Show #2236 - Monday, May 2, 1994

1994 College Championship quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

John Sweeney, a senior from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Brian Johnson, a junior from the University of Florida

Brooke Gallagher, a junior from the University of Maryland in Baltimore County

Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE
1993 MOVIES
ASIAN CITIES
THE OLD TESTAMENT
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
VOCABULARY
    $100 1
Formulated NaCl it's the chemical name for common table salt
    $100 11
With a gross of over $330 million, this Steven Spielberg film was the big hit of 1993
    $100 6
In Mandarin this city's name is Hsiang-Kang
    $100 12
Of the Tower of Babel, the destruction of Sodom & Gomorrah, or the flood, the one that occurred 1st
    $100 20
It can take gov't about 20 months to process 1 of these applications & you may need a working model
    $100 17
Sleek is a variant of this word which also means smooth & glossy
    $200 2
Of the 3 basic states of matter, only this one, when unconfined, tends to expand indefinitely
    $200 25
In his most recent film, this St. Bernard has a girlfriend named Missy & 4 puppies
    $200 7
In 1949 Chaing Kai-Shek's nationalists set up their new headquarters in this Taiwanese city
    $200 13
“And the Lord spake unto the fish, and it vomited out” this man “upon the dry land”
    $200 21
This company operates the 4 most popular theme parks in North America
    $200 18
On its own it's a mode of water transportation; at the end of a word, it indicates a rank or condition
    $300 3
Term for the time it takes a radioactive substance to decay to 50% of its original quantity
    $300 26
This Tim Burton movie was made using stop-motion animation
    $300 8
In 1756 the Nawab of Bengal had the British East India Company garrison “holed up” in this city
    $300 14
God told Moses “And thou shalt put into” this object “the testimony which I shall give thee”
    $300 22
This former VP appeared in an ad during the 1994 Super Bowl for Lay's Potato Chips
    $300 19
This other name for a hazelnut is from a saint whose feast day falls during the nutting season
    $400 4
In biological classification this comes between family & species
    $400 27
This sequel was subtitled “Back in the Habit”
    $400 9
The Blue Mosque is a landmark in this country's city of Tabriz
    $400 15
Joshua could tell you this walled town was called the “city of palm trees”
    $400 23
Kathleen Sullivan's progress on this company's “Superstart!” program was shown in TV ads
    DD: $1,500 29
This Latin word is used in college for an outline describing the contents of a curriculum
    $500 5
On the Fahrenheit scale, the freezing point of water is 32° & the boiling point is this
    $500 28
Anthony Hopkins played the role of author C.S. Lewis in this Richard Attenborough film
    $500 10
The chief port of Yemen, it's on a gulf of the same name
    $500 16
This son of Jacob was 30 years old when Pharaoh made him ruler of all Egypt
    $500 24
The Sheraton Hotel & Towers in this South American capital offers a “tango special” package
    $500 30
Cyborg, describing something that's part human & part robot, is a combination of these 2 words

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

Brooke Brian John
$2,300 $500 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brooke Brian John
$2,500 $1,700 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

1989
SCULPTURE
MUSIC APPRECIATION
U.S. GEOGRAPHY
BRITISH AUTHORS
HELEN KELLER
    $200 18
On January 4 this vice president announced to congress his own election as president
    $200 13
Working at an auto plant David Smith learned the techniques he used sculpting this “stainless” metal
    $200 25
Baby, boudoir & concert are 3 sizes of this type of piano
    $200 2
The largest number of active volcanoes in the U.S. lie in this Alaskan island group
    $200 1
During the Spanish Civil War, this “Animal Farm” author was wounded fighting for the Loyalists
    $200 4
Her father, Arthur H. Keller, had been a captain on this side in the Civil War
    $400 19
A parade held July 14, 1989 honored the 200th anniversary of its storming
    $400 14
James Earle Fraser, a sculptor of Western & American Indian themes, designed this coin in 1913
    $400 27
Stravinsky wrote a composition for 11 instruments in this style that's most associated with Scott Joplin
    $400 6
While Upper Klamath Lake is in Oregon, Lower Klamath Lake lies in this state
    $400 3
His Sherlock Holmes was partly based on a teacher at Edinburgh University
    $400 5
Helen graduated cum laude from this Cambridge, Mass. women's college in 1904
    $600 20
He replaced Admiral William Crowe as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $600 15
Discovered in 1820, this statue of Aphrodite was carved out of 2 blocks of marble
    $600 28
Now world-famous, this young Austrian choral group was established in 1498
    DD: $1,100 7
This state separates most of Alabama from the Gulf of Mexico
    $600 10
He first used the pseudonym Boz in the August 1834 issue of “The Monthly Magazine”
    $600 23
Helen spoke against nuclear arms in these 2 A-bomb-devastated Japanese cities
    $800 21
One of these occurred just before the start of game 3 of the World Series; the game was postponed
    $800 16
A group of sculptures from the Parthenon is known by the name of this Lord who took them to London
    $800 8
This Great Lake is connected to Lake Superior by the St. Mary's River
    $800 11
The Samoans built a road to this novelist's house called “The Road of the Loving Heart”
    DD: $1,300 24
For teaching Helen to communicate, this woman earned the nickname “The Miracle Worker”
    $1000 22
At a May 31, 1989 press conference this surgeon gen. called for an end to “happy hours” to reduce drunk driving
    $1000 17
This Florentine's 1430s bronze “David” shows the influence of classical Greek sculpture
    $1000 9
Winding through Idaho, the Salmon River is the largest tributary of this river
    $1000 12
This “Lost Horizon” author won an Oscar for co-writing the 1942 film “Mrs. Miniver”
    $1000 26
On the eve of WWI Helen left the Socialist Party for this one nicknamed the Wobblies

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brooke Brian John
$6,500 $7,600 $4,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

MUSEUMS
Founded in 1846, it's the world's largest museum complex with 16 museums & over 140 million items

Final scores:

Brooke Brian John
$11,000 $13,001 $8,000
2nd place Automatic semifinalist 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brooke Brian John
$8,000 $7,100 $3,500
25 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
9 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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