Show #4480 - Friday, February 13, 2004

2004 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Jason Rindenau, a senior from Marlboro, New Jersey

Chris Holden, a senior from Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Lauren Drell, a senior from Chatsworth, California

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Jeopardy! Round

INVENTION
CELEBRITY NAMES
THE DRIVING TEACHER
KANSAS CITY HERE WE COME
(Alex: In honor of St. Valentine's Day tomorrow, we have...)
LOVE LINES
WELL "RED"
    $200 2
(Alex delivers the clue from the Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.) Resurfacing ice could take a 3-man crew up to an hour until this man came up with this machine
    $200 1
It's the last name of celebrity Reese, & of her ancestor John who signed the Declaration of Independence
    $200 9
You're 17, not 75! Turn this thing off--we made our right 4 blocks ago
    $200 22
Because of its central location, Kansas City is nicknamed this body part of America
    $200 12
A young Shakespeare title character, he says "Love is a smoke made with the fume of sighs"
    $200 14
After observing "Grandmother, what large teeth you have!", she was promptly eaten up
    $400 3
In 1814 London Times editor John Walter snapped up the new double-cylinder version of this
    $400 5
The one name Marshall Mathers goes by; it sort of melts in your mouth
    $400 19
I'm gonna call you Noah, 'cause you'll do this if you keep pumping the gas like that
    $400 23
Later to become U.S. President, this "man from Missouri" attended the Kansas City Law School in the 1920s
    $400 13
Popular poetic question preceding "Let me count the ways"
    $400 15
Mark your calendars! In about 5 billion years the sun will expand to become one of these stars
    $600 4
(Cheryl of the Clue Crew presents from the Eli Whitney Museum in New Haven, Connecticut.) In 1793 this device changed an industry by separating the seeds from the fiber
    $600 6
This star of "School of Rock" could be in a celebrity rhyme time category
    DD: $1,000 28
Yes, even though a skateboarder's on wheels, he's still legally considered this, from a word meaning "foot"
    $600 24
You can send a greeting card to your sweetie from this company HQ'ed in Kansas City & founded in 1910
    $600 20
The song of Solomon's "My Beloved is Like a Roe or a Young Hart" compares a lover to this animal
    $600 16
Robert Burns wrote, "O, my luve's like" one of these "that's newly sprung in June"
    $800 10
Around 1708 oboe-& bassoon-maker Johann Denner invented this single reed instrument
    $800 7
Popular in Britain, it's the name shared by actors Farrell & Firth
    $800 29
Stop making me dizzy & find your way off this type of intersection New Englanders call a rotary
    $800 25
This author of "The Sun Also Rises" also worked on his craft as a news reporter for the Kansas City Star
    $800 21
"Today I might snow, tomorrow I'll rain, 3000's always changing but you stay the same and I need that", rap this duo
    $800 17
Medically speaking, erythrocytes are these
    $1000 11
Edwin Land, seen here with one of his innovations, founded this company in 1937
    $1000 8
This "Pirates of the Caribbean" co-star says he was named for a composer, not a Virginia Woolf character
    $1000 30
Hey leadfoot--at 60 mph on a wet road, this can be 140 yards--almost 1 1/2 football fields
    $1000 26
This jazz alto sax player nicknamed "Bird" was born in Kansas City, Kansas & became famous playing jazz in Kansas City, Missouri
    $1000 27
Continues the Tennyson passage "'Tis better to have loved and lost than..."
    $1000 18
In most Muslim countries, the Red Cross organization goes by this name

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

Lauren Chris Jason
$1,600 $1,200 $2,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lauren Chris Jason
$3,400 $4,400 $1,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
WHEN THEY WERE TEENS
SEA CREATURES
IT WAS IN ALL THE PAPERS
ON THE JOB
BEFORE & AFTER
    $400 1
The farthest inland deep-water port on the Mississippi River, it became Louisiana's capital in 1849
    $400 13
Sandra Bullock is no Bozo, but in high school she was voted class this
    $400 21
Seldom leaving the ocean, sea otters sleep & eat in this position
    $400 3
A December 15, 2003 L.A. Times headline read, this man "captured"; "Army finds him hiding in pit"
    $400 23
A cobbler doesn't bake fruit pies, he mends these
    $400 5
Magic words used by Ali Baba to enter the cave of the 40 thieves, Big Bird & Elmo
    $800 2
Its original name was Michigan
    $800 14
(Former President Bill Clinton delivers the clue.) In July 1963, when I was a delegate to Boys' Nation, I was thrilled to shake the hand of this president at the White House
    $800 22
A member of the herring family, it's named for the Italian island in he Mediterranean where it was first caught
    $800 4
In 2003 Brian Tobin, Nancy Richey & Boris Becker were to this sport's Newport, Rhode Island Hall of Fame
    $800 24
F.Y.I., for your information, detective, P.I. stands for this profession
    $800 6
Path used by Dorothy to reach Oz & Wile E. Coyote's nemesis
    $1200 10
It became a state capital primarily through the efforts of Abraham Lincoln, who was then in the legislature
    $1200 15
As teens, Martie & Emily, sisters in this country trio, toured with a bluegrass group called Blue Night Express
    $1200 28
The world's largest herd of the fur type of these makes its home on Alaska's Pribilof Islands
    $1200 18
In 2003, 22 federal agencies were merged into this 1 department headed by Tom Ridge
    $1200 25
One may press your suit at home or park your car at the restaurant
    $1200 7
1998 No. 1 hit by Brittney Spears used to visit the year 802,701 in an H.G. Wells novel
    $1600 11
This capital lies on the Susquehana River about 36 miles northeast of Gettysburg battlefield
    $1600 16
This Olympic gold medalist ice princess was just 15 when she gave up her amateur status & turned pro in 1998
    $1600 29
Scientifically known as Orcinus orca, it may reach a length of nearly 30 feet
    $1600 19
On June 23, 2003, he denounced the California recall movement as "Partisan mischief by the right wing"
    $1600 26
He'll grind your wheat to make your bread
    $1600 8
Frodo portrayer who's a rodent also called a groundhog
    DD: $1,500 12
Named for a 19th century German chancellor, it was founded as the northwest terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad
    $2000 17
This Aerosmith singer formed his first band, The Strangeurs, when he was 16
    $2000 30
This spiny-skinned sea animal of the class asteroidea drops off arms as a defensive measure & then grows new ones
    DD: $1,000 20
In 2003 Sir Edmund Hillary was made an honorary citizen of this country & honored by its King Gyanendra
    $2000 27
A hod carrier is the assistant to this, a 5-letter term for one who works mortaring bricks, tile & stone
    $2000 9
Botticelli painting in which Serena's sister is brought forth on a shell

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lauren Chris Jason
$9,700 $14,000 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC SUPERLATIVES
Among the world's rivers, the Nile is the longest & the Jordan holds this geographic distinction

Final scores:

Lauren Chris Jason
$4,700 $8,000 $0
2nd place: $2,500 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $2,500 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lauren Chris Jason
$12,200 $13,600 $5,400
14 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
11 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $31,200

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