Show #803 - Wednesday, February 17, 1988

1988 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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David Graham, a senior from Avon, Connecticut

Chris Capozzola, a junior from Worcester, New York

Stefanie Wulfestieg, a senior from Tacoma, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

AUSTRALIA
FASHION
STATE POSTAL ABBREVIATIONS
HEALTH & FITNESS
SUPERMAN
RHYMES WITH BANG
    $100 15
In Aussie slang, a "bonzer bloke" is a nice one of these
    $100 14
Gloria Steinem said of this '87 fashion resurgence, "I never stopped wearing them"
    $100 1
In 1963, the P.O. established standard state postal abbreviations, each with this # of letters
    $100 8
Researchers claim that between 7 & 7.9 hours of this activity nightly correlates best with longevity
    $100 23
Genius, industrialist, founder of Lexcorp, & Superman's archenemy
    $100 4
A venomous tooth
    $200 16
In Australia, Christmas comes during this season
    $200 25
In sportswear, the popular Op label stands for this
    $200 2
It's the "friendly" postal abbreviation for the Aloha State
    $200 18
A French curl is not a Parisian hairdo, but an exercise done with this equipment
    $200 29
The new romantic light in Superman's life is this Amazon princess
    $200 5
One definition of this word is "a band of antisocial adolescents"
    $300 17
Australia's began in 1851, some 2 years after California's
    $300 26
"People" finally gave Madonna a fashion thumbs up -- for a "legitimate sports outfit" for riding this
    $300 3
The only state whose postal abbreviation has a "Z" in it
    $300 19
Exercise can greatly reduce this vital sign that, at rest, should ideally register at about 120/80
    $300 7
Superman is currently celebrating this anniversary of his original appearance in comics
    $300 6
In common usage, it can precede up, over, out & in there
    $400 20
Land in the center of the continent has been designated as reserves for these people
    $400 9
This state's postal abbreviation is alphabetically last
    DD: $2,000 27
The 4 basic food groups identified by U.S. nutritionists as necessary to maintain good health
    $400 12
She was 1st to call Superman "Superman"
    $400 11
This noun is defined as the harsh cry of a bird or the loud ringing of an anvil
    $500 24
The harbor of Darwin was discovered by this ship Darwin had once sailed upon
    $500 22
Izod features an alligator; Munsingwear, penguins; & Polo, these 2 mammals
    $500 10
3 of the 4 states which have a "K" in their postal abbreviations
    $500 28
On bottle labels, many vitamins are measured in "I.U."s, which are these
    $500 21
Kryptonite takes away the powers from Superman that this source supplies
    $500 13
A short spasm of pain, whether emotional or physical

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

Stefanie Chris David
$800 $1,800 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stefanie Chris David
$1,700 $2,800 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

TECHNOLOGY
THE OLD WEST
"K"s IN LITERATURE
LIFE SCIENCE
GOVERNMENT
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $200 1
A soda-acid extinguisher is designed to produce this fire-fighting gas
    $200 24
Famous ones included Apache, Laramie & Sutter's
    $200 3
His books include "Puck of Pook's Hill" & "The Second Jungle Book"
    $200 14
This part of a horse or cow has the same evolutionary origin as a fingernail
    $200 13
Democracy is a transliteration of the Greek "demokratia" meaning government by these
    $200 10
Make one buffoonish inquiry, receive one buffoonish reply
    $400 2
The battery-operated Interplak is the latest word in these bathroom items
    $400 30
The Pony Express was quickly made obsolete by the completion of this from coast to coast in 1861
    $400 4
"Catriona" or "David Balfour" is the sequel to this Robert Louis Stevenson adventure novel
    $400 21
The Vespula wasp is best known by this colorful name
    $400 16
Term for a government with a hereditary head of state with life tenure
    $400 11
Did the kitty catch thy organ of taste?
    $600 8
Lunch pail fixture devised by chemist Sir James Dewar
    $600 28
Born in Georgia, this notorious frontier dentist 1st had a practice in Atlanta
    $600 5
He wrote odes on so many subjects, he may have been the most "ode"ious poet in English literature
    $600 22
The visible portion of this part of the body, the pinna, can be pinned back
    $600 18
All U.S. courts inferior to the Supreme Court have been established by this
    $600 12
All the epidermis remains on the proboscis I possess
    DD: $700 9
Common instruments found in one of these include a gyrocompass & a turn-bank indicator
    DD: $3,000 26
While the song only runs a few minutes, this, its title, ran from Texas to Kansas
    $800 6
Feodor Pavlovich is the father of these Russian siblings
    $800 23
The part of a flower that receives pollen during pollination, or a mark of social shame
    $800 19
This political ideology believes the only good government is a dead government
    $800 15
Adulation makes no inroads
    $1000 29
When a sewing machine is sewing, the feed dog pushes cloth forward the length of one of these
    $1000 25
When a cowboy said "Cayuse", he might have meant either of these 2 things
    $1000 7
This famous Samuel Taylor Coleridge poem about Xanadu was never finished
    $1000 27
From Greek for "oblong", this group of protozoa are often described as slipper-like in shape
    $1000 20
This well-known Bill of Rights amendment also prohibits double jeopardy
    $1000 17
Welcome, welcome, everyone of our group has arrived

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stefanie Chris David
$200 $8,400 $6,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD CAPITALS
More European national capitals begin with this letter than any other, 7 in all

Final scores:

Stefanie Chris David
$1 $3,799 $13,000
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stefanie Chris David
$3,300 $8,400 $8,500
16 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
0 W
19 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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