Show #3040 - Friday, November 14, 1997

1997-B Teen Tournament final game 2.
From DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.

Contestants

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Enos Williams, a junior from Beaumont, Texas (subtotal of $11,000)

Kristen Stuckey, a senior from Richardson, Texas (subtotal of $1,000)

Sahir Islam, a senior from Somers, New York (subtotal of $16,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

"JERK"s
WOMEN IN HISTORY
OUT THERE SPORTS
PEOPLE EAT THAT?
TONGUE TWISTERS
BRAIN FREEZE!
(Alex: What I experience from time to time!)
    $100 11
A 5-Kleenex film
    $100 10
Her maiden name was Indira Priyadarshini Nehru
    $100 1
At the 1996 Olympics, Italy won 2 gold & 2 silver medals in these boats originated by Eskimos
    $100 30
This snake-like fish can often be found in sushi
    $100 26
It's what she does down by the sea shore
    $100 21
The number of words in this clue
    $200 18
A person behind the counter who prepared ice cream treats for your grandmother
    $200 9
In 1613, when she was visiting the Potomac Indians, she was captured by the English & taken to Jamestown
    $200 2
Don't try this at home, or at all--base jumping is done off high bridges, antennas & buildings, using these
    $200 29
The cheeks of this animal can be smoked, as its belly is smoked for bacon
    $200 25
Completes the tongue twister "Fuzzy Wuzzy was a bear; Fuzzy Wuzzy had no hair; Fuzzy Wuzzy..."
    $200 20
The value of pi to 2 decimal places
    $300 14
Rhyming name for dried pieces of poultry cut into strips
    $300 8
This Hull House founder was valedictorian of Rockford Seminary's class of 1881
    $300 4
Like its land counterpart, this sport has a slalom event, which involves weaving between buoys
    $300 28
Mold gives this type of colorful cheese, like Roquefort, its flavor
    $300 24
It's what the baby buggy bumper is made out of
    $300 19
According to Exodus, it's the sixth commandment; somebody should have told Cain
    $400 13
It's an unthinking reaction, like when the doctor hits you with a mallet
    DD: $500 7
Famous 15th century heroine depicted in the statue seen here:
    $400 5
Lisa Andersen, winner of the 1997 U.S. Open at Huntington Beach, Calif., is perhaps the top woman in this sport
    $400 27
McDonald's introduced this "grown-up" hamburger in 1996
    $400 23
In "Singin' in the Rain", Donald O'Connor tells us that Moses erroneously supposes his toeses are these
    $400 16
Alphabetically, he's Snow White's first dwarf
    $500 12
John G. Brennan & Kamal Ahmed, "Two Low-Lifes From Queens", are better known as this crank-calling duo
    $500 3
Born a slave around 1797, she became famous as a preacher, abolitionist & women's rights activist
    $500 6
Street luge & aggressive in-line skating are part of these games seen annually on ESPN
    $500 22
Tripe is the lining of this digestive organ of cattle
    $500 17
Betty Botter bought some of this, but was worried it would make her batter bitter
    $500 15
The second U.S. president to serve only one term

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Sahir Kristen Enos
$900 $800 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$2,300 $1,700 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THAT COUNTRY
FAMILIAR PHRASES
HISTORIC HEARTTHROBS
TEENS ON FILM
THE BODY HUMAN
B SILENT
    $200 10
Cooked sheep's head is eaten there; it gets really cold; Reykjavik is the capital
    $200 28
Hopefully, you don't have one of these that "would stop a clock"
    $200 30
A dance called the Lindy Hop was associated with this aviation hero of the 1920s
    $200 5
In this comedy named for a holiday, Charlie Hofheimer is the son of Robin Williams... or Billy Crystal
    $200 17
One of these can travel at more than 100 miles per hour; Gesundheit!
    $200 18
Mary had a little one
    $400 9
It produces a lot of steel; it's only 998 square miles in area; it's the "lux" of the Benelux countries
    $400 27
To shelve a project for a while is to "put it" on this part of the stove
    $400 29
This late actor, who played American heroes like Mr. Smith, piloted bombers during WWII
    $400 4
Actor who's smitten with older women Laura Dern in "Rambling Rose" & Winona Ryder in "Boys"
    $400 16
Also called cuspids, these teeth flank the incisors, sort of like guard dogs
    $400 22
A klutz or bungler is said to be "all" these
    $600 8
It's in north Africa; it's hot & dry in the summer; its largest city is Tunis
    $600 26
If you're grouchy now it may be because you "got up on" this in the morning
    DD: $1,700 23
Musical instrument in common to the heartthrobs seen here:

[Harry Connick, Jr. & Franz Liszt]
    DD: $2,000 3
Title of a 1996 film about unusual teenage girls, seen here:
    $600 15
This hollow chamber of the upper end of the trachea contains the vocal cords
    $600 21
He'll fix your pipes or stop a news leak
    $800 7
Soccer is really popular there; almost everyone speaks Spanish; the capital building is in Caracas
    $800 25
"All is fair in" these 2 things
    $800 14
Pop band Ugly Kid Joe took its name in contrast to a band named for this 1930s gangster
    $800 2
Matthew Broderick eludes principal Jeffrey Jones to play hooky in this 1986 opus
    $800 12
Though it has no known function, this vermiform projection may become inflamed & even burst
    $800 20
In a Tennessee cemetery, one of these is inscribed, "He was a simple man who died of complications"
    $1000 6
Sisal is grown there; its monetary unit is called a gourde; voodoo is really big there
    $1000 24
"When all else fails, read" these
    $1000 13
This lord's 1812 poem "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" made him a star in London at age 24
    $1000 1
In a 1993 film, these title "kids" try to keep jazz alive in Nazi Germany
    $1000 11
The body's temperature is controlled by this small structure at the base of the brain
    $1000 19
It's a small elevator used to move items between floors of an apartment building

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$4,900 $10,200 $7,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS
The U.S. stamp for this December holiday used the work of "Waiting to Exhale" cover artist Synthia Saint James

Final scores:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$9,800 $13,400 $9,800

Cumulative scores:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$26,300 $14,400 $20,800
Tournament champion: $26,300 2nd runner-up: $14,400 1st runner-up: $20,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Sahir Kristen Enos
$6,900 $9,100 $7,700
20 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,700

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