Show #1732 - Tuesday, February 25, 1992

1992 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 2.


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Raj Raghavan, a junior from Plano, Texas

Muffy Morris, a sophomore from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

K.C. Harris, a senior from South Hill, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
This famous Massachusetts rock is engraved with the date 1620
    $100 1
This 1991 Steven Spielberg film is based on the premise "What if Peter Pan grew up?"
    $100 16
A few of these green gems are mined near Stony Point, North Carolina
    $100 17
In 1804 this ornithologist became the first known person to band birds
    $100 26
Some singing voices are described as "lyric", a word derived from the Greek for this instrument
    $100 6
In printing this punctuation mark is also known as a full stop
    $200 12
New geological evidence suggests this Giza, Egypt statue may be twice as old as previously thought
    $200 2
Anna Chlumsky to Macaulay Culkin, according to the title of a 1991 film
    $200 18
The freshwater type of these can be found in the Mississippi & its tributaries
    $200 19
From 1735-37 this founder of Methodism was a missionary to the American colony of Georgia
    $200 27
An arietta is a short one of these
    $200 7
They enclose the exact words of a speaker
    $300 13
Lakehurst Naval Air Station in this state was the site of the Hindenburg explosion
    $300 3
Steve Martin starred in the 1991 remake of this 1950 Spencer Tracy film
    $300 23
You'd wear your diadem on this body part
    $300 20
In 1736 this New York Weekly Journal publisher printed an account of his freedom of the press trial
    $300 28
A "decorative" note or group of notes such as a trill, or a generic term for a Christmas tree decoration
    $300 8
It's the strongest mark we have to indicate emotional emphasis at the end of a sentence
    $400 14
His Washington, D.C. memorial was dedicated April 13, 1943, the 200th anniversary of his birth
    $400 4
She starred as the mother of a child prodigy & made her directorial debut in "Little Man Tate"
    DD: $900 24
Turquoise is the state gem of these two southwestern states
    $400 21
Middle name of crime fighter John Hoover
    $400 29
Vibrato is Italian for "vibrating" & this is Italian for "trembling"
    $400 9
Compound words are sometimes joined together by this punctuation mark
    $500 15
This French engineer designed the interior support tower for the Statue of Liberty
    $500 5
He played a corporate raider known as Larry the Liquidator in "Other People's Money"
    $500 25
This stone that's green in sunlight & red under artificial light is named for a czar
    $500 22
This 10th U.S. Pres. was elected to the Confederate House of Reps. but died before taking office
    $500 30
As a noun, it's a high-pitched voice; as an adjective, it often precedes "clef"
    $500 10
You'll commonly find this mark before a list or after a business letter's salutation

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

K.C. Muffy Raj
-$100 $2,700 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

K.C. Muffy Raj
-$200 $4,700 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
These animals are specially bred near Salamanca to participate in Spain's national spectacle
    $200 1
In 1989 David Dinkins was elected this city's first black mayor
    $200 2
The standard abacus uses a system of this base number
    $200 21
In 1946 his portrait was first placed on the U.S. dime
    $200 4
The Persians & the Medes were considered barbarians, people who didn't speak this language
    $200 12
Naturalist John Ray first recorded the proverb "Blood is thicker than" this
    $400 27
Forms of this dance include the Alegrias, the Bulerias & the Farruca
    $400 3
President Bush credited much of Desert Storm's success to this chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
    $400 13
The number of scruples in 6 drams or the number of inches in half a yard
    $400 22
An Egyptian bronze coin of the 1st century B.C. depicts this queen as Aphrodite
    $400 5
You don't have to consult an oracle to know the Pythian Games were held here
    $400 17
Completes Julius Caesar's declaration "I came, I saw,..."
    $600 28
This city on the Mediterranean is known for it citrus fruit & La Seo Cathedral
    $600 8
In 1931 this botanist refused an offer from the Soviet Union to supervise its cotton plantations
    $600 14
The name for these numbers less than zero came from the Latin for "to deny"
    $600 23
The gold ducat of this Italian city showed the Doge receiving a banner from St. Mark
    $600 6
In the 5th century the Magyars were called the "On Ogur", which is where we get this country's name
    DD: $1,600 18
It's to whom Edwin Stanton was referring when he said, "Now he belongs to the ages"
    DD: $1,200 29
In 1992 Spain is set to host the Olympics in Barcelona & a world's fair in this city
    $800 10
At the 1988 Summer Olympics Jackie Joyner-Kersee & this sister-in-law won six medals between them
    $800 15
A logarithm is an example of this symbol
    $800 24
The commemorative Columbian Exposition coin of 1892 & 1893 bore an engraving of this ship
    $800 7
In 201 B.C. he was the ruler of Carthage but Rome wanted him as a prisoner
    $800 19
John Keats called this American statesman "a philosophical Quaker full of mean and thrifty maxims"
    $1000 11
W.E.B. Du Bois, founder of the Niagara Movement, was the 1st black to receive a Ph.D. from this Ivy League university
    $1000 16
It's the next prime number above 23
    $1000 25
In 1658 this Lord supplied Maryland with a coin with his portrait on it
    $1000 9
Although this city was Amenhotep III's capital he was buried in the nearby Valley of the Kings
    $1000 20
George Bernard Shaw called this condition "the greatest of evils and the worst of crimes"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

K.C. Muffy Raj
$1,000 $7,300 $4,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

Areology is the scientific study of this planet

Final scores:

K.C. Muffy Raj
$2,000 $8,300 $8,800
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

K.C. Muffy Raj
$2,200 $6,800 $6,000
11 R,
9 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,000

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Game tape date: 1992-01-03
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