Show #2701 - Monday, May 6, 1996

1996 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

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Geoff Hatchard, a senior from Reese, Michigan

Talisha Burton, a senior from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Julee Baber, a senior from Winchester, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
FAMILIAR PHRASES
STATE CAPITALS
POP MUSIC
SAINTS
FIRST NOVELS
(Alex: I will give you the title of the novel; you identify the author.)
    $100 22
The cockatiel is closely related to these other parrots with a similar name
    $100 17
Originally, smugglers said, "The coast is" this when there was no threat of interference from coastal guardians
    $100 1
When visiting this state capital, don't miss Six Flags Over Georgia, which is nearby
    $100 12
Entertainment Weekly reported the video for his "Scream" duet with sister Janet cost $7 million
    $100 6
In art Saint Agnes is often portrayed holding one of these young sheep, a symbol of innocence
    $100 7
"Treasure Island"
    $200 23
There are 3 living species of this marsupial, all members of the family Vombatidae
    $200 18
When you're really, really happy you're "on" this number "cloud"
    $200 2
This city is home to the University of Wisconsin's largest campus
    $200 13
Members of this "Joshua Tree" band began playing together as Dublin high school students
    $200 27
This saint was held prisoner for about a year in 1202 during a dispute between Assissi & Perugia
    $200 8
"Interview with the Vampire"
    $300 24
Though classified as a carnivore, this "giant" Chinese mammal feeds primarily on bamboo
    $300 19
The phrase "No news is" this dates at least as far back as the 1600s
    $300 3
It's about 60 miles northeast of Albuquerque
    $300 14
Her "All I Wanna Do" earned a Grammy as 1994's Record of the Year
    $300 28
Saint Malachy brought about this country's use of the Roman liturgy, instead of the Celtic
    $300 9
"The Catcher in the Rye"
    $400 25
These omnivores with masklike facial markings & bushy ringed tails can weight over 30 pounds
    $400 20
A person who shuts himself away from the outside world is said to live in an "ivory" one
    $400 4
The "Corner of Celebrities", a small area of this city, contains the homes of many historic Kentuckians
    $400 15
This group's tour was delayed in 1995 when drummer Bill Berry was struck by an aneurysm
    $400 29
Saint Bruno of Cologne was co-regent of this empire; his brother Otto I was emperor
    $400 10
"To Kill a Mockingbird"
    $500 26
The deer species of this parasite transmits Lyme disease to humans
    $500 21
Students of Latin know that a person who's not welcome is persona non this
    DD: $500 5
The 2 state capitals whose names start with "Mont"
    $500 16
Trent Reznor is the only permanent member of this band, NIN for short
    $500 30
This apostle, called Levi in Mark's gospel, is the patron of tax collectors
    $500 11
"The Bridges of Madison County"

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

Julee Talisha Geoff
$1,100 $1,100 -$100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julee Talisha Geoff
$1,600 $2,800 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

PLANTS & TREES
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
INVENTORS
THE MOVIES
ISLANDS
HISTORY
    $200 30
In North America the Scotch species of this tree is widely used as a Christmas tree
    $200 6
Most of this Ivy League's school's 380-acre campus lies just across the Charles River from Boston
    $200 21
The first important product from his Menlo Park, N.J. lab was the carbon telephone transmitter
    $200 11
In 1995 this 43-year-old actor played Bond, James Bond
    $200 16
This island just 2 miles off Italy's mainland is that country's largest administrative region
    $200 1
Declaration of Independence signer who proved lightning is electricity
    $400 29
The juice or gel in the leaves of this succulent perennial is used on insect bites & burns
    $400 7
From 1905 to 1947, this coeducational state University in Tallahassee was a college for women
    $400 22
This American's first steamboat was successfully tested in France on the Seine River in 1803
    $400 12
Odd Couple Jack Lemmon & Walter Matthau were bickering again in this 1995 sequel to "Grumpy Old Men"
    $400 17
The smallest of New York City's 5 boroughs shares its name with this island
    $400 2
In 27 B.C. Caesar Octavianus was given this title meaning "holy" or "consecrated" by the Roman Senate
    $600 28
The winged pairs of seeds this tree bears often resemble an airplane propeller
    $600 8
This school's athletic teams are known as the Buckeyes
    DD: $700 23
This man for whom a temperature scale is named established Britain's first physics lab
    DD: $2,000 13
He starred in the 1995 film that featured the prop seen here:
    $600 18
St. John's, the easternmost city in North America, lies on this Canadian island
    $600 3
This Macedonian named about 10 cities for himself & one for his horse Bucephalus
    $800 26
Species of this fiber-producing plant include American upland & Egyptian
    $800 9
Schools in this state include Clemson & the Citadel
    $800 24
In 1861, 9 years after creating an automatic safety elevator, he invented a steam-driven elevator
    $800 14
Tom Hanks told Premiere magazine he took home a jar of Tang as a souvenir from this movie
    $800 19
Large lakes in this nation include Lake Lanao on Mindanao Island & Laguna de Bay on Luzon
    $800 4
Between 1976 & 1989, this country's official name was Kampuchea
    $1000 27
The western sword species of this spore-bearing plant grows in the forest of the Pacific coast
    $1000 10
Undergraduates at this school near Palo Alto, Calif use the Green & Meyer Libraries
    $1000 25
He based his pin-tumbler cylinder lock on a mechanism developed by ancient Egyptians
    $1000 15
He's the voice of Buzz Lightyear
    $1000 20
A string of small islands known as Adam's Bridge stretches from India to this nearby island nation
    $1000 5
From 1278 to 1918, this dynasty ruled Austria

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julee Talisha Geoff
$8,200 $5,200 $6,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

DATES
The building of the Erie Canal, B&O Railroad & Washington Monument began on this date in different years

Final scores:

Julee Talisha Geoff
$10,000 $9,000 $11,500
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Julee Talisha Geoff
$6,800 $5,200 $8,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
14 R,
2 W
20 R,
3 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $20,000

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