Show #1664 - Thursday, November 21, 1991

Missing introductions.


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Lee Pellegrino-Gensey, from West Trenton, New Jersey

Alan Byrne, from Pittsburgh, Pennyslvania

Josh Vincent, a waiter and a chef from Brigantine, New Jersey (whose 2-day cash winnings total $29,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 9
You have 2 of these passages & each one has an olfactory bulb at the top
    $100 17
When accepting a present, "don't look" one of these equines "in the mouth"
    $100 1
In 1948 Norwegians increased the size of this capital city 27-fold
    $100 12
Lloyd Bentsen's middle name, or president Fillmore's first
    $100 7
This tall chair made for a young child usually comes with a feeding tray
    $100 4
    $200 27
As their name indicates, the lingual tonsils are found at the back of this organ
    $200 18
Insincere people or big reptiles might feign sadness by shedding these
    $200 2
Derwentwater, Windermere, & Bassenthwaite are 3 of the lakes in this country's Lake District
    $200 13
19th century Chief Justice Salmon Chase's middle name, or the largest city in Oregon
    $200 10
It's a synonym for mirror; Alice went "through" one
    $200 6
"La Guardia!"
    $300 28
When a wisdom tooth becomes wedged between the jawbone & another tooth, it is said to be this
    $300 20
This adjective describes men who are nagged, not those who are attacked by chickens
    $300 3
There are no rivers on this large peninsula in southeastern Mexico
    $300 14
Admiral Farragut's middle name, or Scotland's largest city
    $300 11
Furniture made from this molded, pulped paper mixture was popular during the Victorian period
    $300 19
    DD: $1,000 29
3 semicircular canals are located behind the vestibule here
    $400 23
"To sow" this mythical beast's "teeth" means to stir up strife or war
    $400 5
Known for its oil & gas, this sea is also called the German Ocean
    $400 15
Late, great MGM executive whose middle initial, B., stood for Burt
    $400 22
Scagliola, a gypsum mixture made to look like this rock, is used to make tabletops & chimneypieces
    $400 21
"Humorous Visage"
    $500 30
This organ rids the body of ammonia by converting it to urea
    $500 24
This animal may not wear gloves but its name precedes "glove" in the name of a plant of the genus Digitalis
    $500 8
From 1960-1990 the Aral Sea in this country shrank about 40%
    $500 16
If you don't know this was Katherine Porter's middle name, you may belong on a "Ship of Fools"
    $500 26
From the French meaning to caper, this style of leg often adorns Queen Anne furniture
    $500 25
"Guy From a Region in Central Spain"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 14):

Josh Alan lee
$1,200 $1,500 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Alan lee
$2,600 $2,700 $3,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
Jabez Stone sells his soul to the devil in the story about "The Devil and" this statesman
    $200 12
Poisonous in large amounts, this element abbreviated "I" is needed by your body to prevent goiter
    $200 14
The Roman Catholic church still considers this to be its official language
    $200 1
His company has made Moline the "farm implement capital of the world"
    $200 2
F.E. Smedley wrote in "Frank Fairleigh", "all's fair in" these 2 things
    $200 3
The Romans trained Spartacus, a Thracian slave, to be one of these
    $400 22
The heroine of 1 O. Henry story decides she'll die when "The Last" one of these drops off a vine
    $400 13
This deadly element, symbol As, is used in rat poison & in electrical equipment
    $400 15
The Papuan languages, which number more than 500, are spoken mainly on this island
    $400 7
Illinois' state insect is the monarch type of this
    $400 19
"In the long run", he wrote in "Walden", "men hit only what they aim at"
    $400 4
Slaves in the South used these religious songs as codes to communicate plans for escape
    DD: $2,500 23
Salem native who wrote about witchcraft in the Salem area in an 1835 story, "Young Goodman Brown"
    $600 25
Used in emission control devices, it's more expensive than gold
    $600 16
The main systems of pronunuation in this language are the Ashkenazic & the Sephardic
    $600 8
In 1906 these 2 teams met in the World Series for the first & only time
    $600 20
In a 1940 fireside chat, FDR said, "we must be the great arsenal of" this
    $600 5
In a biblical epistle, this apostle asked Philemon not to punish Onesimus, a runaway slave
    $800 29
The ghost of a pirate visits his sisters in "The Supper at Elsinore" by this Danish authoress
    $800 27
This yellow element can be found in eggs, mustard & garlic
    $800 17
It's sometimes referred to as "erse"
    $800 9
Democrat with a penchant for bow ties who has represented Illinois in the U.S. Senate since 1985
    $800 24
In his novel "Slapstick" he called New York City "Skyscraper National Park"
    DD: $1,500 6
Writer J. Nabuco led the fight in the late 1800s to abolish slavery in this S. American country
    $1000 30
Mark Twain wrote about a town full of hypocrites in "The Man that Corrupted" this place
    $1000 28
Just breaking into the top 100 is this element named after an Italian physicist
    $1000 18
A minority speak Tamil while about three quarters of Sri Lanka's people speak this language
    $1000 10
In 1832 the U.S. Army defeated the Sauk Indians in this uprising, the last Indian war in Illinois
    $1000 26
Wendell Phillips said, "one on" his "side is a majority"
    $1000 11
Term for the colonial commerce in African slaves, West Indian molasses & New England rum

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Alan lee
$12,300 $9,400 $5,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The Treasury prints more bills in these 2 denominations than any other

Final scores:

Josh Alan lee
$18,900 $3,000 $100
3-day champion: $48,800 2nd place: Lloyd/Flanders indoor/outdoor furniture set + Northwestern Bell telephones 3rd place: Aiwa stereo system

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Josh Alan lee
$11,600 $7,500 $4,500
29 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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Game tape date: 1991-09-11
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