Show #1956 - Monday, February 22, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.

Contestants

Patricia Larash, a senior from Allentown, Pennsylvania

Fraser Woodford, a senior from Lexington, Kentucky

Anne Black, a junior from Frederick, Maryland

Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
POP MUSIC
TRAVEL & TOURISM
AQUATIC ANIMALS
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
QUOTES
    $100 12
Francisco Pizarro conquered Peru & founded this capital city
    $100 8
This singer's "Born in the U.S.A." album spawned 7 Top 10 singles
    $100 6
Employees joke that the name of this part of Disney World stands for "Every Person Comes Out Tired"
    $100 1
The name of this animal is from 2 Greek words meaning "eight feet"
    $100 22
The Troy system of weights originated in Troyes in this country
    $100 18
This state has been called "The Keystone of the Democratic Arch"
    $200 13
Francisco de Orellana claimed he battled "tall, fair, robust" women warriors on this South American river
    $200 24
This rapper topped the charts in 1990 with "Ice Ice Baby"
    $200 7
There's a restaurant named for Jules Verne in this tall Paris landmark, & the view is spectacular
    $200 2
This Arctic mammal uses its tusks as a weapon & to dig for clams & other shellfish
    $200 23
The Roman one of these was equal to 5,000 Roman feet or about 4,800 of our feet
    $200 19
In a 1987 speech, he said, "The idea of perestroika...combines continuity and innovation"
    $300 14
When Sir Walter Raleigh's servant first saw him doing this, he drenched him in order to save him
    $300 25
It's the title of Natalie Cole's 1992 Grammy-winning album & song of the year
    $300 9
You have a pigeon's-eye view of this Italian city from the top of the bell tower in St. Mark's Square
    $300 3
Reaching a length of 8 inches, it's the largest frog in the U.S. & Canada
    $300 28
1 atmosphere is equal to 760 millimeters of this liquid metal
    $300 15
Eldridge Cleaver said, "You're either part of" this "or part of the problem"
    $400 16
On his third voyage between 1770 & 1780, he went past Unalaska & into the Arctic Circle
    DD: $500 26
(Video Daily Double)
Rock star who, in October 1992, released the album whose title is pictured here:
    $400 10
You'll find England's National Gallery & National Portrait Gallery on this famous square
    $400 4
In the U.S. the most common type of this fowl raised for profit is the White Pekin
    $400 29
Equal to 4 inches, the hand is most often used to measure the height of these creatures
    $400 20
In her famous diary, she wrote, "I still believe that people are really good at heart"
    $500 17
Of the 170 sailors he took to India in the 1490s, only about 50 survived the trip
    $500 27
Madonna's hits "Vogue" & "Hanky Panky" were from the CD inspired by this 1990 film
    $500 11
The Westerkerk, where Rembrandt is buried, boasts the tallest church tower in this Dutch city
    $500 5
The 2 major groups of these mammals are toothed & baleen
    $500 30
1 of these astronomical measurements is equal to 5,880,000,000,000 miles
    $500 21
W.P. Kinsella's book "Shoeless Joe" contains the line "If you build it" this will happen

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

Anne Fraser Patricia
$600 $600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Fraser Patricia
$2,300 $600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

GENERAL SCIENCE
TEENS IN LITERATURE
U.S. HISTORY
SAINTS
ART
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $200 15
What goes up, must come down because of this natural force
    $200 2
She's 16 at the beginning of "Gone with the Wind" & has a 17" waist, "the smallest in three counties"
    $200 1
Organized as a territory in 1912, it became a state January 3, 1959
    $200 18
We cannot tell a lie; it was St. Boniface who did this to the sacred oak of Thor in Germany
    $200 23
The enigmatic smile in this circa 1503 painting has often been imitated but never duplicated
    $200 11
Battle a blaze using a blaze
    $400 16
In September 1992 the so-called hole in this layer over Antarctica measured 8.9 million square miles
    $400 3
A teenage orphan named Kimball gets involved in espionage in this author's 1901 adventure novel "Kim"
    $400 7
The Social Security Act was part of this president's New Deal
    $400 19
St. Helena is credited by St. Ambrose as the person who found this wooden holy relic
    $400 24
Paul Cezanne was noted for this type of painting which often depicts a bowl or basket of fruit
    $400 12
Incinerate 12 A.M. petroleum
    $600 25
Gregor Mendel's most famous experiments in heredity were done with this type of plant
    $600 4
At the beginning of Daniel Defoe's novel, this title character is 19 & his father wants him to be a lawyer
    $600 8
Ratified in 1919, this amendment gave the country 1 year to stock up before the ban went into effect
    $600 20
The story is that Reprobus changed his name to this after giving Jesus a piggyback ride across a river
    $600 28
In 1857 this lithographer made his bookkeeper James Merritt Ives a partner
    $600 13
One steed! One mount! I'll give you all I rule if you give me one stallion!
    $800 26
This process is the opposite of evaporation
    DD: $1,200 5
When this Dumas novel begins, Edmond Dantes is a 19-year-old sailor; he assumes a title later
    $800 9
In this 1857 case, the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution did not apply to blacks
    DD: $2,100 21
When his sister Martha was made a saint, it might have "raised" his own expectations
    $800 29
Edgar Degas & Mary Cassatt used these soft crayons whose name is synonymous with pale colors
    $800 14
Brilliant like one cat-o'-nine-tails
    $1000 27
There are thought to be 6 types of these hypothetical particles, incl. "up", "down" & "strange"
    $1000 6
At the age of 18, the shy & lonely Philip Carey moves to Heidelberg in this Somerset Maugham novel
    $1000 10
John Davis, a lawyer who ran against Coolidge, argued against school desegregation in this 1954 case
    $1000 22
Until the 20th century this "rower" was the only archangel with a feast day on the Western calendar
    $1000 30
"Three Musicians", a 1921 work by this Spaniard, is considered one of the greatest Cubist paintings
    $1000 17
Wonderful objects arrive within tiny parcels

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anne Fraser Patricia
$4,300 $10,200 $7,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MILITARY LEADERS
This U.S. general was born April 5, 1937 to parents who had emigrated from Jamaica

Final scores:

Anne Fraser Patricia
$8,600 $15,801 $13,900
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Anne Fraser Patricia
$4,200 $9,800 $6,600
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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