Show #1311 - Monday, April 23, 1990

Contestants

Robin Corkery, a financial consultant from Spokane, Washington

Carol Chaffee, a graduate student originally from Walnut Creek, California

Liz Barnea, a librarian from Billings, Montana (whose 4-day cash winnings total $28,900)

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Jeopardy! Round

HISTORICAL FILMS
PLANTS
3-LETTER WORDS
THE OLYMPICS
AMERICAN ISLANDS
NAMES
    $100 21
In a 1939 film, Spencer Tracy played Stanley & Cedric Hardwicke enacted this role, I presume
    $100 16
Varieties of this fruit, suitable for home orchards, include Red Rome, Jonathan & Stark Jumbo
    $100 1
An achievement is signified by a feather in this
    $100 7
Fittingly, this country was the site of the first modern Olympics in 1896
    $100 6
This eastern U.S. gambling resort lies on Absecon Island
    $100 22
Felicity & Felicia are feminine forms of this masculine name
    $200 27
When Norma Shearer played this queen, John Barrymore played her father-in-law, Louis XV
    $200 17
Russian thistle breaks from its base & goes drifting along with the wind--so it's called this
    $200 2
When you get mad you might "flip your lid" or "blow" this
    $200 8
In 1932, when women could enter only 3 events, this American woman won 3 medals
    $200 9
The Wright brothers' first flight took place near this village on N. Carolina's Bodie Island
    $200 23
The daughter of Ptolemy XII, her name means "Father's Glory"
    $300 28
Paul Muni won an Oscar for his performance in this role, which he "milked" for all it was worth
    $300 18
Medium in which an Egyptian or lotus plant grows
    $300 3
Henry Fielding wrote, "Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of" this beverage
    $300 12
In 1912 this Native American won the decathlon & pentathlon
    $300 10
This island, known for its huge bears, was the site of Alaska's first school in 1784
    $300 24
Made famous by a Johanna Spyri novel, it was originally a nickname for "Adelaide"
    $400 29
Gregory Peck played the title role in this 1977 film bio about a U.S. general
    $400 19
Economically it's the most important bean in the world
    $400 4
Nautically speaking, if you don't like the look of someone, you don't like "the cut of his" one of these
    $400 13
In 1948 Gretchen Fraser became the first American to win a gold medal in this winter sport
    $400 11
Carib Indian relics can be found in a national park in this island group
    DD: $2,000 25
Name in the title of the following 1956 hit:
    $500 30
A 1946 Rosalind Russell film dramatized the life of this nurse famed for her work with polio patients
    $500 20
Jacarandas are tropical trees with flowers of this color
    $500 5
The 2 horses bet on in "Camptown Races"
    $500 15
In 1972 Vassili Alexeyev, known as the "Russian Bear", won his 1st Olympic gold medal in this sport
    $500 14
This state's Mount Desert Island is the site of the Bar Harbor Resort
    $500 26
Woman's name that's Old German for "armored warrior maiden"

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

Liz Carol Robin
$1,100 $1,200 $1,700

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Carol Robin
$2,100 $1,500 $6,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

ENGLISH LITERATURE
MUSIC
WARS
JEWELRY
RELIGIOUS LEADERS
THE WHITE HOUSE
    $200 7
Milton's "Paradise Lost" is based on this book of the Bible
    $200 2
To perform Prokofiev's "Romeo & Juliet" an orchestra needs a pair of these gourd rattles
    $200 1
Of 20 years, 30 years or 40 years, the length of time the Wars of the Roses lasted
    $200 27
This piece of jewelry has been worn around the thigh or the ankle, but most people prefer the wrist
    $200 16
The Koran quotes Allah as saying he gave Moses the law, Jesus the Gospels & this man the Koran
    $200 21
She said she enjoys using Franklin Pierce's china in the White House because he's a distant relative
    $400 12
The 1st major work of English literature, this poem about a brave hero is by author or authors unknown
    $400 8
Mozart dedicated 6 string quartets to this Austrian composer of "The Creation"
    $400 3
This N. American conflict which began in 1754 led to the outbreak of the 7 Years War in Europe in 1756
    $400 28
Many of these gems, one of June's birthstones, come from Sri Lanka, not the lunar surface
    $400 17
Catholic tradition holds that Jesus gave him the keys to heaven
    $400 22
This president had the interior gutted & completely restored, & added a balcony
    $600 13
Called John Dryden's best comedy, his play about intrigue & adultery is titled "Marriage a la" this
    $600 9
He composed ragtime music in addition to the ballets "The Firebird" & "Petrushka"
    $600 4
Baklava is a pastry, but Balaklava was the site of a major battle of this war in 1854
    $600 18
Nanak, who lived c. 1500, was the first guru of this religion which sought to unite Islam & Hinduism
    $600 23
It has been a tradition since 1902 to adorn the ground floor corridor with their portraits
    $800 14
It wasn't until 1825 that his diary of the 1660s, written in shorthand, was deciphered
    DD: $3,000 10
Soprano born in Stockholm October 6, 1820; her last public performance was in 1883
    $800 5
The Indian "king" for whom this war was named was tracked down & killed in 1676
    $800 19
American evangelist Dwight, who founded a church & a Bible institute now named after him
    DD: $4,000 24
Large press conferences are usually held in this room, the largest in the White House
    $1000 15
"The Fifth Child" is a recent work by this English author of "The Golden Notebook"
    $1000 11
In 1989 this Scottish military pipe, drum & dance corps celebrated its 250th anniversary
    $1000 6
The War of the Austrian Succession erupted when she became archduchess of Austria in 1740
    $1000 26
Last name of the French jeweler Rene, who was famous for his art nouveau designs & his crystal
    $1000 20
Minister who founded the Martyr's Memorial Free Presbyterian Church in Belfast in 1969
    $1000 25
He was the first president to live in the White House after it was burned down & rebuilt

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Liz Carol Robin
$3,300 $2,100 $12,400
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

STATE CAPITALS
This city was named for a first century Roman citizen & missionary

Final scores:

Liz Carol Robin
$4,201 $0 $9,400
2nd place: a trip to Hawaii 3rd place: a Lane action recliner New champion: $9,400

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Liz Carol Robin
$5,100 $2,100 $10,800
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
1 W
26 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W

Combined Coryat: $18,000

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