Show #3558 - Wednesday, February 9, 2000

2000-A College Championship quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Gina Bronsberg, a sophomore at the University of Illinois from Chicago, Illinois

Milo Dochow, a freshman at Cooper Union from Portland, Oregon

Julia Becker, a senior at Brandeis University from Cranford, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

LITERARY HEROINES
NEXT IN LINE, PLEASE
ISLANDS
1999 FILMS
SCIENCE CLASS
MY "BAD"
    $100 1
"Anne of Avonlea" is a 1909 sequel to this 1908 classic
    $100 8
In the Catholic Church:
bishop,
archbishop,
cardinal...
    $100 15
Taipei is this island's capital city
    $100 5
In this film high school teacher Matthew Broderick gets involved with the campaign for student council
    $100 4
This word can mean to weaken a solution by adding water, or can describe a solution that's been weakened
    $100 16
The theme to the TV show "Cops" asks them "Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?"
    $200 2
Thorny problems beset this Bronte heroine when she's hired as a governess at Thornfield Hall
    $200 9
At the White House:
Betty Ford,
Rosalynn Carter,
Nancy Reagan...
    $200 27
Now 73, the woman seen here at age 17 calls this island nation home:
(Queen Elizabeth II)
    $200 6
A jazz guitarist is the subject of this director's "Sweet and Lowdown"
    $200 11
Because he wrote his books in Latin, Swedish botanist Carl von Linne was better known by this Latinized name
    $200 17
Proverbially, one of these malicious fruits "spoils the whole barrel"
    $300 3
Countess Olenska is the not-so-innocent heroine of this Edith Wharton novel
    $300 10
In the history of France:
Henry III,
Henry IV,
Louis XIII...
    $300 28
It's the island where you'll find the arena seen here:
(Madison Square Garden)
    $300 7
What part did this Irishman play in "End of Days"? Could it be...Satan?
    DD: $300 12
The symbol of this element stands for stannum, which originally denoted an alloy of lead & silver
    $300 18
It can be a stroke of misfortune, or an unfortunate start to a game of pool
    $400 23
Maggie, the daughter of a miller, falls for her cousin's fiance in this George Eliot novel
    $400 25
Beef:
USDA standard,
USDA select,
USDA choice,
USDA...
    $400 29
Jaffna & Trincomalee are cities of this island nation near India that was formerly known as Ceylon
    $400 21
"Music of the Heart" was directed by this man, more known for his nightmares
    $400 13
The uvea in the eye consists of 3 parts: the choroid, the ciliary body & this colored part lying behind the cornea
    $400 19
Don't tell this animal "Neither a burrower, nor a lender be":
    $500 24
Temple Drake is a college student in this Southerner's controversial 1931 novel "Sanctuary"
    $500 26
In Roman numerals:
I, V, X, L...
    $500 30
The world's fourth-largest island, it lies off the southeast coast of Africa
    $500 22
Once Mighty Joe Young's girlfriend, she played the wife in "The Astronaut's Wife"
    $500 14
There are about 20,000 species of this organism that consists of an alga & a fungus living as a single unit
    $500 20
This sailor recounts his 7 voyages to a poor porter named Hindbad

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

Julia Milo Gina
$500 $300 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Milo Gina
$1,500 $300 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

BLACK AMERICAN HISTORY
30-SECOND THEATER
(Alex: I'll give you a brief description & you have to identify the work; give us the title.)
RELIGION
STATE CAPITALS
VOCABULARY
MY BOD
    $200 26
An 1879 mass movement of Southern blacks to the West was known by this Biblical name
    $200 1
Masked man haunts a Paris theater, kidnaps rising prima donna, writes music for her
    $200 21
The Shi'ite branch of this religion believes that its leadership was willed to Muhammad by his son-in-law Ali
    $200 6
In the 1840s it succeeded Detroit as Michigan's capital
    $200 7
Next time you send a fax, remember "fax" comes from this longer word
    $200 12
You can't beat its pulmonary valve, opening & closing over 60 times a minute
    $400 27
Common name of the historic 1963 event seen here:
    $400 2
Teapot, clock & candlestick sing & encourage romance between pretty girl & enchanted prince
    $400 22
Its most sacred books are Kojiki, or "Record of Ancient Events", & Nihongi, or "Chronicle of Japan"
    $400 17
This capital city's metro region includes Tempe & Mesa
    $400 8
Spelled one way it's a hinged entryway; spelled another, it's a horse's stride
    $400 13
The Achilles one joins the calf muscles to the heel bone
    DD: $1,000 28
This organization was founded in 1944 after Tuskegee's president suggested pooling schools' money
    $600 3
HIV-positive artists & musicians sing in a Lower East Side loft
    $600 23
Unlike Luke, Acts specifies that this event took place 40 days after Jesus' resurrection
    $600 18
It's nicknamed "The Green Mountain City"
    $600 9
Piscatology refers to the art or science of this sport
    $600 14
A microdiskectomy fixes a damaged disk in this chain of 33 bones
    $800 30
Believed to be part black & part Native American, he was a leader & fatality in the 1770 Boston Massacre
    $800 4
Diplomat has affair with Chinese opera diva who turns out to be a man; diplomat's career is ruined
    $800 24
In this Chinese religion, the Jade Emperor rules the Earth & the Empress of Heaven rules heaven
    $800 19
It lies at the head of Narragansett Bay
    $800 10
From the Latin for "to suffer with", they're the expressions of sympathy you "send" to someone who's grieving
    $800 15
Descartes called this gland "the seat of the rational soul"; scientists still aren't sure what it does
    $1000 29
This important black church was formally organized in 1816 with Richard Allen as its first bishop
    $1000 5
Arms-maker's daughter joins Salvation Army to defy dad; he donates money to her cause; she quits in protest
    $1000 25
In the classic Hindu trinity, this divinity is the creator of the universe
    DD: $900 20
Once called Edwinton, it was renamed for a German chancellor
    $1000 11
People do it when they ponder something; cows do it when they chew their cud
    $1000 16
These are also called your pharyngeal tonsils

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julia Milo Gina
$2,300 $300 $7,400
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

CLASSIC TOYS
In response to anti-tobacco protests, this toy gave up its attachable pipe in 1987

Final scores:

Julia Milo Gina
$4,600 $278 $7,400
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julia Milo Gina
$3,600 $300 $7,500
20 R,
6 W
(including 2 DDs)
6 R,
4 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $11,400

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