Show #1265 - Friday, February 16, 1990

1990 Teen Tournament final game 2.


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Richard Morris, a senior from Auburn, Alabama (subtotal of $9,200)

Andrew McGeorge, a senior from Topeka, Kansas (subtotal of $11,500)

Jamie Weiss, a junior from Fairfax, Virginia (subtotal of $12,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 30
The first telephone of this type was installed in a bank in Hartford, Conn. in 1889
    $100 29
He played with a Dixieland band & a jazz band before he joined The Police
    $100 5
In 1803 John Dalton wrote all elements are composed of small particles he called these
    $100 1
In the 1st episode of this series, Cliff gave Theo an economics lesson with Monopoly money
    $100 19
To avoid the sun's glare at the beach, wear these tinted accessories
    $100 18
Even if it isn't cold & hard, you'll probably spend it anyway
    $200 27
In 1959 this Swedish firm became the first to equip its cars with safety belts
    $200 28
Tai Babilonia was only 9 when she began skating with this partner, who was 11
    $200 7
The "wet" type is used for cars, the "dry" type for flashlights
    $200 11
This sport was Tony Micelli's bread & butter prior to becoming a housekeeper on "Who's The Boss?"
    $200 20
Protective device the French call un parapluie & the British call a brolly
    $200 17
The kind of hasty decision you might make when you have the measles
    $300 26
The 1st mouthwash, it was named for the British doctor who developed antiseptic surgery procedures
    $300 8
Her maiden name was Marilyn Tucker, & she met her husband at Indiana University law school
    $300 6
Perfectly dry iron doesn't do this because galvanic action won't take place without water being present
    $300 14
Christopher Hewett now plays this character first played in 3 movies by Clifton Webb
    $300 24
A small cylinder of fur or cloth into which the hands are inserted for warmth
    $300 2
Sometimes it's a little longer than a hyphen; other times it's 100 yards long
    $400 25
The first teddy bears were marketed at about the same time by Ideal Toy Corp. & this German firm
    DD: $1,100 9
Performer heard here talking about his craft; you may never have heard him before:

"If I want to mime a flower, I take the shape of the flower..."
    $400 12
Liquid oxygen normally does this at -183 centigrade
    $400 15
This 16-year-old Princeton grad is a resident at Eastman Medical Center
    $400 23
A raincoat, often yellow, named for its glossy appearance
    $400 3
To display suddenly & briefly; a detective might do it with his badge
    $500 22
This game came out in 1948 after being developed from a spelling game called "Criss Cross"
    $500 10
Olympic stars Florence Griffith Joyner & Jackie Joyner-Kersee are related this way
    $500 13
Allotrope of carbon that's used as a solid lubricant
    $500 16
Jon Cryer plays an agent who moved up from mailroom clerk at the Unlimited Talent Agency in this CBS sitcom
    $500 21
A soft Eskimo boot made of reindeer or seal skin
    $500 4
This 4-letter word can precede mark or browns

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 10):

Jamie Andrew Richard
$500 $800 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Andrew Richard
$2,400 $2,700 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 28
To keep Charleston, S.C. clean, these animals who pull the carriage tours wear diapers
    $200 11
"I was chokin' mad w/thirst, an' the man that spied me 1st was our good old grinnin' gruntin' Gunga Din." he wrote
    $200 6
In 1963, 8 years after he resigned as British p.m., he was made an honorary U.S. citizen
    $200 17
In this fairy tale ballet, the heroine loses one of her slippers
    $200 2
This soft drink co. introduced its new formula drink & then brought back the classic version
    $200 30
Your old school, literally "Fostering Mother"
    $400 27
The official emblem of this city's police department is a witch on a broomstick
    $400 26
This author of "Elegy Written In A Country Churchyard" refused an offer to be poet laureate
    DD: $1,200 5
Anwar Sadat was assassinated in this city
    $400 16
This ballet includes a ball at the house of the Capulets
    $400 7
He became engaged to Madonna in June & married her in August
    $400 29
The abbreviation R.I.P., Requiescat In Pace, is translated as this
    $600 22
Enterprise, Ala. boasts a statue of this pest, which inspired it to plant peanuts instead of cotton
    $600 25
The last line of her poem "The New Colossus" is "I lift my lamp beside the golden door"
    $600 4
This Austrian president is of Czech descent & his family name was originally Waclawik
    $600 15
In a Tchaikovsky ballet, Prince Siegfried goes hunting for these animals & falls in love with 1 of them
    $600 9
At age 17 he became the youngest man to win at Wimbledon
    $600 24
Used for dates in the last 1,990 years, the abbreviation A.D. is short for this Latin expression
    $800 19
Pennsylvania has more of these picturesque bridges than any other state
    $800 23
He called "The Chambered Nautilus" "The Ship of Pearl"
    $800 1
In 1921 he became the first Japanese crown prince to travel abroad
    $800 14
1 of the 2 leading ballet companies in the Soviet Union
    $800 8
The entire 1985 World Series was played in this Midwestern state
    $800 21
Id Est, often abbreviated i.e. in papers, translates to this in English
    $1000 18
The only university in this state is in Laramie
    DD: $2,000 12
"Queen Mab", "Ozymandias" & "To A Skylark" are 3 of the poems written by this Englishman
    $1000 3
Mehmed VI, the last sultan of this empire, was forced to abdicate in 1922
    $1000 13
Nijinsky's ballet "The Afternoon Of" one of these animals premiered in 1912
    $1000 10
This famous volcano on Sicily exploded on Christmas & set off several earthquakes
    $1000 20
When Caesar crossed the Rubicon, he quoted the proverb "Iacta Alea Est" which means this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jamie Andrew Richard
$11,000 $3,900 $8,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Chapter 15 of this 1881 novel is entitled "Tom as King"

Final scores:

Jamie Andrew Richard
$14,000 $3,900 $2,599

Cumulative scores:

Jamie Andrew Richard
$26,000 $15,400 $11,799
Tournament champion: $26,000 1st runner-up: $15,400 2nd runner-up: $11,799

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jamie Andrew Richard
$10,200 $3,900 $8,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,400

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Game tape date: 1990-01-07
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