Show #2470 - Friday, May 5, 1995

1995 College Championship quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Tamir Waser, a senior from the University of Virginia

Ben Lyon, a freshman from the University of Oklahoma

Jodi Boyle, a junior from Douglass College Rutgers University

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Jeopardy! Round

EUROPEAN HISTORY
CELEBRITIES
U.S. NUMBERS
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
POTPOURRI
UNDER THE SEA
    $100 1
After becoming Chancellor of Germany in 1933, Hitler withdrew the country from this league
    $100 11
In 1995 People magazine named this "Legends of the Fall" star "The Sexiest Man Alive"
    $100 6
A curb address painter would put this number in front of the White House
    $100 29
In 1995 this maker of Rice Krispies introduced low fat Pop-Tarts
    $100 16
This term for flattering talk comes from a block of limestone in County Cork, Ireland
    $100 21
The first of these born in captivity was at a Marineland in 1977, Orky & Corky were its parents
    $200 2
On June 25. 1991 Croatia & Slovenia formally declared their independence from this country
    $200 12
Since losing 125 pounds, this star of the cult film "Hairspray" has become a hit as a talk show host
    $200 7
Number of medals the U.S. won at the 1994 Winter Olympics or number of stripes on the U.S. flag
    $200 30
Candymaker Mars, Inc., produces the Kal Kan & Pedigree brands of this
    $200 17
This greenish. poisonous gas is used to kill bacteria in swimming pool water
    $200 22
The largest giant sea variety of this fish weighed over 563 lbs.; the largest striped one, over 78 lbs.
    $300 3
It's the historic period between the fall of the Roman Empire & the dawn of the Renaissance
    $300 13
His "SNL" character Linda Richman is based on his mother-in-law; "Talk amongst yourselves!"
    $300 8
It's Manhattan's area code
    $300 26
In 1955 Dixie Home Stores combined with Winn & Lovett, becoming this company
    $300 18
In 1813 an expeditionary force led by this man invaded Venezuela & liberated Caracas
    $300 23
The archerfish is known for "shooting" down these animals from 5 feet away
    $400 4
In 1969 this Spanish dictator named Prince Juan Carlos his eventual successor
    $400 14
This star of the "Alien" films took her unusual first name from a "Great Gatsby" character
    $400 9
There are currently this many men on the Supreme Court
    DD: $500 27
On Dec. 20, 1994 this company offered to replace all of its Pentium chips free of charge
    $400 19
It's an official language of Haiti, the United Nations & Belgium
    $400 24
Pilot fish & remoras usually travel with these predators
    $500 5
These 1455-1485 English wars involved the houses of Lancaster & York
    $500 15
This superstar recently shared her views at Harvard in a speech called "The Artist as Citizen"
    $500 10
Total number of states that border the Pacific
    $500 28
The stock of this software company headed by William Gates is traded over the counter
    $500 20
1 of 2 women to serve as Secretary of Labor under George Bush
    $500 25
At different stages of its life this fish is a fry, a parr, a smolt, a grilse, a kelt & after death, a patty

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

Jodi Ben Tamir
$400 $1,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jodi Ben Tamir
$1,200 $3,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
NUTRITION & HEALTH
COMPOSERS
U.S. STATES
LITERATURE
UNDER THE "C"
    $200 11
c. 1518 this son of John Cabot was named pilot major to the Spanish king
    $200 16
While it's advisable to keep this below 200, the HDL & LDL levels are important as well
    $200 26
This Tchaikovsky suite was first played in March 1892, about 9 months before the ballet of the same name
    $200 1
Since WWII about half of this state's tax revenues have come from the gambling & tourism industries
    $200 6
In an 1884 novel by Mark Twain, this title character helps the runaway slave Jim escape
    $200 21
This British university's Cavendish Laboratory of Experimental Physics opened in 1874
    $400 12
"Nothing Venture, Nothing Win" is the autobiography of this conqueror of Everest
    $400 17
One common nutritional deficiency is a lack of this mineral, which can lead to anemia
    $400 27
In 1781 he lost his job with the Archbishop of Salzburg & moved to Vienna
    $400 2
The first American steam locomotive, best friend of Charleston, was put into service in 1830 in this state
    $400 7
Chapter 21 of this Dumas novel is titled "My Lady de Winter"
    $400 22
Its an old for any giant statue, not just the one of Rhodes
    $600 13
Jacques Marquette joined this religious order at the age of 17
    $600 18
Cabbage & spinach are excellent sources of this vitamin that's essential for blood clotting
    $600 28
His 6th or "Pastoral" symphony contains imitations of a storm & birds singing
    $600 3
The Okefenokee Swamp swamps parts of these 2 states
    $600 8
This Voltaire novel opens in the noble castle of Baron Thunder-Ten-Tronckh in Westphalia
    $600 23
They're on the Rhine, in the air & in the corners of a chessboard
    $800 14
This American, the first to fly over the North Pole, traveled to the Philippines by himself at age 12
    $800 19
This nondigestible product found in grains & beans is thought to prevent certain intestinal disorders
    $800 29
His name can be traced back to Sibbe, a 17th century Finnish peasant name
    DD: $2,000 4
It's the only state that borders only 1 other state
    $800 9
Mink Snopes plots to murder his cousin Flem in this southerner's 1959 novel "The Mansion"
    $800 24
10-letter word for a sweet preparation, such as candy or ice cream
    $1000 15
This Norwegian who led the first expedition to the South Pole was one of the first to winter in Antarctica
    DD: $2,500 20
A powerful antioxidant, much of this orange substance converts to vitamin A in the body
    $1000 30
This Mussorgsky tone poem depicts a witches' sabbath on Mount Triglaf near Kiev
    $1000 5
The Willamette River is the largest river entirely within this state
    $1000 10
Stavrogin is the central character in his novel "The Possessed"
    $1000 25
It's the proper name for a turtle shell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jodi Ben Tamir
$5,200 $13,900 $4,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

SCULPTURE
"The shot heard round the world" is carved in the base of this Daniel Chester French statue

Final scores:

Jodi Ben Tamir
$0 $13,831 $9,800
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jodi Ben Tamir
$5,700 $11,200 $4,900
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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