Show #3267 - Tuesday, November 17, 1998

1998 Teen Reunion Tournament preliminary game 2.
From the Wang Center for the Performing Arts in Boston, Massachusetts.

Contestants

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Sascha Dublin, a Ph.D. candidate from Seattle, Washington

David Javerbaum, a Harvard graduate whose musical was produced off-Broadway originally from Maplewood, New Jersey

Amy Wilson, a college writer from Baltimore, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
ON THE COVER OF ROLLING STONE
DECADES
ENDANGERED SPECIES
NEW FOOD PRODUCTS
PEOPLE IN HISTORY
    $100 11
Over its 2,340-mile course, this river forms the boundary or part of the boundary of 9 states
    $100 21
He appeared alone on Rolling Stone's first cover November 9, 1967 & nude with Yoko a year later
    $100 6
Hurricane Andrew hits Florida
    $100 24
The endangered red variety of this animal once ranged from the Atlantic to Texas
    $100 1
Introduced in 1982, it used the slogan "Just for the taste of it"
    $100 16
Talleyrand resigned from this emperor's service in 1807 & began intriguing against him
    $200 12
It's the largest body of fresh water lying entirely within the USA
    $200 22
The stars of this sitcom, including Jason Alexander, hit the yellow brick road for the 1998 30th anniversary cover
    $200 7
"I Love Lucy" premieres
    $200 25
It's the dark endangered species seen here
    $200 2
A syrup named for this "Mrs." was introduced in 1961; a pancake mix with her name on it came out in 1982
    $200 17
Her husband, Franklin, was the godson of her father, Elliott
    $300 13
Colorado's Mount Elbert in the Sawatch range is this mountain system's tallest peak
    $300 23
He should get some "Satisfaction" knowing he's been on the cover more times than anyone else
    DD: $900 8
Last time a man walked on the moon
    $300 26
In 1941 there were less than 2 dozen of this type of crane in North America
    $300 3
Frank Epperson created it in 1923 when he pulled lemonade frozen onto a spoon out of a glass
    $300 18
Drunk or sober, no one dared call this hatchet-wielding saloon smasher "Old Hatchet-Face"
    $400 14
Francisco de Ortega is credited with discovering this strait leading into San Francisco Bay
    $400 29
Anthony Kiedis went solo for a 1994 cover & appeared with this group on a '95 cover
    $400 9
Ferdinand Marcos leaves the Philippines for the last time
    $400 27
This endangered species of brown bear can grow to a height of 8 feet
    $400 4
In 1993 Hershey introduced these white & milk chocolate treats as a companion to its Kisses
    $400 19
Besides founding Pennsylvania, he found time to father more than 10 children
    $500 15
This 113-mile sand bar along Texas' Gulf Coast is the state's largest island
    $500 30
"Nothing Compares" to this singer seen on covers in 1990 & '91, & with even less hair in '92
    $500 10
Chinese Nationalist government flees to Taiwan
    $500 28
Use of pesticides like DDT have been a major cause of this type of falcon's decline
    $500 5
In 1998 Frito-Lay introduced this line of olean-containing chips nationwide
    $500 20
"The people made the Constitution and the people can unmake it", said this fourth chief justice

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

Amy David Sascha
$900 $2,400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Amy David Sascha
$1,200 $5,900 $900

Double Jeopardy! Round

CAMBRIDGE (THE OTHER ONE)
(Alex: Not the one here!)
BOSTON TV
WHAT'S THE CURRENCY?
WOOD WORDS
BERNSTEINS
DR. SEUSS MEETS THE BARD
(Alex: You have to identify the play written by Dr. Seuss)
    $200 16
This lord & poet known for his licentious behavior actually kept a pet bear at Cambridge
    $200 6
Everybody knows the name of this long-running sitcom inspired by Boston's Bull & Finch Pub
    $200 26
This is worth 100 pence
    $200 1
An item in a political platform, or a bad way off a pirate ship
    $200 11
Jodie Bernstein, consumer protection head for the FTC, helped kill this animal symbol of Reynolds Tobacco
    $200 17
"To be, or not to be: for soon there will be no more me"
    $400 22
This 1929 graduate acted at Cambridge long before hosting "Masterpiece Theatre"
    $400 7
Its staff included doctors Donald Westphall, Mark Craig & Victor Ehrlich
    $400 27
This is equal to 100 pfennigs
    $400 2
Get on the pirate ship, or a place for a company officer to sit
    $400 12
In the '50s Walter Bernstein joined other Hollywood writers on this most unwanted list
    $400 18
"Kiss me, Kate, though you're a meanie; now go cook some spaghettini!"
    $600 23
This lord protector studied at Sidney Sussex College, & now his head is buried there
    $600 8
Dylan McDermott heads up a small Boston law firm on this Emmy-winning drama
    $600 28
This equals 100 sen
    $600 3
Cutting trees down, or a word that describes the Frankenstein monster's walk
    $600 13
Socialist Eduard Bernstein revised Karl Marx' ideas but stayed friends with this Marx pal & collaborator
    $600 19
"My only love sprung from my only hate! O! Why can't I find a better date?"
    DD: $3,500 24
Though he was an Oxford graduate, he was selected to design the library at Trinity College in the 1670s
    $800 9
Richard Ruccolo, Ryan Reynolds & Traylor Howard stick together through thick & thin crust on this sitcom
    $800 29
100 kopecks make up this
    $800 4
A measure of firewood, or a string you can use to bind it
    $800 14
In 1988 Leonard Bernstein's 70th birthday gala was held at this music center in the Berkshires
    $800 20
"Out, darned Spot! Out, I say! I can't make this blood go away!"
    $1000 25
In the early 1500s this Dutch humanist taught Greek at Cambridge
    $1000 10
This Robert Urich series about a Boston detective was based on books by Robert B. Parker
    $1000 30
This is equal to 100 centessimi
    $1000 5
A long, squared-off piece of wood used in construction, or to smile ear-to-ear
    $1000 15
Henry Bernstein wrote a powerful play about this Biblical-era heroine who cut off Holofernes' head
    DD: $1,500 21
"I lov'd not wisely but too well; killed my wife, that's just not swell"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Amy David Sascha
$3,400 $15,400 $10,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SPORTS & RECREATION
Pioneered by pro hockey player Scott Olsen, it had 3 million U.S. participants in 1989 & has 30 million now

Final scores:

Amy David Sascha
$0 $20,801 $400
3rd place: $5,000 Possible finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Amy David Sascha
$3,400 $14,300 $7,700
10 R,
0 W
34 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $25,400

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