Show #798 - Wednesday, February 10, 1988

1988 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


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Eric Reid, a senior from Atlanta, Georgia

Delaine Foss, a sophomore from Devine, Texas

Neil Gronowetter, a junior from Woodmere, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
One difference between moths & butterflies is that moths hold these horizontally while at rest
    $100 10
Judd Nelson & Anthony Michael Hall were members of this A.M. organization
    $100 15
Title used before the names of certain monks, it's also a DeLuise
    $100 16
It comes with eyes, ears, nose, mouth, hat, shoes, & glasses, but as of 1987, no more pipe
    $100 20
Don't forget your sunblock if you're lying on this island's Kona Coast
    $200 5
Fecundity is the biological capacity of an organism to produce these
    $200 7
She danced with ABT as a child before playing "WarGames" with Matthew Broderick
    $200 26
If you're eager, you might be "champing at" this
    DD: $1,500 14
Title of address mentioned twice in the name of the following group:
    $200 17
A Mattel Heart Family set introduced in 1986 gave Mom Heart a smock to simulate this physical condition
    $200 21
In 1802, Bushrod Washington inherited this estate on the Potomac from his late aunt
    $300 2
The fin used as the chief means of locomotion for a fish
    $300 6
In a classic 1955 film, he was the "Rebel Without a Cause"
    $300 11
This title for a Russian emperor came from "Caesar"
    $300 24
Invented by a Hungarian architecture professor, this puzzle has its own entry in the Ency. Americana
    $300 22
In this state capital, you can take a snapshot of the "Red Stick" monument at Southern U
    $400 3
Term used when a mass of bees leaves a hive with a queen to form a new colony
    $400 8
As Spicoli, he had pizza delivered to class in "Fast Times at Ridgemont High"
    $400 12
This title for a German emperor came from "Caesar"
    $400 25
1908 Olympic gold medalist A.C. Gilbert introduced this steel construction kit in 1913
    $400 23
You can test your baseball batting skill at the Doubleday Batting Range in this New York town
    $500 4
(The) Enzyme production of a cell is controlled by these parts of a chromosome
    $500 9
At 19, she was a veteran of 18 movies, including "Little Women" & "National Velvet"
    $500 27
Similar to a tarboosh, it's that odd red hat that a Shriner wears
    $500 13
Arabic for "old man", it's the leader of an Arab family or tribe
    $500 18
In a Family Circus cartoon, Dolly asked if Mrs. Wiggs of the classic kiddy book was mother of these dolls
    $500 19
The graves of Daniel & Rebecca Boone are in a cemetery in this state capital

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 7):

Neil Delaine Eric
$1,100 $0 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Neil Delaine Eric
$5,200 $1,000 -$200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Stoned to death in Baltimore, the 1st 4 casualties of the war were soldiers of this side
    $200 18
If your allowance is $10 a week, you'll be given this much in a year
    $200 19
It was believed drinking cups made from the single horn of this mythical animal could neutralize poison
    $200 24
Russian Igor Stravinsky became a French citizen in 1934 & a citizen of this country in 1945
    $200 1
In the United Kingdom, her formal assent is required for a parliamentary bill to become law
    $200 8
He was known as the Beautiful Day Monster until he chose a cookie over a trip on a game show
    $400 13
Edward Everett's 2-hour long 1863 oration at this Penn. site was followed by a 2-minute speech by Lincoln
    $400 17
18 x 2/3
    $400 20
The ancient Romans worshipped many of the same gods as these people, but changed many of the names
    $400 25
As a 19-year-old, this Viennese "Waltz King" formed an orchestra that soon rivaled his father's
    $400 6
One of this nation's largest parties is the "Sozel-Demokratische Partei Deutschland"
    $400 9
To show examples of sibling rivalry, this mastadon-like creature is getting a sister this season
    $600 2
After they surrendered this S. Carolina fort April 14, 1861, the defenders were allowed to sail to New York
    $600 16
After Bob bought 16 acres & Ted bought 18 acres of Sid's 124 acre estate, he had this many acres left
    $600 21
All good Egyptians believed that when they did this, they became the god Osiris
    $600 28
Of Bach, Beethoven, or Brahms, the one who was a Baroque composer
    $600 3
Of 3rd, 4th, or 5th, the number of the current French Republic
    $600 10
The "sponsors" of Sesame Street
    $800 14
Civil War generals Lee, Grant & "Stonewall" Jackson all previously fought in this war
    DD: $1,000 26
Cost of 4 gallons of water at 25c a quart
    $800 22
After making man, he pitied the humans, & stole fire & the knowledge of the language & tools for them
    $800 29
The Rondo in C Minor, 1st opus of this great Polish composer, was published when he was only 15
    $800 4
Facts on File reported a rebel amnesty plan was unveiled in Sept. 1987 by this Nicaraguan president
    $800 11
He asked violinist Itzhak, "Hey Perlman, can you play something fast on that squawk box of yours?"
    DD: $1,000 15
Early 19th century invention which made slavery more profitable than ever in the South
    $1000 27
At 5 1/2%, the simple interest on this amount of money is $55
    $1000 23
Monster who attacked sailors in the Strait of Messina, just opposite the whirlpool, Charybdis
    $1000 5
The president of Israel is elected for a 5-year term by this, the Israeli parliament
    $1000 12
This season's big event is the marriage of these characters played by Sonia Manzano & Emilio Delgado

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Neil Delaine Eric
$8,800 $2,000 $5,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the only country with coasts on both the Atlantic & Indian Oceans

Final scores:

Neil Delaine Eric
$8,600 $1 $4,200
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if not wild card semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if not wild card semifinalist

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Neil Delaine Eric
$7,300 $2,000 $5,200
24 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
8 R,
1 W
13 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,500

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Game tape date: 1988-01-04
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