Show #2245 - Friday, May 13, 1994

1994 College Championship final game 2.

Contestants

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Jeff Stewart, a senior from Brigham Young University (subtotal of $16,800)

Dave Goldsmith, a senior from Colgate University (subtotal of $10,000)

Keri Ellis, a senior from Michigan Technological University (subtotal of $5,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
COMIC BOOKS
BALLET
STATE ANIMALS
FIRST NAMES
ENDS "IN"
    $100 26
The Berne Convention of 1886 was about these, symbolized by a C in a circle
    $100 5
After Bruce Wayne's back was broken by Bane, Jean Paul Valley took over as this, hero
    $100 1
Used during exercises, it's the horizontal wooden support that runs along the wall of a ballet studio
    $100 12
Crazy as it seems, it's Minnesota's state bird
    $100 28
Becky often used independently, is also a pet form of this name
    $100 9
Take the lady from her dance partner
    $200 30
Around 621 B.C. Draco, a chief magistrate, first codified the laws for this Greek city-state's people
    $200 6
The Marvel comic featuring this MTV pair is "suggested for immature readers"
    $200 2
Traditionally, the ballerinas in "La Sylphide" & "Les Sylphides" wear diaphanous tutus of this color
    $200 27
The white-tailed type of this is Nebraska's state mammal
    $200 29
Meaning "youthful", it's' the perfect name for a "pretty woman"
    $200 13
A vote for a candidate who is not on the ballot
    $300 19
Only 1 volume of this Karl Marx 4-volume work was published before his death
    $300 11
"The Witching Hour" is among her novels that have been adapted into comics
    $300 3
Sir Kenneth MacMillan's ballet "Winter Dreams" was inspired by this playwright's "The Three Sisters"
    $300 25
Resembling a small lobster, it's Louisiana's state crustacean
    $300 18
This name that means "blessed" may have lost favor in the U.S. after its association with a famous traitor
    $300 23
Give someone an oath of office
    $400 10
The ABC treaty of 1915 was signed by these 3 South American countries
    $400 22
Jellybean is the baby sister of this Archie Comics character
    $400 8
"Symphony in C" is performed to music written by this "Carmen" composer when he was just 17
    $400 4
South Dakota's state animal is this howling canine
    DD: $1,000 17
Once referring to a boy training for knighthood, it's now a popular name for girls
    $400 24
Eavesdrop
    $500 15
After this 1215: document was declared void by Innocent III, it was reissued with changes in 1216, 1217 & 1225
    $500 21
Now Comics is presenting the "New Adventures" of this driver of the Mach Five
    $500 7
When this Tchaikovsky ballet premiered in 1890, a male dancer played Carabosse the evil fairy
    $500 14
It's the state insect of New Jersey, Maine & Utah
    $500 16
Jed is short for this biblical name
    $500 20
Lend a hand to stop litter

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

Keri Dave Jeff
$700 $800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Keri Dave Jeff
$2,900 $1,700 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BIOLOGY
WORLD CAPITALS
THE NEW TESTAMENT
BLACK AMERICA
THE 1990s
LITERARY POTPOURRI
    $200 1
It's the large organ suspended from a cow's body that holds milk
    $200 4
The U.S. embassy in this capital overlooks the Avenue des Champs-Elysees from the north
    $200 19
This disciple, "one of the twelve, went unto the chief priests" to betray Jesus
    $200 10
In the race for the 1988 Dem. presidential nomination, he finished second to Michael Dukakis
    $200 30
This Jan. 17, 1994 event caused the cancellation of Jeopardy's Jan. 18 & 19 tapings
    $200 28
Near the end of this novel, Passepartout discovers that the trip could have been made in just 78 days
    $400 17
It's the part of a living cell that contains the chromosomes
    $400 7
This Indian capital was designed by architects Sir Herbert Baker & Sir Edwin Lutyens
    $400 24
He was the son of Zacharias & Elisabeth & the cousin of Jesus' mother, Mary
    $400 27
This actor earned an Oscar nomination for playing the title role in the 1992 film "Malcolm X"
    $400 29
This New York governor put Bill Clinton's name into nomination at the 1992 Democratic convention
    $400 22
"Life is made up of marble and mud', wrote this author in "The House of the Seven Gables"
    $600 18
In the liver & spleen, a protein called ferritin stores this mineral
    $600 3
Thoroughfares in this capital include Adelaide Avenue & Melbourne Avenue
    $600 21
In Romans this apostle wrote "The gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord"
    $600 26
In 1894 this agricultural scientist became the first black graduate of what's now Iowa State University
    $600 20
Former Duke Univ. President Terry Sanford lost his Senate reelection bid from this state in 1992
    $600 23
This author of "Kim" set his children's book "Rewards and Fairies" in Sussex, where he lived
    DD: $2,800 2
Though "inferior" in name, it's the largest vein in the human body
    $800 5
In 1809 this Ecuadoran capital staged one of the first uprisings for independence in Latin America
    $800 8
This last book ends with "The Grace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all. Amen"
    $800 9
This Supreme Court justice began practicing law in 1933, after graduating from Howard University
    $800 25
On Nov 1, 1993 Alexander Trotman replaced Harold A. Poling as CEO of this auto company
    $800 11
This sir Thomas Malory work is based in part on French sources such as the "Suite du Merlin"
    $1000 16
Nerve impulses in the body are transmitted from cell to cell by dendrites & these fibers
    $1000 6
The metropolitan area of this European capital is officially bilingual, with French & Dutch spoken
    $1000 13
Tradition says that the Horns of Hattin was the peak where Jesus delivered this message
    $1000 15
This abolitionist & editor of the North Star once served as recorder of deeds in Washington, D.C.
    $1000 12
In Sept. 1991 this writer emerged from hiding to accept an award for "Haroun and the Sea of Stories"
    DD: $2,900 14
The the beginning of this 1897 H.G. Wells novel, the title character is "wrapped up from head to foot"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Keri Dave Jeff
$9,400 $4,700 $12,000
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGICAL WOMEN
The name of this woman in mythology is Greek for "weaver" or "bobbin worker"

Final scores:

Keri Dave Jeff
$2,600 $9,160 $6,001

Cumulative scores:

Keri Dave Jeff
$7,600 $19,160 $22,801
2nd runner-up: $7,600 1st runner-up: $19,160 Tournament champion: $25,000 + Dodge Dakota Club Cab Sport + trophy

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Keri Dave Jeff
$6,900 $4,700 $10,000
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
10 R,
1 W
28 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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