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    $300 28
The pelican is distinguished by a long bill with a deep one of these hanging from the underside
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Show #1552 - Tuesday, May 7, 1991

1991 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

Maureen McIvor, a senior from Georgetown University

Tim Lakin, a sophomore from Northwestern University

Kimberly Bartlett, a senior from the University of Alabama

Jeopardy! Round

MAGAZINES
INVENTIONS
LETTER PERFECT
NEW TESTAMENT
FEATHERED FRIENDS
STEVE MARTIN MOVIES
    $100 19
The cover of its 1991 swimsuit edition was captioned "Shipshape and Seaworthy"
    $100 14
In the '30s the foot treadle on many of these was replaced by an electric motor; in the '40s zigzag was added
    $100 6
In describing measurements, it represents the word "by", as in 3' by 5'
    $100 11
In Mark 6 & 8 a total of about 9000 people are fed these 2 foods
    $100 25
The Arabian type of this big flightless bird is extinct; the African types aren't
    $100 1
When this film became a TV series in 1990 Ed Begley, Jr. took over Steve Martin's part
    $200 21
Metal Edge isn't a magazine for steelworkers but for fans of this
    $200 15
When donning your Walkman's earphones, remember he invented the 1st earphone in 1876
    $200 7
Harry Truman didn't always use a period after this middle initial; it didn't stand for anything
    $200 12
In Luke 4:8 Jesus told him, "Get thee behind me"
    $200 27
You could call this bird the most famous of the eagles because it's a symbol of the U.S.
    $200 2
In this film Martin, as Fire Chief "C.D." Bales, falls for astronomer Daryl Hannah
    $300 22
Air & Space is published bimonthly by this institution which has an Air & Space Museum
    $300 16
In 1896 this Italian patented his wireless transmitter & receiver
    $300 8
The symbol for the British pound is this letter with a line through it
    $300 13
It was on this man's birthday, during the party as a matter of fact, that John the Baptist was killed
    $300 28
The pelican is distinguished by a long bill with a deep one of these hanging from the underside
    DD: $500 3
Pair heard here singing with Steve: "One for each other and all for one / the Three brave Amigos are we / Brother to Brother and everyone"
    $400 23
Film Comment is published bimonthly by the Film Society of this Manhattan performing arts complex
    $400 18
Of the maser, laser or phaser, the one invented first
    $400 9
In literature Hester Prynne wore this "Scarlet Letter"
    $400 17
James said this part of the body cannot be tamed; "It is an unruly evil, full of deadly poison"
    $400 29
The pekin, a domestic one of these, is raided for its meat
    $400 4
In "Planes, Trains & Automobiles" Martin is trying to get home for this holiday
    $500 24
It's "the world's largest" publication for devotees of Terpsichore
    $500 26
Jan Matzeliger won lasting fame when he invented a lasting machine to make these faster
    $500 10
On a musical score, the direction to play softly is indicated by this lower case letter
    $500 20
He was tried by Festus, then Agrippa, then sent to Rome to be tried before Caesar
    $500 30
Member of the crow family whose name is used to describe lustrous black tresses
    $500 5
Martin's wife in real life, he falls for her in 1991's "L.A. Story"

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

Kimberly Tim Maureen
$700 $2,300 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kimberly Tim Maureen
$1,200 $3,800 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MEDICINE
1988
HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
WORLD CITIES
TRANSPORTATION
NURSERY RHYME OBJECTS
    $200 26
This Italian Renaissance artist is considered the first modern anatomist
    $200 1
My May Reagan visited this country he once called "an evil empire"
    $200 16
This March holiday is traditionally celebrated with the "wearing of the green"
    $200 8
The residents of this European capital are called Madrilenos
    $200 21
A race of these 2-wheeled vehicles was mentioned in Book XXIII of Homer's "Iliad"
    $200 6
Mother Hubbard's was bare
    $400 27
Suppressing the body's immune system during these operations, cyclosporine is used to prevent rejection
    $400 2
On February 5 the U.S. Justice Department indicted this world leader on 2 charges of drug smuggling
    $400 17
Appropriately, National Humor Month begins with this day of practical jokes
    $400 9
Greeks founded this French port in about 600 B.C. & named it Massalia
    $400 22
In 1953 this Chevy sports car became the first plastic-bodied car to be made in great quantity
    $400 7
The last word in "Hey Diddle, Diddle" is this eating utensil
    $600 28
A spirometer measures the capacity of these organs
    $600 3
On Aug. 31 this country gave up all claims to the West Bank & left it up to the PLO as to what should be done
    DD: $2,000 18
This French national holiday, sometimes likened to the 4th of July, also falls in July
    DD: $900 10
This city is located on both sides of the Bosporus
    $600 23
The USA's largest delivery company, it's brown vans are washed daily
    $600 13
Object in which the 9-day-old pease porridge can be found
    $800 29
It begins, "I swear by the Apollo the physician..."
    $800 4
In a plebiscite on whether he should remain in office another 8 yrs., a majority of Chileans voted "No"
    $800 19
Canadians celebrate their Thanksgiving on the second Monday of this month
    $800 11
This Brazilian city, South America's largest, was founded by Jesuits in 1554
    $800 24
By 1852 this first federal highway stretched from Maryland to Vandalia, Illinois
    $800 14
A low seat or clump of grass on which one could eat milk products
    $1000 30
In 1844 Dr. Horace Wells, a Hartford, Conn. dentist, first used this, A.K.A. laughing gas, as an anesthetic
    $1000 5
In April M. Henson's body was moved to Arlington Cemetery to be buried next to this explorer
    $1000 20
In England the first weekday after Christmas is this holiday
    $1000 12
This city, Mexico's second-largest, is regarded as the home of the mariachis
    $1000 25
Pioneer wagon so named because its white canvas top resembled a sailing ship at a distance
    $1000 15
Hush, little baby, if this turns to brass, papa's going to buy you a looking glass

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kimberly Tim Maureen
$6,300 $11,400 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
The only 1 to sign the Declaration of Independence, 1778 alliance w/France, peace treaty w/G.B. & Constitution

Final scores:

Kimberly Tim Maureen
$12,600 $12,900 $5,400
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Kimberly Tim Maureen
$6,000 $9,800 $5,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
12 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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