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JEOPARDY! Game - May 3, 2004

Kids Week Contestants

Alex Silady, 6th grader from Edison, NJ
Naomi Senbet, 6th grader from Washington, D.C.
Crystal Durham, 7th grader from Fort Pierce, FL

JEOPARDY! Round - May 3, 2004

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

NEW ZEALAND
WOULD YOU LIKE A BEVERAGE?
MUSIC CLASS
MOTHER GOOSE
RIGHT ON THE MONEY
DOUBLE A, B, Cs
$200 - Alex

(21) Our winter is New Zealand's summer, so this man they call "Father Christmas" swelters in traditional getup


$200 - Alex

(1) At lunch counters in the U.S., this beverage is sometimes called moo or moo-juice


$200 - Crystal

(4) It's the 2-word term for a country's official patriotic song


$200 - Crystal

(25) Old King Cole called for his pipe, his bowl & 3 of these musicians


$200 - Naomi

(16) The Illinois commemorative quarter depicts the skyline of this, the state's largest city


$200 - Alex

(2) I'm this, you're glue, everything you say bounces off me & sticks to you


$400 - Alex

(22) In the Maori language, waka is this type of boat of which Maoris were master builders


$400 - Naomi

(5) Combine root beer & ice cream & you've created one of these beverages


$400 - Alex

(9) Related to jazz, this "colorful" style of music, typically sad & slow, is often accompanied by harmonica


$400 - Alex

(26) In later verses, this title woman goes to the alehouse, the tavern & the cobbler, all for her poor dog


$400 - Alex

(3) (Video) You're looking at the back of a U.S. bill. On its face, you'll see the face of this President


$400 - Triple Stumper

(12) (Video) Last name of the comic page character seen here


$600 - Alex

(23) Hawaiians call the 48 contiguous states this; it's also what New Zealanders call South Island


$600 - Crystal

(6) It's the "official" sports beverage of the NFL, the NBA & the PGA


$600 - Alex

(10) In a symphony orchestra the 4 main groups of instruments are strings, woodwinds, percussion & this


$600 - Crystal

(27) "Jack Sprat could eat no fat, his wife could eat no" this; together "they licked the platter clean"


$600 - Crystal

(17) 1 of 2 non-Presidents on the front of U.S. paper currency in general circulation


$600 - Crystal

(13) If you hear laughter, you may be hearing this son of Abraham & Sarah whose name means "laughter"


$800 - Crystal

(24) (Video) A New Zealand government building is known as this, for the insect structure it resembles


$800 - Alex

(7) One of the world's most popular beverages is this drink made by boiling certain shredded leaves in water


$800 - Crystal

(11) It's an interval of 8 successive notes on the scale; C to C, for example


$800 - Crystal

(28) "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, how does your garden grow? With silver bells and" these, "and pretty maids all in a row"


(-$800) - Alex

$800 - Naomi

(18) This Cabinet department's seal appears on all U.S. paper currency


(-$1200) - Crystal

(14) Your parents hate it when you're this, meaning unreasonably obstinate

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $1200


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1000) - Naomi

$1000 - Crystal

(8) When topped with foam, the espresso type of this beverage becomes cappuccino


$1000 - Alex

(20) (Video) He's the composer of the famous march performed here by Grambling University's Tiger Marching Band


$1000 -

CLUE NOT REVEALED FOR LACK OF TIME


(-$1000) - Alex

$1000 - Crystal

(19) A "D" on U.S. coins indicates the coin was minted in Denver; a "P", this city


(-$1000) - Crystal

$1000 - Alex

(15) You use this mark to denote which syllable is stressed


Scores at the first commercial break:
Crystal: $3,200
Alex: $2,600
Naomi: -$600

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Crystal: $5,000
Alex: $4,400
Naomi: $400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - May 3, 2004

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D.C.'IN YOU
ASTRONOMY
GRAB BAG
HISTORIC KIDS
THE SMALLEST IN AREA
YOU NEED A TIME OUT
$400 - Naomi

