BGSU Brain Game 817- Kenton vs. Patrick Henry


– Next on BGSU Brain Game, Kenton versus Patrick Henry. We may have to prepare ourselves for a sensational
synaptic tsunami. Only one team can
leave victorious. The question is
who’s it gonna be. Only one way to find out. BGSU’s Brain Game
starts right now. (techno beat) And welcome to BGSU Brain game, Patrick Henry versus Kenton. Let’s meet our team. Starting off with Patrick Henry. Tell us who you are. I’m Chase Grimm, I’m a senior. To my left is Brett —
who’s also a senior. And to my right
is Emily Tackett. She’s also a senior. – [Marc] And you’re coached by? – Mr. Rick Fricke. – [Marc] All right,
welcome to Patrick Henry. Kenton, tell us who you are. – My name is Meredith
Bischoff and I’m a senior. And to my right is, to my left is Lilly and
to my right is Lucas. Lilly’s a sophomore
and Lucas is a junior. We are coached by Avery Collins. – All right, welcome
to Kenton as well. We’re gonna start things
off in our toss-up round. In this round all questions
are worth 10 points. No deductions, team, no deduction for an
in correct answer. So have some fun in this round. You may confer before buzzing in and you can steal a
question in this round. Kenton, Patrick
Henry, are you ready? Toss-up round starts right now. This French scientist
is best known for his extensive work
in understanding the causes of and
preventing diseases. He was among the
first to understand the germ theory of disease, but he may be best
remembered today for a process to treat milk
to prevent contamination. Patrick Henry, Chase. – Pasteur.
– Correct. – Much like the tuba, this large musical instrument encircles the player to
make marching much easier. Identify this instrument
who’s name begins with the letter S. That will be Patrick
Henry, Chase. – Sousaphone?
– It is indeed a sousaphone. – In addition to his
red sandstone creation of Lion of Belfort, this French sculpture
is better known for his creation of
the Statue of Liberty. Who is he? That would be Frederic
Auguste Bartholdi, is who we needed there. Luciano Pavarotti,
Enrico Caruso, and Joan Sutherland
and Placido Domingo are all recognized performers in which genre of classical
music and performance art? (buzzer sounds)
That will be Kenton. – Opera?
– Correct. – Next question, during the
construction of this waterway, over 1,000 men perished
because of dire conditions. That would be
Patrick Henry, Chase. – Panama Canal?
– Incorrect. – Perished because
of dire conditions in Montezuma Marsh. Name this structure
nicknamed Clinton’s Ditch which connects
Albany to Buffalo. (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – Hudson Bay.
– Incorrect. – We’re looking for
the Erie Canal there, the Erie Canal. With which type of
artistic composition would one associate
Alexander Calder? Artist Marcel Duchamp
coined the term to describe Calder’s
moving sculptures which include delicately
balanced suspended shapes. (buzzer)
Patrick Henry, Chase. – Cubism?
– Incorrect. – [Marc] Kenton, would
you like to steal? (buzzer sounds)
That would be Lucas. – Surrealism?
– Incorrect. – We needed mobiles
there, mobiles. All right, in the
sentence, quote, “I placed the following
in our picnic basket: “sandwiches, water,
cookies, and apples,” what punctuation
mark is required after the word “basket”? That will be Patrick
Henry, Chase. – Colon.
– A colon, yes. – The International
Space Station may be the largest cooperative
scientific project in history. How many nations cooperate in the International
Space Station? (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – 15.
– Correct. – Which founding father in 1754 published a cartoon of a
snake cut into segments, each representing the
separate colonies, with the phrase “Join or Die”
appearing below the cartoon? (buzzer sounds)
That would be Kenton, Lucas. – Sam Adams.
– Incorrect. – [Marc] Patrick Henry,
would you like to steal? (buzzer sounds)
That would be Chase. – Jefferson?
