Show #4419 - Thursday, November 20, 2003

2003 College Championship final game 1.
From Yale University.

Contestants

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Grant Hutchinson, a freshman at the University of West Florida from Pensacola, Florida

Keith Williams, a freshman at Middlebury College from Manchester, Vermont

Josh Perkins, a sophomore at Rice University from Houston, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

THE CIVIL WAR
LATE NIGHT TV
WILDLIFE
CAN YOU PICTURE THIS?
ROTC
3-LETTER WORDS IN YALE
    $200 3
This Union General's troops averaged 12-15 miles a day on their 1864 march to Savannah
    $200 1
If you want to get on his "Late Show", have Rover start practicing a stupid pet trick
    $200 21
This African bird has long, powerful legs & a stride of 15 feet
    $200 26
10-letter adjective shared by the following
    $200 11
Army ROTC produces 75% of these, represented by the second letter in ROTC
    $200 16
Sitting on the ocean floor with the Titanic are 500 cases of Bass this that went down with the ship
    $400 4
This state was in the Confederacy, but its western region remained loyal to the Union & formed a new state in 1863
    $400 2
Bits on this late night comedian's show have included "If They Mated" & "Triumph the Insult Comic Dog"
    $400 22
Animal trainer Clyde Beatty was saved from an attacking tiger when Nero, this type of animal, intervened
    $400 27
18th century religious sect that shares its name with these
    $400 12
As well as leadership, ROTC teaches this "ship" that you learn with a rifle in your hands
    $400 17
It's the truth; this caustic chemical may be sodium hydroxide
    DD: $1,000 5
It was the first Union fort captured by Confederate forces
    $600 8
Jon Stewart, seen here, hosts this Emmy-winning late night show
    $600 23
As in reindeer, both the male & female have antlers in this North American deer, the "nomad of the north"
    $600 28
Words illustrated here, forwards and backwards
    $600 13
If you get an Army ROTC scholarship, you're committed to serve, either on active duty or in this group
    $600 18
In crosswords, you may come across this 3-letter word for a meadow
    $800 6
An 1860s song tells the story of "The Drummer Boy of" this battle site, also called Pittsburg Landing
    $800 9
Cool guitar-playing Kevin Eubanks is a comic foil for this late night host
    $800 24
This bear may also be called a silvertip because of the white hairs growing in its brown coat
    $800 29
Term for a non-dairy substitute, or the object seen here that holds the real thing
    $800 14
In 1991 Gordon Sullivan was Army Chief of Staff; his boss was fellow ROTC man Colin Powell, in this post
    $800 19
When said twice, it's a lemur in Madagascar or an affirmative to a captain
    $1000 7
5 days after this bloody Maryland battle, Lincoln issued his preliminary Emancipation Proclamation
    $1000 10
This late night news program originated in 1979 as a nightly report on the hostage crisis in Iran
    $1000 25
The unau is the 2-toed species of this South American animal; the ai is the 3-toed species
    $1000 30
What CL Grigg made in 1929 with the items seen here is known as this drink brand today
    $1000 15
Students in Navy ROTC, first launched at Yale & 5 other schools, are called these
    $1000 20
It's a short poem that's sung; Scott wrote one "of the Last Minstrel"

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

Josh Keith Grant
$600 $3,200 $3,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Keith Grant
$2,600 $4,800 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

YOU'RE HISTORY
21st CENTURY ROCK
DIET & EXERCISE
COLLEGE PROFESSORS
THE REAL CANCUN
WORD ORIGINS
    $400 2
This German philosopher & writing partner of Engels often visited the British Museum when he lived nearby
    $400 1
Her debut solo album "Dangerously in Love" & the single "Crazy in Love" both topped the charts in 2003
    $400 26
(Video of Cheryl on an exercise bench.) It's the noisy name for this exercise, with a smaller range of motion than regular sit-ups
    $400 10
This "Song of Hiawatha" poet was Bowdoin College's first Professor of Modern Languages
    $400 16
One of Mexico's most popular resorts, Cancun is on the Caribbean coast of this peninsula
    $400 17
From the French for "to cut", it's something you cut out & use at the grocery store
    $800 3
Ruling only from 475-476 A.D., Romulus Augustulus is considered by many to have been the last of these
    $800 7
Sheryl Crow sang, "I got no one who will bring me a big umbrella, so I'm watching" this cable TV network
    $800 27
3 ounces of cooked chicken liver gives 40% of the daily value of the heme type of this mineral
    $800 11
M.I.T. Professor & Nobel Prize winner John Nash inspired this Oscar-winning movie
    $800 18
On February 24 stand up & celebrate Dia de la Bandera, Mexico's equivalent of this June 14th holiday
    $800 22
It's from Norwegian that we get the word ski & this term for a skiing race over a zigzag course
    $1200 4
Edward VI became the King of England in 1547 when this King died
    $1200 8
A No. 1 album from 2002 was titled "P. Diddy & Bad Boy Records Present ... We Invented" this
    $1200 28
(Video of Cheryl fencing.) It's this position in fencing, or what I'm tempted to say to my opponent
    $1200 12
Brandeis Sociology Professor Morrie Schwartz is the title teacher in this bestseller by Mitch Albom
    $1200 19
Catering to tourists, one of Cancun's major newspapers is the Herald of this U.S. city, about 350 miles north
    $1200 23
It should hit you like lightning that this day of the week is named for the Norse god of thunder
    $1600 5
In the name of peace, this heroic Egyptian President flew to Jerusalem on Nov. 19, 1977
    $1600 9
3-letter name for the confessional genre of bands like Bright Eyes & Dashboard Confessional
    $1600 29
Ann Wigmore popularized the notion that this vegetation seen here has healing power
    $1600 13
While he's big on Shakespeare, this literary critic & longtime Yale Professor admits he's no Harry Potter fan
    $1600 20
Just a drive away, Tulum & Chichen Itza are famous for their ruins of this Indian people
    $1600 24
If you roomed there as a freshman you might know that it's from the Latin for "sleeping place"
    $2000 6
The 2000 Mexican elections ended 71 years of rule by the party known by this 3-letter acronym
    $2000 15
The documentary "I Am Trying to Break Your Heart" chronicled this band's "Yankee Hotel Foxtrot" CD
    $2000 30
If you're 5'10" & weigh 150 pounds, your BMI, short for this, is a normal 21.5
    DD: $1,000 14
In 1938 he left the University of Rome, stopped in Sweden to pick up his Nobel Physics Prize, then moved to America
    $2000 21
Public beaches include Playa Tortuga, or Turtle Beach, & Playa Langosta, this beach
    DD: $3,600 25
From the Greek for "crooked", this condition often results in an s-shaped curvature of the spine

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Keith Grant
$8,400 $18,400 $8,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

PEOPLE ON THE MAP
A European city founded in 1703 has at different times been named for these 2 people born 1,800 years apart

Final scores:

Josh Keith Grant
$11,111 $10,400 $5,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Keith Grant
$9,400 $16,400 $8,600
11 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
23 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
13 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $34,400

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