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JEOPARDY! Game - November 19, 2003

College Championship Contestants

Josh Perkins, Rice University Sophomore from Houston, TX
Robby Schrum, Yale University Junior from Crown Point, IN
Heather Groggel, Concordia University Wisconsin Junior from Oxford, OH

JEOPARDY! Round - November 19, 2003

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

SPEECH!
LORDS OF THE RING
JEFFERSON, LINCOLN OR CLINTON
EAT YOUR FOREIGN VEGETABLES
SLOGANEERING
"FAT" CHANCE
$200 - Josh

(16) Speaking at an 1848 convention, Elizabeth Cady Stanton said, "We now demand our right to" do this


$200 - Robby

(22) In a 2001 film, Will Smith played this heavyweight boxer known as "The Greatest"


$200 - Josh

(6) A state capital is not named after him


$200 - Josh

(11) In Italy these are distinguished as peperoni rossi & peperoni verdi


$200 - Josh

(26) "Betcha can't eat just one" of this brand of potato chips


$200 - Josh

(1) Informal military uniforms


$400 - Triple Stumper

(17) He was a Vice Presidential candidate when he made his famous "Checkers" speech in 1952


$400 - Robby

(18) Nickname shared by middleweight champ Graziano, heavyweight champ Marciano & a certain movie title hero


$400 - Robby

(7) Did not serve 2 full terms as President


(-$400) - Robby

$400 - Heather

(12) In Espanol it's espinaca (& I'm still not eating it)


$400 - Robby

(27) This leading newspaper exhibits "all the news that's fit to print"


$400 - Josh

(2) The prodigal son's father serves it up for him in the Book of Luke


$600 - Robby

(19) Once a prisoner, his 1994 inaugural address included the words "Let freedom reign ... God bless Africa ... thank you"


$600 - Robby

(23) Seen here, he's been a heavyweight boxing champ since 2001


$600 - Robby

(8) An accomplished violinist


$600 - Robby

(13) In French they're petits pois & weird people use a knife & honey to eat them


$600 - Josh

(28) Use this shipping company "when it absolutely, positively has to be there overnight"


$600 - Robby

(3) He's the early Rock & Roll legend heard here: "I found my freedom on Blueberry Hill"


(-$2600) - Robby

(20) She's the speaker heard here in the 1930s: "And in all the marvels of modern invention, that with which I am most concerned is, of course, air transportation. Flying is perhaps the most dramatic of recent scientific attainments."

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2600


$800 - Triple Stumper

(24) Early in his career Joe Louis boxed his way to become a champ in these amateur competitions that began in 1926


$800 - Robby

(9) Married a Yale graduate


$800 - Robby

(14) In Polish it's cebula; you can cry out your response now


$800 - Robby

(29) According to De Beers, one of these "is forever"


$800 - Heather

(4) Salman Rushdie had one issued against him in 1989


$1000 - Robby

(21) Convicted in Athens in 399 B.C. he said, "It is now time to depart -- for me to die, for you to live"


$1000 - Robby

(25) Last name of brothers Leon & Michael, who were the first 2 brothers to hold world heavyweight boxing titles


$1000 - Robby

(10) Once was a U.S. Congressman


$1000 - Triple Stumper

(15) In a Caribbean mood in Sweden? You might serve your svarta bonor, these, with kokat ris, "white rice"


$1000 - Robby

(30) This company asks, "Where do you want to go today?"


$1000 - Heather

(5) It's believed the Virgin Mary appeared near this Portuguese village in 1917


Scores at the first commercial break:
Robby: $4,400
Josh: $1,800
Heather: $1,400

Scores at the end of the JEOPARDY! Round:
Robby: $7,800
Josh: $2,800
Heather: $1,400


Double JEOPARDY! Round - November 19, 2003

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BIOLOGY
THE SETH GREEN SCENE
ART & ARTISTS
ARCHIPELAGOS
IT OPENED IN NEW HAVEN
A BUCKLEY LEXICON
$400 - Josh

(1) This oxygen-carrying substance gives red blood cells their color


$400 - Josh

(22) This character is the father of Scott, Seth's character in the Austin Powers films


$400 - Heather

(21) 26-year-old Michelangelo used a nearly 40-year-old marble block for his sculpture of this Biblical man


