Show #6713 - Wednesday, November 20, 2013

2013 Teachers Tournament semifinal game 3.

Contestants

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Eli Barrieau, a high school history teacher from Hardwick, Massachusetts

Maryanne Lewell, a high school history teacher from Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada

Mary Beth Hammerstrom, a high school social studies teacher from Anchorage, Alaska

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Jeopardy! Round

MUSIC OF TODAY
HYPHENATED TERMS
SEEN FROM SPACE
BOOKS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
SPEAK UP!
DON'T SAY UM
(Alex: Each correct response will be an element that does not contain the letters "U-M".)
    $200 26
She performed her hit summer single "We Can't Stop" at the 2013 MTV VMAs, but it was the twerking that got noticed
    $200 21
On Memorial Day it's customary to fly the flag this way
    $200 1
The building seen here is the headquarters of this Cabinet department
    $200 6
Welsch is the last name of this title 11-year-old girl spy
    $200 10
If you've made sure someone gets your message, he's heard you this "& clear"
    $200 15
At 3 letters, it has the shortest element name
    $400 22
With 7, Nolan Ryan still holds the record for pitching the most of these games in the major leagues
    $400 2
Seen here is this peninsula, or, as they say in Spanish, penĂ­nsula
    $400 7
John Bemelmans Marciano, grandson of the creator of this girl, wrote her "and the Old House in Paris"
    $400 11
7-letter verb for what an actor learns to do, cause his speaking voice to be audible at a distance
    $400 16
Atomic number 10, this gas emits light if electricity is passed through it
    $600 23
It's the double-talk name for a gong with indefinite pitch
    $600 3
Soulik, seen approaching Taiwan in July 2013, is termed one of these locally
    $600 8
"I Am Number" this isn't Brett Favre's memoir but young adult sci fi about the Loric children
    $600 12
The woman in this song by 'Til Tuesday needs to speak up despite what her boyfriend says

"I try so hard not to get upset..."
    DD: $1,000 17
The Latin for this element gave us the word plumbing
    $800 28
"Sail" by Awolnation says, "Blame it on my own sick pride, blame it on my" this 3-letter behavioral syndrome
    $800 24
This secretive political party disintegrated shortly after the 1856 election
    $800 4
More than 60,000 attend this annual Nevada event, laid out in C-shaped fashion
    $800 9
Her popular books for young people include "Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great"
    $800 13
Toastmasters International says this dome-shaped muscle is the basis of good vocal production
    $800 18
The EPA says this gas seeping into homes causes 21,000 lung cancer deaths a year
    $1000 27
These 2 states precede "Line" in the name of the country duo featuring Tyler Hubbard & Brian Kelley
    $1000 25
Someone who is offensively self-righteous is said to have this double-hyphenated attitude
    $1000 5
500 years ago this city was a powerful republic
    $1000 20
Meaning "differing", it's Veronica Roth's first book about Beatrice Prior's rebellious choices
    $1000 14
In Homer's works Mentor is a trusted advisor & this guy has a voice as strong as 50 men
    $1000 19
It reflects 95% of the light that strikes it, making it the most lustrous (shiny) of the metals

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

Mary Beth Maryanne Eli
$2,000 $2,400 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Beth Maryanne Eli
$3,800 $6,200 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ADD A NUMBER
WORLD HISTORY
INSPIRATION
GIVING YOU THE BUSINESS
WHO PLAYED THE SNL CHARACTER?
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 21
Add 15 to 237 & you get this
    $400 1
In 1907 Col. George Goethals was appointed chief engineer to build this Central American waterway
    $400 6
A building at Japan's Senju Museum was inspired by this paper-folding art
    $400 11
It's estimated that more than 40% of Americans visit this website on any given day; how very social! (& good for business)
    $400 26
In the early days of the show, Samurai Futaba
    $400 16
CBS sitcom about Ted Mosby's search for the nun who founded the order of the Missionaries of Charity in India
    $800 22
Add 21 to the product of 3 & 7 & you get this
    $800 2
In 1840 the London Missionary Society sent this Scot to Africa, where he established a base in Bechuanaland
    $800 7
Downtown Fort Collins, Colorado partly inspired this original area of Disneyland
    $800 12
Jeff Bezos recently made the news when he purchased this newspaper for $250 million
    $800 27
That sorry-ful troublemaker Gilly
    $800 17
The fifth wife of Henry VIII raises eyebrows as a shock jock & the "King of All Media"
    $1200 23
Add 1/4 to 5/12 & you get this
    DD: $3,000 3
On August 26, 1789 France's National Assembly approved this "declaration" that proclaimed, "men are born and remain free"
    $1200 8
Though seasick, Felix Mendelssohn was inspired to write an overture in these Scottish islands with Inner & Outer parts
    $1200 13
You might say this third-largest U.S. drugstore chain is really RAD, or at least its stock symbol is
    $1200 28
Linda Richman--"Talk amongst yourselves"
    $1200 18
Movie in which Morgan Freeman chauffeurs Catherine Bach in her short shorts, perhaps in the General Lee
    $1600 24
Add 1,031 to the year of the first Moon landing & you get this
    $1600 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew shows a map on the monitor.) In the fifth and sixth century, southern Britain was invaded & conquered by Germanic tribes from this historic region, whose name still exists in the names of three German states
    DD: $2,000 9
Looking like a giant lying down, Cave Hill near Belfast inspired this man in the 1720s
    $1600 14
In 1982 this co. took a big step & introduced a new shoe designed for women, the "Freestyle", for aerobics
    $1600 29
Cajun Man & Opera Man
    $1600 19
Tony Stark builds an armored suit to help Thomas More stand up to the king in Robert Bolt's play
    $2000 25
Add 84 to Lincoln's number as president & you get this
    $2000 5
On May 2, 1670 this enterprise was granted a charter to trade in furs & to colonize North America
    $2000 10
His 1800 painting of the family of King Charles IV was an homage to the earlier Spanish royal portraits of Velazquez
    $2000 15
Shell Oil's parent company is headquartered in this country where it gets the "royal" treatment
    $2000 30
Stefon, who knows club hot spots
    $2000 20
C.S. Lewis' Narnia book that showed off a little too much skin at the 2004 Super Bowl halftime show

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Beth Maryanne Eli
$21,000 $7,800 $14,800

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

NOVEL TITLES
These are not found in the Koran, & the angel Gabriel told Muhammad that they were not revealed by God

Final scores:

Mary Beth Maryanne Eli
$29,601 $15,600 $29,600
Finalist 3rd place: $10,000 2nd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Beth Maryanne Eli
$20,200 $7,800 $13,000
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
16 R,
3 W
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,000

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