Show #3268 - Wednesday, November 18, 1998

1998 Teen Reunion Tournament preliminary game 3.
From the Wang Center for the Performing Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.


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Julie Robichaux, a web producer from New York City, New York

Eric Newhouse, a public policy coordinator from Sioux City, Iowa

Stefanie Wulfestieg, an MBA candidate from London, England

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
Managerial accounting is a core course at Penn's Wharton, the USA's first of these schools
    $100 2
You could say Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the world's most "alien"ated teen on this series
    $100 3
The "lamento" type of this operatic solo is a feature of early Italian operas
    $100 7
In 1894 Boston boardinghouse proprietor Susan Stavers came up with this classic tapioca dessert
    $100 22
Before it was an Allen Funt TV show, it meant an unposed style of photography
    $200 18
In 1997 these paper-grading grad students struck the UC system for bargaining rights
    $200 4
We watched him grow into a teen on "The Wonder Years" & he's still "Working" today
    $200 23
This cellist is the son of a composer from Shanghai & a mezzo-soprano from Hong Kong
    $200 8
Unprocessed tapioca is this type of substance, related to the type that stiffens shirts
    $200 15
A device for making baked treats in specific shapes, or anything formulaic & unoriginal
    $300 19
Appropriately, you take this form of spoken exam to complete the Mayo Clinic's orthodontics residency program
    $300 5
It's the name of the witch played by the young lady seen here
    $300 24
An 1829 visit to Holyrood Palace in this city inspired Mendelssohn's "Scottish Symphony"
    $300 9
As a stabilizer, tapioca can prevent the dreaded fall of this French-named dessert
    $300 14
Fictional character seen here illustrated by his creator
    $400 27
Given to the city in 1742, this famous landmark burned in 1761, was rebuilt in 1763 & was enlarged in 1805
    DD: $2,000 20
This term from Latin for "seed" refers to a small group of students discussing an often arcane topic
    $400 6
Benjamin Salisbury, seen here, shines as Brighton Sheffield on this sitcom
    $400 25
This American pianist was in his 20s when he won the Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow in 1958
    $400 10
Kraft's tapioca, as well as its rice, has this "timely" brand name
    $400 13
Gymnasts run & somersault on this 4-inch wide apparatus
    $500 16
At the end of the Freedom Trail a granite monument on Breed's Hill marks the site of this important battle
    $500 21
The condition called "ABD" stands for "All But" this imposing piece of work
    $500 17
Alicia Witt was a teen contestant on "Wheel of Fortune" before she played Zoe on this sitcom
    $500 26
Composer who wrote the famous Hungarian Rhapsody No. 15, "The Rakoczy March", heard here
    $500 11
These tapioca-producing parts of the cassava plant can weigh over 20 pounds
    $500 12
This "bouncy" old expletive includes the name of a Biblical king of Judah

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

Stefanie Eric Julie
$300 $2,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stefanie Eric Julie
$1,000 $4,500 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We'll give you the anagram, you have to give me the first and last name of the president.)
    $200 21
Hundreds of islands make up about 20% of this European nation
    $200 1
In this 1984 film classic, city boy Kevin Bacon moved to a small town that had outlawed dancing
    $200 6
    $400 22
The neighbors of this country include Saudi Arabia & oh-oh, Iraq
    $400 27
This "Disco Queen" had us all dancing in the '70s with "I Love You", "I Feel Love" & "Love To Love You Baby"
    $400 2
On Aug. 1, 1981 MTV aired its first video, this one by The Buggles
    $400 11
Almost 10% of the U.S. population in 1996 was foreign born, with the greatest number, 6.7 million, from this country
    $400 26
In 1934 & 1935 history's longest march covered 6,000 miles, 18 mountain ranges & 24 rivers, in this country
    $400 7
    $600 23
Carlos Roberto Flores is the current president of this Central American nation
    $600 19
This West Point washout & author of "The Raven" was born in Boston in 1809
    $600 3
This singer was on his best behavior with the song heard here
    $600 12
If the mass of Earth equals 1, this planet's mass is about .8, almost the same
    $600 20
After months of assault, the valiant fighters of this Russian city smashed the Nazi Sixth Army in 1943
    $600 8
    $800 24
This country is named after a Genoese explorer
    DD: $4,000 18
Born in Boston in 1931, she was the first female to co-anchor a regular nightly network newscast
    $800 4
In a 1988 debate, he told Dan Quayle, "Senator, you're no Jack Kennedy"
    $800 13
The first one of these was in 1941: it lasted 10 seconds & cost Bulova $9
    DD: $5,000 16
(Hi, I'm astronaut Wendy Lawrence aboard the Space Shuttle Discovery. Many space shuttle missions have taken U.S. astronauts to the orbiting Russian space station Mir.) This woman who spent six months on Mir in 1996 holds the U.S. astronaut record for consecutive days in space
    $800 9
    $1000 25
This north African country has been part of the Ottoman & Carthaginian Empires
    $1000 17
A onetime Unitarian pastor, he transcended with works like "Self-Reliance" & "The American Scholar"
    $1000 5
He's the artist who created the work seen here
    $1000 14
In 1997 the U.S. imported the greatest amount of oil from this country, the closest OPEC member to us
    $1000 15
In 1926 she swam the English Channel in 14 1/2 hours, breaking the men's record by 2 hours
    $1000 10

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stefanie Eric Julie
$1,800 $6,100 $2,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Think about stuff you've read.)
With the same initials as the author, Harry Haller is the loner protagonist of this 1927 German novel

Final scores:

Stefanie Eric Julie
$201 $12,200 $0
2nd place: $5,000 Winner: finalist, if one of 3 top-scoring winners; $7,500 for 4th place 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stefanie Eric Julie
$1,800 $13,500 $2,100
7 R,
1 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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Game tape date: 1998-09-19
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