Show #3033 - Wednesday, November 5, 1997

1997-B Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Evan Johnson, a senior from Chevy Chase, Maryland

Deon Lackey, a senior from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Sahir Islam, a senior from Somers, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
FLOWER POWER
CITIES OF THE BIBLE
SODA POP QUIZ
BALL GAMES
PASSING "NOTE"s
    $100 10
He's on the front of the penny & his memorial is on the back
    $100 19
Its name is derived from "day's eye"; like an eye, its blossoms close at night & open by day
    $100 5
After David captured this city's fortress, it was called the City of David
    $100 27
This ubiquitous soft drink removed its cocaine by 1905 but kept the caffeine
    $100 1
A slow- or fast-pitch 7-inning game, or a question as easy as this one
    $100 24
From the Latin for "buying back", it's the type of note kidnappers are known for writing
    $200 11
He was married to an Academy Award winner
    $200 16
A craze for this flower developed in Holland in 1634 with single bulbs fetching high prices
    $200 4
This city already had a bad reputation when Lot decided to settle there
    $200 26
Like root beer, this "ale" is flavored with a root, mostly from Jamaica
    $200 30
In the billiards game named for this black object, you must sink it last
    $200 29
Reading these study aids with the yellow & black covers is no substitute for reading the text
    $300 2
Among his nicknames were "Gloomy Gus" & "Tricky Dick"
    $300 22
This popular Christmas flower comes in several different colors, but the red variety is in greatest demand
    $300 6
After Joshua & the Israelites crossed the Jordan, this city locked its gates
    $300 17
This gas produced by fermentation gives soda its pop
    $300 20
The object of this game is to completely coil a cord around a post
    $300 28
It's slang for the $100 bill, from the Roman numeral that once appeared on it
    $400 3
He won the popular vote in 1960 by just 113,057 votes
    $400 21
A species of this beautiful tropical flower is classified as vanilla planifolia
    $400 7
As a captive in this city, Daniel was known by the name Belteshazzar
    $400 18
This 19th c. physician of Rural Retreat, Va. was immortalized in the name of a soft drink
    $400 15
In this sport all plays start with the ball between or on the hash marks
    $400 12
Used for taking notes in class, they may be filled with wide-ruled or college-ruled paper
    $500 9
On Jan. 20, 1993 he became a former president
    $500 23
Swedish botanist Anders Dahl introduced this flower into Europe
    $500 8
Elijah anoited Hazael king of Syria in the wilderness outside this capital
    $500 14
Pharmaceutical company G.D. Searle developed the soda sweetener Aspartame, marketed as this
    DD: $700 13
Game seen here:
    $500 25
On a musical score, this type of note has no stem

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Sahir Deon Evan
$1,100 $1,300 $2,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Deon Evan
$2,700 $2,800 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

ISLANDS
PARTY GEOMETRY
SHOWBIZ FAMILIES
STUFF
AMERICAN LIT
"END" AT THE BEGINNING
    $200 24
The island of Honshu is considered this country's "mainland"
    $200 14
It's a figure defined by a closed plane curve & a vertex, or what you can fill with a scoop of ice cream
    $200 29
Damon,
Keenan,
Marlon,
Shawn
    $200 1
Congress defends & amends this document
    $200 2
Number of poems Emily Dickinson gave permission to publish during her lifetime
    $200 18
Unfortunately, leopards, Asian elephants & gray whales are on this animal list
    $400 23
About 80% of this Mediterranean island's 700,000 people speak Greek; about 18% speak Turkish
    $400 19
In the game room, the flight paths of well-thrown darts form these parts of circles
    $400 30
Beau,
Jeff,
Lloyd
    $400 28
His resume includes trumpeter, book deliverer, archangel & announcer
    $400 27
Of Hawkeye, Hot Lips or Klinger, the one in "Last of the Mohicans"
    $400 26
A long, hard race, like a marathon, is meant to test this in an athlete
    DD: $5,000 16
Since 1949 this island has been the seat of the Republic of China
    $600 13
Jill & her boyfriend form these 2 coplanar lines & Jill's dad is relieved they have no point in common
    $600 25
John,
David,
Keith,
Robert
    $600 22
One of the 3 Greek letters whose names don't end in a vowel
    $600 11
"North of Boston" & "New Hampshire" are books of poetry by this man
    $600 7
Honey, sweetheart & sugar are terms of this
    $800 3
In 1778 Capt. James Cook surveyed the eastern part of this Alaskan island chain
    DD: $3,000 5
2/3 pi r cubed will give us this measure for our hemispherical punch bowl
    $800 8
Lionel,
Ethel,
John,
Drew
    $800 20
9-year-old Jamie Lynn Bence is famous for doing this in about 20 Major League ball parks
    $800 15
This Shirley Jackson short story about a stoning is subtitled "The Adventures of James Harris"
    $800 17
Give a grant of money to support an institution
    $1000 9
The Biminis, the westernmost group in this island nation, lie about 60 miles east of Miami
    $1000 4
2 angles with a common vertex & a common side, or the position of the house next door that called the cops
    $1000 21
Edwin,
Junius,
John Wilkes
    $1000 12
In 1997 French Polynesia celebrated the 50th anniversary of this Thor Heyerdahl raft
    $1000 6
The Rachel picked up Ishmael, the lone survivor of this other whaling ship
    $1000 10
The thyroid is one of these glands

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Deon Evan
$11,300 $4,000 $14,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC NAMES
In 1935, at the request of President Manuel Quezon, he was appointed military advisor to the Philippines

Final scores:

Sahir Deon Evan
$12,000 $1,500 $6,399
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Sahir Deon Evan
$9,100 $4,000 $9,900
19 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
13 R,
2 W
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,000

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