Show #1736 - Monday, March 2, 1992

1992 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.


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Dylan Fulmer, a senior from Alpharetta, Georgia

Cori Van Noy, a sophomore from San Diego, California

Becky Slitt, a junior from West Hartford, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
In 1922 this Egyptian boy king's burial chamber was opened for the 1st time in over 30 centuries
    $100 2
Of Snow White, Sleeping Beauty or Cinderella, the heavy metal group
    $100 7
A manicurist puts this over your base coat & under your top coat
    $100 22
He was president when the national debt hit $1 trillion & $2 trillion
    $100 16
The Italian equivalent of this person is befana; the German, Kris Kringle
    $100 21
Murphy & spud both refer to this vegetable
    $200 9
This Florentine's earliest surviving sculpture is a relief done when he was about 16
    $200 3
Her greatest hits album is titled "The Immaculate Collection"
    $200 8
Despite its name, this product doesn't have to be chilly or come from a cow
    $200 27
This stock market indicator is abbreviated DJIA
    $200 17
3-letter slang equivalent in baseball of football's "ref"
    $200 23
The beverage is called OJ
    $300 10
In 1824 at only 15 years of age, he devised a 6-dot system of writing for the blind
    $300 4
In 1991 he hit the charts with a remake of Percy Sledge's "When A Man Loves A Woman"
    $300 12
Jaclyn Smith makes one of these out of mashed avocados & puts it on her face during her bath
    $300 28
This is the amount by which a firm's total revenue exceeds its total cost
    $300 18
Peter Minuit is said to have traded the equivalent of this dollar value in goods for Manhattan
    $300 24
"Underwater" term for a hero, hoagie or wedge
    $400 14
At age 16 this Macedonian served as regent during Philip II's absence in Byzantium
    $400 5
Number of Maniacs in the name of the group
    $400 11
If your skin is too reddish, a color corrector in this verdant color will tone it down
    DD: $600 29
The 7 governors of this U.S. central banking system are appointed for 14-year terms
    $400 19
In Muslim countries this organization is the Red Crescent
    $400 25
Fried, ring-shaped cakes known as sinkers or dunkers
    $500 15
In 1863 at age 16 this future inventor became a telegrapher at Stratford Junction, Canada
    $500 6
Doors biographer Danny Sugarman's new book "Appetite for Destruction" is about this group
    $500 13
This adjective seen on labels means a product is designed to minimize the possibility of an allergic reaction
    $500 30
October 19, 1987, when the market went down over 508 points, was called this "Black" day
    $500 20
In Roman mythology he's the equivalent of the Greek Zeus
    $500 26
Weenie, slang for a hot dog, is derived from the name of this city

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

Becky Cori Dylan
$700 $2,700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Cori Dylan
$2,700 $4,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
A dark band within the rings of this planet is known as the Encke division, sometimes called the Encke doodle
    $200 7
In "Under Fire" this retired lieutenant colonel gives his side of the Iran-Contra dealings
    $200 26
"Land of Fjords"
    $200 1
Time magazine said a guard at this London palace broke down in '59 & kicked a tourist, becoming a media hero
    $200 25
In addition to her 1852 antislavery story, she also wrote about New England rural life
    $200 14
The saying "The show must" do this originated in the circus, not in the theatre
    $400 9
A millionth of a second after this event, the universe was over a million million degrees Kelvin
    $400 8
1973's "Winner Lose All" supported Frederick Cook's claim of reaching this before Robert Peary
    $400 29
"Land of the Maple Leaf"
    $400 2
This "lingual" meat can be pickled or served with raisin sauce
    $400 24
Ex-slave Frederic Douglass home was a "stop" on this
    $400 16
For hundreds of years, parents have known that "Little pitchers have" these
    $600 10
In 1930 Bernhard Schmidt made the first effective telescope that combined lenses & these
    $600 11
"Angel of the Battlefield" by Ishbel Ross is a biography of this American Red Cross founder
    $600 30
    $600 3
The Villa of the Mysteries, known for its wall paintings, was buried as a result of this ancient disaster
    $600 23
He viewed a solar eclipse as a for action & began a slave revolt August 21, 1831
    $600 17
To amuse someone is to do this to "his fancy"
    $800 15
Naomasa Nakai, a Japanese astronomer, says it's cigar-shaped, not spiral as widely thought
    DD: $1,400 12
In 1958 this former British P.M. completed a four-volume "History of the English-Speaking Peoples"
    $800 28
"John Bull"
    $800 4
From the Latin meaning "to look", it's a visible disembodied spirit
    $800 22
His New York Tribune fought against liquor, monopolies, tobacco & slavery
    $800 18
In 447 B.C. Polycrates found a treasure after the Delphi oracle told him to "leave no stone" this
    $1000 20
In 1991 Gaspra, the 1st asteroid photographed close up, smiled for this probe's cameras
    $1000 13
Nonfiction works by this sci-fi author include a "Guide to Shakespeare" & "The History of Physics"
    DD: $2,100 27
"Queen of the Antilles"
    $1000 5
This Balkan country's 1st university, the State Univ. or Tirane, was founded in 1957
    $1000 21
On January 1, 1831 he published the first issue of The Liberator & put it out weekly through 1865
    $1000 19
To take money for one purpose & use it for another is to "Rob Peter to" do this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Becky Cori Dylan
$2,800 $11,600 $6,300

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's 1 of only 2 mammals with a beak

Final scores:

Becky Cori Dylan
$5,600 $12,601 $12,600
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Becky Cori Dylan
$4,900 $10,800 $6,300
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1992-01-04
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