Show #6019 - Thursday, November 11, 2010

2010-B College Championship quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Tim Relihan, a senior from the University of Nebraska from Stromsburg, Nebraska

Steph Gagelin, a sophomore from the University of North Dakota from Grand Forks, North Dakota

Marshall Flores, a senior from Arizona State University from Avondale, Arizona

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Jeopardy! Round

VETERANS DAY
COLLEGE RADIO
BUTTERFLIES & MOTHS
MYSTERY MEAT
LOOK IN THE TRUNK
NUMERIC PHRASES
    $200 21
Veterans Day is celebrated on November 11, the anniversary of the day this war ended
    $200 2
Cal State Northridge's KCSN broadcasts an Americana music program called "Tangled" these plant parts
    $200 26
Some hawk moths hover just like these tiny birds for which they are sometimes mistaken
    $200 1
You get a grade "A" if you know USDA stands for this, which has been grading meat quality since 1923
    $200 7
Look, my mask; I wore it years ago during this celebration, French for "fat Tuesday"
    $200 16
13 items from your local bagel shop is sometimes called this
    $400 22
Don't forget--in Canada, Veterans Day is known as this
    $400 3
You can talk Bears or Black Hawks on "The A.L.L. Sports Hour" on WHPK, from the University of this town
    $400 27
The larva of this "royal" butterfly feeds only on leaves of the milkweed plant
    $400 12
This poisoning usually picked up from bad canned meat takes its name from the Latin word for sausage
    $400 8
I must have tried half the 43 quintillion possible combinations on this; more stuff in the trunk
    $400 17
This 3-word phrase means to decline to say any more; you can thank the Constitution
    $600 23
Each November 11 a color guard executes "present arms" at 11:00 A.M. at this Arlington National Cemetery location
    $600 4
Catch some logger rhythms on KUPS, from the university named for this Washington body of water
    $600 28
To avoid being eaten, some moths have a special organ to pick up high-frequency sounds made by these mammals
    $600 13
A specially trained butcher known as a shochet is required to prepare meat to this religious standard
    $600 9
It's my little red mascot of this college team; sorry I had to banish you to the trunk after Tom Osborne left
    $600 18
This brand of cat food is "finicky about nutrition"
    $800 24
In 1954 this man signed legislation officially establishing the name Veterans Day
    $800 5
KRLX comes from C-A-R-leton College in this state
    DD: $1,800 29
Due to its golden shimmer, the pupa is also called this, from the Greek for "gold"
    $800 14
John Montagu, Earl of this, popularized a dish that helped him eat meat while playing cards
    $800 10
Hey, it's my nickel-plated this; it was very painful when I got my head stuck in it
    $800 19
A new gust, or a renewed ability to continue
    $1000 25
The tradition of wearing poppies on Veterans Day comes from this poem about an area in Belgium & France
    $1000 6
Loyola Marymount's KXLU has a show devoted to female musicians called "She" does this (not to the cradle)
    $1000 30
Female moths & butterflies release these chemicals from special wing scales to attract males
    $1000 15
Not to assume the wurst, but Braunschweiger is a smoked variety of this spreadable sausage
    $1000 11
My monkey friend carved out of this--I haven't seen you in years
    $1000 20
In politics, this subway term refers to a dangerous topic

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

Marshall Steph Tim
$800 $2,800 $3,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Marshall Steph Tim
$3,200 $5,600 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

LANDMARKS
DESCRIBING THE OLYMPIC SPORT
WRITERS ON THE MOVE
NAMED FOR PEOPLE
MISCELLANEOUS MEASURES
KEEPIN' IT "REAL"
    $400 13
It's Paris' tallest landmark
    $400 1
Synchronized springboard is one event in this sport
    $400 7
In 1790 William Wordsworth spent his summer vacation in this revolution-torn country
    $400 18
Ironically, this 18th century device bears the name of a French doctor who opposed the death penalty
    $400 22
It's the unit of weight for precious stones; the Hope diamond is 45.52 of them
    $400 2
Land held as property
    $800 14
Fittingly, a sculpture of this animal stands 67 feet tall at the Dallas Zoo
    $800 9
Stand 70 meters away from target that is 1.22 meters in diameter & let fly
    $800 8
(Kelly of the Clue Crew gives the clue from Galapagos Islands, Ecuador.) This American novelist, more associated with whales, visited the Galapagos & mused on the tortoise as a symbol of the two sides of existence, with its dark topside & bright underside
    $800 19
This wheel was made for an 1893 expo by an engineer who specialized in steel structures
    $800 23
42 gallons of crude oil equals one of these units
    $800 3
To watch a 37-minute event in 37 minutes is to watch it in this
    $1200 15
The Holland one in New Jersey & New York is a National Historic Landmark
    $1200 10
3 disciplines: rhythmic, artistic & trampoline
    $1200 28
"A Cook's Tour" narrates the strange journeys & meals of this chef & TV personality
    $1200 20
Now a floating hotel, this ship made her maiden voyage in May 1936
    $1200 24
Gauges measure shotgun bore diameters in mms; these measure gun bore diameters in hundredths of inches, like the .22
    $1200 4
It can mean "in the art style of Yves Tanguy", or just "weird & eerie"
    $1600 16
This structure follows Windsor, Balmoral or Montezuma
    DD: $1,000 11
Categories in this sport include coxless pairs & single sculls
    DD: $1,000 29
In this country D.H. Lawrence started a novel called "Quetzalcoatl", later "The Plumed Serpent"
    $1600 21
A lab in Livermore, California is named for this inventor of the cyclotron
    $1600 25
This unit expresses the intensity of a sound wave; one is the smallest difference between sounds detectable by the human ear
    $1600 5
What Coke was, according to an old ad slogan
    $2000 17
The Bund symbolizes this Chinese city's trading history
    $2000 12
This martial art is the only Olympic sport to originate in Korea
    $2000 30
Composer Rachmaninoff lent this Russian-born novelist the money to come to the U.S. in 1940
    $2000 27
The 3 Senate office buildings are named for Senators Philip Hart, Richard Russell & Everett this
    $2000 26
Sing out this term for 25 uniform sheets of paper
    $2000 6
Time Inc. keeps things basic with this magazine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Marshall Steph Tim
$13,000 $7,000 $7,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
In April 1935 in Oklahoma, when blowing soil darkened the sky, a reporter coined this term for the region

Final scores:

Marshall Steph Tim
$15,601 $13,999 $14,800
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Marshall Steph Tim
$13,600 $7,600 $9,600
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
16 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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