Show #3463 - Wednesday, September 29, 1999

Steve Fried game 3.

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Jarma Jacobs, a student from Seattle, Washington

Sam Varnado, a railroad chef from Riverdale, Illinois

Steve Fried, an airline and cruise scheduler from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 2-day cash winnings total $15,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

YOU'LL FIND IT IN SHAKESPEARE
THE WINTER'S TALE
AS "U" LIKE IT
JULIUS CAESAR
LOVE'S LABOUR'S LOST
MUCH ADO ABOUT NUTTING
    $100 26
In "The Merchant of Venice" this man's daughter Jessica elopes with Lorenzo
    $100 8
The record winter snowfall for a 24-hour period was 78 inches at "Mile 47 Camp" in 1963 in this U.S. state
    $100 1
A fetus' food lifeline
    $100 6
Julius declared "The die is cast" & crossed this river, provoking the Roman Civil War
    $100 13
This character's doomed love for Ann Darrow ends tragically at the foot of the Empire State Building
    $100 18
Major producers of these nuts seen here include Turkey & California
    $200 27
When he mistakes frankness for lack of affection, this king rejects his only loyal daughter
    $200 9
In the Northern Hemisphere, 1 of the 2 dates on which winter can begin
    $200 2
Montevideo is the capital
    $200 7
In the English translation of the writings of Suetonius, they're Julius Caesar's last words
    $200 14
The son of a depressed widower dials up a radio call-in show in this film directed by Nora Ephron
    $200 20
Pie favorite seen here:
    $300 28
Kate's sister Bianca is courted by Lucentio, Hortensio & Grumio in this play
    $300 10
The hard red winter type of this grain is planted in autumn & in late spring
    $300 3
An arm bone
    $300 16
Julius invaded this "great" island twice: once in 55 B.C. & once in 54 B.C.
    $300 15
Count Almasy tragically leaves the love of his life behind to seek help in this 1996 Oscar-winning film
    $300 21
It's where these nuts are in a classic holiday song:
    DD: $600 29
It's the last name of the character who is Tybalt's killer & Mercutio's friend
    $400 11
In "Don Juan" he quipped, "The English winter -- ending in July, to recommence in August"
    $400 4
AKA Northern Ireland
    $400 17
1 of Julius Caesar's 3 wives
    $400 23
The big screen tearjerker "Love Story" was followed by this sequel
    $400 22
A main source of these nuts is the Amazon River region
    $500 30
The king's castle in this Danish seaport is the setting for most of "Hamlet"
    $500 12
The Old Farmer's Almanac says to count the bands on one of these "woolly" insects to see how hard winter will be
    $500 5
Nietzsche's Superman
    $500 19
With no male heir of his own, Julius adopted this grandnephew
    $500 24
Vincent Price took revenge on those responsible for the tragic death of his wife as this mad doctor
    $500 25
The 2 main types of the nut seen here are the English variety & this other full variety:

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Steve Sam Jarma
$0 $900 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sam Jarma
$2,000 $1,800 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

SCIENCE & NATURE
SONGS OF THE '60s
THE MIDDLE EAST
WE'LL GET YOU IN SHAPE
WOMEN OF THE WORLD
ABBREVIATIONS
    $200 1
This air tube in the neck is held open by 16 to 20 C-shaped rings of cartilage
    $200 6
"Queen of the House" by Jody Miller was a reply to this 1965 Roger Miller hit
    $200 26
In 1967 this country lost the West Bank to Israel
    $200 15
This military group abbreviated RCAF developed the 5BX program of calisthenics
    $200 7
Akiko Kojima became the first woman from this continent to win the Miss Universe pageant in 1959
    $200 21
A TV network:
ABC
    $400 2
During this process, the opposite of photosynthesis, plants use oxygen & give up water & carbon dioxide
    $400 12
"Ue O Miute Aruko" by Kyu Sakamoto was retitled this for the U.S.
    $400 27
In 1967 this country lost the Golan Heights to Israel
    $400 16
This method of intensive or downright painful massage is also called structural integration
    $400 8
This Greek-American diva, born in 1923, was acclaimed for her portrayals of Norma & Anna Bolena
    $400 22
In the National Football League:
AFC
    DD: $1,000 3
Once hunted for its pelt, this Australian monotreme is now protected by law
    $600 13
Both Simon & Garfunkel & Sergio Mendes found "thyme", parsley, sage & rosemary to make this hit
    $600 28
These 2 rivers form the Shatt al Arab, which then flows into the Persian Gulf
    $600 17
You'll no longer get sand kicked in your face if you use the Charles Atlas program of "dynamic" this
    $600 9
Muriel Spark was born in this capital city, the setting for her novel "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie"
    $600 23
An educators' group:
AFT
    $800 4
Hidalgo, one of these objects, reaches the orbit of Saturn, but most are confined to a belt between Mars & Jupiter
    $800 14
Bob Dylan numbered them 12 & 35
    $800 29
This island, 1/3 of which is Turkish-controlled, is often considered part of the Middle East
    $800 18
This organization that teaches survival in the wilds began as a program for British seamen
    $800 10
This Norwegian was a teenager in 1957 when she made her film debut in "Fjols Til Fjells" -- "Fools in the Mountains"
    DD: $2,300 24
To a psychologist:
ADD
    $1000 5
In 1960 Theodore Maiman built the first of these devices using a ruby
    $1000 20
"Love Is All Around" was this "Wild Thing" group's only other Top 10 hit
    $1000 30
This country shook off the Ottomans in 1882 & the British in 1952
    $1000 19
This last name of German athlete Joseph is applied to the flexibility-enhancing "method" he developed
    $1000 11
David Bowie could tell you the name of this Somali-born supermodel is from the Arabic for "faith"
    $1000 25
A computer designer's goal:
AI

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Sam Jarma
$11,500 $1,400 $4,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

MAGAZINES
Conde Nast's Feb./Mar. 1999 issue of its magazine for these title people was a Guinness record 1,242 pages

Final scores:

Steve Sam Jarma
$9,500 $1 $0
3-day champion: $25,400 2nd place: Trip to Sea World, Orlando, Florida 3rd place: eToys.com Shopping Spree

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Sam Jarma
$9,800 $1,400 $5,700
25 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
9 R,
3 W
16 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,900

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