Show #3853 - Wednesday, May 9, 2001

2001 Teen Tournament semifinal game 3.
From the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.

Contestants

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Katherine Bushey, a junior from Wilmington, Delaware

Andy Siegler, a senior from Cinnaminson, New Jersey

Ryan Ballangee, a senior from Pasadena, Maryland

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Jeopardy! Round

ANAGRAMMED COUNTRIES
HAIR DON'TS
CELEBRITIES
CHURCH & STATE
NONPOTENT POTABLES
JOE-POURRI
    $100 22
In South America:
Ant in gear
    $100 21
Don't go out in winter with hair in this condition -- you won't actually catch cold, but Mom will worry
    $100 1
He made his first appearance on "The Tonight Show" in 1977 -- now he hosts it
    $100 6
This state boasts one of the USA's oldest cathedrals, Baltimore's Basilica of the Assumption
    $100 16
A black & white is a chocolate soda with this flavor ice cream
    $100 10
In '38 Joe Shuster & Jerry Siegel created this guy who could fly but was somehow unrecognizable wearing glasses
    $200 27
In Europe:
Old pan
    $200 23
Be careful not to fry your hair with the newer models of these, which can range up to around 2,000 watts
    $200 2
This co-star of the movie "Never Been Kissed" is Steven Spielberg's goddaughter
    $200 7
In 2000 2 men were indicted for a 1963 church bombing in Birmingham in this state
    $200 17
It's been America's bestselling name brand vegetable juice for over 50 years
    $200 11
Though Grolier's Encyclopedia refers to him as "intellectually unimpressive", he ruled the USSR from 1929 to 1953
    $300 28
In Africa:
No gala
    $300 24
Rhyming term for the condition of your coiffure right after a night's sleep
    $300 3
She's the young country & pop diva heard here
    $300 8
City Methodist in this state's city of Gary, built for over $1 million in 1926, stands empty & needs restoration
    $300 18
This cola is named for an enzyme that aids in digestion
    $300 12
The middle name of this Hall of Fame Celtics player & ex-Pacers coach is not Joseph, just Joe
    $400 29
In Asia:
Giant ash fan
    $400 25
An adjective for dry, untamable hair, it sounds just like a Lenny Kravitz song title
    $400 4
In 1995 he played the Riddler in "Batman Forever" & also starred in the second "Ace Ventura" movie
    $400 9
The Old North Church, a beacon to worshippers since 1723, is in this state
    DD: $600 19
Roy Allen formed a partnership with Frank Wright & began using this name for root beer in 1922
    $400 13
A song asks, "Where have you gone," this N.Y. Yankee, "a nation turns its lonely eyes to you, woo, woo, woo"
    $500 30
In Central America:
Agate maul
    $500 26
This actress' severe trim was blamed for "Felicity"'s declining ratings
    $500 5
He said of his role in "Gladiator", "I've done some pretty physical stuff before, but this was unrelenting"
    $500 15
On the site of a church destroyed in the Pueblo Revolt, St. Francis Cathedral is in this state
    $500 20
The girl seen here represented this juice brand
    $500 14
"Closing Time" was his 1994 sequel to "Catch-22"

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

Ryan Andy Katherine
$2,500 $700 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Andy Katherine
$2,900 $1,600 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICA SINCE 1865
WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE
WILLIAM PENNED
THE VICE PRESIDENCY
THE PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA
CROSSWORD CLUES 2nd LETTER "U"
    $200 12
On August 26, 1958 it voted by a 5-1 margin for statehood
    $200 17
We didn't download music, we listened to the radio to hear this "Mr. Tambourine Man", Jakob's father
    $200 21
It's believed he wrote "A Midsummer Night's Dream" to be performed at a wedding
    $200 6
The vice president serves as the presiding officer, or president, of this U.S. government body
    $200 26
The orchestra's great conductor Leopold Stokowski discarded this to lead the music with his hands
    $200 2
Boy cow
(4)
    $400 13
On January 20, 1997 he said, "At this last presidential inauguration of the twentieth century..."
    $400 18
Today you have your raps & your raves; in the '60s, this Asian country had a real cultural revolution
    $400 22
In the late 1920s he penned what many consider his greatest novel, "The Sound and the Fury"
    $400 7
Cardiological term often used for the distance the vice president is "away" from the most powerful office in the land
    $400 30
The orchestra toured so much that conductor Eugene Ormandy quipped this is a nice town & they should play there
    $400 3
One may be vacuum or inner
(4)
    $600 14
(Hi, I'm Christine King Farris) In Oslo, Norway, in 1964, my brother became the youngest recipient of this
    $600 1
Not any artist could sell for millions like today; he had to be a master like this "Night Watch" Dutchman
    $600 23
In "Lord of the Flies" he explored the dark side of human nature
    $600 9
He told Abigail that the vice presidency was "the most insignificant office" contrived or conceived
    $600 29
The orchestra has 2 harpists, 4 bassoonists & 32 of these
    $600 4
Pro baseball bench site
(6)
    $800 15
On May 21, 1927 this American landed in Paris & was welcomed by a crowd of about 100,000
    $800 19
They didn't make crazy movies into Broadway shows, they took books like this Artful Dodger Dickens classic
    $800 24
"Lyrical Ballads", a poetry collection by Coleridge & this man, includes his famous "Tintern Abbey"
    $800 10
The official music for the vice president, "Hail Columbia" is the veep's equivalent of this march
    $800 28
The orchestra's first concert at the Academy of Music, its home 1900-2001, featured this man's 1805 Fifth Symphony
    $800 5
Greek geometry genius
(6)
    DD: $500 16
On June 17, 1972 5 were arrested for burglarizing Democratic Party HQ in this Washington, D.C. apartment complex
    $1000 20
We didn't have the Springer show, but we watched this leader seen here have a "kitchen debate" with Nixon
    $1000 25
In his poem about a "tyger", he asked, "Did he who made the lamb make thee?"
    $1000 11
The vice president attends meetings of the president's cabinet & is a member of this, the NSC
    DD: $1,800 27
The orchestra is heard in the 1937 movie "100 Men and a Girl" & this 1940 Disney film
    $1000 8
New Year's Eve song
(4,4,4)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Andy Katherine
$7,400 $8,800 $2,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
The German name for this animal is nilpferd, or "Nile horse"

Final scores:

Ryan Andy Katherine
$1,400 $16,200 $0
2nd place: $5,000 Finalist 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Andy Katherine
$7,900 $8,000 $3,500
22 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
13 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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