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JEOPARDY! Game - February 9, 2004

Teen Tournament Contestants

Jennifer Wu, Sophomore from Arkadelphia, AR
Zach Schoepflin, Sophomore from Centerport, NY
Emily Birkel, Junior from Indianapolis, IN

JEOPARDY! Round - February 9, 2004

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The number in parentheses preceding the clue denotes the order in which the clue was played.

GEOGRAPHY
SPORTS TALK
DO YOU SPEAK COMPUTER?
HEALTH MATTERS
OVER A FOOT LONG
STUPID ANSWERS
$200 - Jennifer

(26) Pope John Paul II was born in Wadowice in this country


$200 - Zach

(21) In baseball the designated hitter usually hits in place of this person


$200 - Zach

(6) RAM & ROM are 2 types of this important computer storage


$200 - Emily

(10) Exercise can increase the HDL or good kind of this in your blood while lowering the bad


$200 - Jennifer

(15) This statue's fingernails are 13 inches long


$200 - Jennifer

(1) This current U.S. coin, a cupro-nickel composition, is 25 % nickel


$400 - Jennifer

(27) Tamil Nadu & Uttar Pradesh are states in this country


$400 - Zach

(22) In basketball this line is 15 feet from the basket


$400 - Emily

(7) It's the decorative term for the background design on your computer screen


$400 - Zach

(11) For added protection against cavities, you can use a rinse with this compound that's also added to water supplies


$400 - Jennifer

(16) Used by violinists, it's slightly incurved & about 30 inches long


$400 - Jennifer

(2) The "C" in NASCAR stands for this


$600 - Jennifer

(28) The name of this French Riviera city is spelled like an English word meaning "pleasant"


$600 - Zach

(23) It's typical in this sport to "address the ball"


$600 - Emily

(8) It's the "rigid" disk inside your computer magnetized to hold the operating system & lots of data


$600 - Jennifer

(12) Rhinology is the study of this body part & rhinoplasty is plastic surgery performed on it


$600 - Jennifer

(17) On the crested variety of this rodent, the quills can be over 14 inches long


$600 - Zach

(3) In Oct. 2003 police in Monroe Township, Penn. looked for a cat burglar who stole these from a local shelter


$800 - Jennifer

(29) Bolivia has 2 capitals: Sucre (judicial) & this one (administrative)


$800 - Zach

(24) In tennis, 2 of the tournaments that make up the Grand Slam


$800 - Jennifer

(9) Lotus & Excel are 2 popular versions of this type of computer program that puts data in rows & columns


$800 - Jennifer

(13) Because it's often contracted in a pool, otitis externa is popularly called this


$800 - Emily

(18) This Biblical measure was equal to about 18 inches


$800 - Zach

(4) According to The New Book of Knowledge, the panhandle of Texas is located next to this part of Oklahoma


$1000 - Zach

(30) The largest of Japan's 4 chief islands, it's considered the mainland of Japan


$1000 - Jennifer

(25) (Video) Hi, I'm Trent Green of the NFL. A football field is often called this, because the pattern of lines resembles a certain cooking utensil


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(20) It's not a small Granny Smith, it's a small piece of computer code that can be transferred over the internet


(-$1000) - Jennifer

(14) If you've got sensitive skin, look for soap, lotion & even earrings labeled with this 14-letter word

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1000 - Zach

(19) This insulating fat of marine mammals can be up to 20 inches thick in some whales


$1000 - Zach

(5) Each year this national magazine sponsors a geographic-based bee for kids


Scores at the first commercial break:
Zach: $3,000
Jennifer: $1,800
Emily: $1,200

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Zach: $7,000
Jennifer: $6,000
Emily: $2,000


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 9, 2004

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AMERICAN LITERATURE
TV NETWORK ABBREV.
BORN IN THE 20th CENTURY
LABOR UNIONS
IT'S A GROUP THING
CROSSWORD CLUES "V"
$400 - Emily

