Show #1739 - Thursday, March 5, 1992

1992 Teen Tournament final game 1.


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Jill Young, a junior from Oshkosh, Wisconsin

April McManus, a senior from Woodbury, Minnesota

Cori Van Noy, a sophomore from San Diego, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
In December he became Poland's first directly elected president
    $100 1
Alyssa Milano plays Tony's college co-ed daughter on this sitcom
    $100 16
This largest planet has a mass of over 300 times that of Earth
    $100 21
The T-bar, the chair & the gondola are 3 types of these devices that transport skiers
    $100 4
Shock is a major hazard of this type of injury, especially a severe or third-degree one
    $100 24
It comprises 27 books including the Gospels & Revelation
    $200 10
On July 25 Bishop George Carey was chosen to replace Robert Runcie in this British religious post
    $200 2
In 1990 this singer won a Grammy for his music video "Leave Me Alone"
    $200 17
This type of 3-dimensional photography uses a laser but no lens
    $200 22
Skiers wear these in part to reduce glare & prevent eyestrain
    $200 5
People with poor circulation are especially susceptible to this type of freezing of a body part
    $200 25
It's the style of rock associated with the B-52s & Devo
    $300 11
On December 20 this Soviet foreign minister resigned to "protest against the onset of dictatorship"
    $300 3
Her daughter Alexa Ray Joel appeared with her in the 1989 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition
    $300 18
Degaussing is the neutralization of this type of field by an equal and opposite one
    $300 23
"Cosmetic" name of the light, dry snow that's ideal for skiing
    $300 6
An animal that bites a person should be kept under observation to determine if it has this disease
    $300 26
It's what FDR called his program to pull the U.S. out of the Great Depression
    $400 12
On August 10 this radar-mapping space probe reached Venus after a 15-month journey
    $400 7
This actress won 1st place in her high school science fair long before she started "Moonlighting"
    $400 19
It's a thin thread such as the tungsten one that glows in a light bulb
    $400 29
In the snowplow method of stopping, a skier brings the tips of the skis together to form this letter
    $400 14
A victim of heat exhaustion should drink fluid seasoned with a small amount of this
    $400 27
It's nicknamed "The Granite State"
    $500 13
In 1990 Mark Strand was named to this honorary literary post in the U.S.
    DD: $800 8
American woman whose job is equivalent to that of each of the women from around the world seen here:
    $500 20
The soda-lime type of this substance is made by melting together silica, sodium carbonate & lime
    $500 30
The most basic movement in this type of skiing is the diagonal stride
    $500 15
Rattlesnake bites cause immediate pain, then the wounded area does this and becomes discolored
    $500 28
In George Orwell's "1984", this language was developed to replace English

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Cori April Jill
$200 $2,700 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cori April Jill
$1,800 $3,600 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 15
In 1590 Hideyoshi completed the reunification of this country
    $200 16
On a simple eye test, this "score" indicates normal vision
    $200 6
Not surprisingly, it was during his Blue Period that he painted "The Blue Room"
    $200 1
Duke, Zonker & Boopsie were characters in the musical based on this comic strip
    $200 30
For centuries trade has moved between Austria & Italy through the Brenner Pass in these mountains
    $200 21
At least 1 of every 3 of these leather items made in the U.S. is made in Gloversville, N.Y.
    $400 14
This Chinese uprising against western influence was crushed by troops from 6 nations in 1900
    $400 17
To work for this independent gov't agency, you may be required to take a clerk & carrier exam
    $400 7
He painted "Starry Night" while at an asylum at Saint-Remy, France
    $400 2
This musical is celebrating 9 years on Broadway, so you could say it's had 9 lives
    $400 29
Coffee plantations & tribal villages are located on the lower parts of this Tanzanian volcano
    $400 22
Before gummed flaps were invented, this substance was used to seal letters
    $600 13
This "Magnificent" ruler reformed the Ottoman legal system in the 16th century
    $600 18
In 1990 verbal scores on this college entrance test reached their lowest point in a decade
    $600 8
His greatest triumphs during the '60s included Brillo Boxes & Campbell's Soup Cans
    $600 3
Michael Jeter of "Evening Shade" won a 1990 Tony for his performance in this musical set in a hotel
    $600 28
The Himalayas have at least 30 peaks over 25,000 feet including this one at 29,028 feet
    $600 23
This number comes from the Old English endleofan, meaning "one left over"
    $800 12
This country's first great empire was established about 321 B.C. by Chandragupta Maurya
    $800 19
Named for the Swiss psychiatrist who devised it, this inkblot test was put into use in 1921
    $800 9
Nickname of the artist who usually signed his paintings Domenikos Theotokopoulos
    $800 4
Jonathan Pryce sang the showstopping number "The American Dream in this megahit musical
    $800 27
This U.S. state's highest mountain, Humphreys Peak, rises 12,633 feet near Flagstaff
    $800 24
It's an alloy of iron, carbon & over 4% chromium that's resistant to corrosion
    $1000 11
The Battle of Saint Albans in 1455 marked the House of York's first victory over Lancaster in these wars
    $1000 20
On many I.Q. tests including the Binet Scales, scores are in terms of "MA", which stands for this
    DD: $700 10
This Dec. 25, 1776 event was depicted in a painting by Emanuel Leutze
    DD: $1,300 5
An orphan goes to live with her uncle in this 1991 musical inspired by Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel
    $1000 26
The name of this chain in eastern California is Spanish for "snowy mountains"
    $1000 25
First name shared by 3 of the last 6 CIA directors

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cori April Jill
$7,100 $9,100 $5,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

In "The Jungle Book" it's called "the Red Flower" & "every beast lives in fear of it"

Final scores:

Cori April Jill
$5,200 $12,000 $2,100

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cori April Jill
$6,800 $9,500 $5,600
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1992-01-04
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