Show #7860 - Friday, November 9, 2018

2018 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.

Contestants

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Claire Sattler, a senior from Bonita Springs, Florida

Audrey Satchivi, a senior from Carmel, Indiana

Dan Oxman, a senior from South Orange, New Jersey

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Jeopardy! Round

PICTURE THE PREZ
SCHOLARSHIPS
ALL THINGS DISNEY
WORD ORIGINS
ON THE MENU
WHAT KIND OF PERSON ARE YOU?
    $200 21
For many, his presidency was a time of great promise
    $200 26
Cecil Rhodes' scholars go to Oxford; Bill Gates' scholars go to this other British university
    $200 3
Act 1 of this Broadway musical includes a young Elsa & a young Anna singing "A Little Bit Of You"
    $200 10
From French words meaning "defense against a fall", it slows your fall when you jump from a plane
    $200 12
In 1979 it rolled out its Happy Meal--a burger, fries, cookies, a soft drink &, of course, a toy
    $200 16
I'm not really a king or priest, I'm this 8-letter word, a person pretending to be another
    $400 22
This president was a famous actor before going into public politics
    $400 27
First step to become a National Merit Scholar--take this 4-leter college prep test
    $400 5
The iconic geosphere known as Spaceship Earth is the symbol of this Disney World theme park
    $400 9
It may be Greek to you, but this type of organization for female college students gets is name from the Latin for "sister"
    $400 13
If you join this chain's eClub, you can enjoy a free Rooty Tooty Fresh 'n Fruity stack
    $400 17
Medically, I'm this, so I take insulin to control my condition
    $600 23
This Southerner was a governor before he was president
    $600 30
For more than 70 years, nearly a half million students have been helped by the UNCF, this college fund
    $600 1
Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" was a role model for this actress growing up & in 2017 she got to play her on film
    DD: $1,000 6
From the name of a Germanic people, ti's criminally destroying or damaging someone's property
    $600 11
Starbucks' caramel this is espresso with steamed milk topped with caramel sauce
    $600 18
I'm this kind of scientist, a byword for a brainiac, so I study thrust & stability when going into space
    $800 24
A Founding Father, he was a Francophile & a friend of scientific discovery
    $800 29
"The Stuck at Prom" scholarships go to students who make the best prom outfits from this strong handy tape
    $800 2
Mal & Evie are 2 of the offspring of some pretty famous villains in this Disney Channel movie series
    $800 7
With large reflective eyes that seem to glow in the dark, this primate has a name meaning "ghost" or "specter"
    $800 14
At Chipotle your choice of meat includes steak, chicken, or this, braised & shredded pork
    $800 19
I'm this, the word for a person who takes part in a swim-bike-run competition, like the Ironman one
    $1000 25
His military career did much to swell this 7th president's reputation
    $1000 28
It's going to take more than a baking soda volcano to win a scholarship from the Google-sponsored contest called this event
    $1000 4
The name of this Disney resort that opened in Hawaii in 2011 means "messenger of a chief"
    $1000 8
Jeans, blue or otherwise, owe their name to this Italian city
    $1000 15
I'll have the "You Pick Two" from this bakery-cafe: make it the black bean soup & the bacon turkey bravo sandwich
    $1000 20
A non-U.S. citizen who's a lawful permanent resident is also called a resident this

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

Dan Audrey Claire
$400 $2,600 $1,600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Audrey Claire
$400 $6,200 $4,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

POSSESSIVE BOOK TITLES
NATURE
PRIMETIME TV
MOUNTAINS
AN "AX"
TO GRIND
    $400 7
The 1733 edition of this character's "Almanack" has wisdom like "Great talkers, little doers"
    $400 15
The Goliath birdeater, which eats rodents & reptiles as well as birds, is an extra large variety of this hairy spider
    $400 3
Zoey Johnson on "Black-ish" has stepped out into her own show about going to college, this spin-off
    $400 17
The altitudes of mountains, like 13,160 feet for Wheeler Peak, are measured as heights above this
    $400 25
This curved reed instrument was invented by a Belgian in the 1840s
    $400 30
Keeping this body part "to the grindstone" means applying yourself
    $800 11
Kids learn military skills to fight aliens called buggers--it's all this "Game"
    $800 16
The weight of the General Sherman, a type of this tree in California, is equal to about 40 adult blue whales
    $800 2
DJ Khaled & Sean Combs guide & vote on the performers singing for a record contract on this competition show
    $800 18
Molten rock that hardens but doesn't erupt forms this type of mountain, named for its rounded top
    $800 24
These can be spiral, elliptical or barred spiral, like NGC 1300
    $800 29
Most waiters consider this tool a real grind when using it to add seasoning to salads
    DD: $2,000 12
E.B. White referred to this 1952 book of his as a "hymn to the barn"
    $1200 1
Found in coastal waters & a favorite at aquariums, it's the lunar creature seen here
    $1200 4
Seen here, Melissa Benoist plays the title heroine of this CW series
    $1200 19
The solar system's tallest volcano, Olympus Mons on this planet climbs 16 miles high
    $1200 21
The point in a plot with the greatest emotional intensity
    $1200 26
Grinding guides can help you efficiently get to level 10 in this Blizzard game set in Azeroth
    $1600 13
2016 brought the 41st edition of this medical work about the body
    DD: $2,000 8
These nocturnal beetles seen during summer make up the family Lampyridae
    $1600 5
Lili Reinhart & K.J. Apa have been nominated for Teen Choice Awards for their work on this show
    $1600 20
The Scottish highlands & these 1,500-mile-long mountains of the eastern U.S. are remnants of the same ancient range
    $1600 22
This all-natural substance secreted by insects can be used when making your own rolled candles & they burn longer
    $1600 27
To grind their food, birds use this organ that also starts with "G"
    $2000 14
This man's "Legacy" is subtitled "True Stories of the List Survivors"
    $2000 9
It may be pleasing to look at, but stay away from this toxic herb--it's what killed Socrates
    $2000 6
This MTV series "Chronicled" the fantasy exploits of Wil, Amberle & Eretria, who fight evil
    $2000 10
A rugged 1,500-mile range in western Siberia, these mountains form a traditional boundary between Europe & Asia
    $2000 23
This infectious animal disease can be transmitted to humans by contaminated wool
    $2000 28
Mt. Suribachi was the site of a famed flag raising on this WWII island; Meat Grinder Hill was also a tough battle there

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Audrey Claire
-$2,400 $13,400 $15,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

HOLIDAYS & OBSERVANCES
Puebla is the only Mexican state that officially celebrates this spring holiday that is now more popular in the U.S.

Final scores:

Dan Audrey Claire
-$2,400 $18,800 $16,999
3rd place Automatic semifinalist 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Audrey Claire
$600 $13,400 $14,400
15 R,
11 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $28,400

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