(1) Like many of his works, Steinbeck's story "Flight" takes place along the coast of this state's Monterey county


$400 - Emily

(11) A pioneer in cable:
HBO


$400 - Zach

(14) A 1924 birthdate means that in 2004 you'd become this 12-letter word for an 80-year-old


$400 - Triple Stumper

(24) In 1982 their union created a Burn Injury Research Foundation


$400 - Jennifer

(19) Also known as the Grand Old Party, this political group was formed in the early 1850s


$400 - Zach

(6) A, E, I, O, U
(6 letters)


$800 - Zach

(2) A year before "Little Women" was published, she became editor of a juvenile magazine called "Merry's Museum"


(-$800) - Zach

(-$800) - Emily

(12) You can become a member:
PBS


(-$800) - Jennifer

$800 - Zach

(15) Born on or after Jan. 1, 1959? You can't remember a time when this dictator hasn't been in power


$800 - Emily

(27) (Video) Raise your hand if you have a question for President Sandra Feldman of the American Federation of these


$800 - Jennifer

(20) (Video of Sofia in Barcelona, Spain)
The Temple de la Sagrada Familia will one day have 12 bell towers, representing this Biblical group


(-$1000) - Zach

(7) A, B, C, D, K
(8 letters)

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1000


$1200 - Jennifer

(3) Herman Melville's 18-month voyage aboard the whaler Acushnet provided a factual basis for this 1851 novel


(-$1200) - Zach

(-$1200) - Emily

$1200 - Jennifer

(13) It operates under a Royal Charter:
The BBC


(-$1200) - Zach

$1200 - Jennifer

(16) Being born in '46 would make you one of the first of the 75 million Americans part of this postwar generation


(-$1200) - Emily

(28) The United Food & Commercial Workers Union wants to organize "associates" at this largest U.S. employer


$1200 - Zach

(21) These 9 sister goddesses, the daughters of Zeus & Mnemosyne, presided over various arts


$1200 - Emily

(8) "Pitted" snake
(5 letters)


$1600 - Zach

(4) "A sense of insufferable gloom pervaded my spirit" on glimpsing the title home in this Poe tale


(-$1600) - Jennifer

(-$1600) - Emily

(-$1600) - Zach

(25) One of the original networks:
CBS


(-$2000) - Jennifer

(17) 1935 babies were just old enough to be drafted for this 3-year-long conflict

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) The United Farm Workers, Mine Workers & Steelworkers are all affiliated with this organization


$1600 - Zach

(22) When he was Texas Governor, George W. Bush sometimes was guarded by this group (not the baseball team)


$1600 - Emily

(9) The spice of life
(7 letters)


$2000 - Emily

(5) About this book Emerson wrote to Whitman, "I am very happy in reading it, as great power makes us happy"


$2000 - Jennifer

(26) Learn about the lives of your favorite stars:
A & E


(-$2000) - Zach

(-$2000) - Emily

(18) Old Mrs. Kerfuffle looks good for someone born in this year in which Pres. Wilson signed the Treaty of Versailles


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) (Video) The symbol seen here is of IBEW, the International Brotherhood representing these workers


$2000 - Zach

(23) Traditionally labeled Group 0 on the periodic table, they include argon & xenon


$2000 - Emily

(10) Word for word
(8 letters)


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Jennifer: $8,400
Zach: $8,000
Emily: $3,600


Final JEOPARDY!

PRESIDENTIAL RELATIVES
(Video) He's the U.S. President whose great-grandson is seen here taking part in a special celebration

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Emily: $3,600 + $1,000
Zach: $8,000 + $1,200
Jennifer: $8,400 + $7,601


Final Scores
Jennifer: $16,001
Zach: $9,200
Emily: $4,600

Jennifer: $11,400 (19 right, includes 2 rebounds; 4 wrong, includes 2 DDs)
Zach: $9,000 (19 right, includes 1 rebound; 6 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Emily: $3,600 (11 right; 5 wrong)
Total: $24,000

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