Show #1957 - Tuesday, February 23, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.


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Mit Robertson, a senior from Tupelo, Mississippi

Carrie Pruett, a senior from Goochland, Virginia

Suj Vijayan, a senior from Laurel, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1970s
    $100 10
Exploration of Idaho's territory began in 1805 with the expedition oi this duo
    $100 3
Originally, this series was to be titled "Class of Beverly Hills"
    $100 19
Most collections of "The Arabian Nights" include the tale of this "sailor"
    $100 17
If you have an oval face, start applying this cosmetic at the most prominent part of your cheekbones
    $100 11
In 1975 this daughter of a grocer became the first woman leader of Britain's Conservative Party
    $100 16
This citrus fruit was named for Tangier, Morocco
    $200 9
This London royal palace stands on the site of a mulberry garden
    $200 4
In the 1st episode of this series, Marine J.D. MacGillis proposed to reporter Polly Cooper
    $200 20
The word odyssey, meaning a long, adventurous voyage, comes from the name of this sailor
    $200 27
Brooke Shields says you can brush baby powder into this if it goes limp
    $200 12
After 37 years of rule this Iranian leader fled his nation for a "vacation" on January 16, 1979
    $200 18
Jane, who was probably proud of her "Pride and Prejudice", answered to this last name
    $300 8
Average annual rainfall in this country ranges from about 28 inches in N. Galilee to 1 inch in the Negev
    $300 5
This series featured Stephen Baldwin as Buffalo Bill & Josh Brolin as Wild Bill Hickok
    $300 21
In 1947 he sailed the Kon-Tiki from Peru to the Tuamotu Islands in the South Pacific
    $300 28
If you want to look glamorous, shade the creases of these with a dark shadow
    $300 13
On May 4, 1970 national guardsmen fired into a crowd at this Ohio university, killing 2 men & 2 women
    $300 24
As a rule, encyclopedia articles on this kind of "procedure" mention Robert's Rules of Order
    $400 2
This river has been called "The Mississippi of Russia"
    $400 6
Cheech Marin plays a temperamental chef at a Miami Beach hotel in this series
    $400 22
This Atlanta media mogul is famous for riding the waves as well as the airwaves
    $400 29
The Humane Society of the United States prints a directory of cosmetics that are not tested on these
    $400 14
Richard Nixon was reelected in 1972, losing only D.C. & Massachusetts to this S. Dakota senator
    $400 25
Art lovers still go gaga over this 19th century guy's paintings of Tahiti
    $500 1
This seaport on Puget Sound 30 miles south of Seattle was incorporated as a city in 1884
    $500 7
Since 1984 Barbara Walters has been a co-host of this newsmagazine show
    DD: $700 23
In 1841 this American author signed on as a seaman aboard the whaler Acushnet
    $500 30
Ridge-filler covers slight irregularities in these; apply it before your base coast
    $500 15
On Jan. 25, 1971 this Ugandan major general toppled his country's government & became dictator
    $500 26
These horseback riding breeches make your hips look huge but are very tight from the knee to the ankle

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

Suj Carrie Mit
-$200 $1,800 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Suj Carrie Mit
$300 $2,600 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The emblem painted on a knight's shield was called his coat of these
    $200 30
Legend says this national anthem was first sung in 1814 in front of a tavern in Baltimore
    $200 16
It's the signature on the back of a check
    $200 19
To breathe, fish take water in through the mouth & pass it through these, which absorb the oxygen
    $200 1
This body has 15 members, 5 of which are permanent
    $200 11
In a tale by Aesop, a mouse talks this animal out of eating him; later the mouse saves him
    $400 7
The years 1347 to 1350 may have been the "darkest" days of this disease that devastated Europe
    $400 29
"Young Folks At Home" was a 19th century parody of this Stephen Foster song
    $400 17
The opposite of bear, this person expects stock or commodity prices to rise
    $400 23
Robert Hooke gave this term to the compartments in plant & animal tissue he saw under his microscope
    $400 2
The World Bank is headquartered in this U.S. city, not in New York City
    $400 12
Bagheera is the black panther who watches over this boy in "The Jungle Book"
    $600 8
Knights & their lords enjoyed playing this board game which still features knights today
    $600 26
Cowboys who sing "Red River Valley" sound a bit French when they say, "Do not hasten to bid me" this
    $600 18
This division of the Treasury Department is responsible for collecting excise as well as income taxes
    $600 24
Recombinant DNA technology is the manipulation of these
    $600 3
To keep peace between Greeks & Turks, U.N. forces have been on this island since 1964
    $600 13
By the end of Dickens' novel about Little Nell, this title shop has been torn down
    $800 9
When he became Duke of Normandy in 1035, he wasn't a conqueror yet; he was only 8
    $800 27
The duo who wrote, "I'm called little buttercup, dear little buttercup though I could never tell why"
    $800 20
This sustained rise in the level of prices in the economy can be "creeping" or "hyper"
    $800 21
Common name of the non-mobile aquatic animals scientifically called Porifera, or "having pores"
    $800 4
The U.N.'s European headquarters in Geneva is in the palace of this U.N predecessor
    $800 14
In a Hawthorne novel, Arthur dimmesdale reveals that he bears this title insignia on his chest, too
    $1000 10
Born around 742, this great king of the Franks had fair hair, a thick neck & a pot belly
    DD: $500 28
Walter Kittredge wrote the song heard here during this war; he tried to enlist but was turned down: "Tenting tonight, tenting tonight, / Tenting on the old camp ground"
    $1000 22
GATT, a multinational institution set up in 1947, is the "General Agreement on Tariffs" & this
    $1000 25
The diploid number of chromosomes in man
    DD: $1,000 5
This Egyptian is the first secretary-general from Africa
    $1000 15
To help you understand it, there's now "A Reader's Companion" to his "A Brief History of Time"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Suj Carrie Mit
$3,900 $5,800 $12,000
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 9 tried for this 1770 event, 7 were acquitted & 2 charged with manslaughter, branded & let go

Final scores:

Suj Carrie Mit
$7,800 $11,600 $12,000
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Suj Carrie Mit
$3,900 $5,800 $12,300
13 R,
5 W
17 R,
0 W
25 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,000

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Game tape date: 1993-01-05
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