$400 - Robby

(6) Several species of giant tortoise & over 7 dozen species of birds inhabit this Ecuadoran island group


$400 - Josh

(11) Coincidentally, New Haven still had streetcars of its own when this southern drama premiered here in 1947


$400 - Robby

(16) Of belletristic, bellwether or bellicose, the one that means "provocatively warlike"


$2000 - Josh

(2) It's what the "M" stands for in mRNA, a single-stranded type of RNA

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2000


(-$800) - Robby

(23) Back in 1988 Seth was in "My Stepmother is an Alien" with this actress who 10 years later he dated on "Buffy"


$800 - Triple Stumper

(27) Salvador Dali lectured in a diving suit at a famous exhibition of this movement in 1936


$800 - Robby

(7) On July 23, 2001 Megawati Sukarnoputri became this archipelago's first woman President


$800 - Josh

(12) This ever-popular musical set in 1938 Austria debuted in New Haven in 1959


$800 - Josh

(17) Lachrymal means marked by these, & please refrain from shedding them when you respond


$1200 - Josh

(3) Protozoans, slime molds & eukaryotic algae are members of this kingdom


$1200 - Josh

(24) Seth worked with Breckin Meyer in "Rat Race", "Can't Hardly Wait" & as part of Du Jour, a boy band in this 2001 film


$1200 - Robby

(28) (Video) This masterpiece of Hellenistic sculpture is seen here and at the Louvre


$1200 - Triple Stumper

(8) Columbus' first landing in the New World was probably in this archipelago, now an independent nation


$1200 - Josh

(13) (Video of Jimmy at the Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven) Appropriately, this "Catch-22" author's play, "We Bombed in New Haven," opened in New Haven, at Yale Rep.


$1200 - Josh

(18) When you say Brobdingnagian, say it "Swift"ly, because the word was inspired by this novel


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(4) Butterflies take in oxygen through these, breathing holes located on the sides of the abdomen


$1600 - Josh

(25) Seth's character in this 2003 heist film claimed he invented Napster & his roommate stole it while he "nap"ped


$1600 - Triple Stumper

(29) Born in 1898 & trained as an engineer, he turned to art in his 20s & began making stabiles & mobiles


$2500 - Robby

(9) Cape Kumukahi is the easternmost point in this Pacific archipelago

DAILY DOUBLE WAGER $2500


$1600 - Robby

(14) This musical featuring Curly, Jud & Laurey was called "Away We Go!" when it tried out in New Haven in 1943


$1600 - Josh

(19) Instead of saying "popular opinion", try substituting this Latin phrase, literally "voice of the people"


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(5) (Video of Cheryl by a blackboard) A 2-carbon compound and protein are converted to CO2 and water in this cycle that turns food into energy


$2000 - Robby

(26) In this 1999 comedy horror film, Seth is killed by his pal's possessed right mitt


$2000 - Robby

(30) Dots of color are applied on the canvas so that they fuse at a distance in the viewer's eye in this technique


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(10) (Video of Jimmy in Alaska) From Sitka on Baranoff Island, you can see other islands in the archipelago named for this Czar who sold Alaska


$2000 - Triple Stumper

(15) (Video of Cheryl in front of Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven, CT) His play "Fences" was originally staged here at Yale Rep. It moved to Broadway and won him his first Pulitzer Prize


$2000 - Robby

(20) To tutoyer is to address someone familiarly, as in using "tu" in place of this more formal French pronoun


Scores at the end of the Double JEOPARDY! Round:
Robby: $19,900
Josh: $15,600
Heather: $1,800


Final JEOPARDY!

VOYAGERS
In 1497 the 4 ships under his command included the Berrio & the Sao Rafael

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Final JEOPARDY! wagers:
Heather: $1,800 - $1,700
Josh: $15,600 + $15,600
Robby: $19,900 - $11,301


Final Scores
Josh: $31,200
Robby: $8,599
Heather: $100

Robby: $21,600 (25 right, includes 1 DD; 3 wrong, includes 1 DD)
Josh: $14,400 (20 right, includes 1 DD; 0 wrong)
Heather: $1,800 (3 right; 0 wrong)
Total: $37,800

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