Show #4187 - Tuesday, November 12, 2002

2002 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.
From the Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University in Columbus.


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Sarah Martin-Anderson, a senior at California State University-Bakersfield from Bakersfield, California

Stacy Lee, a senior at Smith College from Bellerose, New York

Brian Andrews, a junior at DePaul University from Crown Point, Indiana

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 2
A material used on skis, or a material that removes excess eyebrow
    $200 1
On March 12, 1864 he was promoted to commander of all Union forces
    $200 12
In names of performers, it precedes Romeo & Kim
    $200 8
Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. said they did this with a cow, then 2 days later said they did it with a human embryo
    $200 15
Jay Leno's sticks out an inch or more
    $200 19
Beginning a series of strange adventures, a young girl follows a rabbit down a hole in this 1865 work
    $400 3
The "hot" type of this toothed object is a traditional tool for straightening hair
    $400 4
During the war this former slave & Underground Railroad conductor was a spy for the Union in South Carolina
    $400 13
A little bird told us "Steve McQueen" is a number on her 2002 album "C'mon, C'mon"
    $400 27
The film titled "Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone" was first shown in this world capital November 4, 2001
    $400 16
Gary sees in shades of this
    $400 20
The holes used in this outdoor pastime must be 4.25 inches in diameter & at least 4 inches deep
    $600 9
On the web page to register cosmetologists in Mass., nail salon sanitary guidelines are only in this language
    $600 5
This "Jayhawk State" reportedly sent the greatest percentage of its male citizens to the Union army
    $600 14
At the 2002 White House Press Correspondents' Dinner, Pres. Bush told this rocker, "Mom likes your stuff"
    $600 28
China & Taiwan were accepted as the 143rd & 144th members of the WTO, this group
    DD: $2,000 24
You'll find 2 of them in the word "wolves"
    $600 21
Known as "eyes", the holes in this "national" dairy product, such as Emmentaler, help determine its quality & taste
    $800 10
The last name of make-up maven Bobbi, or the color on which she built a cosmetics empire
    $800 6
It was the easternmost of the 23 Union states
    $800 17
To help this "One Sweet World" band in stopping global warming, Ben & Jerry's created "One Sweet Whirled"
    $800 29
The November 19, 2001 ceremony seen here kicked off a series of events that ended in February 2002 in this city
    $800 25
I praised my kids when they stopped wearing these
    $800 22
It's where you would be if you dug a hole straight down 3,963 miles deep
    $1000 11
Dermabrasion is done by a doctor, this cosmetology procedure, 3 letters longer, removes only the surface skin layer
    $1000 7
This Confederate vice president was called "Little Ellick" due to his small size...90 pounds, to be precise
    $1000 18
In the summer of 2002, he had a chart-topping hit with "Hot in Herre"
    $1000 30
He spent $75 million of his own money to get the job of mayor of New York City; on Nov. 6 his wallet paid off
    $1000 26
Before Tokyo, this was Japan's capital
    $1000 23
The hole in this develops every spring over Antarctica & lasts for a few months

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Brian Stacy Sarah
$1,400 -$400 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Stacy Sarah
$3,000 $2,600 $3,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 30
Big Bang Theory says these groups that may include a trillion stars mostly formed not long after the bang
    $400 12
This director spent "Happy Days" studying cinema at USC long before he won an Oscar in 2002 -- what "A Beautiful Mind"
    $400 1
Before making it big in the movies, Mike Myers & Eddie Murphy were regulars on this TV series
    $400 3
This classic by Harriet Beecher Stowe sold 300,000 copies in the first year that it was published in book form
    $400 17
The name of this sea is Latin for "in the middle of land"
    $400 6
Chou can be an endearment or this cole slaw ingredient
    $800 29
This element makes up about 1 percent of the mass of Earth but about 75 percent of the mass of the universe
    $800 22
(Hi, I'm Bill Clinton) I met my wife Hillary when we were both law students at this university
    $800 2
It's the product associated with the slogans "It Floats" & "99 44/100% Pure"
    $800 4
Upton Sinclair said of this book, "I aimed at the public's heart, and by accident I hit it in the stomach"
    $800 18
This term for an eagle's nest makes it sound light & breezy
    $800 7
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Paris) Oddly, in French, french fries aren't called french fries, but these
    $1200 28
In the 1920s Alexander Friedmann's math modified this 1915 theory to allow the universe to expand & contract
    DD: $1,800 23
In 1974, when he was a university student, this future world leader was the judo champion of Leningrad
    $1200 10
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports, competing at a game with Jimmy) Popular in the 1970s, this game has made a big comeback
    $1200 5
The name of this 1837 collection of Hawthorne "Tales" probably comes from a line in Shakespeare's "King John"
    $1200 19
Alphabetically, he was first among Jesus' 12 apostles
    DD: $3,000 13
French for grape is raisin; French for plum is this
    $1600 27
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab is studying the universe through the brightness of these "super" explosions
    $1600 24
To prepare for his 1969 investiture, he spent a term at the University College of Wales learning to speak Welsh
    $1600 11
Despite its name, you don't have to be a lawyer to enjoy this men's mag. full of wit, style & "Dubious Achievements"
    $1600 8
"A Backward Glance" is the autobiography of this author of "Ethan Frome"
    $1600 20
There's no escaping the fact that this tennis beauty appears in Enrique Iglesias' music video for "Escape"
    $1600 14
A ham in the theater is un cabotin; ham on a sandwich is this
    $2000 26
This particle whose name is Italian for "little neutral one" is a possible component of dark matter
    $2000 25
This "Cat's Cradle" author said of his time at Cornell, "I was enrolled exclusively in courses I had no talent for"
    $2000 16
This sneakers & sportswear brand was named for its creator, Adolf Dassler
    $2000 9
This Quaker poet wrote, "For of all sad words of tongue or pen, the saddest are these: 'It might have been!'"
    $2000 21
Don't panic! Epinephrine is just another name for this hormone
    $2000 15
Beurre is butter; this is butter de cacahouetes

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Brian Stacy Sarah
$10,400 $8,000 $6,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

5 of the women condemned in Salem in 1692 were finally exonerated by a bill signed on this day in 2001

Final scores:

Brian Stacy Sarah
$6,900 $12,801 $12,800
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Brian Stacy Sarah
$13,400 $9,800 $8,400
19 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,600

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Game tape date: 2002-10-05
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