Show #4646 - Monday, November 15, 2004

2004 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Lindsey Hargrove, a senior at the University of Texas from Bellaire, Texas

Ari Schoenholtz, a senior at Williams College from Bethesda, Maryland

Lily Wang, a junior at Columbia University from Plano, Texas

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Jeopardy! Round

PITTSTORY
NONMUSICAL MTV
HORNED ANIMALS
FRATERNITY SUIT
POETRY
WHAT'S THAT WORD...?
    $200 1
In 1811 the first of these to ply the Ohio River was built in Pittsburgh--the New Orleans, named for where it was headed
    $200 3
This show that debuted in '02 has cursing by mom, dad, son & daughter, & dogs that aren't housebroken
    $200 11
This animal's horns, seen here, are made entirely of keratin, a fibrous hair protein
    $200 16
He was a Teke, a Tau Kappa Epsilon, & founded a hotel chain, but you probably just know him as Paris' great-granddad
    $200 26
Ogden Nash said these people were "Tinglish"
    $200 18
…that means of secondary importance:
A. ancillary
B. fiduciary
C. habilimentary
D. pecuniary
    $400 2
It's the geographically appropriate name of the Pittsburgh landmark seen here on Feb. 11, 2001
    $400 4
On "Newlyweds", Nick Lachey had to explain to her that Chicken of the Sea is actually fish
    $400 12
Though closely related to sheep, this animal has a beard & its horns are not spirally twisted
    $400 17
Nike founder Phil Knight went tropical at Oregon by joining Phi Gamma Delta, known by this "national" name
    $400 27
It's "burning bright in the forests of the night"
    $400 19
…that means to perplex:
A. acrimonious
B. congruous
C. nonplus
D. tremulous
    $600 5
In 1753 this Virginian with a future in politics said the area was "extremely well situated for a fort"
    $600 7
Each season, 7 strangers share a home, as well as their lives, loves & libidos, on this long-running series
    $600 13
Life is unfair for the males of this animal, seen here; they're bald on top of their horns, while the female has hair
    $600 23
An Alpha Sigma Phi at Penn, this Berkshire Hathaway man was worth a tidy $42.9 billion in '04
    $600 28
It's the mournful type of poem "written in a country churchyard by Thomas Gray
    $600 20
…that means face up:
A. prostrate
B. prone
C. supine
D. incline
    $800 6
The photo of this national hero seen here was taken in Pittsburgh on August 3, 1927
    $800 8
On one episode, Halle Berry is denied entrance to her own movie premiere on this prank-filled show
    $800 14
This North American animal's population had dropped from almost 50 million to under 1000 by 1889
    $800 24
Last name of the Michigan State A.T.O. [alpha tau omega] who, in '99, followed in Dad's footsteps & became president of the Teamsters
    DD: $1,600 29
He believed "a leaf of grass is no less than the journey-work of the stars"
    $800 21
…that means verbal abuse:
A. abrogation
B. cogitation
C. sinistration
D. vituperation
    $1000 9
On July 4, 1826, a historic date, this "Oh! Susanna" composer was born in what's now a part of Pittsburgh
    $1000 10
Contestants must complete a mission in order to get to a new location on this x-treme travel adventure series
    $1000 15
It was one of the largest of the horned dinosaurs; 2 of its 3 horns were up to 3 feet long
    $1000 25
Alpha Phi Alpha John H. Johnson founded this magazine in 1951, 6 years after Ebony
    $1000 30
His "Ulalume" rhymes "sober" with "lonesome October"
    $1000 22
…that means not sincere:
A. dissentious
B. disputatious
C. disingenuous
D. discommodious

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

Lily Ari Lindsey
$3,600 $3,200 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lily Ari Lindsey
$8,000 $5,200 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

PITT STORY
THE ENLIGHTENMENT
THE LONE REPRESENTATIVE
OUR TROUBLED PLANET
INTERNATIONAL TRAFFIC
RHYME TIME
    $400 2
Brad played this Greek hero in the epic "Troy"
    $400 16
This event that began in 1789 embodied many Enlightenment ideas, but is thought to have ended the era
    $400 21
Don Young from this state with 27 boroughs, including Sitka & North Slope
    $400 11
By examining these in some trees, you can figure out what the weather was like thousands of years ago
    $400 26
With an average car speed of 6 mph, it's easy to see how this "Eternal City" wasn't built in a day
    $400 1
A guffaw from a young cow
    $800 7
Brad & Edward Norton created this title underground group whose 1st & 2nd rules are not to talk about it
    $800 17
In 1745 this was done to a book by materialist thinker Julien La Mettrie; in 1445 it would have been done to Julien
    $800 22
Earl Pomeroy from this state with 53 counties, including Sioux & Grand Forks
    $800 12
Your average U.S. municipal landfill is over 40% of this product, way more than plastic or metal
    $800 27
This Thai capital's traffic was so bad that gas stations sold personal port-a-potties called "Comfort 100"
    $800 3
An uninflated airship
    $1200 8
Brad climbed high as Austrian mountain climber Heinrich Harrer, who met the Dalai Lama in this real-life drama
    $1200 18
Priestly, Watt & Wedgwood were in a scientific club of "Lunaticks" whose meetings were set for each one of these
    $1200 23
Michael Castle from this state with 3 counties: New Castle, Kent & Sussex
    $1200 13
Before building a highway, a state has to submit an EIS, this 2-word "statement", to get federal funding
    $1200 28
Stuck in traffic & ill, Kip Keino had to jog a mile to get to the 1,500 meter run at the '68 Olympics in this city (he still won)
    $1200 4
A no-no during a test, this item is covered with notes and instructions
    $1600 9
Death (Brad Pitt) takes a holiday & falls in love with Claire Forlani in this 1998 movie
    DD: $2,000 19
Time's July 5, 2004 cover story was "The Radical Mind of" this American Enlightenment thinker
    $1600 24
Bernie Sanders from this state with 14 counties, including Rutland & Bennington
    $1600 14
The first ban on killing the "right" types of these creatures came into force in 1935
    $1600 29
In 2003 Mayor Ken Livingstone of this metropolis introduced a tax of 5 pounds on cars entering the city center
    DD: $2,000 5
A calamity that befalls the Dutch seat of government
    $2000 10
Brad Pitt was an Irish Gypsy boxer with an indecipherable accent in this 2000 Guy Ritchie flick
    $2000 20
This 35-volume Denis Diderot project began as a translation of a British reference work
    $2000 25
Stephanie Herseth from this state with 66 counties, including Yankton & Miner
    $2000 15
Newts are New Hampshire's state amphibian, partly for helping track this form of liquid pollution
    $2000 30
Murtala Mohammed, this country's head of state, was shot dead in a Lagos traffic jam in 1976
    $2000 6
Donor of a hepatic organ

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lily Ari Lindsey
$26,400 $6,800 $6,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

BEETHOVEN
(Alex: We love him.)
Poet & critic Ludwig Rellstab compared this piano work to a nighttime boat ride on Lake Lucerne

Final scores:

Lily Ari Lindsey
$30,000 $13,600 $11,200
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Lily Ari Lindsey
$27,600 $6,800 $8,200
30 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
1 W
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $42,600

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