Show #1652 - Tuesday, November 5, 1991

1991 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 2.

Contestants

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Andy Westney, a college freshman and Teen Tournament winner from Atlanta, Georgia

Mark Pestronk, a travel attorney from Washington, D.C.

Lynne Wexler, a librarian from Evanston, Illinois

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Jeopardy! Round

GEOLOGY
FEMALE FIRSTS
SPORTS
SHEEP POTPOURRI
1970
WHAT'S THE PITCH?
(Alex: A reference to some advertising, obviously.)
    $100 18
Derived from Latin meaning "dug up", it's the remains of a plant or animal preserved in rock
    $100 1
In 1976 she became the first Romanian to win an Olympic gold medal in gymnastics
    $100 11
This Los Angeles Kings hockey player is known as "The Great One"
    $100 23
In this country sheep ranchers are called graziers & they operate sheep stations
    $100 3
Between May & July, this man & a small crew crossed the Atlantic in a reed boat, the Ra II
    $100 15
"The milk chocolate melts in your mouth — not in your hand"
    $200 19
A fracture in the earth along which the sides are displaced; the San Andreas is a dramatic example
    $200 2
Anna Mae Hays & Elizabeth Hoisington were the first two women to achieve this Army rank
    $200 12
It's the only NFL team that currently plays its home games in New York state
    $200 24
Nickname for a college diploma
    $200 6
Dr. Roger Payne & his wife released recordings they made of these animals "singing"
    $200 16
"It's not done 'til it's done with" this steak sauce
    $300 25
It's the shallow body of water enclosed within an atoll
    DD: $500 4
She founded the Opera Company of Boston in 1957 & in 1976 became the first woman to conduct at the Met
    $300 13
This "sweet" fighter won the world middleweight boxing title a record 5 times from 1951-1958
    $300 28
In "Little Boy Blue", it's where the sheep is
    $300 7
Leonard Woodcock was elected to head this union May 22, 1970
    $300 17
"You'll wonder where the yellow went when you brush your teeth with" this product
    $400 26
This "powdery" mineral is number 1 on the Mohs scale of hardness
    $400 5
This author & wife of Time magazine's founder was the USA's first female ambassador to Italy
    $400 14
In 1930 he became the first & only man to sweep golf's four Grand Slam tournaments
    $400 29
It's a knot for shortening a rope
    $400 8
This magazine based on one that began at Harvard debuted
    $400 21
"Sometimes you feel like a nut, sometimes you don't" refers to these two candy bars by Peter Paul
    $500 27
Longer than an era, this is the longest geological time unit
    $500 9
Under FDR, Frances Perkins became the first female cabinet member, heading this department
    $500 20
In 1964 & 1965 The Sporting News named this future senator College Player of the Year in basketball
    $500 10
It was observed nationwide for the first time April 22, 1970
    $500 22
"Hasn't scratched yet"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Lynne Mark Andy
$1,100 $1,600 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Mark Andy
$2,900 $3,600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

FLANDERS
NONFICTION
TRANSPORTATION
CLASSICAL MUSIC
AMERICAN HISTORY
THE BRAIN
    $200 25
A Bouvier des Flandres is a working type of this animal
    $200 14
"The Exploration of Space" is one of several nonfiction works by this "2001" author
    $200 2
For mountain touring, many people prefer this vehicle to have 18 or 21 speeds
    $200 8
His Piano Concerto No. 18, K. 456, was written for Viennese virtuoso Maria Theresia von Paradis
    $200 1
"Bleeding Kansas" was so named because of violence over this issue in the 1850s
    $200 3
Though the brain is only 2% of human body weight, it uses up to 25% of this in the blood
    $400 28
Occupation by the Germans in World War II led to a major evacuation from this port
    $400 15
Vincent Bugliosi took the title of this 1974 book about the Manson murders from a Beatles song
    $400 13
One of man's earliest boats was this type of canoe made by hollowing out a log
    $400 10
This Spaniard who gave his first concert in Granada in 1909 arranged Bach & Haydn for the guitar
    $400 4
He obtained a charter to establish Georgia in 1732 & founded Savannah a year later
    $400 16
In 1929 Hans Berger first recorded these on paper
    $600 29
A chief textile production center in the 15th century, it was the site of a treaty signing in 1814
    $600 17
Barbara Tuchman won a 1963 Pulitzer Prize for "The Guns of August", a history of this war's 1st month
    $600 18
In 1990 this cruise line founded by a British shipowner celebrated its 150th anniversary
    $600 9
This Hungarian wrote two program symphonies based on literature, "Faust" & "Dante"
    $600 5
This 1848 treaty ending the Mexican-American War added over 500,000 square miles to U.S. territory
    $600 22
The longitudinal fissure is the deep groove that separates the hemispheres of this part of the brain
    $800 27
John McCrae wrote, "In Flanders Fields" these "blow between the crosses, row on row"
    $800 21
In "Chutzpah", this lawyer best known for his defense of Claus von Bulow discusses the plight of Jews
    $800 19
In August 1991 this French automaker of the 405 Series said it will quit selling cars in the U.S.
    $800 11
He wrote his "A Midsummer Night's Dream" overture before he was 18
    $800 6
This Shawnee chief & his brother, the Prophet, were both defeated in battles by William Henry Harrison
    $800 23
There are over 10 billion of these cells in the brain, each part of the brain having its own type
    $1000 30
This city famous for its bridges is the capital of the West Flanders province
    $1000 26
A journal kept by this British adventurer & soldier was published in 1955 as "The Mint"
    $1000 20
Japan's Hosho, launched in 1922, was the first warship designed specifically for this use
    DD: $800 12
"Gloriana", which he wrote for Elizabeth II's coronation, was about Elizabeth I & Essex
    DD: $500 7
On Dec. 4, 1783 George Washington bade his officers farewell at this New York City tavern
    $1000 24
Descartes called this gland "the seat of the rational soul"; scientists still aren't sure what it does

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Lynne Mark Andy
$3,900 $8,000 $5,400

Final Jeopardy! Round

WORLD LEADERS
He died in 1965 & was buried in St. Martin's churchyard near the palace where he was born in 1874

Final scores:

Lynne Mark Andy
$7,700 $10,801 $0
2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or computer version Automatic semifinalist 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated + Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary home game or computer version

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Lynne Mark Andy
$3,700 $8,000 $6,700
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R,
0 W
22 R,
7 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $18,400

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