Show #4188 - Wednesday, November 13, 2002

2002 College Championship quarterfinal game 3.
From the Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University in Columbus.

Contestants

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Pat Mobley, a sophomore at the University of Michigan from Davenport, Iowa

Allison Hurley, a junior at the University of Cincinnati from Medina, Ohio

Hikma Abdulghani, a senior at Columbia University from New York, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

NATIVE AMERICAN PLACE NAMES
SCOOBY-DOO AT 32
SHOPPING
THAT'S OLD NEWS
FRATERNITIES & SORORITIES
ENDS IN "FF"
    $200 22
This New York island is named for the Indians who sold it to Peter Minuit in 1626
    $200 1
As Daphne in the 2002 live-action film, she traded in her vampire stakes for Scooby snacks
    $200 2
The National Consumer Council warns that on a credit card, beware of a high APR, which stands for this
    $200 5
Much of Moscow was burned to the ground in 1812 when this emperor's troops occupied the city
    $200 21
A golden one of these symbolizes Kappa Kappa Gamma as well as Phi Beta Kappa
    $200 16
Women sometimes wear clothing that bares this part of the body between the chest & the waist
    $400 23
Possibly meaning "great salt water" or "on the big bay", it's the big bay that divides Maryland
    $400 12
Rastro -- sorry -- Astro on this Hanna-Barbera series was a prototype for Scooby
    $400 3
The name of this beauty products store comes from the Greek word for beauty & Zipporah, the name of Moses' wife
    $400 8
He posted his world-shaking commentaries on a German church door on October 31, 1517
    $400 27
Ancient instrument symbolizing Alpha Chi Omega, whose original motto was "Ye Daughters of Music, Come Up Higher"
    $400 17
This term for a top law enforcement official comes from the English for "reeve of the shire"
    $600 24
Oh, b'gosh! This Wisconsin city bears the name of a Menominee chief who died in 1858
    $600 13
Relatives of Scooby seen over the years include Scooby-Dum & this annoying nephew
    $600 4
Seen here, the logo of this store recalls its employees' uniforms
    $600 9
The arrival of the contaminated ship David Scott in 1834 began a series of severe measles epidemics in this Aussie city
    $600 28
In 1989 Zeta Beta Tau dropped this pre-membership status as the only way to stop hazing
    $600 18
At Cape Canaveral, it follows a countdown
    $800 25
Referring to its Platte River, this state's name is from an Indian word meaning "flat water"
    $800 14
Scooby parodies turn up in "Jay & Silent Bob Strike Back" & one of the endings to this 1992 Mike Myers film
    $800 6
This retail clothing chain started out as a single store in San Francisco in 1969 that sold jeans & records
    $800 10
It was the first presidential election year following the end of the U.S. Civil War
    $800 29
In 1902 Pi Beta Phi was a founding member of the NPC, this "National Conference" of Greek-letter societies
    $800 19
This annual cooking contest first took place in 1949 at New York City's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel
    DD: $1,000 26
This Pennsylvania valley gave its name to the transport seen here
    $1000 15
Keep your feet on the ground & keep reaching for the stars & tell us he's the original voice of Shaggy
    $1000 7
With locations throughout the U.S., this "Wild Place to Shop and Eat" recreates the jungle indoors
    $1000 11
This modeler in wax who founded a world-famous museum was born in Strasbourg in 1761
    $1000 30
The first post-Civil War fraternity, Alpha Tau Omega started at this "institute" that trained many Civil War generals
    $1000 20
This Arizona city is the site of the Lowell Observatory & an annual summerfest

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

Hikma Allison Pat
$1,000 $1,800 $3,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Hikma Allison Pat
$2,000 $3,000 $5,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE ARABIAN PENINSULA
TALK TV
ENGLISH LIT
AMERICANA
BLOW YOUR TOP!
___OH___
(Alex: Each correct response will contain the letters "OH" somewhere in the middle.)
    $400 21
Part of the Arabian Peninsula is occupied by the Rub Al-Khali, or "empty quarter", one of the largest of these
    $400 6
In April 2005 he'll have hosted NBC's "Late Night" as long as his predecessor did
    $400 4
This 1859 classic begins, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times"
    $400 11
This NYC building opened in 1931 -- & had an ape infestation problem on film just 2 years later
    $400 16
This Japanese volcano's 1707 eruption scattered ash over Tokyo & caused several days of darkness
    $400 1
His name's on 3 epistles, a revelation & a gospel
    $800 22
In 1991 retreating Iraqi troops looted this country & set fire to hundreds of its oil wells
    $800 7
An Oprah regular, this expert in "Psychology and Human Functioning" got his own show in 2002
    $800 5
His "Life of Samuel Johnson" is often considered the greatest biography in the English language
    $800 12
This term coined in the '50s refers to an amusement park with a motif, like the jungle or the Old West
    $800 17
This dormant volcano graces the license plates of Washington state
    $800 2
Districts in London & New York City share this name
    $1200 27
The Kaaba in the courtyard of this city's Al-Haram Mosque is said to have been built by the Hebrew patriarch Abraham
    $1200 8
Bill Maher's final guests on this show included conservative commentator Ann Coulter & Kid of Kid 'n Play
    $1200 19
Kurtz' dying words in this Joseph Conrad tale are "The horror! The horror!"
    $1200 13
Crested Butte in this state is one of the birthplaces of mountain biking & home of the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame
    DD: $2,000 18
One of Europe's few active volcanoes, it rises to 4,190 feet from the shores of the Bay of Naples
    $1200 3
Last name of father & son Nobel Prize physicists Niels & Aage
    $1600 28
The Arabian Peninsula's southernmost tip lies in this country
    $1600 9
He hosted one of the first audience-participation talk shows in 1967 & was back on the air in 2002
    DD: $2,000 20
In 1794 William Blake followed up his "Songs of Innocence" poems with his "Songs of" this
    $1600 14
Nathanael Greene of Rhode Island was the first man immortalized in 3 dimensions in this U.S. Capitol hall set up in 1864
    $1600 25
In the mid-1960s the volcano Irazu showered tons of ash over this Costa Rican capital
    $1600 23
This small salmon of the Northwest was introduced to the Great Lakes
    $2000 29
At over 1,000 feet, the world's tallest hotel is in this United Arab Emirates city, "The Venice of the Gulf"
    $2000 10
She's the talk show host mentioned in the Offspring song "Pretty Fly for a White Guy"
    $2000 30
This E.M. Forster novel is told in 3 parts: "Mosque", "Caves" & "Temple"
    $2000 15
(Sofia of the Clue Crew reports from the Johnson Space Center in Houston) NASA's shuttle program is officially designated STS, standing for this
    $2000 26
From the Latin for "smoke chamber", it's a vent or hole in the ground that emits volcanic gases
    $2000 24
It's the discontinuity between the Earth's crust & mantle

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Hikma Allison Pat
$5,600 $1,800 $12,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

COMPUTER HISTORY
IBM engineer Dave Bradley is called the father of this multi-key combination

Final scores:

Hikma Allison Pat
$1,199 $1,810 $12,200
3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated 2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Hikma Allison Pat
$5,800 $3,800 $12,200
13 R
(including 1 DD),
5 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
17 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,800

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