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    $200 26
People magazine says Earl Grey is the queen's favorite one of these
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Show #1748 - Wednesday, March 18, 1992

Phil Yellman game 4.

Contestants

Ina Gail Goldberg, a social worker originally from Baltimore, Maryland

Jim Tucker, a househusband and grad student from Bakersfield, California

Phil Yellman, a word processor from Albuquerque, New Mexico (3-day champion whose cash winnings total $31,400)

Jeopardy! Round

AFRICA
SILLY SONGS
CLOTHING
MYTHOLOGY
MAGAZINES
WORD ORIGINS
    $100 17
The Red Sea, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea & Atlas Mountains form the boundaries of this desert
    $100 7
The 3 spoken words following "Yakety Yak..."
    $100 18
Despite its name, you don't have to be a parachutist to wear 1 of these 1-piece garments
    $100 12
It plagued Thebes by killing & eating anyone who didn't answer its riddle
    $100 2
This actress "graced" the final edition of Collier's magazine, January 4, 1957
    $100 1
Though it comes from a Latin word meaning "whitish", it refers to a reddish-brown hair color
    $200 19
The delta of this river, Africa's longest, averages almost 3,500 people per square mile
    $200 8
Lonnie Donegan asked, "Does your chewing gum lose its flavor" here "over night"
    $200 20
This type of sports jacket isn't always a "fiery" color, as its name implies
    $200 13
Orion's occupation
    $200 3
The August 1991 Vanity Fair cover featured this "Ghost" star very pregnant & very nude
    $200 25
The term "Shavian" was coined by this writer to describe his life, works & ideas
    $300 21
By about 42 A.D. this empire controlled all of Mediterranean Africa
    $300 9
In a 1969 hit by Steam, this precedes "Kiss Him Goodbye"
    $300 22
You don't have to be shoveling for mollusks to wear these pants, as their name suggests
    $300 14
The number of Greek ships that went to Troy to get Helen back
    $300 4
This men's lifestyle magazine was founded in Chicago in 1933
    $300 28
Because they were too young or inexperienced for the cavalry, foot soldiers came to be called this
    $400 26
The Limpopo & Zambezi Rivers empty into this ocean east of Africa
    $400 10
In 1966 Tommy James & The Shondells sang, "My baby does" this
    DD: $800 23
This high-waisted style is named for the period in which Napoleon reigned
    $400 15
The Greek gods ate ambrosia & drank this to keep up their immortality
    $400 5
This Washington-based society adds "World" to its title for a magazine aimed at kids
    $400 29
From the Latin word for "soul", it means to bring to life, like a cartoon
    $500 27
Considered part of Africa, the Madeira Islands belong to this European country
    $500 11
Relatively speaking, it was the Rivingtons' follow-up song to "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"
    $500 24
The fontange, a tall lace one of these worn in the 17th century, was named for a mistress of Louis XIV
    $500 16
Hermes' winged sandals were the talaria & his staff, this
    $500 6
In terms of circulation it's the largest magazine whose name contains an apostrophe
    $500 30
The two units of measure that derive their names from the Latin word "uncia"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 16):

Phil Jim Ina
$1,500 $2,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Jim Ina
$2,400 $3,400 $2,600

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. HISTORY
FLIGHTLESS BIRDS
BOGART FILMS
THE ROYAL FAMILY
THE GREAT LAKES
BEST SELLERS
    $200 6
On Nov. 3, 1948 the Chicago Tribune erroneously reported that he defeated Truman
    $200 21
Contrary to popular opinion, only 2 of the 18 known species of this bird inhabit Antarctica
    $200 1
Film in which Bogart said, "Ah, but the strawberries! That's – That's where I had them"
    $200 26
People magazine says Earl Grey is the queen's favorite one of these
    $200 11
The opening of this in 1959 allowed ocean shipping into the Great Lakes
    $200 12
This author of the best-selling novel "Texas" hit the list again with "The Novel" in 1991
    $400 7
In 1797 this frigate, nicknamed "Old Ironsides", was launched
    $400 22
Around 1800 the last of these "stupid" birds died on Rodrigues Island in the Indian Ocean
    $400 2
William Faulkner was one of the writers of this 1946 film based on a Raymond Chandler novel
    $400 27
Of 17, 19 or 21, Lady Diana's age when she became engaged to 32-year-old Prince Charles
    $400 17
The Great Lakes Naval Training Center is located just south of Waukegan, Ill., on this lake
    $400 13
Subtitled "Heir to Empire", Timothy Zahn's book continues the story of this George Lucas film series
    $600 8
In 1769 this Franciscan priest founded the first mission in what is now California
    $600 23
These African birds are sometimes raised on farms for their hides, which are made into leather
    $600 3
Since he didn't really play piano, this actor's music in "Casablanca" was dubbed in
    $600 28
Antony Armstrong-Jones, who was born a commoner was created Earl of Snowdon after he married her
    DD: $2,000 18
By 1671 this country had claimed all of the Great Lakes area
    $600 14
This author of "The Naked and the Dead" takes on the CIA in his recent best seller "Harlot's Ghost"
    $800 9
90 black leaders were arrested in this city Feb. 22-24, 1956 for leading a bus boycott
    $800 24
The largest bird in the New World, this South American bird may stand 5 feet in height
    $800 4
Claire Trevor won an Oscar for playing Edward G. Robinson's mistress in this 1948 film
    DD: $600 29
She's Fergie's firstborn
    $800 19
These canals between lakes Superior & Huron are also known as the St. Marys Falls Canal & Locks
    $800 15
According to the title of Julia Phillips' best seller, "You'll Never" do this "In This Town Again"
    $1000 10
In response to Sputnik, the U.S. launched this first American satellite the following year
    $1000 25
The only member of the genus apteryx, this New Zealand bird is thought to be related to the extinct moa
    $1000 5
Leslie Howard insisted that Bogart recreate his stage role of killer Duke Mantee in this 1936 film
    $1000 30
The official language of the country in which Prince Philip was born
    $1000 20
The lakes' first lighthouse was built in 1804 at Mississauga Point on this lake
    $1000 16
The investigative reporter whose "The Commanders" traces the buildup to the Gulf War

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Phil Jim Ina
$14,600 $4,000 $800
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

LANGUAGES
Swedish is an official language of these 2 European countries

Final scores:

Phil Jim Ina
$13,200 $6,399 $800
4-day champion: $44,600 2nd place: trip to San Juan, Puerto Rico on TWA at Palmos Del Mar Resort 3rd place: Laguna sportswear and Nintendo Entertainment System

Game dynamics:

Coryat scores:

Phil Jim Ina
$13,200 $4,000 $1,000
27 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $18,200

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