Show #1033 - Wednesday, February 15, 1989

1989 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Ryan Godfrey, a senior from Glendale, Arizona

Matt Pearson, a senior from Utica, Michigan

Eric Newhouse, a junior from Sioux City, Iowa

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Jeopardy! Round

STATE NAMES
FOOD
MUSICALS IN OTHER WORDS
CONSTELLATIONS
GAMES
TV TRANSPORTATION
    $100 11
Literally, this Hoosier state is the "land of the Indians"
    $100 25
Guinness says the longest of these ever made contained 20,000 bananas & 3 1/2 tons of ice cream
    $100 22
"Merry-Go-Round"
    $100 20
The constellation Cancer is represented by this marine animal
    $100 3
He created a "magic strategy game" & a "magic picture game" as well as a cube
    $100 24
B.J. McKay ran Bear Enterprises, a company specializing in this type of transportation
    $200 12
Previously named for France's Charles IX, these 2 states were renamed for England's Charles I
    $200 26
Chocolate Cookiesaurus cookies are shaped like these & hungry kids make them extinct
    $200 30
"Felines"
    $200 14
This many constellations are officially recognized, the same number as keys on a piano
    $200 4
To play "hot potato" you have to do this to the potato until the music stops
    $200 23
Mrs. King 1st met him in a train depot
    $300 13
It's name is probably from the Algonquian for "great river"
    $300 21
This fine sugar is often used to make icing
    $300 29
"Miss Oakley Grab That Firearm"
    $300 1
This constellation is named for the brothers Castor & Pollux of Greek mythology
    $300 5
"Squad Leader", "Panzer Leader" & "Patton's Best" are all games based on this war
    $300 15
While Batman had the Batmobile, Batgirl has this
    $400 9
Since the Spanish discovered this state on Easter Sunday, 1513, they called it "Flowery Easter"
    $400 17
A South American mountain range, or a brand of mints you might munch on in the mountains
    $400 27
"Greetings, Mrs. Levi!"
    $400 2
The scientific names of all constellations are in this language
    $400 6
Shakespeare's tragic Moor might have enjoyed this strategy game that shares his name
    $400 18
Latka Gravas fixed these for a living
    $500 10
It's not certain from where this New England state got its name, but it wasn't from the Indians
    $500 16
The American Institute for Cancer Research suggests eating this type of natural rice
    $500 28
"The 46th State!"
    $500 8
Major stars of a constellation are usually given Greek letters in alphabetical order according to this
    $500 7
The "Master Detective" version of this game has more suspects, more weapons & more rooms
    DD: $1,500 19
For 25 years this British TV hero has traveled in the vehicle seen here:

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Eric Matt Ryan
$2,400 $1,300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Matt Ryan
$5,800 $1,900 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
FIRST LADIES
EUROPE
NURSERY RHYMES
NUCLEAR PHYSICS
HODGEPODGE
    $200 3
In 1520 this explorer found a strait just north of Tierra del Fuego
    $200 30
She was valedictorian of her high school class in Plains, Georgia
    $200 1
Though this city has representatives in West Germany's Bundestag, its citizens cannot vote
    $200 22
When Simple Simon met the pieman, he was going to this event
    $200 28
Nuclear energy is released when this part of the atom is split
    $200 29
In 1988 this nautical character wore a Santa suit on boxes of his Christmas Crunch cereal
    $400 2
In full armor, sword in one hand, banner of Castile in the other, he waded into the Pacific in 1513
    $400 26
Martha Washington is buried at this national shrine in Fairfax County, Virginia
    $400 7
You must pass the Matura exam to attend one of this country's universities in Graz, Salzburg or Innsbruck
    $400 21
The answer to this question is "3 bags full"
    $400 17
Radioactive elements give off three kinds of rays named for these Greek letters
    $400 27
L.A.'s Universal Studios is opening a terrifying new attraction, a simulated 8.5 one of these
    $600 4
In 1487 Bartolomeu Dias rounded the southern tip of this continent
    DD: $800 11
Aaron Burr introduced this lady to our future 4th president
    DD: $1,000 8
Common name of the treaty the Soviet Union & 6 of its satellites signed in Poland in May 1955
    $600 20
"Hickety pickety, my black hen, she" does this "for gentlemen"
    $600 16
Martin Klaproth named this element he discovered in 1789 in honor of a planet found 8 years earlier
    $600 25
By itself it's a gait; with "fox" or "turkey", it's a dance
    $800 5
This noted sponsor of explorers was the 3rd son of Portugal's King John I
    $800 12
Tina Turner said this glamorous first lady was always her role model
    $800 9
The state of N.J. was named after the island of Jersey in this group between England & France
    $800 19
As far as we know, it's the only thing that conceited Little Jack Horner ever said
    $800 15
If an element has 26 protons, 30 neutrons & 26 electrons, this is its atomic number
    $800 24
In ice skating, examples of these include the Lutz, the double Lutz & spreadeagled Lutz
    $1000 6
Founded in 1608 by Champlain as a fur trading post, it was the capital city of New France
    $1000 14
Mary Tyler Moore played this Mary in a 1988 TV miniseries
    $1000 10
The names of its 3 official languages are both found within the name of this Eastern Bloc country
    $1000 18
"As I was going to St. Ives, I met a man with" this many wives
    $1000 13
It occurs in the core of a reactor when the cooling system fails & temperatures rise above 5,000º F.
    $1000 23
Anthony Kennedy has replaced Lewis F. Powell in this job

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Eric Matt Ryan
$12,800 $5,700 $8,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICANA
The 1st of these to fly officially in the U.S. was raised at Fort McHenry at 12:01 A.M. July 4, 1960

Final scores:

Eric Matt Ryan
$16,201 $11,400 $15,782
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Eric Matt Ryan
$11,600 $5,300 $8,100
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $25,000

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