Show #1560 - Friday, May 17, 1991

1991 College Championship final game 2.


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Tim Lakin, a sophomore from Northwestern University (subtotal of $5,000)

Andre DuVoisin, a senior from the University of New Orleans (subtotal of $1,600)

Scott Gillispie, a senior from Georgia Tech (subtotal of $16,600)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 21
The Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961 was an attempt to topple the regime of this dictator
    $100 12
"Just for the taste of it"
    $100 6
Under Charles IV this Czech capital became capital of the Holy Roman Empire
    $100 26
An octopus has 3 of these which pump blood through its body
    $100 11
One source says it's "lies agreed upon" & most agree that it "repeats itself"
    $100 1
Some residents of Twin Peaks whoop it up at One-Eye Jack's, a den of inequity in this nearby country
    $200 22
Carrying guests of honor, the Ancon was the first ship to pass through this waterway in August 1914
    $200 15
"You're in good hands with" this insurance company
    $200 7
Like Rome, the oldest section of this Portuguese capital is built on seven hills
    $200 18
The animals that form atolls
    $200 27
“Every” one of these “has his day”
    $200 2
"Presidential" name of the sheriff played by Michael Ontkean, we assume the buck stops in his office
    $300 23
In 1983, for the first time in its history, this organization agreed to cut the price of crude oil
    $300 16
"Nothing outlasts" this Eveready battery, "They keep going and going and going"
    $300 8
A Jamaican rail line connects this capital city with Montego Bay
    $300 17
Because they have only 1 shell, sea snails aren't called bivalves but these
    $300 28
They're the "those" that "heaven helps"
    $300 3
She wrote in her "secret diary", "If only I could stop this fear of dreaming that I'm dying"
    $400 24
In 1969 he received a 99-year prison sentence for the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
    $400 19
"The pain reliever hospitals use most"
    $400 9
The Universal Postal Union & the Int'l Copyright Union are both located in this Swiss capital
    $400 13
Fairy shrimps have compound ones on stalks
    $400 29
These "make fine birds"
    $400 4
Menacing truck driver played by actor Aldo Ray's son Eric Da Re, or a sign of the zodiac
    DD: $2,400 25
One of two U.S. states admitted to the Union in 1912
    $500 20
"We bring good things to life"
    $500 10
A park & monument in this city honor Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario
    $500 14
This sea animal once believed to use 2 of its arms as sails, was named for the men who sailed with Jason
    $500 30
Do this “to live and don’t live to” do it
    $500 5
His 1st line on the show was: "Diane. 11:30 a.m. February 24th. Entering the town of "Twin Peaks"

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 13):

Scott André Tim
$1,300 $1,400 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Scott André Tim
$2,300 $4,800 $3,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 6
This young girl of Exmoor was actually an heiress whose true title was lady Lorna Dugal
    $200 28
Clavius, one of the largest of these on the Moon, can be seen without the aid of a telescope
    $200 22
In 1886 'this monumental sculpture by Bartholdi was dedicated in New York Harbor
    $200 1
The Rio Negro in South America is the longest tributary of the river
    $200 29
When Washington named Samuel Osgood to this post, it was something to write home about
    $200 30
In the film "Twins" Danny DeVito & he played genetically designed twins
    $400 5
Born James Gatz, he was a bootlegger & a peddler of phony stocks
    $400 27
The most common compound on Earth, none of it has been found on the Moon
    $400 21
Ceramics are usually fired in one of these special ovens at temperatures ranging from 1200-3500° F.
    $400 23
About 15 miles east of Las Vegas you'll find this largest artificial lake in the U.S.
    $400 20
When Washington left office all 5 members of the cabinet got to keep their jobs under this new president
    $400 16
Their children were the twins Alexander Helios & Cleopatra Selene, & Ptolemy Philadelphos
    $600 4
This elderly spinster created by A. Christie solved her 1st case in 1930's "Murder at the Vicarage"
    $600 9
Of 1/4, 1/2 or 3/4, the diameter of the Moon as compared to the Earth's
    $600 10
Japanese master artist Hokusai was famous for his "Thirty-Six Views of" this mountain
    $600 24
The ancient region of Mesopotamia was located between these two rivers
    DD: $3,000 19
Oliver Wolcott got advice on fiscal policy from this man he replaced as Secretary of the Treasury
    $600 13
Maurice & Robin Gibb are the twins in this "How Deep Is Your Love" group
    DD: $5,000 2
Loved by 2 men, Quasimodo & Claude Frollo, this Gypsy girl was later hanged as a sorceress
    $800 8
1 of the 2 phases in which the Moon produces the high spring tides on Earth
    $800 11
This Florentine sculptor's real name was Donato but we know him better as this
    $800 25
The Straits of Mackinac connect Lake Huron to this Great Lake
    $800 18
After Timothy Pickering moved into his 3rd cabinet post, Sec'y of State, James McHenry was named this
    $800 14
David Canary has won 3 Emmys for his portrayal of twins Adam & Stuart Chandler on this soap
    $1000 3
Paul Baumer, a 19-year-old German soldier, was the narrator of this Erich Maria Remarque novel
    $1000 7
The next full moon after this one is called the Hunter's Moon & occurs around October 25th
    $1000 12
At a Philadelphia art museum, you can see the first bronze cast of this Frenchman's "Gates of Hell"
    $1000 26
At Pittsburgh this river joins the Allegheny to form the Ohio
    $1000 17
Post filled by Edmund Randolph, William Bradford & Charles Lee
    $1000 15
Last name of Phil & Steve, twins who finished 1st & 2nd in the slalom at the 1984 Winter Olympics

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Scott André Tim
$13,300 $12,800 $4,600
(lock tournament)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

In 1879 he showed that gastric juices can be produced without food being put in the stomach

Final scores:

Scott André Tim
$10,800 $9,000 $1,600

Cumulative scores:

Scott André Tim
$27,400 $10,600 $6,600
Tournament champion: $27,400 + a trophy 1st runner-up: $10,600 2nd runner-up: $7,500

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Scott André Tim
$10,900 $6,700 $4,600
24 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
17 R
(including 2 DDs),
1 W
15 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $22,200

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Game tape date: 1991-04-07
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