Show #1665 - Friday, November 22, 1991

Missing introductions and prizes.


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Josh Vincent, a waiter and a chef from Brigantine, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $48,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: You'll figure that one out very quickly.)
    $100 6
Among this river's tributaries are the Pecos & Puerco rivers in the U.S. & the Salado in Mexico
    $100 16
You get to build one of these vermin catching contraptions in the game of the same name
    $100 21
The root beer this pharmacist created in the mid-1800s originally had a low alcohol content
    $100 11
Until 1962 the Sun & this heavenly body on the flag of Nepal had facial features
    $100 1
Tell us "Who's That Girl" who was "Like a Virgin" in 1984 & "True Blue" in 1986
    $100 26
Animal, vegetable,...
    $200 7
This holy city is capital of Saudi Arabia's al-Hejaz province
    $200 17
Monkey Mania comes with 26 of these fruits which the plastic monkeys gobble up
    $200 22
"Two beautifully embossed, chocolate flavored wafers with a rich cream filling", 1st seen in 1912
    $200 12
A popular phrase used on 18th century U.S. flags was "don't" do this "on me"
    $200 2
Los Lobos rerecorded this Ritchie Valens song for the 1987 film of the same name
    $200 27
Fire, earth, air,...
    $300 8
The ancient name of this Italian industrial city was Mediolanum
    $300 18
Hot potato is a variation of this game that requires a seat for every player but one
    $300 23
In 1896 Leo Hirschfield "roll"ed some chocolate for this daughter of his
    $300 13
Background color shared by the flags of Albania, Morocco & China
    $300 3
This former "Police"man got co-writing credit on Dire Straits' "Money for Nothing"
    $300 28
Kukla, Fran,...
    $400 9
Nearly all of architect Antonio Gaudi's buildings are in this city where the 1992 Olympics will be held
    $400 19
On chess diagrams, the letter N designates this piece
    $400 24
Ezra Cornell, who endowed a university in 1865, was the chief stockholder in this telegraph co.
    $400 14
Ghana's flag has only 1 of these, Panama's has 2, Venezuela's 7
    $400 4
She topped the pop charts for 9 weeks in 1981 with "Bette Davis Eyes"
    $400 29
Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins,...
    $500 10
The San, or Bushmen, live in this desert of southern Africa
    $500 20
In India, this ancient game was played on a cruciform board & cowrie shells were used as dice
    $500 25
Pepsi became Pepsico, Inc. when it bought this chip company in 1965
    $500 15
On the flag of Ireland this color represents the Protestants
    DD: $500 5
In 1961 this native of Vernon, Texas had his first No. 1 hit with the following:

"Yeah, running scared, what would I do / If he came back..."
    $500 30
Head, heart, hands,...

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Josh Ted Craig
$1,900 $0 $1,400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Ted Craig
$4,400 $300 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

(Alex: And finally, our tribute to...)
    $200 1
The region once known as Indian Territory entered the Union along with the rest of this state in 1907
    $200 10
Robert Mills designed this D.C. structure, for a few years the world's tallest
    $200 16
Ambrose Bierce defined this as "a period of cheating between two periods of fighting"
    $200 21
Edward H. Angle was the first dentist to limit his practice to this field of straightening the teeth
    $200 2
In the Shinto religion Mt. Ontake is second only to this Japanese mountain in sacredness
    $200 26
In the late '30s Sinclair Lewis served as book editor at this weekly rival to Time magazine
    $400 3
1 of 2 constitutional freedoms taken away under the Sedition Act of 1798
    $400 11
Julia Morgan, the first licensed woman architect in California, designed San Simeon for this magnate
    $400 17
In "Man and Superman" he wrote, "Hell is full of musical amateurs"
    $400 22
In 1962 Mt. Stalin, the USSR's highest peak, was renamed this, for the country's system of government
    $400 7
The council of Trent set the number of Catholic sacraments at this number
    $400 27
Lewis worked briefly as a janitor at the New Jersey socialist colony of this other Sinclair
    DD: $2,000 4
Shortly after he succeeded Wm. H. Harrison. his entire cabinet, except for Daniel Webster, resigned
    $600 13
Pierre Lescot, Claude Perrault & l.M. Pei are some of the designers of this museum complex
    $600 18
He wrote, "the right stuff was not bravery in the simple sense of being willing to risk your life"
    $600 23
This actress & Weight Watchers spokesperson tells how she found happiness & health in "This is Living"
    $600 8
The calumet used in American Indian ceremonies is a type of this
    $600 28
In preparation for this 1925 book Lewis traveled the Caribbean with bacteriologist Paul de Kruif
    $800 5
In 1896 the Democratic, Populist & National Silver parties all nominated him for president
    $800 14
This Wisconsin-born architect worked for Louis H. Sullivan from 1887-93
    $800 19
Longfellow wrote "Deeds are better things than" these "are"
    $800 24
The last major party candidate for U.S. president who had the initials W.W.
    $800 9
In this ancient civilization the king was thought to be Horus incarnate
    DD: $1,000 29
When this book was published in 1927, Lewis was invited to come to Virginia to be lynched
    $1000 6
In March 1965 M.L. King Jr. led 25,000 freedom marchers from Selma to this capital city
    $1000 15
Colonial architect Peter Harrison is noted for this R.I. city's Redwood Library & Touro Synagogue
    $1000 20
After the 1936 election James Farley said, "as" this state "goes, so goes Vermont"
    $1000 25
On July 29 Norwegians celebrate the feast day of this patron saint
    $1000 12
Male initiates of this religion add Singh to their names; females, Kaur
    $1000 30
Lewis' first successful novel; it helped establish the publishing firm of Harcourt, Brace & Co.

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Ted Craig
$11,000 $3,100 $4,900
(lock game)

[wagering suggestions for these scores]

Final Jeopardy! Round

This element, whose name is from the Greek, would be Lucifer in Latin

Final scores:

Josh Ted Craig
$10,000 $200 $3,599
4-day champion: $58,800 3rd place 2nd place

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Josh Ted Craig
$10,600 $3,100 $4,900
31 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
14 R,
3 W
10 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $18,600

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Game tape date: 1991-09-11
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