Show #1470 - Friday, January 11, 1991

Contestants

Andrea Gray, a data systems manager from Charlotte, North Carolina

Pat Headley, a grad student from Alliance, Ohio

Shane Pederson, a statistician originally from Fulda, Minnesota (whose 2-day cash winnings total $8,700)

Jeopardy! Round

POETRY
THE CALENDAR
SUPERSTITIONS
TELEVISION
IN THE DICTIONARY
ELEANOR ROOSEVELT
    $100 26
Completes the Keats line, "A thing of beauty is..."
    $100 1
In Latin this month can be spelled I-A-N-V-A-R-I-U-S
    $100 11
It has one leaf for fame, one for wealth, one for a faithful lover & one to bring health
    $100 2
Now Felicia's grandma on "General Hospital", she was Timmy's mom on "Lassie"
    $100 21
An em is a size of type & 'em is a shortened form of this pronoun
    $100 16
One of Eleanor's ancestors, R.R. Livingston, administered the oath of office to this president in 1789
    $200 27
Ben Jonson began his poem "To Celia" with the line, "Drink to me only with" these
    $200 7
In the Northern Hemisphere the 3 seasons that are self-contained in one calendar year
    $200 12
Some say for this animal's foot to bring good luck it has to be carried in your left pocket
    $200 3
From 1957-59 this actor was making his mark as Zorro
    $200 22
Number of partners in a duumvirate
    $200 17
Mrs. Roosevelt served as chairman of this organization's human rights commission
    $300 28
Richard Lovelace wrote, "Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars" this
    $300 8
It was only in 1923 that Greece switched over to this calendar
    $300 13
Rub a horse's teeth with it & he'll gain an appetite; give it to a vampire & he'll lose his appetite
    $300 4
When Danny Thomas' show moved to CBS in 1957, she joined the cast as Kathy's daughter Linda
    $300 23
You can reflect on the fact that genuflect means to bend this
    $300 18
In her later years, Mrs. Roosevelt lived at Val-kill Cottage in this New York town
    $400 29
In the words of Carl Sandburg, it "comes in on little cat feet"
    DD: $500 9
The next Chinese year of the snake will occur in this first year of the 21st century
    $400 14
Contrary to its name, this diamond supposedly brought bad luck to owners
    $400 5
In "It's a Good Life" on "The Twilight Zone", he played the monster who wished people into a cornfield
    $400 24
In Australia it'll cost you more than a buck to buy a jumbuck, one of these
    $400 19
Mrs. Roosevelt was once turned away from a hotel because she had this Scottie with her
    $500 30
On Ezra Pound's advice, he cut "The Waste Land" to about half its original length
    $500 10
The 2 months named for historical figures
    $500 15
You'll bring bad luck upon yourself if you spill some salt & don't do this
    $500 6
The 4 actors in this category all starred together in this series
    $500 25
People were envious of those who could look out thru these slatted blinds without being seen
    $500 20
The first name of Eleanor's only daughter, Eleanor's mother & Eleanor herself

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

Shane Pat Andrea
$1,900 $1,000 $900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Pat Andrea
$1,900 $3,300 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

ANATOMY
PLAYWRIGHTS
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
SEAS
19th CENTURY AMERICA
MYTHOLOGICAL WOMEN
    $200 1
Light enters the eye through this circular opening in the iris
    $200 19
For resistance work during WWII, S. Beckett was awarded the Croix de Guerre by this, his adopted country
    $200 25
This Italian unit goes back to the Middle Ages when it was based on a pound of silver
    $200 6
The ancient Romans called it Pontus Euxinus, the Friendly Sea; now it has a much darker name
    $200 14
In 1860 this political party split into Northern & Southern factions
    $200 8
After the Trojan War, she returned to Menelaus & they lived happily ever after
    $400 2
This term for a network of nerves or blood vessels can follow "brachial" & "solar"
    $400 20
His "Plays for Puritans" included "The Devil's Disciple" & "Caesar and Cleopatra"
    $400 26
In 1980 this country changed its monetary unit from the pound to the shekel
    $400 7
Knowing what makes up the Great Barrier Reef should give you a clue to the name of this sea it's in
    $400 15
He donated over 2,500 buildings to communities that promised to maintain them as libraries
    $400 9
Artemis is sometimes called Delia because she was born on this island
    $600 3
This wall of cartilage separating the nostrils may deviate from its normal position
    $600 21
His 1st produced play was "Les Romanesques", not "Cyrano de Bergerac"
    $600 27
It's the basic monetary unit of Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Nepal & Mauritius, as well as India
    $600 10
1 of 2 seas that begin with B's off the coast of Alaska
    $600 16
Peter Cooper built this locomotive for the B&O RR, which had been using horses to pull the trains
    $600 11
During the absence of her husband, Odysseus, she was courted by more than 100 suitors
    DD: $800 4
Named for their shape, these smallest blood cells are essential for blood clotting
    $800 22
He was born in 1897 in Madison, Wisc., not in Grover's Corners
    $800 28
The peso is the currency of Mexico; the peseta is used in this country
    $800 23
Called a sea, it's the largest lake on the natural border between Europe & Asia
    $800 17
After they were expelled from Ohio, the Mormons bought a town in this state & called it Nauvoo
    DD: $1,200 12
She incited her brother Orestes to kill their mother Clytemnestra
    $1000 5
A blow to the abdomen can rupture this organ which eliminates worn-out red blood cells
    $1000 29
In 1877 actress Siri von Essen divorced Baron Wrangel to marry this Swedish playwright
    $1000 30
It is the monetary unit used by more African countries than any other
    $1000 24
This sea, about 60,000 sq. miles in area, was named for a small port on Italy's east coast
    $1000 18
Robert Owen's utopian community of New Harmony in this state lasted for only 2 years
    $1000 13
When her stepson Hippolytus rejected her advances, she hanged herself

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Shane Pat Andrea
$6,900 $4,700 $2,200

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BEST SELLERS
"The Saga of an American Family" is the subtitle of this 1976 best seller

Final scores:

Shane Pat Andrea
$9,400 $4,900 $400
3-day champion: $18,100 2nd place: trip on Delta to Orlando, Florida for Premier's Cruise & Disney Week 3rd place: Carson's comfortable chair & Nintendo Entertainment System with games

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Shane Pat Andrea
$6,900 $5,800 $2,200
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
10 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,900

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