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    $800 4
This Mississippi author's 1954 novel "A Fable" is an allegory of the story of Jesus
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Show #2705 - Friday, May 10, 1996

1996 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

Jodi Sangster, a junior from Bartlesville, Oklahoma

Penelope Pajel, a senior from Hazard, Kentucky

Ben Healy, a junior from Hinsdale, Illinois

Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC HOMES
FOOD PHRASES
MYTHOLOGY
ODDS & ENDS
GENERAL SCIENCE
CHARACTERS IN DISNEY FILMS
    $100 7
He built Poplar Forest, a home near Lynchburg, Virginia, as a retreat from the hubbub at Monticello
    $100 12
The saying "That's the way" this "crumbles" became popular in the fabulous '50s
    $100 1
In Greek mythology, Bellerophon tried to fly to Olympus on this horse
    $100 6
The Fighting Irish play football for this university
    $100 20
There are 3 fundamental states of matter on our planet: solid, liquid & this
    $100 26
Happy,
the Queen's
huntsman,
the Magic Mirror
    $200 8
This 19th century nurse's huge home in Glen Echo, Maryland is a national historic site
    $200 14
Someone who has other things to do may say, "I have other" this "to fry"
    $200 2
After his sight was restored, this hunter lived on Crete with Artemis
    $200 18
The rarely heard words to this presidential song come from a Sir Walter Scott poem
    $200 21
Phytology was an early term for this science, the study of plants
    $200 27
Faline,
Flower,
Thumper
    $300 9
Built around 1670, Paul Revere's home on North Square is the oldest house in this city
    $300 15
A perfectly placid person is "as cool as" this member of gourd family
    $300 3
Hermes had wings on these 2 different parts of his attire
    $300 19
Maya Lin was only 21 when she designed this Washington, D.C. memorial
    $300 13
Geologically speaking, it's the wearing away of a surface by wind, rain or other elements
    $300 28
Romantic
centaurs,
dancing, hippos,
the Sorcerer's
Apprentice
    $400 10
The Michigan farmhouse where this automaker was born can be seen in Greenfield Village
    $400 16
This food has become a synonym for one's livelihood; you "break" it when you dine
    $400 4
Aeschylus tells us he taught man how to use medicinal plants & gave us fire
    $400 23
This Latin phrase found on U.S. coins means "out of many, one"
    $400 22
Sodium bicarbonate is the chemical name for this substance sold under the Arm & Hammer name
    $400 29
The Dodo,
the Doorknob,
the Dormouse
    DD: $800 11
The Petersen House was known only as home to a tailor who rented out rooms until this president died there
    $500 17
If you're really "a la mode", you keep your house in this kind of order
    $500 5
The Greek goddess Gaea is the personification of this
    $500 24
In chess it's the only piece that can jump over others
    $500 25
Hematite is the chief ore of this metal
    $500 30
Bert,
Jane Banks,
Michael Banks

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

Ben Penelope Jodi
$3,100 $200 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Penelope Jodi
$4,300 $400 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ART & ARTISTS
AMERICAN HISTORY
GUINNESS RECORDS
WORLD GEOGRAPHY
LITERATURE
MATH
    $200 10
In Justice Antonin Scalia's chambers you can view a Gilbert Stuart portrait of this president
    $200 9
The U.S. negotiated this 1803 acquisition with French Finance Minister Francois de Barbe-Marbois
    $200 6
In terms of No. 1 singles, he & partner John Lennon are the world's most successful songwriters
    $200 18
This country's most populous province is Istanbul
    $200 1
"Little Women" Meg, Jo & Beth call this sister "Little Raphael" because of her drawing talent
    $200 26
In an improper one of these, the numerator is greater than the denominator
    $400 11
Picasso's "Still Life with Chair Caning" was his 1st of these, a painting with bits of paper & cloth glued to it
    $400 14
During this war the British under General Robert Ross set fire to the White House
    $400 7
Between 1902 & 1907, a man-eating one of these killed a record 436 people in India
    $400 19
This South African cape forms the west side of False Bay
    DD: $1,200 2
An African-American woman named Sula Peace is the heroine of this "Beloved" author's novel "Sula"
    $400 27
In the equation y=36x, this is the constant
    $600 23
In 1759 he moved to Bath, where he painted such lush portraits as "The Blue Boy"
    $600 15
On Jan, 20, 1937, this president said, "I see one-third of a nation ill-housed, ill-clad, ill-nourished"
    $600 8
He hosted the world's most successful telethon September 4, 1989
    $600 20
This country's highest peak 8,343-foot Mount Moldoveanu, lies in the Transylvanian Alps
    $600 3
In Spenser's 1595 poem "Colin Clouts Come Home Againe", a shepherdess represents this queen
    $600 28
In geometry this logical argument showing a statement is true can be direct or indirect
    $800 24
With cane, moustache & popping eyes, this surrealist was as recognizable as his images
    $800 16
In 1877 this period following the Civil War ended with the removal of federal troops from the South
    $800 12
Lawrence Spivak, Garrick Utley & Tim Russert have each hosted this, the most durable TV show
    $800 21
Cartagena, Barranquilla & Santa Marta are this country's main Caribbean ports
    $800 4
This Mississippi author's 1954 novel "A Fable" is an allegory of the story of Jesus
    DD: $1,500 29
25 has 2 square roots: 5 & this
    $1000 25
The initials of this Dutch artist known for his visual puns & tricks stand for Maurits Cornelis
    $1000 17
This Puritan preacher & his father denounced the use of spectre evidence at the Salem witch trials
    $1000 13
The largest of these ever made was a 47" diameter one made of coir fiber for the ship Great Eastern
    $1000 22
This Russian mountain chain extends 1,500 miles from the Kara Sea to the steppes of Kazakstan
    $1000 5
"Sanditon" is an unfinished novel this "Pride and Prejudice" author began writing in 1817, the year she died
    $1000 30
Term for the number of different symbols used in a number system: binary is 2, decimal is 10

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ben Penelope Jodi
$12,600 $2,000 $6,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORD ORIGINS
Now part of the English language, this Swahili word for "trip" or "journey" is derived from Arabic

Final scores:

Ben Penelope Jodi
$11,599 $0 $3,058
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Ben Penelope Jodi
$11,600 $2,000 $8,000
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
10 R,
4 W
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $21,600

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