Show #2012 - Tuesday, May 11, 1993

1993 College Championship semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Eric Biber, a sophomore from Harvard University

Dave Larson, a senior from University of Wisconsin at Madison

Keena Baumgartner, a sophomore from University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana

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Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
TRAVEL & TOURISM
NICKNAMES
WEDDING ETIQUETTE
THE TELEPHONE
TV DOLLS
(Alex: We will show you a television doll; we want you to identify the television show.)
    $100 11
In the late 1850s Horace Bixby, a riverboat pilot, taught him the skills of the trade
    $100 1
Each June brings the Will Rogers Stampede Rodeo & Parade to Claremore in this "Sooner State"
    $100 6
"The Bard of Avon"
    $100 14
Some receptions have a separate one of of these for the groom; pieces of it are boxed for guests to take home
    $100 19
These include 213 for Los Angeles & 313 for Detroit
    $100 26
Take a look at this
    $200 12
This "Scarlet Letter" author died in 1864 while visiting N.H. with former President Franklin Pierce
    $200 2
The world's tallest tree, a 365-foot redwood, stands in this state's Humboldt County
    $200 7
"The Hero of Appomattox"
    $200 16
This honor attendant is expected to help the bride adjust her train & veil
    $200 20
In the U.S. 911 is the 3-digit number reserved for emergency services & this is the one for information
    $200 27
Take a look
    $300 13
Though found in this man's desk after his death in 1891, "Billy Budd" remained unpublished until 1924
    $300 3
This Paris landmark was due for demolition in 1909, but the development of the wireless saved it
    $300 8
"Lucky Lindy"
    $300 17
Bride's Book of Etiquette says there should be at least 1 of these men for every 50 guests
    $300 21
This service alerts a single-line user to a 2nd incoming call & allows her to switch between the 1st & 2nd
    $300 28
Answer
    $400 15
Her first novel was "Little House in the Big Woods", published in 1932
    DD: $400 4
A good place from which to observe Vienna is an over 800-foot-high tower named for this river
    $400 9
"The Lady with the Lamp"
    $400 22
This attendant, traditionally a small boy, may walk alone or with the flower girl
    $400 24
This assistant of Alexander Graham Bell was one of the partners in the Bell Telephone Co., founded in 1877
    $400 29
Identify the show if you can
    $500 18
This author of "Black Beauty" was an invalid who needed a horse-drawn carriage to get around
    $500 5
You can get a free beer after touring this brewery on Stadhouderskade in Amsterdam
    $500 10
"The Mother of the Girl Scouts"
    $500 23
The groom's family may host this dinner the night before the wedding
    $500 25
The light that travels down a fiber optic cable is produced by tiny ones of these
    $500 30
Take a look at our last picture. Anyone?

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

Keena Dave Eric
$2,200 $100 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keena Dave Eric
$4,700 $400 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
THE BODY HUMAN
SUPERSTITIONS
MOVIES
CALCULUS
"SAT"s
    $200 2
This Pilgrim document is dated November 11, 1620 & begins, "In the name of God, amen"
    $200 13
This largest artery, which arises from the left ventricle, is shaped like a walking cane
    $200 8
Find 2 of these in 1 egg & good fortune will be yours
    $200 1
In "Hook" Julia Roberts flutters about the screen in this role
    $200 22
Legend says Newton's Law of Gravity & his invention of calc. came from watching one of these fruits fall
    $200 21
This planet is 9 1/2 times farther from the sun than the Earth is
    $400 4
On April 17, 1961 a force of about 1,500 exiled Cubans trained by the CIA landed at this site
    $400 17
Sort of a holding tank for food, it's the widest part of the alimentary canal
    $400 9
If these start to ring or burn, beware...someone is talking about you
    $400 3
Tom Cruise as a Navy lawyer defends 2 Marines accused of murder in this film
    $400 24
This 17th c. Frenchman contributed to the development of calc. when he used algebra to describe curves
    $400 23
In mythology these forest gods, half-man, half-goat, were famous for chasing nymphs
    DD: $1,000 5
Most of these 85 essays written to New York newspapers were published in book form in 1788
    $600 18
In a healthy adult, this pair of organs filters about 50 gallons of blood each day
    $600 10
Not only is it bad luck to break it, but looking into a cracked one is also ill-advised
    $600 14
You've got to "hand" it to Johnny Depp, he was a real "cutup" in this 1990 Tim Burton film
    $600 25
You need calc. to take this earth measurement because it isn't a perfect sphere; if it were, you'd use (4/3) pi r3
    $600 26
It's the form of literature that uses irony or sarcasm to attack human nature
    $800 6
Between 1804 & 1807, while Chief Justice, he published a 5-volume "Life of George Washington"
    $800 19
It's the 2-word name of the lowest part of the brain stem that controls heart rate & breathing
    $800 11
Some say this pair of weather phenomena is the voice & wrath of God
    $800 15
In this true-life drama, Nick Nolte & Susan Sarandon try to find a cure for their son's illness
    $800 28
The 2 main branches are differential & this
    $800 27
On their first U.S. No. 1 Hit, The Rolling Stones tried, & they tried but they couldn't get this
    $1000 7
In 1838 a border conflict erupted between New Brunswick & this state over the Aroostook Valley
    $1000 20
Also called immunoglobulins, they're the proteins produced by the immune system to fight off disease
    $1000 12
In Scotland it's unlucky to reveal the name of a baby before he or she has had this rite performed
    $1000 16
This 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film was based on Philip K. Dick's "We Can Get It for You Wholesale"
    DD: $4,800 29
This German calculus founder was considered a universal genius by his friends & thief by Newtonians
    $1000 30
It's a popular Asian dish consisting of grilled meat on skewers served with peanut sauce

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keena Dave Eric
$6,500 $1,000 $12,100

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

CANADA
It's the only Canadian province separated entirely from the North American mainland

Final scores:

Keena Dave Eric
$12,900 $0 $13,001
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keena Dave Eric
$6,500 $5,800 $11,700
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
12 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,000

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