Show #1659 - Thursday, November 14, 1991

1991 Tournament of Champions final game 1.

Contestants

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Jim Scott, a legal assistant from Columbia, Maryland

Lou Pryor, a lawyer and Seniors Tournament winner from New Canaan, Connecticut

Steve Robin, a marketing consultant from Scottsdale, Arizona

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORIC TRIOS
ANNUAL EVENTS
HITS OF THE 1960s
MAGAZINES
WORLD RELIGIONS
ADJECTIVES
    $100 6
These 3 ships left the Canary Islands September 6, 1492 after two of them were repaired
    $100 21
The International Azalea Festival is held each April in Norfolk in this state
    $100 1
In a No. 1 hit by Peter, Paul & Mary, this line precedes "Don't know when I'll be back again"
    $100 11
On the cover of this magazine you'll sometimes see the phrase "And Grooms, Too"
    $100 12
In this religion, the devil is called Iblis, or "al-Shaitaan"
    $100 26
It means meticulous, though it sounds like a combination of "fast" & "hideous"
    $200 7
In music history, they're known as "The Three B's"
    $200 22
This largest city in New Mexico hosts an international balloon festival in mid-October
    $200 2
This hit by the Byrds is subtitled "To Everything There Is A Season"
    $200 13
Yachting is the official magazine of this yachting trophy
    $200 17
His book "Dianetics" gave rise to the Church of Scientology
    $200 27
It means gracefully tall & slender, perhaps like a weeping tree
    $300 8
It was the slogan of the French Revolution
    $300 23
This state has an annual Upper Peninsula state fair in Escanaba in August
    $300 3
In 1965 The McCoys hit No. 1 with this song about a girl who lives in a very bad part of town
    $300 14
"The Magazine of Good Living", or a connoisseur of fine food & drink who might savor it
    $300 18
Xochiquetzal was the goddess of beauty of this Mexican civilization
    $300 28
Meaning adapted for seizing or grasping, it often describes a monkey's tail
    $400 9
The three Baltic countries absorbed by the Soviet Union in 1940
    $400 24
Bridgeport, Conn. has an annual festival honoring this 19th c. showman
    $400 4
She's "Swingin' down the street so fancy-free, nobody you meet could ever see the loneliness there"
    $400 15
"The Practical Journal for the Environment" isn't called Trash, but this
    $400 19
Hawaii's second-largest island is named for this Polynesian demi-god
    $400 29
Bellicose & belligerent are derived in part from this Latin word for "war"
    $500 10
These three men who formed the first triumvirate in 60 B.C. had no official sanction
    $500 25
This Mississippi port has a shrimp festival & the blessing of the fleet in June
    $500 5
In 1964 she sang "You don't own me, I'm not just one of your many toys"
    DD: $800 16
This stylish magazine was named for its publication director; her first name is Grace
    $500 20
Meaning "disciple", this is a follower of Guru Nanak & his successor gurus
    $500 30
Something that is senary has this many things or parts

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

Steve Lou Jim
$1,400 $1,000 $700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lou Jim
$3,500 $1,900 $500

Double Jeopardy! Round

FRENCH LITERATURE
SCIENCE & NATURE
FORESTS
FAMOUS WOMEN
OKLAHOMA
THE CONGRESS
    $200 2
In the 1840s Victor Hugo began writing this book using the title "Le Miser"
    $200 26
A non-ferrous metal is any metal other than steel or this
    $200 21
Arizona's Kaibab National Forest lies near this national park
    $200 16
The 1935 film "Naughty Marietta" was her first collaboration with Nelson Eddy
    $200 7
Oklahoma got this nickname from those who staked claims before land was open for settlement
    $200 1
Representing Massachusetts' 8th District, Joseph P. Kennedy is the son of this late New York senator
    $400 11
This author of "No Exit" said no to a Nobel Prize in 1964
    $400 27
Squamata, meaning "scaly", is the reptile order that composes these two types of creatures
    $400 22
Divisions of this state's Sumter National Forest include Long Cane, Enoree & Tiger
    $400 17
In 1923 her first magazine article, "In China Too", appeared in the Atlantic Monthly
    $400 8
This cowboy humorist is buried at a shrine in Claremore, near his birthplace
    $400 3
Former "Love Boat" star Fred Grandy represents this state's 6th District in the House
    $600 13
"Contes de ma Mere l'Oye" by Charles Perrault is a collection of these
    $600 28
The coelacanth, thought to be extinct until one was caught in 1938, is this type of creature
    $600 23
This state's Chippewa & Superior National Forests contain many of its 10,000 lakes
    $600 18
Actress to whom Charles II referred when he supposedly said, "Let not poor Nelly starve"
    $600 9
This university in Stillwater has won 29 NCAA wrestling titles, more than any other college
    $600 4
In 1990 Socialist Bernard Sanders won this New England state's only House seat
    $800 14
This playwright was a friend of Jean Racine, & his company staged Racine's first play
    $800 29
Simply put, his law says that if you double the pressure of a gas, you halve its volume
    $800 24
This national forest in Oregon shares its name with the mountain contained within its borders
    $800 19
From 1986-89, Gro Harlem Brundtland served as this Scandinavian country's prime minister
    $800 10
This part of the state was once known as "No Man's Land" or the "Cimarron Strip"
    $800 5
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, who represents this state's 18th District, was born in Havana
    $1000 15
Under this pen name, Francois-Marie Arouet wrote "Micromegas", a tale of a 120,000-foot-tall being
    $1000 30
This mineral, which occurs in such forms as sand & quartz, is the main material in most rocks
    $1000 25
A national forest in Missouri's Ozarks is named for this 19th century writer
    DD: $2,500 20
She was a textile factory worker when she was chosen as the U.S.S.R.'s first female cosmonaut
    $1000 12
Oklahoma's second-largest city, it's been called "The Oil Capital of the World"
    DD: $1,900 6
This Missourian is the House Majority Leader

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Steve Lou Jim
$7,700 $7,700 $10,900

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. PRESIDENTS
The first two consecutive presidents who were from the same state

Final scores:

Steve Lou Jim
$10,400 $9,100 $20,000

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Steve Lou Jim
$7,400 $7,700 $8,500
18 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
16 R,
2 W
22 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $23,600

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