Show #2237 - Tuesday, May 3, 1994

1994 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Sarah Jane Whitten, a senior from University of Texas at Dallas

Mark Rooney, a freshman from the University of Missouri at Rolla

Maggie Bandur, a sophomore from Northwestern University

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Jeopardy! Round

MASSACHUSETTS
ROCK 'N' ROLL
FLAGS
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
THE NOSE
HOMOPHONIC PAIRS
    $100 16
This landmark where the pilgrims landed in 1620 is now protected by a granite portico
    $100 1
Last heard on the charts in the '70s, he returned in 1993 & hit no, 1 with "I'd Do Anything For Love"
    $100 2
Alaska's flag shows the North Star & this constellation
    $100 11
This president, the son of a pres., was such a fine orator that he was nicknamed "Old Man Eloquent"
    $100 21
To stay sharp, "Keep your nose to" this sharpener
    $100 26
A frog relative with digits on its pedal extremities
    $200 17
On April 19, 1775 minutemen in these 2 towns fought the first battles of the Revolutionary War
    $200 3
He sang lead on Van Halen's "Why Can This Be Love"
    $200 7
The basis for this state's flag is the shield of Lord Baltimore
    $200 12
He was a member of Delta Kappa Epsilon at the University of Michigan
    $200 22
It contains the payload of a missile
    $200 27
Definitely not the moment for parsley, sage or rosemary
    $300 18
The first Europeans to visit the area were probably Vikings led by this Norseman
    $300 4
This German heavy metal group's "Face the Heat" album has quite a sting
    $300 8
To commemorate the Irish, Montserrat's flag shows a woman holding this musical instrument
    $300 13
He was president of the American Philosophical Society from 1797 until 1815
    $300 23
Completes the catch phrase "Cut off one's nose to..."
    $300 28
Lines of American beauties
    $400 19
The Berkshires, which contain Massachusetts' highest point, are an extension of this state's Green Mountains
    $400 5
This alternative rock group with the album "Siamese Dream" was on SNL's 1993 Halloween show
    $400 9
The flag of Kiribati depicts a frigate bird, the rising sun & this ocean
    $400 14
The largest American elk is named for this conservationist president
    $400 24
It's the nerve that detects smells
    $400 29
A ranch enclosure for a church singing group
    $500 20
Because of its early settlements on the water, Massachusetts is nicknamed this
    $500 6
Slim Jim Phantom of this "Rock This Town" group played Charlie Parker's drummer in the film "Bird"
    DD: $600 10
The green panel on this country's flag represents the heraldic color of Henry the Navigator
    $500 15
James Knox Polk served as governor of this state & is buried on the grounds of its capitol
    $500 25
The Statue of Liberty's nose is made of this metal
    $500 30
A head & shoulders statue sent by greyhound

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

Maggie Mark Sarah Jane
$100 $2,000 $2,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Maggie Mark Sarah Jane
$200 $3,100 $4,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
LANGUAGES
FICTIONAL ANIMALS
FAMOUS LAWYERS
16th CENTURY FASHION
U.S. "A"s
    $200 6
Rain delayed this 1815 battle, allowing Gebhard von Blucher's army to aid the Duke of Wellington
    $200 1
This country's dialects, such as Hakka & Wu, differ so greatly they're really separate languages
    $200 21
In "It's a Mystery, Charlie Brown", Snoopy had to find out who stole this little bird's nest
    $200 17
In 1958 he married South Africa's first black medical social worker, Nomzamo Winifred Madikizela
    $200 30
Galligaskins were loose ones of these; maybe they're the ancestors of today's baggys
    $200 11
In 1955 this union merged with its rival, the Congress of Industrial Organizations
    $400 7
When Solidarity was outlawed on December 13, 1981, this Union leader was confined for 11 months
    $400 2
Zuridutsch is the form of this language that's spoken in Zurich
    $400 19
In "The Jungle Book", Shere Khan is one of these ferocious animals
    $400 26
He was trying to secure the release of friend Wm. Beanes when he witnessed the shelling of Ft. McHenry
    $400 29
These decorative bands were used to hold up stockings
    $400 12
In 1964 a group of Indians claimed rights to this San Francisco Bay island under an old treaty
    $600 8
On Oct. 10, 1913, Pres. Wilson hit the switch to blow up Gamboa Dike, the last obstruction in this passage
    $600 3
Boeotian & Thessalian are dialects of this language
    $600 14
This E.B. White arachnid is "about the size of a gumdrop"
    $600 25
This biographer of Samuel Johnson followed his father, a Scottish judge, into the practice of law
    $600 28
A snoskyn was one of these furry handwarmers for women
    $600 13
When Lee met Grant at this place, Grant reminded him they'd
previously met in Mexico
    $800 9
By 1279 this empire spread from the Pacific to the Black Sea, from the Arabian Sea to the Siberian steppes
    $800 4
It's the language of instruction at the National University of Singapore
    $800 18
A nasty, ugly troll threatens to gobble up this ruminant trio
    DD: $1,100 22
A leading light of the U.S. consumer protection movement, he founded Public Citizen in 1971
    $800 27
Ladies reached new heights wearing chopines, which were these
    $800 16
In 1822 he brought a group of settlers, later known as the "Old Three Hundred", into Texas
    $1000 10
In 1870 this major city became the last territory on the Italian peninsula absorbed Italy
    $1000 5
The television network Sianel Pedwar Cymru broadcasts in this language
    $1000 20
In Great Britain this inquisitive monkey is known as Zozo
    $1000 23
This "Liberty and Union" orator served as legal counsel to the Bank of the United States
    DD: $1,500 24
An underpropper wire was sometimes used to support this collar seen here:
    $1000 15
The 2 states that fit the category that had to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Maggie Mark Sarah Jane
$1,800 $3,400 $13,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

BANKS
This New York City bank is named for the 25th Secretary of the Treasury

Final scores:

Maggie Mark Sarah Jane
$1 $0 $13,000
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Maggie Mark Sarah Jane
$1,800 $4,800 $12,700
9 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
8 W
(including 1 DD)
30 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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