Show #1329 - Thursday, May 17, 1990

1990 College Championship final game 1.

Contestants

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David Honea, a junior from North Carolina State

Michael Thayer, a junior from Rutgers College

Amy Zucker, a senior from Wesleyan University (Connecticut)

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S.A.
CEREMONIES
MAGAZINES
ZOOLOGY
TV BLONDES
ANAGRAMS
    $100 9
First generation Americans of this ethnic origin are Issei, 2nd generation are Nisei
    $100 1
At Hindu & Buddhist funerals it's the common way to dispose of the body
    $100 2
Modern Bride now publishes a magazine devoted to this annual high school event
    $100 7
A turtle's can be elongated or spherical, & turtles usually bury them in sand, mud or rotting plants
    $100 24
On this sitcom Lara Piper plays Viki, the new blonde student in the IHP
    $100 14
Eric likes it fried
    $200 10
It's named after Jonas Bronck, its first European settler
    $200 3
At 13 a Jewish boy automatically becomes this, the religious ceremony is not essential
    $200 8
"Spy vs. Spy" is a feature of this humor magazine's "Joke & Dagger" department
    $200 22
This Antarctic bird's name was 1st applied to the now extinct flightless great auk of the Arctic
    $200 25
She was the third actress to play Chris Cagney, but she played the role the longest
    $200 15
A hard-hearted person might find this musical inane
    $300 11
This river made famous in an Edgar Lee Masters "Anthology" is a tributary of the Illinois River
    $300 4
In a Tibetan rite, a boy who picks out this man's former possessions is declared his reincarnation
    $300 19
The Lincoln Town Car won its "Car of the Year" award for 1990
    $300 23
Both male & female hartebeests have lyre-shaped ones
    $300 26
Of all the actresses on "Designing Women", she has the most "intelligent" name
    $300 16
Cameron needs more of it in his love life
    $400 12
Montgomery C. Meigs, who was the first to suggest it to A. Lincoln as a cemetery site, is buried there
    $400 5
A tradition at wedding receptions, it's caught by the "Man who'll get married next"
    $400 20
"Loose Talk", "The Hot Page" & "Where Are They Now?" are features of this entertainment magazine
    $400 27
Chinchillas, which are known for their fur, belong to this order of mammals
    $400 29
She starred in the sitcom "Funny Face" in 1971, 16 years before she joined the Hogan family
    $400 17
It's the only kind of poetry Cyril enjoys
    $500 13
It was first surveyed to settle a dispute between the Penn family & the Calvert family
    DD: $700 6
Famous street on which the ceremony seen here took place:
[star on Walk of Fame]
    $500 21
The "As They Grow" section of this magazine contains articles on child care from pregnancy to age 18
    $500 28
1 of the raccoon's most distinctive features; most raccoons have 5 to 7 of them
    $500 30
"Crocodile" Dundee's favorite girl, she played a ruthless press aide in "Favorite Son"
    $500 18
To play her, Flip Wilson realigned his body shape

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

Amy Michael David
$300 $900 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Michael David
-$400 $3,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

SOCIAL SCIENCE
THE HUMAN BODY
LEFTOVERS
ANCIENT WORLD
ISLANDS
U.S. PRESIDENTS
    $200 26
The value of all the goods & services a country produces in one year is called this
    $200 1
This chief organ of taste is composed of skeletal muscle
    $200 13
In the nursery rhyme, suit of the queen whose baking was stolen by a knave
    $200 6
In the 1st Century the Trung sisters headed Vietnam's revolt against the Han overlords from this country
    $200 18
The Pacific Ocean islands of Kanaga, Adak & Unimak are part of this state
    $200 2
On August 4, 1753 Lodge No. 4 in Fredericksburg, Virginia initiated him into the Masons
    $400 27
It's the study of the principles of punishment as well as the management of prisons
    $400 12
Your heart's right ventricle pumps blood only to this pair of organs
    $400 14
Numismatics is the collection & study of coins & this is the collection & study of stamps
    $400 8
Solon, the poet & statesman, revised the Draconian Laws in this Greek city-state
    $400 20
Borneo is shared by Brunei, Malaysia & this country
    $400 3
In 1888 this future president wrote the book "Ranch Life and the Hunting Trail"
    $600 28
The first black to receive a Ph.D. from Harvard, his initials stood for William Edward Burghardt
    $600 15
The femur & the tibia are connected by cartilage, a synovial cavity & these tissues
    $600 19
In 1985 this country's Prince Sultan became the first Arab astronaut
    $600 9
He died in 323 B.C. at age 32 when he took ill after a long party with heavy drinking
    $600 21
Between 1921-51 the Cubs held spring training on this island owned by Wrigley near L.A.
    $600 4
While attending college, this president served as an editor of the "Princetonian"
    $800 29
"Chicago School" of economic thought is associated with this conservative who once taught at U. of Chicago
    $800 16
Pharyngeal tonsils are commonly called these
    $800 24
1 of 2 Great Lakes named for an American Indian tribe
    DD: $3,000 10
Hammurabi conquered neighboring city-states & made this city capital of a kingdom
    $800 22
This country occupies the largest island in the West Indies
    DD: $1,100 5
Both the U.N. Charter & the NATO Pact were signed by this president
    $1000 30
German thinker who saw a link between "The Protestant Ethic & the Spirit of Capitalism"
    $1000 17
1 of the 3 sections of the small intestine
    $1000 25
Edmund Burke supposedly said, "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do" this
    $1000 11
In the "Aeneid" Virgil claimed Carthage was founded by this princess of Tyre who loved Aeneas
    $1000 23
These islands off the African coast were the last stop Columbus made before he headed west to the New World
    $1000 7
1,200 quarts of ice cream & a cake 4 feet high were served at his March 4, 1857 inaugural

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Michael David
$5,200 $11,600 $7,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN AUTHORS
In 1839, at age 19, he joined the crew of the freighter St. Lawrence that ran between NYC & Liverpool

Final scores:

Amy Michael David
$0 $10,000 $3,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy Michael David
$5,900 $9,100 $7,000
12 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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