Show #3954 - Thursday, November 8, 2001

2001 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.
From the campus at UCLA.


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Marques Redd, a sophomore at Harvard University from Macon, Georgia

Erin Bogart, a junior at Miami University of Ohio from Cincinnati, Ohio

Jayce Newton, a senior at UCLA from Long Beach, California

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: We want you to name the state as we present...)
(Alex: And it came up completely at random...)
    $100 1
Some of these implements survive from the old copper culture of 5,000 years ago--no bait, though
    $100 11
"Famous potatoes"
    $100 16
In 2000 this conference had 3 teams win 10 or more games: Washington, Oregon & Oregon state
    $100 4
We don't know if it was an apple, a kumquat or a banana, but we do know the fruit eve gave Adam was labeled this
    $100 18
After UCLA he went to NYC, then returned to California to star in films like "Rebel Without a Cause"
    $100 26
This ceremony in Tokyo's Keio Plaza Hotel achieves the 4 principles of harmony, respect, purity & tranquility
    $200 2
The SOIC is a society dedicated to remembering these, in which fountain pens & pigtails were dipped
    $200 12
    $200 17
This school's Huskers set a college bowl record by scoring 66 points against Northwestern in the Alamo Bowl
    $200 5
In dissection, use this pincers-like instrument to hold the skin when making an incision
    $200 22
Emmy-winning alumna seen here
    $200 27
B.R.E.W. stands for the "Rescue, Education & Welfare" of this breed of dog popularized by Charles Schulz
    $300 3
Old Westerners decorated holsters; old Europeans decorated these sword sheaths
    $300 13
"Land of Lincoln"
    $300 19
The USA's only major undefeated team, it won the national title by beating Florida State in the Orange Bowl
    $300 6
Fodder for cattle, as a verb it means "to plunder"
    DD: $500 23
UCLA grad Ted Stevens helped get this state into the Union & has been its senator for over 30 years
    $300 28
Plant your own bush at the Tranquil Resort near Bangalore, a vacation plantation for this crop
    $400 9
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew pretends to chop at a stone slab.) I'm wielding the versatile stone-age tool called a hand this, though it lacks a separate blade
    $400 14
"Land of Enchantment"
    $400 20
Lou Holtz coached this school's Gamecocks to an 8-4 record after a winless season in 1999
    $400 7
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew holds a fluid-filled jar.) In high school, I just couldn't cut up my frog, so I've still got him--preserved in this
    $400 24
He helped UCLA to two NCAA titles, had a great NBA career & is now a TV commentator
    $400 29
It's from the Latin for "warming"; Whispered Prayers Wicca Store has a 2-gallon one for all your toil & trouble
    $500 10
The guy pictured here is a "dux", latin for "leader", so the medieval coin seen here is called this
    $500 15
"Treasure the Chesapeake"
    $500 21
A sprained ankle forced this Virginia Tech QB (& Heisman hopeful) to miss 1 game & parts of 2 others during 2000
    $500 8
This 3-named Confederate cavalry general became a leader of the Ku Klux Klan
    $500 25
His "astronomical" success includes creating "90210", "Melrose Place" & "Sex and the City"
    $500 30
Reed's Brew Soda contains a large proportion of this root that is cultivated extensively in Asia & Jamaica

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

Jayce Erin Marques
-$800 $1,100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jayce Erin Marques
$700 $1,800 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 18
This city was founded in 52 B.C. on the Ile de la Cite, an island in the Seine River
    $200 23
For chapped lips try this brand of petroleum jelly; for dry skin try the Intensive Care lotion
    $200 1
Thomas Jefferson sings! & so does Sally Hemings in a 2000 opera named for this Virginia residence
    $200 12
When their "MmmBop" reached No. 1 in May 1997, they became the first artists born in the 1980s to have a No. 1 single
    $200 7
Stamps showing a volcano in Nicaragua helped convince Congress to put the canal in this country
    $200 3
Tennyson's poem "Locksley Hall" says, "In" this season "a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love"
    $400 19
This capital is a port lying on the straits of Florida
    $400 24
The type of this kept in your medicine chest is usually 70% isopropyl or ethyl
    $400 2
"Don Giovanni" tells the tale of the legendary seducer known by this name in Spanish
    $400 13
The first single from her "Butterfly" CD, "Honey" debuted at No. 1 & remained there for 3 weeks
    $400 15
With the end of the war in 1848, this country lost half of its territory to the U.S.
    $400 8
Tennyson met his bosom friend Arthur Hallam while attending Trinity College at this university
    $600 20
In 1898 Lord Kitchener & the British recaptured this African capital from the forces of 'Abd Allah
    $600 25
It's the more common name for acetylsalicylic acid (& it's easier to pronounce)
    $600 4
A 1997 opera (& a Steven Spielberg film) were inspired by the 1839 slave rebellion on this ship
    $600 14
With the 1999 song "Bailamos", he accomplished something his father was unable to achieve--a No. 1 U.S. pop hit
    $600 28
1 of the 2 agricultural products Cesar Chavez called a boycott of in 1970
    DD: $500 9
In this 1855 poem, there were cannon to the right, left & in front of 600 very unfortunate men
    DD: $500 21
This South American capital is home to the General Bernardo O'Higgins Military School
    $800 26
Isotretinoin, used to treat severe acne, is better known by this trademark name
    $800 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew tries to hit a high note wearing a horned helmet and long blonde braids.) I'm getting dressed for the role of Brunnhilde in "Die Walkure", an opera by this composer

    $800 16
In this 1998 hit, No. 1 for 13 weeks, Brandy & Monica sang, "I'm sorry that you seem to be confused, he belongs to me"
    $800 29
This general cleared out the vets camped in Washington, D.C. in July 1932, probably vowing to return if they ever did
    $800 10
In "The Death of" this king, he "shot thro' the lists at Camelot, and charged before the eyes of ladies and of kings"
    $1000 22
This Azerbaijani capital might be a contraction of the Persian "bad kube", or "blown upon by mountain winds"
    $1000 27
If you tend to nick yourself shaving, keep one of these "pencils" on hand to stop the bleeding
    $1000 6
A flop when it debuted in 1904, this Puccini opera set in Nagasaki later became one of the best-loved operas
    $1000 17
Her No. 1 hits include "Again" & "Together Again"
    $1000 30
To keep trains moving during this firm's 1894 strike, mail cars were added, so stopping them was a federal offense
    $1000 11
Tennyson succeeded this "Tintern Abbey" poet as Poet Laureate in 1850

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jayce Erin Marques
$2,500 $3,900 $5,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

It's the body that's about 1 1/4 light-seconds from Earth

Final scores:

Jayce Erin Marques
$5,000 $4,400 $6,050
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jayce Erin Marques
$3,000 $4,400 $5,700
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
18 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W

Combined Coryat: $13,100

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Game tape date: 2001-10-06
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