Show #2008 - Wednesday, May 5, 1993

1993 College Championship quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Dave Larson, a senior from University of Wisconsin at Madison

Ericka Hayes, a junior from Washington University

Nelson Brooks, a senior from University of South Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

THE PENGUIN
JOKERS
"HOLY"
COTTON
UNDERWEAR
BATMAN
    $100 26
Expert swimmers, penguins use these parts of their bodies as paddles or flippers
    $100 1
On May 16 1992 she again joined Robin Williams & Billy Crystal to host Comic Relief
    $100 6
"Moo"ving expression for "wow!"
    $100 21
Corn is measured in bushels; cotton is measured in these
    $100 16
During the 1992 L.A. riots, this rock star's bustier was stolen from Frederick's of Hollywood
    $100 11
While Superman calls Metropolis home, Batman has this city
    $200 27
This "royal" species is the largest penguin; the King penguin is second largest
    $200 2
He claims he gets mail that says "You may already be a loser"; now that's getting no respect
    $200 7
A badly behaved child is described as one of these
    $200 22
This oil is used in making margarine, soap & paint
    $200 17
This Funky Bunch leader helped popularize the boxer short waistband sticking over the top of the pants look
    $200 12
On the TV series, this batvehicle had several different batlicense plates, including BAT-1
    $300 28
The Fiordland penguin is confined mostly to this kiwi country's South Island
    $300 3
He tooled his standup act into a prime time series, "Home Improvement"
    $300 8
Member of the Trinity responsible for speaking in tongues
    DD: $800 23
A cotton thread was used for this part of the first practical incandescent light
    $300 18
This Romanian gymnast has received a lot of attention with her "Jockey For Her" ads
    $300 13
Tim Drake, the 3rd person to be this partner of Batman lives with his father next door to Wayne Manor
    $400 29
The world's rarest penguin is named for & confined to these Ecuadoran islands
    $400 4
Critics are cheering over his portrayal of talk show host Larry Sanders on HBO
    $400 9
This empire came into existence on Christmas Day, 800A.D.
    $400 24
Eli Whitney could tell you that this process determines the smoothness of the cotton
    $400 19
For "Days of Thunder", Tom Cruise wore a pair of $100 long johns treated to be this
    $400 14
Among other things, it holds gas pellets, lasers & batarangs
    $500 30
The penguin's chief predator at sea is the leopard species of this mammal
    $500 5
This hostess of VH1's "Stand-Up Spotlight" played third base in "A League of Their Own"
    $500 10
The place in the Jewish temple in which the Ark of the Covenant was kept
    $500 25
This capital of the Tamil Nadu state in India has given its name to a bleeding cotton fabric
    $500 20
The Fruit of the Loom quartet has a fig leaf, an apple & 2 different types of this fruit
    $500 15
This batvillain changed his name from Eddie Nashton to Edward or E. Nigma

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

Nelson Ericka Dave
$500 $0 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nelson Ericka Dave
$1,600 $600 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 20th CENTURY
COOKING
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
SCIENTISTS & INVENTORS
AMERICAN LITERATURE
    $200 5
This general was wounded twice in Vietnam before leading the Allies in the Persian Gulf War
    $200 22
This animal's knuckles are often simmered with sauerkraut
    $200 8
This African river's seasonal floods are the result of rains in the Ethiopian highlands
    $200 17
Its athletic teams are known as the Seminoles
    $200 1
In 1914 this Frenchwoman became the first director of the Radium Institute
    $200 14
This Hemingway novella about an aging fisherman was based on a true story he'd heard from his Cuban boatman
    $400 6
In 1928 WGY in Schenectady, N.Y. became the first scheduled broadcaster in this medium
    $400 23
This cooking method can be "shallow" or "deep"
    $400 9
St. George's Channel separates Wales from this country
    $400 18
The Clements Library in this Ann Arbor school is known for its Revolutionary War collection
    $400 2
In 1839 this rubber pioneer discovered the process of vulcanization
    $400 12
Among the pseudonyms this author used were Diedrich Knickerbocker & Geoffrey Crayon
    $600 7
In Sept. 1992 Steven McAuliffe, husband of this Challenger explosion victim, was nominated to be a judge
    $600 28
When making pie dough, flour your rolling pin lightly to keep the dough from doing this
    $600 10
Marco Polo may have been the first European to cross this desert in Mongolia & northern China
    $600 19
This Indiana university's school of law was the first at a Roman Catholic university in the U.S.
    $600 3
Edison's stock printer was invented for this telegraph company
    $600 13
In this Poe short story, a watch ticking beneath a floorboard drives a man to confess to murder
    DD: $2,000 26
Barbara Bush, Michael Jackson & Elton John attended the 1990 funeral of this teenage AIDS activist
    $800 29
Pastry bags are often used to do this to cakes
    $800 24
The August 1883 explosion of this Indonesian volcano was heard about 3,000 miles away
    $800 20
Founded in 1693, this college in Williamsburg is Virginia's oldest & the second oldest in the U.S.
    $800 4
A temperature scale is named for this scientist who initiated the use of mercury in thermometers c. 1715
    $800 15
This 1952 novel by John Steinbeck is based on the biblical story of Cain & Abel
    $1000 27
Also called the Labor Management Relations Act, this act was passed over Truman's veto in 1947
    $1000 30
This grated cheese is the traditional topping for Caesar salad
    $1000 25
This Alpine lake, called Lac Leman by the French, is formed by a natural damming of the Rhone River
    $1000 21
Pulitzer Prizes are bestowed annually by this university's school of journalism
    DD: $1,000 11
The National Accelerator Lab near Batavia, Illinois is named for this Italian-American physicist
    $1000 16
In a story by Bret Harte, John Oakhurst & Mother Shipton are among "The Outcasts of" this mining town

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nelson Ericka Dave
$11,000 $4,200 $7,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWS
In January 1993 he was elected president of a country 2/3 the size of the one he led 7 months earlier

Final scores:

Nelson Ericka Dave
$15,000 $0 $11,001
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nelson Ericka Dave
$9,300 $4,200 $7,400
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
27 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,900

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