Show #1466 - Monday, January 7, 1991

Contestants

Lorraine Miller, a dental hygenist from Gillette, Wyoming

John Gardner, a technical data manager originally from Lost Nation, Iowa

Jerry Standlee, an air traffic controller from Fort Worth, Texas (whose 2-day cash winnings total $16,000)

Jeopardy! Round

1972
11-LETTER WORDS
INVENTIONS
COMPOSERS
TV TRIVIA
FISH
    $100 11
L. Patrick Gray announced that this bureau would begin to recruit women as special agents for the 1st time
    $100 22
The yearly celebration of any event, commonly of a wedding
    $100 16
Among his lesser-known inventions are the mimeograph machine & wax paper
    $100 21
Gian Carlo Menotti wrote an opera called "The Old Maid and the Thief" for this medium in 1939
    $100 1
In the 1960s TV series "Combat", Vic Morrow & Rick Jason were fighting this war
    $100 6
A sea horse uses this long, prehensile body part to cling to seaweed
    $200 12
This reclusive billionaire left his hdqrs. in the Bahamas & reportedly moved to Nicaragua
    $200 23
A magician's incantation or a 1982 No. 1 hit for the Steve Miller Band
    $200 17
The first one, built by the Otis Elevator Co., was installed in Gimbel's Philadelphia store in 1901
    $200 27
After Italian operas became unpopular in England, Handel began to write these, such as "Messiah"
    $200 2
Sitcom in which Suzanne Sugarbaker had a pet pig named Noel who ran away
    $200 7
Catfish usually have 2 to 4 pairs of barbels, which are these
    $300 13
He won the Michigan & Maryland Democratic primaries 1 day after he was shot
    $300 24
Before school starts, students may go thru this process to familiarize them with the institution
    $300 18
This 1853 invention by Charles Pravaz enables doctors to administer drugs more easily
    $300 28
Richard Strauss conducted his own "Olympische Hymne" at the opening of the Olympic Games in this city in 1936
    $300 3
A 1980 salary dispute led to her departure from "Three's Company"
    $300 8
Many fish have an organ called a "swim" one of these which helps keep them buoyant
    $400 14
President Nixon named John Warner secretary of this branch of the armed forces
    $400 25
Speaking, knowing & using only one language
    $400 19
Joseph Aspdin, a bricklayer, invented the "Portland" variety of this substance
    $400 29
The first of his own compositions he took to #1 on the pop charts was "Superstition" in 1973
    $400 4
Carolyn Jones played this macabre mom whose maiden name was Frump
    $400 9
Unlike most of these fish, the nurse species doesn't have to swim constantly & often lies motionless
    $500 15
This tennis star was a lieutenant in the Romanian army when he won the U.S. Open
    $500 26
Type of force that moves a body toward an axis -- the equal & opposite of centrifugal force
    $500 20
While in prison for debt, he began experiments that led him to vulcanize rubber
    $500 30
Born in 1879 in Prague, this famous Rudolf was a published composer by the age of 10
    DD: $400 5
(Audio Daily Double)
This actor co-wrote the following theme & was the star of the show that featured it:
    $500 10
The skeleton of a ray is made of this substance, not bone

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

Jerry John Lorraine
$2,100 -$100 -$900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry John Lorraine
$4,400 $1,300 -$500

Double Jeopardy! Round

CONTEMPORARY BOOKS
SCULPTURE
COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
INDIA
GEOLOGY
SOUP DU JOUR
    $200 26
Chapter 1 of Harold T.P. Hayes' book about this primatologist is titled "A Murder in Rwanda"
    $200 14
On May 29, 1990, when he would have turned 73, a statue of this pres. was placed outside the state house in Boston
    $200 9
Congress chartered this city's American Univ. in 1893, but instruction didn't begin until 1914
    $200 5
The Bhagirathi & Alaknada rivers join to form this sacred river
    $200 17
The one near the Mariana Islands is the deepest of these long, narrow submarine depressions
    $200 1
An Italian word for "medley", this soup contains a medley of vegetables
    DD: $4,000 27
Princess Marguerite Alexandrovna Valensky is the title character of this J. Krantz novel
    $400 15
There's a statue of this character in Kensington Gardens, London, near the home of James Barrie
    $400 10
Located in Philadelphia, it was the first U.S. institution officially designated a university
    $400 6
Teen Murti House, this first prime minister's Delhi home, is now a museum
    $400 18
These are formed from glaciers by a process called calving
    $400 2
Variety of clam chowder that's made with milk rather than tomatoes
    $600 28
This best-selling author of "The Prize Pulitzer" set her novel "Twins" in Palm Beach
    DD: $2,500 22
His piece "Bronco Buster" is considered the most famous of American Western art bronzes
    $600 11
As you might expect, Old Dominion University is in this state
    $600 7
This city, India's chief port, is the center of the country's motion picture industry
    $600 19
A large, diversified corporation, or a rock with pebbles & gravel embedded in it
    $600 3
Potage St. Germain is a fancy name for this type of vegetable soup
    $800 29
This novelist who wrote "The Cardinal Virtues" & "The Cardinal Sins" is also a priest
    $800 23
In the 1880s this French artist turned from painting ballerinas to casting them in bronze
    $800 12
Chartered in 1764, Brown University is in this state capital
    $800 8
When India & Pakistan were separated, this region had a Muslim majority & a Hindu maharajah
    $800 20
Any naturally occuring material from which a valuable mineral can be extracted
    $800 4
Traditional Scottish soup named for its two main ingredients, chicken & leeks
    $1000 24
Sculptures by Rodin & Brancusi of a couple embracing are both named this
    $1000 13
Emily Dickinson's grandfather was one of the founders of this college
    $1000 16
The separate state of Punjab was created in 1966 for members of this religious group
    $1000 21
The Cenozoic era is called "The Age of" this class of animals, since they became prominent then
    $1000 25
Spanish for "meatballs", it's a spicy meatball soup

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Jerry John Lorraine
$14,500 $2,900 $1,300
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

ISLANDS
3 of the world's 10 largest islands are in the Arctic Ocean & belong to this country

Final scores:

Jerry John Lorraine
$6,500 $5,700 $950
3-day champion: $22,500 2nd place: Trip to the Cayman Islands 3rd place: Maytag washer & dryer combo

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Jerry John Lorraine
$9,000 $2,900 $1,700
27 R
(including 2 DDs),
4 W
14 R,
5 W
9 R,
7 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $13,600

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