Show #5229 - Thursday, May 10, 2007

2007 College Championship final game 1.
From the University of Southern California.


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Craig Boge, a senior from Stanford University

Christine Kennedy, a freshman from the University of Notre Dame

Cliff Galiher, a sophomore from UCLA

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
In 1901 this city dug up the plans Pierre L'Enfant drew up for its layout back in 1791 and followed them
    $200 21
Send your resume in a 9x12 envelope, & remember, a first-class postage stamp is going up to this price in May 2007
    $200 2
The yellowhammer isn't Alabama's official state tool, it's the official state this
    $200 16
The major subdivision of a genus or subgenus
    $200 1
Matt Damon plays a janitor at M.I.T. who's really a math genius in this film
    $200 11
In book titles, Lewis Carroll took Alice on "Adventures in Wonderland" & "Through" this
    $400 27
His plan for the University of Virginia was of an "academical village" around a "temple of knowledge"
    $400 22
On a job application, under "sex", don't write "okay" & don't overuse this first-person singular pronoun
    $400 3
It's round! It's red! It's Tennessee's state fruit!--though some might call it a vegetable
    $400 17
There's a 3,200-square-mile one of these masses in Vatnajokull, Iceland
    $400 7
Disillusioned with their lives, Luke Wilson & Will Ferrell start their own frat in this film
    $400 12
When he meets Alice, this character says, "It's very provoking to be called an egg, very!"
    $600 28
In 1963 Studebaker announced plans to stop making these in the U.S. & make them only in Canada
    $600 23
Don't assume a woman interviewer is married; use this title that came into usage in the 1970s
    $600 4
A statue known as "The Strolling Professor" seems to stroll through the campus of this univ. in Raleigh
    $600 18
Dating from a remote period of time (like the Hyksos, not the '80s!)
    $600 8
In this 2001 film, a sorority queen proves she has what it takes to make it at Harvard Law School
    $600 13
"'Contrariwise,' continued" he, "'if it was so, it might be'"
    $800 29
Section 401 of the Internal Revenue Code covers the various plans for this, including "early" this
    $800 24
If you email your resume, make sure the attachment doesn't contain this infectious computer agent
    $800 5
Appropriately, the city of Great Falls is the seat of Cascade County in this state
    $800 19
It's a number placed before & multiplying another quantity, such as 5 in the expression 5x
    $800 9
Nick Cannon marches to his own beat as he tries to lead the marching band to victory in this film
    $800 14
"'The time has come,' the walrus said, 'to talk of many things: of shoes--& ships--& sealing wax--of cabbages--&'" these
    $1000 30
He told Spain he planned to use the proceeds from his trip to Asia to help recapture Jerusalem from the Muslims
    $1000 25
On a cover letter don't be this, repetitive, from the Latin for "overflow"; you shouldn't, it's important not to
    DD: $1,000 6
Counties in this state named for people killed at the same site include Floyd, Travis & Bowie
    $1000 20
If you have unlimited knowledge or awareness, you're this
    $1000 10
A street dancer is courted by 2 frats that need his skills to win the national step show competition in this 2007 film
    $1000 15
This enigmatic feline "only grinned when it saw Alice... still it had very long claws and a great many teeth"

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

Cliff Christine Craig
$4,800 $1,000 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Christine Craig
$9,200 $1,600 $6,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
The genus name of the burrowing owl is this Greek goddess of wisdom
    $400 6
McGill University, University of Regina
    $400 16
Many have their very own center island or even a peninsula to work at in this room of the house
    $400 26
Perhaps because this beverage "gives you wiiings!", it sponsors Flugtag, a flying contest
    $400 11
"s/v" may appear when a passage have a lack of agreement between these 2 items (like this clue do)
    $400 1
If you went to this European capital that existed only from 1949 to 1990, you'd definitely entered the "red zone"
    $800 22
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew presents from UC Santa Cruz.) The network it uses to capture food gives this marine creature, with genus name Gorgonocephalus, after mythical creatures with these for hair
    $800 7
Universita Degli Studi di Siena, Politechnico di Bari
    $800 17
After basic surgery, you'll most likely be transported to this alliterative space for care & observation
    $800 27
Hug it out! Ari Gold on this HBO series was based in part on real-life agent Ari Emanuel
    $800 12
David Hume was born in 1711 & "trans" means you don't have a logical one of these between ideas
    $800 2
The U.S. called "offside" when Russia invaded this mountainous Muslim nation in 1979
    $1200 23
Dicerorhinus is the appropriate genus name of the Sumatran type of this animal, which has 2 horns
    $1200 8
Politechnika Krakowska, Politechnika Wroclawska
    $1200 18
Once upon a time, classrooms had these rooms for storing outer garments, umbrellas, lunches...
    $1200 28
This quartet became Internet darlings with the treadmill choreography of its video "Here It Goes Again"
    $1200 13
"Pass" can be the opposite of "fail" or, as an abbreviation, the opposite of this preferred voice
    $1200 3
It was "third and long" when this ex-president ran for a third term in 1912; he ended up losing
    $1600 24
The swallowtail type of this is genus papilio; makes sense, since "papillon" is French for it
    $1600 9
University of Wollongong, Southern Cross University
    DD: $2,500 19
Latin for "sun terrace", it's a glass-enclosed room where you can sit and enjoy the Sun
    $1600 29
Soccer great Mia Hamm is married to this Dodger first baseman
    $1600 14
If this basic grammatical unit is faulty, it may be marked "r/o" or "frag"
    DD: $3,000 4
British Major and spy John Andre was an "ineligible receiver" when he got the secret plans to this location in 1790
    $2000 25
This carnivore of the dog family is in the genus vulpes; "vulpine" means to resemble that animal
    $2000 10
Pondicherry Engineering College, Gajra Raja Medical College
    $2000 20
In a monastery and in some colleges, the dining room is often referred to by this 9-letter word
    $2000 30
This nickname of music producer Timothy Mosley is derived from a brand of boots
    $2000 15
You may find "awk" for "awkward" next to this type of ambiguous modifier, like "shake before using"
    $2000 5
(Alex: Here's somebody familiar to all of us, Pete Carroll.)
At Gettysburg in 1863 Union forces made a famous "goal line stand" at Cemetery Hill against the charge named for this man

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Christine Craig
$22,600 $5,200 $10,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

This term still had "work" on the end when Vinton Cerf & Robert Kahn, 2 of its creators, used it in a key 1974 paper

Final scores:

Cliff Christine Craig
$18,100 $3,200 $16,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cliff Christine Craig
$21,200 $5,200 $13,400
25 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
7 R,
0 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,800

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Game tape date: 2007-04-22
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