Show #3039 - Thursday, November 13, 1997

1997-B Teen Tournament final game 1.
From DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.


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Enos Williams, a junior from Beaumont, Texas

Kristen Stuckey, a senior from Richardson, Texas

Sahir Islam, a senior from Somers, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
Hogamous higamous, ostrich are polygamous; higamous hogamous, eagles are this
    $100 8
On Oct. 1, 1924, he was born at the Wise Clinic in Plains, Georgia, the first president born in a hospital
    $100 1
You can signify the title of this 1994 Beck hit by making an L with your right finger & thumb
    $100 24
"Everything's better with" this margarine "on it"
    $100 27
And the Lord said unto him, "Make thee an ark of gopher wood"
    $100 25
It's the honest answer by a Spanish speaker to the question "Hablas espanol?"
    $200 7
The bird's sharp binocular vision gave us this expression for someone with keen sight or alertness
    $200 9
The first presidential airplane, nicknamed The Sacred Cow, was delivered to him in 1944
    DD: $300 2
According to the title of the following, it's what the singer won't tell:
    $200 23
A cover up if we've ever heard one, Tom Sawyer had others do it to his fence
    $200 28
He said, "If I be shaven, then my strength will go from me, and I shall become weak"
    $200 20
"Da" is how to accept an invitation to visit this, the world's largest country
    $300 13
The Latin rapere, "to carry off", gave us this 6-letter term for birds of prey, & for a type of dinosaur
    $300 10
He was the first president to preside over 49 states, as well as 50
    $300 3
This Bob Carlisle ballad about watching his daughter grow was a surprise hit in 1997
    $300 16
Capt. Janeway goes to this when an enemy attack appears imminent
    $300 29
The gospel of Matthew says this governor of Judea "washed his hands" of the guilt for crucifying Jesus
    $300 19
Dutch, Swedish & German "yes men" all use this word
    $400 21
The Bald Eagle is the USA's symbol while this other North American type has been called the king of birds
    $400 11
Graduating from Princeton in 1879, he was the first president to earn a Ph.D.
    $400 4
This group conquered the U.K. & had a big U.S. hit with "Wonderwall"
    $400 15
You look up the value of a used car in it
    $400 30
The Old Testament book about this "virtuous woman" begins, "Now it came to pass in the day when the judges ruled"
    $400 18
This Japanese word for yes sounds like an American way of saying hello
    $500 22
Term for an eagle's nest, often found high in a tall tree
    $500 12
He was the first & only president to administer the oath of office to a successor
    $500 5
On the sound track of "Nothing to Lose", it's when Coolio will "C U"
    $500 14
Reverse the colors on the Swiss flag & you get the symbol of this organization
    $500 26
Once named Saul, he escaped Damascus by being let down a wall in a basket
    $500 17
You'll hear the yes-word "sim" on the streets of Sao Paulo from people speaking this language

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Sahir Kristen Enos
$1,600 $0 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$2,700 $1,100 $3,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
In romantic ballets such as "La sylphide", it's traditional for this ballet skirt to be calf-length
    $200 29
Kids roll eggs across the White House lawn on the Monday after this holiday
    $200 15
Some high schools have parties where students trade signatures in these annual publications
    $200 5
They sound short, but these documents Mom writes to present her case go on for pages
    $200 6
The second Monday in October, it's also called Discoverers' Day
    $200 30
A person of no fixed residence who wanders the Earth
    $400 17
A company's leading ballerina is known as this, from the Italian for "first"
    $400 25
This area that existed before the District of Columbia was founded was once known simply as George
    $400 14
This student with the highest academic ranking traditionally speaks at graduation
    $400 4
Rather than criminal, Mom practices this law, & tells me to keep the same type of tongue in my head
    $400 7
In February 1887, Oregon became the first state to declare this September day a legal holiday
    $400 28
Airplanes & stock prices are said to make these sharp drops
    DD: $1,000 22
It's the weapon featured in "Fall River Legend", Agnes De Mille's ballet about Lizzie Borden
    $600 21
Some 58,000 names are inscribed on this memorial designed by Maya Lin
    DD: $1,000 13
(Hi, I'm Ben Savage.) Football games are common at these high school celebrations for returning graduates
    $600 3
Mom's profession is in the name of this document she prepared so our neighbor could act on behalf of his dad
    $600 8
A highlight of Freedom Weekend Aloft in Greenville, S.C. is a race of these craft
    $600 27
A pitcher can walk a batter & still accomplish one of these games
    $800 23
Prince Florimund awakens Princess Aurora with a kiss in Act 3 of this fairy tale ballet
    $800 20
John Wilkes Booth's pistol is on display in this building, where he used it
    $800 12
It's a tradition for girls to ask guys to this dance, which bears a woman's name
    $800 2
Mom bet me that I wouldn't do better on the SAT than she did on this legal licensing test
    $800 9
Tahiti's Heiva Festival centers on this French holiday & is celebrated with canoe races & dance contests
    $800 26
Meaning without a possible positive outcome, it's usually found before "situation"
    $1000 24
This Spanish cubist painter designed the scenery & costumes for the 1920 ballet "Pulcinella"
    $1000 19
Hsing-Hsing, one of these "giant" Asian animals, is a popular attraction at the National Zoo
    $1000 11
From the Latin for "within walls", it's a sports activity played by teams from the same school
    $1000 1
Mom shouted, "You go, girl!" in 1993 when this women's rights lawyer was nominated to the Supreme Court
    $1000 10
On April 25 this Italian city celebrates the feast day of St. Mark, its patron saint
    $1000 18
In naming biological specimens, each species has a binomial one

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$8,500 $2,900 $13,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

This co.'s 4-letter name is from Danish meaning "play well"; coincidentally, in Latin it means "I put together"

Final scores:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$16,500 $1,000 $11,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$8,500 $2,900 $12,500
21 R,
3 W
6 R,
0 W
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $23,900

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Game tape date: 1997-11-02
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