Show #4254 - Thursday, February 13, 2003

2003 Teen Tournament final game 1.


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Tyler Allard, a senior from Garrett Park, Maryland

John Zhang, a junior from Lexington, Kentucky

Anthony Valente, a senior from Staten Island, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

___ OG
    $200 3
In February 1865, 2 months before surrendering, he became general in chief of all the Confederate armies
    $200 1
This soccer player whose real first name is Mariel is one of 4 women to have scored over 100 goals in international play
    $200 26
An official website for this state is
    $200 21
Hey, "don't just sit there like a bump on" one of these
    $200 15
The Sumerian name for the Mesopotamian plain may have given us this name of a Biblical garden
    $200 10
Watch out for sewer rats inside the "Sewer Adventure" at the Aquaria Water Museum in this Swedish capital
    $400 4
It was the famous nickname of frontiersman & scout Christopher Carson
    $400 2
This track star was nicknamed "Flo-Jo"
    $400 27
Instead of .com, Amnesty International's website is www.amnesty. this
    $400 22
"Pea Soup" describes a dense one
    $400 17
Utu, who judged the dead at the end of each day, was the Sumerian god of this celestial body
    $400 11
Ride the Nutmobile thru macadamia orchards at the Big Pineapple, a top attraction in this "Down Under" country
    $600 5
Dismissed from West Point for "deficiency in chemistry", he went on to paint a famous portrait of his mother
    $600 8
A student at Great Neck North High School, she's the golden girl of the ice seen here
    $600 28
At you can learn all about Air Force One as well as this Maryland presidential retreat
    $600 23
One of the teeth in a gear
    $600 18
The ancient Sumerian civilization flourished in the "Fertile Crescent" region between these 2 rivers
    $600 13
Wow! You can see what you'd look like in one of Ms. Parton's wigs at this theme park named for her
    DD: $1,000 6
Her appointment to the Supreme Court in 1981 to replace Potter Stewart was history-making
    $800 9
This tennis player won women's singles titles at Wimbledon in 2000 & 2001, but lost to her little sister in 2002
    $800 29
Seen here, Arfie fetches results at this metasearch engine
    $800 24
Something can do this to your bad memory; it's also a wheel on a Sony Clie
    $800 19
Dating from around 3000 B.C., the Sumerians used this writing system seen here
    $800 14
For a fabulous view of Barcelona, take the elevator to the top of the Monument a Colom, built to honor him
    $1000 7
In one of its reading rooms, you can read up on Mary Baker Eddy, the founder of this religion
    $1000 12
This basketball star whose name rhymes with hoops named her son Jordan, after Michael Jordan
    $1000 30
"Sari Says" is an advice column in the online version of this teen magazine
    $1000 25
A fad in the '90s was this game from Hawaii that used bottle stoppers
    $1000 20
The Sumerian kingdom ended when this enemy king famous for his code conquered the city of Larsa
    $1000 16
Soar above the treetops on the Skyfari aerial tram at this West Coast's city's famous zoo

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

Anthony John Tyler
$3,200 $800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Anthony John Tyler
$5,000 $2,400 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You guys are going to love it!)
(Alex: You have to tell us what kind of critter each one is.)
(Alex: Going to put you in...)
    $400 6
The ballet "Jeu de Cartes" features dancing playing cards, & this one is the "trickster" of the pack
    $400 26
Alvin, Simon & Theodore
    $400 11
"Swing your partner" & "do-si-do"; it's the state dance of Oregon & Alabama
    $400 16
You can have a deja entendu, meaning "already heard" in addition to this, "already seen"
    $400 1
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew reports from Colorado) As snowflakes are frozen water vapor, they're made up of these 2 chemical elements
    $400 21
This car name may come from an abbreviation of "general purpose vehicle"
    $800 7
The longer "romantic" version of this ballet garment was inspired by the one Taglioni wore in the 1830s
    $800 27
    $800 12
Its state song is "The Old North State"
    $800 17
Some people won't give blood due to belonephobia, fear of these
    $800 2
The forked type of this runs unobstructed between the clouds & the ground
    $800 22
The name of this social insect comes from the Latin word vespa
    $1200 8
A ballet blanc, such as "La Sylphide", traditionally features costumes of this color
    $1200 28
    $1200 13
If you "Show Me" some mozarkite, I'll tell you that it's this state's state rock
    DD: $5,000 18
This measurement was originally measured by dividing mental age by calendar age
    $1200 3
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from New York's Central Park) Autumn leaves turn golden red as shorter days & cooler nights cause the breakdown of this green pigment
    $1200 23
This adjective can mean extremely ornate or refer to the music from 1600 to 1750, including that of Vivaldi & Handel
    $1600 9
From the French meaning "to bend", this basic bending movement prepares a dancer to spring high into the air
    $1600 29
    $1600 14
This "sweet" state tree of Vermont is an important source of syrup
    $1600 19
By definition, a hypnagogic hallucination occurs while you're about to do this
    $1600 4
The frequency of a note is measured in this, abbreviated Hz
    $1600 24
This process is the diffusion of a fluid through a semipermeable membrane; some students seem to learn by it
    $2000 10
French sculptor whose art inspired "The Eternal Idol" (hmmm...that's a "Thinker")
    $2000 30
Franklin on Nickelodeon
    DD: $3,200 15
The juice of this bog fruit is Massachusetts' state beverage
    $2000 20
Erik Erikson's concept of this type of "crisis", in which you're not sure who you are, is associated with adolescence
    $2000 5
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports) Botanists divide a flower into four main parts: sepals, petals, stamens & these
    $2000 25
This word used to describe a type of school also means "narrow in outlook"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Anthony John Tyler
$15,800 $22,600 $9,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

Once considered too sacred to use, it was later the top girl's name from 1880 to the 1940s

Final scores:

Anthony John Tyler
$8,999 $15,200 $18,400

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Anthony John Tyler
$15,800 $17,600 $9,000
20 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $42,400

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Game tape date: 2002-12-17
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