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    $1000 9
More than 350 miles of passages have been mapped in this longest cave
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Show #5227 - Tuesday, May 8, 2007

2007 College Championship semifinal game 2.
From the University of Southern California.

Contestants

Haritha Sudanagunta, a junior from University of California-San Diego

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

Christine Kennedy, a freshman from the University of Notre Dame

Jeopardy! Round

WONDERS OF AMERICA STAMPS
NAME THAT TUNE-STER
THE THIRD CATEGORY
YOU'RE SO SWEET
I'M A BELIEVER
ABBREV.
    $200 26
City where you'll find the USA's tallest man-made monument
    $200 12
A singer/actress:
"Baby Boy",
"Crazy In Love",
"Irreplaceable"
    $200 30
In an Olympic swimming medley relay race, this "insect" stroke is the third leg
    $200 21
Fruit pectin combined with sugar forms the substance that makes this sandwich spread
    $200 6
...in this religion that considers Abraham & Sarah its patriarch & matriarch
    $200 1
It doesn't take a genius to figure out that in educational testing, IQ stands for this
    $400 27
Bigger than 10 states, it's our largest lake
    $400 13
A duo:
"St. Elsewhere"
"Go Go Gadget Gospel",
"Crazy"
    $400 17
This U.S. president was elected to an unprecedented third term in 1940
    $400 22
This type of sugar used in making baked beans gets its color from the molasses retained in its refining
    $400 10
...in this religion that considers Abraham & Hagar its patriarch & matriarch
    $400 2
D.O.B. is this bit of biographical info
    $600 28
California has the tallest trees, tallest dam, and tallest waterfall, which shares its name with this national park
    $600 14
A Las Vegas group:
"Mr. Brightside",
"Somebody Told Me",
"When You Were Young"
    $600 18
The third witch has the third line in this Shakespeare play
    $600 23
Dentists dislike these "ursine" candies born in Bonn, Germany because they're high in sugar & stick to your teeth
    $600 11
...in this religion whose name is derived from a river in India
    $600 3
On your PC's keyboard, Alt is short for this
    $800 29
The peregrine type of this is the fastest bird, reaching 200 mph while plunging after prey
    $800 15
A singer-songwriter:
"Gravity",
"Belief",
"Waiting On The World To Change"
    $800 19
In the Bible, he's the third son born to Adam & Eve
    $800 24
This fruit of the genus Musa is rich in potassium & also has a surprisingly high sugar content
    DD: $1,000 8
...in this religion whose sacred scriptures were first published in Palmyra, New York
    $800 4
(Sarah of the Clue Crew demonstrates with a CPR mannequin.) Rescue breathing, which is mouth to mouth, or mouth to nose for infants, puts the "P" in CPR. The "P" stands for this word
    $1000 9
More than 350 miles of passages have been mapped in this longest cave
    $1000 16
A 3-named woman:
"Like A Star",
"Enchantment",
"Put Your Records On"
    $1000 20
With Armstrong & Aldrin, he was the third man along for the journey to the moon in July 1969
    $1000 25
This soda whose logo was created by a Georgia bookkeeper has more than 9 tsp. of sugars in a 12-ounce can
    $1000 7
...in this faith whose name comes from the Greek for "universal"
    $1000 5
MFA is an abbreviation for this graduate degree

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Christine Will Haritha
$2,000 -$400 -$2,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Will Haritha
$2,800 $1,200 $4,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

AROUND THE WORLD
SCI FI
(Alex: ...an entire category devoted to the [*] Channel.)
HISTORICAL OUTGOING MESSAGES
GET TO WORK!
NEWS QUIZ
ON THE "GO"
    $400 20
At Giza you'll come face-to-face with the nearly 14-foot-wide face of this famous monument
    $400 30
As Harry Potter lived overseas, Harry Dresden of "The Dresden Files" is the only listed one of these in Chicago
    $400 1
Howdy. I'm off fightin' the Clanton Gang with my brothers Virgil & Morgan. I'll be back. Leave a message
    $400 29
With 1.8 million members, the largest service one of these organizations in North America is the SEIU
    $400 6
Per the Energy Policy Act of 2005, this began March 11, 2007, 3 weeks earlier than in 2006
    $400 11
To say "you're welcome" in Italian, use this word, also a brand of spaghetti sauce
    $800 19
5 days into the fifth month, Mexicans celebrate the holiday they call this
    $800 24
Per the title of a weekly show, real-life researchers Jason & Grant aren't Ghostbusters but these
    $800 2
Hi, my dad invented "visible speech", & I'm out inventing an item that will make this message possible; wait for the beep
    $800 28
The USA's biggest private employer is this chain of large discount stores with over 1.3 million employees
    $800 7
The 2006 firing of 8 people in this position came back to haunt the Justice Department in 2007
    $800 12
If you were born between August 23 & September 22, this is your zodiac sign
    $1200 18
Seen here, the national flag of this European kingdom is believed to be the oldest in the world
    $1200 23
Lemuria & the Iron Enforcer showed their powers in season one of "Who Wants to Be" this
    $1200 3
Hi, I'm out leading my "Axis of Evil" country, as I have since '94--& FYI, I didn't think much of that "Team America" movie
    $1200 27
The Kongo Gumi Construction Co. in this Asian country was family owned for more than 1,400 years until a 2006 sale
    DD: $3,000 8
This man who died in 1902 would have turned in his grave at the conditions in a D.C. facility named for him
    $1200 13
This river carries more water than any other except the Amazon
    $1600 17
This Canadian bay covers more than 3 times the area of the Great Lakes combined
    $1600 22
Seen here, they're the team based in the Rockies but able to step through a portal to other planets
    $1600 4
Hello, if you're calling to say Alaska's my "Folly", I'm still getting Russia to sell it, so leave a message
    $1600 26
Covering 29 acres, the world's largest office building is this structure in Arlington, Virginia
    $1600 9
It's the 5-letter word usually applied to the increase in Iraq troop levels announced Jan. 10, 2007
    $1600 14
Sometimes considered part of the visible spectrum, it's also a deep blue dye used to color cotton & wool
    DD: $2,000 16
It's the highest point in Pakistan & the second-highest mountain in the world
    $2000 21
"There is a fifth dimension beyond that which is known to man", says the intro to this old show seen on Sci-Fi
    $2000 5
'Allo all! What a day in 1759, eh what? My boy's been born! Guess I'll be "The Elder" P.M. now! Wait for the beep, ta!
    $2000 25
Ladies & gentlemen, children of all ages, this person works as the M.C. under the big top
    $2000 10
When this "Cat's Cradle" author died on April 11, the N.Y. Times called him a "darkly comic literary hero"
    $2000 15
It's the term for an adult insect after metamorphosis

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Christine Will Haritha
$13,800 $11,200 $9,800

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
In his first term, this president held the first press conference that would be shown on TV--later that day

Final scores:

Christine Will Haritha
$22,800 $0 $1
Finalist 3rd place: $10,000 2nd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Christine Will Haritha
$12,000 $11,200 $10,800
16 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
14 R,
2 W
21 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $34,000

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