Suggest correction - #2187 - 1994-02-22

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    $100 11
The British Museum stands on the site of Montagu House, its original home, in this capital city

Show #2187 - Tuesday, February 22, 1994

1994 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.


E.J. Sieracki, a senior from Canton, Michigan

Matt Morris, a senior from Louisville, Kentucky

Gerry Tansey, a junior from Florissant, Missouri

Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This beautiful Egyptian queen was also known as Nefer-Neferu-Aton
    $100 22
This Ferengi runs the bar on the promenade
    $100 11
The British Museum stands on the site of Montagu House, its original home, in this capital city
    $100 6
What may be the first hominids, the Austral-opithecines, have been found only on this continent
    $100 26
Originally worn by sailors, these flared pants popular in the '60s have made a comeback in the '90s
    $100 16
It's the part of a movie ticket you keep as a receipt, or it can mean to strike your toe
    $200 2
Catherine Parr became his sixth wife in 1543 one year after his fifth wife was beheaded
    $200 23
The show is set in this century at the same time as "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
    $200 12
A blue sculpture of a hippo known as William is the unofficial mascot of this Fifth Avenue art museum
    $200 7
This class of animal evolved between fish & reptiles
    $200 27
Hailing from England & noted for their comfort, Doc Martens are these
    $200 17
It can mean of the mouth, or something spoken
    $300 3
The Spanish throne had been vacant for 44 years when he was proclaimed king in 1975
    $300 21
The station is located next to the first stable one of these quadrant-to-quadrant short-cuts ever known
    $300 13
Originally, this premier Spanish art museum was designed to be a natural science museum
    $300 8
Early examples of these found at Lascaux were done in 3 basic colors: yellow, black & red
    $300 28
In Ancient Rome, the draping of this garment was so complex that some men had special slaves to do it
    $300 18
It's what the R stands for in LASER & MASER
    $400 4
24-year-old Prince Constantijn is the youngest son of this country's Queen Beatrix
    $400 24
Rene Auberjonois plays this shape-shifting security officer
    $400 14
The "Stars and Stripes", the 1st research plane to fly over this continent, is in the Virginia Aviation Museum
    $400 9
It's the invention that divides prehistoric times from historic times
    $400 29
The traditional garb for graduation day is a gown & this large, square cap with a tassel
    $400 19
Equine means horselike, feline is catlike & this is wolflike
    $500 5
Russia's last empress, she was the wife of Czar Nicholas II
    $500 25
The symbiont in the body of this Terry Farrell character was previously in a man's body
    $500 15
Even the most jaded traveler should enjoy the Jade Museum in this capital of Costa Rica
    $500 10
These early Homo sapiens had brains larger than modern man's & were the first known to bury their dead
    $500 30
It's the brand of clothing whose logo shows a question mark in a down-pointing triangle
    DD: $1,000 20
From the Greek for "self-acting", it's another term for a robot

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

Gerry Matt E.J.
$2,800 $1,400 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Gerry Matt E.J.
$3,500 $1,100 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Tourist sites in this capital include Quincy Market & Faneuil Hall
    $200 8
This kind of sandwich requires just 1 slice of bread; you leave the top uncovered
    $200 24
The house where she supposedly stitched the first American flag still stands in Philadelphia
    $200 9
In mammals the thorax is divided from the abdomen by this muscular sheet of tissue
    $200 30
Model U.N. & Youth Government are 2 of the programs available at Ys, short for this organization
    $200 22
Act IV of this play opens in a cave where 3 witches are gathered around a boiling cauldron
    $400 5
Abraham Lincoln wrote his first inaugural speech at his law office in this state capital
    $400 6
Of gazpacho, minestrone or pepper pot, the one that's supposed to be chilled before serving
    $400 13
After defeating Napoleon at Waterloo, he said, "I hope to God that I have fought my last battle"
    $400 14
While most conifers are evergreens, the larch is this, dropping its leaves each year
    $400 29
It's the emblem of the 4-H Clubs
    $400 21
This Dane wants to go back to school in Wittenberg but his mother & stepfather talk him out of it
    $600 1
The name of this capital on the Kansas River is Siouan for "a good place to dig potatoes"
    $600 7
Used in salad dressing, the balsamic type of this liquid is made from sweet Trebbiano grapes
    $600 10
This author of "The Divine Comedy" is considered Italy's greatest poet
    $600 15
A nictitating membrane is a "third" one of these found in birds, reptiles & other creatures
    $600 23
This high school program trains students for commission in the U.S. military reserves
    $600 18
Title character who enthralled Desdemona with stories of "men whose heads do grow beneath their shoulders"
    $800 2
This capital was the western terminus of the First Transcontinental Railroad
    $800 26
To make a yummy low-fat sauce, cook 4 oz. of these bog berries in 1 cup of orange juice until they pop
    $800 11
In 1887 he set up the USA's first institution for training librarians
    DD: $1,500 16
A halophyte is a plant that tolerates a high level of this in the soil
    $800 25
Founded in 1919, it trains students in the free enterprise system
    $800 19
This title character buys the poison that eventually kills him in Mantua, not in Verona
    $1000 3
The Centers for Disease Control is headquartered in this southern capital
    $1000 27
Cajun cooks often fry or boil these freshwater crustaceans that some folks call mudbugs
    $1000 12
The work of this Polish astronomer touched off the Scientific Revolution
    $1000 17
When one of these infectious agents is mature it's called a virion
    DD: $800 28
In 1949 its Youth League led by Oliver Tambo & Nelson Mandela gained control of the organization
    $1000 20
Villainous king who admits, "Alas, I rather hate myself for hateful deeds committed by myself"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Gerry Matt E.J.
$9,400 $6,500 $5,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

An 1863 poem by this man includes the line "On the eighteenth of April, in Seventy-five"

Final scores:

Gerry Matt E.J.
$5,799 $10,401 $8,200
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Gerry Matt E.J.
$8,900 $7,500 $5,200
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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