Show #2010 - Friday, May 7, 1993

1993 College Championship quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Jessica Sison, a sophomore from San Francisco State University

Ann Menge, a senior from Marquette University

Eric Biber, a sophomore from Harvard University

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Jeopardy! Round

MATH
NURSERY RHYMES
TRAVEL U.S.A.
HISTORY
VOCABULARY
EAT YOUR VEGETABLES
    $100 26
An angle complementary to 43° would be 47°; one that's supplementary to 43° would be this
    $100 21
It's the line that precedes "Baker's man, bake me a cake as fast as you can"
    $100 1
At 26,000 square feet, the swimming pool at the Westin Kauai Resort is the largest in this state
    $100 14
On December 16, 1773 Paul Revere dressed up in war paint & feathers for this famous event
    $100 2
It sucks blood or precedes "tock"
    $100 9
This vine fruit eaten as a salad vegetable is called a cuke for short
    $200 27
Counting from 1, it's the first whole number you reach that isn't a prime number
    $200 22
"Some like it hot, some like it cold, some like it in the pot, nine days old"
    $200 3
The house in which Jesse James was killed is a tourist attraction in St. Joseph in this state
    $200 15
As a young lawyer, Winfield Scott witnessed this vice president's treason trial in 1807
    $200 5
"Pesky" is probably an alteration of this word for a nuisance
    $200 10
Like oranges, radishes are rich in this vitamin
    $300 28
In the two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system, the hor. axis is usually labeled this
    $300 23
At the end of "Hey, diddle, diddle", this pair runs off together
    $300 4
You can watch tarantulas being fed at the Nat'l Museum of Natural History, part of this museum complex
    $300 16
He said of his wife's family, "One 'D' is good enough for God, but not for the Todds"
    $300 6
Smaze is an atmospheric mixture of smoke & this, hence its name
    $300 12
To make cole slaw don't cook this main ingredient; just slice, shred or chop it
    $400 29
Correct questions to 18 of the 30 answers in the Jeopardy! round will give you this percentage
    $400 24
The one Lucy Locket lost had "nothing in it, but the binding round it"
    $400 11
If you like to revolve while you eat, head for the Space Needle in this city
    $400 17
The Orlov diamond, given to this Russian empress by a lover, was sort of a lovely parting gift
    $400 7
Umbra, Latin for "shadow", gave us this term for offense or resentment
    $400 19
The white rose type of this is similar to the russet but has a thinner skin
    $500 30
2/3 multiplied by 5/8 & simplified would be this fraction
    $500 25
He rapped at the window & cried through the lock, "Are the children all in bed? For now it's 8 o'clock"
    DD: $300 13
You'll find Red Hill, Patrick Henry's last home & burial place, near Brookneal in this state
    $500 18
She was a prisoner when her 15-year-old son James VI of Scotland was kidnapped by an earl
    $500 8
The plural of this body part is pharynges
    $500 20
This onion relative that resembles a giant scallion is a national symbol of Wales

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

Eric Ann Jessica
$1,200 $1,200 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Ann Jessica
$2,900 $2,800 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
CATEGORY ON ICE
EXPLORATION
POLITICIANS
THEATRE
COLLEGE NICKNAMES
    $200 3
Like Medusa, the 3 Furies had these instead of hair
    $200 26
Swiss scientist Louis Agassiz proved that these frozen masses move
    $200 20
When this Spaniard landed in Florida in 1513, he thought it was another island
    $200 8
In 1972 this present New York governor lost a race for New York City mayor to Ed Koch
    $200 1
"Tru", a 1-man show about this author, didn't premiere on Broadway but at Vassar College
    $200 14
The Hawkeyes
    $400 4
This monster of the labyrinth was the offspring of King Monos' wife & a white bull
    $400 27
In the U.S. during the 1880s, everyone took a turn at the crank at these "socials"
    $400 21
As a teenager he sailed on a Genoese galley against the pirates of Tunis
    $400 9
This former H.U.D. secretary quarterbacked the Buffalo Bills to the AFL title in 1964 & 1965
    $400 2
Tovah Feldshuh played 3 of this king's spouses in the 1992 musical "Six Wives"
    $400 15
The Bruins
    $600 5
In post-Homeric legend, he wanders several more years & is eventually killed by his son
    $600 28
Most icebergs in the Northern Hemisphere come from Greenland; in the Southern Hemisphere, they come from here
    $600 22
In 1769 & 1770 this British seaman charted New Zealand's North & South Islands
    $600 10
In 1975 this Kansas senator married Elizabeth Hanford, who had been a fed. trade commissioner under Pres. Ford
    $600 13
This musical takes place inside, below & on top of the Paris Opera House
    $600 16
The Jayhawks
    $800 6
Gods often swore by the waters of this river, the most famous of the ones that surrounded Hades
    $800 29
When water freezes, the hydrogen bonds form crystals with this many sides
    $800 24
Before marching into Mexico's interior, this Conquistador destroyed his fleet to prevent mutiny
    DD: $800 11
In December 1992 Lt. Governor Jim Guy Tucker succeeded to the governorship of this state
    $800 18
Sharon Gless made a writer's life "agony" in the stage version of this Stephen King novel
    $800 17
The Golden Gophers
    $1000 7
To facilitate the birth of this goddess, Zeus' skull had to be split open with an axe
    $1000 30
At normal atmospheric pressure, ice will begin to melt at this temperature
    DD: $900 25
In 1498 this Port. navigator enlisted the aid of ibn Majid a famous pilot, for his voyage to India
    $1000 12
As a military test pilot in the 1950s, this Ohio senator made the 1st transcontinental supersonic flight
    $1000 19
This extremely tall dancer with a "musical" name has won Tonys for directing, acting & choreography
    $1000 23
The Orangemen

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Ann Jessica
$11,000 $8,000 $5,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS & AUTHORS
First published in 1732, its author said it sold "annually, near ten thousand"

Final scores:

Eric Ann Jessica
$10,799 $15,500 $11,199
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Ann Jessica
$11,300 $8,000 $5,600
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
23 R,
1 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $24,900

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