Show #573 - Wednesday, February 18, 1987

1987 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Cres Formey, a junior at Windsor Forest High School from Savannah, Georgia

Sara Stanchina, a freshman at Lionville Junior High School from Downington, Pennsylvania

Salil Kumar, a senior at Isidore Newman High School from Harahan, Louisiana

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
1st name of singers Grant, Money, & Rabbit
    $100 20
A transgression against God, it can be mortal or venial
    $100 28
This best-selling brand of cookies is also available as "cookies n' cream" ice cream
    $100 7
Once called "El-Khela", the emptiness, it covers about 1/3 of Africa
    $100 25
"Dirty" word that can precede pack, bath, or wrestling
    $200 18
Last name of singers Joe, Janet, & Jermaine
    $200 21
At Jim Bakker's Heritage USA, these are held every Tuesday afternoon at the hotel's pool
    $200 10
Though your stomach may not have room, the wide-brimmed "waffle" type of this holds a whole sundae
    $200 1
Though only about 16,000 sq. mi., this European country has over 5000 mi. of canals & navigable rivers
    $200 24
If a hog invites you home, it's appropriate to tell him his place looks like this
    $300 8
Sporting pink glasses & a ponytail at Andy & Fergie's wedding, he was not asked to sing "Kiss the Bride"
    $300 22
Blown in Jewish rituals, the shofar is traditionally a horn of this animal
    $300 17
Pb, it corrodes so little that words stamped on Roman water pipes made of it are still legible
    $300 15
Giving a yellowish tint, it's what makes French vanilla ice cream "French"
    $300 2
Of Tahiti, Samoa, or Guam, the one not in the Western Hemisphere
    $300 6
If you get mad at your Barbie doll, you can drop her in a pit of this Mattel goo
    $400 12
Sting, U2 & Peter Gabriel headlined the "Conspiracy of Hope" tour to raise money for this organization
    $400 23
Shh...we hope we're not overdue in telling you St. Jerome is patron saint of this profession
    $400 16
Though technically a metal, it becomes a solid only at temperatures below -38℉.
    $400 13
The texture is better if this process is done quickly, but that's impossible if there's too much sugar
    DD: $300 4
1 of 2 rivers that join at Pittsburgh to form the Ohio River
    $400 3
In "A Visit from St. Nicholas", St. Nick's "clothes were all tarnished with ashes" & this
    $500 11
Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the 2 who are pairing up for reunion of Buffalo Springfield
    $500 27
Holy city whose sites include the Well of Zem-Zem, Abraham's Footprint, & a Great Mosque
    $500 26
Common metal made from bauxite ore
    $500 19
In case you didn't know, Kraft & Pillsbury are behind these 2 "Scandinavian" brands of ice cream
    $500 5
This mountainous coastal country is South America's 3rd largest in area
    $500 14
From old High German for "foul", it can also describe someone very rich

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

Salil Sara Cres
$1,100 -$500 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Salil Sara Cres
$3,700 -$600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
A marsupium is this part of a female marsupial, used to shelter her young
    $200 1
Tribes which carve totem poles live in this part of the U.S.
    $200 4
# of intermissions during a normal hockey game
    $200 7
# of spark plugs normally used in a V-8 engine
    $200 3
At time of Shigechiyo Izumi's death at age 120 in 1986, he was listed in Guinness as being this
    $200 8
Not surprisingly, the heroines of Poe's "Lenore", "The Sleeper" & "Ulalume" are all in this condition
    $400 5
The name of this animal is a corruption of the Spanish "el lagarto", the lizard
    DD: $200 6
Colorful reason large number of whites flocked to Black Hills leading to war with the red man
    $400 24
Of jumping, hot dog, or slalom skis, the type that are longest & heaviest
    $400 15
Whether you use the cylinder or agitator type of this, you still risk ring around the collar
    $400 9
The top grossing film of 1985, not 1955
    $400 2
Tho the poem's "To My Mother", he wrote for this relative, "mother to the one I loved so dearly"
    $600 12
The largest wild member of canidae, the dog family
    $600 13
Bands of this Arizona tribe include the Tonto, Chiricahua & Mescalero
    $600 25
What officials must do if you use brakes during a run in bobsled competition
    $600 18
Some parts of this machine are the feed dog, presser foot, & bobbin winder
    $600 10
It remains on the average, the most expensive state in which to buy a house
    $600 14
The "Poe"m named for them repeats this tintinnabulating word 59 times
    $800 16
Number of horns on an African rhinoceros
    $800 27
In the 1968 Winter Games, this figure skater won the only gold for the U.S.
    $800 19
Leonardo da Vinci developed a type of this device which measured distance traveled by carriages
    $800 20
Parodied by Billy Crystal on SNL, this longest-running talk show host started his "Memory Lane" in 1953
    $800 22
Its permanent perch was "on the pallid bust of Pallas"
    $1000 17
The chameleon-like cuttlefish isn't really a fish but a species of this
    $1000 29
Johnny Cash James Garner & Burt Reynolds are all partly descended from this tribe
    DD: $600 28
Name of the following piece, which features a winter sport in the title:
    $1000 26
The "finned thingey" at the end of the Xerox machine that separates copies & keeps them in order
    $1000 21
# of companies included in Dow Jones Industrial Average
    $1000 23
Poe's poem "The Haunted Palace" is quoted as if written by a character in the story of this doomed house

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Salil Sara Cres
$6,500 -$600 $4,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

It arrived in the U.S. in June of 1885 in 214 cases aboard the French ship Isere

Final scores:

Salil Sara Cres
$7,201 -$600 $4,900
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Salil Sara Cres
$7,400 -$600 $4,800
25 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)
3 R,
4 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $11,600

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Game tape date: 1986-12-28
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