Super Jeopardy! show #7 - Saturday, July 28, 1990

Super Jeopardy! quarterfinal game 6.


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Roger Storm, a teacher from Fairview Park, Ohio

Lionel Goldbart, a part-time newsstand clerk from Miami Beach, Florida

Leah Greenwald, an architect from Cambridge, Massachusetts

Tom Cubbage, a law student from Bartlesville, Oklahoma

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Jeopardy! Round

    200 9
He was impeached in 1868 but was acquitted by a margin of 1 vote
    200 10
Though it sounds cold, the Greeks carved these decorative bands on the sides of buildings
    200 1
His fans had high hopes that he'd win an Oscar this year for "Born on the Fourth of July"
    200 2
In a 1200-page report the Surgeon General linked doing this to heart & lung disease & cancer
    200 21
EPCOT, as in EPCOT Center, is an acronym for "Experimental Prototype Community of" this
    200 3
While it ran from 1976-81, it was the world's most watched first-run syndicated TV show
    400 11
He had 48 grandchildren, 1 of whom also became president
    400 15
Using drills & dynamite, Gutzon Borglum began this massive work in 1927
    400 5
He turned professional "hit man" in 1977, the same year he won the Golden Gloves championship
    400 19
Pope John Paul II visited this country in June, the first visit of a pope to a Communist country
    400 22
Jasper National Park in this country has special snow coaches for tours of the ice fields
    400 4
Named for a friend, this soft-spoken character was said to be Henson's alter ego
    600 12
Nicknamed "Handsome Frank", he had college chum N. Hawthorne write his campaign bio
    600 16
Modern American sculptor known for his life-size plaster casts of people put in "real" settings
    600 20
He's the current Speaker of the House
    600 25
A 31-year state of war between these 2 nations ended in March with a treaty signed in the U.S.
    600 27
You have to go to France, not Switzerland, to climb this highest peak in the Alps
    600 6
Back in the '60s this co. asked Jim to develop characters for its NET production of "Sesame Street"
    DD: 1,400 13
In a 1964 survey, he was named 1 of the 2 greatest engineers in U.S. history
    800 17
His reclining figures can be seen at the Tate Gallery, Unesco in Paris & Lincoln Center
    800 23
March 7 is the feast day of this Medieval saint, also known as the "Angelic Doctor"
    800 26
In January the Pol Pot regime was overthrown as this Cambodian city fell to rebels
    800 28
Treetops, the Ark & Mountain Lodge are 3 famous game-viewing lodges in this East African country
    800 7
As Ernie, Jim Henson was "awfully fond" of this title toy that earned him a hit record
    1000 14
Not only was he the 1st president to win a Nobel Prize, he was also the first American to do so
    1000 18
Duke Cosimo I commissioned Cellini to produce the bronze of this man holding Medusa's head
    1000 24
"Jitterbug Perfume" is a book written by this "King of Underground Farce"
    1000 30
A jury awarded $10.5 million to the estate of this late employee of a Kerr-McGee plutonium plant
    1000 29
The Algarve is the major vacation area of this European country
    1000 8
The Skeksis and the Mystics were saved by the Gelflings in this 1982 fantasy film

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

Tom Leah Lionel Roger
2,800 200 -200 4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Leah Lionel Roger
4,600 3,800 1,800 6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    500 10
Completes the title of Thomas Harris' 1969 book "I'm OK..."
    500 12
U.S. News reports an April Gallup survey ranked her as Britain's least popular P.M. since 1938
    500 7
The Strait of Belle Isle separates the Island of Newfoundland from this, its mainland terr.
    500 1
According to I Timothy 6:10, the love of this "is the root of all evil"
    500 3
A cyclotron uses this type of field to pull particles into orbit
    1000 15
"My Life in Three Acts" is the latest volume of memoirs by this First Lady of the American Theatre
    1000 16
The wife of Time magazine's founder, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1983
    1000 8
The Chukchi, Barents & Kara Seas are among those that surround this ocean
    1000 2
At least 13 of the epistles, including Romans & Galatians, were written by this apostle
    1000 4
Isotopes of this element are the most commonly used nuclear fuel in reactors
    1500 17
His novel "The Stand" was 1st published in 1978, but an uncut version was released in 1990
    1500 19
This long-time rival of Hedda Hopper was one of America's first movie columnists
    1500 28
This French region was colonized by the Vikings in the 900s & is named for them
    1500 21
This river in the Northwest U.S. was named for the ship of its discoverer, Capt. Robert Gray
    1500 5
During the temptation in the wilderness, Satan asked Jesus to turn these into bread
    1500 6
Isotopes are atoms having the same number of protons by different numbers of these
    2000 18
Morley Safer's "Flashbacks" describes a return visit to this country after 25 years
    2000 20
Along with Susan B. Anthony, she founded the Nat'l Woman Suffrage Assn. & became its first president
    2000 27
This symbol of Thor was prominent in Viking jewelry
    DD: 4,000 22
This bay in New South Wales was so named because many new plant species were found on its shores
    DD: 1,300 9
In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus said, "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called" this
    2000 11
It's suspected these particles, some of which are charmed, are held together by gluons
    2500 24
"An Inconvenient Woman" by this author describes morals & murders in L.A.'s high society
    2500 26
A founder of the Industrial Workers of the World, her slogan was "Join the union, boys"
    2500 25
Now considered a fake, a stone with these Viking letters was "found" in 1898 near Kensington, Minn.
    2500 23
2 of Europe's longest rivers, they both empty into the Black Sea & begin with "Dn"
    2500 14
In the Book of Revelation, this archangel does battle with Satan
    2500 13
The 2 forms of energy produced by splitting an atom

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Tom Leah Lionel Roger
12,600 10,300 -500 13,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

This ship was launched September 26, 1934 by the woman for whom it was named

Final scores:

Tom Leah Lionel Roger
20,601 13,300 -500 25,201
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 4th place: $5,000 Semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Tom Leah Lionel Roger
12,000 10,300 800 11,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R,
0 W
8 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: 34,300

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