Show #3493 - Wednesday, November 10, 1999

1999-B Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.
From the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York City.

Contestants

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Chrissy Ijams, a sophomore from Modesto, California

Emily Deveau, a junior from St. Johns, Michigan

Elizabeth Norton, a junior from Campton, New Hampshire

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Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NEW YORKERS
ISLANDS
AUDIO BOOKS
CIVIL WAR SONGS
HOLLYWOOD HEARTTHROBS
IN THE THESAURUS
    $100 6
Actors born in Peekskill, N.Y. include Paul "Pee Wee Herman" Reubens & this "Road Warrior"
    $100 26
In area, it's the largest island of our 50th state
    $100 21
This "Mad About You" star reads about his son's "Babyhood"
    $100 11
This Southern anthem was first performed in 1859 in New York City, not in the land of cotton
    $100 1
When Johnny Depp didn't feel the need for "Speed", the movie, this actor got the starring role
    $100 15
If Jefferson had a thesaurus, he could have written of "The Pursuit of Oblectation" instead of this
    $200 7
On "Celebrity Jeopardy!" this sportscaster from Queens won $25,000 for his charity
    $200 27
Together with South Island, it makes up most of the area of New Zealand
    $200 22
Author Thomas Harris is heard here reading from this 1999 bestseller
And so with small steps, Clarice Starling began to pursue Dr. Lecter down the corridors of his tastes, with more confidence in her footing that was entirely justified
    $200 12
Mine eyes have seen that Julia Ward Howe wrote the words to this Union "hymn"
    $200 2
He's the party animal seen here
    $200 16
This word or a "flight of" it is a common synonym for "imagination"
    $300 8
In 1932 this New Deal Democrat went from the New York governor's mansion to the White House
    $300 28
The "boot" of Italy looks like it's kicking this large island
    $300 23
This young Clinton adviser reads his own memoir "All Too Human"
    $300 13
It's the actual legume referred to in "Peas! Peas! Peas! Peas! Eating Goober Peas"
    $300 3
This "Mummy" star was pretty much unwrapped in "Encino Man" & "George of the Jungle"
    $300 17
On the road, it's on triangular signs; in the thesaurus, it's listed with "submit" & "kowtow"
    $400 9
This infamous gangster seen here was born in Brooklyn January 17, 1899
    $400 29
You'll find this island nation about 95 miles due south of Cuba, mon
    $400 24
Stephen Covey made time to read his own bestseller "The 7 Habits of" these people
    DD: $500 14
This "War is Hell" general is mentioned in the fourth stanza of "Marching Through Georgia"
    $400 4
Dad would have been proud of this young actor seen here because "He's All That" & more
    $400 18
"Cretaceous" & "lactescent" are fancy ways of describing this color
    $500 10
He's the innovative New Yorker whose 1924 composition is heard here
("Rhapsody in Blue")
    $500 30
It's the last island as you travel the Florida Keys on U.S. 1 south
    $500 25
This author heard here climbed high on the bestseller list
The Everest climb had rocked my life to its core; it became desparately important for me to record the events in complete detail
    $500 20
Hurrah! Hurrah! This song speaks of a "hearty welcome then" for a returning soldier
    $500 5
Si, he played Che in the movie "Evita" & the hero of "The Mask of Zorro"
    $500 19
5-letter synonym for "maledict" or "swear"

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

Elizabeth Emily Chrissy
$400 $1,400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Emily Chrissy
$1,000 $3,700 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

TEENS IN LITERATURE
TRANSPORTATION
SENATORS BY STATE
THE PHANTOM MENACE
THE 1830s
UNDER THE "C"
    $200 1
This 16-year-old is miffed when Ashley Wilkes decides to marry Melanie instead of her
    $200 13
From a French phrase for "traveling hospital", it'll get you to the hospital quickly in an emergency
    $200 11
Edward Kennedy,
John Kerry
    $200 18
"The Phantom Menace" was the first film he directed since the original "Star Wars" in 1977
    $200 23
Tradition says it cracked in 1835 while tolling the death of John Marshall
    $200 6
This world capital's name is from the Arabic Al Qahira, "The Victorious"
    $400 2
Stradlater is the cocky prep school roommate of this J.D. Salinger teenager
    $400 14
Type of airplane seen here; it gets its name from its double-wing structure
    $400 12
Charles Robb,
John Warner
    $400 19
This Hutt, an unscrupulous crime lord, introduces the racers for the biggest podrace of the year
    $400 24
In 1837 William Procter formed a business partnership with this man in Cincinnati
    $400 7
Produced by the destructive distillation of wood, it helps artists draw the line
    DD: $800 3
When "Little Women" begins, this eldest of the March sisters is 16
    $600 15
"Feline" name for the type of boat seen here
    DD: $800 25
Phil Gramm,
Kay Bailey Hutchison
    $600 20
Using spare parts, Anakin built this protocol droid to be a household servant
    $600 28
John Jacob Astor got out of this business in 1834, way before PETA could pester him
    $600 8
Unlike Dolly the Sheep, an identical twin is a naturally occurring one of these
    $800 4
By age 13 Philip Carey is a student at the King's School in Tercanbury in this Somerset Maugham novel
    $800 16
The tail rotor counters torque on this type of aircraft developed in the 1930s
    $800 26
William Frist,
Fred Thompson
    $800 21
Needing repairs, Queen Amidala's starship landed on this planet where young Anakin Skywalker lived with his mom
    $800 29
When he died in 1830, this South American liberator was disliked by many; he's seen in a different light today
    $800 9
Nun but the best live in one
    $1000 5
18-year-old Carrie Meeber moves to Chicago & gets a job in a shoe factory in this Theodore Dreiser novel
    $1000 17
Seen here, it's something you have to have "patients" to move around
    $1000 27
Christopher Dodd,
Joseph Lieberman
    $1000 22
Jedi Qui-Gon Jinn fights a deadly lightsaber duel with this evil Sith apprentice
    $1000 30
In 1836 Richmond, Canada, just across the river from Detroit, was renamed this
    $1000 10
In 1508 Leonardo da Vinci suggested these to correct defective vision

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Elizabeth Emily Chrissy
$3,000 $10,900 $4,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AFRICA
Towns in this country include Marshall & Tubmanburg

Final scores:

Elizabeth Emily Chrissy
$6 $10,900 $0
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Elizabeth Emily Chrissy
$3,800 $11,700 $4,700
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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