Show #3846 - Monday, April 30, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.


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Alexis Stephens, a senior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Paige Feldman, a sophomore from St. Louis, Missouri

Caley Anderson, a junior from Santee, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
The flag of this country also appears on the flags of Tuvalu, Fiji & Australia
    $100 8
She was Ophelia to Branagh's "Hamlet" in '96 but one year later, her career got a "Titanic" boost
    $100 2
Completes the clock-changing mnemonic "Spring forward..."
    $100 12
In 1979 Eisenhower was demoted off the dollar coin & replaced by this women's rights leader
    $100 15
By definition, vasodilator drugs are used to widen these
    $100 23
Susanna Dickinson & her child were among the few Texan survivors of the 1836 battle at this site in San Antonio
    $200 4
Oliver Hazard Perry's flag featured the words "Don't Give Up" this
    $200 9
Her character Penny Lane was in our eyes & in our ears after she was nominated for an Oscar for "Almost Famous"
    $200 3
This line of a rhyme tells us what happened "in fourteen hundred and ninety-two"
    $200 13
A few rare 1965 quarters were still made of this metal; the Mint switched to a clad coin that year
    $200 16
Abbreviated OTC, it describes a class of drugs deemed safe enough for self-medication
    $200 24
On January 22, 1973 this politician suffered a fatal heart attack near Johnson City, a town founded by an ancestor
    $300 5
In its canton Greece's flag features a white one of these
    $300 10
"Today" she still works the A.M. shift, but in 2001 it was rumored she would become an afternoon host
    $300 17
Astronomically, remember "My very excellent memory just served up nine" these
    $300 20
The 1909-S V.D.B. version of this coin is a grail to collectors; just watch out for counterfeits
    $300 28
Cyclosporine is used to prevent this after an organ transplant (it won't help you when asking someone out)
    $300 25
His death on Nov. 22, 1963 after riding through Dallas' Dealey Plaza shocked the world
    $400 6
This black bird of the crow family was a symbol of good luck in battle on Viking flags
    $400 11
Before becoming a "Voyager" captain, she played a love interest of Sam Malone's on "Cheers"
    $400 18
The spaces on the treble clef are a simple F-A-C-E; on this clef they're remembered with "All cows eat grass"
    $400 21
Musical instrument pictured on the back of the U.S. Bicentennial quarter
    $400 29
Known by the brand name Rogaine, the drug minoxidil is used to treat this "losing" condition
    $400 26
Born in El Paso in 1921, this "Star Trek" creator crossed "the final frontier" in 1991
    DD: $200 7
Adopted in 1965, Ontario's flag features 3 of these leaves
    $500 14
Celebrity birthdays for January 16 include Marilyn Horne, A.J. Foyt & this waif supermodel
    $500 19
To remember these from largest in area to smallest, try "Sam's horse must eat oats"
    $500 22
Collectors don't use "tails" & "heads", they use the terms reverse & this
    $500 30
It's the medical abbrev. used to identify the drug azidothymidine, a drug used to combat the AIDS virus
    $500 27
J. Frank Dalton was buried in Granbury in 1951, after years of claiming to be this outlaw, who died in 1882

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Caley Paige Alexis
$1,500 $600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Caley Paige Alexis
$3,200 $1,700 $0

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
There are railroad shops in this city, also a railroad name on a Monopoly board
    $200 22
The senior prom queen has this color hair, like her punky granddaughter & Marge Simpson
    $200 14
Calabrese salami is made from this meat; kosher salami wouldn't be
    $200 21
On April 3, 1974, during an 18-hour period, 148 of these touched down, ravaging towns in the Midwest
    $200 2
This author's Spanish Civil War tale "For Whom the Bell Tolls" was grippingly filmed during WWII
    $200 1
A small cafeteria on a military base, or a water flask carried by a soldier on a hike
    $400 8
This suburb of Pittsburgh was named for industrialist Andrew
    $400 23
Grandpa wears this item seen here with his tux, as his wristwatch doesn't go with French cuffs
    $400 15
It's the popular & spicy pizza salami seen here
    $400 30
A few hours after the announcement that this country had been formed, it was attacked by Egypt & Lebanon on May 15, 1948
    $400 3
John Malkovich helps rescue Leonardo DiCaprio's Philippe, the title character of this 1998 film
    $400 12
From the Middle English for "beautiful", it's the last name of "presidential" actor Martin
    $600 9
The origins of this city's name are fishy; it may be from the Latin altus for "high" or from a Native American word
    $600 24
The seniors prom may feature jitterbug dancing, to this jazz style that became popular in the 1930s
    $600 18
The word salami comes from the Latin word for this compound that's also known as sodium chloride
    $600 29
King Charles II personally helped battle the fire that raged in this city in September 1666
    DD: $1,700 4
Rumpelstiltskin is a character in the 1962 fantasy "The Wonderful World of" these German brothers
    $600 13
This spongy organ filters foreign substances & damaged cells from the blood
    DD: $1,000 10
Appropriately, this city is Pennsylvania's largest port on the Great Lakes
    $800 28
Seniors crowd the buffet table for the Matjes type of this pickled item seen here
    $800 19
This culinary term for the way a salami is aged sounds like you're healing it
    $800 27
In June 1783 Lakagigar began spewing lava on this north Atlantic island & didn't stop until February 1784
    $800 5
Now president of the National Rifle Association, he was an evil cardinal in 1973's "The Three Musketeers"
    $800 16
Top selling Lifesavers rolls are Five Flavors, then this, then Pep-O-Mint & Butter Rum
    $1000 11
People have their "Phil" of this town each Groundhog Day
    $1000 25
If the excitement makes Grandma ill, she may get coverage from this government program that turned 35 in 2000
    $1000 20
Cubed salami is often served as a part of this Italian dish whose name means "before the meal"
    $1000 26
A freak flood swept away a bridge, causing an Auckland-bound train to crash on Dec. 24, 1953 in this nation
    $1000 6
A 1935 version of this Dostoyevsky classic is seen here
    $1000 17
Pop artist Andy Warhol created many of his pictures by using this stencil process

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Caley Paige Alexis
$7,200 $5,200 $7,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

On July 13, 1859 he told Horace Greeley, "I have fifteen wives; I know no one who has more"

Final scores:

Caley Paige Alexis
$6,400 $1,400 $7,540
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Caley Paige Alexis
$7,500 $4,100 $7,600
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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Game tape date: 2001-04-11
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