Show #1635 - Friday, October 11, 1991

Leszek Pawlowicz game 2.

Contestants

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Vincent Soatikee, a musician and actor from Los Angeles, California

Nick Pyle, an architect from Los Angeles, California

Leszek Pawlowicz, a materials scientist from Phoenix, Arizona (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,401)

Jeopardy! Round

ZOOLOGY
COMPLETES THE FILM TITLE
FOOD
LOUISIANA
TEXTILES
GO TO "H"
    $100 6
Great Danes were developed to hunt these fierce, powerful hogs
    $100 1
"The Greatest Story..."
    $100 19
This Japanese dish can be many ingredients, not just raw fish, wrapped around vinegared rice
    $100 26
During the Civil War, the state capital was moved to Opelousas; it returned to this city in 1882
    $100 11
In 1958 this photography company introduced Kodel, a type of polyester
    $100 13
It's the medical term for bad breath
    $200 7
The Grevy's species of this striped animal is found in Kenya, Ethiopia & Somalia
    $200 2
"Ferris Bueller's..."
    $200 20
Coarse hominy is called samp & ground hominy, this
    $200 27
New Orleans first held this festival in 1699
    $200 12
Short, loose fibers that form the fuzz found in a dryer's trap
    $200 14
Established in 1519, this capital is the largest city in the West Indies
    $300 8
This massively built ox is sometimes found 20,000 feet above sea level
    $300 3
"Desperately Seeking..."
    $300 21
The cheese steak sandwich is thought to have originated in this city in the 1930s
    $300 28
This country got Louisiana from France in 1762 & kept it for 38 years before ceding it back to France
    $300 18
For textiles, the best type of this fiber comes from the Bactrian variety
    $300 15
This small nocturnal mammal covered with spines rolls into a ball when threatened
    DD: $1,000 9
The golden marmoset, whose hair looks like a lion's mane, is one of the smallest of these anlmals
    $400 4
"Fast Times..."
    $400 22
In Europe, some cook & eat the shoots of this beer-flavoring vine
    $400 29
The state seal features this bird feeding 3 of its young
    $400 24
Derived from the stems of plants, bast fibers include jute, ramie & this linen producer
    $400 16
This royal family ruled Great Britain from 1714 to 1901
    $500 10
The pocket gopher was named for the fur-lined pockets on this part of its body
    $500 5
"Mr. Blandings Builds..."
    $500 23
The famous French tarte tatin contains this fruit
    $500 30
The state's first railroad was begun in 1831 by a company named for this large lake
    $500 25
The larva of the Bombyx mori moth produces this fiber
    $500 17
He wrote the oldest extant major Greek prose work & the 1st history in Western civilization

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 15):

Leszek Nick Vince
$3,200 $900 -$300

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Nick Vince
$7,300 $1,400 -$300

Double Jeopardy! Round

ARCHAEOLOGY
MONTHS
19th C. AMERICANS
SCIENCE
FRENCH LITERATURE
OLD TESTAMENT
    $200 5
Fragments of poems about Baal were descovered in the early 1930s on tablets made of this
    $200 11
Armed Forces Day & Memorial Day are both observed during this month
    $200 16
This Grand Detour, Illinois blacksmith invented the steel plow around 1838
    $200 2
These identifying features are categorized on the basis of arches, loops & whorls
    $200 21
Of Delmonico, Filet Mignon or Chateaubriand, the one who was a French novelist
    $200 26
His friends were cast into the fiery furnace & he was cast into the lion's den
    $400 6
The tall, large-headed statues on this Pacific island were carved from tuff, a volcanic rock
    $400 12
This summer month's birthstone is the ruby & its special flower, the water lily
    $400 17
She was called "The Angel of the Battlefield" for her efforts in caring for Civil War wounded
    $400 3
Blood cells are suspended in this liquid that's 95% water
    $400 22
In a Voltaire novel, this title character arrives in Lisbon just in time for the 1755 earthquake
    $400 27
Lot chose to reside in this one of the five cities of the plain
    $600 1
The House of the Deer is an unusual villa preserved in this once-buried city near Pompeii
    $600 13
The U.S. entered the Revolutlonary War, the Civil War & WWI during this month
    $600 18
In 1856 this abolitionist & his men killed 5 in a guerrilla raid in Pottawatomie, Kansas
    $600 4
A fuel cell converts chemical energy directly to this kind of energy
    $600 23
In an 1831 novel, Esmeralda hides from a mob in the belfry of this building
    $600 28
This king of Israel's famous harp was actually a type of lyre called a kinnor
    $800 7
Ruins of Mayan temples & palaces have been found at Tikal in this country that borders Belize
    DD: $4,000 14
On the original 12-month Roman calendar, it was the twelfth month
    $800 19
After Jim Bowie fell ill at the Alamo, Texans fought under the sole command of this lieutenant colonel
    $800 8
A representation of an object formed by an optical instrument, it can be "virtual" or "real"
    $800 24
"The Paths of Freedom" was a 4-volume series of novels that this existentialist never completed
    $800 29
The Babylonian form of hes name was Nabu-Kudurri-Usur
    $1000 10
The ancient Clovis culture was named for a site in this SW state where its artifacts were discovered
    $1000 15
James Whitcomb Riley said it's about "knee-deep in" this month that "strawberries melts on the vine"
    $1000 20
This noted lexicographer helped found Amherst College in 1821
    $1000 9
The islets of Langerhans in this organ also produce glucagon
    $1000 25
Most of book V of his novel "Gargantua and Pantagruel" was probably written by an impostor
    DD: $5,000 30
Although he's often called Adam's third son, Genesis 5:3 implies he was first

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Leszek Nick Vince
$12,700 $400 $1,700
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. CITIES
The paper making Winston Churchill an honorary U.S. citizen is in this city named for an inventor

Final scores:

Leszek Nick Vince
$8,000 $1 $700
2-day champion: $23,401 3rd place: Hotpoint extra-large washer & dryer + the Nintendo Entertainment System 2nd place: a trip to Cancun aboard AeroCancun with accomodations at the Hotel Oasis Cancun

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Leszek Nick Vince
$16,100 $5,400 $1,700
40 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
5 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $23,200

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