Show #1959 - Thursday, February 25, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament final game 1.


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Jesse Roach, a senior from Aiken, South Carolina

Mit Robertson, a senior from Tupelo, Mississippi

Fraser Woodford, a senior from Lexington, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

1992 FILMS
"A" "B" "C"s
    $100 16
After creating the heaven & the Earth, God said, "Let there be" this, "and there was"
    $100 11
The 1992 sequel to this hit comedy is subtitled "Lost in New York"
    $100 1
This background color of Washington's state flag represents the state's forests
    $100 21
Don't wear too much of this cosmetic to a dinner party because it looks gross on the rim of a glass
    $100 6
Raised as a Methodist, she adopted Jimmy's Baptist faith when they married
    $100 22
After a day of sunbathing, your mother might tell you you're as "red as" this vegetable
    $200 17
He spent 3 days & 3 nights in the belly of a great fish
    DD: $900 12
Film that features the following love song:
    $200 2
Its state fair is held in Harrington, not in Dover
    $200 27
When you attend a concert, you should always do this when the conductor appears onstage
    $200 7
Thelma Catherine Ryan Nixon was born on the eve of this holiday, hence she's known as Pat
    $200 23
This Oriental pain-relieving method will have you on pins & needles, so to speak
    $300 18
When asked by God what gift he desired, this king requested wisdom & knowledge
    $300 13
Daniel Day-Lewis trained to fight with a tomahawk for this epic film based on a James Fenimore Cooper novel
    $300 3
Its state capital, Charleston, lies in the Kanawha Valley
    $300 28
Usually, Europeans keep this in the left hand after cutting meat & Americans do not
    $300 8
She was in the top 10 of her graduating class at the University of Texas in 1933
    $300 24
The letters of this magic word were once worn on an amulet to ward off trouble
    $400 19
It's the book in which you'd find the line "The bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed"
    $400 14
Craig Sheffer & Brad Pitt play brothers with a passion for fly-fishing in this Robert Redford drama
    $400 4
This state known for its dairy products is the birthplace of malted milk
    $400 29
Vogue's Book of Etiquette says a bride's silver should include at least 4 of these demitasse utensils
    $400 9
She was attending a charity function in Washington when her husband died in Warm Springs, Georgia in 1945
    $400 25
It's probably the only element to have a whole branch of chemistry devoted to it: organic chemistry
    $500 20
Before his death, this prophet chose his disciple Elisha to succeed him
    $500 15
Whoopi Goldberg plays a rebellious teacher in South Africa in this musical drama
    $500 5
The Grand Teton Music Festival is an annual summer event in this state
    $500 30
When several debutantes "come out" at the same ball, it's traditional for all of them to wear this color
    $500 10
The mansion where she lived with her first husband, Daniel Parke Custis, was called the "White House"
    $500 26
It's a synonym for beginning, or another term for a graduation ceremony

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

Fraser Mit Jesse
$1,600 $1,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fraser Mit Jesse
$3,200 $400 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
A major thoroughfare in this Egyptian capital is The Corniche, which runs along the Nile
    $200 6
The Met commissioned Philip Glass' "The Voyage" for the 500th anniversary of his voyage in 1992
    $200 11
Time reports that in August 2126 Comet Swift-Tuttle may do this, so...heads up!
    $200 21
This home got a new $1,000,000 roof in time for the 250th anniversary of Thomas Jefferson's birth
    $200 16
As its name indicates, a fluorometer is used to measure the wavelength & intensity of this type of light
    $200 26
Cleaning up a great big mess is called "Cleaning the Augean Stables" after one of his labors
    $400 2
John Heyward was perhaps the first to point out that it wasn't "built in one day"
    $400 7
Like "William Tell", "The Daughter of the Regiment" is set in this country
    $400 12
Imitating the president, he called the Secret Service & said, "Feel like going jogging tonight. In the nude."
    $400 22
This style of architecture was named for the city of Byzantium
    $400 17
Prospectors looking for uranium usually use this instrument because it detects radiation
    $400 27
A person who asks enigmatic questions can be compared to this monster; there's a statue of one near the Pyramids
    $600 3
One of the great shopping centers in this Venezuelan capital is the Simon Bolivar Center with its twin towers
    $600 8
This composer of "Aida" was once rejected by the Milan Conservatory as "insufficiently talented"
    $600 13
A week after the fire at Windsor Castle, the Hofburg Palace in this city caught fire
    $600 23
This world-famous Romanesque tower was built on unstable subsoil, which is why it tilts
    $600 18
A spectrohelioscope is used by astronauts to study this body
    $600 28
"Argus-Eyed", meaning vigilant, refers to a monster whose many eyes were added to this bird's tail
    $800 4
Dentsu, Asia's largest advertising agency, is located in this capital
    $800 9
This famous Italian tenor was in San Francisco to perform when the 1906 earthquake struck
    DD: $2,200 14
In 1992 this state became the first to elect 2 women to the U.S. Senate
    $800 24
This "new art" style has been called "Le Style Metro" in honor of Paris' subway system
    DD: $1,000 19
Grolier's Ency. calls this pressure gauge "the single most important meteorological instrument"
    $800 29
If you describe a spellbinding singer as "Orphie", you're comparing him to this mythical musician
    $1000 5
This city's 2 main districts, Karkh & Rusafah, lie on the west & east banks of the Tigris River
    $1000 10
Bass-baritone James Morris is widely regarded as the finest contemporary Wotan in this man's operas
    $1000 15
Whittaker Chambers said this man was a spy; Russia recently checked some files & said he wasn't
    $1000 25
This Chinese-American designed the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO.
    $1000 20
An "ultra" form of this device used to separate substances from mixtures can operate at up to 80,000 RPM
    $1000 30
The Champs-Elysees is named for these fields which became synonymous with paradise

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fraser Mit Jesse
$9,400 $6,400 $8,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

The execution of this man & his followers in 1859 is believed to be the only one for treason against a state

Final scores:

Fraser Mit Jesse
$16,000 $8,400 $12,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Fraser Mit Jesse
$9,400 $5,000 $7,600
25 R,
1 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1993-01-05
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