Show #1100 - Friday, May 19, 1989

1989 College Championship final game 2.

Contestants

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Linda Krisak, a sophomore from Case Western Reserve University (subtotal of $3,400)

Alex Yang, a senior from Tulane University (subtotal of $10,100)

Tom Cubbage, a senior from Southern Methodist Univeristy (subtotal of $17,400)

Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
PATRON SAINTS
COUNTRIES
COLLEGE TRIVIA
4-LETTER WORDS
TV THEMES
    $100 1
Though St. Jerome is the patron saint of these people, they'll still fine you if you return his works overdue
    $100 6
Among the regions in this country are Old Castile, New Castile & Andalusia
    $100 17
Students at Boston College can get their grades from machines like these you'd find at your bank
    $100 7
The underside part of the hand extending from the wrist to the base of the fingers
    $100 12
"Here's the story of a lovely lady / Who was bringing up three..."
    $200 2
Just the facts, ma'am; his name's Michael, he's a saint, the patron saint of these
    $200 8
Country whose cap!tal includes Buda on the west bank of the Danube & Pest on the east
    $200 18
Transylvania University, oldest U.S. college west of the Alleghenies, is in Lexington in this state
    $200 22
Already gone, it's not right
    $200 13
[Instrumental music plays]
    $300 28
Memphis-based overnight delivery service that now has 10,000 drop off boxes similar to mailboxes
    $300 3
Of Vanity, Apollonia or Sheila E., the patron saint of dentists & toothache sufferers
    $300 9
Though not part of the Organization of American States, it's the largest country in area of the Americas
    $300 19
This group that featured Lionel Richie got its start at Tuskegee University
    $300 23
This word meaning to breathe in short gasps comes from the same root as "fantasy"
    $300 14
"As long as we got each other / We got the world..."
    DD: $500 27
In February 1989 Sears closed over 800 stores for 42 hours to do this
    $400 4
St. James may not have been as mad as one, but he is a patron saint of them
    $400 10
1 of the 2 countries that share the Caspian Sea
    $400 20
The NCAA's Proposition 42 calls for at least a 700 SAT score & this GPA to win a 1st yr. athletic scholarship
    $400 24
It can precede baby, league or whacker
    $400 15
"What would you think if I sang out of tune? / Would you stand up and walk...."
    $500 26
Centered around 7th Avenue, it's NYC's largest manufacturing industry
    $500 5
She's the patron saint of miners, not of an NBC soap opera
    $500 11
The name of this West African country means "lion mountains"
    $500 21
When students protested his membership on the board of this mostly black D.C. univ., Lee Atwater resigned
    $500 25
To draw straight, parallel lines on a paper, or make a decision in court
    $500 16
"We never thought we'd find a place where we belong / Don't have to stand alone, we'll never let you fall / Don't need permission to decide what you believe / I said jump..."

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Tom Alex Linda
$2,400 -$500 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alex Linda
$4,200 $1,000 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWS
THE BRAIN
NOVELS
AMERICAN HISTORY
IN THE OCEAN
DISNEY DOGS
    $200 23
On April 7, 1989 a Soviet nuclear-powered submarine sank near this Scandinavian country
    $200 3
A mnemonic device helps you improve this
    $200 4
D.H. Lawrence could have called this book "Oliver Mellors' Lover"
    $200 6
This Treasury Dept. agency was founded in 1865 to catch counterfeiters, not to protect the president
    $200 21
While they're carefree & young, barnacles are free-swimming; on becoming adults, they do this
    $200 1
A bloodhound chasing Mickey in "The Chain Gang", he later became "Mickey's Pal"
    $400 24
In February 1989 Jimmy Johnson was hired to replace him as coach of the Dallas Cowboys
    $400 7
In this stage of sleep the brain is alert, but most of your muscles are in a paralyzed state
    $400 12
Kimball O'Hara is the central character in this Kipling novel
    $400 8
At one time, 6 white beads of this Indian currency were worth 1 English penny
    $400 22
The Encyclopedia of Aquatic Life says a shark can smell one drop of this in 25 gallons of water
    $400 2
He began in the early 1930s as a stringbean character called Dippy Dawg
    $600 25
The Senate by a vote of 53-47, rejected this Bush nominee for Secretary of Defense on March 9, 1989
    $600 14
Reader's Digest reports there's no correlation between the size of one's brain & this
    DD: $1,000 15
George Orwell's 2 most famous books, they were the last novels he wrote
    DD: $2,800 9
Evangelist Billy Sunday said, "Goodbye, John Barleycorn" when this was passed in 1919
    $600 26
In 1959 the 1st submersible designed for underwater exploration was built for this Frenchman
    $600 5
In 1960 the new xerography process made it unnecessary for the animators to draw all 101 of these
    $800 29
Robt. McFarlane became the 1st government official sentenced for his role in this
    $800 19
Each hemisphere, is divided into 4 of these, the temporal, occipital, parietal & frontal
    $800 16
Remarque said the purpose of this novel was "to tell of a generation of men...destroyed by" World War I
    $800 10
When Washington crossed the Delaware, he went from Pennsylvania to this state
    $800 27
All of these sea creatures belong to 2 main groups, toothed & baleen
    $800 13
Walt Disney's 1st live-action comedy & his 1st to star Fred MacMurray
    $1000 30
On Feb. 10, 1989 this Washington. D.C. attorney became the 1st black to chair the Democratic Party
    $1000 20
Encephalitis is an inflammation of the brain, & this is an inflammation of the membrane surrounding it
    $1000 17
Her 1st novel was "The Heart is a Lonely Hunter"
    $1000 11
Hannibal Hamlin was his 1st vice president
    $1000 28
It's the largest coral mass on earth
    $1000 18
In a 1957 film, this dog fights off a pack of wild pigs

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Alex Linda
$7,200 $8,200 $4,500

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE & PLACES
Plato mentioned this place in "Critias" & "Timaeus", & people today are still looking for it

Final scores:

Tom Alex Linda
$9,200 $14,501 $3,000

Cumulative scores:

Tom Alex Linda
$26,600 $24,601 $6,400
Tournament champion: $26,600 1st runner-up: $24,601 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Tom Alex Linda
$10,000 $8,700 $4,100
24 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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