Show #4479 - Thursday, February 12, 2004

2004 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 4.


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Oliver Sherouse, a junior from Montgomery, Alabama

Kerry Lambeth, a senior from Tualatin, Oregon

Meghan Apfelbaum, a senior from Menands, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 4
Its name comes from Irish words meaning "black" & "pool"
    $200 3
It's suspected that Wild Wing, this team's mascot, is a direct descendant of Donald Duck
    $200 12
Matthew 3 informs us that John the Baptist lived on a diet of milk & this bee product
    $200 20
Naturally, the Inuvialuit & other groups of these people froze their food to preserve it through winter
    $200 1
1 of 2 women who represent the state of California in the U.S. Senate
    $200 9
Like the U.S., Canada celebrates this holiday for workers on the first Monday in September
    $400 5
The mask seen here is in a museum in this capital
    $400 8
The mascot seen here represents this National League team
    $400 13
According to one interpretation of Genesis, it could have held up to 45,000 animals!!!
    $400 21
Get those wings de-iced when taking off from the airport at Wainwright, Alaska, on this ocean
    $400 2
Earlier in her career, this woman prosecuted juvenile delinquency cases in New York state
    $400 10
In March 1737 the city of Boston turned this into a municipal celebration
    $600 6
Appropriately, this Finnish capital lies on the Gulf of Finland
    $600 18
Wally the Green Monster represents this East Coast team
    $600 14
At about 9 1/2 feet, this warrior mentioned in the first book of Samuel is probably the Bible's tallest person
    $600 28
(Sofia of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Squaw Valley, California.) I'm modeling this type of garment whose name comes from Russian for an animal's pelt
    $600 24
In 1920 Juliette Gordon Low retired as president of this organization & was given the title of founder
    $600 11
The feast ending the Ramadan fast isn't a go until the "new" one of these is spotted in the sky
    $800 7
In this city you can visit the Qianmen Gate & the Temple of Heaven
    $800 19
Seen here is the mascot for this Minnesota team
    $800 15
Talk about taking your time--this Biblical man who lived to be 969 didn't even have kids until he was 187
    $800 29
Of the lower 48, this largest Rocky Mountain state recorded the coldest temperature, -70
    $800 25
Let me interpret for you--this Shoshone woman's name meant "bird woman"
    $800 22
It's Safe Toys & Gifts month
    DD: $600 17
It's the South American capital city that lies closest to the Equator
    $1000 27
Since 1978 the city of Brotherly Love has been the home of this green, nozzle-beaked behemoth
    $1000 16
22,000 oxen & 120,000 sheep were sacrificed when this king dedicated the temple in Jerusalem
    $1000 30
Also called pergelisol, it's the term for ground that's frozen; most of Greenland is covered with it
    $1000 26
In a 1961 Gallup poll, this former First Lady topped the list of the most admired women for the 10th time
    $1000 23
This tree-planting day was created by Nebraska newspaper publisher J. Sterling Morton in 1872

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

Meghan Kerry Oliver
$1,400 $1,800 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Meghan Kerry Oliver
$6,400 $3,000 $3,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 8
Oregon senator Ron Wyden was born in Wichita in this state
    $400 4
"Signs" & "The Ring" are among the pictures that are spoofed in this film "3"
    $400 21
In the Brothers Grimm version of this fairy tale, the 7 small miners don't have names
    $400 26
The roof of Istanbul's Hagia Sofia is sheets of this heavy metal, so don't let it fall on you
    $400 1
Teenage Anne Boleyn was courted by the poet Sir Thomas Wyatt, but fell head over heels for this king
    $400 13
They're what you curl with the item seen here
    $800 9
This state borders Mississippi & also has a double S in its name
    $800 5
After striking it big in "American Pie", Jason Biggs went on to star in "Saving" him
    DD: $3,000 22
A pastor, his wife & 4 sons have an adventure when they are shipwrecked on an island in this family tale
    $800 27
Around 125 A.D. Rome's Pantheon was built with one of these 142 feet across; no one's sure how
    $800 2
At 19, this future spiritual leader of India went to Britain to study law (he also studied dancing & violin)
    $800 14
In the familiar proverb, "there's" one of these "to every rule
    $1200 10
Its state dessert is a cream pie named for its largest city
    $1200 6
In this divine comedy Jim Carrey plays a TV reporter who fills in for God
    $1200 23
This author took us "Around the World in Eighty Days" & on a "Journey to the Center of the Earth"
    $1200 28
The roofs of some office buildings have this one-word area so you can land there by chopper
    $1200 3
Jadwiga, a teen queen of this country, financed the restoration of a university in Krakow
    $1200 15
It means to leave your own country & settle elsewhere
    $1600 11
If you have every Hartford Courant from this state, you'll need a warehouse; it's been published since 1764
    $1600 7
This Kate Hudson-Matthew McConaughey movie was based on a book subtitled "The Universal Don'ts of Dating"
    $1600 24
In "The Jungle Books" Rikki-Tikki-Tavi is one of these critters who heroically fights evil cobras
    $1600 29
To keep the rain out, you can buy a manual on "roofing and" this 4-syllable rhyming word
    $1600 18
As a teen in the 1790's, this South American "liberator" was sent to Spain to complete his schooling
    $1600 16
Aristotle called it "the best provision for old age"; so get a good one
    $2000 12
In no doubt an exciting session, it made tomato juice its state beverage in 1965; back in 1953 it made the buckeye its tree
    $2000 20
Kirsten Dunst had all the right moves as captain of a cheerleading squad in this 2000 film
    $2000 25
Books about this Belgian adolescent seen here have sold millions of copies worldwide
    DD: $2,000 30
A cross-gabled roof is a common feature of this architectural style, named for a royal dynasty
    $2000 19
In 1692, 14-year-old Madeline de Vercheres led the fight against an Iroquois attack in what is now this Canadian province
    $2000 17
In 1868 Tokyo was the new name given to this city

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Meghan Kerry Oliver
$7,000 $13,000 $17,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

One of the first to sing it publicly was Baltimore actor Fredinand Durang at Captain McCauley's tavern in October 1814

Final scores:

Meghan Kerry Oliver
$13,000 $14,999 $26,001
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Meghan Kerry Oliver
$10,000 $13,000 $17,600
13 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $40,600

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Game tape date: 2003-12-15
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