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    $200 16
In 1963 he spoke of his "dream" that his children would one day "not be judged by the color of their skin"

Show #5283 - Wednesday, July 25, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games semifinal game 3.


Kriti Gandhi, a senior from Ellicott City, Maryland

Greg Peterson, a senior from Park Ridge, Illinois

Jeffrey Baer, a senior from Thornhill, Ontario, Canada

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 16
In 1963 he spoke of his "dream" that his children would one day "not be judged by the color of their skin"
    $200 21
8 academically impaired babes & 8 dorky guys help each other on this CW show
    $200 11
Saratoga & Yorktown are famous battles in this revolution
    $200 1
Lake Nasser was formed in 1968 when the waters of this river were blocked by the Aswan High Dam
    $200 26
At a 2005 auction, paintings by Warhol & Renoir didn't sell, but 3 by Congo, one of these playful primates, did
    $200 6
A measured quantity of medicine, it's also a homophone of a Spanish numeral
    $400 20
On August 21, 1959 it became our 50th state
    $400 22
Teams go 45,000 miles across 5 continents to gain fame & hard cash on this show
    $400 15
It ended in 1917 with Nicholas II out on his czary...
    $400 2
Banks of pearl-producing mollusks are found around Bahrain, on the Arabian shore of this gulf
    $400 27
The "Citrus Obsession" version of this classic Mattel doll is scented to smell like a piece of fruit
    $400 7
A female horse, of course
    DD: $1,500 18
Seen here, he was the earliest president ever to be photographed, & the first to have a middle name
    $600 23
Moto & Ravu are tribes on the 14th go-round of this show
    $600 14
The coup d'etat of 9 Thermidor was part of it
    $600 3
Toyama, Wakasa & Ishikari bays are arms of this sea
    $600 28
Hey, Bullwinkle! On Aug. 16, 2001, one of these large deer took a dip in a swimming pool near Spokane
    $600 8
It's slang for a potato
    $800 17
It's the period, 1920 to 1933, when alcoholic beverages were illegal
    $800 24
Boogie was bounced in Season 2 but came back & won the all-star competition in this fraternal game
    $800 12
In 1966 Mao Zedong launched this campaign to revolutionize Chinese Society, & chaos ensued
    $800 4
3 important cities on this sea include Stockholm, Gdansk & Klaipeda, Lithuania
    $800 29
It sounds rude, but this 5-letter word is the correct term for a ventriloquist's puppet
    $800 9
Peaceful percher pictured here
    $1000 19
Stephen Douglas proposed the act that repealed the Missouri Compromise & created these 2 territories
    $1000 25
This supermodel & onetime judge on "America's Next Top Model" started her own "Modeling Agency"
    $1000 13
It took the British by storm from about 1750 to 1850, & they were steamed
    $1000 5
This large Siberian lake is more than a mile deep at its deepest point
    $1000 30
I was disappointed that Miss Pluto & Miss Venus weren't contestants in this international pageant run by Donald Trump
    $1000 10
Fashion accessory in red seen here

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

Jeffrey Greg Kriti
$1,400 $5,600 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeffrey Greg Kriti
$4,000 $9,200 $5,100
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