– Incorrect. – Benjamin Franklin is who
we were looking for that one. After Oedipus blinded
himself and went into exile he was cared for by
his two daughters, one of whom is Ismene. Identify the other daughter who’s name begins
with the letter A. Her story has been
a popular subject in many books, plays,
and other works. Time, Antigone is what we were
looking for with that one. In the following sentence, the steak was no longer edible because of extensive
freezer burn, what figure of speech does the phrase “freezer
burn” demonstrate? (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – Sorry. – [Marc] Time, Patrick Henry,
would you like to steal? (buzzer sounds)
That would be Emily. – Adjective?
– Incorrect. – We wanted oxymoron
for that one. An oxymoron. How do we define a strong acid? (bell rings) Oh, that is end of round. It is an acid that
disassociates in water is what we were
looking for there. Let’s take a look at our score. A very close competition indeed. Kenton at 20, and currently in the lead with
30 points is Patrick Henry. You’re gonna want
to stick around because our head-to-head
round is coming up next. Stay tuned. (tense music)
(clock ticking) (techno music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. Kenton at 20,
Patrick Henry at 30. Looks like both
teams have elected to make some substitutions. Patrick Henry, who
has joined your team? – To my right is Sidney
and she’s a junior. – [Marc] Welcome
to you, and Kenton, who has joined your team? – To my left is Aiden
and he’s a junior. – All right, welcome
to all of our new and returning team members. We are now moving to
the head-to-head round. Both team, you will received
the same 15 questions. They are worth 10 points apiece. No deduction for an
incorrect answer. You may confer as long as
you’d like before buzzing in and you can even
confer afterwards. However, you must buzz in
and either give an answer or you must pass. If you pass on a question, we will not, I repeat, we will not return
to that question. All right, Patrick Henry, since you are at 30 points, you will be sticking around to
answer those question first. And that means, Kenton, you are off to isolation. All right, Patrick Henry, are you ready for your 15
head-to-head questions? This round for you
starts right now. Classify the following sentence
according to its structure. The roads were terrible and a stagecoach could take
weeks to reach a small town. – Compound.
– Correct. – Identify the force
or effect that results in the wind shift to the right
in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the
southern hemisphere. – Coriolis effect?
– Correct. – Who wrote the
largely un-punctuated
poem “Buffalo Bill”, the ending of which reads “How do you like you’re
blue-eyed boy, Mr. Death?” – Johnson.
– Incorrect, E.E. Cummings. – What three races constitute the triple crown
of horse racing, the Kentucky Derby,
the Preakness and what? – Belmont.
– Correct. – A biologist is studying
creatures classified as Aves. What creatures is
she learning about? – Pass. – Birds. This make up, this makes up most of
the body of a cell. – Cytoplasm.
– Correct. These elements of of the cell
temporarily store proteins. – Golgi apparatus.
– Correct. – This man, blind himself, invented a system of
reading for the blind that was named after him. – Braille.
– Correct. – In chemistry, what name is given to
the homogenous mixture with particles so small they cannot even be
seen with a microscope? – Pass.
– A solution. – When used in a date
what does BCE stand for? – Before the common era.
– Correct. – In what mountain range does
the Missouri River originate? – Rockies?
– Correct. – Give the perfect infinitive
form of the verb “to eat”. – Eating.
– Incorrect, to have eaten. – This letter of
the Greek alphabet is used to refer to the
lead dog or wolf in a pack. – Alpha.
– correct. – Who said “Dr.
Livingston, I –” – Stanley.
– Correct. – A velocipede was an early
version of what device? – Microphone.
– Incorrect, a bicycle. – That is all 15 questions in the head-to-head round
for you, Patrick Henry. It is now time for you
to go to isolation. All right, let’s
bring back in Kenton. All right, welcome back. Are you, Kenton, ready for
your 15 head-to-head questions? It starts right now. Classify the following sentence
according to its structure. The roads were terrible and a stagecoach could take
weeks to reach a small town. – Complex?
