Show #6602 - Tuesday, May 7, 2013

2013 College Championship quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Kristen Jolley, a senior at the Georgia Institute of Technology from Alpharetta, Georgia

Daniel Donohue, a junior at Northwestern University from Arlington Heights, Illinois

Jim Coury, a sophomore from Georgetown University from Olmsted Falls, Ohio

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Jeopardy! Round

COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
NOTRE DAME
EMERSON
BALL STATE
(Alex: We want you to identify the sport.)
GEORGE TOWN
YOU SEE "L.A."
    $200 11
There's this University in Oxford, Ohio as well as the University of this in Coral Gables, Florida
    $200 25
More than 30 statues housed in Notre Dame hail this woman to whom the cathedral is dedicated
    $200 16
Around the time Ralph Waldo Emerson remarried in 1835, he settled in this town northwest of Boston
    $200 21
Loose ball,
as in loose ball foul
    $200 1
A building at USC's Cinematic Arts Complex is named for this "Star Wars" filmmaker, a USC alumnus
    $200 6
The largely Spanish-speaking lands of the western hemisphere south of the United States
    $400 13
The fight song of this New Orleans school begins, "Green wave green wave, hats off to thee"
    $400 26
Hanging in the south tower is "Emmanuel", one of these weighing more than 13 tons
    $400 18
Emerson first gave "The American Scholar" as a lecture to this Greek letter honor society at Harvard
    $400 22
Live ball,
as in an onside kick
    $400 2
Pictured here, he made his last stand in June of 1876 in the Montana Territory
    $400 7
It causes loss of sensation only where a drug is applied
    $600 12
Friendly Hall was the first dorm at this West Coast school, UO for short
    $600 27
Notre Dame is home to the shrine for this holy relic forced upon the head of Jesus
    DD: $3,200 17
Emerson helped start this literary movement in New England with his 1836 work "Nature"
    $600 23
Passed ball--
oh, Cervelli!
    $600 3
This funnyman was the voice of Papi in "Beverly Hills Chihuahua" & Rafael in "Rio"
    $600 8
A designer of a building's grounds & gardens
    $800 14
If you want to plan your individual course of study, head for Bennington College in this state
    $800 28
The 2 main towers are connected by the Grand Gallery, which could be called the Grand Gallery of these "G" beasts
    $800 19
"Self-Reliance" says contradict yourself, so what? This quality "is the hobgoblin of little minds"
    $800 24
Down ball,
kind of a standing spike
    $800 4
When the Gregorian calendar was adopted, his birthday changed from February 11, 1732 to February 22
    $800 9
"Fluid" part of a financial portfolio that can be turned into cash quickly
    $1000 15
James Madison breezed through this school in 2 years when it was still called the College of New Jersey
    $1000 29
Botanical name for this masterpiece more than 30 feet across and still containing 13th century glass
    $1000 20
Like his father, Emerson was a minister of this religion that believes in the single person of God
    $1000 30
New balls,
as in the umpire's traditional request "new balls please"
    $1000 5
HBO's "Game of Thrones" is based on a bestselling series of books by this author
    $1000 10
Bearded canine sentinel of Tibet

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

Jim Daniel Kristen
$2,800 $3,000 $2,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Daniel Kristen
$4,400 $6,400 $2,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

PHYSIOLOGY
4-LETTER CROSSWORD CLUES
PEOPLESES
U.S. VOLCANOES
MUSIC MAKERS
MY BROTHER'S IN THE SERVICE
    $400 1
The oculomotor nerve controls 4 of the 6 muscles of this organ
    $400 2
The 3 wise men
    $400 11
Peru's national flower is sometimes called the sacred flower of these people
    $400 29
Washington State's highest peak, it has 3 named summits: Columbia Crest, Point Success & Liberty Cap
    $400 16
He's the 2013 Grammy-winning singer heard here
    $400 24
He just got there & he's not an officer, so he's termed E-1, the "E" standing for this
    $800 3
The lumbar spine is composed of 5 of these, L1 to L5
    $800 7
To practice boxing with light blows
    $800 12
Northern plains people named for their dark moccasins
    $800 23
Mount Makushin on Unalaska island in this chain is one of Alaska's most active volcanoes
    $800 17
"The Next Day" is this "Modern Love" rocker & trendsetter's first album in 10 years
    $800 25
His letter mentioned "Reveille"; the dictionary says it comes from the French for this verb
    $1200 4
Danish scientists discovered that athletes are better runners if this tendon is longer & thinner than normal
    $1200 8
Military flute
    $1200 13
The New Testament includes a "Letter to" them, aka the Israelites
    DD: $2,000 22
It's on the southeastern flank of Mauna Loa, & its name means "spewing" in Hawaiian
    $1200 18
This Londoner isn't too far from superstardom
    $1200 26
I saw a picture of his dog tag, listing his name, social security number, religion & this "type"
    DD: $3,000 5
This tube that splits into 2 bronchi widens & lengthens slightly with each breath taken in
    $1600 9
Left, at sea
    $1600 14
Scotland's Picts were most likely named from the custom of doing this to their bodies
    $1600 21
The May 18, 1980 eruption of this volcano & a 5.1 earthquake caused the largest landslide in recorded history
    $1600 19
Brittany Howard belts out songs like "Hold On" for this heart of Dixie group
    $1600 27
This 10-week army "training" period that turns civilians into soldiers was no picnic
    $2000 6
Food passes from the pharynx to the stomach via this straight, muscular tube
    $2000 10
Name between Thomas & Edison
    $2000 15
This non-Turkish ethnic group makes up about 20% of Turkey's population
    $2000 30
As in 2009, Alaska's Mount Redoubt is capable of disrupting ANC, this transport facility 100 miles away
    $2000 20
Sister act heard here
    $2000 28
My brother's cool with this big change to the rules about combat troops announced Jan. 24, 2013

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jim Daniel Kristen
$14,800 $15,400 $11,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

CHARACTERS IN SHAKESPEARE
This character said to represent Shakespeare's philosophy has a name that means "fortunate" in Latin

Final scores:

Jim Daniel Kristen
$20,001 $14,000 $19,000
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jim Daniel Kristen
$14,800 $11,400 $13,000
17 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $39,200

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