http://www.j-archive.com/showgame.php?game_id=5819MinnesotaMyron wrote: ↑Tue Oct 31, 2017 9:03 pmBased on the photo on this page and the video I just checked, 99% yes.Cat Hammarskjold wrote: ↑Tue Oct 31, 2017 8:13 pmIs the Nancy Dickmann (two n's according to the Teen tournament wiki) the same one who emigrated to the UK and won a series of Mastermind, in addition to many other accomplishments? She looked like she was in her 30's when her series was recorded in 2008/9, and an article said that she had been living in the UK for seven years after college, so being a teen in 1993 makes some level of sense.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/engl ... 112527.stm
Thanks for catching my spelling error and uncovering Nancy's future success!
And the first game from these tapes is in. February 19, 1993, 1993 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.
Fraser Woodford vs. Suj Vijayan vs. Nancy Dickmann.
The contestants played a perfect J! round, every clue correct, and no incorrect guesses. They took that streak all the way to clue 15 of DJ!, not having enough time to work out that the 33rd president was
Terrible clue alert. The J! round Daily Double, SIGNS & SYMBOLS for $300. How many possible answers can you think of?
2 common office machines that feature both of the following symbols:
Fact worth knowing: Brigham Young University in in Provo, Utah, not Salt Lake City (or as Fraser put it, "Salt Lake".) (There is also a Hawaii campus, in Laie.)
Clue of the game will be for '92 ELECTION for $1000, what must be this particular fellow's first mention on the show:
Ben Nighthorse Campbell, a Native American, won election to the Senate from this state
And for whoever is tracking Wild Card eligible scores, Alex was nice enough to tell the viewers what they were. Maybe this info was already available, but if not, here 'tis.