Show #1953 - Wednesday, February 17, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Jesse Roach, a senior from Aiken, South Carolina

Colin Rafferty, a junior from Fairway, Kansas

Becky Pawlowski, a sophomore from Springfield, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are verbs that also happen to be the name of a particular animal.)
    $100 16
The State General Assembly consists of a House of Reps. with 100 members & one of these with 38
    $100 2
Archie Comics is proud to announce all of its interior pages are made out of this
    $100 1
Started in the U.S. by Mrs. Dodd of Spokane, Wash., it's the third Sunday in June
    $100 26
On April 27, 1789 Lt. William Bligh was in command of this 215-ton ship; the next day, a 23-foot boat
    $100 7
Her detractors crushed a big pile of her music with a steamroller after she tore up a picture of the Pope
    $100 11
Tease the hair to make it look thicker
    $200 18
In 1955, many years before the nation followed suit, Kentucky lowered the voting age to this
    $200 3
Among the wealthy characters with their own comics are Richie Rich & this relative of Donald Duck
    $200 9
A dab of ash seen on the foreheads of Christians lets you know this 40-day season has begun
    $200 27
A second lieutenant in the Army Air Corps Reserve, his May 1927 flight to Paris made him famous
    $200 8
Her parents were half of The Mamas & The Papas & she's one-third of Wilson Phillips
    $200 22
Flutter your eyelashes
    $300 19
Between 1980 & 1990, this largest city in the state lost almost 10% of its population
    DD: $500 4
Hero whose December 1992 funeral is seen here:
    $300 10
Some states combine this January federal holiday with Robert E. Lee Day
    $300 28
In 1805 he named the wrong lake as the source of the Mississippi; his fame later "peaked" in Colorado
    $300 14
The singers known as Rob and Fab used to perform under this name, but they had to give that back, too
    $300 23
Hold up or support the weight of something
    $400 20
By the 1890s this had overtaken hemp as the state's leading crop
    $400 5
Youngblood's creator, artist Rob Liefeld, appeared in TV commercials for these items of apparel
    $400 12
In the U.S. October 9, 1977 was dedicated to this (as the proclamation put it) Norse person
    $400 29
William Clark of Lewis & Clark served as a lieutenant under this "Mad" general
    $400 15
Luciano Pavarotti angered the BBC by doing this in a 1992 concert; he should have consulted with Rob & Fab
    $400 24
Take more than one's share of the road
    $500 21
Kentucky is 1 of 4 members of the union officially designated this, rather than a state
    $500 6
This Marvel super force is described in one of their titles as "Uncanny"
    $500 13
The January 25 birthday of this poet has become a folk holiday for the Scots
    $500 30
In 1842 Kit Carson met this second lieutenant & joined him in mapping & pathfinding
    $500 17
Harry Connick, Jr. was a little boy when his father defeated Jim Garrison & became D.A. of this Louisiana city
    $500 25
Gloat, boast or exult over

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

Becky Colin Jesse
$300 $1,400 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Colin Jesse
$1,600 $2,100 $3,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This ancestral home of George Washington was named for a British admiral under whom his half-brother served
    $200 6
In 1869 Hippolyte Mege-Mouries of France invented this butter substitute by using beef fat
    $200 23
This city was founded in A.D. 43 as the Roman town of Londinium
    $200 11
He created Holden Caulfield, one of the most popular teenaged characters in literature
    $200 19
If you missed this comet in 1986, you'll have to wait until 2061 to see it
    $200 15
He wasn't yet 20 when he died in the 1300s B.C.; he'd been pharaoh since he was 9 or 10
    $400 2
As a first baseman for Yale in 1947 & 1948, he had a total of 1 home run
    $400 7
This early 20th C. invention by Willis Carrier helps you keep a cool head on hot summer nights
    $400 24
Cape Hafun in this famine-stricken country is the easternmost point on the African mainland
    $400 12
This writer, born Judy Sussman, has written many books for teens, including "Forever..."
    $400 22
This planet's Great Red Spot is only half the size that it was at the turn of the century
    $400 16
When this 16-year-old graduated from Paris' Ecole Militaire in 1785, he ranked 42nd in a class of 58
    $600 3
In 1962 Richard Nixon held his "last press conference" after losing a race for this California office
    $600 8
With $1300, Stephen Wozniak & this partner formed the Apple Computer Company in 1976
    $600 25
Most of Vienna lies on the right bank of this river, Europe's second longest
    $600 13
She published "In Love and Trouble: Stories of Black Women" in 1973, 10 years before she won a Pulitzer Prize
    $600 28
A planet's albedo is the ratio of the amount of this reflected by it to that falling on it
    $600 18
As a 16-year-old in 1837, this British nurse heard God tell her she had a mission in life
    $800 4
In 1829 he abandoned regular cabinet meetings in favor of discussions with his "Kitchen Cabinet"
    $800 9
In 1858 Cyrus Field laid the 1st transatlantic cable from Ireland to this Canadian province
    DD: $700 26
Mount Erebus on Ross Island is the largest of this continent's active volcanoes
    $800 14
Her original name was Howard Allen O'Brien, as the vampire Lestat could tell you
    $800 29
The star he observed & described in 1572 is still called Tycho's Star
    $800 20
The Black Prince was only 16 when he commanded part of his father's army in this really long war
    $1000 5
This president campaigned for reelection in 1900 using the slogan "The Full Dinner Pail"
    $1000 10
In 1769 he patented a "Method of Lessening the Consumption of Steam & Fuel in Fire Engines"
    $1000 27
Rising over 14,000 feet, this dangerous pyramid-shaped peak lies near the village of Zermatt, Switz.
    $1000 17
Her 1990 novel "Plains of Passage" continues the prehistoric love story of Ayla & Jondalar
    $1000 30
Areography is the study of the geography of this planet
    DD: $1,600 21
She was 19 when her half-sister Mary Tudor became queen of England in 1553

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Colin Jesse
$5,300 $7,100 $8,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

Tennessee governor Ned McWherter chose Harlan Mathews to fill this man's Senate seat until 1994

Final scores:

Becky Colin Jesse
$7,500 $9,000 $12,000
3rd place: $1,000 if not wild card semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if not wild card semifinalist Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Becky Colin Jesse
$7,000 $7,100 $8,100
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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Game tape date: 1993-01-04
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