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    $800 19
The Caucusus Mountains of Eastern Europe are predominantly found in this large country
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Show #5282 - Tuesday, July 24, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinal game 2.

Contestants

Lisa Ackerman, a senior from Livermore, California

Meryl Federman, a senior from Livingston, New Jersey

Aiden Pink, a freshman from St. Louis Park, Minnesota

Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARIES
SPORTS LEGENDS
BALLET
CHECK OUT MY CRIB
MOUNTAINS
WORDS
    $200 2
(Jon of the Clue Crew presents from a staged office.) A replica of this man's Oval Office desk includes gifts from the Georgia Democratic Party and from Hyman Rickover, his mentor in the Navy
    $200 1
Barry Bonds, among others, is currently trying to break this man's home run record of 755
    $200 20
Cadets attend a dance at a girls' school in "Graduation Ball", a ballet set in this capital of Austria
    $200 23
A Black Molly or 2 would be perfect to keep this calming crib feature in your living room free from algae
    $200 4
The Hoosac Mountains are a range of these "colorful" mountains located in Vermont
    $200 5
Chat about this in your chat room: "chat" is merely a shortened form of this 7-letter word
    $400 12
His presidential library is about 35 miles from the Kansas City, Missouri airport
    $400 3
This 7-time Tour de France champ said the 2006 NYC Marathon was the "hardest physical thing" he'd ever done
    $400 21
The 2000 ballet "Todo Buenos Aires" features different interpretations of this sensual ballroom dance
    $400 25
Sit down in this chair with an X-shaped frame & a canvas seat, perfect for yelling, "Quiet on the set!"
    $400 17
Seen here is Tenzing Norgay, standing on the summit of this mountain "because it's there"
    $400 6
This name for a work of art that you may carve in art class comes from the Latin for "to carve"
    $600 13
(Jon of the Clue Crew is at the wheel.) In 1948, George H.W. Bush and this young wife of his packed their belongings into a Studebaker and drove west to Odessa, Texas
    $600 10
From 1984 to 1992, 2 of the 3 players who won all the NBA MVP awards
    $600 24
I may say "neigh!" if you do a pas de cheval, a ballet step that imitates this animal
    $600 27
Chandeliers look great but nowadays don't usually use these items from which their name is derived
    $600 18
The Waianae Mountains in this U.S. state rise up to 4,025-foot Mt. Kaala
    $600 7
If you say, "I'm eating a hot dog with" this, you could mean a chopped pickle topping or just plain enjoyment
    $800 15
His library has a desk that's an exact replica of the one that his son was photographed under in 1963
    $800 11
In 1904 he became the first pitcher in the American League to throw a perfect game; now an award is named for him
    $800 26
He designed sets & costumes for "Where the Wlid Things Are", a ballet based on his own beloved book
    $800 28
In the furniture sense, this synonym of "pride" is dressing table
    $800 19
The Caucusus Mountains of Eastern Europe are predominantly found in this large country
    $800 8
Someone who sees a crime is an eyewitness; someone who experiences it aurally is this similar word
    $1000 16
(Kelly of the Clue Crew reports from Austin, Texas.) At the dedication in Austin in 1971, he said that of all the words in his presidential library, the two that best express his philosophy are "man can"
    $1000 14
This Czech-born woman who retired in 2006 won a record 9 Wimbledon Singles Championships
    $1000 29
The Carolina Ballet debuted a 2006 work based on this stormy Shakespearean shipwreck saga
    $1000 30
Wanna put your feet up? How about on one of these with a "Turkish" name
    DD: $4,800 22
Geological evidence shows that this 5,000-mile mountain chain may extend south into Antarctica
    $1000 9
The name of these small towers often seen on castles comes from Old French for "small towers"

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

Aiden Meryl Lisa
$4,200 $3,000 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Aiden Meryl Lisa
$11,000 $7,400 $1,400
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