Show #7469 - Thursday, February 16, 2017

2017 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.

Contestants

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Corey Schmalzle, a senior at Lehigh University from Hawley, Pennsylvania

Mohan Malhotra, a freshman at NYU from Wilmington, Delaware

Allison Holley, a senior at Lawrence University from Racine, Wisconsin

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Jeopardy! Round

WHAT ARE THOSE?
ATHLETES IN THE HEADLINES
FREE SPEECH
SPINNING A WEBSITE
FANTASTIC BEASTS
& WHERE TO FIND "EM"
    $200 30
Aquafina,
Dasani,
Sparkletts
    $200 5
49ers coach Chip Kelly said this QB's decision not to stand for the national anthem was "his right as a citizen"
    $200 24
This adjective can refer to a word of praise or to something you get for free
    $200 1
"1600 Penn" is a link at this.gov
    $200 17
This creature was spawned when Perseus decapitated Medusa
    $200 21
This South Carolina city is home to the 2017 NCAA national football champions
    $400 26
Bob,
lob,
pompadour
    $400 8
This Golden State superstar's wife Ayesha used Twitter to voice her complaints about officiating in the 2016 NBA finals
    $400 25
A trip with all your friends jammed into your car, or an all-inclusive scholarship
    $400 18
I've got 6 seconds to tell you that in 2016 Twitter said it would discontinue this 4-letter mobile video app
    $400 15
The constellation Sagittarius is depicted as one of these mythic half-breeds
    $400 22
It's part of the large metropolitan area seen here
    $600 23
People's Choice,
Webby,
Gold Glove
    $600 9
In 2016 Tamara James, formerly of this league's Washington Mystics, was elected mayor of Dania Beach, Fla.
    $600 6
This 3-word phrase describes roof singles or free stuff at a restaurant
    $600 19
At this satiric news site: "Incoming class of Subway trainees spends week practicing on sandwich cadavers"
    $600 2
Delphyne was a female dragon whose job it was to guard this person at Delphi
    $600 4
This city lies on the Chickasaw Bluffs near where Tennessee, Arkansas & Mississippi meet
    $800 3
Aldebaran,
Antares,
Arcturus
    $800 10
After this rookie guided the Cowboys to an 8-1 record, injured Tony Romo said he'd "earned the right to be our quarterback"
    $800 12
Combine 2 rhyming words to get this term for a freebie computer program
    $800 7
This site that seems to be missing a vowel in its name is "the home for all your photos"
    $800 16
The ravens Hugin & Munin gave this Norse top guy the scoop on far-flung developments
    DD: $1,000 28
This tiny country is smooshed between Belgium, France & Germany
    $1000 27
Lipizzaners,
Morgans,
Percherons
    $1000 11
This young Cubs third baseman capped off a 2016 MVP season with 2 World Series home runs
    $1000 14
Free things are said to be given this way, from Latin for "grace"
    $1000 20
You can help fight the devastation of Hurricane Matthew & 2010's earthquake at hopeforthisnation.com
    $1000 13
Hercules had to deal with the quickness of the Ceryneian hind, a type of this animal
    $1000 29
This country has Saudi Arabia on its southwest border & Oman on its southeast border

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

Allison Mohan Corey
$0 $3,000 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Allison Mohan Corey
$2,600 $4,600 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

MADAM SECRETARY
ENGLISH LIT
1 VOWEL, 3 TIMES
STATUES
NEWS ON THE SCREEN
NUTRITION
    $400 7
The first madam in the Cabinet, Frances Perkins was named Secretary of Labor in 1933 by this president
    $400 2
This trilogy begins with a "Fellowship" & ends with "The Return of the King"
    $400 21
In bikes, it precedes seat; in desserts, split
    $400 26
Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, burned down in 1864, has the soldier seen here facing this direction
    $400 1
In June 2015 this media company known for its entertaining lists launched a news app
    $400 14
The World Health Organization suggest limiting this to no more than a teaspoon a day & using the iodized type
    $800 8
Threatening their highway funds, Elizabeth Dole of D.O.T. got every state to raise the legal drinking age to this
    $800 3
Mary Ann Evans wrote the novels "Adam Bede" & "Middlemarch" under this pen name
    $800 22
Part of a whole, say, in a periodic table
    $800 27
Russia's 278-foot "The Motherland Calls" statue commemorates the 1942-43 battle of this city
    $800 12
This groundbreaking TV news magazine has been on CBS since 1968
    $800 17
(Kelly of the Clue Crew shows a diagram on the monitor.) In 2011 the USDA replaced the food pyramid with MyPlate, making it easier to visualize a balanced meal, which includes a serving of dairy, and half your plate made up of fruit and vegetables, and the other half protein and these, whole and refined
    $1200 9
In 1975 Carla Anderson Hills became the first female head of this department that ensures access to shelter
    DD: $200 4
"A Trivial Comedy for Serious People" is the subtitle of this Oscar Wilde play of mistaken identity
    $1200 23
It's very close to illegal, in that it also means "illegal"
    $1200 28
His sculpture of "The Thinker" is in the gardens at his home, the Hotel Biron in Paris, now a museum devoted to him
    $1200 13
"Al Punto" (To the Point) is an interview show hosted by Jorge Ramos on this network
    $1200 18
For 19-to-50-year-olds, the RDA for this mineral is 8 mg for men, 18 mg for women & even more for vegetarians
    $1600 10
Donna Shalala, HHS secretary from 1993 to 2001, heads up this charitable foundation much in the news in 2016
    $1600 5
"Bring Up the Bodies" is Hilary Mantel's sequel to this historical novel about the rise to power of Thomas Cromwell
    $1600 24
This mythological hall of dead Norse warriors has 540 doors
    $1600 29
A statue of this admiral in Barbados predates the one in London's Trafalgar Square
    $1600 15
Reaching 270 million homes worldwide, AJE is the English version of this originally Arabic news service
    $1600 19
Fermented dairy products like yogurt & kefir are sources of these good bacteria that line your gut
    DD: $2,000 11
Sally Jewell, 2009 winner of the Audubon Society's Rachel Carson Award, was named secretary of this in 2013
    $2000 6
E.M. Forster dedicated this 1924 novel to his friend Syed Ross Masood, one of the inspirations for Dr. Aziz
    $2000 25
The leather seen here, used for bindings, is named for this African country
    $2000 30
Denmark's most photographed statue, it was modeled after the sculptor's wife Eline Eriksen--sans tail, of course
    $2000 16
In 2014 Katie Couric became global anchor of this email, search & news website
    $2000 20
Avocados are high in fat, but it's mostly this 15-letter kind that may lower your cholesterol

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Allison Mohan Corey
$9,000 $14,800 $6,000

Final Jeopardy! Round

SOUTH AMERICA
This capital's name is a Latinized form of the name of its country

Final scores:

Allison Mohan Corey
$13,000 $15,600 $11,000
2nd place Automatic semifinalist 3rd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Allison Mohan Corey
$8,800 $15,800 $8,000
12 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $32,600

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