Show #1660 - Friday, November 15, 1991

1991 Tournament of Champions final game 2.


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Jim Scott, a legal assistant from Columbia, Maryland (subtotal of $20,000)

Lou Pryor, a lawyer and Seniors Tournament winner from New Canaan, Connecticut (subtotal of $9,100)

Steve Robin, a marketing consultant from Scottsdale, Arizona (subtotal of $10,400)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
On May 18, 1953 pilot Jacqueline Cochran became the first woman to break this barrier
    $100 15
The Belgian type of this battercake is served for breakfast or for dessert
    $100 10
In 1968 "The Lucy Show" evolved into a new show titled this
    $100 21
The robber crab is known for climbing palms to feed on these
    $100 26
Kimberly-Clark first advertised these tissues as a disposable cold cream remover
    $100 20
A person described as loquacious does this a lot
    $200 2
Ruth Bryan Owen, who served in the U.S. House from 1929-33, was this famous Nebraskan's daughter
    $200 16
Dishes flavored or garnished with these rare costly fungi are referred to as "a la Perigourdine"
    $200 11
Bill Bixby starred in 2 sitcoms during the 1960s, "My Favorite Martian" & this
    $200 27
The part of the male lyrebird that's shaped like a lyre
    DD: $700 9
The original sketch of Ann Turner, seen in the following, is kept in this company's vault:
    $200 22
A "hiduk" can be this type of fighter that hides in the hills & makes quick surprise attacks
    $300 5
Labor leader A. Philip Randolph organized the brotherhood of these porters in 1925
    $300 17
The name of this Mexican dish made with chiles & cheese translates to "stuffed peppers"
    $300 12
This show featured Shady Rest Hotel proprietor Kate Bradley, her three daughters & their uncle
    $300 28
The flying fox isn't a type of fox, but a type of this
    $300 8
Headquartered in St. Louis, it's the largest single brewing organization in the world
    $300 23
An opera extra, when not carrying one of these, can set it in a fewter
    $400 4
Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings won the 1939 Pulitzer Prize for this story of a boy & his fawn
    $400 18
Tahini, a thick paste used in Middle Eastern cooking, is made from these ground seeds
    $400 13
The 2 Williams who played O'Caseys on "My Three Sons"
    $400 29
In 1921 Banting & Best controlled diabetes in these animals with insulin; man came later
    $400 7
With help from Mitsubishi, this company manufactured the first Korean automobile in 1976
    $400 24
Horripilation is the term for having this type of flesh
    $500 3
He defeated incumbent Bob Martinez by over 400,000 votes in 1990 to become Florida governor
    $500 19
From the Italian word for rice, it's a rice dish cooked with broth & often grated cheese
    $500 14
On this show, souvenirs made by the Hekawi Indians were sold by O'Rourke Enterprises
    $500 6
In May 1991 this entertainment giant replaced USX on the Dow Jones Industrial Average
    $500 25
In this sport, a "firstbrun" is a jump turn at right angles

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 9):

Steve Lou Jim
$1,400 $0 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lou Jim
$1,700 $2,600 $200

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 26
The Walker Cup in golf was named for his maternal grandfather, George Herbert Walker
    $200 11
Argentina declared its independence from this country in 1816
    $200 6
In the 1960s he made such experimental films as "Eat", "Sleep" & "Kiss"
    $200 5
In 1861 a Poughkeepsie, New York brewer founded this women's college; it's since become co-educational
    $200 27
Many Viking artifacts can be found on these islands famous for their ponies
    $200 29
This poet's grandnephew, Greenleaf Whittier Pickard, invented the crystal detector used in radio
    $400 25
After the presidency, he set up an office at Gettysburg College, where he put together his memoirs
    $400 12
The Rhine Valley occupies one-third of this 62-square-mile country; the Alps cover the rest
    $400 7
He was born Jheronimus van Aken in the Netherlands c. 1450
    $400 4
This private university is New Orleans' oldest institution of higher learning
    $400 28
These historical epics which the Vikings learned by heart were passed on from generation to generation
    $400 30
When Elinor Wylie married William Rose Benet, she became this poet's sister-in-law
    $600 24
Born in 1735 in Braintree, MA, he wrote most of the articles of the state's constitution
    $600 15
King Jigme Singye Wangchuck rules this Himalayan country between India & Tibet
    $600 8
He engraved his poems such as "The Tyger", illustrated them & hand-colored the prints he made
    $600 3
Founded in Detroit, the University of Michigan moved to this city in 1837
    DD: $3,000 23
Now considered a fake, a stone with these Viking letters was found in 1898 in Kensington, Minnesota
    $600 21
He was the son of publisher Arthur Waugh & the brother of novelist Alec Waugh
    $800 16
In the first presidential White House wedding, he married Frances Folsom
    $800 13
In its native language, this heavily forested European country is known as Suomi
    $800 9
Edward Hicks did over 60 versions of this painting based on a Bible prophecy of the lion lying with the lamb
    $800 1
Its West Lafayette, Indiana campus library system is also a depository for the U.S. Defense Mapping Agency
    $800 22
This French territory was colonized by the Vikings in the 900s & is named for them
    $800 20
Several of Harriet Beecher Stowe's brothers were preachers; this one wrote "Life of Jesus the Christ"
    DD: $2,500 17
Some speculate that this successor to James Garfield was actually born in Canada
    $1000 14
Enver Hoxha ruled this Balkan country from 1944 until his death in 1985
    $1000 10
This artist has made a bronze sculpture of two beer cans as well as paintings of the U.S. flag
    $1000 2
From 1899-1960, this university was known as Alabama Polytechnic Institute
    $1000 18
In the late 800s, this king of Wessex prevented the Vikings from conquering all of England
    $1000 19
This author of "The Virginian" was the grandson of 19th century actress Fannie Kimball

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lou Jim
$11,200 $8,600 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The colonists referred to the first three French & Indian Wars using the names of these three British monarchs

Final scores:

Steve Lou Jim
$2,200 $600 $1,650

Cumulative scores:

Steve Lou Jim
$12,600 $9,700 $21,650
1st runner-up: $12,600 + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or computer version 2nd runner-up: $9,700 + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or computer version Tournament champion: $100,000 + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or computer version

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Steve Lou Jim
$6,800 $8,600 $4,000
21 R
(including 3 DDs),
4 W
19 R,
0 W
13 R,
5 W

Combined Coryat: $19,400

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Game tape date: 1991-10-15
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