Show #5169 - Thursday, February 15, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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David Walter, a senior from Wilmington, Delaware

Ben Schenkel, a junior from Allentown, Pennsylvania

Stephen Fritz, a sophomore from Lexington, Kentucky

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Jeopardy! Round

A LITTLE LIT
POP MUSIC
FOOD
AROUND THE WORLD
PICTURE ME!
WELCOME TO "HIGH" SCHOOL
    $200 29
In this Cervantes novel, Alonso's plans never work out as he tries to be chivalrous
    $200 28
In 2006 he was back with the hit "SexyBack"
    $200 7
A "giant flour tortilla" wrapped around meat, beans & cheese, it's a mainstay of the Chipotle chain
    $200 1
If you've got a week to spare, you can see much of this 6.6 million sq. mi. country via the Trans-Siberian Railway
    $200 6
Sadly, her fairy tale ended in worldwide grief in 1997
    $200 30
It's the "HD" in HDTV (in which I look fabulous)
    DD: $2,000 26
As "1984" ends, Winston has been taught to love him
    $400 25
In 2006 this singer from The Black Eyed Peas released this solo album "The Dutchess"
    $400 8
An alcohol called glycerol gives this part of a cake its smooth texture
    $400 2
The famous landmark seen here is in this city
    $400 13
Sit by the fireside and name this popular president
    $400 27
Common 2-word term also known as "haute couture"
    $600 19
It's a dog's life for Buck in the Klondike in this author's "The Call of the Wild"
    $600 18
Her video for "Hung Up", from her album "Confessions on a Dance Floor", features krumping
    $600 9
The topping here is this delicacy, that can come from several different creatures
    $600 4
This second-largest city of Egypt is named for the "great" king who founded it; you can look it up in the library
    $600 15
This saintly Nobel prize winner has rightfully inspired tremendous devotion
    $600 22
Got a haughty attitude? I'd advise you to get off this 2-word metaphorical beast
    $800 20
At first, Jane Austen's heroine Elizabeth doesn't like this man's attitude, but in the end they're united
    $800 16
This group's over-the-top video for "I Write Sins Not Tragedies" won Video of the Year at the 2006 MTV VMAs
    $800 11
Rotelle, conchiglie & farfalle are shapes of this
    $800 3
On newer maps of India, Calcutta is now Kolkata & this largest city is Mumbai
    $800 10
They're the innovative high-flying Ohioans seen here
    $800 23
Also known as hypertension, this condidtion affects far more African Americans on average than white Americans
    $1000 21
The title character of this Voltaire work discovers gardening will make him happy
    $1000 17
Welcome MCR, this alt-rock group, to "The Black Parade", its 2006 concept album
    $1000 12
The name of this type of beef, seen here, means it's been preserved by salting
    $1000 5
A famous banking street in London & a crooked street in San Francisco share this name
    $1000 14
Revolutionary world leader and party animal seen here
    $1000 24
Cymbal-ically, it's the drum kit piece that fits the category

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

Stephen Ben David
$3,200 $3,200 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben David
$3,400 $4,400 $9,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
BROADWAY
LET'S CHECK OUT SOME COLLEGES
THE BIRDS & THE BEES
THREE OF A KIND
WORDS IN AMERICA
    $400 1
Charles Evans Hughes is the only man confirmed to serve 2 non-consecutive terms on this judicial body
    $400 16
It's not easy for this "Beauty and the Beast" heroine to trip the light fantastic: her ball gown weighs more than 40 lbs.
    $400 10
Check out the LBJ Library and the J.J. Pickle Research Campus at this state university and hook 'em, Horns!
    $400 25
Some (maybe the birds themselves) say the African gray type is the most accomplished talker among these birds
    $400 20
Tarantella,
flamenco,
break
    $400 26
You may note America is, according to Rev. Samuel Smith, the "land where my fathers" did this
    $800 2
In 1974, this state's George Ariyoshi was elected the first U.S. governor of Japanese ancestry
    $800 9
In 2005 Denzel Washington took a stab at this role in "Julius Caesar"
    $800 15
This Ivy Leaguer seems nice... near the Charles River & Fenway... tuition $30,275? We'll have no cah to pahk in the yahd!
    $800 24
Bees help create new species when they move this powder from one type of plant to another
    $800 19
Shintoism,
Zoroastrianism,
Jainism
    $800 27
This first verse says to let this synonym for liberty ring!
    $1200 3
This Presidential retreat is perched on the highest point of Maryland's Catoctin Mountain Park
    $1200 6
Just like the film, "Hairspray" is set in this Md. city that John Waters called "the hairdo capital of the world"
    $1200 14
This Ivy Leaguer seems nice... New Haven in the fall, fine drama school (Jodie Foster! Streep!) Tuition $33,030? Holy Eli!
    $1200 23
The white type of this forage plant is a prime source of the nectar that bees use to make honey
    DD: $8,000 12
Hammurabi,
Morse,
Napoleonic
    $1200 28
The song mentions their pride
    $1600 4
This senior senator from Arizona serves on the U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
    $1600 7
A 2007 TV reality show lets viewers pick the new Sandy & Danny for the revival of this musical
    DD: $4,800 11
Founded by French missionaries in 1842, this Indiana univ. first admitted women in 1972, so you can now go, girl!
    $1600 22
A nuthatch isn't an asylum, it's a bird that loves these nuts also called filberts
    $1600 17
Sand dab,
orange roughy,
mullet
    $1600 29
This objective case of "thou" turns up a lot
    $2000 5
The Office of English Language Acquisition belongs to this cabinet department
    $2000 8
It's the most bewitching musical on Broadway, and its Playbill cover is seen here
    $2000 13
Your mom's been "badger"-ing me to take you to Madison, the oldest branch of this state university
    $2000 21
It's a small, chunky brown bird with a short bill & a silent initial W
    $2000 18
Thresher,
Le Surcouf,
Nautilus
    $2000 30
"I love thy rocks and rills, thy woods and templed" these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Stephen Ben David
$11,000 $22,800 $22,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY MEN
In 1813 La. Gov. William Claiborne put a $500 bounty on him; he responded by offering one for the gov.'s head

Final scores:

Stephen Ben David
$5,463 $40,000 $14,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Stephen Ben David
$11,000 $12,800 $20,600
14 R,
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $44,400

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