Show #3034 - Thursday, November 6, 1997

1997-B Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Kathy Thompson, a senior from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Enos Williams, a junior from Beaumont, Texas

Jennifer Rehmann, a junior from McGrady, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

a little lit
wee folk
it's microscopic
the small screen
"short" stuff
(Alex: And you notice they were all in lowercase on those categories.)
    $100 11
Little Eva befriends a slave in this Harriet Beecher Stowe classic
    $100 21
The Galilee site where tradition says Jesus preached this in Matthew 5 is described as more of a hill
    $100 16
These tiny creatures love to dance, but Santa prefers that they make toys
    $100 26
In an animal cell, it's where the chromosomes are contained
    $100 6
In the 1997 series based on this Jean-Claude Van Damme film, police in 2007 keep history on track
    $100 1
Raspberry Tart, Apple Dumplin' & Lemon Meringue are characters in this line of dolls
    $200 12
When you were little you probably read about this "I-Think-I-Can" character
    $200 22
L.A.'s Mount Lee is the home of this 50' tall, 450' long sign
    $200 17
Their name comes from the old Irish luchorpan, meaning "little body"
    DD: $600 27
People who are allergic to dust are actually more allergic to this arachnid, seen here:
    $200 7
In the Showtime series based on this 1994 film, Richard Dean Anderson picks up where Kurt Russell left off
    $200 2
"Hams" broadcast via this
    $300 13
Adults who read this Antoine de Saint-Exupery tale may pick up on the allegory
    $300 23
Going from Monroe to Shreveport, you might see this state's highest peak, 535' Mt. Driskill
    $300 18
These sprites are quite happy if you give them milk, just like the little Girl Scouts of the same name
    $300 8
Until this pair, never before had a big screen meerkat & warthog been given their own TV series
    $300 3
In this 1995 film in which John Travolta played mob enforcer Chili Palmer, the real Palmer had a cameo
    $400 14
British author who created Little Nell & Little Dorrit
    $400 24
A women's college in South Hadley, Massachusetts is named for this nearby 878' mount
    $400 19
These Scandinavian beings often lurk under bridges; just ask the 3 Billy-Goats Gruff
    $400 29
Baleen whales eat this mixture of microscopic organisms, like algae, that drift near the surface of the sea
    $400 9
This ABC teen series totally up'n moved to UPN in 1997
    $400 4
    $500 15
In this E.B. White tale, a 2-inch mouselike boy is the title character
    $500 25
Belgium's 2,277' Botrange is the highest peak in this group of 3 countries named for their un-mountainousness
    $500 20
Menehune are magical little beings who like to work at night in the islands of this U.S. state
    $500 28
The parts inside a living cell move in this semifluid substance whose name in part means "cell"
    $500 10
This 1980 film about a high school for the performing arts has inspired 2 TV series
    $500 5
In 1927 court reporter Martin Dupraw used this to take testimony at the rate of 282 words per minute

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

Jennifer Enos Kathy
$1,300 $1,300 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Enos Kathy
$4,100 $3,100 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Each correct response will begin with "A" and end with "Y".)
    $200 11
Janet Evans holds the world record in the 400, 800 & 1500-meter freestyle events in this sport
    $200 26
If your predicates don't agree in number & person with these words, Ms. Plumly will see red
    $200 6
Morning meeting of all the students
    $200 1
Topping a pizza with this tropical fruit will make it Hawaiian
    $200 16
Egyptians could read the latest Book of the Dead on scrolls made from this reed
    $200 21
It was in Tongan waters that the crew of this ship mutinied against Captain Bligh
    $400 12
In 1993 this center, then with the Orlando Magic, was named the NBA's Rookie of the Year
    $400 30
One or more sentences on a single thought; Ms. Plumly calls them the basic units of composition
    $400 7
In England, it's a barrister or solicitor; in the U.S., it's this
    $400 2
Picked from trees & sometimes picked off pizza, the black ones are more common as toppings than the green ones
    $400 17
About 4,000 years ago, the Mesopotamians reinvented the wheel, using these to make it lighter
    $400 22
Go straight south across the Strait of Gibraltar from Europe & you'll be in this N. African country
    $600 13
This Baltimore Orioles shortstop once wore a T-shirt that read "2130+ Hugs and Kisses for Daddy"
    $600 27
Ms. Plumly says one should spend time on this plan of an essay; H.G. Wells wrote a long one "of History"
    $600 8
One of the Commandments says not to commit it
    $600 3
This fungal topping is grown in buildings that simulate the conditions inside a cave
    $600 18
When he died at age 33 in 323 B.C., his empire was over 2,500 miles wide
    $600 23
300,000-square-mile plain that's home to the Argentinian gaucho
    $800 14
This German tennis star has won 21 Grand Slam singles titles, second only to Margaret Smith Court's 24
    $800 28
Ms. Plumly doesn't use this word for a list of sources because it implies they're all books
    $800 9
Go with a person or play with a singer
    $800 4
It goes on a pizza as an ingredient of the sauce or as a "sun-dried" topping
    $800 19
After the Persians destroyed the temples on this hill, Pericles had them rebuilt & added the Parthenon
    DD: $1,000 24
This island off Africa is home to over 13 million people & the animal seen here:
    DD: $1,000 15
(Hi, I'm Reggie White.) In Super Bowl XXXI, I sacked this team's quarterback, Drew Bledsoe, 3 times, setting a Super Bowl record
    $1000 29
A statement of what an essay will discuss, or what you may write to get your M.A.
    $1000 10
Field work in this field involves digging up the field looking for remains of past cultures
    $1000 5
A quatro formaggi pizza is topped with this many different cheeses, including mozzarella
    $1000 20
While ruling Babylonia from 605 to 562 B.C., he conquered Jerusalem
    $1000 25
During the winter, ice closes the northern ports of this "sea", the largest inland body of water in the world

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jennifer Enos Kathy
$6,100 $9,900 $8,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

This foe of Bugs Bunny is a marsupial

Final scores:

Jennifer Enos Kathy
$0 $11,400 $7,700
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jennifer Enos Kathy
$5,700 $9,700 $8,900
17 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $24,300

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Game tape date: 1997-10-12
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