Show #1951 - Monday, February 15, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

Carrie Pruett, a senior from Goochland, Virginia

Brent Keeling, a senior from Pewee Valley, Kentucky

Jessi Gile, a junior from Eau Claire, Wisconsin

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Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
SOAP OPERAS
LANGUAGES
THE CIVIL WAR
COLLEGE STUFF
LETTER PERFECT
    $100 14
Though llamas are related to camels, they lack this distinctive camel feature
    $100 11
On this Fox soap, Andrew Shue shares an apartment with Courtney Thorne-Smith
    $100 18
The dialect of this city gradually became the national language of France
    $100 5
Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, who unconditionally surrendered to this general, later was one of his pallbearers
    $100 12
In college slang, a Greek isn't an Athenian but a member of one of these
    $100 1
A type of shirt, or an "A-Team" Mr.
    $200 19
Australians call the monitor types of these creatures goannas
    $200 13
John Beradino, who plays Dr. Steve Hardy, is the only actor who's been on this show since its 1963 premiere
    $200 27
Sardinian is a distinct language; Corsican & Sicilian are dialects of this one
    $200 6
In June 1861 the New York Tribune was urging the Army "forward to" this Confederate capital
    $200 23
This West Coast university's school paper is called The Daily Trojan
    $200 2
On a bowling scoresheet, it signifies a strike
    $300 20
The pockets, or pouches, on a pocket gopher's cheeks are lined with this covering
    $300 15
Lauralee Bell plays Cricket on this CBS soap created by her parents, William Bell & Lee Phillip Bell
    $300 28
Major language families on this continent include Khoisan, Niger-Kordofanian & Nilo-Saharan
    $300 8
Though awarded for gallantry, this medal was offered to a Maine regiment to postpone its 1863 discharge
    $300 24
Lisa Halaby was one of the first female cheer-leaders at this New Jersey univ.; now she's Queen Noor of Jordan
    $300 3
It's the Roman numeral 500, or a barely passing grade
    $400 21
The "angler" type of this animal attracts its food with a fleshy bait that grows from its head
    $400 16
In 1992 former Flash John Wesley Shipp provided a deadly connection between "Loving" & this soap
    $400 29
The oldest form of this language dates from Old Testament poems, like the "Song of Deborah"
    DD: $700 9
In this first big battle July 21, 1861, each side had about 30,000 soldiers in the field
    $400 25
On an alphabetical list of Ivy League schools, this "colorful" university comes first
    $400 4
It's the first word of Canada's national anthem
    $500 22
This order of mammals is divided into 2 suborders: anthropoids & prosimians
    $500 17
Before the 1992 Daytime Emmy Awards, NBC aired a special prime-time version of this soap set in Bay City
    $500 30
The standard form of this major language arose in the 9th c. around the town of Burgos in Old Castille
    $500 10
This 22nd & 24th President was labeled a Civil War draft dodger; he had paid someone to take his place
    $500 26
The first college graduate elected to U.S. President, he belonged to Harvard's class of '55—that's 1755
    $500 7
It's the chemical symbol for potassium

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

Jessi Brent Carrie
$1,500 $1,900 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jessi Brent Carrie
$2,800 $3,300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANCIENT GREEKS
TRANSPORTATION
NOBEL PRIZE WINNERS
FLOWERS & TREES
PERU
MISC.
    $200 1
Polybius believed that in order to understand the present, you must study this
    $200 2
Opened in 1914, it shortened the distance between Pacific & Atlantic ports
    $200 18
He received the Literature Prize primarily for "The Winter of Our Discontent", not "The Grapes of Wrath"
    $200 14
The floating leaves of these lilies are called lily pads
    $200 11
This sport Peruvians call futbol is the country's most popular sport
    $200 12
Dayaks are a people of Borneo & kayaks are these
    $400 7
Aristotle stayed at the Academy for 20 years, leaving only after this man died
    $400 3
This Japanese car maker surpassed Volkswagen in the volume of U.S. imports in 1975 & is still No. 1
    $400 19
Simon Kuznets won in this category in 1971 for his concept of using GNP to determine growth
    $400 15
Fir trees belong to this tree family; don't let it "needle" you
    $400 27
Some islands off the coast had large deposits of guano that were mined for this use
    $400 13
Lat name shared by the discoverer of penicillin & the creator of James Bond
    $600 8
He said, "As to diseases make a habit of two things—to help or at least to do no harm"
    $600 4
In 1970 this state's first & only public deep water port was opened at Burns Harbor east of Gary
    $600 22
Bark if you know that this Russian won the Physiology or Medicine Prize in 1904 for work on digestion
    $600 16
Fleabane is so named because people once believed it could do this to fleas
    $600 30
Peru shares this 3,200-square-mile lake with Bolivia
    $600 17
In 1990 this Seattle Mariner played alongside his dad in the outfield
    $800 9
This legendary warrior may have been stronger than dirt, but he was second in strength to Achilles
    DD: $1,000 5
The freighting firm of Russell, Majors & Waddell began this short-lived U.S. mail delivery service in 1860
    DD: $2,800 23
Seaborg & McMillan won the Chemistry Prize for discovering this element, named for the 9th planet
    $800 26
This shrub that bears bright yellow flowers is named for British botanist William Forsyth
    $800 29
This Inca town discovered by Hiram Bingham overlooks the Urubamba river
    $800 20
Among birds, the wandering albatross holds this anatomical record
    $1000 10
He is associated with the lever, the water screw & displacement
    $1000 6
This highway extended 4,860 miles from Victoria, British Columbia to St. John's, Newfoundland
    $1000 24
This West German leader who won the Peace Prize in 1971 died in 1992
    $1000 25
It's an evergreen with soft wood used for paper pulp as well as a verb meaning "to neaten up"
    $1000 28
This president assumed dictatorial powers in April 1992
    $1000 21
Like his father, Sir Lancelot, he was one of King Arthur's knights

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jessi Brent Carrie
$1,200 $4,900 $10,900
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

FLAGS
A flag bearing a white anchor & caduceus on a blue field represents this U.S. government official

Final scores:

Jessi Brent Carrie
$0 $900 $10,800
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jessi Brent Carrie
$4,000 $4,600 $10,700
17 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $19,300

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