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Jeremiah spoke of the fall of Marduk when he predicted the downfall of this empire
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Show #5224 - Thursday, May 3, 2007

2007 College Championship quarterfinal game 4.
From the University of Southern California.

Contestants

Kaitlin Welborn, a sophomore from the University of Pennsylvania

Will Schultz, a freshman from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Sarah Nothnagel, a sophomore from the University of Southern California

Jeopardy! Round

POTPOURRI
READ YOUR BIBLE
WHERE IS IT?
AN UMBRELLA CATEGORY
TV IS SO DRAMATIC
COLLEGIATE LEXICON
    $200 1
Shelley & Eliot would be happy to know that April is the national month for this form of writing
    $200 6
Proverbs 30 speaks of 4 things difficult to understand, including the flight of this bird of prey
    $200 16
The deepest lake in the world
(the country)
    $200 26
This half-giant & "Keeper of the Keys" at Hogwarts has a pink umbrella that disguises his broken wand
    $200 11
Meredith had a near-death experience & Izzie decided to practice medicine again on this show
    $200 21
From the Latin for "write over", it's your official college record, with grades & courses taken
    $400 2
The cotton gin worked by removing these small, pesky items from the cotton
    $400 7
In Matthew 27, this Roman washes his hands to ritually absolve himself of Jesus' conviction & execution
    DD: $1,200 17
Gondor, Rivendell
(a literary world)
    $400 27
In 1899 she began her temperance work in Kansas wielding an umbrella; hatchets came later
    $400 12
Gabrielle & Susan have multiple man problems on this show
    $400 22
Not just for taxes, you can do this to a class to review material but not receive a grade
    $600 3
If you stare at a bright red dot & then at a white wall, you'll see an afterimage of the same dot in this color
    $600 8
Jeremiah spoke of the fall of Marduk when he predicted the downfall of this empire
    $600 18
Angkor Thom
(the country)
    $600 28
This fictional character arrives via an umbrella flight to become the Banks children's nanny
    $600 13
On this show an Internet stripper has unnatural abilities that would appeal to a genetics professor
    $600 23
Many schools have this large, scenic area; from Lumpkin Hall at Eastern Illinois, gaze upon the south one
    $800 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew reports from UC Santa Cruz.) A membership program here at a UC Santa Cruz aquarium is named for the sea type of this creature--not to be confused with the banana type, the university's mascot
    $800 9
Sometimes depicted with the bodies of lions, these temple angels were also found on top of the Ark of the Covenant
    $800 19
The renal pelvis
(anatomically)
    $800 29
The name of this small, light umbrella is from the Latin for "prepare for the sun"
    $800 14
A Vicodin-addicted doctor faked cancer to get experimental medicine on this show
    $800 24
The Stafford type of this is the most popular & federally guaranteed
    $1000 5
Disgraced soldiers once left the military with percussion playing--hence this modern idiom
    $1000 10
In Job 41, God compares Job's abilities with this monster of the sea
    $1000 20
Valhalla
(in mythology)
    $1000 30
This fictional castaway "spent a great deal of time and pains to make an umbrella" covered with skins
    $1000 15
FBI profiler Mandy Patinkin gets into the heads of the villains he tracks down on this show
    $1000 25
From the Latin for "east", these campus workshops introduce new students to college life

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

Sarah Will Kaitlin
$2,800 $3,600 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Will Kaitlin
$5,000 $10,200 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

QUEEN VICTORIA'S MYSPACE PAGE
POETS & POETRY
LANDMARKS
PACK TENTH
THE 21st CENTURY ROCKS
DICT. ABBREV.
    $400 1
As of Dec. 14, 1861 & until her death in 1901, this was Victoria's relationship status
    $400 6
On New Year's Eve we should give thanks to this Scottish poet for his "Auld Lang Syne"
    $400 7
Teddy Roosevelt laid the cornerstorne of Roosevelt Arch, at the north entrance of this national park
    $400 12
Make room for 10 lords a-leaping when you receive them as your tenth gift in this holiday song
    $400 15
Even after their Grammy wins, this trio is "Not Ready To Make Nice"

"But Iíve always found my way somehow /
By taking the long way around..."
    $400 20
pp
(a verb form)
    $800 2
Under "heroes" is Louise Lehzen, her governess, who, like her royal house, came from this modern country
    $800 14
He wrote, "The woods are lovely, dark and deep/ But I have promises to keep/ And miles to go before I sleep"
    $800 8
Frank Gehry designed the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao in this country
    $800 13
Exodus 12:29 reveals their death as the tenth plague brought upon the Egyptians
    $800 16
Look for this Denver band if you want to know "How To Save A Life"
    $800 21
nom.
(as in a Latin case)
    $1200 3
The background is one of over a dozen portraits of herself done in honor of this June 28, 1838 ceremony
    $1200 28
His "Ode on a Grecian Urn" includes the line "Beauty is truth, truth beauty"
    $1200 9
You might say the statuesque residents of this South Pacific island have big heads & are always on holiday
    $1200 25
Serving from 1841 to 1845, the tenth president of the U.S. was this big Whig
    $1200 17
"Dance, Dance" for this band heard here

"Dance, dance, we're falling apart to half time..."
    $1200 22
LaF
(what a Cajun might speak)
    $1600 4
qVICki has 33 friends, including DIZee, this prime minister from 1874 to 1880
    DD: $4,800 29
It's the title of the Longfellow poem that begins, "Under the spreading chestnut tree"
    $1600 10
A gilt statue of this fire-stealer is at the heart of Rockefeller Center
    DD: $4,200 26
Before Julius Caesar's reforms, this was the tenth month in the Roman calendar
    $1600 18
This band found "All The Right Reasons" "Far Away" in Canada
    $1600 23
IE
(a hyphenated family of languages)
    $2000 5
The music is this song, on which Felix Mendelssohn once improvised for Her Majesty
    $2000 30
Among his poetry collections is 1942's "Shakespeare in Harlem"
    $2000 11
Austrian architect Alfred Preis designed the memorial over this WWII battleship
    $2000 27
Plato called this female poet the "tenth muse"
    $2000 19
If you're in trouble, send an "S.O.S." to this woman

"Come Mr. DJ song pon de replay /
Come Mr. DJ won't you turn the music up..."
    $2000 24
conj.
(2 words: a part of speech & the inflection of a verb)

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Sarah Will Kaitlin
$17,400 $11,600 $4,200

Final Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTIAL SUCCESSION
It's the name of the person next in the line of presidential succession after Robert Byrd

Final scores:

Sarah Will Kaitlin
$11,599 $15,000 $8,400
2nd place: $5,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $5,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Sarah Will Kaitlin
$22,200 $15,000 $4,200
24 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
23 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
6 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $41,400

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