Show #3728 - Wednesday, November 15, 2000

2000-B College Championship semifinal game 1.
From the University of Washington in Seattle.


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Dave Sabath, a senior at Wisconsin-Madison from Western Springs, Illinois

Genevieve Romeo, a junior at Ursinus College from Yonkers, New York

Carl Gilbertsen, a junior at the University of Illinois from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: All correct responses will contain the letters "S-S".)
    $100 1
The promised land of Canaan was said to be flowing with these 2 things
    $100 16
The NBA's
    $100 22
Uh-oh! This 14,410-foot mountain that looms over Seattle is actually an active volcano
    $100 11
Cut from cords of semolina dough, they're dried & packed in boxes with cheese by Kraft
    $100 21
This ancient statue is also named the Aphrodite of Melos
    $100 2
One who goes along for the ride
    $200 3
Sound the trumpets! Before his death, Moses named this man his successor
    $200 17
Devil Rays
    $200 23
When dining at SkyCity, this famous tower's revolving restaurant, save room for the Lunar Orbiter dessert
    $200 12
Billabong, an Aussie company, makes this out of emu, ostrich & kangaroo meats as well as regular beef
    $200 27
He said he had no difficulty expressing sadness & extreme solitude in the work seen here
    $200 7
To study in minute detail or take apart; some people draw the line at doing it to frogs
    $300 4
They're the only 2 books of the Hebrew bible named for specific women
    $300 18
The NFL's
    $300 24
A museum on Main Street is named for this Klondike event that turned 1890s Seattle into a boom town
    $300 13
Cut in sections off trees, it's boiled, scraped & then dried for commercial use, like for bottle stoppers
    $300 28
A 231-foot band of linen, this medieval embroidery depicts the Norman Conquest of England
    $300 8
It's the highest rank of diplomat
    $400 5
While in the court of Nebuchadnezzar, this visionary was given the name Belteshazzar
    $400 19
The NHL's
    $400 25
Known as the EMP for short, this music museum seen here is one of Seattle's newest attractions
    $400 14
Cut down a bunch of Thompson seedlesses, dry them & you get these
    $400 29
This movement got its name from the painting seen here
    $400 9
The pressure is on to make this coffee, quick
    $500 6
Twice, with an evil spirit upon him, this king tried to slay David with his javelin
    $500 20
    $500 26
Dudley, who lives in the Seattle Aquarium, aspires to the largest of these 8-armed creatures in captivity
    $500 15
Cut from a bog, it's then dried for use as a fuel
    DD: $700 30
She vacationed in New Mexico & settled there after her husband Alfred Stieglitz died in 1946
    $500 10
The name of this thin, sheer fabric preceded condor & albatross in the names of pedal-driven planes

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

Carl Genevieve Dave
-$900 $1,000 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Genevieve Dave
$800 $1,100 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: That sounds like fun!)
    $200 1
Mary McAleese is president of this country also called Eire
    $200 18
Greeks in your dorm might be from Athens or members of one of these organizations
    $200 16
The off-Broadway hit "The Bomb-itty of Errors" is a hip-hop version of this Shakespeare play
    $200 8
Each human cell has 23 pairs of chromosomes, 1 of them this type rated XX or XY
    $200 6
Biblical book that's the source of the Jewish Theological Seminary's "And The Bush Was Not Consumed"
    $400 2
In 1999 Vaira Vike-Freiberga became president of this Baltic nation wedged between Lithuania & Estonia
    $400 19
As seen in the film "Dead Man on Campus", legend has it that if this person dies you get straight As
    $400 17
"Ataka", perhaps the most famous play in this form of Japanese drama, has been adapted for Kabuki
    $400 29
Dyan Cannon plays Judge Cone, she of the sexy Wattles, on this TV show
    $400 9
Beadle & Tatum's study of mold on this food helped launch molecular genetics
    $400 7
"Petimus Credimus", "We Seek, We Trust" at this Christian school in the news when George W. visited in 2000
    $600 3
The daughter of 2 former leaders, Chandrika Kumaratunga is president of this country highlighted here
    $600 20
By now you may have personal names for some of these dorm insects, AKA Periplaneta Americana
    DD: $1,000 23
(Hi, I'm Donny Osmond.) I sang "Any Dream Will Do" from "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" at this composer's 50th birthday celebration in London in 1998
    $600 28
He's passed for "astronomical" yardage quarterbacking Houston, Minnesota & Seattle
    DD: $700 10
Made up of amino acids, they form structures called histones around which DNA curls
    $600 13
Honor & Country come after this in West Point's motto
    $800 4
Since 1996 prime minister Sheikh Hasina has led this nation formerly known as East Pakistan
    $800 21
You're all set to meet the Swedish students moving in across the hall with records like "Dancing Queen" by this band
    $800 24
In a play by Karl Schonherr, a man who plays this role in a passion play becomes a betrayer in real life, too
    $800 27
Nickname of Katherine Kelley, author of tell-all-&-then-some bios of Nancy Reagan & Jackie O.
    $800 11
A key to mapping the human genome was the random-sequencing method known by the name of this weapon
    $800 14
Yale's "Lux et Veritas" means "Light and" this
    $1000 5
In 2000 Tarja Halonen became the first woman president of this northern European nation seen here
    $1000 22
Stanton, Thompson, Leblanc & Marchand are all dorm names at my alma mater, this university in Canada's capital
    $1000 25
This actor-playwright's acclaimed 1980 drama "True West" was finally produced on Broadway in 2000
    $1000 26
He represented Washington in the House for 30 years, including 1989-1995 as speaker
    $1000 12
The genotype is an organism's genetic makeup; this rhyming word means its resulting appearance
    $1000 15
The University of North Dakota's "Lux et Lex" means "Light and" this

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Carl Genevieve Dave
$9,400 $5,100 $1,200

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

The only palaces on U.S. soil that were built for monarchs are found in this state

Final scores:

Carl Genevieve Dave
$10,201 $700 $2,398
Finalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Carl Genevieve Dave
$9,000 $5,100 $1,700
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
11 R,
1 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $15,800

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Game tape date: 2000-09-16
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