Show #3494 - Thursday, November 11, 1999

1999-B Teen Tournament final game 1.
From the Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York City.

Contestants

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Chacko George, a junior from Slidell, Louisiana

Kristi Jones, a junior from Warsaw, Ohio

Emily Deveau, a junior from St. Johns, Michigan

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Jeopardy! Round

BOOKS & AUTHORS
TEENS ON BROADWAY
BODY LANGUAGE
NEWSPAPER TOWNS
(Alex: We want you to name the city in which the newspaper is based.)
AMERICAN HISTORY
IT'S IMPERATIVE
    $100 2
Mathematician Ian Malcolm confronts more dinosaurs in this 1995 Michael Crichton sequel
    $100 1
In 1979, at age 13, Sarah Jessica Parker took over the title role of this "Little Orphan"
    $100 22
Students especially should know this is the "black hole" in the center of the eye's iris
    $100 12
The Arizona Republic
    $100 11
In 1787-88 the Anti-Federalists opposed the ratification of this document
    $100 21
This command is the motto of the Girl Scouts of America
    $200 7
In Frank Herbert titles, this word follows "Children of", "Heretics of" & "God Emperor of"
    $200 3
Jane Krakowski of this Calista Flockhart TV series was a teen star on Broadway in "Starlight Express"
    $200 23
A membrane called the pericardium encloses this organ
    $200 13
Pravda,
shut down in 1996
    $200 17
After a defeat in 1835 for reelection to Congress from Tennessee, this frontiersman moved to Texas
    $200 24
After your name is called for the first time on "The Price Is Right", you're told to do this
    $300 8
"The Gunslinger" is the first volume of this Stephen King series
    $300 4
In June 1998 Nathalie Paulding replaced Natalie Portman as this teenage diarist
    $300 30
There are 6 of these glands that make your mouth water
    $300 14
The Inquirer,
founded 1829
    $300 18
A Ute legend says the Great Spirit created all life on this peak discovered in 1806
    $300 25
In Monopoly, after being told "Go Directly to Jail", "Do Not" do this
    DD: $600 9
An attorney must search the Brazilian rain forest for a missing heir in his novel "The Testament"
    $400 5
Future Monkee Davy Jones was 17 when he played the Artful Dodger in this "Dickens" of a musical
    $400 29
Composed of 8 bones, it's the largest part of the skull; it shields the brain
    $400 15
Jornal do Brasil
    $400 19
Nickname given in the 1930s to the area seen here in a famous Arthur Rothstein photo
    $400 28
In Act III, Scene 1, Hamlet admonishes Ophelia to "Get thee" here
    $500 10
This "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" author wrote of his days in the RAF in "Going Solo"
    $500 6
The current hit musical about teens who rebel against anti-dancing rules is based on this Kevin Bacon film
    $500 26
It's the more common name for the easily fractued clavicle
    $500 16
The Rocky Mountain News
    $500 20
When he began his Progressive Party, Teddy Roosevelt said he felt as fit as one of these animals
    $500 27
It completes the Golden Rule that begins, "Do unto others..."

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

Emily Kristi Chacko
$2,200 $400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Kristi Chacko
$3,700 $1,300 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

OLD EGYPT
TECH BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT!
MOUNTAINS HIGH
FAMOUS WOMEN
A "MAN"LY CATEGORY
    $200 1
Boatmen in the Nile extended an index finger & thumb to ward off these reptiles
    $200 16
It calls itself "The Document Company"
    $200 18
A classic line from this 1994 movie is "Mama says stupid is as stupid does"
    $200 11
Bamboo groves circle the lower slopes of this highest Japanese mountain
    $200 23
In a weekly column, "Talking It Over", she writes about life as First Lady
    $200 6
It's the island we're all standing on right now
    $400 2
The British Museum has a copy of "The Book of the Dead" on a 3500-year-old roll of this document material
    $400 17
Intuit Inc markets this program designed to speed up your personal finance planning
    $400 19
The Nov. 10, 1998 episode of "90210" featured the triumphant return of this actor after a 3-year absence
    $400 12
At 14,410 feet, this volcano is Washington State's highest point
    $400 24
Of the 3 Bronte sisters who were novelists, she's the only one who lived past the age of 35
    $400 7
An extensive search for a fugitive
    $600 3
This young lad took the ‑aton off his name & restored the old state religion Akhenaton had changed
    $600 27
This phone company got wired for cable with its $53 billion purchase of TCI
    $600 20
He played Barney in the 1994 live-action "Flintstones" movie
    $600 13
About 20,000 Sicilians were killed in 1669 by this volcano's eruption & accompanying earthquakes
    $600 28
An Indian woman in her 90s who died in 1884 claimed to be this famous interpreter
    $600 8
It's the representation of a human seen here
    $800 4
Statues show Hatshepsut, a woman who ruled Egypt, wearing a false one of these to look like a king
    $800 26
U.S. Robotics & other companies developed this modem speed governed by the V.90 standard
    $800 21
Dexter Holland, the lead singer of this group, is a dissertation away from a Ph.D. in molecular biology
    DD: $1,500 14
The world's second-highest peak, Mount Godwin Austen is also known by this letter & number
    $800 29
This woman seen here was flying high aboard the shuttle Columbia in July of 1999
    $800 9
These openings leading to the sewer are closed up with cast iron covers
    $1000 5
We know from people with this job that Prince Khaemwase, a son of Ramses II, had been one too
    $1000 25
Linus Torvalds developed this upstart computer operating system that's usually available at no cost
    DD: $1,000 22
Mekhi Phifer, who was in "The Boy Is Mine" video, was one of Brandy's co-stars in this 1998 movie sequel
    $1000 15
This Tanzanian mountain's highest point, Uhuru Peak, is covered with snow & ice year round
    $1000 30
Read all about it: in 1908 she established the Christian Science Monitor
    $1000 10
It's an adjective that describes something absolutely required or obligatory

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Emily Kristi Chacko
$5,500 $6,500 $9,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. LAKES
This lake is the remnant of former Lake Bonneville, which existed during the Pleistocene epoch

Final scores:

Emily Kristi Chacko
$2,500 $8,500 $7,800

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Emily Kristi Chacko
$5,300 $6,500 $9,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,000

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