– Incorrect, compound. – Identify the force or
effect that results in the wind shift to the right
in the northern hemisphere and to the left in the
southern hemisphere. – Arctic Wind.
– Incorrect, Coriolis effect. – Who wrote the
largely un-punctuated
poem “Buffalo Bill”, the ending of which reads “How do you like your
blue-eyed boy, Mr. Death?” (buzzer sounds) – Bill Cody?
– Incorrect, E.E. Cummings. – What three races constitute the triple crown
of horse racing, the Kentucky Derby, the
Preakness, and what? – The Belmont.
– Correct. – A Biologist is studying
creatures classified as Aves. What creatures is
she learning about? – Insects.
– Incorrect, birds. – This makes up most
of the body of a cell. – Nucleus.
– Incorrect, cytoplasm. – These elements of the cells
temporarily store proteins. – Ribosome. – Incorrect, the
Golgi apparatus. This blind man, blind himself, invented a system of
reading for the blind that was named after him. – Braille.
– Correct. – In chemistry, what name is given to
the homogenous mixture with particles so small they cannot even been
with a microscope? (buzzer sounds)
– Electron. – Incorrect, solution. When used in a date
what does BCE stand for? – Before the–
– Before– – Go ahead.
– Before the common era. – Correct. In what mountain range does
the Missouri River originate? – The Rockies. (buzzer sounds) – Blue, no, Cascade.
(bell rings) – Incorrect, the
Rocky Mountains. That is the end of the
head-to-head round for you. It is now time to
clear our scores and let’s bring back in Henry. All right teams, let’s see where
our scores stand. Patrick Henry has 130 points. Kenton stands at 50 points. 130 to 50 points. Coming up next is
our category round were things can change
very, very quickly. There are questions
worth 30 points apiece. But I’m gonna warn you now, deductions are gonna start. Stay tuned. (tense music)
(clock ticking) (techno music) And welcome back
to BGSU Brain Game. Kenton, 50 points, Patrick Henry at 130 points. Looks like our team lineups
have changed just a little bit. Patrick Henry, who
has rejoined the team? – To my right is
Emily and she’s back. – [Marc] All right,
welcome to you. And Kenton, our
center spot is new. Tell us who you are and
who has rejoined your team. – I’m Grace, I’m a sophomore, and joining us again is Lilly. – All right, welcome to you all. This is our category round. This is where things star
to change a little bit. There are six categories
to choose from. Inside each category
are questions worth 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30 points. But I’m gonna tell you this now, deductions are starting. If you go for 30, you’re risking 30 points. You may confer before buzzing in and you can steal a
question in this round. Kenton, since you
are at 50 points, you have the honor of
making the first selection. – [Grace] Colorado for 10. – Colorado for 10 points. Name these people,
places, or things associated with the
state of Colorado. The two letter
postal abbreviation. Patrick Henry, Chase. – CO.
– Correct. – [Marc] Patrick
Henry takes control. – [Chase] Hoosier
writers for 10. – Hoosier writers for 10 points. I will describe a writer
who hails from Indiana. You reply with his or her name. Who wrote “Slaughterhouse-Five”? Kurt Vonnegut. Patrick Henry in control. – [Chase] Hoosier writers 15. – Hoosier writers for 15 points. Who wrote “The Raggedy Man”? James Whitcomb Riley
is who we needed there. Patrick Henry in
the driver’s seat. – [Chase] Hoosier
writers for 20. – Hoosier writers
now for 20 points. He wrote “Seventeen”,
“Alice Adams”, and “The Magnificent Ambersons”. Booth Tarkington is who
were looking for there. Patrick Henry in control. – [Chase] Human biology for 15. – Human biology for 15 points. I will describe one of the
glands in the endocrine system, you name the gland. Some answers may
appear more than once. This butterfly-shaped gland at the front of the lower
neck controls metabolism. (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – Pituitary.
