Show #3032 - Tuesday, November 4, 1997

1997-B Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


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Rachel Johnson, a sophomore from Carmel, Indiana

Jonathan Lowe, a senior from Kansas City, Missouri

Julie Anastasi, a senior from Moorestown, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
Scientists believe the west part of this continent would be an archipelago if the ice were removed
    $100 4
In general, in this job the person with the tallest white pleated hat rules the kitchen
    $100 19
The largest one on the moon is about 700 miles in diameter; there are billions at least 1 foot wide
    $100 1
Teens love this company's famous peanut butter cups to "pieces"
    $100 24
("Cyber Lucy" reads the clue.) It's a little picture on your screen to click, or an idol to millions, like me
    $100 13
It's a polluted haze found over a city
    $200 8
This country's largest city was named for George Eden, Earl of Auckland
    $200 5
Your local TV weatherman may prefer this job title from the Greek root for "high in the air"
    $200 20
An analogy:
moth is to caterpillar as frog is to this
    $200 2
Pilgrims enjoyed this popped snack, even though there were no Pilgrim movie theaters
    $200 25
Web addresses that end with ".au" are located on host computers in this country
    $200 14
Material that makes up an unwanted "bunny" under your bed
    $300 9
This 350-foot waterfall is on the Zambezi River on the border between Zimbabwe & Zambia
    $300 6
"Pufnstuf" creators Sid & Marty Krofft got their start as these, following in the family business
    $300 21
The tympanic membrane is this organ's "drum"
    $300 3
When these were introduced in the 1920s, they were actually baked by the troops who sold them
    $300 26
This Microsoft chairman addressed 1997's Macworld Expo via satellite on a large screen TV
    $300 15
Army dining hall before or after the meal
    $400 11
1/5 of the fresh water entering all oceans comes from this river that flows northeast to the equator
    $400 29
Harry Houdini was known as this type of magician who specializes in breaking bonds
    $400 22
What fish do to make more fish, or a Todd McFarlane character
    $400 10
Wetzel's tops these twisted treats with caramel & almond or sour cream & onion, as well as butter & salt
    $400 27
Brand name of the virtual pets from Bandai, first marketed in Japan
    $400 16
A woolly growth produced by a fungus; don't eat the Jell-O if there's some on it
    $500 17
In 1842 the British made Stanley the capital of these later war-torn islands off Argentina
    $500 30
15-letter term for a newspaper employee who tells a story mainly through photographs
    DD: $1,100 23
2-word phrase for the property that allows the effect seen here:
    $500 12
Some teens go crazy for Craisins, which are these Ocean Spray items, sweetened & dried
    $500 28
Mojo Nixon & the Rev. Horton Heat provided music for this CD-ROM game set in an Arkansas trailer park
    $500 18
Writer Upton Sinclair was a famous "raker" of it

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

Julie Jonathan Rachel
$1,200 $1,000 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Jonathan Rachel
$2,400 $1,800 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Oh, you'll love that!)
    $200 8
Total number of amendments to the U.S. Constitution ratified on December 15, 1791
    $200 19
Ivy Ruckman's "Night of the Twisters" is a fact-based book about kids who survived a series of these
    $200 14
If you're Aurelio Figueroa, each of your names contains all 5 basic letters of this type
    $200 6
Arnold played this sword-wielding barbarian in 2 1980s films
    $200 1
Traditionally, to resign a player tips over this piece
    $200 23
The sun does this on its axis; since it's a ball of gas, its parts do it at varying speeds
    $400 9
It's how Lincoln "addressed" the number of years between 1776 & 1863
    $400 20
He created Crane, Ichabod Crane, a schoolteacher in Sleepy Hollow
    $400 15
It's the least common letter in English printed matter, but a common "S" substitute among rappers
    $400 7
Wife Jamie Lee Curtis thought hubby Arnold was a computer salesman instead of a superspy in this 1994 thriller
    $400 2
The number of files on the board, it's the same as the number of ranks
    $400 24
Like the moon's, the sun's gravity causes these on Earth, but they're half as high due to greater distance
    $600 10
After this short conflict in 1967, Israel controlled the entire Sinai Peninsula
    $600 21
In Sheila Burnford's "Incredible Journey", 2 dogs & a cat trek across this country
    $600 16
The Phoenician version of this letter resembled ours, but the 3 lines pointed left
    DD: $1,000 11
In 1993 Arnold was Jack Slater, the title idol of the boy seen in this film:
    $600 3
In chess, notation "x" means your piece has been captured & "ch" means you're in this
    $600 25
A device you light to signal an emergency, or a brief brightening near a sunspot
    $800 22
Its release, just over 2 years ago, was accompanied by the Rolling Stones' "Start Me Up"
    $800 29
"A Journey to the Center of the Earth" was first published in 1864 in this language
    DD: $1,400 17
    $800 12
The title of this 1977 bodybuilding documentary has become synonymous with working out with weights
    $800 4
It's the only piece that can't move to an adjacent square
    $800 27
Your body needs these solar rays to make vitamin D, but too many can cause sunburn or worse
    $1000 26
This phrase about where we wanted our northern border was a Polk campaign slogan
    $1000 18
These people added "X" & "G" to the Etruscan alphabet & gave their name to the one we use
    $1000 13
For "Batman & Robin", Arnold spent over 2 1/2 hours a day in makeup to play this cool villain
    $1000 5
In a Lewis Carroll book, Alice begins as one of these white pieces but later becomes a queen
    $1000 28
The sun's energy comes from this nuclear reaction at 27,000,000 deg. F. -- clearly not the cold type

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Jonathan Rachel
$2,800 $6,600 $4,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

He delivered eulogies for Jackie Robinson in 1972 & Cleveland mayor Carl Stokes in 1996

Final scores:

Julie Jonathan Rachel
$100 $4,300 $0
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julie Jonathan Rachel
$4,200 $7,300 $4,400
13 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $15,900

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Game tape date: 1997-10-12
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