Show #2188 - Wednesday, February 23, 1994

1994 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.


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Paul Loeffler, a senior from Los Banos, California

Felicia Wu, a senior from Warminster, Pennsylvania

Jesse Irwin, a senior from Orange, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
About half of its population lives in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area
    $100 26
Scott Weinger of "Full House" provided the speaking voice of this title lad in a 1992 animated Disney film
    $100 16
This marsupial's name can be spelled with or without an O in front
    $100 17
Featured in such decorations as holly wreaths, they're the 2 traditional colors of Christmas
    $100 2
William Henry Fitzhugh Lee, this general's son, led a division through the Petersburg Campaign
    $100 14
According to Shakespeare, "that is the question"
    $200 8
This Midwestern state's highest point, Mount Curwood, rises 1,980 feet on its upper peninsula
    $200 12
Andrew Shue, who plays Billy Campbell on this series, used to play professional soccer in Zimbabwe
    $200 19
It has many alternate names, including catamount, puma, panther & mountain lion
    $200 3
This color may be livid, hot or shocking
    $200 4
After fleeing Richmond this president was captured near Irwinville, Ga.
    $200 18
When a magician fans a standard deck & says, "Pick a card, any card", you have this many possible choices
    $300 9
In 1796 Knoxville became its first state capital
    $300 28
Jay R. Ferguson plays Burt Reynolds' son Taylor, an ex-high school quarterback on this TV series
    $300 20
This semi-aquatic rodent is also called the musquash
    $300 1
In Italian this metallic color is oro
    $300 5
This man who succeeded Lincoln was the only senator from a state that seceded to keep his seat
    $300 15
Most will pick the lesser of 2 of these; Mae West said she picked the one she never tried before
    DD: $600 10
Roanoke Island, now in this state, was the site of the first English settlement in North America
    $400 29
Joe Lando heats up the prairie as sexy mountain man Byron Sully on this western series
    $400 25
This arachnid that resembles a spider is also called a harvestman
    $400 23
As a solid sulfur is this color
    $400 6
In October 1861 Louisiana Gov. Thomas Moore stopped the shipment of this fiber to Europe
    $400 21
Famous choice given by Patrick Henry March 23, 1775
    $500 11
This state located between the Missouri & Mississippi rivers is the USA's leading corn producer
    $500 30
This hunk whose muscles ripple on the covers of romance novels is known by one name
    $500 27
A good guide dog for the blind is this one also known as the Alsatian
    $500 24
The name of this light brownish color comes from the same root as tan
    $500 13
In 1843 this captor of Vicksburg graduated 21st out of 39 in his West Point class
    $500 22
On domestic flights, Delta's choices of these include bland, Hindu & toddler

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

Jesse Felicia Paul
$1,200 $1,200 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jesse Felicia Paul
$2,000 $1,600 $3,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
While almost any vein can become varicose, most occur in this part of the body
    $200 6
In reference to apartheid. Stevie Wonder called this country "the land with tears in her eyes
    $200 16
A plow appears on the seal of this cabinet department
    $200 7
In 1916 a bear cub attended a game in what's now this ballpark named for a gum magnate
    $200 1
As a teenager this "Gone with the Wind" author attended Washington Seminary in Atlanta
    $200 22
In 1895 a large power plant opened on these falls northwest of Buffalo
    $400 23
Protective membranes called the dura mater & pia mater cover the spinal cord & this organ
    $400 12
Economist Milton Friedman is credited with saying "There's no such thing as a free" this
    $400 17
Now Sec'y of State, he was Jimmy Carter's lead negotiator for the release of the hostages held by Iran
    $400 8
Built for the 1912 season, it's named for the section of Boston in which it's located
    $400 2
Before she became a novelist, she was best known as Princess Leia in the "Star Wars" films
    $400 27
The falls that David Livingstone discovered on the Zambezi River in 1855 were named for this woman
    $600 24
This projection that's seen at the front of the throat is also called the laryngeal prominence
    $600 13
Late newsman Eric Sevareid said that "The chief cause of" these is "solutions"
    $600 18
This printed account of what is said & done in the Congress began March 4, 1873
    $600 9
He organized the White Sox, helped plan the American League & a Chicago stadium is named for him
    $600 3
She never wanted Miss Marple & Hercule Poirot to meet because she was "sure they would not enjoy it at all"
    $600 28
Near Lanark in this country you can view the Falls of Clyde
    $800 25
On an airplane pressure in the ears can be relieved by swallowing, which opens this tube
    DD: $1,000 14
Of this 1986 tragedy John Glenn said, "This is a day we have managed to avoid for a quarter of a century"
    DD: $1,500 19
Appointed by President Reagan in 1983, she was the first woman Secretary of Transportation
    $800 10
He "met" with success in bringing the National League back to New York City
    $800 4
She wrote "The Exile", a biography of her missionary mother, 5 years after "The Good Earth"
    $800 29
The Reichenbach Falls over which Sherlock Holmes fell & "died" are real & are located in this Alpine country
    $1000 26
The sclera is the hard white outer layer of this
    $1000 15
In Cohens v. Virginia, he wrote, "The people made the Constitution, and the people can unmake it"
    $1000 20
This cabinet department operates foreign trade programs & establishes weights & measures
    $1000 11
A ball hitting the roof may remain in play in the Minnesota stadium named for this vice president
    $1000 5
She created Emily of New Moon as well as Anne of Green Gables
    $1000 30
You'd need Jacob's Ladder to climb past this 3,212-foot Venezuelan waterfall

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jesse Felicia Paul
$6,800 $4,200 $11,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

On October 21, 1805 the Victory won a victory off this Spanish cape

Final scores:

Jesse Felicia Paul
$0 $8,200 $9,199
3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jesse Felicia Paul
$6,800 $3,800 $10,700
21 R,
2 W
7 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,300

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Game tape date: 1994-01-04
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