Show #2244 - Thursday, May 12, 1994

1994 College Championship final game 1.

Contestants

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Jeff Stewart, a senior from Brigham Young University

Dave Goldsmith, a senior from Colgate University

Keri Ellis, a senior from Michigan Technological University

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Jeopardy! Round

WOMEN IN HISTORY
SPORTS '93
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
LITERARY ALLUSIONS
MONTHS
"H"ODGEPODGE
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $100 1
Almost 6' tall, she appeared threatening when she burst into saloons brandishing a hatchet
    $100 30
Saying, he had achieved everything he could in basketball, he retired from the Bulls in October
    $100 4
To convert from Fahrenheit to this temperature scale, subtract 32 & multiply by 5/9
    $100 10
Idealistic, compulsive impracticality is called quixotism in honor of this title character
    $100 16
In the Northern Hemisphere it's the first month that falls completely in fall
    $100 24
This word is often followed by food, spa & insurance
    $200 2
Some of his wives are buried in small pyramids near the Great Pyramid he built at Giza
    $200 26
With Monica Seles sidelined, she won 3 of the year's grand slams tournaments
    $200 5
This unit of current is called an amp for short
    $200 11
Muscular men known for their valor & prowess are likened to this Edgar Rice Burroughs hero
    $200 17
In a sonnet Shakespeare wrote, "Rough winds do shake the darling buds of" this month
    $200 25
This popular green-fleshed winter melon is a good source of vitamin C
    $300 3
She was in her '80s when she organized the International Woman Suffrage Alliance in 1904
    $300 21
F. Griffith Joyner & T. McMillen replaced him as chairs of the pres.'s Council on Physical Fitness & Sports
    $300 8
The name of this biblical unit of length comes from the Latin word for "elbow"
    $300 13
A swain enamored with the pursuit of love is called this, after the amorous young Mr. Montague
    $300 19
Elizabeth von Arnim's 1922 novel about this "Enchanted" month has been filmed twice
    $300 29
It's the full moon nearest to the autumnal equinox
    $400 15
In 1853 she became superintendent of London's Institute for the Care of Sick Gentlewomen
    $400 12
Prairie Bayou won the 118th running of this horse race in Maryland on May 15
    $400 9
This unit of length is 3.37 inches longer than a yard
    $400 7
An unknown who achieves overnight success is compared to this heroine who wore fragile footwear
    $400 20
The names of 4 consecutive months end in this same letter
    $400 22
The lempira is the basic unit of currency in this Central American country
    DD: $600 18
Queen seen here in a portrait painted when she was a young girl:
    $500 28
Marge Schott, owner of this baseball team, was suspended for 1 year for making racist remarks
    $500 6
Used in Britain to weigh people & large animals, this unit was once the weight of a good-sized rock
    $500 14
Tartuffery, a synonym for hypocritical piety, was inspired by his 17th century play "Tartuffe"
    $500 23
It's the only month that can start on a Sunday & end on a Saturday
    $500 27
Samuel Butler called this bird "an egg's way of making another egg"

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

Keri Dave Jeff
$2,400 $1,100 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keri Dave Jeff
$3,500 $1,700 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 20th CENTURY
INVENTORS
WASHINGTON, D.C.
LIBRARIES
EXPLORERS
COLLEGE POTPOURRI
    $200 26
Crowned in Kyoto in 1928, he vowed to work for world peace
    $200 1
They made 4 flights on December 17, 1903—the first lasted only 12 seconds
    $200 14
Theodore Roosevelt Island in this river is a pedestrian-only wilderness preserve
    $200 15
The New York State Library in this capital has autographs of all the signers of the Dec. of Independence
    $200 27
Around 1541 his remains, & those of his son Diego, were taken to the Cathedral of Santo Domingo on Hispaniola
    $200 4
In medieval times there were of 7 of these "arts"; perhaps they didn't count conservative arts
    $400 22
In 1911 Edward McLean paid over $150,000 for this unlucky 44.5-carat blue diamond
    $400 2
His middle initial, H., stood for Hall, not Harvester
    $400 25
In 1993 this building celebrated its bicentennial with the return of its refurbished Freedom statue
    $400 30
This city's main public library building stands on State Street, near the lakefront
    $400 24
On Sept. 29, 1513 he took formal possession of the Pacific in the name of the king of Castile
    $400 18
Meryl Streep & this "Alien" actress attended the Yale School of Drama at the same time in the 1970s
    $600 12
In 1926 Jozef Pilsudski took dictatorial control of this country
    $600 3
This inventor founded an Association for the Deaf in 1890 & it was renamed in his honor in 1953
    $600 6
This agency once located in the Dept. of Justice Building moved to the J. Edgar Hoover Building in 1974
    $600 28
The Weber County Library in Ogden was the first building in this state used only as a library
    DD: $4,000 23
After this explorer was set adrift, Robert Bylot piloted his ship, the Discovery, back to England
    $600 17
A Ph.D. is a doctor of philosophy, while an Ed.D. stands for this
    $800 5
This woman who allegedly murdered her parents with an ax in 1892 died in 1927
    $800 8
Hie first invention was the separate condenser, which he later used in his steam engine
    $800 29
The first civil airport designed to specifically handle jets, it's been serving the D.C. area since 1962
    $800 7
The Bancroft Library at this school's Berkeley campus has a notable collection on the American West
    $800 16
On his 2nd voyage, 1772-75, this Englishman led the 1st recorded crossing of the Antarctic Circle
    $800 19
From the Latin for "purse", it's an official in charge of funds at a college
    $1000 9
This rival of Stalin was exiled to Alma-Ata in Kazakhstan in 1928
    DD: $1,500 13
This Italian-American led the team that produced the first nuclear chain reaction in 1942
    $1000 11
When she took office as mayor in 1991, she became the 1st black woman to preside over a major U.S. city
    $1000 10
Canada's first regional library system was established in this smallest province in 1933
    $1000 21
In 1534 he landed on Canada's Gaspe Peninsula & claimed the area for France
    $1000 20
A mulberry tree at this university is associated with one of its famous alumnl, John Milton

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keri Dave Jeff
$4,300 $5,400 $15,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

ALPHABETICALLY FIRST
Among the men who have walked on the Moon, his last name is alphabetically first

Final scores:

Keri Dave Jeff
$5,000 $10,000 $16,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keri Dave Jeff
$4,200 $4,900 $12,500
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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