Show #3216 - Monday, September 7, 1998

David Bagley game 2. First game of Season 15.

Contestants

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Kathy Donegan, a systems analyst from Gaithersburg, Maryland

Brannon Denning, a graduate student from New Haven, Connecticut

David Bagley, an attorney from San Diego, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $13,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

LABOR
THE BOSS
"YOUNG" PEOPLE
U.S. AT WAR
THE 1998 PULITZER PRIZES
COMMON BONDS
    $100 23
This notice that consumers are encouraged to "look for" goes back to California carpenters in 1869
    $100 18
Bruce Springsteen was born in 1949 in Freehold, near Asbury Park, in this state
    $100 2
Amen to this leader whose statue represents Utah in Washington, D.C.'s Statuary Hall
    $100 1
War during which "Gremlin", "Snafu" & "Kilroy Was Here" were popularized
    $100 8
39 years after "Goodbye, Columbus", this author won for his novel "American Pastoral"
    $100 16
A bee,
a con man,
a sharp blow
    $200 24
Abbreviated WGA, it provides many services to members, including script registration
    $200 20
This longtime backup group was named for the address of the original keyboardist's mother
    $200 3
On "Father Knows Best" he played dad to Betty, Bud & Kathy
    $200 4
On September 14, 1847 U.S. troops raised the U.S. flag in this capital's Zocalo, or grand plaza
    $200 9
This newspaper was shut out, but its ex-chairperson Katherine Graham won for her autobiography
    $200 17
Larks,
crickets,
informers
    $300 25
When he was killed in 1968, he was planning a march of striking Memphis sanitation workers
    $300 26
This singer became Bruce's wife in 1991
    $300 13
Of the 906 Major League Baseball games that he pitched, he won more than half; he deserves an award
    $300 5
The Confederates bought a French-built ironclad & named it this, the nickname of General Jackson
    $300 10
The history winner was about this 1925 event "And America's...debate over science and religion"
    $300 19
A prisoner,
a trap,
a leak
    $400 27
It's the F in AFL-CIO as well as in the Stallone film "F.I.S.T."
    DD: $1,000 29
The Boss turned down $12 million from Chrysler to use this "All-American" song in ads
    $400 14
In 1992 he released "Harvest Moon", a sequel to his "Harvest" album from 1972
    $400 6
The Battle of the Little Big Horn was part of the Sioux Wars that also included the massacre here in 1890
    $400 11
The prizewinning play "How I Learned to Drive" was inspired by Nabokov's novel about this girl
    $400 21
Benny Goodman,
Ken Griffey Jr.,
Tom Dooley
    $500 28
A strike by this union shut down UPS for 15 days in 1997
    $500 15
In a revealing memoir, Judy Lewis claims to be the "love child" of Clark Gable & this actress
    $500 7
Mark Twain was among those who opposed the U.S. acquiring these Pacific islands from Spain in 1898
    $500 12
A gold medal went to this state's Grand Forks Herald for coverage of a flood & other disasters
    $500 22
A game of footsie,
a bribe,
a drunk person

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

David Brannon Kathy
$2,600 $400 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Brannon Kathy
$2,900 $1,700 $2,700

Double Jeopardy! Round

HEALTH & MEDICINE
AFRICAN ATHLETES
WHEN IN ROME, N.Y.
QUESTIONS
BIG BOOKS
SLIM VOLUMES
    $200 15
In the U.S. this sex accounts for over 90% of the cases of gout
    $200 26
The Olympic steeplechase has been won by men named Korir, Koriuki & Keter from this "K" country
    $200 21
In Rome you can visit the tomb of these nameless warriors of the revolution
    $200 11
Cain responded with this question when God asked where Abel was
    $200 1
This term for a collection of maps arose because early ones pictured the titan of that name
    $200 6
It would be easy to tear up the phone book of Winston, New Mexico, one of these "haunted" settlements
    $400 17
Dr. Belding Scribner developed a shunt to allow long-term use of this kidney substitute
    $400 27
This Nigerian-born center played for the U. of Houston's Phi Slamma Jamma before joining the NBA's Rockets
    $400 22
A drum & bugle corps contest held annually is called "Drums Along" this nearby river
    $400 12
In a Longfellow poem, Priscilla asks this when John Alden urges her to marry Miles Standish
    $400 2
Among other events in this Tolstoy novel, the emperor Napoleon shouts, sneers & takes snuff
    $400 7
"Recent Interviews With" this author would be a lot shorter than his "Catcher In The Rye"
    $600 18
A group of synthetic drugs are "anti" this chemical produced during an allergic reaction
    $600 28
Running barefoot, Abebe Bikila surprised the track world by winning this Olympic event in 1960
    $600 23
Do as the Romans Ski-Doo & ride this type of vehicle across the Tug Hill Plateau
    $600 13
In a Joe Jackson song, this title is followed by "Is she really going to take him home tonight?"
    $600 3
Karl Marx didn't live to complete this 3-volume work laying out his economic ideas
    $600 8
One quick read might be "Modern Naval Heroes Of" this European nation, "Helvetia" in Latin
    $800 19
The pineal gland also makes this popular hormone used to remedy sleep disorder & jet lag
    $800 29
South African runner whose encounter with Mary Decker in the 1984 Olympic 3,000 meters made headlines
    DD: $1,000 24
In Rome you're in this county that shares its name with an Indian tribe, a silverware brand & utopian group
    $800 14
In a well-known pickup line, it follows "If I said you had a great body,..."
    DD: $1,500 4
Thomas Pynchon's 1997 novel about these 2 surveyors runs over 700 pages -- that's a lot of "line"s
    $800 9
Don't waste your money on the complete lyrics of this band that gave us "Walk -- Don't Run"
    $1000 20
Visual aids with concave lenses correct this defect in which light rays meet before they hit the retina
    $1000 25
You can ride a horse-drawn boat along a restored section of this waterway
    $1000 16
This catchphrase from the comic strip "Zippy The Pinhead" has made its way into Bartlett's
    $1000 5
His chilling "Gulag Archipelago" was originally published in 3 volumes
    $1000 10
Adrian IV, born Nicholas Breakspear, would be the only entry in "Lives of the English" these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Brannon Kathy
$9,200 $4,100 $6,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PRIME MINISTERS
2 of the 4 countries that have had prime ministers who were father & daughter

Final scores:

David Brannon Kathy
$12,400 $2 $9,201
2-day champion: $25,900 3rd place: Card Scan 300 & Palm Pilot 2nd place: Trip to Madrid, Spain

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Brannon Kathy
$8,300 $4,100 $5,500
21 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
12 R,
2 W
18 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $17,900

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