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Show #2708 - Wednesday, May 15, 1996

1996 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

Julee Baber, a senior from Winchester, Kentucky

Ben Healy, a junior from Hinsdale, Illinois

Derek Bridges, a junior from Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Jeopardy! Round

THE INSECT WORLD
RAIDS
BAKING
RECREATION
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
ANAGRAMS
    $100 21
In some female insects, the ovipositor, made to deposit these, may also be used as a stinger
    $100 1
Shih Huang-ti is credited with building this structure for protection against nomadic raiders
    $100 23
Refrigerator & drop are 2 types of this sweet treat
    $100 4
Pitch and putt is a shorter version of this game
    $100 11
This Civil War general never held elective office prior to being elected president in 1868
    $100 16
I like to eat a sub when I ride this vehicle
    $200 22
The codling type of this insect is known for destroying fruit, not clothes
    $200 2
In 1895 Sir Leander Starr Jameson led a raid into the Transvaal region of this present country
    $200 26
The Italian bread known as focaccia is liberally drizzled with this oil before baking
    $200 7
In this sport, if you "ride a roller coaster" you go up & down the face of a wave
    $200 12
This current Speaker of the House received a Ph.D. in European history from Tulane
    $200 17
This Ms. Moore makes far more than a dime per film
    $300 24
The brown-banded type of this kitchen pest is one of the most common
    $300 3
Frederick Douglass tried unsuccessfully to talk this man out of raiding Harpers Ferry
    $300 27
Lady Baltimore, a 3-layered one of these, was first mentioned in an Owen Wister novel
    $300 8
This form of hiking is so named because you carry all of your equipment in a knapsack
    DD: $500 13
It's the number of associate justices on the U.S. Supreme Court
    $300 18
Someone who helps change this baby garment should be repaid with a kindness
    $400 25
This "royal" food that queen bees eat forms inside glands in the heads of worker bees
    $400 5
In the Bible he was captured in a raid on Sodom & was rescued by Abraham
    $400 29
This Jewish sabbath bread can be spelled beginning with "ch" or "h"
    $400 9
This backyard game grew out of an earlier version known as battledore & shuttlecock
    $400 14
On Sept. 25. 1995's "Larry King Live", he announced a drive to launch a new political party
    $400 19
It's a good ole name for a lion or a pope
    $500 28
True flies belong to the order Diptera, whose name is from the Greek for "two" of these body parts
    $500 6
Named for Augusto Sandino, the Sandinistas conducted raids in this country in the 1960s & the 1970s
    $500 30
Choux pastry is used to make cream puffs & these oblong chocolate pastries topped with icing
    $500 10
Large ones of these are used for acrobatics & jumping; mini ones are good for jogging
    $500 15
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service is an agency in this cabinet department
    $500 20
David Hyde Pierce knows all his lines as this character on "Frasier"

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

Derek Ben Julee
$800 $1,700 $1,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Derek Ben Julee
$2,300 $3,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

CHARLES DICKENS
CAPITAL CITIES
NOTABLE WOMEN
COMPUTERS
GEMS & JEWELRY
THE 5th
    $200 3
"Nicholas Nickleby"' Mr. Squeers "had but one eye, and the popular prejudice runs in favour of" this many
    $200 2
This German city is serviced by a subway, the U-Bahn & an elevated train, the S-Bahn
    $200 13
In 1995, for her work on literacy, this former first lady received the Freedom Forum's Free Spirit Award
    $200 10
These small, portable computers are divided into clamshell & lunchbox types based on shape
    $200 24
Flaws are considered desirable in this green beryl gem
    $200 30
This French emperor died in exile on St. Helena May 5, 1821
    $400 4
The name of this "A Christmas Carol" character has become synonymous with avarice
    $400 7
Capital in which you'd find the Baths of Diocletian & the Capitoline Museum
    $400 14
Before establishing her famous wax museum, she was an art tutor to King Louis XVI's sister
    $400 11
This device converts digital data into analog signals for transmission over telephone lines
    $400 26
The Koh-i-Noor is one of the best known of these gems
    DD: $2,000 29
It ended December 5, 1933 after Utah ratified the 21st Amendment
    $600 5
In 1824 Dickens' father was sent to this kind of prison
    DD: $2,000 1
This capital's Government Palace stands on the site of Pizarro's palace, which inspired its architecture
    $600 15
This temperance leader taught primary school before receiving her "divine call" to smash saloons
    $600 16
H&R Block, Inc. has announced it's spinning off this large online service
    $600 23
The fire type of this gem is red; the prase, green
    $600 27
Serving a total of 8 years, 7 months & 25 days, he resigned as British prime minister April 5, 1955
    $800 6
In 1960 this Dickens novel about a foundling was turned into a musical play
    $800 8
In population, it's the largest Scandinavian capital by far
    $800 17
This author of "The Joy Luck Club" sometimes performs in a band with Stephen King
    $800 19
Many computer operations, such as the speed of memory chips, are measured in this unit, ns
    $800 25
Montana & Cape rubies are actually this January birthstone
    $800 21
Since the 4th was a Sunday, this 5th president was sworn in for his 2nd term March 5, 1821
    $1000 12
This 1854 work attacks the utilitarian philosophy fostered by industrialization
    $1000 9
One legend says this Ukrainian capital was founded by 3 brothers: Kii, Shchek & Khoriv
    $1000 18
She became Pakistan's 1st female prime minister after spending most of the early 1980s under arrest
    $1000 20
Times & Helvetica are examples of this, a complete set of characters belonging to one typeface
    $1000 28
Non-blue examples of this corundum gem are called fancy
    $1000 22
He was in custody November 5, 1605 after preparing to blow up the British Parliament

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Derek Ben Julee
$9,500 $10,200 $2,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

PATRIOTIC PLACES
This site on the Schuylkill River was named for a small ironworks nearby

Final scores:

Derek Ben Julee
$19,000 $1,399 $2,600
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Derek Ben Julee
$8,100 $8,600 $2,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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