Show #4938 - Wednesday, February 15, 2006

2006 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.


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Joseph Graumann, a junior from Mays Landing, New Jersey

Papa Chakravarthy, a sophomore from Lexington, Kentucky

David Hoffelmeyer, a senior from St. Joseph, Missouri

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: There will be two "P"s and two "S"s in each correct response.)
    $200 1
The animals were worshipped in ancient Egypt as they kept down the rat population
    $200 28
His real name is Tony Stark; his superhero name is also a triathlon
    $200 21
I revel in the history of this Ivy League school, founded 16 years after the arrival of the Pilgrims
    $200 27
To stop or put down, as one might do to a rebellion or even a cough
    $200 10
The name of this capital of El Salvador is similar to the name of the country
    $200 12
This state raced into history as the 19th state
    $400 4
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a mummy display in Cairo, Egypt.) Considered the seat of thought & emotion, often, this organ was left inside the body cavity of Egyptian mummies
    $400 30
This vampire hunter's compatriots are Quincy Harker & Rachel van Helsing
    $400 25
Every year since 1965, at least one grad of this private L.A. school has been up for an Oscar; I aim to join that list
    $400 23
Highly prized blue corundum gems
    $400 11
Of the capitals of South Africa, it's the only one that fits the category
    $400 13
Here's a famous holiday cruise taken to this state
    $600 5
The ancient Greek historian Herodotus called Egypt "the gift of" this river
    $600 29
Real name of the hulk of a man seen here
    $600 22
I love New Haven. I will name my firstborn Elihu. I wish to be 1 of the roughly 11,250 students at this school, please
    $600 2
In the U.S. for children under age 16, this document is valid for no longer than 5 years
    $600 7
Do you know the way to this capital of Costa Rica?
    $600 14
The musical instruments seen on this state's quarter represent the blues, Appalachian, & country music
    $800 8
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from Luxor, Egypt.) Way back in the 300s B.C., this conqueror restored the Temple at Luxor to what he claimed was its historic glory
    $800 24
The guy seen here was born in Asgard & banished to Earth by his dad, Odin
    $800 20
My visit to Lincoln convinced me: I was meant to be a Cornhusker at this school
    $800 17
Old West term for those who scoured an area looking for valuable mineral deposits
    $800 3
This Ethiopian capital whose name means "new flower" was founded by Emperor Menelik II in 1887
    $800 15
The quarter reflects this state's drive to give the nation dairy, cheese & corn products
    $1000 9
It's the term used for the pictorial writing system developed by the ancient Egyptians
    $1000 26
This Marvel sharpshooter is also a nickname for the State of Iowa
    $1000 18
Later, I plan to give a huge endowment to my alma mater, this university founded by Ben Franklin
    $1000 16
Atomic element 15; it's the only element to fit the category
    DD: $1,000 6
This Asian capital was built between 1912 & '29 & designed by the British architect Lutyens
    $1000 19
The quarter for this state has a sunflower & a buffalo

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

David Papa Joseph
$2,400 $0 -$200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Papa Joseph
$4,600 $5,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 10
History: This man wouldn't give props to the pope, so he got booted from the Church in January, 1521
    $400 16
Near the equator this ocean stretches about 12,000 miles from Colombia to the Malay Peninsula
    $400 1
You may take a "gander" at the Jerome Robbins ballet named for this nursery rhymster
    $400 25
He was a teen when he made his film debut in "Max Dugan Returns" with his dad Donald Sutherland
    $400 27
Heat-browned bread for a friendly Casper
    $400 4
George Washington had the pine siding painted to look like mahogany at this estate
    $800 6
Spanish: This basic word for friend--you know, your buddy, your dawg, your boo
    $800 15
The Strait of Dover is the narrowest part of this body of water
    $800 22
Sancho Panza gets chased after stealing a bird in a ballet based on this novel
    $800 21
He was 15 when he won the Optimist Int'l Junior Golf Tournament for the 6th time; he'd first won it at age 8
    $800 30
The evening assigned for the boxing match
    $800 3
Thomas Jefferson installed unique double doors that opened & closed in tandem on this estate
    $1200 11
Geography: It's called a sea, but it's also the world's biggest lake. 143,000 square miles, that's hella big
    DD: $2,000 14
It's the fourth-largest of the Great Lakes & the one reaching farthest south
    $1200 23
The NYCB's 1986 version of this classic ballet had the "cygnet"ure corps of birds dressed in black
    $1200 26
As a Miss Teenage America contestant, Cybill Shepherd was voted this, also a Sandra Bullock film
    $1200 29
A strengthless Athenian
    $1200 8
The North Room at Sagamore Hill estate displays this president's Rough Rider hat
    $1600 18
Literature: In this book, Emma's sick of her husband; next thing, she's macking with Leon, Rodolphe & a crucifix
    $1600 13
The Yukon River flows northwest into Alaska before emptying into this sea
    DD: $2,600 5
Jemima Puddle-Duck shakes her tail feathers in the delightful ballet called "The Tales of" this woman
    $1600 17
At 17, this ex-Mousketeer sang "Reflection" on the soundtrack for "Mulan"
    $1600 2
A strong desire for a plate or a bowl
    $1600 7
The tartan worn by the queen's piper is displayed at Balmoral Castle in this U.K. nation
    $2000 19
Biology: Types of protozoans include ciliates, sarcodines & this one named for its freaky whip tail
    $2000 12
Rising in the Valdai Hills of Russia, this is Europe's longest river
    $2000 24
There's a duck in the ballet based on this composer's "Peter and the Wolf"
    $2000 28
This politician met his future wife, Tipper, at a high school dance in the 1960s
    $2000 20
A recliner for your wig
    $2000 9
The treaty ending WWI was signed in the Hall of Mirrors on this French estate

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Papa Joseph
$17,000 $14,400 $11,400

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

In an 1877 novel, he tells us that he was originally called Darkie, & later, Old Crony

Final scores:

David Papa Joseph
$5,199 $22,800 $1,400
2nd place: $10,000 Finalist 3rd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

David Papa Joseph
$16,200 $14,400 $11,400
16 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $42,000

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