Show #5279 - Thursday, July 19, 2007

2007 Teen Tournament Summer Games quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Kyle Neblett, a senior from Beaverton, Oregon

Tommy Maranges, a junior from Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Kristiana Henderson, a junior from Kent, Washington

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Jeopardy! Round

LET'S VISIT INDIA
CELEBS
WASHINGTON, LINCOLN OR GEORGE W. BUSH
SUMMERTIME
THE SHAPE OF THINGS
RHYME TIME
    $200 22
Northern India is the birthplace of this religion started by Siddhartha
    $200 5
This host of "American Idol" was born in Atlanta in 1974
    $200 8
Was born a British subject
    $200 26
The insect repellent product Off! has a special formula for hikers who venture into the "Deep" these
    $200 9
This 4-letter word for egg-shaped comes from the Latin word for "egg"
    $200 14
A really extensive musical ballad
    $400 23
Under the East India Company & then the government, this country ruled most of India until 1947
    $400 19
This Brit signed on to play for the L.A. Galaxy soccer team in 2007
    $400 7
The tallest
    $400 3
The Etesian wind blows all summer over the lands around the Adriatic & Aegean Seas, arms of this sea
    $400 10
As seen here, the cells that make a honeycomb are in this geometric shape
    $400 12
A jacket for a nanny or a billy
    $600 18
Eden Gardens in Calcutta is the world's largest stadium for this sport popular in India
    $600 29
This portrayer of Borat studied history at Cambridge University
    $600 1
Lost the popular vote in a presidential election
    $600 28
On warm days the mind turns to this rhyming word that precedes "basket" & "table"
    $600 4
Something that's described as "deltoid", including your deltoid muscle, is shaped like this
    $600 13
A rather hefty Webelo or Tenderfoot
    $800 24
Though never prime minister himself, this man seen here influenced India like few others before or since
    $800 30
Before he was James Bond, he was Alex West in "Lara Croft: Tomb Raider"
    $800 2
Went to Yale & Harvard
    $800 20
This name for the summertime spot seen here often follows the "old" as in the title of a James Whitcomb Riley book
    $800 11
Geometrically, this "great" polyhedron has a polygonal base & sides which come to a common vertex
    $800 17
A bed covering made from bits & pieces of Scottish skirts
    $1000 25
A job you might want to try in India is as a mahout, a keeper of these large animals
    $1000 21
Catch the "Pheever" for "Over It", the first single from her 2007 self-titled debut album
    $1000 6
Received a patent
    $1000 27
Are you smarter than a fifth grader? Not a fifth grader who's at SIG, summer institute for them
    DD: $2,800 15
It's another term for a spiral, especially when talking about spiraled strands of DNA
    $1000 16
An engineless aircraft for a brown recluse

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

Kristiana Tommy Kyle
$2,600 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Kristiana Tommy Kyle
$3,600 $2,200 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

NAME THAT PLANET
BE A SPORT
TEEN QUEENS
THE OLD TESTAMENT
LANGUAGE LAB
POSSIBLE SAT VOCABULARY
    $400 3
Christian Huygens wrote about this planet's rings way back in 1659
    $400 9
An early version of this water sport had players riding on barrels painted to look like horses
    $400 18
At 15 Lady Jane Grey was imprisoned in this fortress when accused of treason by Mary Tudor
    $400 26
While fleeing the destruction of Sodom, Lot's wife "looked back from behind him, and she became" this
    $400 22
Most languages of Western Europe get their words for "read" & "write" from this language's legere & scribere
    $400 30
Of praise, increase or mock, what you do to something you augment
    $800 5
Instrument-laden rovers landed on this planet in 2004
    $800 10
This 5-sport Olympic event had its origins in the activities of a military dispatch rider in enemy territory
    $800 25
18 when she became queen in 1837, she reigned for 63 years
    $800 2
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew stands at the head of a massive supine statue at Giza, Egypt.) Many believe Ramses the Great, whose colossal statue rests here, was the pharaoh to whom Moses said "Let my people go" in this book of the Bible
    $800 20
Hochdeutsch is the modern standard form of this language
    DD: $2,600 29
The body of songs a chanteuse is prepared to sing or of plays a company is prepared to put on
    $1200 6
The Great Red Spot on this planet is actually a giant storm
    $1200 11
This Olympic sport is said to date from 12th century Holland, where frozen canals were used as courses
    $1200 14
Wilhelmina of this country reigned as a teen after the last male in the house of Orange-Nassau died in 1890
    $1200 24
David gave this son & successor advice & plans for building the temple in Jerusalem
    $1200 19
The Pinyin system for writing this language in the English alphabet was officially adopted Jan. 1, 1979
    $1200 1
The time of day described as "crepuscular" is when this is happening
    DD: $2,200 7
A year on this planet is only 88 days long
    $1600 12
This sport was invented in England by modifying a dining room table; the ball was made of rubber or cork
    $1600 15
In 1615 14-year-old Anne married Louis XIII & was later accused of treason by this cardinal
    $1600 23
When this man's brother said that he was still alive, his father Jacob's "heart fainted, for he believed them not"
    $1600 4
In French, "Hier Henri m'aimait", "Yesterday Henry loved me", is an example of this "flawed" past tense
    $1600 28
Noun for a person who's sorry & is ritually showing his sorrow under the guidance of a confessor
    $2000 8
With Pluto demoted, this is now the outermost planet
    $2000 17
In 1895 at a YMCA, this indoor sport was developed for businessmen who found basketball too vigorous
    $2000 16
In 1343 Joanna was a teen queen of a kingdom with the name of this large port city near Pompeii
    $2000 13
This heroine for whom a Bible book is named was married to King Ahasuerus of Persia
    $2000 21
Douglas Hyde, aka An Craoibhin Aoibhinn, fought to preserve this language & founded a league of the same name
    $2000 27
This adjective for a terrifying experience comes from a toothed farm implement used on plowed ground

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Kristiana Tommy Kyle
$400 $400 $14,800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 50 STATES
It was the only state physically & politically formed directly because of the Civil War

Final scores:

Kristiana Tommy Kyle
$799 $800 $15,000
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Kristiana Tommy Kyle
$400 $5,800 $14,200
11 R,
4 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)
21 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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