Show #6366 - Monday, April 30, 2012

2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 1.

Contestants

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Eliza Scruton, a junior from Louisville, Kentucky

Rose Schaefer, a junior from Portland, Oregon

Jeff Haylon, a sophomore from Newtown, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

SWEET STUFF
NAME THE SPORT
TRANSPORTATION
WHAT A CENTURY
WORLD CAPITALS
PUT A "DENT" IN IT
    $200 19
You don't need a campfire to make these--put some marshmallows & chocolate between Graham crackers & heat in the oven
    $200 1
Scissors kick, freestyle, individual medley
    $200 12
BMWs also come in 2-wheeled versions, like the 130hp HP2 sport one of these
    $200 9
Edison's first U.S. power station lights 10,000 lamps
    $200 5
Until 1918 it was capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire; today, it's just the capital of Austria
    $200 3
They're the type of twins seen here
    $400 20
It's sugar cooked until it melts & turns brown; butterscotch is similar, but with the addition of butter
    $400 2
Scissors kick, corner kick, header
    $400 27
In "over the river and through the woods", "the horse knows the way to carry" this "through the white and drifted snow"
    DD: $1,000 10
Russia loses its last czar
    $400 13
The coat of arms of this Ukraine capital depicts the Archangel Michael, its heavenly protector
    $400 4
This spear is a symbol of Poseidon
    $600 21
A heavily ornamented style of architecture is named for this, often used to make "men" & "houses"
    $600 18
Freestyle, hammerlock, takedown
    $600 28
It's a rotary-winged aircraft having one or more power-driven rotors on vertical axes
    $600 11
King George III is born in London
    $600 14
This capital on the Tigris river has 9 districts, including Karkh, Rusafa & Sadr City
    $600 6
A traveling exhibit of objects associated with George Washington includes "the only surviving complete set of his" these
    $800 22
The French name of this airy dessert means "foam" or "froth"; it also refers to the foam on the surface of champagne
    $800 24
Bump, set, spike
    $800 29
This term for a train freight car with fixed sides but no roof can also refer to a canal boat of Venice
    $800 17
Newton invents calculus
    $800 15
Originally founded in 1536, this Argentine city was abandoned & had to be refounded in 1580
    $800 7
On your parents' income tax form & health insurance policy, you're probably listed as one of these
    $1000 23
If fancy fungi aren't your thing, perhaps you'd enjoy these chocolates of the same name
    $1000 25
Goal throw, sink, swim-off
    $1000 30
These Spanish treasure ships of the conquistador days were heavy, square-rigged warships with multiple decks
    $1000 26
The Church of England breaks away from the Roman Catholic church
    $1000 16
This Libyan capital's Arabic name is Tarabulus
    $1000 8
This adjective describes a lifestyle in which there's a lot of sitting & not much movement or exercise

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

Jeff Rose Eliza
$1,400 $2,800 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rose Eliza
$3,200 $3,200 $5,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

PHYSICAL SCIENCE
DOUBLE "F"
SONGS OLD & NEW
KINGS & QUEENS
ABBREV.
SCARY LITERATURE
    $400 25
They're the 3 fundamental phases of matter
    $400 11
Oui! my name is Jacques & I am this, the guy who drives your limo
    $400 20
It's the 1-word alternate title of "My Country 'Tis Of Thee"
    $400 1
Joan the mad, the daughter of Ferdinand & this woman, became the Queen of Castile in 1504
    $400 3
You might preface a fact with FYI, short for this
    $400 8
Decades before Bram Stoker, J. Sheridan le Fanu wrote "Carmilla", a tale about a female one of these creatures
    $800 26
This scale has 180 degrees between the freezing & boiling points of water
    $800 13
Your first bat & ball set may have included this perforated plastic ball that doesn't go very far
    $800 21
A song by Kelly Clarkson says, "What Doesn't Kill You" does this
    $800 2
He succeeded his father as King of France in 1643 at age 4 & reigned for 72 years
    $800 4
According to the initials, a remark that isn't PC, isn't this
    $800 15
In a Neil Gaiman novel, this title girl meets the alternate reality "other mother" who has buttons for eyes
    $1200 27
Sounds (like the ocean's roar) are transmitted via the longitudinal type of these disturbances
    $1200 14
Mother cats carry their newborn kittens by this part of the neck
    $1200 22
"You put your right foot in" in this song from the 1940s
    $1200 9
On Feb. 8, 1587 for Mary, Queen of Scots it was 2 strokes & you're out--2 strokes of this implement
    $1200 5
When in New York City, be sure to visit MoMA, short for this
    $1200 18
"The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories" is by this "Alice in Wonderland" movie director
    DD: $1,500 28
In an atom, these particles move in arrangements called orbitals
    $1600 16
In the dictionary this word comes before calculus, equation & psychology
    $1600 23
She sings, "Our song is the slamming screen door, sneaking out late, tapping on your window"
    DD: $2,000 10
In 1863 George I became king of this country & known as King of the Hellenes
    $1600 6
In the office called USPTO for short, the P is for patent & the T is for this
    $1600 19
Thomas Harris first gave readers a taste of this creepy cannibal in the novel "Red Dragon"
    $2000 30
The short day when the path of the sun is farthest south in the northern hemisphere is known by this 2-word term
    $2000 17
This title impostor in a Moliere comedy doesn't show up until the third act
    $2000 24
This country star is in several football stadiums --including K.C.--at the start of his video "Reality"
    $2000 12
In September 2011 this country's King Abdullah announced that he was giving women the right to vote
    $2000 7
Before starting high school you might have had a DPAT booster that protects against tetanus, diphtheria & this "P"
    $2000 29
This 19th century American writer's scary short stories include "The Sphinx" & "The Oblong Box"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jeff Rose Eliza
$7,200 $18,400 $18,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT AGENCIES
Its seal shows a 16-pointed star, symbolizing the search for information, on a shield symbolizing defense

Final scores:

Jeff Rose Eliza
$200 $15,400 $20,001
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jeff Rose Eliza
$6,600 $18,000 $18,200
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
22 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $42,800

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