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JEOPARDY! Game - February 19, 2004

Teen Tournament Contestants

Chris Holden, Senior from Carlisle, PA
Jennifer Wu, Sophomore from Arkadelphia, AR
Courtney Bennis, Senior from Virginia Beach, VA

JEOPARDY! Round - February 19, 2004

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

U.S. GOVERNMENT
MOM SAYS ...
MUSIC CLASS
3 LETTERS LONG
A TRIP TO THE MOON
ARE YOU GAME?
$200 - Jennifer

(4) The Constitution states that all revenue bills must originate in this legislative body


$200 - Jennifer

(21) (Video of Cheryl) You call that music? When I was your age, we listened to real music, like The Who, The Stones, and this other group from England we called the Fab Four.


(-$200) - Chris

(-$200) - Courtney

(2) Disc jockey Alan Freed is credited with giving this 3-word style of music its name back in 1951


$200 - Jennifer

(1) Titanic wireless operator Jack Phillips sent out two 3-letter distress calls, CQD & this new one


$200 - Jennifer

(26) As of 1988, the U.S. Census Bureau determined that 13 % of the U.S. still believed part of the moon was made of this


$200 - Chris

(9) This popular playground hopping game may have begun in the Roman Empire as a military training exercise


$400 - Jennifer

(14) The eagle on the Great Seal of the U.S. holds an olive branch & these, signifying peace & war


$400 - Chris

(22) (Video of Cheryl) You're going out with your friends? Wouldn't you rather stay home and watch grandpa's home movies from Mt. Rushmore, in this state?


$400 - Chris

(3) Traditionally, the strings on the Irish type of this instrument are plucked with the nails rather than the fingertips


$400 - Chris

(5) If the word "alias" had an alias, it would be these 3 letters


$400 - Jennifer

(27) This force on the surface of the moon is about one-sixth of what it is on the Earth's surface


$400 - Chris

(10) One of the 2 utilities you can purchase in Monopoly


$600 - Chris

(16) According to the 20th Amendment to the Constitution, sessions of Congress shall begin on the 3rd day of this month


$600 - Courtney

(23) (Video of Cheryl) Oh, you're not going anywhere. You're grounded. You came in at 2 AM when this 6-letter limit was 10 PM.


$600 - Chris

(6) Due to his deafness, he last performed in public in 1814


$600 - Chris

(15) This port lets you plug in a whole host of peripheral devices


(-$600) - Jennifer

(28) The large dark areas of the moon's surface are called maria or these


$600 - Courtney

(11) It's the classic game where you might hear "Right foot on red"


$800 - Courtney

(17) General term for a court that reviews a trial court's decision at the losing party's request


$800 - Chris

(24) (Video of Cheryl) You are not going to school wearing that, young lady. It's exposing this body part, your umbilicus.


$800 - Chris

(7) A Bohemian dance of the 1800s gave rise to this lively form of music heard here


$800 - Courtney

(18) Between April & October, the hour of the day in Maine may be followed by these 3 letters


$800 - Chris

(29) It's estimated that the moon has about 3 trillion of these including one that's 13,000 feet deep


$800 - Chris

(12) "Bastion of Broken Souls" is a version of this role-playing game


(-$1000) - Chris

(20) This office, the GAO, audits governmental agencies & reports its findings to Congress


$1000 - Chris

(25) (Video of Cheryl) If you have your eye on any bling bling, you better do your chores, so you can get this, from the Latin for "to praise."


$500 - Chris

(8) Often used to announce royalty, a fanfare is a short musical piece usually for this instrument

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $500


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(19) Boost the sound in your car with this brand of speakers from Harman International


$1000 - Chris

(30) As many as 3 times a year, when the moon passes through the Earth's shadow, one of these occurs


$1000 - Chris

(13) In chess, it's considered the next most powerful piece after the queen


Scores at the first commercial break:
Chris: $5,500
Courtney: $400
Jennifer: $800

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $9,100
Courtney: $2,600 (Originally $1,000. The judges reversed a ruling on an $800 clue.)
Jennifer: $1,000 (Originally $200. An incorrect $800 response was removed due to a revised decision.)


