Show #4195 - Friday, November 22, 2002

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


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Jara Dorsey, a senior at Carnegie Mellon University from Steubenville, Ohio (subtotal of $5,800)

Kyle Hale, a senior at Texas A&M University from Katy, Texas (subtotal of $28,800)

Mark Kehres, a freshman at the Ohio State University from Livonia, Michigan (subtotal of $18,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

'40s TECH
    $200 16
This Civil War general who remarked that "War is hell" made life hell for Georgia during his march to the sea
    $200 11
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from Paris) A military parade goes down the Champs-Elysees from the Arc de Triomphe on this day, which the French call National Day
    $200 26
Both Shakespeare & Clement Clarke Moore wrote about this creature not "stirring"
    $200 6
Played by Julie Benz, Darla was the vampire who turned this David Boreanaz character into a vampire as well
    $200 21
That kid in the Mazda commercials could tell you the lens Roger Cuvillier developed in 1949 could do this
    $200 1
In Exodus 5:1 he demands, "Let my people go"
    $400 17
He was the first Army general to become president of the United States
    $400 12
The first large balloon to float along in this fall event was Felix the Cat in 1927
    $400 27
"I never saw a purple" one of these: "I never hope to see one, but I can tell you anyhow, I'd rather see than be one"
    $400 7
"Hail to the Chief", & to this series, seen here
    $400 22
A primitive 3-D color version of this was demonstrated by John Logie Baird in 1941
    $400 2
God warned him to get ready, which this man did, even though he was 600 years old when the flood finally came
    $600 18
A onetime brigadier general, he'd been reduced to lt. colonel when he died at Little Bighorn in 1876
    $600 13
Every March 2 this state commemorates the 1836 signing of a Declaration of Independence from Mexico
    $600 28
"All right", said this animal: "and this time it vanished quite slowly, beginning with the end of the tail"
    $600 8
In the "Eww!" department, stunts on this NBC show have included bobbing in worms & eating cockroaches
    $600 23
In the 1940s Willem Kolff built a machine that could clean your blood if these failed
    $600 3
In the first book of Samuel, David defeats this Philistine by hitting him with a rock
    $800 19
General Stonewall Jackson graduated from this military academy in 1846
    $800 14
Hold your nose & run to this Vermont capital for the International Rotten Sneaker Contest
    $800 29
Groucho Marx said, "One morning I shot" this "in my pajamas. How he got into my pajamas I'll never know"
    $800 9
On my honor, David James Elliott plays Navy cmdr. & lawyer Harm Rabb, Jr. on this series
    $800 24
The first food sold in one of these containers came out in 1947 & was whipped cream
    $800 4
In the Old Testament, God allows Satan to afflict this man in order to test his faith
    DD: $2,000 20
Seen here, this general gained fame fighting in WW1, WW2 & the Korean War
    $1000 15
In August 2002 Los Angeles celebrated the seventh annual festival of this, another name for soybean curd
    $1000 30
William Blake wrote that "The pride of" this bird "is the glory of God"
    $1000 10
Rory attends the prestigious Chilton Prep School on this WB series
    $1000 25
Adeline Gray in June 1942 made the first jump in a parachute made out of this material
    $1000 5
In 1 Kings 3, he wisely suggests cutting a child in two in order to reveal its true mother

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

Mark Kyle Jara
$2,400 $3,400 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kyle Jara
$4,200 $8,800 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
He discovered that heating wine killed the microbes that make it turn sour
    $400 26
Officials at drug maker Imclone had a sudden urge to sell company stock after bad news from this government body
    $400 1
Tinker Bell's out of the drawer -- goes behind the clock -- looks like she's going to pull Wendy's hair
    $400 4
Grace was its princess
    $400 10
In 1795 in Chapel Hill the university of this state became the first U.S. state university to open its doors
    $400 21
This term for a film's total box office take comes from the Old French for "large"
    $800 17
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Field Museum in Chicago.) Sue the T. rex was found to possess this bone, which further links birds & dinosaurs--which half do you want?
    $800 27
In the 1990s McDonald's infiltrated & spied on this "colorful" environmental group
    $800 2
Interesting coaching move by Malcolm, using branches from Birnam Wood to disguise his army
    $800 5
Court dance for Louis XIV
    $800 11
(Bill Clinton gives the clue) Before I became a Rhodes Scholar, I earned my bachelor's degree in international affairs from this univ. in our nation's capital
    $800 22
As the name suggests, these previews of future attractions were originally shown after the main feature
    $1200 18
The first white dwarf star to be discovered was a companion to this dog star
    $1200 28
This accounting firm shredded too exuberantly & was convicted of obstructing justice in 2002
    $1200 3
Jim & Laura keep dancing -- they hit the table & it looks -- yep, the little unicorn is broken, you could see that coming
    $1200 6
It could have been called Engelsism
    $1200 12
This Jesuit university in downtown Milwaukee "Encourages find God in all things"
    $1200 23
(Sarah & Cheryl of the Clue Crew give the clue together) A certain rapid camera movement is called the swish type of this
    DD: $1,600 19
The remains of a 3.2 million-year-old hominid, discovered in 1974, were nicknamed this, after a Beatles song
    $1600 29
In 2002 this communications company revised some recent earnings downward about $4 billion
    $1600 9
Tesman & Mrs. Elvsted are blathering on. Not much action -- wait! There's a gunshot!
    $1600 7
Preacher whom some witches didn't "Cotton" to
    $1600 13
This university's original building, erected in Elko in 1874, became a hospital for indigents before it was leveled in 1920
    DD: $2,500 24
A TV image that retains big-screen proportions is called this, maybe because it's like looking through a mail slot
    $2000 20
In the 1770s Lavoisier discovered that air is made up mostly of oxygen & this gas
    $2000 30
In the 1890s the U.S. government went after a sugar-refining monopoly under this new law
    $2000 15
What's this? I don't believe it! Becket just said, "Unbar the door!" He's letting in the knights!
    $2000 8
Adjective for Bavaria's Ludwig II
    $2000 14
A Virginia university bears the name of this man who wrote the Virginia Declaration of Rights
    $2000 25
The art of creating movie sounds, like using cornstarch for snow under foot, is named for this man

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kyle Jara
$16,200 $17,500 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

1 of the 2 planets of the solar system not represented in Gustav Holst's 1916 work "The Planets"

Final scores:

Mark Kyle Jara
$31,200 $22,500 $0

Cumulative scores:

Mark Kyle Jara
$49,200 $51,300 $5,800
1st runner-up: $49,200 Tournament champion: $51,300 + a 2003 Volvo S60 Turbo + a trophy 2nd runner-up: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mark Kyle Jara
$16,200 $19,000 $3,400
19 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $38,600

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Game tape date: 2002-10-06
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