Show #1600 - Friday, July 12, 1991

1991 Seniors Tournament quarterfinal game 5.


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Malcolm Post, a real estate sales agent from San Francisco, California

Bob Olsen, a marketing teacher from Northbrook, Illinois

Patricia Miller, a registered nurse from Peekskill, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

THE '60s
    $100 26
After about 10 years in power, he was ousted as Soviet leader in 1964
    $100 2
Country captain is a curry dish made with green peppers, almonds, currants & this poultry
    $100 7
The Museum of Childhood in this Irish capital boasts dolls dressed by Queen Victoria
    $100 12
"Wherever we go, whatever we do. We're gonna go through it" this way
    $100 1
Duralumin is a light, hard alloy consisting mostly of this metal
    $100 17
This Chicago Bulls guard was selected NBA Rookie of the Year in 1985
    $200 27
In 1961 this electronics firm became the first Japanese co. to sell its common stock in the U.S.
    $200 3
The Westphalian type of this meat is smoked over beechwood & juniper
    $200 8
Someone with newly acquired wealth but limited culture is said to be this, French for "new rich"
    $200 13
"I'm" doing this "in the morning. Ding! Dong! The bells are gonna chime"
    $200 22
Any muscle with two heads, like the one in the front of your upper arm
    $200 18
During the 1961-62 season, this Warriors player set an NBA record by averaging 50.4 points a game
    $300 28
Music & art fair held August 15-17, 1969 on a farm in New York state
    $300 4
Diplomatic sauce, which is served with fish, contains these rare, expensive fungi
    $300 9
This slang word for a prison is a corruption of a Spanish word for courtroom, "juzgado"
    $300 14
Peter Pan sings, "Just think of lovely things and your heart will fly on wings forever in" this place
    $300 23
Hordeolum, the infection of a gland at the base of an eyelash, is commonly called this
    $300 19
Now the Celtics' president, he coached the team to 9 NBA titles in 10 seasons
    $400 29
On October 4, 1963 this country signed a treaty recognizing Kuwait's right to full sovereignty
    DD: $500 5
When these nuts are preserved in a sweet syrup they are called marrons glaces
    $400 10
For centuries, Aborigines have used the nonreturning type of these for hunting & warfare
    $400 15
"Nothing portentous or polite; tragedy tomorrow", this "tonight"
    $400 24
"Explosive" other name for the superdense theory of the origin of the cosmos
    $400 20
In 1988 this NBA team moved from the Silverdome to the Palace of Auburn Hills
    $500 30
He was president of American Motors when he threw his hat into the Mich. governor's race in 1962
    $500 6
Port Salut is one of these made originally by Trappist monks in 19th century France
    $500 11
This ex-prime minister is the wife of businessman Asif Ali Zardari
    $500 16
"We belong to" this type of "society, my baby and me"
    $500 25
Malachite is used as a green gemstone & as an ore of this metal
    $500 21
1 of 2 NBA teams located in Florida

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

Patricia Bob Malcolm
$500 $1,100 $600

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Patricia Bob Malcolm
$1,100 $4,500 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 3
Gunslinger Billy Claiborne used this "childish" nickname after the original outlaw died
    $200 26
Harper's Bible Dictionary says it's the precious metal mentioned most often--385 times
    $200 13
In the late 1500s, gartered, knit silk ones replaced woven ones
    $200 5
These Scottish islands are noted for their ponies
    $200 2
The Interstate Commerce Commission was created in 1887 to regulate this means of transportation
    $200 1
The second of James Fenimore Cooper's "Leatherstocking Tales"
    $400 4
Harry Longbaugh acquired this nickname when he was a teenage outlaw, as Butch could have told you
    $400 27
Enoch lived only 365 years; this son of his lived over 2 1/2 times as long
    $400 14
Style of full-legged pants gathered at the ankle, or the odalisques' residence where you'd wear them
    DD: $1,000 6
Early Portuguese explorers called this island "Ilha Formosa" or Beautiful Island
    $400 18
In 1961 JFK chose this man, his brother-in-law, to become the 1st director of the Peace Corps
    $400 22
This historical novel by Bulwer-Lytton, chronicling the eruption of Vesuvius, was filmed 6 times
    $600 8
An attack on the Deadwood stagecoach was 1 of the exciting acts in his Wild West show
    $600 28
Nazirites like Samson had 3 main dont's: drinking wine, going near dead bodies & this
    $600 15
This 19th c. device which pushed a skirt out in back was also called a tournure
    $600 7
St. Pierre & Miquelon is a French overseas department off the coast of this country in the Americas
    $600 19
It's a provision not likely to pass on its own merit, attached to a bill that is certain to pass
    $600 23
1956 Edwin O'Connor novel about the demise of F. Skeffington, an aging big city mayor
    $800 9
The most famous of the Younger Brothers, he toured with carnivals after he was paroled from prison
    DD: $1,000 29
The plot of her book has her marrying, widowed, traveling, gleaning & remarrying
    $800 16
This feminist edited a journal called the Lily, but is best remembered for baggy trousers
    $800 11
A memorial on South Bass Island in this lake honors Commodore Perry's victory in the War of 1812
    $800 20
This agency audits the operations of most of the other agencies in the federal government
    $800 24
This Hubert Selby novel with a NYC borough in the title was the subject of an obscenity trial in England
    $1000 10
He was jailed for his part in NYC's Astor Place Riots, not for the hyperbole of his western "dime novels"
    $1000 30
While visiting Lystra, in Acts chapter 14, Paul & this companion were mistaken for Mercury & Jupiter
    $1000 17
"Pasta" name for the dandies of the 1770s who wore excessively ornate clothing
    $1000 12
Haleakala, the largest extinct volcano in the world, lies on this island, the 2nd largest in Hawaii
    $1000 21
Since 1981 this Illinois congressman has chaired the House Ways & Means Committee
    $1000 25
Poet Thos. Moore wrote of this flower "left blooming alone; all her lovely companions are faded and gone"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Patricia Bob Malcolm
$900 $15,500 $4,300
(lock game)

Final Jeopardy! Round

2 of the 4 African countries that have been members of the UN since its founding

Final scores:

Patricia Bob Malcolm
$0 $16,000 $6,000
3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Patricia Bob Malcolm
$900 $15,200 $4,300
8 R,
4 W
37 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $20,400

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Game tape date: 1991-03-25
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