Show #3208 - Wednesday, July 8, 1998

Dan Girard game 4.

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Julie O'Keefe, a freelance writer from Chester, New Jersey

Graham Blake, a law student from Arlington, Texas

Dan Girard, a landscape artist from Altadena, California (whose 3-day cash winnings total $18,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

BIBLICAL FOOD & DRINK
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
1898
OSCAR-WINNING SONGS
(Alex: We'll play the music, you identify the film.)
DON'T DO THIS
MORE ANAGRAMMED COUNTRIES
    $100 16
In Proverbs Agur says, "Surely the churning of" this "bringeth forth butter"
    $100 21
In 1976 this service school in Annapolis admitted its first women
    $100 1
$10 million worth of this was dug out of Canada's Klondike region
    $100 6
("Over the Rainbow")
    $100 25
Richard Josephson got 6 months for joking he had these while on a USAir flight, forcing it to land
    $100 7
Pains
    $200 17
According to Luke 15, the meat of choice for a special occasion came from a "fatted" one of these
    $200 22
Not surprisingly, more undergrads at the University of Puget Sound are from this state than any other
    $200 2
On January 25, 1898, this U.S. battleship arrived in Havana for a friendly visit
    $200 9
("Tale as old as time...")
    $200 26
In February 1998 the Pentagon said its computers had been invaded by these, the title of a 1995 film
    $200 8
Rain
    $300 18
These nuts are mentioned only once in the Bible: Genesis 43, Verse 11:
    DD: $1,600 23
In 1756 this school moved from Newark, New Jersey to its present home
    $300 3
This pair found radium wanted to be alone, so they isolated it
    $300 10
("What a Feeling")
    $300 28
A man released as many as 50 guinea pigs into this New York City area March 11, 1998
    $300 12
Marked N
    $400 19
The only day it didn't fall from the sky was on the Sabbath
    $400 24
Several of its football songs were written by alumnus Cole Porter
    $400 4
In 1898, he turned in "The Turn of the Screw" to his publisher
    $400 11
("Colors of the Wind")
    $400 30
The owner of Crystal Glass of Brooklyn was doing this around New York City to increase business
    $400 14
Panel
    $500 20
The name Gethsemane comes from gath-shemen, Hebrew for oil press, probably one for this fruit
    $500 27
A college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania is named for Benjamin Franklin & this great chief justice
    $500 5
This Russian actor-producer founded the Moscow Art Theater for method actors
    $500 13
("Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head")
    $500 29
It made news that a London burglar was caught by using these prints he left while listening at doors & windows
    $500 15
Nuke Air

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

Dan Graham Julie
$1,700 $800 $1,500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Graham Julie
$5,800 $900 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEARE'S PLAYS WITHIN PLAYS
UP LATE WITH DAVID LETTERMAN
NATIONAL COATS OF ARMS
FEAR
...AND CLOTHING
IN LAS VEGAS
    $200 15
In "The Tempest", he presents a spirit-drama for his daughter & her fiance
    $200 3
In 1982, he was in "Tootsie" & on the first "Late Night"; in 1993, in "Groundhog Day" & on the first "Late Show"
    $200 2
This flagship of Columbus appears at the center of the Bahamas' coat of arms
    $200 21
Thoreau & Francis Bacon said they feared fear itself long before this man said it in 1933
    $200 20
This animal term can refer to a tight high collar, or to the pullover sweater it's attached to
    $200 1
In the '50s, Vegas became a center for these events; Reno is traditionally associated with their opposite
    $400 16
"The Murder of Gonzago" was the thing he used to "Catch the conscience of the king"
    $400 4
Having the singing Hansons as ball boys is one of Dave's Top 10 ways to make this sport more exciting
    $400 11
This Andean vulture tops the coats of arms of Ecuador, Colombia & Bolivia
    $400 22
Among the fears of this Oz character are kalidahs, who have tiger heads & bear bodies
    $400 24
Henry Winkler wanted his Fonzie character to be allowed to wear this instead of a cloth coat
    $400 8
This facility, serving 30 million people a year, is named for Nevada senator Patrick McCarran
    $600 17
In this play, Nick Bottom, a weaver, performs the tragic role of Pyramus, opposite Flute's Thisby
    $600 5
In 1995 this young actress from an acting dynasty flashed Dave on his birthday
    $600 12
The scroll at the base of Kenya's coat of arms reads "Harambee", or "Together" in this language
    $600 28
The term agoraphobia, fear of crowds, comes from Greek agora, this place
    $600 25
This term for part of a brassiere also means a reinforced athletic supporter
    $600 9
"When you're alone & life is making you lonely", leave the Strip for this area featuring "Glitter Gulch"
    $800 18
While disguised as a boy, this heroine of "As You Like It" improvises a scene
    $800 6
NYC souvenir sellers Mujibur & this man became semi-regulars on Dave's CBS show
    DD: $2,000 13
A white apostolic cross representing Saint Stephen I adorns the coat of arms of this European nation
    $800 29
The Bible says Job feared him, meaning Job was pious & "eschewed evil"
    $800 26
'90s designers rediscovered this item that Clark Gable nearly killed off in "It Happened One Night"
    DD: $1,200 10
The Luxor boasts a meticulous reproduction of this king's tomb
    $1000 19
In "The Taming of the Shrew", they are the lead couple in the play performed for Mr. Sly
    $1000 7
Featured Letterman performer seen here:
    $1000 14
The 3 blue lions on this country's coat of arms also appear on the city arms of Tallinn, its capital
    $1000 30
This phrase for giving in to sudden fear is said to have originated with alarm switches on WWII bombers
    $1000 27
The name of this peasant dress with a tight bodice & full skirt comes from German for "young woman"
    $1000 23
This casino was a fatal flop for Bugsy Siegel when he launched it in 1946

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Graham Julie
$13,400 $4,100 $3,900
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

THE WINTER OLYMPICS
The southernmost city ever to host the Winter Olympics

Final scores:

Dan Graham Julie
$9,800 $8,200 $1,983
4-day champion: $28,600 2nd place: Samsung 27" Color TV & Broyhill Entertainment Armoire 3rd place: Jeep Electronics Portable Boom Box

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Dan Graham Julie
$11,700 $6,100 $3,900
29 R
(including 2 DDs),
0 W
16 R,
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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