Show #2009 - Thursday, May 6, 1993

1993 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.


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Phoebe Juel, a junior from Grinnell College

Andi Bloom, a freshman from Illinois State University

Patrick Archdeacon, a senior from Columbia University

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1206 this Mongol conqueror drew up his code of laws called the Great Yasa
    $100 1
Kevin Bacon doesn't look "crabby" to us, but he was born under this sign
    $100 2
It's the table in the front of a textbook that lists the chapters & page numbers
    $100 4
It's a horse's fastest natural gait
    $100 23
What's believed to be the 1st monument of this war was dedicated in 1799 in Lexington, Massachusetts
    $100 18
When a girl reaches this "sweet" age, it's traditional to have a party for her
    $200 7
Japan's oldest open port, it was the second city on which the U.S. dropped an A-bomb in World War II
    $200 8
This Aries might give you a list of the "Top 10" reasons why he loves stupid pet tricks
    $200 3
Comments & cross-references are often found at the bottom of a page in the form of these
    $200 5
From Spanish for "rough" or "wild", it's a bad-tempered or untamed horse that may be "bucking"
    $200 24
This 151'-tall monument was presented to the U.S. in 1886 as a gift from France
    $200 19
St. Patrick's Day is observed on this day in March
    $300 9
According to legend, Rurik, a Viking leader, settled in Novgorod in 862 & founded this country
    $300 11
There were plenty of other fish in the sea, but Demi Moore married this Pisces
    $300 14
If you're unsure of the meaning of a key word, see if they book contains this section
    $300 16
"Blaze" commonly refers to a large white streak on this part of a horse
    $300 28
Francis Scott Key would be proud to know that this fort was designated a national monument in 1939
    $300 20
In "Treasure Island", the pirates sing of this many "men on the dead man's chest"
    $400 10
This Italian scientist spent his last years under house arrest for espousing ideas of Copernicus
    $400 12
Gemini & Taurus are compatible signs, which should be good news for Taurus Emilio Estevez & this Gemini wife
    $400 25
A list of the written sources used in compiling a book can usually be found under this heading
    $400 17
This type of saddle used by jockeys & jumpers weighs less than a western saddle
    $400 29
Outside mag. says someday erosion will cause the presidents on this monument to look like bald little children
    $400 21
The U.S. vice president gets a salute of this many guns, 2 fewer than the President
    $500 15
From 1568 until his assassination in 1584, William I, Prince of this, led the Dutch revolt against Spain
    $500 13
Though he likes to act "bad", Michael Jackson was born under this sign of innocence & purity
    $500 27
Tables & technical material not included in the main text often appear in back as this section
    $500 26
The male parent of a horse, or an archaic form of address used when speaking to a king
    DD: $100 30
Inlet in which you'd find the following U.S. memorial:
    $500 22
A haiku consists of this many syllables

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

Patrick Andi Phoebe
-$500 $1,600 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Andi Phoebe
$1,200 $2,800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 10
In 1987 Reagan signed a treaty with this Soviet leader to eliminate intermediate nuclear forces
    $200 15
4 different species of parasites cause this disease transmitted by anopheles mosquitos
    $200 2
The title character who orders the murder of Lady Macduff
    $200 17
On Shrove Tuesday the Penn. Dutch like to eat fastnachts, a special kind of these without holes
    $200 1
It is impossible to divide any number by this number
    $200 20
Voted "Biggest Flirt" when he was a high school senior, he inspired "Luke-Mania" a few years later
    $400 11
In a Mar. 23, 1983 speech Reagan called for the development of this nuclear missile defense system
    $400 16
A virus, not a toad, causes these skin bumps which sometimes look like little cauliflowers
    $400 3
A simple countryman delivers a basket of figs to this queen of Egypt, she dies soon after
    $400 19
If you like stories, head for this state's Tale Tellin' Festival, an annual event in Selma
    $400 4
A letter that is used to represent a quantity is called this
    $400 30
In October 1992 this CBS anchor compared the presidential debates to "Jeopardy!"
    $600 12
In 1966 Reagan ran for & was elected to this, his first governmental office
    $600 21
If you're jaundiced & you burp a lot after eating fatty foods, you may have these stones
    $600 6
Tybalt is this title teenage girl's first cousin
    $600 23
Florida's name means "full of" these, not full of theme parks
    $600 5
In the expression 8x + 7y, these are the coefficients of the expression
    $600 27
In Australian slang a "garbo" isn't a movie star but one of thse early-morning workers
    DD: $1,000 13
When he defeated this Democrat in 1984, Reagan received 525 electoral votes, the most in U.S. history
    $800 22
This organ produces glucagon & insulin
    $800 7
Prospero is a magician who has the power to create storms in this enchanted play
    $800 25
A 1990 lantern-lit walking tour marked the 125th anniversary of the fall of this rebel capital
    $800 18
This is the special name of a polynomial with just 2 terms
    $800 28
Chunky Monkey & Wavy Gravy are 2 unusual flavors of this treat made by Ben & Jerry's
    $1000 14
Ronald Reagan was born on February 6, 1911, above a bank in Tampico in this state
    $1000 24
This disease is often caused by eating undercooked pork but bear meat can cause it, too
    DD: $1,000 9
The ghosts of the little princes appear to him a Bosworth Field
    $1000 26
New Iberia in this state boasts a 7'-tall ancient Roman statue of Emperor Hadrian
    $1000 8
These 2 basic operations have the commutative property where the order of combination doesn't matter
    $1000 29
This famous wife who campaigned to put warning labels on rock records was in a rock band in high school

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patrick Andi Phoebe
$3,600 $6,800 $7,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the oldest executive department of the U.S. government

Final scores:

Patrick Andi Phoebe
$2 $0 $13,500
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patrick Andi Phoebe
$3,800 $7,800 $7,500
15 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
23 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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Game tape date: 1993-02-22
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