– Incorrect. – Patrick Henry, would
you like to steal. Time, they were looking
for the thyroid there. Patrick Henry, in control. – [Chase] Albums 10. – Popular albums for 10 points. I will read you the
titles of albums that sold between 12
and 33 millions copies. Name the artist or group
that recorded each album. “Jagged Little Pill”. (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Grace. – Alanis Morissette.
– Correct. – [Marc] Kenton,
back in control. – [Grace] Popular albums for 15. – Popular albums for 15 points. “Born in the USA”. Patrick Henry, Chase. – Lynyrd Skynyrd.
– Incorrect. – [Marc] Kenton, would
you like to steal? That would be Lucas. – Bruce Springsteen.
– Bruce Springsteen, yes. – [Marc] Kenton in control. – [Grace] Popular albums for 20. – Popular albums
now for 20 points. “Dark Side of the Moon”. (buzzer sounds) Patrick Henry, Chase. – Pink Floyd.
– That is indeed Pink Floyd. – [Marc] Patrick
Henry back in control. – [Chase] Hoosier writers 25. – Hoosier writers for 25 points. He wrote “Up a Lazy River”. Looking for Carmichael there. Patrick Henry in control. – [Chase] Hoosier
writers for 30. – Hoosier writers
now or 30 points. She wrote “Freckles” and “The
Girl from the Limberlost”. Jean Stratton-Porter is
what we needed there. Patrick Henry in
the driver’s seat. – [Chase] Albums 25. – Popular albums
now for 25 points. “21”. (buzzer sounds) Patrick Henry, Brett. – Taylor Swift.
– Incorrect. – [Marc] Kenton, would
you like to steal? That would be Lilly. – Adele.
– It is indeed Adele. – [Marc] Back and forth we go. Kenton in control. – [Grace] Popular albums for 30. – Popular albums for 30 points. “Roping in the Wind.”
(buzzer sounds) That will Kenton, Lucas.
– Garth Brooks. That was indeed Garth Brooks. Kenton in control. – [Grace] Colorado for 15. – Colorado for 15 points. State that shares most of
Colorado’s southern border. (buzzer sounds) – That would be
Patrick Henry, Brett. – New Mexico.
– Correct. – [Marc] Patrick
Henry, back in control. – [Chase] Shakespeare 10. – Shakespeare characters
for 10 points. I will describe a character
from one of Shakespeare’s plays. You will reply with
the character’s name. Hamlet’s mother,
queen of Denmark. That would be Gertrude. Patrick Henry in control. – [Chase] Sewing for 10. – Sewing for 10 points. Names these things
associated with sewing. Turning up and sewing the
bottom end of a garment. (buzzer sounds) Kenton, Lilly. – Hemming.
– That is indeed hemming. – [Marc] Kenton now in control. 10 points separates these teams. – [Grace] Sewing for 15. – Sewing for 15 points. Metal object placed
over a finger to keep a needle from pricking. That will be Kenton, Grace. – Thimble.
– That’s indeed a thimble. Yes, Kenton takes the lead. – [Grace] Sewing for 20. – Sewing for 20 points. Sewing in long, loose stitches to hold fabric
together temporarily. Basting is what we needed there. Kenton in control. – [Grace] Sewing for 25. – Sewing for 25 points. He invented the modern
lockstitch sewing machine. Elias Howe. Kenton in control. – [Grace] Sewing for 30. – Sewing for 30 points. Cutting fabric with
scissors with zigzag blades. Pinking is what we needed there. Kenton in control. – [Grace] Human Biology for 10. – Human biology for 10 points. It is the master gland located
at the base of the brain. (buzzer sounds) Patrick Henry, Emily.
– Pituitary. That is indeed the pituitary. Patrick Henry in control,
retakes the lead. – [Chase] Shakespeare 15. – Shakespeare for 15 points. Villain who convinces Othello that Desdemona has
been unfaithful. That would be Iago. Patrick Henry in control. – [Chase] Shakespeare for 20. – Shakespeare for 20 points. King of Athens. That would be Theseus. Patrick Henry, you’re
in the pilot seat. – [Chase] Shakespeare for 25. – Shakespeare for 25 points. King Lear’s faithful daughter. Cordelia is what
we needed there. Patrick Henry,
you’re in control. – [Chase] Biology for 20. – Biology for 20 points.
