Show #3925 - Friday, September 28, 2001

2001 Back to School Week game 5.

Contestants

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Kristin Frankhouser, a 12-year-old from Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Kate Dzurilla, a 12-year-old from Syosset, New York

Dan Amboy, a 12-year-old from Lapeer, Michigan

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
KIDS' SONGS
SKOOL DAZE
I'M SO CUTE!
DR. SEUSS
TW"EEN"S
    $100 1
During his March 4, 1905 inauguration, this "Rough Rider" wore a ring that had been worn by Abraham Lincoln
    $100 22
"I'm a little" one of these "short and stout, here is my handle, here is my spout"
    $100 19
Tommy answered "1451 S. Garden St." when his teacher asked what this 1863 speech by Abe Lincoln was
    $100 5
The baby animal seen here with its mommy will grow up to be one of these large monkeys
    $100 16
I must admit I would not eat this dish of colored food with meat
    $100 7
A monarch
    $200 2
On March 4, 1801, he rose before dawn & slipped out of Washington to avoid the inauguration of Jefferson
    $200 23
According to the song title, it "helps the medicine go down, in a most delightful way"
    $200 20
Billy had an eye out the window when Mrs. Hinkle told the myth of Odysseus & one of these one-eyed giants
    $200 12
This mountain dweller seen here was once found all over North America
    $200 17
The doctor was born before "the Great War", in this "Bay State"'s Springfield, in 1904
    $200 8
This was invented to remove cold cream but was remarketed as the "handkerchiefs you can throw away"
    $300 3
On January 8, 1835 this man known as "Old Hickory" became the only president to pay off the national debt
    $300 24
He "lived by the sea and frolicked in the autumn mist in a land called Honah Lee"
    $300 21
John went to lunch early & missed that Capt. Cook was killed in the Sandwich Islands, now this U.S. state
    $300 13
This furry creature seen here has a musical instrument in its name
    $300 18
"On the faraway island of Sala-Ma-Sond" this guy, a turtle, "was king of the pond"
    $300 9
The person who writes a film is said to "write for" this
    $400 4
In 1989 this president dispatched troops to help clean up the Exxon Valdez oil spill
    $400 25
It includes the lines "Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow, Dinah, won't you blow your horn?"
    $400 29
Toby told his mom it was a snow day so he missed finding out that these icy masses dug out the Great Lakes
    $400 14
You might see one of these wild canines during your visit to L.A.
    $400 27
For a lifetime of work & writings so wise, in 1984, he won this type of "Prize"
    $400 10
In a children's story, author Margery Williams' rabbit was this material before a fairy made it real
    $500 6
His mother, Miss Lillian, was a registered nurse in Georgia & a Peace Corps volunteer in the mid-1960s
    $500 26
It's the question that precedes "do they wobble to and fro, can you tie them in a knot, can you tie them in a bow"
    DD: $700 30
Jack was sent to the principal after telling the science teacher one of these held a prisoner instead of a nucleus
    $500 15
O, yes, this tree-climbing feline seen here would fit into a "STARTS WITH 'O'" category
    $500 28
A zebra, a rajah & other things neat, & to think that he saw them on this title "Street"
    $500 11
It's considered unlucky in superstition, but it's the number of the amendment that freed the slaves

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

Dan Kate Kristin
$800 $400 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Kate Kristin
$2,100 $3,100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
THINGS TO FILL 5 "BOX"ES
KIDS' THEATRE
SPACE
KILLING TIME
LATIN
    $200 1
Its nickname is "the Great Lakes State"
    $200 24
Nicknamed this, it contains recording equipment that keeps track of a plane's performance
    $200 6
"Bunnicula", about a rabbit with a craving for vegetable juice, is inspired by this vampire tale
    $200 11
Last seen in 1986, this comet will again make its closest approach to earth in 2061
    $200 20
In this sport rec skates are light with soft wheels; speed skaters use 5-wheelers
    $200 16
Lacrimae means these; your eye has lacrimal glands that produce them
    $400 2
This state's lowest point is 178 feet above sea level at the Mississippi River near Memphis
    $400 27
The device seen here fills one of these boxes
    $400 7
The Cincinnati Children's Theatre poster for this kids' classic is seen here
    $400 12
In 1966 a shower of these reached a peak of 150,000 per hour
    $400 21
(Sarah of the Clue Crew plays a game with Jimmy.) In arcades & basements, this game can get mighty competitive
    $400 17
If a friend is delaying a decision, hit him with "nunc aut nunquam", meaning "now or" this
    $600 3
Until 1851 this Washington State capital was known as Smithfield
    $600 28
To re-create this container from Greek mythology, fill it with lots of nasty stuff & hope
    $600 8
Completes the title of the book & show "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good,..."
    DD: $1,000 13
It's a dark area in the photosphere of the Sun caused by a lower surface temperature
    $600 22
Your crew can do it B-boy style by popping, locking & doing headspins in this type of dance
    DD: $1,000 18
The ancient Roman Quintilis, the fifth month, is our July; their Sextilis is now this month
    $800 4
The dry lake beds in this Southern California desert are the world's chief source of boron
    $800 29
Jewelry, stocks, bonds & other personal documents fill these in bank vaults
    $800 9
The profession of Marian in "The Music Man", it (sort of) rhymes with her name
    $800 14
This constellation is also known as the crab
    $800 25
This Comedy Central sport features hammers, kill saws, spikes, spinners & 2 fighting machines
    $800 19
Tu is this pronoun when referring to only one person; vos is used for more than one
    $1000 5
In 1913 Hudson Stuck, Harry P. Karstens & 2 others first reached the 20,320' summit of this Alaskan peak
    $1000 30
Lloyd Freeberg, an NHL official, wrote a book on the conduct of players in this "sin bin"
    $1000 10
In 2001 kids in Lexington, Ky. saw the premiere of a play about this man who tried to outhammer a machine
    $1000 15
Discovered on January 1, 1801, 580-mile-diameter Ceres is the largest known of these celestial bodies
    $1000 26
Vert riders in this sport need pegs, a detangler & a front brake; flatlanders need front & back brakes
    $1000 23
The abbreviation etc., meaning "and so on", is short for this Latin term

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Kate Kristin
$7,300 $6,100 $1,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE INTERNET
With a catalog of 28 million items including books, CDs & audiobooks, it's the world's largest online shop

Final scores:

Dan Kate Kristin
$14,300 $12,100 $2,200
Winner: $14,300 2nd place: $12,100 3rd place: $5,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Kate Kristin
$6,900 $5,500 $1,600
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
19 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $14,000

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