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    $1000 30
Icy-sounding name of the decorative band, often in low relief, that runs below the cornice of a building

Show #6368 - Wednesday, May 2, 2012

2012 Teen Tournament quarterfinal game 3.


Elyse Mancuso, a junior from Omaha, Nebraska

Catherine Briley, a senior from Grand Prairie, Louisiana

Krishna Bharathala, a sophomore from Fremont, California

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
In traditional productions of "Swan Lake", Odile's tutu is this color
    $200 8
A pit boss, to Ned Flanders on this show: "Las Vegas doesn't care for out of towners! Take your money & go someplace else"
    $200 1
    $200 15
On Feb. 6, 1971, using a makeshift 6-iron, Alan Shepard became the only man in history to play golf here
    $200 20
A pedestrian crossing sign from this nation is seen here
    $200 25
Introduced in 1959, the first of these collectible dolls sported a ponytail & a zebra-striped bathing suit
    $400 10
One of the three tenors, he taught elementary school before becoming an opera star
    $400 9
Teddy Roosevelt, to Larry the security guard in this movie: "Lawrence! Why are you slapping a monkey?"
    $400 2
    $400 16
In 1999 she launched what would be a successful candidacy for a U.S. Senate seat from New York
    $400 21
It's winter in Norway, and a sign alerts us to a trail for these vehicles ahead
    $400 26
You're not a loonie just because you collect loonies, shekels & other types of these
    $600 11
This statue at the Louvre may have originally held a shield & mirror; it's hard to know since she's "unarmed"
    $600 12
Shifu to Po the Dragon Warrior, in this film: "we do not wash our pits in the Pool of Sacred Tears"
    $600 3
    $600 17
In 1991 the Soviet Union ceased to exist after his Christmas Day resignation as president
    $600 22
An iconic restaurant sign is seen here in this language
    $600 27
Fishing enthusiasts collect these devices that let out the line on the rod, & may take them out for a spin
    $800 6
It's the musical work that contains the chorus heard here

"Hallelujah /
    $800 13
This Jon Heder character, when told he needs key chains: "I already made like infinity of those at scout camp"
    $800 4
    $800 18
On April 22, 1989 tens of thousands of students gathered in this square in China to demand democratic reform
    $800 23
Our next stop is a village in this U.K. country
    $800 28
A collection of these creatures mounted on pins may include hairstreaks & swallowtails
    $1000 30
Icy-sounding name of the decorative band, often in low relief, that runs below the cornice of a building
    $1000 14
Emma Stone in "Crazy Stupid Love" on seeing this actor shirtless: "It's like you're photoshopped"
    $1000 5
    DD: $1,000 19
On March 20, 1952 this country's supreme court declared voter segregation unconstitutional, but it continued
    $1000 24
Da, it's the alphabet used on the poster seen here
    $1000 29
One of these collectibles, "Action No. 1", sold in 2011 for $2.16 million

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

Krishna Catherine Elyse
$1,200 $3,200 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Krishna Catherine Elyse
$2,600 $3,600 $6,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 21
Chew on this: humans have 12 of these teeth with broad biting surfaces adapted for grinding
    $400 1
A big rig that's unable to get out of the mud or snow
    $400 2
British kids crash onto an uninhabited island in this William Golding novel; things get rough
    $400 16
In 2000 this presidential candidate barely won the popular vote but lost the electoral vote, 271-266
    $400 11
You'll find a statue of Thoreau & a replica of his cabin at this site where he lived the simple life in the 1840s
    $400 22
"Good Feeling": this state-ly rapper
    $800 23
In 1995 the FDA approved a vaccine for this kids' disease of skin outbreaks caused by the varicella-zoster virus
    $800 7
One who enjoys motorcycles as well as backpacking
    $800 3
A Kansas girl blows into town & is hailed as a hero in this book, first published in 1900
    $800 17
Born in 1960, she's the newest justice & the youngest member of the Supreme Court
    DD: $3,000 12
A circle of cobblestones in front of the Old State House commemorates this 1770 clash in which 5 were killed
    $800 27
"Sexy And I Know It": this duo with a 5-letter name
    $1200 24
Per its label, the topical medicine Vicks VapoRub aims to suppress this cold symptom
    $1200 8
Almost every 365 days
    $1200 4
The full title of the novel that Daniel Defoe wrote about this guy is 68 words long; one key word of the 68--"Shipwreck"
    DD: $2,800 18
The Constitution defines this crime as "levying war" against the United States or giving enemies "aid and comfort"
    $1200 13
While walking the Freedom Trail, stop by this "revered" house of worship built in 1723
    $1200 28
"Lonely Boy": this band that's more than just piano parts
    $1600 25
This organ is shaped like a "J" & generally holds a little over 1 quart
    $1600 9
Irons one's gowns & frocks
    $1600 5
A Civil War soldier struggles to regain his nerve to fight in this 1895 novel
    $1600 19
In Texas David Dewhurst holds this job, so he takes over when Rick Perry is out of state
    $1600 14
It's hard to miss this monument honoring colonists who died in a 1775 battle--it's 221 feet high
    $1600 29
"Turn Me On": this French DJ, with a big assist from Nicki Minaj
    $2000 26
Vasco da Gama once lost about 100 out of 160 men to this disease caused by a lack of vitamin C
    $2000 10
A place of instruction for an evil grave-robbing being
    $2000 6
Want to know how it was for a European woman running an African coffee plantation in the 1920s? Read this 1937 book
    $2000 20
In 1981 Ronald Reagan appointed Jeane Kirkpatrick the first female U.S. ambassador to this organization
    $2000 15
One way to see the world is inside the Mapparium at the library of this woman, the founder of Christian Science
    $2000 30
"Shake It Out": this gal plus her band

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Krishna Catherine Elyse
$7,800 $11,000 $19,600

Final Jeopardy! Round

Of the 12 beasts representing years in the Chinese calendar, the one not biologically related to any creature on Earth

Final scores:

Krishna Catherine Elyse
$15,001 $21,000 $22,600
3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated 2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Krishna Catherine Elyse
$7,800 $8,200 $19,600
12 R,
5 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
22 R,
0 W

Combined Coryat: $35,600

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