Show #1666 - Monday, November 25, 1991

Kirk Ditzler game 1.
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Kirk Ditzler, a teacher from Houston, Texas

Josh Vincent, a waiter and a chef from Brigantine, New Jersey (whose 4-day cash winnings total $58,800)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 1
This current capital is located near the site of the B.C. capital of Yen
    $100 3
On Dec. 24, 1990 he married Nicole Kidman, his "Days of Thunder" co-star
    $100 23
It's "the first book of Moses"
    $100 16
A ceremonial dance around a tall one of these hung with ribbons is a May Day tradition
    $100 21
This hyphenated slang term means up-to-date or hip
    $100 11
Unlike the womanizers known as wolves, it's believed wolves do this for life
    $200 2
Ts'ai Lun is credited w1th inventing this material in 105 A.D.; printing on it came later
    $200 4
It was Yankee pitcher Whitey Ford who dubbed this Reds player "Charlie Hustle"
    $200 30
"Tehillim" meaning "Songs of Praise" is the Hebrew name for this Biblical book
    $200 17
Originally, the basic floor pattern of the minuet was shaped like this number: "figure" it out
    $200 22
The literal translation of the musical direction "con amore"
    $200 12
The "wolf" type of this arachnid chases & pounces on its prey like a wolf, hence its name
    $300 5
His real name was K'ung Ch'iu but it's considered disrespectful to call him that
    $300 8
Walter Hickel, interior sec'y under this president, was elected Gov. of Alaska in 1990
    $300 29
From the Greek word for "Revelation", it's another name for the Book of Revelation
    DD: $1,600 18
Mazurka dancers know this Polish-French composer wrote more than 50 mazurkas for the piano
    $300 24
In "America the Beautiful", this lyric follows "and crown thy good..."
    $300 13
A type of wolf, or a shout of warning to someone near a falling tree
    $400 6
Bolts of this fabric were used as money well into the T'ang dynasty
    $400 9
He marked his 10th year as French pres. in '91 & discovered 8 out of 10 Frenchmen
can't spell his name
    $400 28
This book which follows 1 & 2 Samuel begins just before the death of David
    $400 19
The Landler got its name from Das Landl, part of the upper region of this Alpine country
    $400 25
This 9-letter adjective describes a person who's isolated or socially detached
    $400 14
Legend says a she-wolf suckled these sons of the god Mars
    $500 7
He is considered the father of Taoism & author of its basic text, the "Tao Te Ching"
    $500 10
Beat poet who probably 1st "Howl"ed in 1926 when he was born in Newark
    $500 27
The title figures in this book include Deborah, Jephthah & Samson
    $500 20
These Polynesian people of New Zealand swing poi balls when they do their poi dances
    $500 26
A tax payment that's deducted from income at the source
    $500 15
2 wolves named Teddy & Buck played this wolf named for its white paws in "Dances With Wolves"

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

Josh Kirk Todd
$3,300 -$200 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Kirk Todd
$5,500 $1,100 $2,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Born in Moravia, Freud moved to this city in 1859 & spent most of the next 78 years there
    $200 17
In "Silent Spring" she wrote, "the 'control of nature' is a phrase conceived in arrogance"
    $200 6
This Arizona capital is home to the Hall of Flame, the world's premier museum of fire-fighting
    $200 14
Known for his law of universal gravitation, he devised the 1st reflecting telescope in the 17th c.
    $200 28
This abbreviation for pound comes from the libra, a Roman unit of weight
    $200 1
Gounod's first opera centers on this poetess from Lesbos
    $400 9
In 1910 Freud wrote a profile of this Renaissance artist & inventor
    $400 21
An 1864 quote attributed to this President says, "Marriage is neither heaven nor hell"
    $400 8
The Stedelijk Museum, known for its modern art, is in this city, also the home of the Rijksmuseum
    $400 15
1 of the 2 times during the year when the sun crosses the celestial equator
    $400 27
Used mostly for horse racing today, this is based on the length of an average plowed furrow
    $400 2
Milhaud's opera about this South American liberator is seldom performed today
    $600 10
Freud was the first to use this 6-letter term for urges that are satisfied pleasurably
    $600 22
In "Science and Health" this Christian Scientist wrote "spirit is the real and eternal"
    $600 18
If you want to visit the Louvre, you should know this is the French word for museum
    $600 16
From the Latin for "great", this term refers to the brightness of stars
    $600 26
In the U.S. this measure of wheat officially weighs 60 pounds
    DD: $1,500 3
She signs the title character's death warrant in Donizetti's opera "Maria Stuarda"
    $800 11
A few weeks after the outbreak of WWII, Freud died in this country to which he'd fled from Nazism
    $800 24
Robert Frost said, "she's one of the two best states in the union. Vermont's the other"
    $800 20
The Temple of Dendur, a shrine to Isis built circa 15 B.C., is now housed in this Manhattan museum
    DD: $3,000 12
The steady flow of charged particles from the sun's corona into space is called this
    $800 25
There are this many months in a millennium
    $800 4
Shaporin's opera "the Decembrists" is set in this country in 1825
    $1000 29
Freud developed this analytic process where the patient is encouraged to express random thoughts
    $1000 30
Israel Zangwill wrote, "America is God's Crucible, the great" one of these
    $1000 19
Dumbarton Oaks in this city boasts one of the world's finest collections of Byzantine art
    $1000 13
In 1973 this new comet became the 1st to be studied from space when photographed by Skylab
    $1000 23
This unit of weight used for precious metals is abbreviated oz. t.
    $1000 5
At the end of "I Puritani", this lord protector of England sets Lord Arthur free

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Josh Kirk Todd
$8,500 $6,600 $10,500

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This state has the highest percentage of Hispanics — 38%

Final scores:

Josh Kirk Todd
$0 $6,600 $3,000
3rd place: Sebastian Show-Off makeup collection + Nintendo Entertainment System with Wheel of Fortune & Jeopardy! games + InfoGenius for the Nintendo Game Boy New champion: $6,600 2nd place: FlexSteel Industries sofa + S&S Mills carpeting

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Josh Kirk Todd
$7,200 $5,700 $8,300
24 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
16 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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Game tape date: 1991-09-12
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