Show #1494 - Thursday, February 14, 1991

1991 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Lauren Sager, a senior from Reston, Virginia

Agatha Feltus, a junior from Lexington, Kentucky

Chris Beckner, a senior from Mount Vernon, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

"B" IN GEOGRAPHY
MAGAZINES
COLORFUL SPORTS
RESTAURANT CHAINS
ZOOLOGY
VERY GRIMM FAIRY TALES
    $100 18
This region that includes parts of India & Bangladesh shares its name with a tiger
    $100 17
PC Novice is a new magazine for beginning users of thse
    $100 1
Though now it means just the area around the hole, it once meant the whole golf course
    $100 7
The biggest of these chicken franchises is near Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China
    $100 12
An onager is a wild one of these & a burro is a small domesticated one
    $100 2
One of the characters in this story cuts off part of her heel in a vain attempt to make a slipper fit
    $200 19
The color that describes a German "Forest", South Dakota "Hills" & a Eurasia "Sea"
    $200 27
In 1990 this entertainment weekly had an unprecedented 4 "Fall Preview" issues instead of the usual 1
    $200 23
CBS lost millions in ad revenue when this team swept the 1990 World Series
    $200 8
Fast food franchise named for founder R. Dave Thomas' daughter, not Peter Pan's pal
    $200 13
Few undertake "the taming of" this high-strung creature, the smallest insect-eating mammal
    $200 3
A king's son kills the dwarf who turned him into a bear in the story of this girl & Rose-Red
    $300 20
The huge Gateway of India Arch is a landmark in this port city
    DD: $300 28
This magazine calls its contributing artists & writers "The Usual Gang of Idiots"
    $300 24
Muhammad Ali, Joe Louis & Sugar Ray Robinson all fought in these amateur eliminations
    $300 9
No lie, it's the "Home of the Whopper"
    $300 14
There are 40 species of these land turtles that have stumpy legs instead of flippers & webbed feet
    $300 4
A witch takes this girl away from her parents & shuts her up in a tower; what a "let down"
    $400 21
Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland, & this is the capital of Northern Ireland
    $400 29
Of 16, Seventeen & 18, the one not a U.S. magazine
    $400 25
More Super Bowls have been played at this Miami stadium than any other
    $400 10
Si, it's the only one of the top 10 fast food chains with a Mexican food in its name
    $400 15
Alphabetically, this mammal, named "earth pig" by the Dutch, is first among animals
    $400 5
This little man demands a child as payment for helping the miller's daughter spin straw into gold
    $500 22
On his 1492 voyage, Columbus landed at what is now San Salvador in this group of islands
    $500 30
For 20 years the Children's Television Workshop has been publishing this magazine for preschoolers
    $500 26
Term for the turbulent frothing rapids a river rafter navigates
    $500 11
These red-roofed restaurants are the world's largest users of Mozzarella cheese
    $500 16
The U.S. gov't urged a logging ban on 3 million acres in the northwest to save this threatened bird
    $500 6
A king drowns while searching for 1 of these mythical beasts that's part eagle & part lion

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Chris Agatha Lauren
$800 $2,700 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Agatha Lauren
$3,100 $4,000 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

TEENS IN HISTORY
BOOKS & AUTHORS
1990 MOVIES
ARTISTS
MATHEMATICS
VALENTINE'S DAY
    $200 9
This "Great" czar was 17 when his mother arranged for him to marry a beautiful girl named Eudoxia
    $200 14
This Dumas title team plus D'Artagnan are "All for one, one for all"
    $200 23
Though set in the sewers of New York City, almost all of it was filmed in North Carolina
    $200 3
He died on Oct. 4, 1669 & was interred in Amsterdam's Westerkerk
    $200 7
It's the distance from the center of a circle to any point on its circumference
    $200 1
The chubby cherub who pierces hearts with his arrows
    $400 10
Guinness says Henry Long, elected in the 15th c. at age 15, was the youngest member ever of this legislature
    $400 15
He wrote a total of 14 books about the land of Oz
    $400 27
1990 sequel to "Three Men and a Baby"
    $400 19
Daniel Chester French made the huge marble statue of him that sits in his D.C. memorial
    $400 8
A secant is a straight line that intersects a circle at 2 points, this does it at 1 point
    $400 2
English lore says a woman will do this in a short time to the first man she sees on Valentine's Day
    $600 11
By the time he was a teenager, Felix Mendelssohn was a respected composer from this country
    DD: $2,000 16
In this novel, considered J. London's most popular, the dog Buck seems more human than animal
    $600 28
The name of the maniacal doll in "Child's Play 2"
    $600 20
Like Sr. Buonarotti, this was Sr. Caravaggio's first name
    $600 24
In a triangle, if angle C is a right angle, angles A & B will add up to this many degrees
    $600 4
In the past a man would "wear his heart"--his girl's name--on this part of his shirt
    $800 12
He was a student in Appolonia when he heard that his great-uncle Julius had been assassinated
    $800 17
He championed free trade in "An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations"
    $800 29
It's what Phoebe Cates & Zach Galligan found a "New Batch" of
    $800 21
While living in France, he produced his famous paintings "The Night Cafe" & "Sunflowers"
    $800 25
In a binary system you can tell when a number is odd, as it always ends in this
    $800 5
Some trace the day to the Roman Lupercalia, held to insure protection against these beasts
    $1000 13
This peasant girl was 14 when she saw her visions of the Virgin Mary at Lourdes in 1858
    $1000 18
He refused the Pulitzer Prize he was awarded in 1926 for "Arrowsmith"
    $1000 30
His title roles in 1990 were "Cry-Baby" & "Edward Scissorhands"
    DD: $2,000 22
Aptly, Canaletto is most famous for his paintings of this, his native city
    $1000 26
The general form of one of these equations is ax +bx + c = 0
    $1000 6
The city in which a "massacre" took place on that day in 1929

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Chris Agatha Lauren
$8,700 $15,000 $3,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
The only one of the 50 states that has a 1-syllable name

Final scores:

Chris Agatha Lauren
$9,701 $12,500 $7,600
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Chris Agatha Lauren
$8,700 $12,600 $3,800
20 R,
0 W
26 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $25,100

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