(1) On September 9, 1983 a petition was submitted to Congress asking that the district be made this


$400 - Alex

(24) A galactic cluster known as the Pleiades is in this constellation known as "The Bull"


$400 - Crystal

(12) The Megabite, which set a world record in 1997 for the largest one of these flown, was 210 feet long including the tails


$400 - Alex

(19) Discovered as a child by P.T. Barnum, tiny 25" tall Charles Stratton became known as Tom this


$400 - Crystal

(6) France,
Spain,
Portugal


$400 - Triple Stumper

(10) A type of time out that sounds like what a puppy has 4 of


$800 - Alex

(2) (Video of Cheryl
at the White House)

The White House has been known as this "Mansion," also the branch of our government that works here


$800 - Alex

(25) In 1610 Galileo became the first to find other moons when he saw moons orbiting this giant planet


$800 - Crystal

(13) It's the only even prime number


$800 - Crystal

(20) He was only 9 or 10 when he became Egypt's Pharaoh sometime around 1348 B.C.


$800 - Crystal

(7) Panama,
Brazil,
Argentina


$800 - Alex

(11) This word for a period of time away from work or school comes from the Latin word for "to be empty"


$1200 - Naomi

(3) The NSO, the National Symphony Orchestra, has been playing at this center since 1971, the year it opened


$1200 - Alex

(26) In 1705 this English astronomer predicted the 1758 return of the comet now named for him


$1200 - Crystal

(14) This Jewish festival begins on the eve of the 25th day of Kislev, which in 2004 is December 8, & lasts 8 days


$1200 - Crystal

(22) John Smith said that this girl was about 10 when he met her in 1607 (She looked a little older in the Disney movie)


(-$1200) - Crystal

$1200 - Naomi

(8) Austria,
Russia,
Italy


$1200 - Alex

(18) (Video of Sarah
in Mexico)

In Mexico, a small store may close during early afternoon because the owner is taking a nap, called this


(-$1600) - Alex

$1600 - Naomi

(4) In 1846 the District of Columbia gave back about 30 square miles of its area to this state


$2000 - Alex

(27) In 1905 Percival Lowell began a search for this planet, which was discovered in 1930, 14 years after his death

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


$1600 - Crystal

(15) It's the drawer in a refrigerator for storing vegetables, or how it should make your vegetables sound


$1600 - Alex

(29) When he became the heir to the English throne at age 10, he probably had no idea he'd get married 6 times


$1600 - Alex

(9) Alaska,
Florida,
California


$1600 - Alex

(21) This single word for a time out implies that you take the time to inhale & exhale


$2000 - Naomi

(5) Get off the Metro at Farragut North to visit this society's Explorers Hall


$2000 - Alex

(28) Around 2700 B.C. Thuban was the north star; today, this is the north star


$2000 - Crystal

(16) This country's official name is Bundesrepublik Deutschland


$3000 - Alex

(30) In 1815, at age 6, this future writer of scary stories moved to Great Britain with his foster family, the Allans

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $3000


$2000 - Crystal

(17) China,
Japan,
South Korea


$2000 - Alex

(23) A phrase meaning "stop shooting" got combined into this word for a truce in combat


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Alex: $22,200
Crystal: $15,000
Naomi: $6,800


Final JEOPARDY!

THE WESTERN U.S.
2 popular places for swimming in this national park are in Firehole Canyon & at Boiling River

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Naomi: $6,800 - $1,500
Crystal: $15,000 + $700
Alex: $22,200 - $9,800


Final Scores
Crystal: $15,700
Alex: $12,400
Naomi: $5,300

Alex: $20,800 (26 right, includes 2 DDs & 1 rebound; 3 wrong)
Crystal: $16,200 (21 right, includes 2 rebounds; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Naomi: $6,800 (8 right, includes 3 rebounds; 1 wrong)
Total: $43,800

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