Of mollusks, algae or dinosaurs, the last one to appear on Earth
    $200 13
This TV doctor has not only taken his girlfriend Wanda, out, he's taken her appendix out too
    $300 23
Term for a barrier that impedes progress or a course made up of such barriers
    $300 28
To make chicken a la this, you usually need mushrooms & pimientos
    $300 10
This arena used by the Celtics is the oldest in the NBA
    $300 3
His $25,000 sports car with a stainless-steel finish & gull-wing doors was built in Northern Ireland
    $300 18
Of the 4 sections in a typical orchestra, the 1 that includes the most musicians
    $300 14
In "Three Men and a Baby", it was his girlfriend who had the baby
    $400 24
The large rounded part of the brain that occupies most of the cranial cavity
    $400 29
Quite simply, this is melted butter with the sediment removed
    $400 11
A Detroit arena named for this heavyweight boxing champ was the site of the 1980 GOP Nat'l Convention
    $400 4
To show "Smoking Spoils Your Looks", she posed for an ad with cigarettes in her ears
    $400 19
2 of the 6 U.N. members whose names begin with the letter "L"
    $400 15
On this TV series Jason Bateman found that someone special in Lisa Rinna
    $500 25
The name of this flatfish can mean to move about clumsily
    $500 30
The name of this French dish means "pot on the fire"
    $500 12
1 of 2 pro sports teams that play in the Brendan Byrne Arena in East Rutherford, New Jersey
    $500 5
In April 1981 this former V.P. was ordered to pay the state of Maryland $248,735 for bribes he took
    $500 21
Of the planets in our solar system, this one is last alphabetically
    $500 16
In "Back to the Future Part II", she played Marty's girlfriend in 1985 & his wife in 2015

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Eryn David Sue
$100 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eryn David Sue
$1,300 $2,900 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEDIEVAL PEOPLE
NOVELS
MEXICO
TECHNOLOGY
ART
NAMESAKES
    $200 12
It's believed in 1455 Johann Fust foreclosed on & took over this man's printing operation
    $200 18
In "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer", he is adopted by the widow Douglas
    $200 17
Over half of Mexico's trade is with this country
    $200 2
In 1973 push-through tabs began to replace the pull tabs on these
    $200 7
Modern movement that is named for the optical illusions created by its geometric patterns
    $200 1
Flower named for King George III's royal gardener, William Forsythe
    $400 13
Spanish warrior, knight errant & star of his own epic, Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar was known by this name
    $400 25
Experience as a gold miner in the Klondike provided the basis for his "The Son of the Wolf" stories
    $400 19
In the 16th C. he founded Villa Rica de Veracruz, the site of present day Veracruz
    $400 3
Until '39 the clock used to keep Greenwich Mean Time was regulated by one of these crystals
    $400 8
Greek for "beautiful writing", it's the art of beautiful handwriting
    $400 23
A city in western Wisconsin named for the Indian game played there in the 19th Century
    $600 14
Ethelred the Unready managed to lose most of England to King Sweyn Forkbeard of this country
    $600 28
Don Quixote chose a peasant girl as his lady love & gave her this name
    $600 20
The 140-mile-wide Isthmus of Tehuantepec separates these 2 major bodies of water
    $600 4
The first cable of this type laid across the Atlantic went into service in 1988, doubling call capacity
    $600 9
Building in which you'd find Michelangelo's masterpiece "The Creation of Man"
    $600 24
This word for a long journey is named for a Homeric hero who took quite a long journey himself
    $800 15
Known as Friar Roger, this English scientist & philosopher foresaw the airplane
    $800 29
Before writing "Jaws", this novelist served as a speechwriter for LBJ
    $800 21
1 of the 2 Central American countries that border Mexico
    DD: $1,500 5
If you see the following symbol at the start of a TV show, it means this service is available:
    $800 10
You can see "The Maid of Honor" by Velazquez in this Madrid museum
    $800 26
A shallow covered dish used to grow microorganisms for research, named after its inventor
    $1000 16
Author of the "Summa Theologica", he held one of the chairs of theology at the Univ. of Paris
    $1000 30
Ole Rolvaag's tale of Norwegian immigrants on the prairie whose title is from the Bible
    $1000 22
Honored as the father of independence, he was captured by the Spanish, defrocked & executed in 1811
    $1000 6
Condition of zero electrical resistance, it occurs in metals cooled to very low temperatures
    DD: $1,500 11
Renoir depicted this mythical character having to choose the most beautiful of 3 goddesses
    $1000 27
A deductive system of algebra named after its creator, a 19th Century English mathematician

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eryn David Sue
$4,800 $7,800 $4,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINE
His vaccine was announced safe in April '55, the 10th anniversary of FDR's death

Final scores:

Eryn David Sue
$7,800 $9,601 $7,990
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eryn David Sue
$6,300 $6,800 $4,000
17 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
6 W

Combined Coryat: $17,100

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