Show #6601 - Monday, May 6, 2013

2013 College Championship quarterfinal game 1.


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Julia Sprangers, a junior at University of Wisconsin-Madison from Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Jed Silver, a senior at Tufts University from the Bronx, New York

Hannah Shoenhard, a junior at Scripps College originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
Utah's state rock, it's burned to produce heat & electricity
    $200 13
An ache, or a piece of glass in a window
    $200 2
Rooney Mara is NFL royalty: her relatives founded the Steelers & also this New York team
    $200 4
Poe's "ebony bird"
    $200 16
Disproving the adage that you can't teach an old one new tricks, these pets learned to drive as part of an SPCA campaign
    $200 26
In a Philadelphia summer, with the windows shut
for secrecy, the states worked out
the Constitution
in this building
    $400 3
Mount Rushmore is carved into a cliff made of this coarse rock
    $400 14
Got up, or lines of seats
    $400 9
He's the JT in JT & the Tennessee Kids, seen on the Grammys in 2013 performing "Suit & Tie"
    $400 5
Dante's trilogy
    $400 17
Bill Maher said if this real estate tycoon could prove his dad isn't an orangutan, Maher would give him $5 million
    $400 27
Clarence Gideon's letter from jail led to the ruling that the Constitution
grants defendants one of these, even if they can't afford one
    $600 10
(Sarah of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) Lodestone, a natural picker-upper, is a variety of this mineral
that's named for
its attractive properties
    $600 15
To give advice, or an assembly formed to reach conclusions
    $600 19
This "Family Guy" guy hosted the Oscars in 2013
    $600 6
Sidney's form in "Astrophel and Stella"
    $600 18
Some golf opens have weather delays; the one in this country, seen here, was delayed by interference on the fairway
    $600 28
A prayer banner in a Rhode Island school faced challenge based on the Establishment Clause, found in this part of the Constitution
    $800 11
Composed mostly of talc, this soft rock derives its name from its greasy feel, but don't try to wash with it
    $800 24
A meteorological environment, or to go up a mountain
    $800 20
She appeared on the cover of the 2013 Sports Illustrated swimsuit edition with the caption "polar bare"
    $800 7
Whitman's 1855 collection
    $800 22
Just like our "yule log", Norwegian public TV aired 12 hours of this--but with commentary!
    DD: $1,200 29
A New London, Connecticut,
fight over this --
government power
to take private property -- ended with land seized
and nothing built
    $1000 12
Named for its scaly, snakelike appearance, this mineral commonly passes for jade
    $1000 25
A small bit of land surrounded by water, or a small hole for the passage of a shoelace
    $1000 21
Chris Pratt, goofy Andy on "Parks and Recreation", played one of the members of this elite group in "Zero Dark Thirty"
    $1000 8
Langland's 14th century title "Plowman"
    $1000 23
TV viewers were warned of zombies rising from their graves when this warning system, EAS for short, was hacked in 2013
    $1000 30
Five decades later,
the show reunites a soldier and a girl he protected at the 1957 showdown
at Central High in this state

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

Hannah Jed Julia
$1,600 $1,400 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hannah Jed Julia
$6,400 $1,400 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 2
Native son Christopher Columbus embodies the maritime tradition of this city
    $400 24
"Star Wars" had Darth Vader; "Phantom Menace" had this other Darth
    $400 7
From Latin meaning "to balance or weigh", it's what members of a jury do to reach a verdict
    $400 13
...gossip center is traditionally this device; at "Jeopardy!" we have an oasis one
    $400 30
A concert grand one of these from Steinway & sons weighs in at 990 pounds
    $400 1
Che Guevara described this type of warfare as "irregular... struggle against enemies of superior military power"
    $800 3
On a visit to this seaport, Hans Christian Andersen called it "the Paris of Spain"
    $800 25
Tom Marvolo Riddle is the real name of this villain
    $800 8
It's to pronounce words in a clear, articulate manner, just like this
    $800 14
...of this act, freeing people from satanic dominion, is part of the archdiocese of Manila
    $800 29
Pluto is a dwarf planet; Jupiter is this other type of planet, an antonym of dwarf
    $800 12
"I began my career" in this field; "I came into close contact with poverty... with the inability to treat a child"
    $1200 4
This Swiss city was known as the "Protestant Rome"
    $1200 26
Slave owner Calvin Candie fills this film with evil
    $1200 9
A big election win means you have this, the authority to carry out your program
    $1200 18
...of these 2 things helping the president with money matters is OMB for short
    $1200 21
It's the trademarked name for a 32-ounce drink size at 7-Eleven
    $1200 15
Che sent many men to execution by this & reportedly spoke of it as the "pedagogy of the wall"
    DD: $2,400 5
This Bavarian city traces its origins to a Benedictine monastery at Tegernsee
    $1600 27
He's the villain formerly known as Smeagol
    $1600 10
To reflect on over & over again, or to chew the cud like a cow
    $1600 19
...may be divided into these spaces; the man who pioneered them said people were using the idea to create hellholes
    DD: $3,000 22
A synonym for "huge" starts the name of this model of large-screen TV developed by Sony & seen in stadiums
    $1600 16
This type of event that Che advocated "is not an apple that falls when it is ripe. You have to make it fall"
    $2000 6
Mozart lived for a time in this city on the Vltava river & wrote a symphony named for it
    $2000 28
This serial killer made Elm Street a nightmare
    $2000 11
To remove the entrails from an animal
    $2000 20
...will be closed on June 14 for this holiday commemorating a 1777 event
    $2000 23
This suspension bridge that connects Brooklyn
to Staten Island
has a main span
of 4,260 feet
    $2000 17
Che said that when this previous Cuban dictator "fled, he cleaned out the national treasury"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hannah Jed Julia
$18,400 $14,800 $10,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

The back of the quarter for this state is the only one that features a monarch

Final scores:

Hannah Jed Julia
$26,400 $9,199 $16,400
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 2nd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hannah Jed Julia
$17,200 $13,400 $10,200
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
13 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
19 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $40,800

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Game tape date: 2013-04-08
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