National College Championship game #7 - Friday, February 11, 2022

2022 National College Championship quarterfinal game 7.


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Kaden Lee, a junior at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington

Liz Feltner, a senior at Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts

Jess Agyepong, a senior from Howard University in Washington, D.C.

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Jeopardy! Round

THE 1920s
    $200 30
In 1959 Arlene Pieper became the USA's first woman to finish one of these races, at Pikes Peak: Boston refused her entry
    $200 29
"When life gives you lemons..."
    $200 27
It was all the rage & musicians like Louis Armstrong & Bix Beiderbecke made the 1920s its "Age"
    $200 23
In a David Hazan graphic novel, the Sheriff of Nottingham is after a serial killer & terrorists lurk in this forest
    $200 28
Since 1909 when it was "bring your own basket", this wholesome outdoor gathering has been a tradition at UC Davis
    $200 26
Those born under the sign of Aquarius are said to be assertive, like this billionaire behind the OWN TV network
    $400 19
In 1907 Harvard grad Alain Locke became the first African-American recipient of one of these Oxford awards
    $400 20
"I came, I saw, ..."
    $400 21
This term was used for a new kind of emancipated woman who rebelled against ladylike conventionality
    $400 22
Anchee Min's "Wild Ginger" is set against the backdrop of this revolution launched by Mao in his final years
    $400 24
At Swans Trail Farm in Snohomish, Washington, the whole family can enjoy picking these from trees
    $400 25
This "Creed" star & this basketball legend of the same name are both Aquarians
    $600 18
This Cleveland museum opened its doors September 2, 1995 & celebrated with a concert
    $600 17
A legal principle:
"Ignorance of the law is..."
    $600 16
She rose to fame as a groundbreaking fashion designer & also introduced an iconic perfume
    $600 13
A tale of immigrants from Africa is Imbolo Mbue's "Behold" these people, also a term for DACA recipients
    $600 12
On a summer day, you're not too old to run through these, such as the oscillating type
    $600 15
Seen here, this actress has grown into being an activist for STEM awareness
    DD: $4,800 9
This first manned U.S. space flight program got off the ground with the 1961 launch of Alan Shepard in Freedom 7
    $800 10
Among AFI's 100 Greatest Movie Quotes of All Time:
"E.T. ..."
    $800 2
At almost 80 years old, he attended the dedication of his father's memorial in 1922
    $800 4
In "The Code Breaker" we learn of Jennifer Doudna & her work on this gene-editing technology
    $800 11
Unlike the -boarding activity, in this one, you drop the tow rope
    $800 14
This singer was actually born on Friday, Feb. 16, 1990 in Toronto to parents from Ethiopia
    $1000 8
On April 14, 1910 he became the first president to throw out the first pitch at the start of a Major League Baseball game
    $1000 7
A principle often attributed to Hippocrates & followed by doctors:
"First do..."
    $1000 1
Gertrude Stein used this 2-word term to describe a group of disillusioned American writers in Europe
    $1000 3
The title character in this Paulo Coelho novel turns lead into gold for young Santiago
    $1000 5
At the 2020 NCAA D-1 championships of this discipline, Conner Mantz' 10k made him the first American individual champ since 2008
    $1000 6
The roots of this drummer seen here go back to Philadelphia & January 20, 1971

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

Jess Liz Kaden
$1,400 $1,200 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jess Liz Kaden
$4,600 $2,400 $1,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Mayim: The World Health Organization.)
    $400 25
This leading city of Northern Ireland is home to Queen's University
    $400 11
His national memorial in Washington, D.C. was unveiled in 2011
    $400 26
A flapping of an insect's wings, or your eyelashes
    $400 27
Ewan McGregor plays a grown-up Danny Torrance in "Doctor Sleep", the sequel to this 1980 classic
    $400 28
The title femme of this Flaubert novel is married to a country doctor named Charles
    $400 30
As this group was forming in 1945, Brazil & China asked for a global health organization; the W.H.O. would show up in 1948
    DD: $1,600 24
It's the only country that borders Venezuela & Ecuador
    $800 8
Journalist & activist Ida B. Wells-Barnett helped found this civil rights organization in 1909
    $800 6
You probably wear "safety" ones in chem lab
    $800 22
This Simon Pegg horror comedy puns on the title of a George Romero flick
    $800 15
In this novel, a flight surgeon named Doc Daneeka explains a paradoxical Army regulation about grounding fliers to Yossarian
    $800 29
In 2021 the W.H.O. recommended a promising vaccine for this disease that kills some 250,000 sub-Saharan children a year
    $1200 2
It's the name of the capital of Alberta, Canada & also of a northern suburb of London
    $1200 4
With justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's passing, he became the second-oldest member of the Supreme Court
    $1200 5
This type of chocolate has a set of double consonants & double vowels
    $1200 9
Stephen Lang played a character simply known as "The Blind Man" in this 2016 film & returned for its 2021 sequel
    DD: $3,000 13
Dr. Bernard Rieux treats the first victim of the title disease in this Camus novel
    $1200 17
Seen here, Korea's first W.H.O. chief, Lee Jong-wook, was this type of doctor that focuses on diseases affecting many at a time
    $1600 1
In 2019 Astana, capital of this "stan", was renamed Nur-Sultan after retiring leader Nursultan Nazarbayev
    $1600 3
In 2021 President Biden mourned this first black Secretary of State as a "dear friend"
    $1600 20
Enriching a treasury is "filling" these, with the same derivation as a place to put the dead
    $1600 10
"Drag Me to Hell" is a spine-tingling entry from this director of "The Evil Dead" & "Spider-Man"
    $1600 12
This Steinbeck work that's set in Monterey is dedicated to Ed Ricketts, on whom the character of Doc is partly based
    $1600 16
The W.H.O. helps in global crises, like the decade-long one in this Mideast country that it aids with cross-border partners in Turkey
    $2000 23
Meaning "west" in Arabic, this term is used for the region that includes most of Africa North of the Sahara
    $2000 7
Published in 1773, her book of poems on various subjects religious & moral contained an endorsement from John Hancock
    $2000 21
The art of training a horse in precise movements, perhaps to prepare for a competition
    $2000 19
Ari Aster followed up "Hereditary" with this "seasonal" tale of a trip to a Swedish festival that goes horribly awry
    $2000 14
"En Folkefiende" is the original title of this Ibsen play in which Dr. Stockmann tries to alert a town to its contaminated water
    $2000 18
The logo of the W.H.O. displays the rod of this Greek god of healing who inspired a serpentine cult

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jess Liz Kaden
$8,400 $8,400 $3,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1793 a French clergyman called the destruction of libraries & sculptures this, using the name of a 5th century tribe

Final scores:

Jess Liz Kaden
$0 $16,800 $3,400
3rd place: $10,000 Winner: semifinalist 2nd place: $10,000

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Jess Liz Kaden
$16,200 $8,400 $5,000
24 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
11 R,
0 W
12 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $29,600

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Game tape date: 2021-11-21
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