(bell rings) End of round. Let’s take a look at our score. Kenton with 140 points. Patrick Henry with 145 points. Only five points
separate these two teams. It’s all coming up next, all down to the
brainstorm round. And that is coming up next. Stay tuned. (tense music)
(clocking ticking) (techno music) Welcome back to BGSU Brain Game. We told you to prepare for a
sensational synaptic tsunami, and that’s indeed what we have. We have Kenton at 140 points, Patrick Henry with 145 points. Only five points
separate our teams. Both teams have elected to shuffle their
lineup a little bit. Patrick Henry, tell us
who’s rejoined the team. – Sidney is back on. – [Marc] All right,
welcome to you. Kenton, tell us who’s back
and who’s joined the team. – I’m back, my name is Meredith, and Orlando has joined the
team and he’s a junior. – All right, welcome to you all. All right, this is
our brainstorm round. This is it. All questions in this round
are worth 20 points apiece. But I will warn you, negative 20 points for
an incorrect answer. You may confer before
buzzing in, not after. If you confer after
it will be considered an incorrect answer and you will lose 20 points. And here’s the thing. You cannot, I repeat, you cannot steal a
question in this round. We will move immediately
to the next question with an answer or
an incorrect answer. Patrick Henry, Kenton, are you ready for three
minutes of brainstorm? Starts right now. Who wrote the
collection of poetry entitled “Leaves of Grass”? (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – Walt Whitman.
– Correct. – How many square
meters in a hectare? 10,000. What is measured by
the Fujita scale? That would be the
severity of a tornado. What is the opposite
of negative 10? (buzzer sounds)
Kenton, Lucas. – 10.
– Correct. – Which constitutional amendment guarantees freedom of speech? Patrick Henry, Chase. – The first amendment.
– Correct. – If there is a tie
vote in the US Senate, who casts the deciding vote. (buzzer sounds)
Patrick Henry, Brett. – Vice president.
– Correct. – How many teaspoons
are in a tablespoon? Three. What is the scientific term
for the transition phase from liquid to vapor? (buzzer sounds)
– Patrick Henry, Chase. – Evaporation.
– — will we accept that? – We will accept that, yes. The small intestine is
divided into three segments, two of them the jejunum,
the ileum, and the third is? – Deduoneum. – Yes. Part of the flight
or fight response, this hormone is
released by the body to prepare the
individual to respond. Name it. That would be adrenaline. As of 2019, which two teams have
won the most Superbowls? (buzzer sounds) Kenton, Lucas. – New England Patriots
and Pittsburgh Steelers. – Correct. The first Woman’s Rights
Convention was held in 1848 in what New York town? Seneca Falls. If a liquid is
marked inflammable, is it hard or easy
to set it on fire? (buzzer sounds)
Patrick Henry, Chase. – Hard.
– Incorrect, easy. – Name the subatomic particle that carries a fractional
electric charge. (buzzer sounds)
Patrick Henry, Chase. – Electron.
– Incorrect, quark. Name the Greek god
of wine and revelry. Dionysus. Name the pilot who,
along with her navigator, disappeared over–
(buzzer sounds) Kenton, Lucas.
– Amelia Earhart. Excuse me.
– Amelia Earhart. Correct. In what state would you find
the Dry Tortugas National Park? Florida. What is the scientific
term for grinding your– (bell rings)
End of round. Let’s take a look at our score. We have Patrick Henry
with 185 points. And our winner with
220 points in Kenton. Let’s give both of these teams a big round of applause
for a great match. Now in the spirit of
good sportsmanship, let’s come around, shake
hands, meet in the middle and we will see you at
the next BSGU Brain Game. (techno music)

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