Show #4411 - Monday, November 10, 2003

2003 College Championship quarterfinal game 1.
From Yale University.


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Robby Schrum, a junior at Yale University from Crown Point, Indiana

Mary Naam, a junior at Harvard University from Effingham, Illinois

Ken Basin, a junior at the University of Southern California from Huntington Beach, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Alphabetically, it's the first mammal that could be in a "STARTS WITH 2 VOWELS" category
    $200 12
Rich guy Ralph Fiennes falls in love with hotel employee Jennifer Lopez in this Cinderella story
    $200 22
The name of this large land creature is from the Greek for "nose-horned"
    $200 3
The tale of the tortoise & the hare comes to life in Karen Corey-Malik's ballet based on this man's fables
    $200 17
The first 2 ingredients listed in Cheez Whiz are whey & this (it does a body good)
    $200 2
To save someone costs when replying to your letter, enclose an SASE, which stands for this
    $400 4
It's the main metal in both bronze & brass
    $400 13
When asked what she got on this standardized college placement exam, Jen quipped, "Nail polish"
    $400 23
This 6-letter word for the spout at the end of a hose is a diminutive form of "nose"
    $400 27
"Something" tells us the ABT presented a ballet tribute to this former Beatle who passed away in 2001
    $400 18
This company's Wheat Thins are thin, baked wheat crackers; its Triscuit thin crisps, thin, baked wheat wafers
    $400 8
In chat room abbreviations, WYSIWYG is "what you see is what you get"; YGWYPF is this
    DD: $1,000 5
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew at Cape Cod, Massachusetts) When lightning strikes the sand, it can melt & fuse it into a type of this, called fulgurite
    $600 14
Ben Affleck plays a lowly thug who falls for female gangster J. Lo in this 2003 romantic comedy
    $600 24
Henry I of England fixed this unit of measure as the distance from his nose to the thumb of his outstretched arm
    $600 28
Czar Nicholas II & this empress appear in "Anastasia", a ballet about one of their daughters
    $600 19
In 1932 Elmer Doolin paid a guy in Texas $100 for his corn chip recipe & founded this brand
    $600 9
Computer users should know that BBS stands for this
    $800 6
From their size, about 2.5 cm. & how they crawl, caterpillars of the moth family Geometridae are often called this
    $800 15
When Jen wore that now-infamous green Versace dress to the 2000 Grammys, he was her date
    $800 25
Edmond Rostand won international fame with this 1897 play about a long-nosed, star-crossed poet
    $800 29
Arrgh! A pirate is the hero of "Le Corsaire", based on an 1814 poem by this British lord
    $800 20
As you can see, the logo on this product's can has had some work done over the years
    $800 10
EOE in a job listing in the newspaper classifieds stands for this
    $1000 7
This property is the reason a rubber ball bounces & a stretched rubber band springs back to size
    $1000 16
The video for this song pays homage to the movie "Flashdance", with Jen as the welder/dancer
    $1000 26
This Indian tribe's name comes from the French for "pierced noses", ironically a practice they rarely engaged in
    $1000 30
In 2003 the dance theatre of this N.Y. neighborhood presented the world premiere of "St. Louis Woman: A Blues Ballet"
    $1000 21
What would you do for this ice cream treat introduced by the Isaly family in 1922
    $1000 11
The abbreviation for pound, lb., stands for this Latin word that means pound

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Ken Mary Robby
$3,600 $600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Mary Robby
$7,200 $2,400 $2,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 24
In the history of jazz, Dizzy Gillespie & Louis Armstrong were 2 of the greatest players of this instrument
    $400 1
Inventor of the telephone who's a nice salad ingredient
    $400 21
She makes her first entrance with "Her ladies, the train, with eunuchs fanning her"
    $400 6
A second grade science experiment includes labeling magnets with these 2 math symbols
    $400 11
Lizard Point, from the Cornish for "court on a height", is this island's southernmost point
    $400 12
From 1980 to 1998 this rose worldwide from 61 to 67
    $800 25
Once called "The Capstone of Negro Education", this Washington, D.C. university opened its doors in 1867
    $800 2
This new Dynamic Duo is made up of Bruce Wayne's superhero self & a famous bandit of Sherwood Forest
    $800 22
Title adjective Shakespeare used to describe Mistresses Ford & Page
    $800 7
Sixth grade social studies teach about renewable energy, like solar, & nonrenewable, like this solid fossil fuel
    $800 17
At Pittsburgh's "The Point", the Allegheny & Monongahela meet to form this third river
    $800 13
Of 2, 4, 8 or 16, the number of hours a day the TV's on in the average American home
    $1200 26
While an editor for Random House books, she wrote her first novel, "The Bluest Eye"
    $1200 3
Macedonian world conqueror who became a tragic F. Scott Fitzgerald hero
    $1200 23
This daughter of Prospero was but a few years old when they were exiled
    $1200 8
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew shows the equation y = 3x + 7 at a chalkboard.) Eighth graders should be able to deal with this type of equation that uses variables without exponents
    $1200 18
A high point of your trip to Santiago might be seeing this hemispheric high point nearby
    $1200 14
According to Conde Nast, in the U.S. the average cost of this event is now $22,360
    $1600 27
Currently, they're the 2 highest-ranking African-Americans in President Bush's administration
    $1600 4
"Colorful" 14th century plague that became a hit play by Arthur Miller
    DD: $900 29
Figure it out: she has the third line in "Macbeth"
    DD: $2,200 9
Ninth graders know that electrically neutral atoms have the same number of these 2 particles
    $1600 19
Cape Andreas is at the pointy end of this island in the eastern Mediterranean
    $1600 15
In March 2003 astronomers said this grayish light brown was the average color of the universe
    $2000 28
In 2003 the Postal Service did him justice by honoring him with the stamp seen here
    $2000 5
Snoopy's owner who's one of the most poisonous types of spiders in the U.S.
    $2000 30
Briseis in Homer's "Iliad" evolved in tales over time to wind up as this Shakespeare title character
    $2000 10
Tenth grade? Time for this 1840s French novel about a man falsely imprisoned who wants revenge
    $2000 20
The instantaneous North Pole is the point where this imaginary line would poke out
    $2000 16
A Frenchman eats 53 pounds of this a year; an American, 31; a Japanese, 4

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ken Mary Robby
$16,800 $5,600 $5,700
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

At the end of the American Revolution, this country controlled New Orleans

Final scores:

Ken Mary Robby
$16,800 $0 $11,400
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ken Mary Robby
$16,400 $5,600 $6,000
21 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R,
4 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $28,000

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Game tape date: 2003-10-03
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