Show #1369 - Thursday, July 12, 1990

1990 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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George Soule, a teacher from Northfield, Minnesota

Judy Colby, a former insurance underwriter from Montpelier, Vermont

Margot Cameron, a junior high school teacher originally from Kimberly, Nevada

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Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINE
EUROPE
LAW
ACTORS & ACTRESSES
EDUCATION
DICTIONARY ABBREVIATIONS
    $100 8
Even bacteria can be infected by these, the smallest known infectious agents
    $100 1
A company in St. Louis reported shipping more than 80 tons of it from Germany since Nov. 1989
    $100 18
The scribe in an Ancient Egyptian court is equivalent to this position in our courts today
    $100 17
His own son played the infant Moses in "The Ten Commandments"
    $100 6
Among honors at graduation, it falls between summa cum laude & cum laude
    $100 13
A word listed as "obs" is this, but we'll let you use it anyway
    $200 9
A pad applied to the skin using pressure & held in place; a cold one is used for swelling
    $200 2
The world's longest car tunnel is a 10.14-mile passage at this country's St. Gotthard Pass
    $200 19
Rule that sets a maximum time within which a suit can be brought
    $200 21
The firssf member the Fonda family to win an Oscar
    $200 7
Most state compulsory attendance laws require students to stay in school through this age
    $200 23
Linguists know that "hung" is short for this language
    $300 14
A cochlear implant is used to treat this disability
    $300 3
Called "├ęcole maternelles", they've been offered free of charge to the French since 1881
    $300 20
For the training of law students, hypothetical & historical cases are tried in these courts
    $300 22
Star of "One-Eyed Jacks", he became its director as well after Stanley Kubrick quit
    $300 10
Founded in 1867 to serve blacks, this Washington, D.C. university has always been open to all races
    $300 24
You don't have to be one of these to know that it's abbreviated "Th.D."
    $400 15
Thought to be due to intestinal spasms, this condition in babies usually ends after 3 months
    $400 4
In 1961 the Soviet Union broke diplomatic ties with this Balkan land due to its support of China
    $400 27
The term for the system of law of the Roman Catholic church
    $400 11
In 1848 this famous educator replaced John Quincy Adams as a Mass. congressman
    $400 25
This title which sometimes follows a British name can be abbreviated as "bt" or "bart"
    $500 16
This pulmonary disease can be spread by an infected person or by infected milk
    $500 5
The area named the "Free Territory of Trieste" by the U.N. in 1946 is now part of these 2 countries
    $500 28
They are the rules by which a corporation conducts its business
    DD: $700 12
This program was established in 1965 to give disadvantaged children a jump on kindergarten
    $500 26
In the dictionary, the abbreviation "def. art." refers to this part of speech

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Margot Judy George
-$200 -$100 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Margot Judy George
$0 $1,500 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TRAVEL & TOURISM
BOTANY
THE 20th CENTURY
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
REPUBLICANS
ASTROLOGY
    $200 1
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, floodlights illuminate the presidential quartet here
    $200 21
Chlorosis is a deficiency of this pigment causing a green plant to have yellow areas
    $200 6
In 1947 the first of these ancient biblical documents were discovered in a cave south of Jericho
    $200 7
A.A. Milne wrote the popular 1928 children's book called "The House at" this "Corner"
    $200 13
In 1960 this future HUD sec'y became the first pro quarterback to pass for more than 3,000 yards
    $200 26
This sign's constellation contains a star cluster called the Beehive, not the Crabhive
    $400 2
For big game fishing, try the waters surrounding Bimini in this country S.E. of Florida
    $400 22
A pea is this part of the plant
    $400 8
From 1905 until the end of WWII, Japan & this nation both claimed portions of Sakhalin island
    $400 10
In the title of a 1911 book by Frances Hodgson Burnett, this adjective describes the garden
    $400 14
This former Texas governor led "Democrats for Nixon" in 1972 & became a Republican the next year
    $400 27
This zodiacal symbol is often depicted pouring water, not just carrying it
    $600 3
Traveling from Denmark to the Netherlands, you'll want to exchange your kroner for these
    $600 23
Diseases that attack this fruit's plant include sigatoka, moko & Panama
    $600 9
For capturing 132 Germans, this WWI hero was made a sergeant & awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor
    $600 18
In "The Snow Queen" Kay becomes mean after fragments of this fly into his eye & his heart
    $600 15
James Patterson's 1973 biography of this Ohio senator was entitled "Mr. Republican"
    $600 28
Capricorn is associated with this god of forests, fields & flocks
    $800 4
To visit the original Guinness Brewery & sample a brew, go to this capital city
    $800 24
Sphagnum, which absorbs water like a sponge, is a type of this
    $800 11
52 lives were lost when this Italian liner collided with the Stockholm & sank on July 25, 1956
    $800 19
Eloise is a little girl who lives at this New York hotel
    $800 16
He built a reputation for prosecuting racketeers & began a 12-year hitch as N.Y. gov. in 1943
    $800 29
This aggressive passionate sign is symbolized by an animal with 6 to 12 eyes
    DD: $1,000 5
The alternate name of this London site is the Collegiate Church of St. Peter
    DD: $500 25
Flowers pollinated by this have very small petals or none at all
    $1000 12
He was South Korea's president during the Korean conflict
    $1000 20
His father, Raff, is a dike worker who fell from a scaffold & lost his memory
    $1000 17
In addition to chairing the Republican National Committee, he plays a mean blues guitar
    $1000 30
Some say this sign ruled by Neptune is the last sign of the zodiac; others say it's the first

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Margot Judy George
$2,000 $4,800 $9,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORATION
This country's flag was the first to be planted at the North Pole

Final scores:

Margot Judy George
$4,000 $6,800 $9,800
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Margot Judy George
$2,000 $5,300 $9,600
10 R,
4 W
15 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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