Show #1723 - Wednesday, February 12, 1992


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Chris Pietrandrea, a housewife originally from Koppel, Pennsylvania

Holly Zook, a homemaker from San Antonio, Texas

Santina Lonergan, a secondary teacher from Scranton, Pennsylvania

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 26
Until it sunk in 1912, it was the world's largest & most luxurious ocean liner
    $100 2
The Girl Scout emblem represents a trefoil or a 3-leaf one of these
    $100 1
You might cry uncle -- Uncle Miltie, that is -- when you read his "Private Joke File"
    $100 21
The African kind of this animal has 2 fleshy knobs on its prehensile trunk, the Asiatic has only 1
    $100 10
Levi's best-selling jeans for men, their name refers to the original lot number
    $100 15
    $200 27
Upon reaching Pitcairn Island in 1790, it was stripped of everything usable & then burned
    $200 3
This level of scouting is for girls 6, 7 & 8 years old
    $200 7
He titled his tell-all memoir "And the Beat Goes On"
    $200 22
The alpaca, guanaco & llama are members of this family that is at home in arid regions
    $200 11
This handkerchief worn around the neck or head is popular with cowboys & Willie Nelson
    $200 16
    $300 28
In the 1st key naval battle of the War of 1812, this ship defeated the British frigate Guerriere
    $300 4
When founded on March 12, 1912 the Girl Scouts was known by this name
    $300 8
This "Diamond Lil" star called chapter 4 of her autobiography "Snow White Starts Drifting"
    $300 23
South America's poisonous fer-de-lance is a member of the "pit" group of this snake family
    $300 12
In the 1800s, European men began wearing this wide waist sash in place of a waistcoat
    $300 17
    $400 29
This steamship provided passenger service along the Hudson River from 1807 to 1814
    $400 5
The current color of the senior Girl Scout uniform
    $400 9
Erma Bombeck titled her humorous travel book "When You Look Like" this "Photo, It's Time to Go Home"
    $400 24
Marine iguanas are found only in this Ecuadorian island group
    $400 13
It's a small pants pocket for a watch, or a chain attached to a watch, hanging out of a pocket
    $400 18
Gloria Marshall,
Jenny Craig,
    $500 30
This flagship of Lord Horatio Nelson can be seen in dry dock at Portsmouth, England
    DD: $500 6
In 1917 she became the 1st first lady to be honorary president of the Girl Scouts
    $500 20
TV variety show star who wrote the 1986 autobiography "One More Time"
    $500 25
This fish is valuable as a source of isinglass, a type of gelatin, as well as beluga caviar
    $500 14
In 1967 this designer established his Polo line to produce wide, handmade neckties
    $500 19
Carousel horses,
clock hands,
stacked airplanes

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

Santina Holly Chris
$2,000 $1,400 $200

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Santina Holly Chris
$3,000 $2,700 $600

Double Jeopardy! Round

THE 1930s
    $200 9
Although Quincy, Mass. wasn't named for this president, Quincy, Illinois was
    $200 1
In 1705's "A Synopsis of the Astronomy of Comets", this man described the orbits of 24 of them
    $200 2
From 1880 to his death in 1890, this Dutch artist's brother Theo supported him financially
    $200 21
The lower part of this wall in Jerusalem is said to contain stones from Herod's temple
    $200 16
In 1939 FDR moved this up from November 30 to November 23
    $400 12
The meat-packing firm of Oscar Mayer & Co. is one of this Wisconsin capital's largest private employers
    $400 7
Cavendish called it "inflammable air"; Lavoisier renamed it this
    $400 3
This Flemish painter for whom a pointed goatee is named was knighted by Charles I in 1632
    $400 22
Israel's coat of arms features olive branches & this ancient holy candleholder
    $400 17
On May 28, 1934 2 midwives & Dr. Allan Roy Dafoe delivered 5 children to this family
    $600 13
Home of Lincoln University, this Missouri capital was named for an earlier president
    $600 8
After his factory blew up in 1864, the Swedish government wouldn't let him rebuild it
    DD: $1,500 4
Titian & Giorgione were two of the many Renaissance painters based in this Italian city
    $600 23
Members of this Israeli parliament are elected for terms of 4 years
    $600 18
At 9:59 PM EST October 18, 1931 all non-essential lights in the U.S. were dimmed in his memory
    $600 28
At age 24 Renata Tebaldi sang at the post-WWII reopening of this Milan theatre
    $800 14
This Texas city was named for the man who became president in 1841 after only 1 month as vice president
    $800 10
This 17th century English scientist explained how a rainbow is formed
    $800 5
Because he left Florence for Milan in 1482, this artist's "Adoration of the Magi" was never finished
    $800 24
It takes 100 agorot to equal one of these monetary units
    $800 19
O these could B used in a court in New York as evidence as of 1935
    $800 27
David Delasco's 1905 play about "The Girl of" this place inspired a Puccini opera
    $1000 15
This city on Africa's west coast is named for the man who was U.S. president in 1822
    DD: $1,000 11
His sister Amy was a poet & he was an astronomer who searched in vain for a Planet X
    $1000 6
The "Transfiguration" was placed at the head of this artist's coffin during his Vatican funeral
    $1000 25
These 3 languages appear on Israeli coins & postage stamps
    $1000 20
What Wallace Carothers called Fiber 66 in 1938 is now known as this synthetic fabric
    $1000 26
This great Finnish symphonic composer wrote only 1 opera, "The Maiden in the Tower"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Santina Holly Chris
$5,200 $4,200 $3,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

Among the characters in this 1950 film are Buffalo Bill, Sitting Bull & Kaiser Wilhelm II

Final scores:

Santina Holly Chris
$8,401 $0 $5,999
New champion: $8,401 3rd place: Set of 3 Day Blinds 2nd place: Serigraph from Marco Fine Arts Galleries & Bruce Hardwood Flooring

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Santina Holly Chris
$5,200 $3,300 $3,000
14 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
18 R
(including 2 DDs),
3 W
11 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $11,500

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Game tape date: 1991-11-19
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