Show #2868 - Wednesday, February 5, 1997

1997-A Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Faith Hillis, a junior from Fairfax, Virginia

Audrey Droesch, a junior from Darien, Connecticut

Matthew Burgess, a freshman from Louisville, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORY
MUSEUMS
MARCHING BAND
ABBREV.
BIRDS & BEES
MOM ROLES
    $100 1
Sung T'ai Tsu founded this country's Sung dynasty in 960
    $100 6
More than 200 wax figures are on display in the Plaza Theatre of Wax, across from the Alamo in this city
    $100 12
Bush, busby & shako are different types of this part of the uniform
    $100 13
When referring to old movies, B&W indicates this
    $100 22
The smallest of these smallest birds is the bee type
    $100 11
Sometimes her daughter Becky is played by Sarah Chalke, sometimes by Lecy Goranson
    $200 2
This island famous for its stone statues was annexed by Chile in 1888
    $200 7
Vermeer's "Young Woman with a Water Jug" is one of many treasures in this huge 5th Avenue museum
    $200 15
This student leader of the band marches with it
    $200 14
If an S.A.S.E. is requested, be sure to send one of these
    $200 23
Because its mouth is extremely wide, the swift can feed on insects while doing this
    $200 27
With the demise of "Party Girl", Swoosie Kurtz moved on to play Brooke Shields' mom on this series
    $300 3
In 1860 the Second Maori War broke out in this country
    $300 8
Arizona State University in this city boasts a museum of geology & an art museum
    DD: $400 16
1963 hit song heard here:
    $300 19
Many newspaper items come from this group, the AP for short
    $300 24
The kiwi is the only bird with these organs located at the tip of its beak
    $300 28
Cheers to this actress who played Mollie, the mom in the "Look Who's Talking" films
    $400 4
In 1989 this former Philippine leader died in exile in Hawaii
    $400 9
There's a model railroad museum in the Casa de Balboa in this 2nd-largest city on the U.S. Pacific coast
    $400 17
Pitched below the trumpet, the mellophone replaces this brass horn in the marching band
    $400 20
Formally dissolved in 1991, it's what the U.S.S.R. stood for
    $400 25
Usually a bee has this many more wings than a bird
    $400 29
As part of this film family, Anjelica Huston, as Morticia, gave birth to the mustachioed Pubert
    $500 5
In 1521 Martin Luther was summoned to the Diet of this city to renounce his beliefs
    $500 10
You'll find this Alabama city's museum of art at the Von Braun Civic Center
    $500 18
A popular 1889 Sousa march was commissioned for an awards ceremony at this newspaper
    $500 21
Biologically speaking, DNA is an abbreviation for this
    $500 26
Beehives are placed in some orchards specifically for this reason
    $500 30
She played Mrs. Gump, Forrest's momma

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Matthew Audrey Faith
$1,300 -$300 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Audrey Faith
$3,200 -$300 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

FOREIGN LITERATURE
PEOPLE
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
INVENTORS
TV NEWS
BLACK AMERICA
    $200 1
Reading the Iliad & Odyssey in their original language is this language to us
    $200 16
It's the nickname of Vice President Gore's wife, Mary Elizabeth
    $200 11
More than 80% of Algeria is covered by this desert
    $200 21
At age 7 this "Wizard Of Menlo Park" attended public school for 3 months -- his only formal education
    $200 30
Though Walter Cronkite retired at 65, this 65-year-old CBS anchorman, his successor, doesn't plan to
    $200 4
He's currently the only black justice on the Supreme Court
    $400 2
Pope John Paul II's poem "Easter Vigil 1966" was first published in this, his native language
    $400 17
As Elwood Blues, he hosts "The House of Blues Radio Hour"
    $400 12
Gwynedd & Clwyd are the northernmost counties in this country, part of the United Kingdom
    $400 22
In 1832 this telegraph inventor became professor of painting & sculpture at NYU
    $400 29
Because of the staged quality of these two 1996 events, TV may not cover them live in the year 2000
    $400 5
As TLC & Boyz II Men could tell you, it's singer-songwriter-producer Kenneth Edmonds' nickname
    $600 3
This author of "Crime and Punishment" wrote "The Idiot" while on the run from creditors
    $600 18
This "If It Makes You Happy" singer once sang back-up for Michael Jackson
    $600 13
Part of this South American country's city of La Paz lies in a canyon carved by the La Paz River
    $600 23
This sewing machine inventor's uncle Tyler invented the spring bed
    $600 28
In 1996 Rupert Murdoch, owner of this network, launched an all-news channel
    $600 9
This botanist donated his life savings to a research foundation at Tuskegee bearing his name
    $800 6
His "Eventyr, fortalte for Born", or "Fairy Tales, Told for Children" was published in 1835
    $800 19
In a 1996 ad campaign Nike ran this Seattle Mariner for president
    $800 8
This city became the capital of the Saud dynasty in the early 1800s
    $800 24
Eureka! This man who discovered the law of hydrostatics invented the compound pulley & the catapult
    $800 27
George Clooney boycotted "Entertainment Tonight" to protest this TV newsmagazine videotaping him
    $800 10
Arkansas' first woman director of the Department of Health, she became U.S. Surgeon General in 1993
    $1000 7
In due process you can tell us his "Der Prozess" was metamorphosed into English as "The Trial"
    $1000 20
Nick Park's "Wallace & Gromit" shorts have earned 3 Oscars using this film making process
    DD: $800 14
Bordered by Syria & Israel, this small country is only 135 miles long & 35 miles wide
    $1000 25
In 1929 this American launched the first instrument-carrying rocket
    $1000 26
Pat Buchanan & Michael Kinsley are 2 of the pundits who've been "caught in" this CNN debate show
    DD: $400 15
The modern civil rights movement began in 1955 when she refused to give up her seat on an Alabama bus

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matthew Audrey Faith
$7,600 $3,100 $6,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

RULERS
In 44 B.C. he was made dictator for life, a post abolished after he died the same year

Final scores:

Matthew Audrey Faith
$10,100 $2,100 $11,908
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Matthew Audrey Faith
$7,600 $3,100 $8,700
19 R,
2 W
12 R,
3 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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