Show #3340 - Friday, February 26, 1999

1999-A Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Nate Budde, a senior from Brush Prairie, Washington

Kitty Roberts, a junior from Columbia, South Carolina

Jeff Cary, a senior from Leavenworth, Kansas

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Jeopardy! Round

LIFE AFTER APPOMATTOX
DISNEY FILM VOICES
OF BIBLICAL PROPORTIONS
MISS MANNERS
MUSIC CLASS
ABBREVIATIONS
    $100 1
No longer Confederate raiders, he & his brother Frank began robbing banks out west
    $100 7
Lea Salonga, Broadway's "Miss Saigon", provided the singing voice of Jasmine for this 1992 film
    $100 12
On a ship to Italy, Paul found himself in deep water, about 20 of these units still in use today
    $100 23
Never wear a white dress to a wedding; you'll look like you're competing with this person
    $100 19
Total number of strings found in the instruments of a string quartet--2 violins, viola, cello
    $100 3
An important high school exam:
SAT
    $200 2
In 1877 this former President retired to an estate near Biloxi to write "Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government"
    $200 8
Jerry Orbach looked very animated when he sang "Be Our Guest" in this 1991 film
    $200 16
Noah measured the ark in cubits of about 20 inches, or the distance from your middle finger to this joint
    $200 26
At the prom, a gentleman "cuts in" by tapping a young lady's partner on this body part, not on the nose
    $200 20
l.h. written on a score suggests the player use this
    $200 13
On television:
CNN
    $300 4
Late in life this "Uncle Tom's Cabin" writer invested in Florida real estate
    $300 9
2 years before "The Birds", Rod Taylor went to the dogs as the voice of Pongo in this classic
    DD: $1,000 17
In the book named for her, she gleans about an ephah, or 2/3 of a bushel of barley from Boaz' field
    $300 27
To get guests to do this, rise, shake their hands & say, "You were so very, very kind to have visited me"
    $300 24
It's probably Homer Simpson's favorite note on the tonic sol-fa scale
    $300 14
A college:
UNLV
    $400 5
Nicknamed "Yellow Hair", he was court-martialed for going AWOL in 1867 but rejoined the 7th Cavalry in 1868
    $400 10
He was the voice of John Smith in "Pocahontas" but his brother Donal got the role in the direct-to-video sequel
    $400 18
God told the Israelites to gather about an omer per person of this food He provided in the desert
    $400 28
No formal dinner should be without these on the table that tell you where you're sitting
    $400 25
The term for a counterpoint composition like the one by Bach heard here
    $400 15
In Canada, eh:
the RCMP
    $500 6
In 1865 this general accepted the presidency of Washington College in Virginia
    $500 11
Kevin Kline was far from feeble as the voice of Phoebus in this 1996 version of a classic novel
    $500 21
After Solomon was born, this king captured the crown of Rabbah, which weighed about a talent, or 90 lbs.
    $500 29
Miss Manners says these leaves are "claustrophobic" & hate "being stuffed into little bags", so serve the "loose" type
    $500 30
By Italian terms, a cantata is a piece to be sung as contrasted to this, a sounded piece
    $500 22
A former European nation:
GDR

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

Jeff Kitty Nate
$1,400 $1,600 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Kitty Nate
$2,100 $4,500 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

COUNTRIES OF THE WORLD
POP IN '98
PUT 'EM IN ORDER
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
"AA"
BATTERIES
    $200 1
It's ruled by the Pope
    $200 6
Number one in June was "The Boy Is Mine", a duet by these single-named singers
    $200 11
Oscar Winners "The English Patient",
"Unforgiven",
"Braveheart"
    $200 13
Stevenson wrote "The Strange Case of" this pair as a shilling shocker
    $200 21
This African animal's tongue traps termites
    $200 26
It's the brand of Eveready battery that keeps the little pink bunny going & going & going...
    $400 2
This long, narrow country stretches from Peru to the southern tip of South America
    $400 7
The album "In My Life" has famous people like Jim Carrey & Sean Connery covering this band's songs
    $400 12
Hydrogen bomb,
atom bomb,
Ritchie Valens' "La Bamba"
    $400 17
Stevenson got his first travel experience with his father, who built these beacons
    $400 22
He had 2,297 Major League RBIs
    $400 27
NiCad batteries are so named because their electrodes are made using these 2 elements
    $600 3
This country that was once called Persia still has Persian as its official language
    $600 8
Nick, Brian, Kevin, A. J. & Howie D. "hit the road" as this group
    $600 14
Ulysses S. Grant,
William Howard Taft,
James A. Garfield
    $600 18
Alison Conningham, his nurse as a boy, ws the "Cummy" to whom he dedicated "A Child's Garden of" these
    $600 23
The Biblical name for the area of Palestine
    $600 28
Whether it's "C", "D" or "AA", an alkaline battery supplies this many volts
    $800 4
This country is home to many volcanoes including the explosive Krakatoa
    $800 9
New in the racks was a CD by Tatyana Ali, who played Ashley on this sitcom
    DD: $2,000 15
Gemini Project,
Apollo Project,
Mercury Project
    DD: $1,900 19
Written in a matter of weeks in 1881, this pirate tale changed the face of children's literature
    $800 24
Tanzania's capital is Dar es this
    $800 29
If a light bulb shines after you wire it to a switch & battery, you've made a closed one of these
    $1000 5
This small duchy is completely surrounded by Germany, Belgium & France
    $1000 10
Les Claypool "nose" that "Rhinoplasty" was a 1998 release from this group (He's its lead singer)
    $1000 16
League of Nations,
Hanseatic League,
Iroquois League
    $1000 20
Good & evil brothers are the leads in "The Master of" this
    $1000 25
"Godfather" actor James & his son Scott
    $1000 30
In a battery, an oxidation reaction occurs at the anode, & this type of reaction occurs at the cathode

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Kitty Nate
$14,800 $8,700 $1,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE TITANIC
This man whose invention was used to call for help held a ticket for the voyage but changed his plans

Final scores:

Jeff Kitty Nate
$17,000 $5,399 $0
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 3rd place: $2,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Kitty Nate
$12,500 $8,000 $1,100
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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