Troy Steinmetz (Santa Clara): Fundraising mgr.
Jennifer Fuquay (San Antonio)
3-TIME CHAMP: Alan Lin $64,800
FROM PAGE TO SCREEN
NOT ON THE PERIODIC TABLE (each word ends w/ a vowel)
The $1K Old Job means a TDD’s coming for the champ, who’s in 2nd w/ $1400 to the other man’s $3400.
A tipper was a specialized fletcher putting metal tips on these.
“What are arrows?”…bullseye. Troy adds $200 to his tally just before the recess.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $400 (Sports- right away)
SOLE UNATTEMPTED TS: $800 (Kinda Sciencey- at end of rd.; the $1K clue there & the $200 NOT on the Period Table clue were left behind)
Alan: $7,400/Jennifer: $1K/Troy: $6K
A TV GUIDE
ALMOST THERE TO THE STATE CAPITAL
Troy drives to the DD at the $1600 rest area of Almost There to the State Capital w/ a 2nd-place total of $11,200, $3800 off the pace; Jennifer’s on a positive $200. Troy’s $5K answer for 1st if he’s right:
The two capitals w/ the complete names of months within their names.
He blanks on Juneau & Augusta. Troy uses the High School Strategy & it pays him off w/ the final DD $1600 within Regarding Henry; he’s almost in runaway mode w/ $15,400 when you compare him to Troy ($7800) & Jennifer (three grand). The bet’s two.
His determination in exploration got him the Congolese nickname Bula Matari, “Breaker of Rocks”.
“Uh, who is Henry the Navigator?”…um, no- who was Henry Mort Stanley? The $400 answers for that & 4-Syllable Words shall disappear.
SOLE ATTEMPTED TS: $1600 (4-Syllable Words)
UNATTEMPTED LT: $8400
TOTAL DJ! LT: $10K
Alan: $14,600/Jennifer: $3K (OUT)/Troy: $8,600
FJ! #164: TOYS
When it was first marketed in the late 1970s, this toy was given the Hungarian name “Buvos Kocka”.
JENNIFER: NOTHING & BUSTS
TROY: “WHAT IS THE RUBIK’S CUBE?” ($6001) = $14,601
ALAN: “What is a Rubik’s Cube” ($5K) = $19,600 $84,400