Show #4192 - Tuesday, November 19, 2002

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


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Kyle Hale, a senior at Texas A&M University from Katy, Texas

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

Arianna Haut, a junior at Washington University at St. Louis from Topanga, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
This president was nicknamed "The Pen of the American Revolution"
    $200 19
This billiard ball is named for the stick that strikes it
    $200 1
This 4-letter word can mean "stop"; while pouring you a drink someone might ask you to "say" it
    $200 6
In Genesis 28, Jacob dreams of one of these reaching to heaven
    $200 9
It's the year in which the U.S. will celebrate its tricentennial
    $200 14
Oscar-winning actor Tom's practical jokes
    $400 27
In 1794 Aaron Burr formally introduced this fourth president to his future first lady
    $400 20
In the 9-wicket version of this game, the ball goes through a pair of wickets before it hits the stake
    $400 2
"Going to the fair", Simple Simon asked the pieman, "Let me taste your" this
    $400 7
Stephen Collins, seen here, plays Rev. Eric Camden on this popular series
    $400 10
In the U.S. in 2000 it was 74.1 for men & 79.5 for women
    $400 15
Concentrate on the color coral or rose
    $600 28
He signed the Declaration of Independence twice: on July 4, 1776 & in large letters the following month
    $600 21
In 2000 Gabrielle Reece, training for the LPGA, traded this ball for a golf ball
    DD: $1,000 3
In Spanish, this letter is "I griega"
    $600 8
In Islamic tradition, Muhammad is taken to heaven on a magical horselike creature by this angel
    $600 11
According to the proverb, it "saves nine"
    $600 16
War between the Herefords & the Guernseys
    $800 29
"Common Sense" author whose will read, "I die in perfect composure and resignation to the will of my creator"
    $800 22
A small ball is involved in this game that uses the layout seen here
    $800 4
Term for a Buddhist temple, there's a big one in Angkor
    $800 24
The death of this silent film idol, seen here, inspired the 1926 song "There's a New Star in Heaven Tonight"
    $800 12
Traditionally, sabbatical leave, which teachers take for study or travel, comes once every this many years
    $800 17
A poorly lit place to lift weights & do the treadmill
    $1000 30
He knew "not what course others may take", but his course was to serve as Virginia governor, 1776-79 & 1784-86
    $1000 23
The USHA promotes this sport whose court may have a glass back & sides for you to watch
    $1000 5
In the American Revolution, last name of British admiral Richard & his brother, general William
    $1000 25
"A man's reach should exceed his grasp, or what's a heaven for?" is from his poem "Andrea del Sarto"
    $1000 13
In English, it's the only day of the week that's named for a Roman god
    $1000 18
A messy duplicate or Xerox

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

Arianna Stacy Kyle
$1,000 $1,800 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arianna Stacy Kyle
$800 $2,400 $7,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 17
Lesbos & the Cyclades are found in this sea
    $400 11
This comedienne who has hosted the Oscars has also been the center square on "Hollywood Squares"
    $400 6
Atoms of this abundant element are the smallest & simplest known
    $400 16
Native Americans made canoes up to 45 feet long from the bark of the paper type of this tree
    $400 1
In 1932 Julian Huxley wrote "A Scientist Among the Soviets" & his brother Aldous published this novel
    $400 22
In this poem, Lewis Carroll invented such words as mimsy, a combination of flimsy & miserable
    DD: $3,000 18
It's about 50 miles across the Adriatic Sea from Italy to this country on the Balkan Peninsula
    $800 12
He's the big daddy seen here
    $800 7
This element, whose name means "greenish-yellow", is used to make laundry clean & bright
    $800 27
If you're sugaring off, you're taking advantage of natural sweets from this tree
    $800 2
These siblings enthrall us with their memoirs: Malachy wrote "A Monk Swimming" & Frank wrote "Angela's Ashes"
    $800 23
This French word originally meant "a place where one docks" a boat, not a car
    $1200 19
It's paired with Barbuda in the name of a Caribbean island country
    $1200 13
The Little Tramp was one of the classic silent movie characters created by this popular comedic actor
    $1200 8
Galena is the chief ore for getting this element, atomic number 82, out
    $1200 28
Add 4 letters to "palm" to get this palm that has Texas & Louisiana types
    $1200 3
These brothers were so close that Jakob lived in the same home with Wilhelm even after Wilhelm got married in 1825
    $1200 24
Used to foretell the future, this game's name is derived from the French & German words for "yes"
    $1600 20
It's the highest mountain in the Western Hemisphere
    $1600 14
A standup comedian from the age of 16, in 2002 she finished up a 6-year stint as a daytime TV talk show host
    $1600 9
Sn, the symbol for this metallic element, comes from its Latin name, stannum
    $1600 29
3-letter trees include elm, oak & this olive family member used for furniture & baseball bats
    $1600 4
This man who chronicles the rich, famous & criminal for Vanity Fair is a brother of novelist John Gregory Dunne
    $1600 25
This term for one who explores caves comes from a Greek word for "cave"
    $2000 21
It's the city in Uttar Pradesh where Shah Jahan built a memorial to his wife Mumtaz Mahal
    $2000 15
Last names of 1940s & '50s comedy team Bud & Lou
    DD: $2,500 10
This metallic element that's last alphabetically is used to make the cores of nuclear reactors
    $2000 30
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports) From the Latin, the name of this type of pine comes from its heavy mass
    $2000 5
Thomas Trollope wrote many books, but he's less famous than this brother who wrote "Barchester Towers"
    $2000 26
Over 800 years old, this 6-letter Middle English word meaning "track" was first used for a detective in 1872

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arianna Stacy Kyle
$6,400 $3,200 $20,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

So far some of its major components are Zarya, Unity, Zvezda & Canadarm2

Final scores:

Arianna Stacy Kyle
$12,800 $0 $20,300
2nd place: $5,000 3rd place: $5,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Arianna Stacy Kyle
$6,400 $3,200 $21,600
11 R,
4 W
4 R,
0 W
31 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $31,200

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Game tape date: 2002-10-06
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