Show #5222 - Tuesday, May 1, 2007

2007 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.
From the University of Southern California.

Contestants

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Hayley Clatterbuck, a junior from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Brady Cassis, a junior from Yale University

Craig Boge, a senior from Stanford University

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Jeopardy! Round

ANIMALS
PC MAGAZINE
WHEN THEY WERE IN COLLEGE
STATE CAPITALS
ROYALTY
YOU SEE "LA"
    $200 20
It's the only Asian great ape
    $200 6
In 1984 this company's laser printer won raves &, at $3,495, also cost a third less than the competitors'
    $200 7
Jon Stewart got a "kick" out of this sport at William & Mary, & an award there is named in his honor
    $200 1
Pass the grape jelly & name this state capital of New Hampshire
    $200 25
This czar may have been "great", but biographer Robert K. Massie says he was deathly afraid of cockroaches
    $200 12
Immature, wingless feeding stage of an insect
    $400 21
It's what an archerfish shoots to bring down insects
    $400 8
The cover of the first PC Magazine featured this company's new desktop computer, which helped launch an industry
    $400 9
Steve Young was a quarterback at this school named for his great-great-great-grandfather
    $400 2
It's the capital of the Evergreen State
    $400 26
Princess Caroline's hunky son Andrea Casiraghi is second in line to the throne in this country
    $400 14
A portable lamp, or a "Green" DC Comics character
    $600 22
This predator that comes in gray and red types is a bit camera-shy, but its tracks are seen here
    $600 18
For 16 years this computer maker put an ad on the back page of PC Mag to promote & pioneer its direct PC sales
    $600 10
Julia Louis-Dreyfus was part of an improv troupe while attending this university in Evanston, Illinois
    $600 3
Much of the trendy Back Bay area of this state capital is built on a landfill
    $600 27
This "Sun King" sniffed, "England is a little garden full of sour weeds"
    $600 15
Chad or Superior
    $800 23
A traditional sign of spring in England is a letter to the Times saying, I heard this "crazy" bird's call
    $800 19
In 1999, when it wasn't even a year old, this website won a PC Mag award for its PageRank technology
    $800 11
At Amherst this future TV dad graduated cum laude; he must have been in "7th Heaven"
    DD: $1,000 4
Because he believed God led him there, Roger Williams named a state capital this
    $800 28
Princess Cristina of this country married a Basque handball player in 1997
    $800 16
Another name for a cowboy's lasso
    $1000 24
(Sarah of the Clue Crew appears from the USC Wrigley Institute on Catalina Island, CA.) Though thriving now, Catalina Island foxes were threatened in the '90s by the infectious disease marked by fever & catarrh known as canine this
    $1000 30
id Software got kudos for letting gamers construct worlds in this 4-letter shooter, set on Mars & featuring demons
    $1000 13
At Vassar, Meryl Streep starred in this Swede's play "Miss Julie"; at Yale, she was in his play "The Father"
    $1000 5
It's where you'll find the Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse
    $1000 29
In 1927 5-year-old Prince Michael was proclaimed king of this country north of Bulgaria
    $1000 17
Element with the atomic number 103 (it ain't livermorium!)

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

Craig Brady Hayley
$2,800 $2,200 -$600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Brady Hayley
$5,200 $3,800 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

FEMALE SINGERS
LESSER-KNOWN NAMES
FACE BOOK
ANTHROPOLOGIST'S DICTIONARY
THEATRE HISTORY
"USC"
    $400 6
After jousting with the Lance, she felt a change would do her good in 2006
    $400 19
In 1935 Lincoln Ellsworth flew over this continent & claimed parts of it for the U.S.
    $400 11
"Gone with the Wind" opens with a description of her "arresting" face
    $400 26
2-word term for the hypothetical species said to bridge the gap between anthropod apes & human beings
    $400 16
New York's Public Theater began staging Shakespeare in the Park in this park in 1962
    $400 1
Types of these include flexors & adductors
    $800 7
Who will save your soul? This precious gem, seen here?
    DD: $1,000 20
DAR co-founder Flora Darling founded a "Daughters of" group for this next declared U.S. war
    $800 12
Use your plastic to pick up "Beauty Junkies: Inside Our $15 Billion Obsession with" this type of "Surgery"
    $800 27
It's the 4-syllable practice of having more than one spouse at the same time
    $800 17
The students who founded this univ.'s Dramatic Society in 1885 included a future Archbishop of Canterbury
    $800 2
This city is on the Black Warrior River in Alabama
    $1200 8
Amy Ray & Emily Saliers are better known as this colorful group
    $1200 21
In the 1600s Thomas Sydenham pioneered the use of this drug to treat malaria
    $1200 13
This author wrote that Dorian Gray had "finely-curved scarlet lips"
    $1200 28
From the Latin for "from the beginning", it's the noun used for the earliest known dwellers of a region
    $1200 18
In classic commedia dell'arte, many characters wore these on their faces, but the lovers did not
    $1200 3
This staple of North African cuisine can be a porridge, a salad or a dessert
    $1600 9
This Irish lass is seen performing at the 1998 Lilith Fair concert
    $1600 22
Pierre Monteux was the conductor at the uproarious 1913 premiere of this "seasonal" Stravinsky work
    $1600 14
Pride & terror mix on Mr. Kurtz' face before he makes this final exclamation
    DD: $1,400 29
In 1891 prehistoric human fossils given this geographic name were discovered on an Indonesian island
    $1600 24
In the 1580s this Spanish novelist reportedly wrote 20 to 30 plays, but only "The Traffic of Algiers" & "Numantia" survive
    $1600 4
Red & white blood cells are also called these
    $2000 10
She's no criminal, although she often steals the show
    $2000 23
Part-time astronomer after whom the capital of Queensland, Australia was named
    $2000 15
The heroine of Toni Morrison's first novel wants the blondest hair & this feature, the book's title
    $2000 30
At dig sites, these ancient household garbage dumps reveal a great deal about those who used them
    $2000 25
The play "Our Leading Lady" focuses on Laura Keene, who was starring in this play the night Lincoln was shot
    $2000 5
At age 88 King Gustav VI was out diggin' in the ruins of these people in Acquarossa, Italy

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Craig Brady Hayley
$19,400 $9,000 $8,000
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

FICTIONAL CHARACTERS
He's the character mentioned in the first line of "Atlas Shrugged"

Final scores:

Craig Brady Hayley
$18,800 $6,500 $13,500
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Craig Brady Hayley
$19,200 $8,800 $8,200
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $36,200

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