Show #2704 - Thursday, May 9, 1996

1996 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Amanda Goad, a junior from Richmond, Virginia

Lawson Fite, a senior from Vancouver, Washington

Carmen Abrazado, a senior from Governors Island, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

1995
CELEBRITY ASTROLOGY
SPORTS
AROUND THE HOUSE
WORLD POTPOURRI
FIRST____LAST
(Alex: You have to supply the missing element.)
    $100 6
France drew worldwide protests in September by doing this at the Mururoa Atoll
    $100 26
His wife Nicole Kidman could tell you if he's a real homebody, like other Cancerians
    $100 1
In January 1996 this team beat the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 to win its 3rd Super Bowl in 4 years
    $100 21
This hot spot is usually found under a mantel
    $100 11
On March 17 Dubliners celebrate the feast day of this saint with music & a parade
    $100 16
Tom____Harry
    $200 7
This city's subway was hit by a nerve gas attack March 20, 1995
    $200 27
This ventriloquist was born January 17 under the sign of the goat, not the sign of the Lamb Chop
    $200 2
This Disney-owned hockey team earned its first victory October 13, 1993, defeating Edmonton 4-3
    $200 22
Common name for a "flotation sleep system"
    $200 12
Barcelona's Maritime Museum includes a map made by this man for whom America is named
    $200 17
Hop____jump
    DD: $400 8
In March Dr. Norman E. Thagard became the first American to board this space station
    $300 28
Women born under this "bullish" sign, like Michelle Pfeiffer, are known for their beauty
    $300 3
In 1995 Pete Sampras won his 3rd Wimbledon singles title & she won her 6th
    $300 23
These may squeak when a tread rubs against a riser
    $300 13
Most flights to this country land at Ben-Gurion International Airport
    $300 18
Signed ____
delivered
    $400 9
One of the early dropouts of the 1996 presidential race was this California governor in September
    $400 29
Though Chevy Chase was born under this sign of balance & equilibrium, he's known for his pratfalls
    $400 4
In the Olympics it consists of horseback riding, fencing, swimming, pistol shooting & cross country running
    $400 24
The induction glasstop type of this common kitchen appliance uses magnetic energy
    $400 14
This country is one of the few with 2 capitals: La Paz & Sucre
    $400 19
Life ____ the pursuit of happiness
    $500 10
On January 31 the president offered this country $20 billion in aid
    $500 30
People born under this chaste sign, like Jason Priestley & Gloria Estefan, are perfectionists
    $500 5
In 1995 this man who guided the Seattle Mariners to the playoffs was the American League Manager of the Year
    $500 25
2-word name for the decorative bedding that covers the box spring of your mattress set & hangs down
    $500 15
When visiting Macao, it might help to know a little Chinese & this European language; it's official
    $500 20
Athos ____ Aramis

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

Carmen Lawson Amanda
$300 $2,700 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carmen Lawson Amanda
$2,600 $3,700 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

TEENS OF THE PAST
AMERICANA
POETS & POETRY
FOOD
LAKES & RIVERS
FISH
    $200 21
When Ptolemy XIII & this sister ascended the Egyptian throne, he was 10 & she was about 18
    $200 16
Though its name sounds diminutive, it's the largest city in Arkansas
    $200 11
This poet's farm in Derry, New Hampshire was purchased for him by his paternal grandfather
    $200 6
With prime rib, you might serve this vegetable baked or twice-baked
    $200 22
This river was "locked up" to form a seaway between Montreal & Lake Ontario
    $200 1
The name of this fierce ocean fish comes from barraco, meaning "protruding tooth"
    $400 27
This 16-year-old didn't have a "Terrible" reputation yet when he was crowned Czar of Russia in 1547
    $400 17
A middle school in this state capital was named for Marie Drake, who wrote the lyrics to Alaska's state song
    $400 12
In 1674 Milton redivided this poem about the fall of man into 12 books instead of the original 10
    $400 7
Melanzana is the Italian name for this purple vegetable that can be served "parmigiana"
    $400 23
Its largest tributary, the Rio Negro, is called the Guainia in Colombia
    $400 2
This popular pet, Carassius auratus, is olive green in its natural state
    DD: $1,000 28
Born near Bel Air, Maryland in 1838, this future assassin made his stage debut at age 17
    $600 18
The California dog-face type of this is California's state insect
    $600 13
In this Chaucer work, 29 pilgrims gather at the Tabard Inn
    $600 8
This southern side dish is made by simmering ground hominy with milk or water
    $600 24
The name of Bras d'Or, a lake in Nova Scotia, comes from the name of this nearby peninsula
    $600 3
The basking variety of this cartilaginous fish may reach 43 feet in length
    $800 29
She was a teenage governess in her native Poland before she moved to Paris & became a physicist
    $800 19
A Rhode Island bay is named for these Indians whose name means "people of the small point"
    $800 14
In Great Britain John Masefield served in this post 37 years, longer than anyone except Tennyson
    $800 9
Unsweetened cocoa powder is the classic coating for these fungus-shaped chocolates
    DD: $1,100 25
The first naval battle between American & British forces took place on this lake October 11, 1776
    $800 4
Pipefish are members of the same family as these equine fish
    $1000 30
Ferdinando, a member of this ruling family of Florence, became a cardinal when he was only 14
    $1000 20
At 8,751 feet, Guadalupe Peak is the highest point in this big state
    $1000 15
In 1924 he published "The New Spoon River", a sequel to a 1915 work
    $1000 10
Whether served hot or cold, this Russian beet soup should always be garnished with sour cream
    $1000 26
The Congo River's other name, it's from a native word for river, making it the River River
    $1000 5
Native to Asia, the "walking" type of this fish was discovered near Palm Beach in 1967

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carmen Lawson Amanda
$6,600 $8,500 $8,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
This North Carolina city was the 1st in the U.S. to name itself after the Marquis de Lafayette

Final scores:

Carmen Lawson Amanda
$500 $3,500 $11,200
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carmen Lawson Amanda
$6,200 $8,500 $9,600
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
20 R,
0 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,300

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