Show #2189 - Thursday, February 24, 1994

1994 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Peter Steffen, a senior from New Hampton, Iowa

Paul Loeffler, a senior from Los Banos, California

Matt Morris, a senior from Louisville, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
THE OSCARS
19th CENTURY FASHION
NATURE
AMERICANA
"UP"s & "DOWN"s
    $100 6
When asked the whereabouts of Abel, he replied, "I know not: am I my brother's keeper"
    $100 5
This Steven Spielberg film about Peter Pan received a 1992 nomination for "Best Costume Design"
    $100 18
Part of the body around which a cravat is worn
    $100 12
Growing up to 65 feet these parts of a raffia palm are the longest on any plant
    $100 11
Nevada's Carson River is named for him
    $100 19
It's most often a nickname for Australia
    $200 8
Before his ministry, Jesus is believed to have practiced this trade taught to him by Joseph
    $200 4
In 1992 this Disney film became the first animated feature ever nominated for "Best Picture"
    $200 27
One of the tallest of the top hats; honest Abe was known for his
    $200 14
Among birds, hummingbirds are considered the most important in carrying out this process between plants
    $200 13
There's an exhibit devoted to this late Muppeteer in Leland, Mississippi, near his birthplace
    $200 20
It's another term for a square dance
    $300 7
Some of these mentioned in the Bible are Horeb, Carmel & Olives
    $300 1
This actor won as "Best Director" for "Dances with Wolves", his directorial debut
    $300 28
He put the blue in blue jeans
    DD: $600 24
Developed from buried peat deposits, lignite is the first stage in the formation of this fuel
    $300 15
This city is home to the Doo Dah Parade & the Tournament of Roses Parade
    $300 21
Any article of clothing you might pass on to a younger sibling
    $400 9
In addition to 6 sons, Leah bore him a daughter, Dinah
    $400 2
"Somewhere In My Memory" from this 1990 Macaulay Culkin film was nominated for "Best Song"
    $400 29
A crinoline was used to stretch these garments to about 5 feet wide
    $400 25
Most breeds of domestic duck are descended from this common wild variety
    $400 16
Kellogg's cereals made this Michigan city the "Breakfast Food City"
    $400 22
The Apache & Paiute Indians used brush & matting to make this simple hut
    $500 10
"To every thing there is a season", begins a famous passage from this book
    $500 3
Bruce Joel Rubin won an Oscar for writing this 1990 film in which Whoopi Goldberg played a medium
    $500 30
Popular styles of these included Hessian, jockey & Wellington
    $500 26
While weevils are a destructive type of this insect, the ladybird is considered beneficial
    $500 17
The first English colony in what's now this state was the Popham Settlement near the mouth of the Kennebec River
    $500 23
"Beacon Hill" was similar to this British TV series about a wealthy family & its servants

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

Matt Paul Peter
$2,100 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Paul Peter
$2,400 $1,700 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

HAIL TO THE CHIEF
COMPUTERS
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES
CANADA
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE
    $200 6
His disputed electoral victory earned him the nickname "Rutherfraud"
    $200 25
Device you use to click & drag
    $200 30
They're made of "frogs and snails and puppy-dogs' tails"
    $200 21
Read all about it! It's an unscheduled edition of a newspaper printed when big news breaks
    $200 1
Canada produces millions of gallons of this sweet syrup every year, more than any other country
    $200 13
An outline of this sculpted monument appears on South Dakota license plates
    $400 5
He succeeded Thomas Jefferson as president of the U.S. & as rector of the University of Virginia
    $400 26
A monitor's resolution is measured in the number of these on the screen; a common one is 640 X 480
    $400 17
"Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold, pease porridge in the pot", this many "days old"
    $400 20
In 1993 this city's Herald won a Pulitzer gold medal for reporting on Hurricane Andrew
    $400 2
The musical ride is a spectacular display of horsemanship performed by these police
    $400 14
In the Roman calendar, this day fell on the 15th of March, May, July & Oct., & on the 13th of other months
    $600 3
For his efforts in founding the League of Nations, he was awarded the 1919 Nobel Peace Prize
    $600 27
To turn a computer into a multimedia machine; one of these players is added
    $600 12
At the end of the Grimms' version of the story, pigeons peck out the eyes of her stepsisters
    $600 22
In 1974 this Radnor, Penn.-based magazine became the first weekly to sell a billion copies in a year
    $600 4
This city in British Columbia is Canada's busiest port
    $600 11
On Dec. 7, 1991 about 2,000 veterans of this event gathered for a 50th anniversary reunion
    $800 7
A few weeks after his birth, his mother wrote, "He is very large of his age and grows fat every day"
    $800 28
It's considered fragmented when the spaces it allocates to a file are not contiguous, but scattered
    DD: $2,000 15
Born in a flower, her cradle was a polished walnut shell
    $800 23
Now edited by Helen Gurley Brown, this magazine began in Rochester, N.Y. in 1886
    $800 9
The annual Calgary Stampede in this province is world-famous for its chuck wagon races
    $800 18
On Oct. 31, 1961 his name was removed from Moscow's Red Square; his body was removed a day later
    DD: $2,000 8
After his fiancee Anne Coleman died, he apparently vowed never to marry, & he never did
    $1000 29
The main or baseboard of most computers, it has expansion slots to extend the computer's capabilities
    $1000 16
This character created by Antoine de Saint-Exupery came to Earth from an asteroid
    $1000 24
Harrison Salisbury, once this newspaper's Moscow correspondent, died in July 1993
    $1000 10
Over 15 of the islands in the Northwest Territories are larger than this island, Canada's smallest province
    $1000 19
This great king of the Franks was probably born in Aachen in what is now Germany in 742

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Matt Paul Peter
$5,600 $6,300 $7,300

Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS WOMEN
A 1953 graduate of Mount St. Vincent College in NYC, she was a world leader 1986-1992

Final scores:

Matt Paul Peter
$3,600 $2,600 $4,600

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Matt Paul Peter
$7,600 $6,900 $6,300
21 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
13 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W

Combined Coryat: $20,800

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