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    $300 3
It's a thin sheet of sponge cake spread with jam & rolled up
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Show #2184 - Thursday, February 17, 1994

1994 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

Jonathan Zimmerman, a junior from New City, New York

Felicia Wu, a senior from Warminster, Pennsylvania

Jeremy Manta, a junior from Boca Raton, Florida

Jeopardy! Round

BODIES OF WATER
TV TEENS
WEIGHTS & MEASURES
ANIMALS
JUST DESSERTS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 12
This ocean may have been named for a legendary lost continent, or for an African mountain system
    $100 6
Sara Gilbert earned a 1993 Emmy nomination for her role as teenager Darlene Conner on this series
    $100 11
1 of these is equal to 1/2 fluid ounce or 3 teaspoons
    $100 24
The mehari is a special breed of this humped mammal trained for warfare & racing
    $100 1
This dessert has the same name as a 6-8-year-old Girl Scout
    $100 18
T,
polo,
flannel
    $200 13
In area, this Great Lake is the largest body of fresh water in the world
    $200 7
On "Phenom" Angela Goethals plays a teenage champ in this sport
    $200 17
There are 4 gills in a pint & 8 in one of these
    $200 25
It's the most carnivorous of the bears, feeding especially on seals & walrus
    $200 2
The islands in floating island are made of this egg white mixture that tops key lime pie
    $200 21
Punk,
pompadour,
pixie
    $300 14
The Sinai Peninsula divides the northern end of this sea into the gulfs of Aqaba & Suez
    $300 8
This star of "Cafe Americain" was once a TV teen on "One Day at a Time"
    $300 19
1 of these units of length is equal to 3,280.8 feet
    $300 26
A young male horse is called a colt, & a young female is called this
    $300 3
It's a thin sheet of sponge cake spread with jam & rolled up
    $300 22
Gin,
Michigan rummy,
hearts
    $400 15
A 350-mile-long strait near South America's southern tip was discovered by & named for this explorer
    $400 9
Danica McKellar played Kevin's true love Winnie on this series set in the '60s
    $400 20
This country abandoned the metric system in 1812 & readopted it in 1840
    $400 27
Named for a region of Russia, it's the largest of all wild cats
    $400 4
In the dessert version of fondue, cake & fruit are dipped into this melted substance
    $400 29
Potter's,
spinning,
steering
    $500 16
The Hanseatic League once controlled commerce on this sea that borders Germany & Poland
    $500 10
It's the numerical name of the teenager played by Jenna von Oy on "Blossom"
    DD: $700 23
The pennyweight is a unit in this system used to measure precious metals
    $500 28
The only 2 species of eagles found in the U.S. are the bald & this colorful variety
    $500 5
This dark liquid is the traditional sweetening of Indian pudding
    $500 30
Krone,
colon,
quetzal

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 17):

Jeremy Felicia Jonathan
$1,700 $1,600 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Felicia Jonathan
$2,300 $2,300 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
ISLANDS
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
SPANISH CLASS
LITERATURE
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
    $200 14
From 1947-49 Pakistan fought this country in the first of 3 conflicts over the state of Kashmir
    $200 21
In Danish this island is known as Gronland
    $200 5
Because of its limited range, military calls on this instrument usually use only 4 or 5 notes
    $200 26
It's Spanish for mister
    $200 3
Dostoyevsky's book about these title brothers is considered his masterpiece
    $200 1
Before Jane Fonda, Ben deduced there's more exercise going up & down these than straight walking
    $400 15
In 1502 he succeeded his uncle Ahuitzotl as emperor of the Aztecs
    $400 22
Unimak is the closest island to Alaska in this chain
    $400 7
A large one of these instruments may have over 5,000 pipes
    $400 27
Topaz is topacio, while this gem is zafiro
    $400 4
An ex-preacher named Jim Casy accompanies the Joads to California in this Steinbeck novel
    $400 2
As a member of a society that formed to do this, Franklin had to have a number of leather buckets ready
    $600 16
In December 1809 this emperor divorced his first wife; 4 months later he married Archduchess Marie-Louise
    $600 23
The southwest coast of this Italian island is only about 90 miles from Cape Bon in Tunisia
    $600 8
The full name of this instrument is Italian for "small flute"
    $600 28
This season of the year is la primavera
    $600 6
This author of "The Age of Innocence" also wrote some ghost stories
    $600 10
Franklin said that this device also worked on the top of ships' masts with a wire to the water
    $800 19
For about 2,350 years the kingdom of Cush flourished along the Nile River in this country south of Egvpt
    $800 24
From independence in 1960 until 1975, this island country was known as the Malagasy Republic
    $800 9
The name tuba comes from the Latin for this smaller brass instrument
    $800 29
Gracias means "thank you", & this means "thank you very much"
    $800 17
"The Troll Garden" was the first collection of stories by this author of "O Pioneers!"
    $800 12
Ben felt this "most ancient...game known among men" could teach foresight & caution
    DD: $1,000 20
In 1986 explosions & fire shut down a nuclear power plant near Chernobyl in this Soviet republic
    DD: $1,000 25
The island of Isabela constitutes more than half of the land area of this Ecuadorean archipelago
    $1000 11
Over 600 of his violins survive, including one he made in 1716 called "The Messiah"
    $1000 30
This liquid is known as agua caliente; if you get in trouble, you're in it
    $1000 18
His 1874 novel "Far From the Madding Crowd" begins with a description of farmer Oak
    $1000 13
Poor Richard's last name

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeremy Felicia Jonathan
$4,100 $7,700 $5,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

PERFORMING ARTS
A famous U.S. school is named for this philanthropist who was born at sea to French parents in 1836

Final scores:

Jeremy Felicia Jonathan
$8,100 $10,000 $0
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Jeremy Felicia Jonathan
$4,100 $8,700 $6,300
18 R,
4 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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