Show #4228 - Wednesday, January 8, 2003

2003 Holiday Kids Week game 3.


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Ian Manka, a twelve-year-old seventh-grader from Tallmadge, Ohio

Nina Garcia, a twelve-year-old seventh grader from Burke, Virginia

Jacob Collins, a twelve-year-old seventh-grader from Charlotte, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 23
The number of stars on the American flag
    $200 11
Ecologically minded golfers can get these golf ball supporters that are biodegradable
    $200 18
The vast majority of this second-lightest gas comes from natural gas fields in the U.S.
    $200 1
Commonly, pianos have about 3 of these; modern pipe organs have 32
    $200 6
A cozy cave for a bear, or a cozy room in your house
    $200 16
This fairy tale title character gets to go to the ball, marries the king's son & lives happily ever after
    $400 24
The 13 stripes on the American flag represent the 13 original ones of these
    $400 12
Young kids don't need them; for older skiers their grips should be at a level with arms bent & out-stretched
    $400 19
Sialia mexicana is the scientific name of the western bluebird: Sialia is the genus & mexicana tells you this
    $400 2
Violins & cellos are part of this section of a symphony orchestra
    $400 7
A deer, a female deer
    $400 17
In 2002 a tugboat crew rescued Forgea, one of these that had been alone at sea for 24 days on an abandoned tanker
    $600 25
The American flag is said to be flown "half" this way when honoring someone who has died
    $600 13
In baseball, this player's mitt cannot have a circumference of more than 38"
    $600 20
In a first-class type of this, the fulcrum is between the applied force and the load
    $600 3
The instrument heard here, or what you might use to capture its sound
    $600 8
A deer, a very large deer second in size to the moose
    DD: $1,000 22
Social misfit Mia Thermopolis turns into a beautiful young woman fit for the throne of Genovia in this 2001 film
    $800 27
The American flag was officially adopted in this year, 1 year after the Declaration of Independence was signed
    $800 14
Kevlar, used in bulletproof vests, is used by Wilson to make these balls that you may kick or head
    $800 21
The tail of this body is formed when ice turns into gas as it gets closer to the sun
    $800 4
To start your own garage rock band, you'll need a guitarist, drummer & someone on this 4-stringed rhythm instrument
    $800 9
Type of machine you can use to send & receive letters or photos over the telephone line
    $1000 28
When you fold the American flag correctly at the end of the day, it should be in this shape when you're done
    $1000 15
Montreal's 2002 Jr Powerlam is a 51" long one of these with a synthetic blade
    $1000 26
This 5-letter word is the opposite of attract
    $1000 5
The metal discs around the edge of this hand-held percussion instrument are called jingles
    $1000 10
In a popular expression it precedes "and vigor"

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

Jacob Nina Ian
$2,600 $800 $4,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jacob Nina Ian
$800 $4,400 $7,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
After hiding for 760 days in a secret room, this diarist & her family were found by Nazis on August 4, 1944
    $400 2
In the TV movie "The Luck of the Irish", the young Kyle Johnson discovers he's this type of fairy
    $400 4
South of the continental U.S. are named latitude lines: the Tropic of Cancer, the Equator & the Tropic of this
    $400 16
Princess Aurora pricks her finger on a spindle in Act I of this classic ballet
    $400 24
On this TV show, a Muppet named Oscar the Grouch lives in a garbage can
    $400 19
It means to shed tears
    $800 12
On April 19, 1865 funeral services were held in the East Room of the White House
    $800 8
Clu, Jack & Fi's encounters with all kinds of paranormal spooks go onto Fi's website on this show
    $800 3
In a tropical tune, Kermit the Frog is this sea's "Amphibian"
    $800 17
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is known as the oldest major ballet company in this country
    $800 25
The 2 words that complete the modern saying "garbage in..."
    $800 20
A short distance is said to be a "hop, skip &" this
    $1200 13
On March 10, 1876 this inventor transmitted the first telephone message: "Mr. Watson, come here! I want you"
    $1200 9
The only thing perfect student Ren & her brother Louis have in common is their last name on this show
    $1200 5
It's the mountain range you have to be in to conquer Mount Aconcagua
    DD: $2,000 18
In a famous Tchaikovsky ballet, Odette is the queen of these birds
    $1200 26
The first known law against throwing your garbage in the street was issued around 500 B.C. in this Greek city
    $1200 21
At a buffet, don't do this twice with the same chip -- put some of that guacamole on a plate
    $1600 14
On July 28, 1914 Austria declared war on Serbia, marking the real beginning of this war
    $1600 10
Britney made a guest appearance on this "famous" show about a TV action hero who moves back to his hometown
    $1600 6
Though very close to the very icy Antarctica, Tierra del Fuego means "Land of" this
    $1600 27
A graveyard scene (with bats!) is in Matthew Wright's ballet based on this "monstrous" Mary Shelley novel.
    DD: $3,000 29
The EPA reports that this country has 6% of the world's people & produces 50% of the world's garbage
    $1600 22
In the past (we think it's in the past) kids who used bad language got their mouths washed out with this
    $2000 15
On August 8, 1588 the English defeated this Spanish fleet in the Battle of Gravelines
    $2000 11
Hilary Duff & her cartoon alter ego try to survive middle school as this title character
    $2000 7
San Juan is in Puerto Rico; San Jose is this country's capital
    $2000 28
"Liebeslieder Walzer" is danced to music by this German famed for his "lullaby"
    $2000 30
The "3 R's" of garbage management are reduce, reuse & this environmentally friendly word
    $2000 23
It's the type of computer display abbreviated BMP

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jacob Nina Ian
$5,600 $21,800 $10,800
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the first president to use a middle name

Final scores:

Jacob Nina Ian
$11,177 $21,999 $10,399
2nd place: $2,000 + an HP Media Center computer package Winner: $21,999 + an HP Media Center computer package 3rd place: $1,000 + an HP Media Center computer package

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jacob Nina Ian
$5,600 $19,200 $10,800
9 R,
7 W
20 R
(including 3 DDs),
0 W
21 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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Game tape date: 2002-11-08
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