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    $800 9
May 22, 1972:
Ceylon officially becomes the Republic of this

Show #6022 - Tuesday, November 16, 2010

2010-B College Championship semifinal game 2.


Hans von Walter, a junior from Southern Adventist University from Avon Park, Florida

Ellen Eichner, a junior from the Ohio State University from Northbrook, Illinois

Steve Greene, a senior from UCLA from Elk Grove, California

Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
The ides of March 44 B.C.:
He is murdered as he enters a Senate meeting
    $200 1
Him, for directing "Schindler's List"
    $200 18
Rembrandt, for 1669's "Return of the Prodigal Son"
    $200 14
You can help by loading these into a carousel to show art, & wondering when your school is going to go digital
    $200 22
Naturalist John Muir was the first president of this environmentally friendly "Club"
    $200 11
Featuring roller coasters, Ohio's Cedar Point is one of these parks with a gleeful name
    $400 7
June 15, 1215:
At Runnymede, King John puts his seal on this document
    $400 2
Geoffrey Fletcher, for writing this, "Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire"
    $400 27
An actor; it's synonymous with theatrical makeup
    $400 15
Your presentation on strict constructionism of this document saved your law professor having to prep a lecture
    $400 23
The world's first national park was Yellowstone, opened in 1872; this country opened its first park at Banff in 1887
    $400 12
Matthew 14:27 says, "Jesus spake unto them, saying, be of good" this
    DD: $2,400 8
November 10, 1871:
These 2 have a historic meeting in the Central African village of Ujiji
    $600 3
This singer, for her role of Effie in "Dreamgirls" (& I am telling you she was going onstage to accept the award)
    $600 28
It's how Krylon & Valspar are meant to be applied
    $600 16
Arrange the geology field trip to see exposed this, defined as what underlies loose material like soil
    $600 24
In 1970 the first Earth Day was celebrated & this government body, the EPA, was established
    $600 13
In 2006 the kitchen classic called this "of Cooking" celebrated its 75th anniversary
    $800 9
May 22, 1972:
Ceylon officially becomes the Republic of this
    $800 4
Him, for his role of Rod Tidwell in "Jerry Maguire"; show him the Oscar!
    $800 29
To create a glow-in-the-dark Halloween display; it's from the Latin for "light"
    $800 17
Mr., your condescension gave your women's studies class new insight into this, domination by male elders
    $800 25
In 1872 Scottish scientist Robert Angus Smith first described this toxic precipitation & its effects
    $800 20
A candy made of fruit juice & gelatin is called Turkish this
    $1000 10
June 10, 1864:
This archduke is crowned Emperor of Mexico
    $1000 5
These 2 brothers, for their adapted screenplay for "No Country for Old Men"
    $1000 30
A Native American adorning himself, not necessarily for battle as implied
    $1000 19
Your econ prof thanks you for photocopying key passages of this 1776 Adam Smith work for everyone
    $1000 26
Representatives from 150 countries met in this Japanese city in 1997 to agree to an accord to reduce greenhouse gases
    $1000 21
Gretchen Rubin chronicled a year in which she tried to be more gleeful in a blog & a book called this "Project"

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

Steve Ellen Hans
$1,400 -$800 $7,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ellen Hans
$4,000 $1,000 $7,800

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $400 16
The Prince of Morocco & the Prince of Arragon are suitors to Portia in this play
    $400 1
Hayden Moss, who played baseball at ASU, stole home with $500,000 as the victorious houseguest on this CBS show
    $400 6
From 1869 to 1874 Gustav Nachtigal explored this desert, becoming the first to cross from Lake Chad to the White Nile
    $400 24
If an archaeologist is holding this 6-letter hand-held triangular digging tool, she might be going to a dig site
    $400 11
This state's Door Peninsula juts out between Green Bay & Lake Michigan
    $400 25
Keep it up & you'll go far:
    $800 2
Last 3 words in the title of the sitcom with William Shatner as cranky father Ed Goodson
    $800 10
Around 2750 B.C. Hannu, an Egyptian, sailed down this sea, reaching what is now Ethiopia & Somalia
    $800 17
Also a Keanu sci fi movie, it's the layers of rock surrounding fossilized bones
    $800 15
This triangular peninsula was occupied by Israeli forces during the Six Day War
    $1200 26
Don Pedro, Prince of Aragon, attempts to promote romances on behalf of Benedick & Claudio in this comedy
    $1200 3
Having scaled Everest at age 23, Bear Grylls began hosting this survivalist show on Discovery in 2006
    $1200 7
In the late 1770s Robert Gordon explored this present-day country from the High Veldt to the Orange River
    $1200 18
From the Latin for "made by skill", it's a portable object like a tool or a weapon made or used in the past
    $1200 14
This Mexican peninsula lies between the Gulf of Mexico & the Caribbean Sea
    $1600 22
Orsino, the Duke of Illyria, gets this play's immortal first line: "If music be the food of love, play on"
    $1600 4
"Fatal Vows: The Alexandra O'Hara Story" & "Mother, May I Sleep With Danger?" are films on this women's "Movie Network"
    $1600 8
In 1503, on his second voyage to India, he established Portuguese trading posts at Sofala & Mozambigue
    DD: $1,600 19
Also called "foragers", these hyphenated early nomadic people depended on wild food sources
    DD: $3,200 12
The Adriatic, Ionian & Black Seas wash the shores of this peninsula
    $1600 27
They bravely go up Down Under:
    $2000 21
Fortinbras, a character in "Hamlet", is the prince of this country
    $2000 5
USA's website for this action drama says, "When spies get fired, they don't get a letter from human resources"
    $2000 9
John Hanning Speke & this fellow Brit had a long-running feud as to the real source of the Nile
    $2000 20
Meaning "in place", the term "in" this means the position in which a discovery is first uncovered
    $2000 13
It's no folly--the northern tip of this Alaskan peninsula lies within the Arctic Circle
    $2000 23
A non-state U.S. postal abbreviation:

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Ellen Hans
$6,400 $6,200 $20,200
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

The title character of this opera addresses his son in the aria "Sois immobile" ("hold yourself still")

Final scores:

Steve Ellen Hans
$12,779 $4,200 $18,178
2nd place: $10,000 3rd place: $10,000 Finalist

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Steve Ellen Hans
$6,400 $6,200 $18,400
13 R,
3 W
10 R,
3 W
24 R
(including 2 DDs),
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $31,000

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