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    $200 19
Petersen house where Lincoln died, is across the street from this theatre
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Show #1958 - Wednesday, February 24, 1993

1993 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

Nancy Dickmann, a senior from St. Louis, Missouri

Jesse Roach, a senior from Aiken, South Carolina

Lev Osherovich, a senior from Walnut Creek, California

Jeopardy! Round

WASHINGTON, D.C.
TV SONGS
(Alex: We will play you a piece of music; you have to identify the television program associated with that piece of music.)
GUINNESS RECORDS
FICTIONAL CHILDREN
LIQUIDS
RHYME TIME
    $100 18
This black granite memorial inscribed with over 57,000 names was dedicated in 1982
    $100 6
[Instrumental theme plays]
    $100 11
In 1990 a New Jersey couple grew the world's largest one of these, 816 lbs. 8 ozs.; holy Halloween!
    $100 13
Name shared by sisters of Hans Brinker & Hansel
    $100 1
Dry cleaning refers to garments washed in liquids other than this
    $100 26
A uncommon grizzly
    $200 19
Petersen house where Lincoln died, is across the street from this theatre
    $200 7
[Instrumental theme plays]
    $200 12
The largest of these wall paintings covers 95,442 sq. ft. of the Vegas World Hotel in Las Vegas
    $200 14
She & her grandmother are swallowed by a wolf, but a hunter later frees them
    $200 2
Humans have no problem consuming this insect-produced liquid because it's predigested
    $200 27
A talkative taxi driver
    $300 20
The NE, NW, SE & SW sections of the city come together at this building
    $300 8
[Instrumental theme plays]
    $300 23
A leopard can't change its spots but a Scotsman did covering 99% of his body with these to look like leopard skin
    $300 15
At 5, she goes to live on Alm Mountain in the Alps with her grandfather
    $300 3
Ascanio Sobrero discovered this liquid explosive in 1846
    $300 28
A washbasin in a "shocking" color
    DD: $500 21
Washington officially became the capital when the federal government moved from this city in 1800
    $400 9
[Instrumental theme plays]
    $400 24
In 1987 a record $1,160,000 was paid for a manuscript by this scientist explaining his relativity theory
    $400 16
This group of lads is led by Peter Pan
    $400 4
In the mid-1800s this petroleum product became a popular fuel for lamps
    $400 29
A handbook published yearly
    $500 22
This circular, white marble memorial stands among Japanese cherry trees on the Tidal Basin
    $500 10
[Instrumental opening plays] "Some people stand in the darkness / Afraid to step into the light / Some people need to have..."
    $500 25
In 1990 "Fast" Eddy McDonald achieved a record with this toy, completing 21,663 loops in 3 hours
    $500 17
For rescuing & taking care of this man Pinocchio is changed into a real boy
    $500 5
This liquid is the source of natural rubber
    $500 30
Precipitation "Down East"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Lev Jesse Nancy
$700 $600 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lev Jesse Nancy
$2,200 $500 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

JANUARY 1, 1993
GEOMETRY
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY PAIRS
HISTORIC NAMES
DRAMA
GOING TO THE DOGS
    $200 1
This country knocked 3 zeros off its pesos
    $200 6
2 straight lines in the same plane that never meet no matter how long they extend are said to be this
    $200 26
Kraft makes Nice N' Light, Light N' Lively & Shake 'n this
    $200 16
John XII was the youngest of these ever elected; he was only about 18
    $200 7
This Egyptian queen's name appears in the titles of plays by Shakespeare & Shaw
    $200 21
These "French" dogs don't have natural pompoms at the end of their tails; they're clipped that way
    $400 2
President Bush spent the day wishing happy new year to the U.S. troops in this country
    $400 12
Any triangle with an angle of more than 90° is this type of triangle, not acute
    $400 27
Cumberland Packing Corp. of Brooklyn fills the pink packages with this sugar substitute
    $400 17
He was a failure as a teenage farmer but became our greatest revolutionary orator
    $400 8
Town in "witch" Arthur Miller's "The Crucible" is set
    $400 22
Pointers assume a rigid stance & point out game after they've located it by using this sense
    $600 3
This college team became No. 1 by defeating the Miami Hurricanes 34-13 in the Sugar Bowl
    $600 13
Its surface area is 4 times the area of a circle, so the formula is 4 pi r2
    $600 28
Kid across America are stuck on its Band-Aids
    $600 18
When he was 17, this "great" czar deposed his half-sister Sophia & sent her to a convent
    $600 9
Tennessee Williams based this play on his short story "Portrait of a Girl in Glass"
    $600 23
Many articles on whippets compare them to these racing dogs, believed to be their ancestors
    DD: $1,500 4
These 2 countries came into existence
    $800 14
A straight line having 1 point in common with a circle is said to be this to the circle
    $800 29
With its contact lenses & solutions, this Rochester, N.Y. firm is a site for sore eyes
    $800 19
As a teenager this future "Liberator" left Venezuela in 1799 to finish his schooling in Europe
    $800 10
At the end of this Chekhov play, the butler lies dying as an axe is heard offstage felling trees
    $800 24
Of the 3 recognized breeds of setter, the one that often has a solid red coat
    $1000 5
Robert Eaton took over as this automaker's CEO
    $1000 15
There is plane geometry, solid geometry & this kind in which you draw graphs
    $1000 30
This company's new Ivory Ultra safe skin care bar breaks over 100 years of tradition⁠—it doesn't float
    DD: $400 20
Henry VIII married Jane Seymour 11 days after he had this wife beheaded
    $1000 11
In a tragedy by Sophocles, this title character buries her brother though Creon forbids it
    $1000 25
Englishman Robert Brook introduced these sporting dogs to the American colonies in 1650⁠—tallyho!

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lev Jesse Nancy
$6,600 $5,000 $8,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

GEMS
The Star of Africa is a diamond & the Star of India is one of these

Final scores:

Lev Jesse Nancy
$0 $5,000 $3,999
3rd place: $5,000 Finalist 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Lev Jesse Nancy
$6,600 $6,500 $9,700
18 R,
2 W
15 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $22,800

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