Show #7300 - Friday, May 13, 2016

2016 Teachers Tournament final game 2.
From DAR Constitution Hall in Washington, D.C.


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Jason Sterlacci, a 6th grade English teacher from Somerset, New Jersey (subtotal of $22,601)

Jill Gilbert, a middle school English teacher from Des Moines, Iowa (subtotal of $10,000)

Kaberi Chakrabarty, an elementary bilingual teacher from Joliet, Illinois (subtotal of $4,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Not an apple.)
    $200 1
Seville oranges are big in making this preserve, a word from the Portuguese
    $200 3
"The Prince of Winterfell"
    $200 21
His "Advice to a Young Tradesman": "Remember that" this "is Money"
    $200 26
Ghostly sightings at Hampton Court Palace include one of Catherine Howard, wife of this monarch who had her executed
    $200 11
Money proved superior to this system of swapping goods, as it was hard walking around with a cow or a sack of pears
    $200 16
Great Sacandaga Lake in this state helps regulate the flow of the Hudson
    $400 2
The outside of an orange is the peel; this 4-letter term also starting with "P" is the white substance between the peel & flesh
    $400 4
"The Ricardos Change Apartments"
    $400 22
"In this world nothing can be... certain, except" these 2 things
    $400 27
A giant one of these 5-pointed stars showed up on a lakeside during a Google Earth map survey over Kazakhstan
    $400 12
In 1797 Charles Newbold patented a cast-iron one--better than wood, but farmers worried it would poison the soil
    $400 17
Great Lake is the name of one of the largest lakes in this Australian island state
    $600 8
If I may be sanguine, Sicily is a major producer of this sweet-tart dessert orange
    $600 5
"Welcome to the Hellmouth"
    $600 23
"There never was a good war or" this
    $600 28
Using sonar, even deeper parts of this largest freshwater lake in Britain have been found; make room for plesiosaurs!
    $600 13
During the 17th c. this scientific instrument was improved by making it reflecting, starting with Zucchi's circa 1616
    $600 18
In Utah it receives the Jordan & Weber Rivers
    $800 9
Milk, water, sugar, vanilla, ice cubes & of course, frozen O.J. are in's recipe for this other "O.J."
    $800 6
"The Separation Oscillation"
    $800 24
These "and visitors stink in three days"
    $800 29
In the Southwest there've been reports of livestock being killed by this cryptid creature, Spanish for "goat sucker"
    $800 14
This method of printing, whose elements are seen here, was long superior in China with its pictorial writing
    $800 19
Great Bitter Lake is a marshy lake in Egypt that forms part of this manmade waterway
    $1000 10
Loose-skinned oranges like the Clementine are this kind of orange, also the name of a language
    $1000 7
"Say My Name"
    $1000 25
From this game "we may learn... foresight... circumspection... caution... and... the habit of not being discouraged"
    $1000 30
In Victorian times loved ones were often immortalized in death photos called these, Latin for "remember that you must die"
    $1000 15
In a slogan at the start of the Iraq War in 2003, U.S. air superiority was to instill these paired feelings in Iraqis
    DD: $2,000 20
The fourth-largest lake in North America, it was named for the large mammals that inhabited its shores

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

Kaberi Jill Jason
$1,200 $1,200 $4,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kaberi Jill Jason
$3,200 $800 $9,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Born in 1577 & named for two saints, he's the Flemish master seen here in a self-portrait
    $400 21
Harry Obst helped 7 presidents communicate with German leaders & wrote the book "White House" this job
    $400 6
The title character in Ralph Ellison's "Invisible Man" moves from the Deep South to this New York City district
    $400 11
Yale's Peabody Museum features "The Great Hall of" these mighty extinct creatures
    $400 16
It means pertaining to the tongue
    $400 26
The Beatles,
"Back In The ____"
    $800 2
His home & gardens in Giverny have been open to the public since 1980
    $800 22
Sherlock Holmes often hears of new developments in a case via this, aka "the Victorian Internet"
    $800 7
In 1998 author Gloria Naylor revisited this title "Place", this time giving "The Men" a chance to be heard from
    $800 12
Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone helped to establish this in Cleveland in 1983
    $800 17
A pointy part of a fishhook, or a pointedly unpleasant remark
    $800 27
Chuck Berry,
"Back In The ____"
    $1200 3
He hadn't yet invented Pointillism when he did the painting seen here, his first large-scale work
    $1200 23
On film Ringo Starr played Atouk, this title type of "man", whose language included ool ("food") & haraka ("fire")
    $1200 8
Walter Mosley's "Devil in a Blue Dress" saw the 1st appearance of this "effortless" detective in 1940s Los Angeles
    $1200 13
Royal Albert Hall had a record crowd of 9,000 in 1906 when folks listened to one of these newfangled inventions
    $1200 18
A cabbie with an empty taxi may go to the airport to make this
    $1200 28
"Cedars Of ____"
    $1600 4
You can see his "Jane Avril Leaving the Moulin Rouge" at the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford
    DD: $2,000 24
From March to May of 1932, the Lindbergh family received 13 of these criminal communications
    DD: $2,000 9
Anthony is the middle name of this award-winning author who released her 11th novel, "God Help the Child", in 2015
    $1600 14
The Galerie des Glaces, or Hall of Mirrors, is quite a site at this onetime royal residence
    $1600 19
It's the list of all the available players you can use in your team's lineup
    $1600 29
David Bowie,
"____ Girl"
    $2000 5
The painting seen here is one of eight scenes that make up this Brit's "A Rake's Progress"
    $2000 25
You won't be able to make out the message if there's too low an S/N ratio, S/N standing for this
    $2000 10
Chester Himes explored racism in this book whose 6-word title is in the rhyme "Eeny-Meeny-Miney-Mo"
    $2000 15
The attempted coup d'etat known by this name began at the Burgerbraukeller on Nov. 8, 1923
    $2000 20
Used to help eliminate distortion, it's the type of map projection seen here
    $2000 30
The Dead Kennedys,
"Holiday In ____"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kaberi Jill Jason
$8,800 $1,600 $20,800
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was awarded a DFC in WWII for a combat mission as pilot of the B-24 bomber he named the "Dakota Queen"

Final scores:

Kaberi Jill Jason
$8,800 $0 $20,800

Cumulative scores:

Kaberi Jill Jason
$13,400 $10,000 $43,401
1st runner-up: $50,000 2nd runner-up: $25,000 Tournament champion: $100,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kaberi Jill Jason
$8,800 $5,600 $20,400
13 R,
1 W
12 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $34,800

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Game tape date: 2016-04-10
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