Show #2960 - Friday, June 13, 1997

Arthur Phillips game 4.


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Mark Hein, a psychotherapist and writer from Woodland Hills, California

Evan Fletcher, a university lecturer from Davis, California

Arthur Phillips, a speechwriter from Boston, Massachusetts (whose 3-day cash winnings total $29,202)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Notice?)
    $100 4
There's a lighthouse at Cape Gris-Nez, this country's closest point to England
    $100 21
"Mama's Family", which starred Vicki Lawrence, was based on sketches first seen on this show
    $100 11
According to lyricist Sammy Cahn, "Love and marriage go together like" this pair
    $100 6
The first American woman to make a transatlantic flight; surprisingly, she was only a passenger
    $100 22
Decade during which the Carnaby look was introduced to the U.S.
    $100 1
A 6-year-old child can't help lisping with one of these in his mouth
    $200 5
Our name for this Arizona region comes from the Spanish term for it: el Desierto Pintado
    $200 23
This Aaron Spelling sizzler set in Georgia centers on 3 sultry women: Lane, Peyton & Reese
    $200 12
Completes the 4-word hippie motto, "Make love..."
    $200 14
In 1938 Don Budge became the only American man to win the Grand Slam in this sport
    $200 27
These baggy knickers worn by golfers were popularized by the Prince of Wales in the 1920s
    $200 2
A cashier may hand some to you
    $300 9
Skopje is the capital of this nation that was once part of Yugoslavia
    $300 24
On the cartoon series "Ren & Stimpy", Ren is this breed of dog
    $300 18
Some regard this purple quartz gem as a love charm
    $300 15
During Watergate investigators found that this billionaire had made a $100,000 contribution to Nixon
    $300 28
A mousquetoire hat didn't have ears; it was wide-brimmed & was adorned with one or more of these
    $300 3
Type of notebook paper that isn't spiral bound
    $400 10
Though 50 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico, this Texas city is one of the nation's major ports
    $400 25
Jonathan Silverman plays the title bachelor on this sitcom
    $400 19
Famous first 5 words of Sonnet 43 in "Sonnets from the Portuguese"
    $400 16
In 1914 this former president led an Amazon expedition
    $400 29
Bags & shoes from Gucci feature a GG symbol; those from this designer are marked with a V
    $400 7
This phrase describes athletes with flexible appendages
    $500 13
Paramaribo, capital of this country, came under Dutch rule in 1815
    $500 26
Once a Brat Packer, now he's Brooke Shields' publisher on "Suddenly Susan"
    DD: $600 20
This book of the Old Testament is basically a collection of love poems
    $500 17
It was the last town in which Wild Bill Hickok played cards
    $500 30
French for "partitioned", it's jewelry whose colored enamel sections are separated by thin metal bands
    $500 8
They're often politicians or policemen, but are always reckless & uncontrollable

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

Arthur Evan Mark
$2,300 $800 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Evan Mark
$3,300 $1,000 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: Nice places to be!)
    $200 1
These body cavities can contain blood or can be hollow, as in the bones around the nose
    $200 14
Known for its snow festival, Bariloche, Argentina is one of the top ski resorts in these mountains
    $200 13
This tennis star tells her story in the 1996 book "Monica: From Fear to Victory"
    $200 11
Japanese artist Mori Sosen gained fame for portraying these animals, perhaps seeing, hearing & speaking no evil
    $200 26
In 1996 Robert Goulet took to the road as Don Quixote in a touring production of this musical
    $200 6
In a James Hilton novel, this mountain valley is ruled by the High Lama
    $400 2
Carrots are examples of these main roots that may have smaller roots branching from them
    $400 15
If you go to Goa, you may try feni, a local liquor that can be made from these kidney-shaped nuts
    $400 19
The 1996 book "The Man Behind James Bond" takes an intimate look at this author
    $400 12
Gold & diamond strikes & a great natural harbor made this Brazilian city a center of trade
    $400 27
"March Of The Toys" is from "Babes in Toyland" & "March Of The Siamese Children" is from this musical
    $400 7
The form of government this philosopher describes in "The Republic" has been labeled utopian
    $600 3
This verb used in film editing also refers to cutting & recombining DNA molecules
    $600 16
You can handle real kiwis--the birds, not the fruit--at Kiwi House in Napier in this country
    $600 20
Not surprisingly, her 1996 book "Cooking for Healthy Living" is put out by Turner Publishing
    $600 23
In 1718 this declining Italian republic lost the Peloponnesus to Turkey
    $600 28
The New York Post said of this revival with Jerry Lewis, it's "another home run... you'll have a ball!"
    $600 8
In 1516 he coined the term "utopia" from the Greek words for "not" & "place"
    $800 4
It can mean a tumor, or a body part that's a mass of tissue, like the lymph type
    $800 17
Le musee d'art et d'histoire in Neuchatel in this country boasts a trio of magnificent 18th c. automatons
    $800 21
Co-written by Vincent Bugliosi, it was subtitled "The True Story of the Manson Murders"
    DD: $2,500 24
This bishop for whom a California university city is named wrote, "Westward the course of empire takes its way"
    DD: $700 29
Lerner & Loewe's first hit musical, it was inspired in part by the works of Scotsman James Barrie
    $800 9
In 1873 she wrote "Transcendental Wild Oats", a sketch of her father Bronson's failed utopia
    $1000 5
You win a prize if you give us this term for an organ's shrinkage due to lack of use
    $1000 18
The village of Bor Sang, near Chiang Mai in this country, is famous for its umbrella festival
    $1000 22
While in prison Eldridge Cleaver wrote this 1968 book on the problems confronting black Americans
    $1000 25
This young French king died in captivity in 1795, 2 1/2 years after his father
    $1000 30
In 1973 Ben Vereen won a Tony for his performance in this musical about Charlemagne's son
    $1000 10
George Foerstner named his brand of refrigerator for this Iowa society to which he belonged

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Arthur Evan Mark
$10,200 $5,500 $7,700

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

Now 6 billion miles from Earth, Pioneer 10 originally was launched in 1972 on a mission to this planet

Final scores:

Arthur Evan Mark
$15,401 $0 $11,100
4-day champion: $44,603 3rd place: a Goodyear Airship Eagle trip over Southern California 2nd place: a Zenith 35" big screen TV + Berkline Admiral Collection living room furniture

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Arthur Evan Mark
$10,300 $3,800 $7,600
28 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
11 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $21,700

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Game tape date: 1997-01-29
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