Show #1035 - Friday, February 17, 1989

1989 Teen Tournament final game 2.


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Elena Whitley, a junior from Raleigh, North Carolina (subtotal of $7,800)

Stan Wu, a senior from Arlington, Virginia (subtotal of $9,900)

Eric Newhouse, a junior from Sioux City, Iowa (subtotal of $14,500)

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
The "acu" in acupuncture comes from the Latin for these instruments used in acupuncture
    $100 20
This national hamburger chain's patties are square, but the buns are still round
    $100 6
This president's 5-year-old son died in 1864 after falling from a porch in Richmond
    $100 19
Everyday temperature measurements in the metric system are made using this scale
    $100 30
If you have trouble doing this at night, Brooke suggests wearing a mask or listening to harp music
    $100 23
Something that produces an enjoyment level greater than primates in a keg is said to be this
    $200 3
A large tomb is called this because of the majestic one built for King Mausolus in the 4th cent. B.C.
    $200 18
The best-selling diet soda in the U.S. with about 11.5% of the soft drink market
    $200 7
This wild frontiersman's first & middle names were James Butler; where Bill came from isn't known
    $200 11
Speedometers on most cars in the U.S. can be read in either miles per hour or these
    $200 24
Brooke chills 2 spoons in ice water & holds them against these body parts when they look puffy
    $200 22
In a popular carol, line that follows "Jingle all the way!"
    $300 1
Originally made in Nimes, France, this fabric was called serges de Nimes
    $300 21
A, new variety of Hostess Twinkies now comes with this fruit mixed with the creme filling
    $300 8
In early New England, wearing the letter "A" was 1 punishment for this
    $300 14
The prefix meaning thousandfold is kilo-, & thousandth part this
    $300 25
She warns that this habit can turn your teeth brown & make your clothes closet stink
    DD: $1,500 17
Title of the following 1984 hit which made its singer a star: "I come home in the morning light / My mother..."
    $400 4
This rodent's name comes from Middle French for "spiny pig"
    $400 27
Ralston Purina's donut-shaped cereal sold in chocolate & glazed varieties is named for this donut chain
    $400 9
Samuel Sewall was the only judge at these colonial trials who later repented publicly
    $400 13
The meter was 1st defined a 1 ten-millionth of the distance between this point & the equator
    $400 26
According to Brooke, girls should always put this on their earlobes, as well as their faces
    $400 15
According to the commercial, the 2 things chewing Doublemint gum can do for you
    $500 5
From the Latinized form of his last name, a "Shavian" is a fan of this man
    $500 28
"E.T." created a sales boom for this candy
    $500 10
In 1848 Lucretia Mott & Elizabeth Cady Stanton held the 1st U.S. convention to promote this
    $500 12
A group of scientists in this country set up the metric system in the 1790s
    $500 29
Brooke massages a little baby oil into these instead of applying a base coat
    $500 16
Frivolously diverting activity, when you're grounded there's no more of this famous pair, Buster

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

Eric Stan Elena
$1,500 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Stan Elena
$5,400 $500 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: These are national parks all over the world, not just in America.)
    $200 29
This "tyrant lizard king" was the most feared meat-eater of its time
    $200 4
Number of gables in title house of a Nathaniel Hawthorne novel
    $200 16
This month has charm & is also an anagram of it
    $200 30
This type of surgery was named for the way Julius Caesar supposedly was born
    $200 11
The director of this 1988 Christmas film said he wanted the wires that lifted Carol Kane to be visible
    $200 1
Lake Windermere, this country's largest lake, is located in its Lake District National Park
    $400 28
The lovely triceratops had three of these on its face
    $400 5
In this novel, Holden Caulfield says Stradlater, his roommate, is a secret slob who shaves with a rusty razor
    $400 17
Beaver Cleaver's mom
    $400 25
This worm lives in beef muscle & can infest the human intestinal tract
    $400 12
Geena Davis & Alex Baldwin haunted their own house in this 1988 hit film
    $400 2
Ye gods! You'll find Olympus National Park in this country
    $600 27
Many of these flying reptiles had a wingspan about 5 times that of a bald eagle
    $600 6
Passepartout is the French valet who travels with Phileas Fogg in this Jules Verne novel
    $600 18
1 of 2 major religions whose calendars contain months of only 29 or 30 days
    $600 24
Gingivitis is an inflammation of this part of the body caused by poor nutrition or hygiene
    $600 13
Seen briefly in "Ghostbusters", this little green guy is featured in the TV cartoon series
    $600 3
Ibex goats range in the peaks of Schweizerische National Park in this country
    DD: $2,600 26
Dinosaurs lived during this era, the age of reptiles
    $800 7
New England state mentioned in the title of a Mark Twain novel, he also lived there
    $800 19
Pronounced one way it means majestic, pronounced this way, a month
    $800 22
This disease which can affect many muscles, not just those of the mouth, is also called lockjaw
    $800 14
Steven Spielberg co-wrote & co-produced this 1st of 3 films about the Freeling clan's ghost trouble
    $800 9
Pre-Columbian cliff & cave dwellings can be found in Mesa Verde National Park in this country
    $1000 23
All dinosaurs classed as sauropods had this number of toes on each foot, like modern lizards
    $1000 8
"Apocalypse Now" was based on this author's "Heart of Darkness"
    DD: $4,000 20
Total number of days in all the months whose names end in "ber"
    $1000 21
Overactivity in this gland found in the neck can cause hot flashes, weight loss & rapid heartbeat
    $1000 15
Her list of roles includes a mermaid, a cave woman & in 1988's "High Spirits", a ghost
    $1000 10
This country's Ujung-Kulon Nature Reserve is a refuge for the Javan tiger & Javan rhino

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Stan Elena
$13,600 $2,900 $5,300
(lock tournament)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 4 state capitals with "City" in their names

Final scores:

Eric Stan Elena
$13,600 $5,800 $5,600

Cumulative scores:

Eric Stan Elena
$28,100 $15,700 $13,400
Tournament champion: $28,100 1st runner-up: $15,700 2nd runner-up: $13,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Stan Elena
$10,600 $2,900 $9,300
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
9 R,
3 W
22 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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Game tape date: 1989-01-05
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