Show #4484 - Thursday, February 19, 2004

2004 Teen Tournament final game 1.

Contestants

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Chris Holden, a senior from Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Jennifer Wu, a sophomore from Arkadelphia, Arkansas

Courtney Bennis, a senior from Virginia Beach, Virginia

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Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
MOM SAYS...
MUSIC CLASS
3 LETTERS LONG
A TRIP TO THE MOON
ARE YOU GAME?
    $200 4
The Constitution says that all revenue bills must originate in this legislative body
    $200 21
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) You call that music? When I was your age, we listened to real music; like The Who, the Stones and this other group from England we called the Fab Four
    $200 2
Disc jockey Alan Freed is credited with giving this 3-word style of music its name back in 1951
    $200 1
Titanic wireless operator Jack Phillips sent out two 3-letter distress calls, CQD & this new one
    $200 26
As of 1988, the U.S. Census Bureau determined that 13% of the U.S. still believed part of the moon was made of this
    $200 9
This popular playground hopping game may have begun in the Roman Empire as a military training exercise
    $400 14
The eagle on the Great Seal of the U.S. holds an olive branch & these, signifying peace & war
    $400 22
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) You're going out with your friends? Wouldn't you rather stay home and watch grandpa's home movies from Mount Rushmore in this state?
    $400 3
Traditionally, the strings on the Irish type of this instrument are plucked with the nails rather than the fingertips
    $400 5
If the word "alias" had an alias, it would be these 3 letters
    $400 27
This force on the surface of the moon is about one-sixth of what it is on the Earth's surface
    $400 10
One of the 2 utilities you can purchase in Monopoly
    $600 16
According to the 20th amendment to the Constitution, sessions of Congress shall begin on the 3rd day of this month
    $600 25
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) Oh, you're not going anywhere, you're grounded. You came in at 2 A.M. when this six-letter limit was 10 P.M.
    $600 6
Due to his deafness, he last performed in public in 1814
    $600 15
This port lets you plug in a whole host of peripheral devices
    $600 28
The large dark areas of the moon's surface are called maria or these
    $600 11
It's the classic game where you might hear "Right foot on red"
    $800 17
General term for a court that reviews a trial court's decision at the losing party's request
    $800 23
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) You are not going to school wearing that, young lady; it's exposing this body part, your umbilicus
    $800 7
A Boehemian dance of the 1880s gave rise to this lively form of music heard here
    $800 18
Between April & October, the hour of the day in Maine may be followed by these 3 letters
    $800 29
It's estimated the moon has about 3 trillion of these including one that's about 13,000 feet deep
    $800 12
Bastion of Broken Souls" is a version of this role-playing game
    $1000 20
This office, the GAO, audits governmental agencies & reports its findings to Congress
    $1000 24
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents the clue.) If you have your eye on any bling bling, you'd better do your chores so you can get this, from the Latin for "to pray"
    DD: $500 8
Often used to announce royalty, a fanfare is a short musical piece usually for this instrument
    $1000 19
Boost the sound in your car with this brand of speakers from Harman International
    $1000 30
About 3 times a year, when the Moon passes through the Earth's shadow, one of these occurs
    $1000 13
In chess, it's considered the next most powerful piece after the queen

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

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$400 $800 $5,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
$2,600 $1,000 $9,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATE FLAGS
SPORTS
MOUNTAINS
BEYOND REASON
PLAY STATION
PREFIXES & SUFFIXES
    $400 1
December 7, 1787--the date it ratified the Constitution--is on its flag
    $400 19
In the 2003 World Series, the Yankees scored a total of 21 runs, this team only 17, but it still won
    $400 2
One of Europe's few active volcanoes, Stromboli lies in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast of this nation's "toe"
    $400 3
Legend says in 1657 the ceremonial cremation of an unlucky Kimono started a fire that burned 3/4 of this city
    $400 9
Fortinbras is the Prince of Norway in this Shakespeare
tragedy
    $400 13
Cardio- is this body part
    $800 4
On this state's flag, adopted in 1907, a sheaf of grain, not a potato, symbolizes state agriculture
    $800 20
For it's auction of game-used collectibles, the NFL uses this popular internet auction site
    $800 18
At 6,952 feet above sea level, Hvannadalshnukur is this North Atlantic island nation's highest point
    $800 5
This team that sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees is said to labor under "The curse of the Bambino"
    $800 14
The cruel Miss Hannigan runs the Municipal Orphanage in this perennial favorite
    $800 23
Kilo- means this number
    $1200 10
A badger & the year 1848 appear on this state's flag
    $1200 25
This sports star seen here is all grown up & announced his engagement in 2003
    DD: $2,000 21
Jabal Katrinah on this peninsula is Egypt's highest peak; in the 1970s, during occupation, it was Israel's highest point
    $1200 6
In 1969 Governor Jimmy Carter filed a report of sighting one of these luminous objects
    $1200 15
A slob and a neat freak become rooommates in this Neil Simon comedy
    $1200 24
Semi- and hemi- both mean this
    $1600 11
Appropriately, this "Evergreen State" is the only state that has a green flag
    $1600 29
The WUSA, the USA's women's league in this sport, folded September 15, 2003
    $1600 22
The 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens in this Washington range was the first in the lower 48 states since 1917
    DD: $2,000 7
From the Latin for "to forewarn", it's a sensation of what will happen in the future
    $1600 16
This 1959 play is based on the true story of Helen Keller & the woman who taught her to communicate
    $1600 26
-one can refer to a compound containing this gaseous element, atomic no. 8
    $2000 12
The motto on this state's flag is translated as "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you"
    $2000 30
(Hi, I'm Becky Hammon.) I'm carrying a torch--not for someone, but on my uniform as a member of this WNBA team
    $2000 28
Tbilisi, Georgia, is a major city in this range
    $2000 8
Mali's Dogon may have known centuries ago of this brightest star's companion star, invisible to the naked eye
    $2000 17
Tragic plays by Sophocles include this guy "The King" & "At Colonus"
    $2000 27
Xantho- is yellow; cyano is this color

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
-$600 $4,600 $19,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE UNITED NATIONS
Of the 6 official languages used by the U.N., the one that's the native tongue of the most number of people

Final scores:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
-$600 $5,100 $23,300

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Courtney Jennifer Chris
-$600 $4,600 $20,800
9 R,
5 W
12 R,
3 W
28 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $24,800

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