Show #1782 - Tuesday, May 5, 1992

1992 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Tricia Johnson, a junior from Southern Methodist University

Glen Cotton, a senior from Louisiana State University

Ernst Bell, a senior from the University of Florida

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Jeopardy! Round

INVENTORS
ROCK & RAP LETTERS
HISTORIC NICKNAMES
GUINNESS RECORDS
QUOTES
"SAINT"LY CITIES
    $100 27
In 1826 Joseph Niepce made the 1st one of these using a plate sensitized with bitumen that was exposed 8 hours
    $100 1
"The Razor's Edge" is an album by this Aussie hard rock group
    $100 6
"The Sun King"
    $100 11
In 1990, 393 of these were licked & affixed in 4 minutes by John Kenmuir of Scotland
    $100 12
"It is easier for a camel to go through" this "than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God"
    $100 18
This "Twin City" is a port of entry at the head of navigation on the Mississippi River
    $200 28
Johann Maelzel, a friend of Beethoven's, patented a device that enabled dolls to do this
    $200 2
Will Smith's partner Jeff Townes is known by this name
    $200 7
"The Billionaire Recluse"
    $200 17
Alan McDonald of New Zealand machine-sheared 805 of these creatures in 9 hours in 1990
    $200 13
The Christophers" motto is "It is better to light one" of these "than to curse the darkness"
    $200 20
This city in northeastern Florida has a Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park
    $300 29
His cylinder lock invention was based on the pin tumblers of the ancient Egyptians
    $300 3
This group made an unbelievable splash with "Unbelievable"
    $300 8
"The Father of the Gunpowder Plot'
    $300 19
The world's largest "farm" for these fungi is in an abandoned limestone mine near Worthington, Penn.
    $300 14
Time magazine said this man "and the FBI were one—creator and creation"
    $300 23
In 1837 the 1st railroad in Russia linked what's now Pushkin with this city on the Gulf of Finland
    $400 30
In the 1850s this rubber pioneer wrote an account of his discoveries in "Gum-Elastic & Its Varieties"
    $400 4
They hit the charts in 1990 with the "manufactured" song "Gonna Make You Sweat"
    $400 9
"The Hero of Lake Erie"
    $400 21
The largest synagogue in the world is Temple Emanu-El in this city
    $400 15
He wrote of human speech in "Madame Bovary", "We long to make music that will melt the stars"
    $400 24
This Scottish city between Edinburgh & Dundee is sometimes called the "Capital of Golf"
    $500 26
About 5 years after inventing an elevator safety device, he invented a steam plow
    $500 5
Big guy who sings with the Boyz on the album "Peaceful Journey"
    DD: $1,000 10
"Old Rough and Ready"
    $500 22
This author's "If" is considered the most successful poem, based on translations & reprintings
    $500 16
"He who praises everybody, praises nobody" is a footnote in his "Life of Johnson"
    $500 25
Founded in 1826, this city on the Missouri was a starting point for wagon trains traveling to California

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

Ernst Glen Tricia
$600 -$200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ernst Glen Tricia
$1,500 $1,500 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

BRITISH AUTHORS
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
LANGUAGES
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
THE MIDDLE AGES
THE PLANETS
    $200 13
Compton's Ency. says, "For a fictionalized account of his early life, read 'David Copperfield'"
    $200 1
Exposed in 1972, it's considered the biggest political scandal in U.S. history
    $200 6
This language is based on Attic, a dialect used in the region of Attica around Athens
    $200 26
This measurement of area comes from a Latin word meaning "pastureland"
    $200 21
This writing material came to Europe in the 11th c. & began to replace parchment in the 13th
    $200 11
This planet is often hard to see from Earth, due to the sun's brightness & its innermost position
    $400 14
In 1988 his controversial book "The Satanic Verses" won Britain's prestigious Whitbread Prize
    $400 2
A relatively unknown candidate for office is often described by this "equine" term
    $400 7
About 98% of Austrians speak this language
    $400 27
It takes this many pecks to equal a bushel
    $400 22
He was elected to parliament in 1386 & began writing "The Canterbury Tales" about a year later
    $400 12
Although second from the Sun, this planet is actually the hottest in the solar system
    $600 17
The initials in the name of this "Winnie the Pooh" author stand for Alan Alexander
    $600 3
By 1873 this privilege of free mailing was so abused that it was temporarily discontinued
    $600 8
The Mayan languages are currently spoken in this Mexican peninsula
    $600 28
The royal version of this Egyptian measurement of length was divided into units of 7 palms
    $600 23
Hagia Sophia Cathedral in this city was built in only about 6 years ending in 537
    $600 15
This colorful feature of Jupiter is an atmospheric storm so large, 2 Earths could fit inside it
    $800 18
It's the pen name under which David John Moore Cornwell wrote "A Perfect Spy"
    DD: $2,500 4
In 1966 Congress passed this act allowing public access to federal records
    $800 9
This country's 2 official languages are Spanish & Quechua, an Indian tongue
    $800 29
The force needed to accelerate a 1-kg. mass 1 meter/sec./sec. is named for this 17th c. scientist
    $800 24
The origins of this country go back to 1291, when 3 cantons entered into the Perpetual Compact
    $800 16
It's the only planet in the solar system smaller than the Earth's moon
    $1000 19
In 1910 this author of "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" was awarded the Order of Merit
    $1000 5
Andrew Jackson is called the father of this "system", the practice of giving offices to party supporters
    DD: $1,000 10
It's the official language of Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau & Angola
    $1000 30
This unit used to measure heat in the English system is now defined as 251.996 calories
    $1000 25
This Kurdish general recaptured Jerusalem from the crusaders in 1187
    $1000 20
This larger, elliptical moon of Mars is named for the Greek god of fear

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ernst Glen Tricia
$8,800 $7,100 $2,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
Verona, Italy has someone who answers dozens of letters sent each week to this 13-year-old girl

Final scores:

Ernst Glen Tricia
$14,201 $9,200 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ernst Glen Tricia
$9,100 $7,100 $2,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
4 W
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $19,000

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