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    $500 6
A reddened tongue is one of the symptoms of this "colorful" fever caused by Streptococcus bacteria
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Show #1499 - Thursday, February 21, 1991

1991 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

Dana Bacon, a senior from Leader, Minnesota

Andy Westney, a senior from Atlanta, Georgia

Julie Knauer, a senior from Newtown, Connecticut

Jeopardy! Round

TV TEENS
19th CENTURY AMERICA
BAND PRACTICE
BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
COLORS
COMMON BONDS
    $100 7
He checked into Eastman Medical Center in 1989, not as a patient, but as a 16-year-old resident
    $100 18
In its battle for independence from Mexico, this future state had its own navy
    $100 1
Baton twirlers who perform with marching bands are called these
    $100 23
The name of this cookie & cracker king comes from National Biscuit Company
    $100 2
People magazine says "Barbara Blue", a color named for this woman, is "one of the hot hues for the '90s"
    $100 12
Oyster,
twin,
trundle
    $200 8
Sara Gilbert plays tomboy Darlene, who discovered boys in '90 on this blockbuster sitcom
    $200 19
In 1889, in New York City, Otis Company installed the first electric one of these
    $200 17
Traditionally, wind instruments are divided into woodwinds & these
    $200 24
Michael Jordan's "Air Jordans" are 1 of the products that have made this co. 1st in athletic shoe sales
    $200 3
The "moss" shade of this color is sometimes called mousse
    $200 13
Leon Czolgosz,
Charles Guiteau,
John Wilkes Booth
    $300 9
Class-cutting cutup played by M. Broderick on film & C. Schlatter on TV
    $300 20
A great fire in this city in 1835 destroyed almost 700 bldgs., including most of the old Dutch structures
    $300 30
Italian for "little", it reaches the highest pitches in the band
    $300 25
The Anglo American Corp. of this country is the world's largest producer of gold, diamonds & platinum
    $300 4
The color of the bird who snipped off the maid's nose in "Sing A Song Of Sixpence"
    $300 14
Footballs,
buckets,
bad habits,
    $400 10
This series ended its run after Blair, Tootie & Jo had grown old enough to know the title lessons
    $400 21
In 1887 the govt. of Hawaii granted the U.S. rights to use this harbor to fuel & repair ships
    $400 29
The only common marching band instrument beaten on both sides
    $400 26
Over the years this company has constructed 200 million little green houses for Monopoly
    $400 5
The color of the "mountain majesties" in "America The Beautiful"
    $400 15
Nails,
golf balls,
automobiles
    $500 11
In 1990 Clair's 17-year-old cousin Pam left her family to move in with this TV family
    $500 22
Passports were issued by local governments until 1856, when this federal department took charge of them
    DD: $500 28
Title of the following; it's the top-selling sheet music for marching bands in 1990-91: [Instrumental music plays]
    $500 27
The No. 1 manufacturer of plastic housewares, from bathmats to dish drainers
    $500 6
A reddened tongue is one of the symptoms of this "colorful" fever caused by Streptococcus bacteria
    $500 16
Lech Walesa in '83,
Bishop Desmond Tutu in 1984,
Mikhail Gorbachev in 1990

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

Julie Andy Dana
$2,400 $700 $300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Andy Dana
$2,400 $3,000 $300

Double Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
GEOGRAPHY
BALLET
RELIGION
BOTANY
QUEENS
    $200 2
George Wilson kills the title character of this F. Scott Fitzgerald novel
    $200 1
Ruling all the land surrounding it, the Romans called it "Mare Nostrum", "Our Sea"
    $200 30
In Petipa's version of this ballet, Sancho Panza is accused of stealing a goose or a chicken
    $200 11
People can be seen wearing these in the shape of a cross on their foreheads on a winter Wednesday
    $200 20
"Line" in altitude or latitude beyond which a normal forest growth does not occur
    $200 16
9-year-old Jadwiga was made queen of this country in 1386; she later restored the Univ. of Krakow
    $400 4
Captain Peleg & Captain Bildad are the principal owners of this ship in "Moby Dick"
    $400 3
This Turkish capital was formerly called Angora
    $400 29
"Stars and Stripes" is danced to the music of this composer of "The Stars And Stripes Forever"
    $400 12
In Christian art, it's shown as square for living people & circular for saints
    $400 22
Propagation method where a "scion" of 1 plant grows together with a "stock" of another
    DD: $1,300 17
The Muslims call her Balkis, Bible students know her as the queen of this
    $600 6
Stradlater is this character's roommate at Pencey Prep in "The Catcher in the Rye"
    $600 5
Of Labrador, Lapland & Latvia, the one within the Arctic Circle
    $600 28
Little Red Riding Hood & the wolf appear in Act III of his "The Sleeping Beauty"
    $600 13
City in which Jesus ate his last supper & from which Muhammad went to heaven
    $600 23
They're the individual units of the corolla of a flower
    $600 18
This British queen was the grandmother of Alexandra, the last empress of Russia
    $800 7
Pip is shocked to discover that Abel Magwitch is his benefactor in this Dickens novel
    $800 9
Hebron, one of the world's oldest cities, is located in this "occupied" area
    $800 27
An evil magician holds a group of princesses captive in this Stravinsky ballet about a bird
    $800 14
The Theravada branch of this is dominant in Thailand, the Mahayana in Taiwan & Japan
    $800 24
Viticulture is the art of growing these fruits
    $800 19
Her first 2 husbands were her brothers, both named Ptolemy
    $1000 8
In "Jane Eyre" his insane wife Bertha is kept on an upper floor of Thornfield
    $1000 10
The island of Aruba is part of this kingdom
    $1000 26
This handsome dancer was born in Riga, Latvia in 1948; he defected to the West in 1974 in Canada
    DD: $1,200 15
Organization whose slogan, seen on posters, is "A man may be down, but he is never out"
    $1000 25
Powdery mildew is a plant disease caused by this group of plants that includes molds
    $1000 21
Tried as Widow Capet by French revolutionaries, she was killed 9 months after her husband

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Julie Andy Dana
$4,000 $11,300 $1,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

VICE PRESIDENTS
The first vice president to become President of the United States

Final scores:

Julie Andy Dana
$7,992 $9,600 $3,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Julie Andy Dana
$4,000 $11,600 $2,000
12 R,
4 W
32 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $17,600

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