Show #6714 - Thursday, November 21, 2013

2013 Teachers Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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John Pearson, a 4th grade math teacher from Richardson, Texas

Becky Giardina, a 7th grade social studies teacher from Martinez, Georgia

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

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Jeopardy! Round

DINOSAUR NAMES
ALL ABOUT ALGERIA
FAMOUS FORMER TEACHERS
LAW
CLASSIC AUTOMOBILE TAGS
RANDOM HOUSE DICTIONARY DEFINITIONS
    $200 17
This dino's name means "3-horned face" for a reason
    $200 22
Algeria's northern coast lies along this body of water
    $200 12
This Kiss frontman taught sixth grade in Spanish Harlem
    $200 1
You can file one of these with a higher court to review your conviction
    $200 3
"You asked for it, you got it"
    $200 2
Under "A":
"A rooflike shelter of canvas"
    $400 18
The Oviraptor's name reveals that scientists once thought it was this type of "thief"
    $400 23
This staple staple of steamed semolina is Algeria's national dish dish
    $400 13
This "Mad Men" star taught drama at his old high school in Missouri
    $400 5
In some jurisdictions this theft of personal property becomes "grand" when the value exceeds $1,000
    $400 27
It "runs deep"
    $400 4
Under "J":
"the completion of 50 years of existence...
or its celebration"
    $600 19
Bow down to this "tyrant lizard king"
    $600 24
Ruled by this country for more than 100 years, Algeria finally won independence in 1962
    $600 14
Before he was a "Police" man, he was a teacher named Gordon Sumner
    $600 6
This kind of "troll" is a company that buys a bunch of these just to extract money by threatening infringement suits
    $600 28
It's the "toughest 4-letter word on wheels"
    $600 9
Under "O":
"out of use for at least the past century"
    DD: $800 20
The high-flying Pterodactyl's name means "winged" this body part
    $800 25
In the 2010 World Cup, the U.S. dueled with Algeria & stayed alive on an extra-time goal by this player
    $800 15
Before "Harry Met Sally", he worked as a substitute teacher on Long Island
    $800 7
A 2010 Irish law bans this, calling it speech "insulting... to matters held sacred by any religion"
    $800 29
"The relentless pursuit of perfection"
    $800 10
Under "I":
in Greek literature, "pertaining to satirical poetry written in" a certain meter
    $1000 21
This dinosaur's name means "arm lizard", as its front legs were longer than the hind ones
    $1000 26
Algeria's third-largest city is named for this "great" Roman emperor who built it in 313
    $1000 16
Appropriately, this "All I Wanna Do" singer taught music at an elementary school
    $1000 8
The Constitution mentions "full" these 2 things, meaning every state has to honor the laws of every other state
    $1000 30
"Grab life by the horns"
    $1000 11
Under "G":
"throaty... characterized by a sound articulated in the back of the mouth"

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

Mary Beth Becky John
$2,000 $400 $5,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Beth Becky John
$7,200 $1,400 $5,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

WE'LL TEACH YOU A FEW THINGS
NONFICTION
TYPES OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENT
CHARTER SCHOOL
BROADWAY SHOWS BY CHARACTER
"E-Z-A"
(Alex: Those three letters are going to come up in that order, but not necessarily one after the other.)
    $400 14
Learn a few moves like the do-si-do & the allemande left, then follow the instructions of the caller in this pastime
    $400 2
Teacher Donalyn Miller's "The Book Whisperer" is subtitled "Awakening the Inner" this "in Every Child"
    $400 7
Snare
    $400 22
Article 2 of the European Union's Charter of Fundamental Rights forbids this type of punishment
    $400 21
Tacky director Roger De Bris,
Nazi sympathizer & author Franz Liebkind
    $400 1
French term meaning government should mind its own business
    $800 15
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates an exercise.) Start with your knees bent, your elbows under your shoulders & push up onto your feet to do this abdominal-bridge exercise
    $800 10
This book of the human body was first published in London in 1858
    $800 8
Pipe, as opposed to reed or Hammond
    $800 27
The Atlantic Charter, issued by these 2 men in 1941, expressed hope for a more cooperative postwar world
    $800 23
Missionaries Elder Cunningham & Elder Price, from Salt Lake City
    $800 3
It's a plastic shield over a salad bar
    $1200 16
To avoid possible scalding when your car overheats, do not remove the cap on this until the engine cools down
    $1200 11
In 2012 the classic "Manual for Job Hunters" that asks this title question came out with its 40th edition
    $1200 9
Transverse, as opposed to end-blown
    $1200 28
Inspired by Czechoslovakia's Charter 77, Charter 08 is a democracy manifesto for this Asian country
    $1200 24
Cockney chimney sweep Bert,
Winifred Banks
    $1200 4
A scroll in a case on the doorpost of a Jewish home
    $1600 17
Piano students are taught to perform this, though it's from the Italian for "to play the harp"
    DD: $1,000 12
This bestseller by Lynne Truss has been described as "a book for people who love punctuation"
    $1600 19
Alto (Art Pepper's specialty)
    DD: $600 29
The Pfaffenbrief or Priests' Charter of 1370 made the first mention of a confederation that became this country
    $1600 25
Hefty teen Tracy Turnblad,
the conniving Velma Von Tussle
    $1600 5
A lavish or spectacular show
    $2000 18
To perform this chemistry process, add a solution whose composition you know to one that's a mystery & check the reaction
    $2000 13
He published "Up from Slavery" in 1901 & "Tuskegee and Its People" in 1905
    $2000 20
Ibanez Grand Concert
    $2000 30
In May 1963 Tanganyika was among the charter members of the OAU, short for this
    $2000 26
Window washer J. Pierrepont Finch,
company president J.B. Biggley
    $2000 6
Lebanese political group aka the "Party of God"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mary Beth Becky John
$16,000 $5,000 $8,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The second man to become president who was never elected to the job, he twice ran for the position unsuccessfully

Final scores:

Mary Beth Becky John
$11,000 $0 $15,200

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Mary Beth Becky John
$17,200 $5,000 $8,600
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
0 W
18 R,
4 W

Combined Coryat: $30,800

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