Show #1031 - Monday, February 13, 1989

1989 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.


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Elena Whitley, a junior from Raleigh, North Carolina

Matt Lindley, a senior from Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Peter Morris, a sophomore from Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 30
It's the state song of our smallest state; it's also the name of our smallest state
    $100 19
Boy's Life is a monthly magazine of this organization
    $100 1
Geese, crows & ravens are smarter than these supposedly wise birds
    $100 15
Hans Christian Andersen wrote of a princess who could feel this teeny thing under 20 mattresses
    $100 6
Sonny Bono was born in Detroit, & this band's Bono was born in Dublin
    $100 11
Retire at 9, up at 5, results in one guy being fit plus rich, not to mention smart
    $200 29
This Quaker who founded Pennsylvania was once imprisoned in the Tower of London
    $200 20
Of the top 50 magazines in circulation, this teen magazine is the only one with an age as its title
    $200 2
Named for the sound it makes, it nests in trees, not in timepieces
    $200 16
If you do something with skepticism, you "take it" with this tiny thing
    $200 7
Sheena Easton is from the west side of this country
    $200 12
One bit of wood from an ancient cube
    $300 26
It's the standard 2-letter postal abbreviation for the state you're standing in
    $300 21
This rival news magazine was founded by Thomas J.C. Martyn, a foreign news editor at Time
    $300 3
Lovebirds, macaws & parakeets are members of this bird family
    $300 18
"Singles" in this format can have 4 songs & are only 3" in diameter
    DD: $500 8
Country from which the singer of the following hot hit of '88 hails:

"Everybody's doing a brand-new dance, now / (Come on baby, do the Loco-motion)..."
    $300 13
The man that guffaws after all others have finished guffaws the greatest
    $400 27
A New World Pavilion was built at this Virginia site in 1957 in honor of its 350th anniversary
    $400 22
3 of the 5 founders of this humor magazine had worked together on the Harvard Lampoon
    $400 4
Instead of flying to a warmer climate, the poorwill does this during the winter
    $400 24
An anagram of "item", it's a teeny item, a bug or a sum of money
    $400 9
This Canadian quintet was featured on the "Top Gun" soundtrack singing "Heaven in Your Eyes"
    $400 14
A single fine deed should be rewarded with the same again
    $500 28
U.S. site at which Begin & Sadat held a peace conference in September 1978
    $500 23
Famous for its photography, it started as a weekly in 1936, shut down in 1972 & became a monthly in 1978
    $500 5
These familiar city birds are also known as rock doves
    $500 25
This "playful" pup is the teeniest variety of poodle
    $500 10
"Take On Me" made them the 1st Norwegian group to have a U.S. No. 1 Hit, & that's no surprise
    $500 17
A bigger group produces additional mirth

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Peter Matt Elena
$1,100 $1,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Matt Elena
$2,400 $2,800 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 30
Exercises which are designed to promote the supply & use of oxygen in the body are called this
    $200 7
Green on this nation's flag represents Catholics, orange Protestants & white the peace between them
    $200 16
Noted for their skill at this, it's been said a Comanche on his feet is out of his element
    $200 1
William Shakespeare was born & later buried in this town, one of the oldest in England
    $200 6
"The Living", "The New English", & "The Revised Standard" version of this book were best sellers
    $200 25
Konrad von Gresner thought these were rocks that just happened to look like bones or shells
    $400 29
An adult's body can make some of these protein building blocks, but at least 8 must be obtained from food
    $400 8
A narrow tapering flag, or what the Dodgers & Athletics both won in 1988
    $400 18
For normal work a cowboy's was about 40 ft. long, made out of twisted grass & had a honda on one end
    $400 2
These are called lifts in England
    $400 12
Between stints on "60 Minutes", this humorist wrote the best seller "Pieces of My Mind"
    $400 24
Ludolph of Cologne arrived at this number so accurately, Germans call it the Ludolphine number
    $600 28
Because of an intolerance to lactose, many cannot enjoy this "perfect food"
    $600 9
On the Soviet flag, these 2 objects represent the workers & peasants
    $600 19
A brand of jeans, or a person who took care of the horses on a cattle drive
    $600 3
He is the spiritual head of the Church of England
    $600 13
Although a mere 87 at the time, this comic wrote "How to Live to be 100-or More"
    DD: $4,500 23
When signing these, for which he's famous, Gerard Kremer used his Latin name, Geradus Mercator
    $800 27
Carotene, found in carrots, is converted to this vitamin in the intestinal wall
    DD: $2,500 10
William Driver, a Salem, Mass. sea captain, gave his U.S. flag this nickname
    $800 20
Thunderhead Mtn., 5 miles north of Custer, S.D., is being carved into a monument to this Indian leader
    $800 4
This dialect in which "lady" becomes "lydy" is spoken primarily in London's East End
    $800 14
In 1986, 3 of this cartoonist's "Far Side" books were best sellers
    $800 22
In 1543 Andreas Vesalius published the 1st accurate work on this subject
    $1000 26
It's been found that beans, peas & this soluble grain fiber can greatly reduce one's level of cholesterol
    $1000 11
The flag of this U.S. cabinet post features a bison & the sun rising over mountains
    $1000 17
Last name of Old West arms supplier Eliphalet or Old West artist Frederic
    $1000 5
From Henry VII's ascension in 1485 to the death of Elizabeth I in 1603, this royal house ruled England
    $1000 15
"While Reagan Slept" is a collection of this humorist's newspaper columns
    $1000 21
In 1576 the king of Denmark financed an observatory for this astronomer

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Peter Matt Elena
$4,200 $11,100 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Oscar-winning film whose title character was played at age 3 by Richard Vuu & as an adult by John Lone

Final scores:

Peter Matt Elena
$8,400 $0 $9,400
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Peter Matt Elena
$4,200 $7,000 $10,700
16 R,
3 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $21,900

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Game tape date: 1989-01-05
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