Show #1783 - Wednesday, May 6, 1992

1992 College Championship quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Hannah Stires, a senior from St. John's College

Dave Ellis, a senior from Michigan State University

Amy Cheek, a sophomore from Samford University

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Jeopardy! Round

RELIGION
CLASSIC PLAYTHINGS
ROCKS & MINERALS
MARK TWAIN
DRIVER'S ED.
ANIMAL WORDS & PHRASES
    $100 1
Food & drink associated with the eucharist, or Lord's supper
    $100 4
When this toy was introduced in 1952, you supplied your own spud; now it comes with a plastic one
    $100 26
Stalactites & stalagmites consist primarily of travertine, a form of this stone
    $100 18
He said, "One of the most striking differences between a cat & a lie is that a cat has only" this many lives
    $100 6
Drivers who fasten these are twice as likely to survive a serious car accident
    $100 13
A hoarse person doesn't have a horse in his throat but one of these amphibians
    $200 2
The tale featured in this book of the Bible is recounted during the Passover seder
    $200 5
Charles Pajeau saw kids playing with sticks, thread spools & pencils came up with this toy in 1913
    $200 27
The Balanced Rock in Colorado's Garden of the Gods is a block of this "grainy" rock
    $200 19
In "Tom Sawyer", the town of St. Petersburg was modeled on this one in Missouri
    $200 7
On a one-way street, you may not make this turn symbolized by a letter
    $200 14
To tell a secret is to "let the cat out of" this
    $300 3
They're the remains of martyrs or saints, or things that had once come in contact with them
    $300 20
Since 1961, 82 million of these magic screen toys have been sold
    $300 28
This word can mean an excavation or to obtain stone from an excavation
    $300 23
By April 1859 he had become a licensed one of these
    $300 8
DUI stands for "driving under" this & you shouldn't do it
    $300 15
A creative artist's last great work is often described as this type of "bird performance"
    $400 9
Of the five pillars of this religion, haj requires you to travel
    $400 21
In 1955 Rainbow Crafts, a soap & cleaning goods maker, came up with this bright, moldable stuff
    $400 29
A mineralogist could tell you epsomite tastes like this common seasoning
    DD: $2,000 24
This Twain novel is set in 16th century England
    $400 11
You must do this before you turn or change lanes
    $400 16
This "vulpine" adjective can mean conniving or sexy
    $500 10
This religious figure is called Fo in Chinese & Butsu in Japanese
    $500 22
Licorice Castle & Gum Drop Mountain are found on this board game that requires no reading
    $500 30
Pumice & obsidian belong to this major rock group not The Rolling Stones
    $500 25
He first used his pen name on the Territorial Enterprise, a newspaper in this Nevada city
    $500 12
Hyphenated term for what you must yield to another driver when you come to a "yield" sign
    $500 17
The phrase "to separate the sheep from" these animals is derived from Matthew 25:32

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

Amy Dave Hannah
$1,200 $1,900 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Dave Hannah
$1,800 $200 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
FORESTS
VICE PRESIDENTS
BIOGRAPHIES
BALLET
MATH
    $200 2
This princess went to Brooklyn for an American premiere by the Welsh National Opera
    $200 19
Outlying areas of this English forest have been extensively developed by Nottinghamshire coal fields
    $200 1
He first supported Nelson Rockefeller, not his future running mate Nixon, in the 1968 race
    $200 11
"Out of Silence into Sound" is one of several biographies of this telephone inventor
    $200 17
As you might expect, "The Nutcracker" premiered in this month in 1892
    $200 16
When you divide numbers you get a quotient; when you multiply them you get this
    $400 8
In 1989 this British university named Stephen Sondheim its 1st visiting professor of drama & musical theatre
    $400 20
Ottawa & Hiawatha National Forests occupy much of this state's Upper Peninsula
    $400 4
Hubert Humphrey & Walter Mondale are the only 2 U.S. vice presidents from this state
    $400 12
"Still Crazy After All These Years" is a biography of this former singing partner of Art Garfunkel
    $400 22
This Spanish Cubist designed the costumes & scenery for the 1919 premiere of "The Three-Cornered Hat"
    $400 18
A triangle is said to be oblique if it doesn't contain this type of angle
    $600 3
On June 1, 1984 Jose Napoleon Duarte was sworn in as this country's president
    $600 21
Mount Hood National Forest is headquartered in this largest Oregon city
    $600 5
John Nance Garner, his 1st VP called the office "a spare tire on the automobile of government"
    $600 13
This explorer who went in search of Dr. Livingstone was the subject of a 1990 book, "Dark Safari"
    $600 26
The "Black Swan" pas de deux from this ballet features a stunning sequence of 32 fouette turns
    $600 25
The two main branches of calculus are integral & this
    $800 9
The 1988 Winter Olympics figure skating featured the battle of Brian Orser & this other Brian
    DD: $1,100 23
The manufacture of toys & cuckoo clocks are among the industries in this German forest
    $800 6
The only member of the Warren Commission to become vice president & president
    $800 14
"Lincoln of Our Literature" is the apt subtitle of a biography of this Abraham Lincoln biographer
    $800 29
In 1957 the ballet company known as Ballet Theatre added this word to its name
    $800 27
This fraction is half the sum of 1/2 & 1/4
    $1000 10
This Pakistani prime minister named her mother, Nusrat, senior minister
    $1000 24
During World War II, the Battle of the Bulge took place in this Belgian-French forest
    DD: $1,500 7
He was Harding's vice president & Charles Dawes was his
    $1000 15
The story of this Frenchman, blinded at the age of 3, is told in a book called "Seeing Fingers"
    $1000 30
When this ballet premiered in 1962, Edward Villella danced the role of Oberon
    $1000 28
A semicircle is half a circle & this is a quarter circle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy Dave Hannah
$6,500 $6,900 $4,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
On Feb. 24, 1992, this Nobel Peace Prize winner's first column appeared in the New York Times

Final scores:

Amy Dave Hannah
$12,500 $699 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Amy Dave Hannah
$6,200 $8,400 $4,300
19 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,900

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