Show #3193 - Wednesday, June 17, 1998

Dave Abbott game 2.

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Faith Kirkham Hawkins, a preacher and doctoral candidate from Decatur, Georgia

Bruce Carmen, an attorney from Elk Grove Village, Illinois

Dave Abbott, a musician and contract manager from Cincinnati, Ohio (whose 1-day cash winnings total $16,200)

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Jeopardy! Round

FIRST LADIES
U.S. CITIES
MAMMALS
HITCHCOCK'S CATTLE
(Alex: He once referred to actors as "cattle".)
IT'S BIG IN JAPAN
ANAGRAMMED COUNTRIES
    $100 2
She was First Lady for 12 years & 39 days
    $100 11
This city's Major League Baseball team plays its home games in Chavez Ravine
    $100 16
These range in size from the 3-foot-long sun to the over 9-foot long Alaska brown
    $100 1
A good guy as Perry Mason, he played the bad guy Jimmy Stewart spied on in "Rear Window"
    $100 21
Beauty in this body part is so valued that a common insult is "Your mother has an outie"
    $100 23
TANGO
    $200 3
She acted as a cover for her husband while the 1978 Camp David Peace Talks went on longer than expected
    $200 12
This state capital is near the head of navigation on the Connecticut River
    $200 17
The teeth of the animal seen here are different than yours; they have no enamel:
    $200 4
In a "monumental" death scene in "North By Northwest", Martin Landau fell off this famous landmark
    $200 22
The film "A River Runs Through It" inspired a Japanese craze for this sport
    $200 24
LIZ BRA
    $300 8
Her first marriage was to William Warren of Grand Rapids, Michigan
    $300 13
This Colorado city is located where the Gunnison & Colorado Rivers meet, hence its name
    $300 18
Pottos & tarsiers are closely related to these small primates from Madagascar
    $300 5
Before he played Ted Baxter, Ted Knight had a bit role as a cop guarding Norman Bates in this 1960 film
    $300 28
This Tokyo transit system is so popular, "platform pushers" make sure everyone gets on
    $300 25
PAL DON
    $400 9
Julia Tyler began the custom of having this song played as a presidential greeting
    $400 14
This Texas city was named for the Kansas town that Dwight D. Eisenhower once called home
    $400 19
Originally, it was a domesticated animal brought to Australia by the Aborigines; it then went wild
    $400 6
Suzanne Pleshette is found pecked to death in this 1963 classic
    $400 29
The WWII diary of this Dutch Jewish teenager is widely read by young Japanese girls
    $400 26
GOON MAIL
    DD: $600 10
Ida went with this man, her husband, to Buffalo, but wasn't present at the exposition where he was shot
    $500 15
In 1972 a flash flood in this South Dakota city killed over 200 people
    $500 20
Young rabbits are bunnies; young ones of these are leverets
    $500 7
Diane Ladd knows this actor, her ex-husband, appeared as a sailor in "Marnie"
    $500 30
20 years after recording the following live in Japan, this group remains popular there:
    $500 27
SAND HOUR

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

Dave Bruce Faith
$1,800 $600 $1,800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Bruce Faith
$2,600 $1,600 $1,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE LIBRARY OF ALEXANDRIA
TAKE THE CAKE
1948
BRIT ROCK
FURNITURE
"MAC" WORDS
    $200 11
To make up for damage Julius Caesar did to the library, this man gave Cleopatra 200,000 manuscripts
    $200 13
This loaf cake is traditionally made with 16 ounces each of flour, sugar, butter & eggs
    $200 6
Denmark, Norway & Sweden combined their major airline companies into this one
    $200 23
Mick Jagger first met this future bandmate in primary school when they were 7
    $200 21
Often part of the frame, it's the panel or the pillowed end of a bed
    $200 1
Diet consisting mainly of whole grains, cereals & dried vegetables that adherants believe prolongs life
    $400 12
Librarian Zenodotus divided these 2 Homer works into 24 books each
    $400 14
German for "something strewn", it's a coffeecake with a crumbly topping
    $400 7
On the third ballot on June 24, the Republican nomination for president went to this governor
    $400 26
Group heard here with a 1984 request:

"Wake me up before you go-go..."
    $400 22
A home workman's holds tools; a ballpark's holds the home team
    $400 2
Title of the song heard here:
("Someone left the cake out in the rain...")
    $600 18
Often seen around the stacks was this "Elements" author
    $600 15
This "pie" is actually 2 layers of sponge cake filled with custard, & topped with sugar or a chocolate glaze
    $600 8
Baby seen here in 1948:
    $600 27
This "dark" heavy metal band of the 1970s consisted of Bill Ward, Tony Iommi, Geezer Butler & Ozzy Osbourne
    $600 30
A ball-and-claw, scroll or Dutch foot may be on the end of a cabriole one of these
    $600 3
Nuts! They taste great, but this type of nut has more fat & calories than any other
    $800 19
Third librarian Eratosthenes is famous for determining this measurement of the Earth
    $800 16
As you might gather from its name, this rich, dark chocolate layer cake is fiendishly delicious
    DD: $1,000 9
This Egyptian king's divorce was announced the same day as his sister's; she was married to the Shah of Iran
    $800 28
This band, heard here with a 1985 hit, stuck around & won the 1997 Eurovision Song Contest:
("I'm walking on sunshine...")
    $800 25
Once painted over in early pine furniture, these flaws in the wood grain are now used for decorative effect
    $800 4
The public is only allowed to use buggies, bikes & saddle horses on this Michigan resort island
    DD: $1,500 20
The fourth librarian, he shared his name with this author of "The Birds", whose works he critiqued
    $1000 17
This cake that's soaked in liquor may derive its name from the Polish for "old woman"
    $1000 10
To life, to life, to this man, elected provisional president of Israel May 16, 1948
    $1000 29
"Therapeutic" name of the band led by lipstick-sporting Robert Smith
    $1000 24
Duncan Phyfe worked in this 1780-1830 period of American furiniture, but didn't make a "case" of it
    $1000 5
It's the last name of the gangster protagonist of Bertolt Brecht's "Threepenny Opera"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dave Bruce Faith
$5,700 $4,800 $3,900

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

TELEVISION PERSONALITIES
He was ordained by Pittsburgh Presbytery in 1962 with a charge to work with children through the media

Final scores:

Dave Bruce Faith
$9,600 $1,799 $6,900
2-day champion: $25,800 3rd place: Panasonic 13" Color TV & VCR Combo 2nd place: Windjammer Caribbean Houseboat Cruise

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dave Bruce Faith
$5,100 $4,800 $4,900
20 R
(including 2 DDs),
8 W
14 R,
1 W
15 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $14,800

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