Show #2870 - Friday, February 7, 1997

1997-A Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Justin Powell, a junior from Charleston, South Carolina

Brian Joseph, a senior from Great Neck, New York

Fran Bigman, a junior from Richmond, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CRUSADES
ETIQUETTE
COMPUTERS
ACTORS & ROLES
ALL ABOUT RIVERS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 13
Peter the Hermit, like Sancho Panza, rode one of these animals through France rousing the peasants
    $100 1
You may write "No Gifts, Please" on invitations to this event at which you receive your diploma
    $100 21
Mattel Media has created a program that lets the user design fashions for this doll
    $100 8
In 1996 this funny man played "The Cable Guy"
    $100 2
To rafters, rapids are known by this 2-word term
    $100 9
Tartar,
Tabasco,
Worcestershire
    $200 17
Some orders of these were Teutonic, Templar & of St. John
    $200 4
If a prom date gives you one of these floral accessories, you must wear it or at least pin it to your purse
    $200 22
Hewlett-Packard, Epson & Canon all make the ink-jet variety of these peripherals
    $200 10
In the movie "I.Q." Walter Matthau portrayed this famous scientist
    $200 3
The rills, streams & brooks that feed a river are called these
    $200 14
Folders,
Income Tax
Returns,
Your Nails
    $300 18
Kings Baldwin I & II were Christian rulers of this holy Mideastern city
    $300 6
Of powdering your nose, applying lipstick, or combing your hair, the one you shouldn't do at a restaurant table
    $300 25
This company describes its pentium chip as "The Computer Inside"
    DD: $500 11
Bewitching title role currently played on prime time by the actress seen here:
(Melissa Joan Hart)
    $300 5
On an average day the Mississippi dumps over 1 million metric tons of this into the Gulf of Mexico
    $300 15
Babbo Natale,
Le Pere Noel,
Kriss Kringle
    $400 23
Leading the third Crusade, this English king captured Cyprus
    $400 29
If an elevator is crowded, a gentleman needn't remove this when a lady enters
    $400 26
The "app" in "killer app" stands for this
    $400 12
He played the Joker in 1989's "Batman" & in 1994 turned into a "Wolf"
    $400 7
You may be waiting for the Robert E. Lee on a natural one of these raised river banks created by flood waters
    $400 19
Walking,
Bicycle,
Bermuda
    $500 24
During the third Crusade, Saladin, sultan of Egypt & Syria, made this Syrian city his headquarters
    $500 30
In weddings, small boys may serve as train bearers, or as this more common type of "bearer"
    $500 27
This North Sioux City, S.D. mail order computer maker issues a MasterCard with a cowhide print on it
    $500 16
Kimberly Williams, from the "Father of the Bride" movies plays Isabel on this Saturday night TV drama
    $500 28
Unlike a delta, it's a deep, broad mouth of a river; the Amazon's stretches several hundred miles upstream
    $500 20
Bubbles,
A Whistle,
A test you
didn't study for

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

Fran Brian Justin
$900 $300 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fran Brian Justin
$1,600 $2,800 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

ASTRONOMY & SPACE
FLOWERS
AROUND THE WORLD
U.S. HISTORY
NOVELS & NOVELISTS
WORDS TO THE WISE
    $200 25
From Earth, this planet's 100,000 or so ringlets appear as just 3 broad rings
    $200 8
Convallarin, a heart stimulant, is obtained from this flower "of the valley"
    $200 13
The strait at South America's southern tip is named for this explorer who discovered it
    $200 6
The U.S. added the Badlands of South Dakota through this acquisition of land
    $200 1
She published a romantic novel called "Valperga" in 1823, 5 years after giving birth to "Frankenstein"
    $200 21
"People who fight fire with fire usually end up with ashes" is good advice from this "dear" columnist
    $400 26
British scientists announced that they had found organic material in a second meteorite from this planet
    $400 9
The berrylike fruit, or hip, of this thorny bush is an important source of vitamin C
    $400 14
Residents of this Italain city refer to it as Firenze
    $400 7
Passed in 1913, the 17th Amendment allows for the direct election of these members of Congress
    $400 2
His novel "Nicholas Nickleby" was first published in serial form in "Bentley's Miscellany"
    $400 22
This Calcutta nun said, "There is a net of love by which you can catch souls"
    $600 27
In 1996 the sun went an exceptional 36 days without a visible one of these dark patches
    $600 18
As its name suggests, the flowers of this climbing plant open in the A.M. & often close by afternoon
    DD: $2,000 15
In 1822 Dom Pedro declared Brazil's independence from this country
    $600 10
Following his "Gospel of Wealth", this steel magnate gave away over $350 million
    $600 3
Alfred de Vigny's historical novel "Cinq-Mars" concerns a 17th century plot against this French cardinal
    $600 23
The caution "Don't Trust Anybody Over" this age came out of Berkeley in the 1960s
    $800 28
Scientists conjecture that this gas giant's moon Europa may sustain an icy ocean
    DD: $2,000 19
This state flower of Kansas is thought to have originated in South America
    $800 16
The national name of this country is Magyar Koztarsasag
    $800 11
When the market for this crop bottomed out in the 1870s, central Floridian farmers began growing oranges
    $800 4
An immigrant named Jurgis Rudkus is the leading character in his "meaty" novel "The Jungle"
    $800 24
This Tennessee frontiersman's motto was "Be always sure you're right -- then go ahead"
    $1000 29
In April 1997 one of these named Hale-Bopp will be among the brightest objects in the night sky
    $1000 20
Spider, irregular incurve & pompon are types of this symbol of Japan
    $1000 17
The Solidarity monument in this Polish port city honors workers killed during the 1970 shipyard strikes
    $1000 12
Named for 3 cities, this railway connected Kansas to California
    $1000 5
A Cavalier falls in love with a Roundhead's daughter in "Peveril of the Peak" by this "Ivanhoe" author
    $1000 30
"Say you're sorry when you hurt somebody" is one of his lessons taken from kindergarten

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fran Brian Justin
$10,600 $4,200 $10,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC GEOGRAPHY
The former kingdom of Saxony is now located in this country

Final scores:

Fran Brian Justin
$7,100 $0 $8,001
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Fran Brian Justin
$8,000 $4,200 $9,900
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
13 R,
2 W
27 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $22,100

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