Show #1585 - Friday, June 21, 1991

Mark Born game 2.
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Bruce Blakely, an accountant from Fremont, California

Bob Acker, a lawyer from Oakland, California

Mark Born, an investment analyst from Los Angeles, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $14,999)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 11
For certain inflammations, doctors suggest soaking in a bath of these salts
    $100 10
After being fired from WJM-TV, this character became City Editor of the Los Angeles Tribune
    $100 8
Many of these animals appear to drink continually as they swim, hence the phrase "to drink like" one
    $100 21
The name of the plant heliotrope indicates it turns toward this
    $100 1
The Weddell Sea & the Ross Sea border this continent
    $100 6
He was the first surveyor to become U.S. President
    $200 16
Gingivitis is the medical term for an inflammation of this part of the mouth
    $200 12
Reruns from this series were aired later under the title "McGarrett"
    $200 9
If you're as dead as one of these nails, you're lifeless indeed
    $200 22
Cymbidium is a hardy type of this corsage flower
    $200 2
The Laptev, Kara, Beaufort & Barents Seas are part of this ocean
    $200 7
It took about 4 years, from 1763-67, for this pair to survey the boundary between Maryland & Pennsylvania
    $300 18
Athlete's foot is an example of a mycosis, meaning it's caused by these organisms
    $300 17
In February 1991, Peter Horton's character Gary was killed off on this show
    $300 13
We hope you're never as poor as one of these rodents, who dwells in a place of worship
    $300 23
Dionaea, a member of the insect-eating sundew family, is popularly called this
    $300 3
To reach Miami Beach from Miami you cross this bay
    $300 28
He was appointed Surveyor of Customs in Salem, Massachusetts four years before writing "The Scarlet Letter"
    $400 26
In children, fatigue or stress can lead to somnambulism, which is this
    $400 19
Between 1969 & 1973, four rotating shows, including "The Lawyers" & "The Doctors", aired under this name
    $400 14
We should all be as rich as this king of Lydia
    $400 24
Resins in the flower of this vine prevent the growth of bacteria in beer
    $400 4
This colorful sea between China & Korea is an average of only 121 feet deep
    DD: $1,000 29
He surveyed the coasts of Australia and New Zealand, and a large island off British Columbia is named for him
    $500 27
From the Latin for torn, it's a cut or wound with a jagged edge
    $500 20
In the pilot for this series, Ward was played by Casey Adams & Wally by Paul Sullivan
    $500 15
To be supremely confident is to be as independent as a hog on this
    $500 25
Some people used to chew the inner bark of this elm, also known as the red elm, to treat throat ailments
    $500 5
The Hamilton River in Labrador was renamed for this British Prime Minister in 1965, the year of his death
    $500 30
The Surveyor probes were sent by the U.S. to survey this body

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 18):

Mark Bob Bruce
$1,200 $1,300 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bob Bruce
$4,100 $900 $1,300

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 21
The two official languages of Czechoslovakia
    $200 6
She was already a married woman, not a single girl, when she wrote "Sex and the Single Girl"
    $200 16
When we talk about his "Pieta", it could be the St. Peter's one, the Florence one, or the Rondanini one
    $200 1
Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro, born in 70 B.C. near Mantua, is better known by this name
    $200 11
It's the only peak in North America that rises above 20,000 feet
    $200 26
"The Sage of Walden Pond"
    $400 22
Nahuatl is also called this, after the Mexican people who spoke it
    $400 7
In private life, she's Mrs. Edwin Schlossberg
    $400 17
In March 1990, the J. Paul Getty Museum acquired his masterpiece "Irises"
    $400 2
He became king of Macedonia after the assassination of his father Philip II
    $400 12
More fatal mountaineering accidents have occurred on this peak than on any other Alpine peak
    $400 27
"Uncle Remus"
    $600 23
Marathi, not Hindi, is the most widely spoken Indian language in this port city
    $600 8
A LIFE Magazine photo of this love goddess in a negligee was one of the most famous pin-up shots of World War II
    DD: $2,000 18
In 1971 at the age of 90, he became the first living artist to have his work hung in the Louvre
    $600 3
In 4 A.D., this man adopted Tiberius, who succeeded him as Emperor
    DD: $1,900 13
Located 70 miles from Nairobi, this second-highest African peak is named for the country in which it's found
    $600 28
"The Fourth Musketeer"
    $800 24
The Berber languages are spoken primarily in these two countries
    $800 9
Oscar winner who doesn't sing "Over the Rainbow" because "nobody could sing it better than my mother"
    $800 19
In 1986, Andrew Wyeth sold over 200 works, most of them featuring this woman
    $800 4
Homer spoke of the wealth of this hundred-gated capital of ancient Egypt
    $800 14
The highest mountain peak in Europe is in Georgia in this Soviet range
    $800 29
This Knickerbocker earned himself the nickname "The Father of American Literature"
    $1000 25
Though English is official, Hausa, Igbo, and Yoruba all have millions of speakers in this African country
    $1000 10
John Manahan, whose late wife Anna Anderson claimed to be this Russian, died in Virginia in 1990
    $1000 20
Last name of Flemish painters Jan and Hubert, said to have collaborated on "The Ghent Altarpiece"
    $1000 5
The name of this Persian religious reformer is translated as "rich in camels", or something to that effect
    $1000 15
According to the Bible, Moses climbed Mt. Nebo to view this
    $1000 30
This 14th-century poet has been called "The Father of English Poetry"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Mark Bob Bruce
$18,400 $3,500 $1,100
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

He was the only man to preside over both the House & the Senate on the same day, March 4, 1933

Final scores:

Mark Bob Bruce
$29,400 $6,500 $1,000
2-day champion: $44,399 2nd place: a trip to Miami 3rd place: a Konica Z-UP 80RC camera + Nintendo Entertainment System w/ Wheel of Fortune, Jeopardy!, and Fisher Price Preschool games + Game Boy version of Wheel of Fortune

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Coryat scores:

Mark Bob Bruce
$15,100 $3,500 $1,100
33 R
(including 3 DDs),
2 W
11 R,
2 W
9 R,
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,700

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Game tape date: 1991-03-13
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