Show #574 - Thursday, February 19, 1987

1987 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Lisa Patterson, a junior at Pasadena High School from Pasadena, Texas

Brian Kalt, a freshman at Southfield Lathrup High School from Southfield, Michigan

Dana Venator, a junior at Briarcliff High School from Decatur, Georgia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 3
"Hard by a great forest dwelt a poor woodcutter with his wife & his 2 children"
    $100 10
This Stephen Foster song inspired a less famous one called "The Old Folks Are Still At Home"
    $100 26
the Aga,
    $100 1
At 133', the one at Mercury Cinema in Paris is the world's widest
    $100 7
The one who gives you money for your molars
    $100 9
Nervous gnat, or a dance your granddad might have done in the '40s
    $200 11
The 1st 4 words in "The Sound of Music", sung by Julie Andrews
    $200 14
Jim Bowie may have picked his teeth with this weapon, the "Ark. toothpick", but we don't recommend it
    $200 27
Irish water,
Welsh springer,
English cocker
    $200 2
This "Color of Money" star got a star on Hollywood Blvd., but Paul Newman still doesn't have one
    $200 8
Naughty fairies leave changelings in place of these, which they carry off to Fairyland
    $200 15
A camera enthusiast
    $300 12
"There once lived in a sequestered part of...Devonshire, one Mr. Godfrey Nickleby..."
    $300 20
In 1614, this kidnapped Indian "Princess" was baptized a Christian while being held hostage
    $300 28
Crystal Gayle,
    $300 4
He called Madonna "1 of the major actresses ever", but then he may be prejudiced
    $300 16
In Disney's "Cinderella", it's this character who sings "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boo"
    $300 23
If you're agog that your orbs pop out, you're this
    $400 13
"'Christmas won't be Christmas without any presents' grumbled Jo, lying on the rug."
    $400 21
Virginia's capitol building boasts the only 1 of these George Washington ever posed for
    $400 29
Alice's trip "Through the Looking-Glass",
Bobby Ewing's death on "Dallas"
    $400 5
Since he was covered with bandages, you could say Boris Karloff got "wrapped up" in this 1932 role
    DD: $400 17
Role danced by a ballerina to the following music:
    $400 24
Entomologists who go crazy might be sent here
    $500 19
"All children, except one, grow up."
    $500 22
When Louisiana's governor offered $500 for pirate Jean Laffite's head, Laffite offered $5000 for this
    $500 6
The 3 Oscar winners who play sisters in "Crimes of the Heart"
    $500 18
Cattle & sheep won't it's said, graze inside these round enchantments that appear upon pasture land
    $500 25
The surrey with the fringe on top

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

Dana Brian Lisa
$1,100 $1,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dana Brian Lisa
$3,600 $2,100 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
The World Book says that at birth, all Pandalid shrimp are this sex
    $200 11
If you were born in this early autumn month, you deserve a sapphire: it's your birthstone
    $200 12
1 of the oldest sections of this holy book was reportedly written by a judge named Deborah
    $200 13
This, the minimum voting age in Bulgaria, is the same as in the U.S.
    $200 1
After her 1st album, fans waited nearly 2 years for this "redhead" to show her "True Colors"
    $200 3
"...with liberty & justice for all."
    $400 18
Among dead animals, this is the one most commonly used for back scrubbing
    $400 25
The word sapphire comes from the Sanskrit "sani-priya", meaning "dear to" this planet
    $400 15
In 1952, the "Law of Return" gave all Jews automatic admission to this country
    $400 16
Even after it was no longer the capital, this country's kings were crowned in Krakow
    $400 2
His "Heartbeat" album proves this TV star's singing voice is no "Vice"
    $400 4
"To boldly go where no man has gone before."
    $600 21
Number of eyelids a catfish has
    $600 27
Topaz is "8", diamonds "10", sapphires "9" on the Mohs scale, which rates this
    $600 22
Mahatma Gandhi was born into the Vaisya, or Merchant, caste of this religion
    $600 17
Yugoslavia's island of Korcula was, some say, the birthplace of this 13th c. explorer of China
    $600 6
People Magazine readers showed the "Greatest Love of All" by naming her Top New Star of 1986
    $600 5
"...she said the necessary prayers for the soul of Michael Corleone"
    $800 26
The striped parrotfish tucks itself into a blanket of slime before doing this
    $800 28
Many sapphires are dichroic, meaning this changes with the direction from which they're viewed
    $800 23
Many "Friends" of this religion helped slaves escape on the Underground Railroad
    $800 19
The 2 parts of Budapest are joined by 8 imposing bridges over this river
    DD: $500 9
Her book "California Dreamin'" & his book "Papa John" said their marriage was no California dream
    $800 7
" a year she had become an heiress, got a horse for a shilling & won the Grand National."
    $1000 30
The blue-green variety of this 1st appeared in the ocean at least a billion years ago
    $1000 29
This area partly in India is known for the blue lakes of its vale & its beautiful blue sapphires
    $1000 24
Joseph Smith said he translated this book from plates given to him by an angel
    DD: $400 20
Since it has diplomatic relations with almost no one, few visit this country on Greece's border
    $1000 10
The publishing company co-founded by Carly Simon's father
    $1000 8
"...he never his own bunny, come back to look at the child who had first helped him to be real."

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dana Brian Lisa
$8,000 $5,700 $5,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

The Library of Congress was originally housed in this building

Final scores:

Dana Brian Lisa
$5,000 $7,000 $5,900
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dana Brian Lisa
$8,400 $5,700 $6,400
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
3 W
14 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,500

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Game tape date: 1986-12-28
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