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    $400 26
Brides often adorn their heads with this delicate fabric; the Alencon type would look lovely on you
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Show #4194 - Thursday, November 21, 2002

2002 College Championship final game 1.
From the Schottenstein Center at the Ohio State University in Columbus.

Contestants

Jara Dorsey, a senior at Carnegie Mellon University from Steubenville, Ohio

Kyle Hale, a senior at Texas A&M University from Katy, Texas

Mark Kehres, a freshman at the Ohio State University from Livonia, Michigan

Jeopardy! Round

POETS & POETRY
MOVIE MAGIC
EXPLORERS
ORIGINAL CRAYOLA COLORS
WATCH OUT FOR ALLIGATORS!
TAKE A LETTER
    $200 1
This hero went "Forth upon the Gitche Gumee...with his fishing-line of cedar" to catch a sturgeon
    $200 4
A pair of magic ruby slippers is at the center of this classic 1939 film
    $200 11
Capt. Robert Fitzroy commanded the Beagle on the 1831-36 expedition with this naturalist
    $200 21
If you were jealous of someone's pack of crayons, you'd be this "with envy"
    $200 26
While an alligator has about 80 of these at any one time, they wear down & are eventually replaced
    $200 16
In comic books, a series of this letter is used to represent a person snoring
    DD: $1,000 2
He wrote his 1914 poem "Chicago" while working as a newspaper writer in that city
    $400 5
Harry Potter's teachers include Madam Hooch, who teaches flying on one of these
    $400 12
Sacajawea gave birth to a son, Jean-Baptiste Charbonneau, during this duo's 1803-06 expedition
    $400 22
Before tan was added in 1949, this was the only 3-letter color in the box
    $400 27
On this largest Louisiana city's seal, the alligator represents the city's marshes & swamps
    $400 17
In religious writing, this symbol of the Greek letter chi represents Christ
    $600 3
For writing the pamphlet "The Necessity of Atheism", this "Ode to the West Wind" poet was expelled from Oxford
    $600 6
The Mages, an elite group of magic users, rule the empire of Izmer in this 2000 film based on a role-playing game
    $600 13
He was born Fernao de Magalhaes around 1480 in northern Portugal
    $600 23
Color for the belly of your sapsucker or a caution card in soccer
    $600 28
The Alligator River of Australia actually contains these related reptiles, not alligators
    $600 18
This letter paired with "H" at the end of a word sometimes results in an "F" sound
    $800 9
The first line of this poem is "Sing, goddess, the anger of Peleus's son Achilles"
    $800 7
Distinctive actor seen here as 1954's "The Mad Magician"
    $800 14
Famous for his greeting "Dr. Livingstone, I presume?", he discovered Africa's Mountains of the Moon
    $800 24
These 2 common eye colors are the school colors of Tufts University
    $800 29
This "Alligator State" made the alligator its official state reptile in 1987
    $800 19
In German, it usually has the sound that English gives to the letter before it in the alphabet
    $1000 10
In 1899 this Irish poet & dramatist co-founded the Irish literary theatre, which later became the Abbey Theatre
    $1000 8
In a 1998 film, Nicole Kidman & this "Miss Congeniality" star are sisters with a gift for "Practical Magic"
    $1000 15
Between 1903 & 1905 this Norwegian discovered the exact location of the North Magnetic Pole
    $1000 25
More recently it's been burnt, outrageous & sunset; back in 1903 it was just this
    $1000 30
The alligator snapper isn't an alligator but one of these reptiles
    $1000 20
Used chiefly in poetic or religious invocations, it's an interjection expressing strong emotion

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

Mark Kyle Jara
$1,600 $5,800 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kyle Jara
$4,000 $10,000 $1,200

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Hey, folks...)
ALEX IN AFRICA
BRIDE'S HEAD REVISITED
FUN WITH THE PERIODIC TABLE
PEOPLE'S SEXIEST MEN ALIVE
(Alex: I should be in that category, maybe!)
TRAVEL USA
12-LETTER WORDS
    $400 9
(Alex reports on location) At the Sweetwaters Game Reserve in east Africa, chimpanzees are cared for at a sanctuary that works closely with this world-famous chimp researcher
    $400 26
Brides often adorn their heads with this delicate fabric; the Alencon type would look lovely on you
    $400 21
It's the only element on the chart with exactly the same name as a planet in our solar system
    $400 1
He was People Magazine's "Top Gun" for 1990
    $400 16
The Grand Ole Opry Museum & the Music Valley Wax Museum are attractions in this city
    $400 6
World Book, for example
    $800 10
There are 2 kinds of African rhino, each with a colorful name; this smaller one has a prehensile upper lip
    $800 27
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports) Despite the ending of the play, many a bride has worn a cap named for this Capulet
    $800 22
The symbols of elements 17, 18 & 19 combine to form the last name of this "Bandstand" & "Other Half" host
    $800 2
"O Brother", this former star of "ER" was the Sexiest Man Alive in 1997
    $800 17
Camel Butte & the Mittens are 2 of the mineral sandstone structures that give this AZ./Utah "valley" its name
    $800 7
This physician specializes in the care of children, from infancy to adolescence
    $1200 11
An unmarked coat below the knee is a trait of the giraffe subspecies named this, like an international banking family
    $1200 28
In contrast to chapel length, a veil of this church length sounds perfect for a wedding at St. Paul's
    $1200 23
1 of the only 2 letters not found in the abbreviations of elements with atomic numbers up to 100
    $1200 3
Maybe because it was the luck of the Irish that in 2001 this James Bond star was the Sexiest Man Alive
    $1200 18
A midnight trip to this Freeport, Maine retailer founded in 1912 is a tradition for college students in New England
    $1200 8
General term for an animal without a backbone
    $1600 12
Some say these antelopes were built from spare parts, yet they're among Africa's most numerous mammals
    $1600 29
The height of Spanish style, it's often worn over a comb & has a name derived from manta, Spanish for "cape"
    DD: $2,500 24
The seventh period begins with francium followed by this element discovered in France in 1898
    $1600 4
This star of "The Mothman Prophecies" took the title in 1999
    $1600 19
Located in northwest Montana, this national park has 1,500 square miles of ice-carved terrain
    DD: $3,600 14
It can mean one's physical health or a 1787 document
    $2000 13
(Alex reports from Kenya) They are not Kenya's largest tribe, but these pastorialists in their bright red traditional shukas are certainly the country's most recognizable
    $2000 30
A ballerina might wear a veil made of this tutu fabric that also starts with the letters "TU"
    $2000 25
After helium it's the NeXT noble gas on the table
    $2000 5
This African-American actor must have been in all his "Glory" when he was chosen in 1996
    $2000 20
"Footsteps to Freedom" is an exhibit at this Alabama city's National Voting Rights Museum
    $2000 15
It's the 12-letter adjective for Edison's practical electric bulb, successfully tested at Menlo Park Oct. 21, 1879

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Kyle Jara
$12,000 $21,300 $10,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN LITERATURE
One of the original titles of this 1925 novel was "Among Ash Heaps and Millionaires"

Final scores:

Mark Kyle Jara
$18,000 $28,800 $5,800

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Mark Kyle Jara
$12,000 $19,800 $8,400
14 R,
1 W
30 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W

Combined Coryat: $40,200

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