Show #2414 - Thursday, February 16, 1995

1995 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

Deborah Sager, a senior from Reston, Virginia

Matt Zielenski, a junior from Broadview Heights, Ohio

Susannah Batko-Yovino, a junior from Altoona, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

JAPAN
TV PERSONALITIES
THE 1970s
NUTRITION
SHAKESPEARE
COMMON BONDS
    $100 1
From Gogome station it's about a 5-hour climb to the top of this mountain
    $100 9
In June 1994 this "Wheel of Fortune" star gave birth to son Nicholas John Santo Pietro
    $100 6
In April 1970 protests against pollution & other threats to the planet marked the 1st observance of this
    $100 18
Generally a saturated one of these is solid at room temperature
    $100 12
This play's famous balcony scene takes place in a garden after a ball
    $100 26
Goose,
straw,
huckle
    $200 2
The A-bomb dome is the only structural ruin left standing in this city
    $200 10
On Oct. 23, 1994 this talk show hostess ran the Marine Corps marathon in under 4 1/2 hours
    $200 7
In a 1972 report the person in this post warned of the danger of secondhand smoke
    $200 19
This part of an egg is rich in pantothenic acid
    $200 16
The queen who says, "Go tell him I have slain myself; say that the last I spoke was 'Antony'"
    $200 27
Nurse,
loan,
hammerhead
    $300 3
The earliest recorded matches in this Japanese wrestling form were held around 23 B.C.
    $300 11
In addition to playing lovable loser George Costanza on Seinfeld", he's the cartoon voice of Duckman
    $300 8
In 1971 this country's dictator "Papa Doc" Duvalier died & was succeeded by his son "Baby Doc"
    $300 21
The average person consumes 18% of calories in refined or processed forms of this simple carbohydrate
    $300 20
This title character says, "Iago is most honest"--what a mistake
    $300 28
Chain,
business,
Dear John
    $400 4
Each May Shimoda, Japan holds the Black Ship Festival to commemorate this commodore's arrival in 1854
    $400 13
This star of "Frasier" sings the show's closing theme, "Tossed Salads And Scrambled Eggs"
    $400 15
This American resigned his World Chess Championship in 1974
    $400 22
All of the "essential" ones of these protein building blocks can be obtained by combining grains and legumes
    $400 23
Rosencrantz & Guildenstern don't appear in this play until Act II, scene II
    $400 29
Magnetic,
Space,
darning
    $500 5
This, the Japanese parliament, is housed in a pyramid-topped building completed in 1936
    $500 14
In November 1994 this TV "Superman" star showed his athletic prowess on "American Gladiators"
    DD: $1,000 17
As a follow-up to the Camp David Accords, these two countries signed a formal peace treaty March 26, 1979
    $500 25
A food's dietary amount of this, also called roughage, may be several times the "crude" amount
    $500 24
Ovid's "Metamorphoses" inspired the play-within-a-play about Pyramus & Thisbe in this comedy
    $500 30
Hair,
tooth,
pastry

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

Susannah Matt Deborah
$2,000 $1,300 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Matt Deborah
$4,200 $2,900 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS
ART CLASS
MAMMALS
NOTORIOUS
ITALIAN SCIENCE
"G"EOGRAPHY
(Alex: Each correct response will begin with that letter of the alphabet.)
    $200 1
This amendment says no person "shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself"
    $200 6
"Motionless" term for the type of painting that the Dutch call stilleven
    $200 23
The name of this huge mammal is from 2 Greek words meaning "nose-horned"
    $200 18
The October 1881 gunfight at this corral didn't end the feud between the Earps & the Clantons
    $200 10
Giovanni Schiaparelli first described the canali, Italian for channels, of this planet
    $200 8
Only about 5% of this desert, Asia's largest is covered by sand dunes
    $400 2
Ratified in 1913, the 16th amendment reduced net pay by authorizing this
    $400 7
This technique often involves the hands & arms too, not just the digits as its name implies
    $400 24
It's the first four-legged mammal listed in the World Book Encyclopedia
    $400 19
"The Lodger", a novel about this legendary London murderer, has been made into 4 movies
    $400 12
He won a 1919 Nobel Physics Prize for his work in wireless telegraphy
    $400 14
The name of this Scottish city is Gaelic for "dear green place"
    DD: $2,500 3
The 15th, 19th & 26th amendments are concerned with who is allowed to do this
    $600 9
Aquarelle is another name for this kind of painting noted for its transparent qualities
    $600 25
There are only about 2,000 of these largest cats left in India
    $600 26
In May 1994 a Tennessee board rejected parole for this convicted assassin of Martin Luther King
    $600 13
Luigi Galvani is known for studying the effects of this stimulus on the muscles of frog legs
    $600 15
Australia has made it illegal to collect coral from this 1,250-mile-long formation
    $800 4
It's apropos that this amendment set the January date for the presidential inauguration
    $800 11
Though these colored chalklike sticks are synonymous with soft colors, many come in brilliant hues
    $800 29
While experimenting with this species of monkey, scientists discovered the Rh factor
    $800 27
In 1994 this terrorist also known as "The Jackal" was seized in Sudan & sent to France for trial
    DD: $2,500 20
Evangelista Torricelli, who invented the barometer, was this scientist's secretary in 1641 & 1642
    $800 16
At 13,843 square miles, Peten is by far the largest department of this Central American republic
    $1000 5
Ratified in 1992, this amendment sets the procedure for Congressional pay raises
    $1000 22
Rockwell Kent's bold, angular black-and-white illustrations exemplify this style of the 1920s & '30s
    $1000 30
Known as Orcinus orca, it's the largest of the aquatic mammalian family Delphinidae
    $1000 28
He was using the alias Jimmy Lawrence when killed at Chicago's Biograph Theater in 1934
    $1000 21
He found that different gases, at equal volumes, temperatures & pressures, have an equal number of molecules
    $1000 17
This area off the coast of Newfoundland is the greatest cod-fishing region in the world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Matt Deborah
$10,300 $12,000 $4,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
This South Dakota community was the site of 2 clashes between the U.S. gov't & Indians, in 1890 & 1973

Final scores:

Susannah Matt Deborah
$12,800 $24,000 $7,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susannah Matt Deborah
$8,600 $9,600 $4,700
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
12 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,900

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