Show #1789 - Thursday, May 14, 1992

1992 College Championship final game 1.

Contestants

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Billy Baxter, a senior from the College of William & Mary

Stephanie Leveene, a senior from the University of Delaware

Nick Jungman, a sophomore from the University of Oklahoma

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Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
STAR TREK: THE MOVIES
NON-POTENT POTABLES
THE CARIBBEAN
U.S. FLAGS
LEFTOVERS
    $100 21
Famed for its odor, this animal can be spotted, hog-nosed or, of course, striped
    $100 11
At the start of "Star Trek—The Motion Picture", Will Decker was its captain
    $100 1
During the 1992 Super Bowl, this drink introduced its new slogan "Gotta Have It"
    $100 30
Damballah is an important deity in this Haitian folk religion
    $100 2
The last year the presidential flag was altered was 1960 when this was added
    $100 13
In poetry it's a contraction of "evening" or "even"
    $200 29
It's the female, not the male, in a pride of these cats who does most of the hunting
    $200 12
This title character from "Star Trek II" was from the "Space Seed" episode of the TV show
    $200 3
3-letter word for any drink made up of water, sweetener & citrus juice
    $200 25
The tumba, not the rumba, has been called Curacao's national one of these
    $200 5
This color standing for justice on the American flag is missing from the flag of Washington, D.C.
    $200 15
The ock, mole & windrush are just a few of this English river's many tributaries
    $300 28
Ospreys prefer to dine on this type of animal; they dive for them & grasp them with their feet
    $300 14
1 of the 2 men who've directed 2 of the movies
    $300 4
It "does a body good" because it contains protein, calcium, phosphorus, vitamins A & D & lactose
    $300 24
Caribbean islanders sometimes combine peas with this grain also found in arroz con pollo
    $300 7
This state's flag is yellow with the sun symbol of the Zia Indian Pueblo in red
    $300 16
The Chateau de Blois is famed for its extraordinary semi-enclosed winding one of these
    $400 27
The brindled one of these wildebeests usually has a black tail
    $400 17
In "Star Trek IV" George & Gracie were these
    $400 6
Cranprune, a mix of cranberries & prunes, used to be a regular in this company's drink line
    $400 23
The last word you'll probably hear on Bonaire is "ayo", which is Papiamento for this
    $400 9
While he was vice president in 1975, the office's flag was redone, giving it a bolder bird
    $400 18
First name shared by Princess Margaret's daughter & the Duchess of York
    $500 26
Lemmings, which are known for their tendency to drown accidentally, belong to this order of mammals
    $500 20
For "Star Trek III" Robin Curtis took over the role of this Vulcan
    $500 8
Hi-C & Minute Maid are owned by this soft drink maker
    $500 22
You'll find the Museum of Dominican Man in this capital of the Dominican Republic
    DD: $1,200 10
By exec. order the width of each stripe on the U.S. flag should be this fraction of the height of the flag
    $500 19
The fur of a sable is often brown, but in heraldry, "sable" is this color

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

Nick Stephanie Billy
$2,900 $300 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$4,500 $1,500 $100

Double Jeopardy! Round

AUTHORS
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
EUROPEAN HISTORY
FLOWERS
CLASSICAL MUSIC
FILE UNDER "U"
(Each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 8
His father, Murray C. Faulkner, was business manager of the University of Mississippi
    $200 13
Columns in this weekly magazine include "Cheers 'n' Jeers", "Video Cassette Report" & "The Couch Critic"
    $200 28
Garibaldi's capture of Palermo & Naples in 1860 led to the annexation of this island to Italy
    $200 30
Flowers are often grown in "hot" ones or "green" ones
    $200 25
Describing his growing deafness in a letter to his brothers, he wrote, "I must live like an exile"
    $200 29
For a short time this planet was called Herschel
    $400 7
He wrote "Charlotte's Web" & also revised William Strunk Jr.'s "The Elements of Style"
    $400 14
This nation's dailies include the Cape Times & Natal Mercury
    $400 18
On November 15, 1920 this organization's assembly first met in Geneva
    $400 27
A "shrinking" or "blushing" person is often compared to this reddish-blue flower
    $400 12
This composer's "A German Requiem" & "Lullaby" were both completed in 1868
    $400 23
The first U.S. one of these was buried in Arlington National Cemetery November 11, 1921
    $600 6
George Orwell wrote this, his last & most famous novel, on the Inner Hebrides island of Jura
    $600 17
Although People ls published weekly, US magazine, it's main competitor, is published this often
    $600 3
At the Battle of Crecy in 1346 English archers won this long war's greatest victory
    $600 26
This "brown-eyed" flower would be perfect for a brown-eyed girl of the same name
    $600 11
His 2nd son, Carl Philipp Emanuel, was court harpsichordist for King Frederick II
    $600 22
To move in a wavelike motion
    $800 4
Along with "The Prophet", this Mystic wrote "The Garden of the Prophet"
    $800 16
In 1946 this Miami newspaper began an English international edition in Cuba
    DD: $1,000 1
After Napoleon's final defeat in 1815, the congress of this city confirmed Swiss neutrality
    $800 24
The leopard & tiger types of this flower have coloration similar to wildcats
    DD: $2,000 10
This American composer first conducted the New York Philharmonic on November 14, 1943
    $800 21
It's the 20th letter of the Greek alphabet
    $1000 5
During her life, her novels such as "Emma" & "Mansfield Park" were published anonymously
    $1000 15
The Edmonton Bulletin, founded in 1880, was this Canadian province's first newspaper
    $1000 2
In 1519 this country's King Charles I became Holy Roman emperor as Charles V
    $1000 19
Floribundas are hybrid ones of these developed by crossing polyanthas & hybrid teas
    $1000 9
Blindness ended the career of this German-born composer famous for his "Water Music"
    $1000 20
The treaties signed in this Dutch city ended the War of the Spanish Succession

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$5,700 $11,700 $5,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

RELIGIOUS LEADERS
Gan-den Trup-pa, a monk, scholar & author, was the first man to be given this title

Final scores:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$10,000 $11,900 $9,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Nick Stephanie Billy
$5,000 $10,500 $5,100
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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