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    $400 3
Seneca is credited with the line "Ars longa, vita brevis", which means this
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Show #2382 - Tuesday, January 3, 1995

John McKeon game 3. Missing Final Jeopardy! round.

Contestants

Tom Davey, a teacher and graduate student originally from Santa Ana, California

Donna Crane, a sales representative originally from Elizabeth, New Jersey

John McKeon, a writer from Chevy Chase, Maryland (2-day champion whose cash winnings total $21,600)

Jeopardy! Round

THE 1880s
GOLF TERMS
TRANSPORTATION
GEORGIA
DRINK
THIS & THAT
    $100 3
In the 1880 census, this state became the first to reach a population of 5 million
    $100 1
This cry warns people along the flight path of the ball to watch out
    $100 16
In 1897 things really began moving when the nation's first subway opened in this Mass. city
    $100 2
This was discovered near Dahlonega in 1828; visitors can pan for it at Crisson Mine today
    $100 9
Eggnog is one of the beverages most associated with this holiday season
    $100 25
Number of years from the Declaration of Independence to Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
    $200 6
Designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, this city's Marshall Field Building was completed in 1887
    $200 4
Golf etiquette requires replacement of these pieces of turf uprooted during a stroke
    $200 17
It's the term for the watertight shell of a ship
    $200 21
This town with a population of about 700 contains the Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
    $200 13
This juice is the main ingredient in a Virgin Mary
    $200 26
Pumpernickel & European black breads are baked using primarily this grain
    $300 10
In 1884 he patented roll film for cameras
    $300 5
Numerically speaking, the clubhouse bar is this "hole"
    $300 18
In 1990 this new division of GM launched its first car & it was out of this world
    $300 22
A national wildlife refuge occupies about 90% of this more than 600-square-mile swamp
    $300 14
The Good House-Keeping Cookbook suggests sprinkling cold buttermilk with salt & this "Hungarian" spice
    $300 27
Article 92 of the U.N. Charter calls it the "principal judicial organ of the United Nations"
    $400 11
In 1882 Reverend Michael Joseph McGivney founded this Catholic men's fraternal society in New Haven, Conn.
    $400 7
These strokes that an amateur subtracts from his score are based on the 10 lowest rounds of his last 20
    $400 19
Perambulator, or pram, is the British term for this
    DD: $1,500 23
This city, home of the University of Georgia, contains many Greek revival buildings
    $400 15
Tibetans flavor their tea with butter made from the milk of these hairy oxen
    $400 28
To make this type of 3-dimensional photograph, a laser beam is used
    $500 12
On Sept. 4, 1886 this Chiricahua Apache surrendered to Gen. Nelson Miles in Arizona
    $500 8
For a right-handed player, it's a stroke that spins the ball so that it swerves to the right
    $500 20
It's the national airline of Israel
    $500 24
FDR first visited this resort in 1924; he died there in 1945
    $500 30
Pernod is used as a substitute for this liqueur that was made from wormwood
    $500 29
Goteborg is this Scandinavian country's main shipbuilding center

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

John Donna Tom
$2,000 $900 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

John Donna Tom
$5,600 $2,000 $2,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

AFRICAN HISTORY
POETS
WOMEN IN MEDICINE
LATIN
WORLD FLAGS
MUSICAL THEATRE
    $200 1
In 1986 he drew a "line of death" across the Gulf of Sidra due to the presence of the U.S. Sixth Fleet
    $200 7
"Paul Revere's Ride" was the first poem in his "Tales of a Wayside Inn", published in 1863
    $200 12
"Angel of the Battlefield" whose work led to identification of the dead at Andersonville Prison
    $200 2
It was Julius Caesar's response upon seeing Brutus among his assassins
    $200 20
As a former British colony, Fiji's flag includes a representation of this British one
    $200 30
The songs "Dulcinea" & "The Impossible Dream" are from this mid-1960s musical
    $400 13
In 1498 this Portuguese explorer became the 1st European to reach Mozambique
    $400 8
This Scot is perhaps best known for his songs "Auld Lang Syne" & "Comin' Thro' The Rye"
    $400 28
Pathologist & pediatrician Dorothy Andersen discovered this disease abbreviated CF
    $400 3
Seneca is credited with the line "Ars longa, vita brevis", which means this
    $400 21
This country whose capital is Kathmandu has the only flag that isn't square or rectangular
    $400 24
This island was off limits to American soldiers in "South Pacific"
    $600 14
Walls up to 40 feet high protected this Phoenician city near present-day Tunis
    $600 9
On July 30, 1918 this "Trees" author was killed while serving with the 165th Infantry near Seringes, France
    $600 29
A statue was erected in London honoring nurse Edith Cavell, executed by the Germans in this war
    $600 4
When making a purchase, heed this phrase that means "Let the buyer beware"
    $600 25
The flag of this tiny European principality shows a gold crown with a red & blue background
    $600 23
When "Fiddler on the Roof" premiered on Broadway in 1964, this man played the role of Tevye
    $800 15
In 1953 this future president was convicted of leading the Mau Mau movement in Kenya & was imprisoned
    $800 10
The grandfather of this epigrammatic poet was one of the founders of Amherst College
    $800 17
Dr. Virginia Apgar is best known for her series of measurements used to evaluate these
    DD: $2,000 5
This 2-word phrase is often used to denote an artist's or writer's greatest work
    $800 26
The flag of this country shows the Muslim creed above a sword
    $800 22
Pat Suzuki made her Broadway debut singing "I Enjoy Being A Girl" in this musical
    $1000 19
The last colony in Africa, it gained its independence from South Africa in 1990
    $1000 11
In "When Lilacs Last in the Door-Yard Bloom'd", he compared Lincoln to Venus which "droop'd in the western sky"
    DD: $2,000 16
This current surgeon general was previously head of the Arkansas State Health Department
    $1000 6
If you don't know this phrase for an admission of guilt, you truly are to blame
    $1000 27
In 1993 Greece protested this new country's use of the Star of Vergina on its flag
    $1000 18
This 1970 show starring Lauren Bacall was based on the 1950 movie "All About Eve"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

John Donna Tom
$10,600 $4,400 $10,500
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