Show #1954 - Thursday, February 18, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Mit Robertson, a senior from Tupelo, Mississippi

Lev Osherovich, a senior from Walnut Creek, California

Patricia Larash, a senior from Allentown, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 16th CENTURY
DISNEYLAND
ORGANIZATIONS
U.S. CITIES
COLORS
3-LETTER WORDS
    $100 1
This religious movement's name goes back to the fuss they kicked up at the 1529 Diet of Speyer
    $100 16
The theme song of this ride is "Yo-Ho, Yo-Ho—A Pirate's Life For Me"
    $100 6
Girls 12-14 years of age who belong to this organization are called Cadettes
    $100 11
It's known as "The Windy City"
    $100 21
West point & navy are 2 shades of this color
    $100 26
A style of dance, or something you do with a pencil on a table
    $200 2
James Burbage built this famous London theatre in 1599
    $200 17
Those "dying" to go through this attraction must do so in a "Doom Buggy"
    $200 7
VISTA was launched in 1964 as the domestic counterpart of this program
    $200 12
At 630 feet in height, this city's Gateway Arch is the tallest monument in the U.S.
    $200 22
A rich, creamy white hue is named for this prized bony material
    $200 27
Apply paint with short, poking strokes; just "a little" one "will do ya"
    $300 3
The people of Florence revolted May 17, 1527, driving out this ruling family
    $300 18
The 1st paddle-wheeler built in half a century is the steamboat Mark Twain, found in this "land"
    $300 8
This organization was founded in 1941 to provide American military personnel with social clubs
    $300 13
The U.S.S. Constellation, a nat'l historic landmark, is docket at Pier 1 in this Maryland city's harbor
    $300 23
It's synonymous with a village or town park
    $300 28
In boxing, it's a short, straight blow
    $400 4
Philip II of this country tried to invade England–didn't 'work
    $400 19
Michael Jackson stars as the commander of a spaceship in this 3-D film featured in Fantasyland
    $400 9
In 1990 this organization changed its name back to U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce
    $400 14
This second largest Nevada city was name for a Union general killed in the Civil War
    $400 24
This reddish-brown color is named for a spice you sometimes sprinkle on your toast
    $400 29
A type of pop music, or to have an informal talk
    $500 5
In 1511, before conquering Mexico, Cortes helped Velasquez conquer this island
    $500 20
The voice of Brer Bear on Splash Mountain was provided by the same actor who did it for this 1946 film
    $500 10
The order of de Molay, for young men 13-21, is sponsored by this fraternal organization
    DD: $800 15
The Pacific Science Center in this Northwest city was built for the 1962 world's fair
    $500 25
Having the shortest wavelength, it's at one end of the visible spectrum
    $500 30
A light stroke with the open hand, or a way to "stand"

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

Patricia Lev Mit
$600 $2,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patricia Lev Mit
$2,200 $1,800 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

NATURE
CLASSICAL MUSIC
LAW & GOVERNMENT
BODIES OF WATER
NOTABLE WOMEN
ENGLISH LITERATURE
    $200 21
This fruit of the oak tree varies in length from less than 1/2 inch to over 2 inches
    $200 1
In 1862 this "Lullaby" composer was rejected for a post as conductor in his native Hamburg
    $200 16
Should the president be impeached, this member of the Supreme Court would preside at the trial
    $200 11
The Gulf of California is an arm of this ocean
    $200 26
Some believe she was on a spy mission for FDR when her plane disappeared in 1937
    $200 6
This Jonathan Swift satire was 1st titled "Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World"
    $400 22
The main purpose of a flower's petals is to attract birds & insects to carry out this process
    $400 2
His "Bolero" was originally written in 1928 as a ballet
    $400 17
In most states you're no longer a minor once you reach this age
    $400 12
The Murray River forms much of the border between Victoria & New South Wales in this country
    $400 27
During WWI this French scientist was rushed to the front lines to X-ray wounded soldiers
    $400 7
Part of this 1926 A.A. Milne children's book is set in the Hundred Acre Wood
    $600 23
Once it closes its leaves, it takes 8 to 10 days for this plant of the Carolinas to digest an insect
    $600 3
This composer of "The Four Seasons" has been accused of writing the same concerto 500 times
    $600 18
Prior to 1977 this 12-month federal financial period began in July; now it begins in October
    $600 13
Some believe this sea derives its name from the father of Greek hero Theseus
    $600 28
On one of her last Underground Railroad trips into Maryland, she rescued her own parents
    $600 8
In this Dickens novel, Jack Dawkins is known as the Artful Dodger
    $800 24
Long-horned grasshoppers, which include katydids, have hearing organs in this unusual place
    $800 4
The success of his "The Marriage of Figaro" led to a commission for "Don Giovanni"
    $800 19
Usually a pardon is granted to an individual, while this is granted to a group
    $800 14
It's the largest body of fresh water entirely within the U.S.
    $800 29
This woman who guided Lewis & Clark has a river, peak & mountain pass named for her
    DD: $600 9
Mary Ann Evans wrote "Silas Marner" & many other novels using this pen name
    $1000 25
The outer skin of an oyster secretes this iridescent substance that lines the shell
    $1000 5
As a teen this Polish-French composer was given a diamond ring by Czar Alexander I after a concert
    $1000 20
Using this power, many governors can cancel parts of a bill while signing the rest into power
    $1000 15
The maximum depth of this largest Venezuelan lake is only 115 feet
    DD: $3,000 30
Rigoberta Menchu, a Mayan Indian from this country, was the winner of the 1992 Nobel Peace Prize
    $1000 10
This author of the Chronicles of Narnia taught medieval literature at Oxford & Cambridge

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patricia Lev Mit
$10,000 $7,000 $5,700

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION HISTORY
When this service hit the air August 1, 1981, the first act it presented was The Buggles

Final scores:

Patricia Lev Mit
$10,420 $14,000 $10,000
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patricia Lev Mit
$8,000 $6,900 $5,700
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
16 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
19 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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