Show #1497 - Tuesday, February 19, 1991

1991 Teen Tournament semifinal game 2.

Contestants

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Jim Paluszak, a senior from Spartanburg, South Carolina

Kareem Crayton, a junior from Montgomery, Alabama

Julie Knauer, a senior from Newtown, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
MUSIC OF THE '90s
TRANSPORTATION
WOMEN IN HISTORY
PHOTOGRAPHY
ANATOMICAL PHRASES
    $100 6
The 2 men honored on Presidents' Day, the third Monday in February
    $100 7
In 1990 they became the first artists in Grammy history to give their award back
    $100 21
People once believed witches "swept" through the sky on these
    $100 1
This late prime minister was educated in Switzerland & at Oxford as well as in India
    $100 23
George Eastman, the founder of this company invented roll film
    $100 3
To work to the point of exhaustion is to "work" these "to the bone"
    $200 12
The Latin word for "tree", used to name the day set aside for planting them
    $200 8
Title of a '90 tune by Bell Biv DeVoe or the name of the group that sings "Something To Believe In"
    $200 22
A enclosed lift found on ski slopes that transports people, or a Venetian vessel
    $200 2
As a young girl, this markswoman shot wild game & the profits paid off most of the mortgage on the family farm
    $200 25
Acoustic ones of these 3-D photos use sound waves instead of light waves as the energy source
    $200 4
A boss may threaten his employees with dismissal by saying these "will roll"
    $300 16
"Thank God almighty, I'm free at last" is written on the tomb of this man who's honored in January
    $300 9
'90s group featuring children of The Mamas & The Papas & the Beach Boys
    $300 24
A rolling kitchen for wranglers
    $300 5
Elizabeth Barton, an English prophet, was executed after warning him not to marry Anne Boleyn
    $300 26
In 1972 this company introduced the SX-70, a single lens reflex instant camera
    $300 13
"Beauty is in" this part "of the beholder"
    $400 17
An additional candle on the menorah is lit each day of this Jewish festival of lights
    $400 10
Will Smith raps & acts under this stage--ah-ah stage--ah-ah stage--stage name
    $400 27
A couchlike conveyance made to carry a single passenger, not a brood of kittens
    $400 19
She was a social worker in Boston in the 1920s before she became a world-famous aviatrix
    $400 30
A film of this ASA speed requires one-quarter the exposure time of an ASA 50 film
    $400 14
Someone who moves quickly "lets no grass grow under" these
    DD: $700 18
In the U.S. this is Flag Day, the date on which the first official flag was adopted
    $500 11
This Aussie rock band titled its seventh album "X", as in "X Marks the Spot"
    $500 28
Mushers are most associated with this form of transportation
    $500 20
It's believed that this brave woman never lost a "passenger" on the Underground Railroad
    $500 29
Unlike light bulbs, flashbulbs are filled with this gas
    $500 15
In the 19th c. Robert Cobden asked, "Is there any reason why we should be armed to" these body parts

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Julie Kareem Jim
$400 $1,300 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Kareem Jim
$1,400 $2,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

MYTHOLOGY
1987
PRESIDENTIAL TRIVIA
WORLD CAPITALS
HODGEPODGE
POE-POURRI
    $200 7
This king, who once had a golden touch, offended Apollo, who then gave him donkey ears
    $200 13
She launched her "Who's That Girl" tour at Osaka Stadium in Japan
    $200 12
After he resigned in 1974, he was barred from practicing law
    $200 2
The UN has a secondary headquarters in this Austrian capital
    $200 11
An Eskimo left a hole at the top of his igloo not for Santa to come in but for this to go out
    $200 16
In 1845 his last volume of poetry featured this bird "and Other Poems"
    $400 8
During the Trojan War, he killed the queen of the Amazons--what a heel
    $400 14
The yacht Stars & Stripes won back this trophy for the U.S. by beating Kookaburra III in February
    $400 21
This nickname of Jackson's would fit nicely into a wood category
    $400 3
King Gustavus I of Sweden founded this city that's now Finland's capital
    $400 19
No one knows why this pal of Archie Andrews has an "S" on his sweater --the secret died with the artist
    $400 30
In 1830 his foster father, John Allan, helped Poe get an appointment to this military academy
    $600 9
Odysseus heard the song of these seductive sea nymphs, but his men's ears were stuffed with wax
    $600 15
On Jan. 12 this youngest son of Elizabeth II said he was quitting the Royal Marines
    $600 23
He relinquished his rank of 4-star general when he became president in 1869
    $600 4
Inchon is the port of this capital city
    $600 20
On Nov. 14, 1990 ladies in this company's sales force began ringing bells in China
    $600 29
The last members of this family were Roderick & Madeline & they fall by the story's end
    $800 5
This Egyptian mother goddess was often depicted with a hieroglyphic throne over her head
    $800 17
On Oct. 23 the Senate rejected Robert Bork's appointment to this body, 58-42
    DD: $2,000 24
He donated his salary to charity as a congressman & senator & continued to do so as president
    $800 6
This capital on the Attic Plain was an ancient city-state
    $800 22
It doesn't look like this "Father of Medicine" wrote the oath named for him
    DD: $1,000 27
16-letter word used by Poe to describe the runic rhyme that musically welled from the bells
    $1000 1
These half-men were "horsing" around at Pirithous' wedding & a terrible battle ensued
    $1000 18
Former Texas Sen. John Tower headed Reagan's special review board that investigated this scandal
    $1000 25
After his inauguration March 4,1817, he lived in a house on I Street; the White House was under repair
    $1000 10
Landmarks in this city include the Pardo & the Prado
    $1000 26
After her famous ride, she & her husband founded the Benedictine abbey around which Coventry grew
    $1000 28
In this story the victim's having a vulture-like eye is the reason the narrator must kill him

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Kareem Jim
$7,400 $6,200 $7,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

FAMOUS NAMES
Sometime on May 29, 1953 this New Zealander had everyone in the world under his feet

Final scores:

Julie Kareem Jim
$14,401 $0 $400
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Julie Kareem Jim
$7,200 $6,900 $7,200
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
21 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,300

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