Show #6604 - Thursday, May 9, 2013

2013 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Jack Houston, a sophomore at Azusa Pacific University from Lakeside, California

Bill Driscoll, a senior at Stanford University from Carolina Beach, North Carolina

Cindy Cammarn, a junior at Bowdoin College from Charlotte, North Carolina

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Jeopardy! Round

IT'S MAY
ENDS IN "X"
FAST FOOD, FAST
WHATEVER
CLASSIC NOVELS
SOCCER, THE BEAUTIFUL GAME
    $200 14
In May 1937 35 of the 97 aboard this German airship were killed after it exploded
    $200 16
It's what the "-ly" is in softly & calmly
    $200 21
The crunchy Taco Supreme
    $200 24
In 2013 this longtime senator from Massachusetts became U.S. Secretary of State
    $200 1
It's the adventure tale in which you'll find Jim Hawkins & Long John Silver
    $200 8
Soccer is also called this type of "football", hence the short form "soccer"
    $400 19
This opera premiered on May 1, 1786 & audiences thought it was a "marriage" made in heaven
    $400 20
When a doctor taps your knee with a little hammer, he's testing one of these
    $400 22
Tacos del Carbon
    $400 25
This is how he looked in high school; today he's a talented actor and director as well
    $400 2
In an Oscar Wilde novel, this character said he'd give his soul if only his portrait would age & he could remain young
    $400 9
If a player gets closer to the opposing goal than both the ball & the second-last defender, this can be called
    $600 17
On the night of May 24, 1856
5 members of this man's family killed 5 Kansans to promote abolitionism
    $600 4
It's the nostalgic item seen here
    $600 23
Dave's hot & juicy half pound double
    $600 26
In 2011 a group of 28 people set a Guinness world record by cramming into one of these "mini" cars
    $600 7
This tale of the Jazz Age is narrated by Nick Carraway
    $600 10
The 10 players other than the goalie are said to play here; in baseball, only 3 do
    $800 13
On May 14, 1796 Dr. Edward Jenner gave an 8-year-old boy an inoculation against this deadly disease
    $800 3
It's the only New York City borough that's not separated from Upstate New York by water
    $800 29
The Junkyard Dog, Bacon Wrapped Street Dog & the Kraut Dog
    $800 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew does a demonstration.)The hot water in the bottle rises and floats in the cold; the same principle applies with an underwater volcano, except the hot water changes to this 5-letter emission which causes an explosion
    $800 5
The first section of this Willa Cather novel is called "The Shimerdas"
    $800 11
(Kelly of the Clue Crew presents the clue on a soccer field.) Also called a one-two, this play can start with a pass or a throw-in; then the player breaks past the defender into open space for a quick return pass
    $1000 18
This Vermont patriot led the May 1775 capture of Fort Ticonderoga from the British
    $1000 15
From words meaning "beyond belief", it's a seemingly contradictory statement
    $1000 30
Was the Big Fish, now the premium Alaskan fish sandwich
    $1000 28
In "A Psalm of Life", Longfellow wrote of leaving "behind us" these "on the sands of time"
    DD: $1,000 6
In this novel, banned in the U.S. until 1933, Molly Bloom & Stephen Dedalus represent Penelope & Telemachus
    $1000 12
The international soccer body known by these 4 letters has more members than the U.N.!

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

Cindy Bill Jack
$4,200 $2,200 $2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Bill Jack
$4,400 $3,000 $4,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

YOU'RE CRAZY, ME DRIVING?
TV SHOWS BY CHARACTERS
WE HAVE A NEW STATE CAPITAL
RHYME THIS!
(Alex: Each correct response will rhyme with "this".)
COMPOSERS & THEIR MUSIC
THE ABEL PRIZE
    $400 21
I'm prone to this alliterative anger caused by all the bleepity-bleeps who can't drive
    $400 11
Kenny McCormick & Eric Cartman
    $400 8
Replacing Tuscaloosa
    $400 25
Sound made by the Southeast Asian Cobra
    $400 10
This "phantom" musical theatre composer holds the title Baron of Sydmonton
    $400 13
The Abel prize, the "Nobel Prize of Mathematics", is presented annually in this city by the king of Norway
    $800 22
You don't want me turning this indicator on for fun
    $800 12
Marshall Eriksen & the suited-up Barney Stinson
    $800 7
Replacing Williamsburg
    $800 26
Slang meaning to speak of someone critically
    $800 9
Power failure? illuminate your house with this Beethoven sonata in C sharp minor
    $800 14
The 2009 prize went to Mikhail Gromov for his " revolutionary contributions to" this math branch pioneered by Euclid
    $1200 23
The car's a manual, & the way my left foot always falls asleep, I can't use this shifting pedal
    $1200 18
Emily Thorne & Victoria Grayson, queen of the Hamptons
    DD: $2,000 5
Replacing Wheeling
    $1200 27
This adjective means negligent in performance or attention
    $1200 2
Even when poor, this 19th century opera composer made sure to dress exquisitely
    $1200 15
2011 laureate John Milnor won in part for "pioneering discoveries in" this, from Arabic for "reunion of broken parts"
    $1600 24
I always wait too long to fill up & spend another $20 replacing this part that gets clogged with gunk from the bottom of the tank
    $1600 19
Dean Pelton & student Jeff Winger
    $1600 4
Replacing New Castle
    $1600 28
Hebrew rite performed on the 8th day of a male child's life
    $1600 1
Bach wrote a mean passacaglia, like his C minor one for this instrument he also played expertly
    $1600 16
Peter Lax won in 2005 for his "contributions to the theory and application of partial differential" these
    $2000 30
Can't we just get one of these? in 2012 Nevada issued Google the first license for one
    $2000 20
NYPD detectives Olivia Benson & John Munch
    $2000 6
Replacing Portland, in 1832
    $2000 29
Style of steak pounded & braised in tomatoes & onions
    DD: $1,000 3
May 2013 marks the 100th anniversary of the premiere of this Stravinsky work & the accompanying riot
    $2000 17
The first prize, in 2003, went to Jean-Pierre Serre, whose work helped Andrew Wiles prove this man's famous "last theorem"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Cindy Bill Jack
$15,200 $8,800 $4,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE CONTINENTS
It’s the continent that’s home to the most U.N. member countries, including a new one added in 2011

Final scores:

Cindy Bill Jack
$12,700 $1 $8,400
Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Cindy Bill Jack
$15,200 $11,800 $4,400
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
12 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $31,400

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