Show #5230 - Friday, May 11, 2007

2007 College Championship final game 2.
From the University of Southern California.


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Craig Boge, a senior from Stanford University (subtotal of $16,000)

Christine Kennedy, a freshman from the University of Notre Dame (subtotal of $3,200)

Cliff Galiher, a sophomore from UCLA (subtotal of $18,100)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 22
He's the member of LBJ's cabinet seen here in 1964
    $200 2
We hope the classrooms are air-conditioned during this session, begun at Harvard in 1871
    $200 10
"Measure for Measure",
    $200 16
The humpback type of this mammal is said to taste like beef, but I'd blubber if you served it to me
    $200 1
Memories of Watergate infuse the play inspired by David Frost's 1977 interview with this ex-president
    $200 30
The name of these bones that form the spinal column comes partly from a word meaning "to turn"
    $400 23
The Capital Dome seen here covers the room called this
    $400 3
Greek, Latin & "myth and text" are categories in this one-word department at Bucknell
    $400 11
"This Side of Paradise",
"Tender is the Night"
    $400 17
Iowa State Univ.'s Entomology Club once added mealworms to this fried grain that's a staple in Asian restaurants
    $400 4
Quirky kids like William Morris Barfee compete in "The 25th Annual Putnam County" one of these contests
    $400 29
This, a personal view or belief, comes from the Old French for "to think"
    $600 24
Collective name for the group seen here in 1868
    $600 5
A library cubicle or stall used for private study around holiday time could be called a Christmas this
    $600 12
"Tintern Abbey",
"The World is Too Much with Us"
    $600 18
World Book says that the Pilgrims served this snakelike fish at the first Thanksgiving; I'll stick to turkey
    $600 6
When in New York, take the "Behind the Emerald Curtain" tour, a behind-the-scenes look at this bewitching musical
    $600 26
The name of this class of cold-blooded creatures comes from a word for "to creep"
    $800 21
It's the decade the Rosie American woman seen here came on the poster scene
    $800 8
The prefix in this term tells you it's a course you have to take before you can take a more advanced one
    $800 14
"Mansfield Park",
"Northanger Abbey"
    $800 19
These birds whose young are called cygnets were a "cygnet"ure dish at medieval banquets
    $800 7
Angela Lansbury returned to B'way in 2007 as a former champion in this sport in Terrence McNally's "Deuce"
    $800 27
This dog breed's name comes from a German word for "to splash about"
    $1000 25
Former senator, veep & 1968 presidential candidate seen here
    $1000 9
Wisconsin has one of the oldest of these programs in which univs. "reach out" to non-full-time students
    $1000 15
"The Executioner's Song",
"The Castle in the Forest"
    $1000 20
Warning: if you see tete de veau on a French menu, it's this part of a calf
    $1000 13
Revived in 2007, it's Eric Bogosian's play about an acid-tongued talk show host
    DD: $1,000 28
Appropriately, this adjective that means the giving of one's name to something comes from the Greek for "giving name"

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

Cliff Christine Craig
$1,600 $1,600 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Christine Craig
$7,200 $2,400 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 7
(Hi, I'm Leonard Maltin.) I teach film at USC, but I'm also the resident film buff on this syndicated TV show about show biz--a job I've held since 1982
    $400 2
A 1761 work by the great anatomist Morgagni has records of 640 of these procedures
    $400 1
This scientist's collection at the Jewish National & University Library in Jerusalem includes a lot of limericks
    $400 30
When this Paris prison was stormed on July 14, 1789, only 7 prisoners were found
    $400 29
Damages for this 2005 disaster have been estimated at $125 billion, not to mention the devastating loss of life
    $400 12
Evy. Wrd. Invlvd. Hre. Hs. Bn. Ths.
    $800 8
(I'm Julie Chen.) I host the CBS reality show "Big Brother", whose title was inspired by this British author
    $800 3
Gold leads all metals in this property, the ability to be drawn into wires without breaking
    DD: $4,000 17
Irving Berlin's & Walt Whitman's personal papers are held in this library founded in 1800
    $800 22
The French people called this queen who they mistrusted "the Austrian Woman"
    $800 25
Nothing to boast about, but the state with the most hazardous waste sites, more than 115, is this "Garden State"
    $800 13
It's wrongful conduct by a professional, like a doctor, causing injury
    $1200 9
(Hey, I'm Mark McGrath.) I earned a degree in communications from USC before I joined this rock band that was formerly known as The Shrinky Dinx
    $1200 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a science lab.) The melting of ice doesn't raise the level of water because ice does this to a volume of water equivalent to its own volume when it melts
    $1200 18
A Victorian-styled room at the Toronto Public Library is "Holmes" to a collection on this author
    $1200 21
This nobleman known for his role in the American Revolution was made commander of the Natl. Guard
    $1200 26
In the U.S. in 1900 this was 46.3 for males & 48.3 for females; in 2000 it was 74.3 & 79.7
    $1200 14
The act of making or enacting laws
    $1600 10
This star of "8 Simple Rules" was a drama major at USC & a student award for comic acting is given in his honor
    $1600 5
The Flintstones' pet could tell you that these parts of plankton are named in part for appendages called flagella
    $1600 19
Want to see if he really said, "God is dead"? Search his collection of papers at the University of Basel's Library
    $1600 23
It's the English translation of the 3-word slogan of the French Revolution
    $1600 27
On the new Airbus A380 plane, the overall length is 239 feet, while this is even longer at 261 feet
    $1600 15
(Jon of the Clue Crew holds a small pyramid.) From the Greek for "four faces", it's a solid like the one seen here
    $2000 11
Alex Hailey saw LeVar Burton play Ali Hakim in "Oklahoma!" at USC before choosing him to star in this TV miniseries
    $2000 6
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a micrograph of an organism with radial symmetry on the monitor.) A grungy type of earth used as industrial filler is named for these beautiful symmetrical algae from which it's made
    $2000 20
The Enoch Pratt Free Library in this U.S. city is known for its H.L. Mencken collection
    $2000 24
At her execution, she declared, "I killed one man to save a hundred thousand"
    DD: $2,000 28
Yikes! This visible surface of the sun below the chromosphere is about 10,000 degrees F.
    $2000 16
It wasn't Ling-Ling's summer condo, it's riotous uproar or utter chaos

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cliff Christine Craig
$18,000 $4,800 $9,000
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

It says, "Prudence... will dictate that governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes"

Final scores:

Cliff Christine Craig
$17,900 $0 $11,007

Cumulative scores:

Cliff Christine Craig
$36,000 $3,200 $27,007
Tournament champion: $100,000 + a trophy 2nd runner-up: $25,000 1st runner-up: $50,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cliff Christine Craig
$22,000 $4,800 $11,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
0 W
18 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $37,800

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Game tape date: 2007-04-22
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