Show #2185 - Friday, February 18, 1994

1994 Teen Tournament final game 2.

Contestants

Peter Steffen, a senior from New Hampton, Iowa (subtotal of $4,600)

Paul Loeffler, a senior from Las Something, California (subtotal of $2,600)

Matt Morris, a senior from Louisville, Kentucky (subtotal of $3,600)

Jeopardy! Round

THE 1980s
THE MOVIES
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
U.S.A.
THE PRESIDENCY
RHYME TIME
    $100 20
In 1986 the European Space Agency's Giotto spacecraft came within 370 miles of this comet's nucleus
    $100 10
In "Free Willy", Willy is this type of creature
    $100 26
With only 5 calories per stalk, some dieters claim you can burn weight while chewing this vegetable
    $100 21
South Dakota's official one is "Under God the People Rule"
    $100 2
Unless he dies or resigns, the only way to remove a president from office is by this process
    $100 11
For some employees, it's every Friday; for others it's twice a month
    $200 19
On Jan. 3, 1984 Syria released U.S. airman Robert Goodman to this black presidential candidate
    $200 8
Harrison Ford was on the run as Dr. Richard Kimble in this film
    $200 27
This tropical fruit is a traditional garnish for ham
    $200 22
The name of this state known for its derby may come from a Native American word for "meadowland"
    $200 3
$200,000
    $200 12
A dishonest student can get in big trouble during a test if he's caught with this
    $300 14
On Sept. 17, 1986 the Senate confirmed this man as Chief Justice
    $300 1
Parts II & III of this Michael J. Fox movie series were filmed at the same time
    $300 28
This purple skinned vegetable is popularly served parmigiana
    $300 23
Founded in 1852, the Intelligencer of Wheeling is one of this state's oldest newspapers
    $300 4
It's the minimum age required to be president
    $300 13
A very small spirit in a magic lamp
    $400 15
On Nov. 10, 1982 this Soviet leader died; he was succeeded by Yuri Andropov
    $400 6
An ad for the sequel to this film said it was "Creepier. Kookier. Spookier. Ookier."
    $400 29
California and New Zealand are among the major producers of this fuzzy-skinned fruit
    $400 24
You'll find the University of this state in Missoula
    $400 5
Among the president's perks are the use of Camp David & this jet
    $400 16
Instruct a class on the art of oration
    $500 18
On Oct. 23, 1983 a terrorist explosion killed over 200 U.S. Marines in this mideastern capital
    $500 9
This actor directed & starred in "The Man without a Face"
    $500 30
Up to 100 of these miniature cabbages grow on a single plant
    DD: $1,500 25
This state flower appears on Kansas' state flag
    $500 7
The president may withhold information from Congress by invoking this limited right
    $500 17
A flaccid crustacean

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

Matt Paul Peter
$1,500 $1,100 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Paul Peter
$2,600 $2,500 $4,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE GETTYSBURG ADDRESS
WORLD CAPITALS
ART
INVENTORS
COMPOSERS
AMERICAN LITERATURE
    $200 27
Lincoln reiterated Jefferson's belief that "all men are created" this
    $200 2
Many people enjoy riding the hydrofoil from Vienna to this Hungarian capital
    $200 19
His famous Milan "Last Supper" captures the moment when Christ says one of the disciples will betray him
    $200 22
In 1948 Kevin Tuohy developed the modern plastic type of this eye lens
    $200 21
He communicated with his friends by writing in "conversation books" after he became completely deaf
    $200 1
In his "For Whom the Bell Tolls", American Robert Jordan enters the Spanish Civil War on the Loyalist side
    $400 28
Of about 2 minutes, 20 minutes or 2 hours, the length of time it took to deliver
    $400 3
The Temple of the Reclining Buddha is the largest temple in this capital of Thailand
    $400 18
He moved back and forth between Barcelona & Paris while producing the work of his Blue Period
    $400 23
Many of today's telescopes are similar to the reflector type made by this Englishman in 1668
    $400 16
His intermezzo "Apollo et Hyacinthus" premiered in Salzburg in 1767; he was just 11 years old
    $400 17
In "The Concord Hymn", Emerson wrote, "Here once the embattled farmers stood and fired" this
    $600 26
The address was delivered at the new National Soldiers' Cemetery in this state
    $600 4
Once a colonial sugar plantation, La Casona is now the president's house in this Venezuelan capital
    $600 10
Though his "Mother" is in Paris, the best collections of his work are in Washington & Glasgow
    $600 20
His method of printing was so good, it remained little changed for 500 years
    $600 13
His famous march "The High School Cadets" may be a favorite of your high school band
    DD: $3,600 8
Sequentially, "The Deerslayer" is the first of these tales, but it was the last written
    $800 29
Number of years between the Gettysburg Address & the Declaration of Independence
    DD: $3,000 5
The Lake Gardens are one of the most popular attractions in this Malaysian capital
    $800 11
The "Night Watch" is the largest of his paintings - over 12 by 14 feet
    $800 24
William Kelly devised a cheap method to make this material 4 years before Sir Henry Bessemer
    $800 14
This Polish-French composer, a child prodigy, gave his first public piano performance when he was 8
    $800 7
In "A Tramp Abroad", this author describes a walking tour through the Alps & the Black Forest
    $1000 30
Lincoln resolved that government of, by & for the people would not do this
    $1000 6
You'll find the State Museum of Ukrainian Fine Arts in this capital of Ukraine
    $1000 12
Jean Arp gave the name "stabile" to this American's non-moving sculptures
    $1000 25
Sir Joseph Swan invented the dry plate method of this
    $1000 15
"The Well-Tempered Clavier" is a collection of preludes & fugues by this composer
    $1000 9
In this Melville novelette, a young sailor is hanged for killing a jealous petty officer named Claggart

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Paul Peter
$13,800 $5,300 $12,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
In 1970 he made his first visit to a Tennessee classroom since his conviction 45 years earlier

Final scores:

Matt Paul Peter
$26,001 $10,600 $18,399

Cumulative scores:

Matt Paul Peter
$29,601 $13,200 $22,999
Tournament champion: $29,601 2nd runner-up: $13,200 1st runner-up: $22,999

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Paul Peter
$10,800 $5,300 $9,300
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
15 R,
0 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $25,400

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