Show #1675 - Friday, December 6, 1991

Contestants

Mark Weston, a writer from Armonk, New York

Jordan Lorence, a lawyer originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota

Dan Deacon, a senior marketing and business analyst from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania (whose 2-day cash winnings total $20,501)

Jeopardy! Round

EXPLORERS
MEDICINE
SPORTS LEGENDS
FOOD & DRINK
DESIGN
SALUTES & SALUTATIONS
    $100 1
Garcia Lopez de Cardenas led the first Europeans to see this Arizona wonder on the Colorado River
    $100 14
Popular name for the surgical procedure called a rhinoplasty
    $100 6
Hey, we knew he could hit, but in the 1923 season this Yankee drew a record 170 walks
    $100 9
Lard is the rendered fat of this animal
    $100 19
"Foliage" term for the additional sections of a tabletop used to extend its surface
    $100 25
This "Queen of Country Comedy" is known for her "Howdeee!"
    $200 2
In 1535 Jacques Cartier led the first European expedition up this river
    $200 15
Malocclusion is an abnormal relationship between upper & lower sets of these
    $200 7
The NFL's rushing leader 8 times between 1957 & 1965, his last name is the same as his 1st pro coach & team
    $200 10
Formosa oolong is a partially fermented one of these
    $200 21
A rood screen, which separates the chancel from the nave, can be found in this type of building
    $200 27
Draftees in 1940 received a letter that began with this word in the singular, not the plural
    $300 3
After he conquered Mexico, his urge to explore took him south to the jungles of Honduras
    $300 16
A form of the drug minoxidil, Rogaine is used to treat this condition
    $300 8
Middle name of auto racing great Rufus Jones; an "I" was added by someone who misspelled it
    $300 11
An income tax cocktail contains both the sweet & dry types of this aromatic aperitif wine
    $300 22
An androsphinx has a human head & the bod of this animal, like the one at Giza
    $300 28
This word came from Old Norse for "healthy"; the Romans used "salve", so it should be "Salve! Caesar"
    $400 4
He left Cuba for Florida & went overland from there to discover the Mississippi River
    $400 17
As opposed to acute, this word describes a condition that lasts a long time or recurs frequently
    $400 20
In the early 1970s Aussie Shane Gould was this sport's leading woman competitor
    $400 12
This "dirty" grain, a Cajun specialty, isn't really dirty; it gets its color from its spices & giblets
    $400 23
It's the iridescent lining of mollusk shells used in decorative inlays
    DD: $600 29
Fictional African explorer heard here:

"Hello, I must be going /
I cannot stay, I came to say, I must be going /
I'm glad I came, but just the same I must be going /
I'll stay a week or two /
I'll stay the summer thru...
    $500 5
The same trip on which he discovered New York Harbor, he also found Narragansett Bay
    $500 18
This miner's disease is caused by long-term inhalation of coal dust
    $500 26
In 1962 he won the tennis grand slam & in 1969 became the first man to do it twice
    $500 13
This "nationality" cocoa is treated with alkalis to neutralize acidity
    $500 24
This fragrant "footwear" wood is used to make decorative objects like fans and boxes
    $500 30
This toast concerning slime & sight came from the trenches of World War I

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

Dan Jordan Mark
$1,100 $600 $1,200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Jordan Mark
$2,800 $1,200 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GOVERNMENT
THE QUEEN'S ENGLISH
SHOW BIZ BOOKS
HISTORIC QUOTES
WORLD CITIES
YE GODS!
    $200 1
Since 1969 the figure for this has been set a $200,000 a year
    $200 3
If you holiday in Britain for a fortnight, you stay this long
    $200 23
"Dear Alec" is a tribute to this actor at 75
    $200 17
Completes the Patrick Henry line, "I know not what course others may take, but as for me..."
    $200 4
For nearly 300 years, this Peruvian city was the capital of Spain's South American empire
    $200 12
Triton, a gigantic sea deity, was the son of this god of the sea
    $400 2
Nicknamed the "Fed", this agency helps to regulate our nation's banks
    $400 18
On Broadway you sit in the orchestra; in the West End you, not the horses, sit in these
    $400 24
You can watch this CNN interviewer "Live!" or read his book "Tell Me More"
    $400 22
Upon sighting a large Indian camp June 25, 1876, he said, "We've got them!"
    $400 5
About half of Iceland's people live in this city's metropolitan area
    $400 13
This early group of gods was overthrown in a battle led by Zeus
    $600 9
To ease the burden of the Supreme Court, Congress established these courts in 1891
    $600 19
If you hook your Hoover to the mains, you've done this
    $600 27
This British singer tells all in "They Made a Monkee Out of Me"
    $600 25
He said, "I took the canal zone & let Congress debate, & while the debate goes on the canal does too"
    $600 6
The South African stock exchange is in this city, the economic heart of the country
    $600 14
Amon, one of Egypt's chief deities, eventually merged with this sun god
    $800 10
In Congress, it's a provision unlikely to pass on its own that's attached to a more important bill
    $800 20
In England braces don't hold back the teeth but hold up these
    $800 28
"Henry V" star who called his 1989 memoir "Beginning"
    $800 26
In an 1896 speech, William Jennings Bryan said, "You shall not crucify mankind upon this"
    $800 7
This city at the foot of Mount Carmel is Israel's main seaport
    $800 15
Pan, the Greek god of flocks & shepherds, was part man & part this animal
    DD: $1,900 11
A tax measure introduced in the House is then referred to this standing committee
    $1000 21
A line on a ship showing how far it can submerge when loaded & a word for a tennis shoe share his name
    $1000 30
This actress chronicled her life with William Randolph Hearst in "The Times We Had"
    $1000 29
Robert Goodloe Harper said, "Millions for defense, but not one cent for" this
    DD: $1,900 8
Nearly all of France's kings were crowned in a cathedral in this city about 80 miles from Paris
    $1000 16
In Greek mythology, this husband of Gaea was the earliest sky god

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Dan Jordan Mark
$9,600 $1,200 $8,300

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Final Jeopardy! Round

SONG STANDARDS
According to Irving Berlin, "They can play a bugle call like you never heard before"

Final scores:

Dan Jordan Mark
$2,599 $1,200 $16,600
2nd place: a trip on Delta to Hartford, Connecticut with stay at Sheraton Sturbridge Resort 3rd place: a Formosa drinking water system + NES with Super Jeopardy! + Wheel of Fortune + InfoGenius pak for Game Boy New champion: $16,600

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Dan Jordan Mark
$9,400 $1,200 $9,300
25 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
6 R,
1 W
23 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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