Show #1099 - Thursday, May 18, 1989

1989 College Championship final game 1.

Contestants

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Linda Krisak, a sophomore from Case Western Reserve University

Alex Yang, a senior from Tulane University

Tom Cubbage, a senior from Southern Methodist Univeristy

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Jeopardy! Round

STARTS WITH "B"
BIRDS
SEE THE USA
PSYCHOLOGY
FASHION HISTORY
THE SPORT PLAYED
    $100 21
Despite its name, you don't have to be single to earn one of these degrees
    $100 20
The ancient Romans thought this TV network symbol a great delicacy roasted & served in its feathers
    $100 9
Famous home, now a museum, that's located on Elvis Presley Boulevard in Memphis, Tenn.
    $100 11
Carl Jung thought this "Father of Psychoanalysis" had a father complex
    $100 4
In the 1700s fashionable men wore three-cornered ones
    $100 1
Michael Jordan, Larry Bird & Earvin "Magic" Johnson
    $200 22
It commonly precedes hound, lust & sucker
    $200 27
A 56 ft. one of these atop a fast food restaurant in Marietta, Ga. is a local landmark
    $200 12
You can see Mister Rogers' sweater & this TV character's leather jacket at the Smithsonian
    $200 16
This term for thought-reform through propaganda & intimidation is from the Korean War era
    $200 5
The cardinal was a hooded cloak of this color, as its name suggests
    $200 2
Matt Biondi, Janet Evans & Kristin Otto
    $300 24
In Ancient Egypt both kings & queens wore false metal ones as a sign of sovereignty
    $300 28
Branch of zoology that's the scientific study of birds
    $300 13
London Bridge was falling down, so it was moved & rebuilt in this state's Lake Havasu City
    $300 17
Pavlov's dogs exhibited this conditioned reflex at the sound of a bell
    $300 6
This fancy term for ladies' underwear comes from the Latin meaning "made of linen"
    $300 3
Jose Canseco, Roger Clemens & Darryl Strawberry
    $400 25
This word can refer to an Irish accent or an Irish shoe
    $400 29
The most expensive commercial leather from a bird comes from this one
    $400 14
The famous 17-Mile Drive is located on this California peninsula
    DD: $400 18
French for "already seen", it's that funny feeling you've lived through something before
    $400 10
Short skirts, bobbed hair & extremely low waistlines 1st came into style in the U.S. during this decade
    $400 7
Eric Dickerson, Bernie Kosar & Joe Montana
    $500 26
A glass vessel designed to cover & protect, it's also the title of a Sylvia Plath novel
    $500 30
The name of this chattering crow is partly from a nickname for Margaret
    $500 15
Signs warning hikers in these N.H. Mts. say, "Stop. The area ahead has the worst weather in America"
    $500 19
The false belief that everybody's picking on you
    $500 23
Elizabethans wore rabatos, which were wide, lace-edged ones stiffened to stand up high in the bak
    $500 8
Rick Mears, Bobby Allison & Richard Petty

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Tom Alex Linda
$2,100 $600 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alex Linda
$3,700 $1,500 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS
ENGLISH LITERATURE
TECHNOLOGY
LAKES & RIVERS
CLASSICAL MUSIC
FAMOUS STUDENTS
    $200 11
Wilson was our last president born in Virginia, & he was our first
    $200 5
He wrote "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang", a children's story as well as the James Bond novels
    $200 26
Each year, Idaho sends samples of this crop to California's Camp Pendleton to be tested for disease
    $200 21
If the new London bridge in England, not Arizona, fell down. it would fall into this river
    $200 6
Type of fairy that Tchaikovsky set a-dancing in "The Nutcracker"
    $200 14
She was at UCLA on a basketball scholarship when Bob Kersee discovered her track & field talents
    $400 12
He was the 1st president to only serve one term
    $400 7
This country's 1930s civil war was the setting for Graham Greene's "The Confidential Agent"
    $400 27
Also called an electronic oven, it uses high-frequency electromagnetic waves to heat food
    $400 22
To get to Paris' Notre Dame Cathedral you have to cross a bridge over this river
    $400 4
The Hallelujah Chorus is found at the end of Part II of this Handel work
    $400 16
At his academy he reiterated what he'd learned from Socrates & sometimes adapted his ideas
    $600 13
While serving as this man's vice president, Aaron Burr killed Alexander Hamilton
    DD: $1,000 8
The title of this 1872 Samuel Butler novel, published anonymously, is an anagram for "nowhere"
    $600 28
In Jan. 1988 this company announced it would sell VHS format VCRs in addition to Betamax
    $600 23
This lake on the Manitoba-Saskatchewan border sounds like a watering hole for Santa's sleigh team
    $600 3
Bach's set of repetitive pieces designed to show contrapuntal technique is called "The art of" this
    $600 18
He studied directing at NYU under M. Scorsese & was an "absolutely mahvelous" student
    $800 15
Teddy Roosevelt became president upon his assassination
    $800 9
Mr. Lockwood, a tenant of Thrushcross Grange, narrates this Emily Bronte story
    $800 29
In 1978 the Double Eagle II became the 1st gas-filled craft of this type to cross the Atlantic
    $800 24
During the 16th c. Ivan IV claimed all of this great river's valley for Russia
    DD: $1,000 2
Spanish city in the title of the opera that gave us the following aria...
    $800 19
At Cornell, "Gravity's Rainbow" author Thomas Pynchon studied under this author of "Lolita"
    $1000 17
The only president whose father was a signer of the Declaration of Independence
    $1000 10
Her 1st novel "Sense & Sensibility", was published 2 years before "Pride & Prejudice"
    $1000 30
Some 85% of water used in the western U.S. is used for this purpose
    $1000 25
Though the Nile is longer, this 2nd longest river in Africa carries more water
    $1000 1
This composer died before finishing "The Tales of Hoffmann"; Ernest Guiraud finished it
    $1000 20
In Yale, he was in Robert Penn Warren's creative writing class; now he runs NBC TV

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alex Linda
$11,700 $8,100 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

EUROPE
Alphabetically it's the 1st member of both the European Community & NATO

Final scores:

Tom Alex Linda
$17,400 $10,100 $3,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Alex Linda
$11,300 $7,900 $5,400
28 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,600

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