Show #1258 - Wednesday, February 7, 1990

1990 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Dionne King, a senior from San Bernardino, California

Scott Hoffman, a junior from Holmdel, New Jersey

Chris Black, a sophomore from Frederick, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
In contrast to the game played on land, the "water" variety of this sport doesn't use horses
    $100 17
The eccrine variety of these glands regulates body temp.; the apocrine type is found in your armpits
    $100 16
This oatmeal co. owns 2 of the oldest trademarks in the U.S.; Aunt Jemima & its own
    $100 20
The dome of this Washington, D.C. building was topped with the Statue of Freedom in 1863
    $100 1
This sign is sometimes represented by a centaur holding a bow & arrow
    $100 5
Meredith Vieira replaced Diane Sawyer as the only female correspondent on this CBS series
    $200 12
You could have one of coal or sugar, & if you fall down you could get one on your head
    $200 18
The tricuspid & the mitral are 2 of these located in the heart
    $200 22
Association of underwriters named for the society begun in Edward Lloyd's Coffee House in 1688
    $200 21
The American Museum of Immigration is located in its base
    $200 2
Venus rules this 7th sign of the zodiac, but don't let that unbalance you
    $200 6
Approximate title age of Michael & Hope Steadman
    $300 13
Greek goddess who married the west wind, or the part of your eye named for her
    $300 19
The normal human body has 5 lumbar ones in the lower back area
    $300 25
This auto company was the top U.S. industrial exporter in 1987 & '88
    $300 28
The log cabin representing this president's birthplace is in a granite bldg. near Hodgenville, KY.
    $300 3
Earth, air & fire are 3 of the "elements" in astrology; this is the 4th
    $300 7
According to the paternal title, it's what Staci Keanan calls Greg Evigan & Paul Reiser
    $400 14
As a verb, it means to throw things repeatedly, as a noun, it's an animal skin
    DD: $900 23
The joint where your humerus, your radius & your ulna meet is called this
    $400 26
Take a Big Gulp & tell us the name of this chain of convenience stores owned by Southland Corp.
    $400 29
Tho Washington took the oath of office there, this city's Federal Hall was sold for salvage in 1812
    $400 4
This sign is symbolized by an animal that stung Phaethon's horse during his chariot ride through the sky
    $400 8
In this Fox series Johnny Depp & Holly Robinson are cops who go undercover in schools
    $500 15
A color, something you do to you nails or, possibly, a bison's nickname
    $500 24
Your liver can make one quart of this every day
    $500 27
The company that's located at Checkerboard Square St. Louis, Missouri 63164
    $500 30
Much of this village, site of Lee's surrender to Grant, has been restored to its 1865 appearance
    $500 9
This horned sign of the zodiac is often depicted with a fishtail
    $500 10
Brooke Theiss & Jamie Luner play non-identical twin sisters on this ABC sitcom set at a Catholic school

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

Chris Scott Dionne
$700 $1,000 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Scott Dionne
$700 $3,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 14
Among the people who live within this "Circle" are the Yakuts of Siberia & the Lapps of Scandinavia
    $200 25
This son of Lamech "was 600 years old when the flood of waters was upon the earth"
    $200 11
He composed scores for "On the Waterfront" & "West Side Story" & later conducted the N.Y. Philharmonic
    $200 4
"The" is the definite article, & these 2 words are the indefinite articles
    $200 21
She became Queen of the UK & Ireland in 1837 but wasn't Empress of India until 1876
    $200 1
In the Tales of Beatrix Potter, it's the species of the animal known as "Nutkin"
    $400 15
Collective name of American Indian tribes like the Hopi & Zuni, it comes from the Spanish for "village"
    $400 26
He told King Darius, "My God hath sent his angel and hath shut the lions' mouths"
    $400 12
He composed "An American in Paris" in Paris, but the first performance of it was held at Carnegie Hall
    $400 5
To convert to simple past tense, change bite to bit, fight to fought & go to this
    $400 22
To escape Chiang Kai-shek's forces, he led his followers on a 6,000 mile "long march" in 1934-35
    $400 2
Lewis Carroll created the White Rabbit, & he created White Fang
    $600 16
An overwhelming majority of its population are members of the Han nationality
    $600 27
He told the lad who led him, "Suffer me that I may fall the pillars whereupon the house standeth"
    DD: $500 13
Composer of the following famous work: [instrumental music plays]
    $600 6
In the phrase "half-baked idea", "half-baked" is this part of speech
    $600 23
In November 1974 he became the first U.S. president to visit Japan while in office
    $600 3
In the title of Albert Payson Terhune's 1919 story, "Lad" was one of these
    $800 17
The term "Caucasian" is properly applied to people who live in the Caucasus of this country
    $800 28
Jesus told this apostle, "Before the cock crows twice, thou shalt deny me thrice"
    $800 19
He used the piccolo & trombone for the first time in his Fifth Symphony
    $800 9
It gives the gist of the paragraph & it doesn't necessarily come first
    $800 24
In 1967 & 1974 Greece & Turkey almost went to war over this country
    $800 7
Napoleon's rival in "Animal Farm", his name is the same as a wintertime projectile
    $1000 18
More familiar name of the San people, the hunters & gatherers of the Kalahari Desert
    $1000 29
Though dead for 4 days, this man of Bethany was brought back to life by Jesus
    $1000 20
He composed 6 concertos for orchestra & dedicated them to the Markgrave of Brandenburg
    DD: $1,700 10
To work correctly, a transitive verb needs one of these
    $1000 30
Following WWI, Namibia, formerly German Southwest Africa, was turned over to this country
    $1000 8
Among the characters in this Richard Adams work are Hazel, Fiver & Blackberry

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Scott Dionne
$6,600 $7,200 $2,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this Italian city comes from the Greek word for "new city"

Final scores:

Chris Scott Dionne
$0 $7,200 $100
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Scott Dionne
$9,200 $7,200 $3,400
18 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
20 R,
2 W
12 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,800

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Game tape date: 1990-01-06
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