13 Jeopardy! Clues January 25, 2018

Here are 13 triple stumpers from the 1-25-2018 Jeopardy! match.

THE QUOTABLE WILL ROGERS ($600) A frequent opening line, “All I know is” this

($1000) “I never met” one of these

TRAIN TIME ($1000) In 1873, Eli Janney patented the knuckle version of this semi-automatic train car connector

FOUND MY PLACE IN THE BOOK ($200) Jhumpa Lahiri’s novel “The Namesake” follows a family moving from Calcutta to this collegey Boston-area city

($1000) “Even Silence Has an End” by Ingrid Betancourt tells of 6 years as a captive of the FARC organization in this country

3-NAME THE AUTHOR ($1600) “The Maine Woods”, published posthumously in 1864

HISTORIC BOYCOTTS ($800) The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan led the U.S. & 60 other nations to boycott the Summer Olympics of this year

($2000) In 1894 the U.S. transport system slowed as the American Railway Union supported a boycott of this company

THE PRODUCERS ($2000) After leaving Amblin Entertainment, Frank Marshall & this wife produced “Seabiscuit” & “The Bourne Identity”

HEAVENS ($1200) Fats Domino sang “Just Molly & me, & baby makes 3, we’re happy in” this place

($1600) These heavenly gates are one route to climb Oregon’s Mount Hood

TIBET SEE ($800) Here’s a view of this Tibetan capital city, about 12,000 feet above sea level

($2000) The Tashi Lhunpo monastery is headed by this Lama, traditionally No. 2 to the Dalai Lama in spiritual authority

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