Show #2411 - Monday, February 13, 1995

1995 Teen Tournament semifinal game 1.


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Halla Yang, a junior from Knoxville, Tennessee

Chuck Truesdell, a senior from Tollesboro, Kentucky

Susannah Batko-Yovino, a junior from Altoona, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
This Michael Crichton novel concerns the cloning of dinosaur DNA
    $100 8
He plays Blossom's brother Joey Russo — whoa!
    $100 1
This Australian tree dweller has only 30 teeth, unlike most marsupials which have 40 to 50
    $100 6
The word nerd may come from a character in this children's author's "If I Ran the Zoo"
    $100 14
The tour of this bureau includes a visit to the crime labs & a demonstration on the shooting range
    $100 26
He published "Poor Richard's Almanack" under the pseudonym Richard Saunders
    $200 10
"There was something vampiric about rock music" is a quote from her novel "The Vampire Lestat"
    $200 20
She steams up the screen as the scheming Amanda on "Melrose Place"
    $200 2
The red species of this animal is the largest living marsupial
    $200 7
The Algonquin word pocohiquara gave us the name of this hardwood tree
    $200 15
When visiting Arlington National Cemetery, be sure to see the changing of the guard at this site
    $200 27
In 1950 the Minnesota Valley Canning Co. took its name after this advertising symbol—Ho ho ho!
    $300 11
Part one of this Victor Hugo epic is called "Fantine"
    $300 21
On this sitcom Steven Q. Urkel uses boss sauce to transform himself into suave heartthrob Stefan Urkel
    DD: $500 3
This marsupial has the most northerly range, reaching as far north as Canada
    $300 16
The Latin caedere, "to cut", gave us the name of this 2-bladed snipping implement
    $300 19
This plane flown by "Lucky Lindy" is suspended from the ceiling of the National Air and Space Museum
    $300 28
This fabulist gave us the moral "Slow and steady wins the race"
    $400 12
His original title for "Of Human Bondage" was "Beauty from Ashes", a misquotation from Isaiah
    $400 22
He played a teen named Todd on "Sister Kate", but his most famous TV role is Brandon Walsh
    $400 4
This Tasmanian marsupial eats all of its prey, including the skin & bones
    $400 17
This unit of length equal to 1,760 yards comes from the Latin for "thousand"
    $400 24
Visitors may ride a subway that connects this building with the Senate & House office buildings
    $400 29
About half the size of a flute, this woodwind is the highest-pitched instrument in an orchestra
    $500 13
His novel "Ivanhoe" opens "In that pleasant district of merry England which is watered by the River Don"
    $500 23
Chad Allen appears on this frontier series as Dr. Mike's adopted teenage son Matthew
    $500 5
Besides Australia, wallabies can be found on this large island just north of it
    $500 18
This word for the science that deals with food & nourishment comes from the Latin meaning "to suckle"
    $500 25
From 1877-1895 this ex-slave & orator lived in a house that's now a popular tourist attractions
    $500 30
It's the only one of the Great Lakes that doesn't border Canada

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

Susannah Chuck Halla
$2,600 $800 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Chuck Halla
$3,300 $3,900 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
Pioneer James W. Marshall discovered gold at this California mill in 1848
    $200 26
It was the only paper in the world to print the entire WWI peace treaty; it was all fit to print
    $200 21
Though Quechuan & Jivaroan are spoken in Ecuador, this is the country's official language
    $200 16
The battery for one of these heart regulators operates for 7 or 8 years before it needs replacing
    $200 8
He arranged the folded hands in the "Mona Lisa" so the subject formed a pyramid shape
    $200 1
In 1984 Apple Computer introduced this model line
    $400 3
On Nov. 20, 1789 New Jersey became the first state to ratify this group of constitutional amendments
    DD: $1,100 28
It can be a regular feature or a division of a page
    $400 22
This famous desert covers the northern half of Mali
    $400 17
Tetracycline is one of the most common of these drugs used to fight bacterial infections
    $400 12
This artist's Rose Period is characterized by paintings harlequins & circus performers
    $400 7
This term for a single point in a graphic image is short for "picture element"
    $600 4
In 1934 Pres. Roosevelt nationalized this metal & set the purchase price at 50 cents per ounce
    $600 27
The newspaper uses this page to declare its opinions
    $600 23
Papeete, the capital of French Polynesia, lies on this beautiful island
    $600 18
This doctor's "Home Guide to Emergency Medical Situations" has a section on his own "Maneuver"
    $600 13
He painted "Starry Night" while confined to the asylum of Saint-Paul in Saint-Remy
    $600 9
Term for the small picture that represents an object on a display screen
    DD: $500 5
In 1736 John & Charles Wesley visited this colony at the invitation of James Oglethorpe
    $800 29
A conventional news story has 2 parts: the body & this, which summarizes the story
    $800 24
The name of Zihuatanejo, a resort town in this country, is Nahuatl for "beach of the women"
    $800 19
While women are the carriers of this hereditary bleeding disorder, they rarely develop it themselves
    $800 14
In 1934 this "American Gothic" artist became a professor of fine arts at the University of Iowa
    $800 10
A trackball is basically one of these control devices lying on its back
    $1000 6
U.S. Army General Leslie Groves was chief administrator of this program to build the atom bomb
    $1000 30
Name for the group of reporters whose beat is 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
    $1000 25
It's the religion of 97% of the people of Luxembourg
    $1000 20
This tick-borne disease accompanied by fever, aches & a rash was first identified in Conn. in 1975
    $1000 15
After years of apprenticeship this Dutch artist of "The Night Watch" began signing his own works in 1625
    $1000 11
This unit relating to the speed of a modem is named for Jean Maurice Emile Baudot

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Susannah Chuck Halla
$9,200 $6,700 $4,800

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The name of this organization comes from the phrase "philosophia biou kubernetes"

Final scores:

Susannah Chuck Halla
$13,700 $0 $7,800
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Susannah Chuck Halla
$8,300 $6,700 $5,100
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
23 R,
4 W
8 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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Game tape date: 1995-01-04
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