Show #1491 - Monday, February 11, 1991

1991 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1. Missing first 13 clues.

Contestants

Maggie Large, a freshman from Vero Beach, Florida

Francesca Khactu, a senior from Grand Forks, North Dakota

Robert Fielding, a junior from Arcadia, California

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Jeopardy! Round

THE BIBLE
WEAPONS
DOGS
TV DANS
ROYALTY
ANAGRAMS
    $100 11
=
    $100 16
A scimitar is one of these with a curved blade
    $100 21
In breeding terms a dog is either a mixed breed or this
    $100 1
=
    $100 6
=
    $100 26
It plays an important part in catching a mouse
    $200 12
=
    $200 17
Ponce de Leon was struck by one during an Indian attack & died soon after
    $200 22
Chaucer wrote these racing dogs are "as swift as fowel in flyght"
    $200 2
=
    $200 7
=
    $200 27
Of our 40 presidents, he was definitely the "fat T" of the bunch
    DD: $500 13
=
    $300 18
The simplest blow guns are made from this giant grass
    $300 23
The smallest breed of dog, or the largest state in Mexico
    $300 3
=
    $300 8
=
    $300 28
Linda Goodman says that if you were born in the 1st 3 weeks of this month, you have charm of manner
    $400 14
Luke said it was his voice crying in the wilderness that Esaias the prophet talked about
    $400 19
This whip got its name when its blows were compared to the scratches of a feline
    $400 24
The chow chow is the only breed of dog that always has a blue-black one of these
    $400 4
=
    $400 9
=
    $400 29
These are on the fringes of your palms
    $500 15
He replaced Judas as 1 of the 12 Apostles
    $500 20
A knight might have spiced up his life by using this heavy clublike weapon to break armor
    $500 25
This wire-haired dog from Germany was named after its snout
    $500 5
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    $500 10
=
    $500 30
Those planning to stage one would "love to ruin" the regime in power

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Robert Francesca Maggie
$1,000 $1,400 $100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Francesca Maggie
$3,200 $1,900 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

IN THE NEWS
OPERA
U.S. CITIES
SCIENCE
THE MIDDLE AGES
STEPHEN KING
    $200 23
This fast food chain said it would phase out foam packaging at its 11,400 stores worldwide
    $200 21
Pat Nixon visits a pig farm in the modern opera about "Nixon in" this Asian country
    $200 2
It's the capital of what was once referred to as "Seward's Folly"
    $200 16
It's the part of a light bulb that's usually made of tungsten
    $200 1
From 1275-92, this Venetian explorer traveled in the service of Emperor Kublai Khan
    $200 6
The town of Jerusalem's Lot, plagued by vampires, is better known as this title territory
    $400 24
In November 1990 he finally married Jerry Hall, on the island of Bali
    $400 22
The jumping frog of this county was so celebrated he had an opera written about him
    $400 9
This city got a park, a free hospital & a university from the generosity of Johns Hopkins
    $400 17
Most plants will lose this green coloring pigment if they're not exposed to light
    $400 3
This religion whose name means "submission to the will of god" was founded in the 7th century
    $400 7
The deadly dog in a 1981 Stephen King title
    $600 25
This talk show host had viewers help choose new red glasses to replace her trademark specs
    $600 28
Encyclopedia Americana calls this Gershwin work "the first truly successful American opera"
    $600 10
Washington state's largest seaport; it's located about 125 miles in from the Pacific coast
    $600 18
This second most common element in the Earth's crust is used to make transistors & microchips
    DD: $1,200 4
Most medieval Europeans who could read & write did so in this language
    $600 13
The monster "It" was disguised as Pennywise, one of these
    $800 26
She resigned as Labor Secretary to head the American Red Cross
    $800 29
This Puccini title character stabs herself just before Lt. Pinkerton arrives to take her son away
    $800 11
In population, the largest incorporated city of Hollywood is in this state, not California
    $800 19
Measured in calories, it's transferred between objects by conduction, convection & radiation
    $800 5
This empire reached its greatest territorial extent under Justinian I in the 6th century
    $800 14
The King classic that takes place at the haunted Overlook Hotel in the mountains of Colorado
    DD: $3,000 27
2 of the 5 senators called "The Keating 5" for their alleged links to the Lincoln S&L owner
    $1000 30
In "Gotterdammerung", Hagen is seized by the maidens of this river & dragged into its depths
    $1000 12
5 Franciscan missions & 5 military installations are in or near this central Texas city
    $1000 20
In its solid form, this soft mineral is called steatite or soapstone
    $1000 8
In medieval craft guilds it was the class between apprentice & master craftsman
    $1000 15
The kind of mystical power that allowed his first heroine, Carrie, to move things

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Robert Francesca Maggie
$9,600 $4,500 $5,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN HISTORY
Edward Everett gave the principal speech here November 19, 1863

Final scores:

Robert Francesca Maggie
$11,601 $9,000 $9,800
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Robert Francesca Maggie
$12,600 $4,300 $5,200
29 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $22,100

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