Show #2958 - Wednesday, June 11, 1997

Arthur Phillips game 2.

Contestants

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Girish Bhat, a conservationist from Madison, Wisconsin

Sheri Gravett, a professor from Valdosta, Georgia

Arthur Phillips, a speechwriter from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 1-day cash winnings total $9,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

GREAT RULERS
U.S. CITIES
CULINARY NICKNAMES
SPORTSWRITERS
4-LETTER WORDS
ANGEL POTPOURRI
    $100 1
Constantine the Great was the first Roman ruler to convert to this religion
    $100 6
This New Jersey capital is also the seat of Mercer County
    $100 21
This cold remedy is also known as Jewish penicillin
    $100 26
Hockey reporter Robin Herman was one of the first women allowed to interview players in this area
    $100 11
Partially opened; a door, for example
    $100 16
In "Hamlet" Horatio's 4 words preceding "And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest!"
    $200 2
Justinian the Great's wife was a former one of these, like the wife of the Great Communicator, Ronald Reagan
    DD: $800 7
Northwest city seen here during a visit by a famous TV show:
    $200 22
This sandwich goes by its initials: PBJ
    $200 27
Peter Gammons wrote about covering this team in the 1986 article "Living and Dying with the Woe Sox"
    $200 12
On a computer screen this small picture represents a specific program
    $200 17
Levels of the angelic hierarchy are called these, like groups of singers on Earth
    $300 3
He was born June 9, 1672, the son of Czar Alexis I Mikhailovich
    $300 8
Thomas Jefferson formulated the bill moving the Virginia capital to this city
    $300 23
Dubbed cackleberries, they can be boiled, coddled or poached
    $300 28
Sir Leonard Hutton, one of England's finest batsmen in this game, later covered it as a columnist
    $300 13
The Abominable Snowman
    $300 18
Title question asked by a song from "The Heights" that hit the heights on the charts in 1992
    $400 4
This king of Judea from 37-4 B.C. was a friend of Mark Anthony
    $400 9
This Pennsylvania city's Civic Arena or "Igloo" has a retractable roof
    $400 24
During World War I this dish was called liberty cabbage
    $400 29
Mike Lupica's strong opinions appear monthly in this Hearst Corporation "Magazine for Men"
    $400 14
It's the only fencing sword with a rigid blade
    $400 19
In the 1650s Rembrandt painted this biblical person "Wrestling with the Angel"
    $500 5
By 896 A.D. this West Saxon king had captured the city of London
    $500 10
Henry Flagler developed this fashionable Florida resort famous for the chic shops on Worth Avenue
    $500 25
Term for food that puts you at ease & makes you nostalgic for your youth
    $500 30
Roger Kahn mourned Ebbets Field & the Brooklyn Dodgers in this 1971 bestseller
    $500 15
Italian for "tail", this passage brings a musical piece to a formal close
    $500 20
She played Roma Downey's angel boss on "Touched by an Angel"

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

Arthur Sheri Girish
$2,500 $900 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Sheri Girish
$3,200 $2,400 $1,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

18TH CENTURY WOMEN
TECHNOLOGY
LITERATURE
INTERNATIONAL ACTORS
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
ORATORY
    $200 12
On July 10, 1706 Virginia's Grace Sherwood, accused of this, was thrown into a river to see if she would float
    $200 1
They clean floors, perform surgery & will go to Mars before people do
    $200 2
This Dickens title orphan was given his name by Mr. Bumble
    $200 7
Andy Garcia was born in this island country but fled to nearby Miami with his family when he was 5
    $200 17
Not surprisingly, hotel administration is among the more popular fields of study at UNLV in this city
    $200 22
In 1858, as a Senate hopeful in Illinois, he said, "Nobody has ever expected me to be president"
    $400 13
In January 1777 Baltimore's Mary Katherine Goddard was hired to print the first official copies of this
    $400 27
Used in medicine, waste disposal & agriculture, it's the technology of manipulating organisms for human benefit
    $400 3
This author's "The Man Who Would Be King" has been called the perfect short story
    $400 8
This brother-in-law of Loretta Young was born in Mexico City, not on Fantasy Island
    $400 18
The Prayer Tower is a landmark of this Tulsa university named for an evangelist
    $400 23
Of Floyd Patterson he said, "I'll beat him so bad he'll need a shoehorn to put his hat on"
    $600 14
It took her a few attempts to get in to see Marat in order to kill him
    $600 28
The "Hard-Edge" art movement of the 1960s emerged after the development of these quick-drying paints
    $600 4
This John Bunyan work written as a dream was published in 2 parts: Part I in 1678 & Part II in 1684
    $600 9
This Irish star of the film "Camelot" is also a writer; his thriller novel "Honor Bound" appeared in 1982
    $600 19
In 1924 Trinity College in Durham, North Carolina was renamed this, after a benefactor
    $600 24
"How can the 'consent of the governed' be given," she asked in 1873, "If the right to vote be denied?"
    $800 15
At the time Marie Antoinette lost her head, she was First Lady of the U.S.
    DD: $800 29
This company's C90 Supercomputer can perform 16 billion calculations per second
    $800 5
Title novella of the Philip Roth collection that won the 1960 National Book Award
    $800 10
This Canadian comic appeared on "In Living Color" & in 2 Clint Eastwood films, "Pink Cadillac" & "The Dead Pool"
    DD: $500 20
The Robert Frost Library is at this Massachusetts college co-founded by Emily Dickinson's grandfather
    $800 25
This French revolutionary said, "Terror is nothing else than justice, prompt, secure and inflexible"
    $1000 16
Kaga No Chiyo/
who wrote
this type of poem/
was born in Japan
    $1000 30
The name of these 19th C. destroyers of textile machinery is applied to any technology skeptic
    $1000 6
"The 42nd Parallel" is the first novel in this John Dos Passos trilogy
    $1000 11
He must have been "Breathless" when he was elected president of the French Actors Union in 1963
    $1000 21
South Carolina's Clemson University was named for the son-in-law of this VP who resigned in 1832
    $1000 26
"There is nothing so absurd but some philosopher has said it", said this Roman orator

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Sheri Girish
$7,200 $10,500 $1,000

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
(Alex: None of these players were alive in the 1930s!)
Roosevelt's first Fireside Chat was designed to bolster the public confidence in these

Final scores:

Arthur Sheri Girish
$7,800 $6,599 $500
2-day champion: $17,401 2nd place: Trip to the Marriott at Sawgrass Resort, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida 3rd place: Pair of Belair C Pearl Lithium 2000 Watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Arthur Sheri Girish
$6,600 $10,800 $1,800
21 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
8 R,
6 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,200

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