Show #4849 - Thursday, October 13, 2005

2005 Back to School Week game 4.


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Mitchell Vogel, from Madison, Wisconsin

Hope Landsem, from Tualatin, Oregon

Joseph Henares, from Avon, Connecticut

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Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This "New" state is the southeast one of "the Four Corners states"
    $200 24
On Aug. 29, 2004 the pabao team from Curacao, led by 168-pound "Big Papi" Pineda, won the Little League version of this
    $200 1
To get your mitts on "Andean folk knits", head for this library section, a word often paired with "arts"
    $200 8
Frosted Brown Sugar Cinnamon is among the 3 most popular flavors of this Kellogg toaster pastry
    $200 17
Most oak & maple trees are deciduous, meaning this happens every year
    $200 2
In Spanish, oro is gold & plata is this metal
    $400 7
Pend Oreille is the largest of the thousands of lakes in this "Gem State"
    $400 27
Little League regulation games last this many innings, so there's no stretch
    $400 3
From the Latin for "to form", it's the noun for made-up stories, from "Moby Dick" to the "Heritage of Horror" novels
    $400 9
In 2003 campers made one of these with approx. 20,000 marshmallows, 7,000 Hershey bars & 24,000 graham crackers
    $400 18
(Jimmy of the Clue Crew shows some animal tracks on the monitor.) To track the striped type of this animal, look for the meandering print pattern, or just follow your nose
    $400 20
This day of the week is domingo
    $600 14
It's the only state that shares its border with only one other state
    $600 28
Unlike Major Leaguers, Little Leaguers may use bats made from this metal, atomic number 13
    $600 4
If someone says, "Go look it up", head for this library section to find "Webster's American Dictionary"
    $600 10
Spice things up with this snack--tortilla chips covered with melted cheese & dare I say jalapenos!
    $600 19
Annuals are plants that live for one year, biennials live for 2 years & this type lives for many years
    $600 21
This pet is un perro
    $800 15
Middlesboro in this state of Abe Lincoln's birth promotes itself as the only U.S. city built within a meteor crater
    $800 5
You can get "The Collected" these of William Carlos Williams or "The Selected" ones of Langston Hughes
    $800 11
Nibblers, like the chocolate chip & white chunk macademia, are bite-size versions of her cookies
    $800 23
The prickly pear, or Indian fig, is neither a pear nor a fig; it's a type of this succulent
    $800 22
Before you turn in a paper, you should check this, la ortografia
    $1000 16
The town of Levan (navel, backwards) is located in the middle of this state whose symbol is a beehive
    DD: $800 13
In slang this 2-word phrase can refer to an event that no longer matters; it's also the section where "Roman Britain" is
    $1000 12
A hike sounds like the right time for this snack that you can make with Chex cereal, M&Ms, raisins & peanuts
    $1000 26
Imperfect flowers lack one of these 2 reproductive organs
    $1000 25
You'll find these, los escritorios, in the classroom

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Joseph Hope Mitchell
$600 $1,800 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Hope Mitchell
$2,200 $2,800 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 1
Colonists protested the Sugar Act of 1764 by famously saying, "No taxation without" this
    $400 9
While the first 5 "Star Wars" movies were all rated PG, "Revenge of the Sith" was rated this due to some violent scenes
    $400 26
Before it was a Broadway musical, "Aida" was one of these, composed by Giuseppe Verdi
    $400 6
It can mean to slaughter animals, or the person at the market who sells meat
    $400 12
This river irrigates millions of acres of land in Egypt & Sudan
    $400 13
Shrek is this type of monster described in dictionaries as a "hideous giant" (how rude!)
    $800 2
This monarch said, "The die is now cast, the colonies must either submit or triumph" upon approving the Intolerable Acts
    $800 14
(Mark Hamill gives the clue.) In the early drafts of "Star Wars", Luke's last name was Starkiller; this, of course, was his last name in the finished film
    $800 27
When a piano is played, this is the term for 3 or more notes sounded together
    $800 7
(Kelly of the Clue Crew delivers the clue from a chemistry lab.) The mortar & pestle, once used to grind materials to make medicine, are still the symbol of this profession
    $800 18
This "monstrous" Scottish lake has the largest volume of fresh water in Great Britain
    $800 21
Parents think it's a person who seats you in a theater; kids know it's this hip-hop hunk seen here
    $1200 3
On Dec. 26, 1776, at this location, Washington's troops woke up to find 4 more inches of snow on the ground
    $1200 15
The only actors to be in all 6 "Star Wars" movies are the men who played these 2 robots
    $1200 28
In a symphony orchestra, this section of instruments usually includes the drums, bells, cymbals & gongs
    $1200 8
If you say you want to be this, you could mean making art for museum walls or keeping those walls white
    DD: $1,400 19
Allahabad, India is a holy city located at the junction of the Jumna River & this more famous one
    $1200 22
Made partly of rope, espadrilles are a type of these that a lot of girls wore in the summer of 2005
    DD: $1,000 4
In the first of a series of pamphlets, he wrote, "Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered"
    $1600 16
In "Attack of the Clones" and "Revenge of the Sith", this old Jedi master was entirely computer-generated
    $1600 10
(Jon of the Clue Crew points to a paper spreadsheet.) In an old-fashioned ledger book, I'm keeping track of money coming in & going out like someone in this job
    $1600 20
The name of this state's Lake Okeechobee is a seminole Indian word meaning "plenty big water"
    $1600 23
From a Latin word for "flow", this watery word often follows "log" in the names of amusement park rides
    $2000 5
Although adopted by Congress in 1777, this temporary constitution did not take effect until 1781
    $2000 17
George Lucas gave this Jedi character a unique purple lightsaber at the request of actor Samuel L. Jackson
    $2000 11
To be this type of translator at the U.N. requires "full auditory comprehension" of 3 of the 6 official U.N. languages
    $2000 25
This salt lake on the border of Asia & Europe is more than 4 times the size of Lake Superior
    $2000 24
Adults think it's a square dance move, but kids know it's a peanut butter sandwich cookie sold by Girl Scouts

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Joseph Hope Mitchell
$12,800 $9,000 $6,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This word comes from the Greek words for "light" & "writing"

Final scores:

Joseph Hope Mitchell
$7,599 $2,500 $2,400
Winner: $10,000 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy! 2nd place: $2,000 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy! 3rd place: $1,000 + an AOL personal computer package + Classroom Jeopardy!

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Joseph Hope Mitchell
$12,600 $9,600 $7,000
15 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
12 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,200

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Game tape date: 2005-09-12
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