Double JEOPARDY! Round - February 19, 2004

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STATE FLAGS
SPORTS
MOUNTAINS
BEYOND REASON
PLAY STATION
PREFIXES & SUFFIXES
$400 - Chris

(1) December 7, 1787 -- the date it ratified the Constitution -- is on its flag


$400 - Courtney

(19) In the 2003 World Series, the Yankees scored a total of 21 runs, this team only 17, but it still won


$400 - Courtney

(2) One of Europe's few active volcanoes, Stromboli lies in the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast of this nation's "toe"


$400 - Jennifer

(3) Legend says in 1657 the ceremonial cremation of an unlucky kimono started a fire that burned 3/4 of this city


$400 - Jennifer

(9) Fortinbras is the Prince of Norway in this Shakespeare tragedy


$400 - Chris

(13) Cardio- is this body part


$800 - Chris

(4) On this state's flag, adopted in 1907, a sheaf of grain, not a potato, symbolizes state agriculture


$800 - Chris

(20) For its auction of game-used collectibles, the NFL uses this popular internet auction site


$800 - Courtney

(18) At 6,952 feet above sea level, Hvannadalshnukur is this North Atlantic island nation's highest point


$800 - Chris

(5) This team that sold Babe Ruth to the Yankees is said to labor under "the curse of the Bambino"


$800 - Chris

(14) The cruel Miss Hannigan runs the Municipal Orphanage in this perennial favorite


$800 - Courtney

(23) Kilo- means this number


(-$1200) - Chris

(-$1200) - Courtney

(10) A badger & the year 1848 appear on this state's flag


$1200 - Jennifer

(25) (Video) This sports star seen here in 1978 is all grown up, and announced his engagement in 2003


$2000 - Chris

(21) Jabal Katrinah on this peninsula is Egypt's highest peak; in the 1970s, during occupation, it was Israel's high point

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1200 - Chris

(6) In 1969 Governor Jimmy Carter filed a report of sighting one of these luminous objects


$1200 - Chris

(15) A slob & a neat freak become roommates in this Neil Simon comedy


$1200 - Chris

(24) Semi- & hemi- both mean this


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(11) Appropriately, this "Evergreen State" is the only state that has a green flag


$1600 - Courtney

(29) The WUSA, the USA's women's league in this sport, folded September 15, 2003


$1600 - Jennifer

(22) The 1980 eruption of Mount Saint Helens in this Washington range was the first in the lower 48 states since 1917


(-$2000) - Chris

(7) From the Latin for "to forewarn", it's a sensation of what will happen in the future

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Chris

(16) This 1959 play is based on the true story of Helen Keller & the woman who taught her to communicate


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(26) -one can refer to a compound containing this gaseous element, atomic no. 8


(-$2000) - Jennifer

(12) The motto on this state's flag is translated as "If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(30) (Video) Hi, I'm Becky Hammon. I'm carrying a torch -- not for someone, but on my uniform as a member of this WNBA team


(-$2000) - Courtney

$2000 - Jennifer

(28) Tblisi, Georgia is a major city in this range


(-$2000) - Courtney

(-$2000) - Jennifer

(8) Mali's Dogon may have known centuries ago of this brightest star's companion star, invisible to the naked eye


$2000 - Chris

(17) Tragic plays by Sophocles include this guy "the King" & "at Colonus"


(-$2000) - Courtney

$2000 - Jennifer

(27) xantho- is yellow; cyano- is this color


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Chris: $19,100 (Lock game)
Jennifer: $4,600
Courtney: -$600


Final JEOPARDY!

THE UNITED NATIONS
Of the 6 official languages used by the U.N., the one that's the native tongue of the largest number of people

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Chris: $19,100 + $4,200
Jennifer: $4,600 + $500


Final Scores
Chris: $23,300
Jennifer: $5,100
Courtney: -$600 (Will carry over as $0 for Game 2)

Chris: $20,800 (28 right, includes 2 DDs; 4 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Jennifer: $4,600 (12 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong)
Courtney: -$600 (9 right; 5 wrong)
Total: $24,800

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