Show #6144 - Thursday, May 5, 2011

2011 Teachers Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Sally Umbach, a third grade special education teacher from Cincinnati, Ohio

Charles Temple, a high school English teacher from Ocracoke, North Carolina

Grafton Brown, a high school Spanish teacher from Chicago, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
This co-author of "Manifest Der Kommunisttischen Partei" was born May 5, 1818
    $200 11
You're nuts if you don't know this title of hits by Seal, Icehouse & Patsy Cline
    $200 16
A tactical formation in the form of a V, or an "issue" dividing an otherwise unified group
    $200 21
"For" Michigan Republican congressman Hoekstra's "sake!"
    $200 1
This state's largest county, San Bernardino, was divided in 1893 to form Riverside County
    $200 6
Their publications include "First Aid Fast" & a "Babysitter's Handbook"
    $400 27
Philosopher Soren Kierkegaard was born May 5, 1813 in this capital
    $400 12
The Eagles in 1975 & The Emotions in 1977 both hit No. 1 singing about "The Best Of" this
    $400 17
Ticonderoga is no. 1 in making no. 2 these, introduced in 1913
    $400 22
"For the love of" Wyoming senator Enzi!
    $400 2
Leadville in the Rockies in this state is the USA's highest incorporated city
    $400 7
A gorilla named Koko learned to communicate using gestures from this
    $600 28
Born May 5, 1919, Giorgios Papadopoulos became dictator of this country in 1967
    $600 13
Robbie Nevil & B*witched had tunes called this French phrase meaning "that's life"
    $600 18
16 tablespoons equals one of these
    $600 23
"Heavens to" ex-New York lieutenant governor McCaughey!
    $600 3
At about 1,700 square miles, this saline lake is one of the largest lakes in the world with no outlet
    $600 8
In 2009 this organization that maintains the largest registry for purebred dogs celebrated its 125th anniversary
    $800 29
This May-5 born Monty Python member & BBC travel filmmaker is a commando of the Order of the British Empire
    $800 14
Sammy Davis Jr. in 1972 & Christina Aguilera in 2007 sang about this sweet guy
    $800 19
This brand says its "magic" tape is "the original matte-finish, invisible tape"
    $800 24
"Geez" House Rules Committee ranking Democrat Slaughter
    $800 4
Nome, Alaska lies on this peninsula named for a 19th century Secretary of State
    $800 9
When Iowa farmers & their wives first saw this 1930 painting of a farm couple, many of them were downright angry
    $1000 30
A culinary foundation is named for this dean of American cookery who was born in Portland May 5, 1903
    $1000 15
Sticky-sweet title of No. 1s for Bobby Goldsboro in 1968 & Mariah Carey in 1997
    $1000 20
11-letter word for embroidery on canvas, with uniform spacing of stitches in a pattern
    $1000 25
South Carolina legislator John "O'Goshen!"
    $1000 5
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) The northwest angle belongs to the U.S., although it doesn't look that way; it's the only part of the lower 48 that extends miles north of this parallel of latitude
    DD: $500 10
In 2009 the U.S. Mint issued a quarter for this territory featuring an ava bowl, a whisk & a coconut tree

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

Grafton Charles Sally
$1,000 $200 $4,300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Grafton Charles Sally
$2,600 $2,800 $6,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
This man's injected dead virus vaccine inspired Albert Sabin's live-virus oral vaccine for polio
    $400 2
This 1963 epic included 79 sets & 26,000 costumes
    $400 18
Utah's state tree is the blue type of this evergreen
    $400 10
A deadlocked jury is this 4-letter word
    $400 3
The U.S. Fifth Army comes to town: June 4 of this year
    $400 8
This 2-word term for a skeptic refers to one of Jesus' apostles
    $800 14
This naturalist wrote, "for my own part I would as soon be descended from that heroic little monkey"
    $800 27
Variety called it "a horse picture" with "a new dramatic find--moppet Elizabeth Taylor"
    $800 19
Seen here, a Navajo bracelet features this mineral
    $800 23
This type of jury charged with deciding whether there's enough evidence to try a person may have up to 23 members
    $800 4
Michelangelo paints the Sistine Chapel: this century
    $800 9
This big hair style is derived from the title of a mistress of Louis XV
    $1200 15
Despite his advocacy of megadoses of vitamin C, he & his wife Ava got cancer
    $1200 28
Mike Todd was killed in a plane crash while Liz was making this film in which she played Maggie Pollitt
    $1200 20
This jeweler's blue box is a registered trademark
    $1200 24
The general type of this military tribunal must have at least 5 members & the defense attorney may be military or civilian
    $1200 5
Mussolini becomes prime minister: this decade
    DD: $2,400 11
To abstain from buying or doing trade with, in honor of an Irish landlord against whom such tactics were used
    DD: $2,000 16
This Russian's work on gastrointestinal secretions in animals earned him a Nobel prize
    $1600 29
Liz won an Oscar for her role as a battlesome wife in this adaptation of an Albee play
    $1600 21
The vase seen here is made from this semiprecious stone
    $1600 25
In the Manson trial this isolation of a jury to protect it from outside influences lasted 8 1/2 months
    $1600 6
Rome burns while an emperor relaxes in his villa at Antium: this century
    $1600 12
This ancient king of Lydia, thought the wealthiest man on earth, had the Midas touch, hence the phrase "as rich as" him
    $2000 17
He discovered that the observed frequency of light waves is affected by the relative motion of the source & detector
    $2000 30
James Dean, Rock Hudson & Liz formed a love triangle in this Texas-set film
    $2000 22
The blue type of this game fish, M. nigricans, has a long pointed bill
    $2000 26
In selecting jurors, an attorney may reject some for no stated reason-- this type of challenge
    $2000 7
Charlemagne is crowned emperor by Pope Leo III: this day, 800 A.D.
    $2000 13
This flower seen here is named for a German botanist

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Grafton Charles Sally
$7,800 $22,800 $4,100
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

Shortly after he received the 1990 Nobel Peace Prize, his country ceased to exist

Final scores:

Grafton Charles Sally
$5,000 $20,600 $7,100
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Grafton Charles Sally
$7,800 $21,200 $4,600
11 R,
1 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W

Combined Coryat: $33,600

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Game tape date: 2011-03-28
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