Show #2873 - Wednesday, February 12, 1997

1997-A Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Brandon Frantz, a junior from Woodhaven, Michigan

Josh Den Hartog, a junior from Otley, Iowa

Fran Bigman, a junior from Richmond, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC BROTHERS
ASTROLOGY
WOMEN AUTHORS
POP-ROCK
ANNUAL EVENTS
4-LETTER WORDS
    $100 2
John Sherman is remembered for an antitrust act; this brother is remembered for a march to the sea
    $100 9
This sign represents very sensitive people who sometimes withdraw into their little "crab" shells
    $100 1
In a 1996 novel Jane Mendelsohn adopts the voice of this female aviator, lost on a desert island
    $100 10
With the release of 1991's "Too Legit To Quit", he dropped the M.C. from his name
    $100 26
Koreans pay honor to both parents May 8, sometimes the same day Americans honor this one
    $100 7
It's the "hair apparent" on a lion's or horse's neck
    $200 3
Brothers Nelson & Winthrop & their nephew Jay of this wealthy family all served as state governors
    $200 22
It's the most hircine sign of the Zodiac -- by the way, hircine means "goatlike"
    $200 6
Kim Wozencraft & Dorothy Uhnak used their experiences in this job to write crime novels
    $200 11
In 1996 this group featuring Bobby Brown reunited for a new album called "Home Again"
    $200 27
Its early April start & its late October end cause many missed appointments
    $200 15
To walk in shallow water
    $300 4
His brother Raul was his comrade in guerrilla warfare against Cuban dictator Batista
    $300 23
People born under this sign of the water carrier like to attain knowledge & then "pour it out" for others
    $300 14
You'll find all you need to know about Anne, Emily & Charlotte in Juliet Barker's 1,000-page bio of this family
    DD: $500 12
A 1994 album by this group features the song heard here:

"...I only wanna be with you..."
    $300 28
A communal dip in the Pacific January 1 in Vancouver, Canada is named for these Arctic animals
    $300 19
It precedes tough, loose & glider
    $400 5
After his brother Raul was arrested in 1995, he fled Mexico, which he'd governed 1988-1994
    $400 25
If this "arachnid" sign is yours, you're probably aggressive & dominant & should be quick on the buzzer
    $400 16
F. Scott Fitzgerald's wife, she based her 1932 novel "Save Me The Waltz" on their life together
    $400 13
"Mr. Jones" could tell you "Recovering The Satellites" is the second album by this Adam Duritz group
    $400 29
Mashpee, Massachusetts holds one of these American Indian conferences every July
    $400 20
Buss is a synonym for this 4-letter word that also ends in "ss"
    $500 8
Richard Wellesley, governor-general of India, had to settle for marquess; brother Arthur won this title
    $500 24
This sign of natural-born diplomats is represented by a pair of well-balanced scales
    $500 17
Sites associated with this author's heroine Anne of Green Gables are a tourist draw in eastern Canada
    $500 18
In 1996 this 13-year-old became an overnight sensation with her country hit "Blue"
    $500 30
Countries that celebrate these documents include Mexico on February 5 & the U.S. on September 17
    $500 21
To tightly roll up a flag or a sail

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Fran Josh Brandon
$800 $1,000 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Fran Josh Brandon
$4,000 $2,100 $1,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
SHAKESPEAREAN ACTORS
MEDICINE
PERIODICALS
MYTHOLOGY
FOREIGN TRAVEL
    $200 21
During his 16 months of treasonous activities, he used the name "Monk" when dealing with the British
    $200 26
At 15 she won a Golden Globe for "My So-Called Life"; at 16 she played Leonardo DiCaprio's Juliet
    $200 6
Among college students, it's known as the "kissing disease"
    $200 16
This magazine abbreviated "GH" features tips in "The Better Way" section
    $200 1
Some say these one-eyed giants were master craftsmen who worked for Hephaestus
    $200 11
This Bedouin transport also provides food, milk, clothing & fuel
    $400 22
In 1779 this pamphleteer was appointed clerk of the Pennsylvania assembly
    $400 27
He starred in "Coriolanus" in 1979; a few years later he was "Driving Miss Daisy"
    $400 7
Allan Cormack & Sir Godfrey Hounsfield shared the 1979 Nobel Prize for developing this medical scanner
    $400 17
In 1993 the Chicago Tribune launched Exito!, a weekly paper in this language
    $400 2
When he was depicted as a child god, Horus, son of this Egyptian goddess, was known as Harpokrates
    $400 12
From March to May Arctic Odysseys leads expeditions on these vehicles in the Baffin area
    $600 23
"If every nerve is not strained... the game is pretty near up", Washington wrote before this New Jersey battle
    $600 28
In 1995 he played Iago to Laurence Fishburne's Othello; in 1996 he starred in his own film of "Hamlet"
    DD: $3,500 8
Down's syndrome can be determined by analyzing this fluid enveloping the fetus in the womb
    $600 18
To help plan a museum of journalism, Peter Prichard quit in '94 as editor of this, "The Nation's Newspaper"
    $600 3
Homer described this wife of Zeus as "ox-eyed", which was supposed to be a compliment
    $600 13
It's the traditional color of London's double-decker buses
    $800 24
The British surrender at this N.Y. town near Freeman's Farm encouraged France to join the American side
    $800 29
He not only starred in but also directed "Looking For Richard", a film about "Richard III"
    $800 9
When testing new drugs, a control group is given this nonmedical substance made of sugar or a saline solution
    $800 19
Unions at this California city's Examiner & Chronicle went on strike in November 1994
    DD: $2,500 4
The Norns are the Norse counterparts of this Greco-Roman trio that determines human destinies
    $800 14
This capital's U-Bahn is a subway system with over 150 stations, including Friedrichstrasse & Alexanderplatz
    $1000 25
After the war, Congress voted this Prussian a pension of $2500; he became a U.S. citizen in 1783
    $1000 30
Helena Bonham Carter played Olivia in the 1996 film of this comedy subtitled "Or, What You Will"
    $1000 10
This Baltimore hospital named for its benefactor opened in 1889
    $1000 20
This edgy science magazine has ceased publication in favor of a completely online version
    $1000 5
The river god Cephissus was the father of this youth who fell in love with his own reflection in the water
    $1000 15
To get around Amsterdam you can rent one of these at the Centraal Station for about 7 guilders a day

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Fran Josh Brandon
$7,700 $12,200 $3,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICANS
A Pennsylvania city, a canal & a Great Lake are named for this tribe

Final scores:

Fran Josh Brandon
$3,199 $15,451 $6,600
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Fran Josh Brandon
$6,000 $9,100 $3,300
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
14 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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