Show #577 - Tuesday, February 24, 1987

1987 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.


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

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

David Simon, a senior at Jonathan Dayton High School from Mountainside, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
The 2 "pointer" stars in the Big Dipper always point to this star in the Little Dipper
    $100 3
One "Aliens" poster was withdrawn because she "looked too much like Michael Jackson"
    $100 23
The "arector pili" muscle contracts & causes hair to do this, as when you're watching "The Fly"
    $100 1
In "The Odd Couple", Murray, Speed & Vinnie often joined Oscar in this card game
    $100 12
"All work & no play makes" him "a dull boy" & Jill's probably not a lot of fun either
    $100 15
Due to the success of these, McDonald's is the 2nd-largest chicken retailer in U.S.
    $200 11
Total number of recognized constellations, it's the same number of keys on a piano
    $200 4
In 1984 she became real-life partner of attorney Robert Altman, & TV "Partners" w/Loni Anderson
    $200 24
Arteries carry blood from the heart, veins carry blood to the heart, & these connect the 2
    $200 2
The "Blitzwing", which can change from a tank to an airplane to a robot, is this type of toy
    $200 13
"If you want a thing done well..." this person should do it
    $200 16
In the mid '50s, McDonald's fries cost 10¢, & a large drink or this cost 15¢
    $300 19
As usually charted, stars in the constellation Cassiopeia form this letter
    $300 5
In this sitcom, Joanna Kerns is in the "Thicke" of things with her husband & family
    $300 25
There are about 206 of dem in the body
    DD: $200 8
Toy in name of the group singing the following:

[Opening guitar riff plays]
"She's got legs, she knows how to use them..."
    $300 14
This "makes the heart grow fonder", though a dozen roses wouldn't hurt
    $300 17
The 1st Ronald McDonald who gave Ronald his name, was this popular "Today Show" weather man
    $400 22
Uranus & Pluto were discovered while passing below Castor & Pollux, stars in this constellation
    $400 6
Raquel's daughter, she dropped in from outer space to make her U.S. movie debut in "Cocoon"
    $400 26
By the time you hit age 70, these twin organs have removed wastes from over a million gallons of blood
    $400 9
Comic book character "The Flaming Carrot" hops to scene of crime on an atomic version of this toy
    $400 18
A Cornish prayer asked God to "deliver us from goulies & ghosties...& things that" do this
    $400 28
In the TV ad, Vanna White said this product's name doesn't have enough letters
    $500 21
The 1982 movie "Jinxed" lived up to its name & sent this actress into therapy
    $500 27
Temporary organ that develops in pregnancy & nourishes fetus through the umbilical cord
    $500 10
On May 5, 1984, 1036 Colgate students repositioned themselves for 3 1/2 hours playing this Milton Bradley game
    $500 20
"Brevity is the soul of..." this
    $500 29
The corner of Fourteenth & E Streets in San Bernardino, California

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

David Dana Salil
$1,000 $700 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Dana Salil
$2,100 $2,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Mormon-founded capital lies at the foot of the westernmost range of the Rocky Mountains
    $200 11
Since 1974, they've been the band that backs up the Boss
    $200 20
Since 1963, # of women entering this religious calling has fallen by about 1/3
    $200 23
The Reno Gang was credited as 1st to rob these steam vehicles
    $200 3
It's a book of maps, even if it doesn't hold up heaven or earth
    $200 16
The only punc-tuation in this answer
    $400 2
It's the capital of the least populated state, Wyoming
    $400 12
Though he's never had a #1 single, this song boogied on up to #2 in 1984
    $400 21
Guinness says 69 is the greatest number of these any woman has had
    $400 24
Aliases for Robert Leroy Parker & Harry Longbaugh which became title of a 1969 movie hit
    $400 4
A.J. Nystrom & Co. & C.S. Hammond, Inc. publish maps chiefly for these institutions
    $400 17
A person who's more sick in the head than in the body
    $600 7
Only Confederate state capital east of the Mississippi that Union troops did not capture was this, Florida's
    $600 13
In May 1985, he broke many female hearts by marrying this actress
    $600 22
The females in this kingdom could be called "pistil packin' mamas"
    $600 25
1 authority says old west outlaws would have flourished if not for this detective organization
    $600 5
This word for mapmaker comes from Old French for "card"
    $600 18
While under this you may experience anesthesia, hallucination or age regression
    DD: $300 8
2 of the 4 capitals that begin with the same letter as their state
    $800 14
Bruce was indeed born in the U.S.A.--in this town, in fact
    $800 28
Ratified in 1920, the 19th Amendment gave women this
    $800 27
Anatomical part of outlaw Joaquin Murietta supposedly cut off & displayed in a bottle of alcohol
    $800 6
Of too large, too small, or in right proportion, how polar regions appear on a Mercator projection map
    $800 19
One who extols the virtues of healthy food & then goes home & eats Goo Goo Clusters is this
    $1000 9
Due to its classical-style architecture, this capital is called "The Athens of the South"
    DD: $500 15
In October 1975, the Boss graced the covers of these 2 weekly magazines simultaneously
    $1000 29
Among the world's major countries, this one has the highest proportion of female physicians
    $1000 30
His skill at anonymity kept him from the law but not from the fellow gang member who shot him in 1882
    $1000 10
Photogammetry is the science of making maps from photos taken from this perspective
    $1000 26
The medical term for high blood pressure

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Dana Salil
$2,500 $5,800 $7,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Setting a pair of standard dice on a table, total of numbers on sides, not including tops & bottoms

Final scores:

David Dana Salil
$5,000 $11,500 $2,300
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Dana Salil
$2,500 $6,000 $7,800
10 R,
1 W
17 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,300

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Game tape date: 1986-12-29
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