Show #2710 - Friday, May 17, 1996

1996 Teen Tournament final game 2.

Contestants

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Joe Gurski, a junior from Roselle, New Jersey (subtotal of $0)

Amanda Goad, a junior from Richmond, Virginia (subtotal of $11,000)

Derek Bridges, a junior from Greensburg, Pennsylvania (subtotal of $14,600)

Jeopardy! Round

THE FAR EAST
SOFT DRINKS
ODD WORDS
ETIQUETTE
1896
LAST NAME'S THE SAME
    $100 14
Popular types of these in Malaysia include rambutans, chikus, durians & guavas
    $100 7
A Terre Haute, Indiana glass company designed this soda's classic bottle in 1916
    $100 6
When a bird nidifies, it builds this
    $100 12
It is always appropriate to write one of these to a person who gave you a birthday gift
    $100 1
In 1896 this candy-coated popcorn & peanut mixture got it's name
    $100 26
Sam,
Thelma,
Whitney
    $200 15
China is adamant it will dismantle the government of this British dependency when it takes over in 1997
    $200 19
This convenience store chain's Double Gulp contains 1/2 gallon of soda
    $200 8
Sternutation is the act of, or noise produced by, doing this; God bless you!
    $200 13
Obituaries often state that a contribution may be made to a charity "in lieu of" these
    $200 2
Prudential Insurance began using this landmark rock in its ads
    $200 27
Oral,
Julia,
Cokie
    $300 16
Vietnam is now the world's third-largest exporter of this food staple
    $300 21
This company introduced its Quik drink mix in 1948
    $300 9
A tuft of hair that won't stay flat is referred to by this bovine term
    $300 20
If you see an adult wearing a bib in a restaurant, he's probably eating this large crustacean
    DD: $500 3
On Aug. 17, 1896 gold was found in Bonanza Creek, a tributary of the Klondike in this present territory
    $300 28
Debbie,
Charles,
Mel
    $400 17
Chinese for "gate of heavenly peace", it stands in Beijing in a large square of the same name
    $400 22
This soft drink invented by Charles Hires was flavored with sarsaparilla, wintergreen & sassafras
    $400 10
A gnomon is the pin or plate that casts a shadow on one of these devices
    $400 24
In a wedding party, it's the male equivalent of the maid of honor
    $400 4
U.S. triple jumper James Connolly wong the first Olympic gold medal at the games in this city
    $400 30
Julianne,
Chynna,
Lou Diamond
    $500 18
Until 1975 Louangphrabang was its royal capital & Vientiane its administrative capital
    $500 23
A southern treat, clabber is this liquid when it's thickened & soured naturally
    $500 11
Term for a flock of geese or a coil of yarn as sold in stores
    $500 25
At a formal dinner, this should hang down about 18 inches; it should not reach the floor
    $500 5
England's first autos were built in this city famous for Lady Godiva's ride
    $500 29
Ian,
Peggy,
Sir Alexander

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

Derek Amanda Joe
$1,300 $1,000 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Derek Amanda Joe
$2,300 $5,200 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC QUOTATIONS
COMPOSERS
WOMEN IN SPORTS
CIVIL WAR GENERALS
MATH PROBLEMS
POTPOURRI
    $200 6
In 1968 this Massachusetts senator said, "Like my brothers before me, I pick up a fallen standard"
    $200 23
This composer's "Oh! Susanna" was a favorite of the gold-seeking forty-niners
    $200 11
Austria's Annemarie Moser-Proll won a record 36 World Cup downhill events in this sport
    $200 1
Barnard E. Bee was credited with giving this fellow general the nickname "Stonewall"
    $200 22
If Gobstoppers cost a dime a dozen, a gross will cost you this much
    $200 26
In 1982 studies warned that this Thai capital could sink below sea level by the end of the century
    $400 7
In 1940 this French general broadcast "France has lost a battle, but France has not lost the war"
    $400 14
He helped raise money for a London hospital by giving performances of his "Messiah"
    $400 12
This U.S.-Czech star's 56 Grand Slam tennis titles are second only to Margaret Court's 62
    $400 2
On completing his "March to the Sea", he led one through the Carolinas
    $400 25
If you drink 2 pints of milk a day, it would take you this many days to drink a gallon
    $400 27
If you aspire to be the new Leslie Stahl, you may want to earn a B.S.J., a bachelor of science in this field
    $600 8
After the bombing of Hiroshima, this emperor said, "We have resolved to endure the unendurable"
    $600 15
His Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, Opus 27, No. 2 is better known as the "Moonlight Sonata"
    $600 13
Midori Ito was the first woman to perform a triple axel in international competition in this sport
    DD: $2,300 3
P.G.T. Beauregard was made a full general after his victory in the first Battle of this
    $600 24
3/5 of a 30 slice loaf of bread would have this many slices
    $600 28
The MSH hormone makes your skin produce more of this pigment in response to sunlight
    $800 9
In "The Prince" he wrote, "It is far safer to be feared than loved"
    $800 16
He composed "The Magic Flute" to help out a friend who managed a theatre
    $800 20
This American speed skater was the 1989 World Sprint Champion
    $800 4
The Confederacy lost its 2nd-ranking general when Albert S. Johnston was killed at Shiloh in this state
    $800 19
If a bus with 40 students makes 3 stops & half the kids get off at each stop, this many are left on the bus
    $800 29
The name EPCOT is an acronym for Experimental Prototype Community of this
    $1000 10
King Henry II was referring to him when he said, "Who will free me of this turbulent priest?"
    $1000 17
This Norwegian composer of the "Peer Gynt" suites was nicknamed "The Chopin of the North"
    $1000 21
In 1993 this gymnast won both the national & world titles in all-around, uneven bars & floor exercise
    $1000 5
The first general to command the Army of the Potomac, he was replaced by Ambrose Burnside in 1862
    DD: $4,300 18
The length of the hypotenuse of a right triangle whose other 2 sides are 6 inches & 8 inches
    $1000 30
This U.S. showman known for his hoaxes lived in a wildly ostentatious mansion called Iranistan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Derek Amanda Joe
$8,600 $10,200 $12,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NOVELS
Published in 1605, the first part of this novel was dedicated to the Duque de Bejar, Marques de Gibraleon...

Tiebreaker Round

1995
A November 1995 Bosnia peace accord is named for this U.S. city

Final scores:

Derek Amanda Joe
$16,600 $20,200 $24,800

Cumulative scores:

Derek Amanda Joe
$31,200 $31,200 $24,800
1st runner-up: $10,000 minimum Tournament champion: $25,000 2nd runner-up: $7,500 minimum

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Derek Amanda Joe
$5,100 $10,200 $10,700
12 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
27 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $26,000

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