Show #6889 - Thursday, July 24, 2014

2014 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Ananya Nrusimha, a sophomore from East Amherst, New York

Alan Koolik, a junior from Boca Raton, Florida

Kevin Huang, a senior from Irvine, California

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
FDR was elected president this many times
    $200 16
The sound a cannon makes, or a pole that holds a camera or microphone on set
    $200 28
Of the 4 major Miami pro sports teams, it's the one team name that's not an animal
    $200 2
This Carolyn Keene character has been solving crimes for more than 80 years; her latest books are her diaries
    $200 11
Useful tools in a home workshop include the ball-peen & claw types of these
    $200 21
These sidewalk fixtures allow firefighters to tap into the municipal water supply
    $400 5
It's the number & street address for the White House
    $400 17
Spelled one way, it's the sound of a bell; spelled another, it's how you can prep carrots or apples
    $400 29
They're the Southeastern NFL team whose logo is seen here
    $400 7
For stealing a loaf of bread during the French Revolution, he ended up serving 19 years
    $400 12
In Spanish, this room is la cocina
    $400 22
You can draw the pattern for hopscotch with Crayola's rhymingly named sidewalk this
    $600 4
According to the Constitution, it's the minimum age you have to be to become president
    $600 18
4-letter term for gossip or the predominant sound in an apiary
    $600 30
Of pro teams with "Boston" in their names, it's won more championships than all the others
    $600 8
On the day of her wedding, she learns that her groom-to-be, Mr. Rochester, already has a wife
    $600 13
Their original purpose was to hold skim & 2%, but these plastic stackable bins are great for storage
    $600 23
Head outdoors for this 3-word game, also the object of the board game Stratego
    $800 3
A 1929 fire damaged the West Wing, including this important alliterative room
    $800 19
This Nestle candy bar is "for the kid in you"
    $800 27
The 2 NHL teams based in national capital cities are the Washington Capitals & them
    $800 9
This teen classic from the '60s features brothers Darry, Sodapop & Ponyboy
    $800 14
In a real estate listing, it's what "3BD, 3BA" means
    $800 24
Go lie in one of these hanging beds made of canvas or netted cord & strung between 2 trees
    $1000 1
Air Force One is the President's jet; Marine One is this transport that often departs the South Lawn
    $1000 20
This mournful cry is a homophone of an enormous mammal
    $1000 26
The Natl. Hot Dog & Sausage Council says this team's Miller Park is MLB's only park to sell more sausages than hot dogs
    DD: $1,000 10
As this book begins, Santiago had "gone eighty-four days... without taking a fish"
    $1000 15
3-letter area where cubs sleep or where you can sit & watch the cubs play
    $1000 25
It's an outdoor structure used for a newsstand or Redbox rentals

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

Kevin Alan Ananya
-$600 $3,800 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Alan Ananya
-$1,400 $7,200 $3,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
Ask mom if you can buy two of each stuffed animal
at the Colorado store called "Estes" this
    $400 21
Frank Welker has voiced both Fred & this mystery-solving mutt
    $400 2
The Middle Ages are traditionally defined as the period beginning with the 5th c. collapse of this empire
    $400 11
Paris' oldest, the Pont Neuf
    $400 6
He was 26 in 1905, his "miracle year" in which he published 4 papers altering the course of modern physics
    $400 26
It's a nickname for a fan or performer of heavy metal music
    $800 17
The big chicken in Marietta, Georgia houses this restaurant whose sign contains a different state
    $800 22
On this show, baby, John DiMaggio voiced Bender as well as Barbados Slim & noticeably F.A.T.
    $800 3
The Middle Ages came to an end in the 14th & 15th centuries with the dawn of this era of revival & discovery
    $800 12
The George Washington Bridge, from Fort Lee to Manhattan
    $800 7
This Italian who gave us the law of falling bodies was put on trial in 1633 for supporting the heliocentric model of the universe
    $800 27
A wrestling hold in which the opponent's noggin is encircled & held between the arm & the body
    $1200 18
A McDonald's in Dallas, Texas is shaped like one of these meals you've probably enjoyed
    $1200 23
In "Looney Tunes: Back in Action", Billy West brought this noted "wabbit hunter" to life
    DD: $1,500 4
The high period of this architectural style of rib vaults & pointed arches began around 1200
    $1200 13
St. Louis' Martin Luther King Bridge & New Orleans' Huey P. Long Bridge
    $1200 8
Curse you, Gottfried Leibniz, for co-inventing this branch of math, both integral & differential
    $1200 28
Historically, the Jivaro people of Ecuador are known for engaging in this practice against their enemies
    $1600 19
A Presbyterian church in Stamford, Connecticut is often compared to this creature--an early Christian symbol
    $1600 24
Playing a 10-year-old boy named Timmy Turner on this "magical" Nick cartoon is Tara Strong work
    $1600 1
The first of these military expeditions to the Holy Land was launched in 1095
    $1600 14
The Thai-Lao Friendship Bridges
    DD: $600 9
She is still the only woman to win Nobel Prizes in 2 different fields, which she did back in 1903 & 1911
    $1600 29
A skilled carpenter usually does this 6-word phrase for getting something exactly right
    $2000 20
You can see how the Saddledome in Calgary, in this Canadian province, got its name
    $2000 25
Elizabeth Banks hit the bricks as Wyldstyle in this 2014 film
    $2000 5
This saintly Italian, the leading theologian of the Middle Ages, did all of his theologizing in the 1200s
    $2000 15
The Ponte Vecchio in Florence, Italy
    $2000 10
This 16th century Dane located the accurate positions of 777 fixed stars, & the telescope hadn't been invented yet
    $2000 30
In a classic American tale, he chases Ichabod Crane

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kevin Alan Ananya
$3,400 $17,600 $15,500

Final Jeopardy! Round

This word for a person without certain abilities has made it from the realm of fantasy to the OED

Final scores:

Kevin Alan Ananya
$6,800 $31,001 $6,801
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kevin Alan Ananya
$3,400 $17,600 $17,200
8 R,
5 W
23 R,
1 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $38,200

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Game tape date: 2014-03-04
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