Show #1417 - Tuesday, October 30, 1990

Contestants

Julie Bobick, a resort manager from Fort Myers Beach, Florida

Mitch Paluszek, an attorney from Queens, New York

David Rice, a substitute English and speech teacher from Clarendon Hills, Illinois (whose 4-day cash winnings total $33,500)

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Jeopardy! Round

PRESIDENTS & FIRST LADIES
THE OSCARS
MYTHOLOGY
RHYME TIME
U.S. CITIES
HERE COMES THE BRIDE
    $100 26
She told her daughter Julie, "Watergate is the only crisis that ever got me down."
    $100 6
Francis Ford Coppola & Mario Puzo won writing Oscars for this 1972 film
    $100 1
Hercules had to fetch the girdle of Hippolyta, the queen of these women
    $100 8
A person of consequence in a high official position, or what Dolly Parton wears on her head
    $100 21
Tandy Center Subway, the world's only privately owned subway, is in this city west of Dallas
    $100 16
The bride & groom do this together, often with a decorated silver knife
    $200 27
This president, his first lady & their 2 daughters all used the same 3-letter monogram
    $200 7
This 1964 James Bond film with Gert Frobe in the title role won a sound effects Oscar
    $200 2
She was once a mortal maiden, but Athena changed her curls into hissing serpents
    $200 9
Your M&M's after you drop them on the beach
    $200 22
Georgia city whose seal shows the phoenix, the mythical bird that arose from the ashes
    $200 17
A traditional bride turns her back to the other women to toss this
    $300 28
In a 1989 People magazine article, this former first lady was called "The Most Stylish Woman Alive"
    $300 13
The Best Cartoon of 1949, "For Scent-imental Reasons", starred this Warner Bros. character
    $300 3
Name of the ship that carried the heroes searching for the golden fleece
    $300 10
The lemon-flavored variety of a wobbly dessert
    $300 23
"The Quaker City"
    $300 18
It is customary for this man to be the first to toast the bride & groom at the reception
    $400 29
This president referred to his wife as "The Boss" & daughter Margaret as "The One Who Bosses the Boss"
    $400 14
For "An American Werewolf in London", Rick Baker won the first Oscar ever presented in this category
    $400 4
The main shrine of this Roman god of entrances had 2 doors & his 2-faced statue
    $400 11
In the title of an '89 film, Michael Keaton & his mental patient pals were collectively known as this
    $400 24
City that's home to Beatrice, Sears Roebuck & the William Wrigley Jr. Company
    $400 19
The second person with whom the groom does this at the reception is often his mother
    DD: $1,000 30
After her 1975 interview on "60 Minutes", a Harris poll showed her to be more popular than her husband
    $500 15
In 1961 he won Oscars for writing & directing "The Apartment"
    $500 5
This daughter of Priam was given the gift of prophecy, then cursed so she was never believed
    $500 12
An Andean pack animal that has offspring
    $500 25
The area that later became this state capital was once occupied by the Kansa Indians
    $500 20
At a traditional reception, this person is first in the receiving line & acts as hostess

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

David Mitch Julie
$3,400 $100 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

David Mitch Julie
$5,100 $1,400 $800

Double Jeopardy! Round

SHAKESPEAREAN SETTINGS
ZOOLOGY
ARCHITECTURE
WORLD HISTORY
RELIGION
INTERNATIONAL CUISINE
    $200 3
The first scenes of "Titus Andronicus" & "Julius Caesar" take place in this city
    $200 21
A male snake encourages a female to do this by stroking her with his chin & body coils
    $200 2
Shreve, Lamb & Harmon were the architects of this building, the world's tallest for more than 4 decades
    $200 14
Queen Victoria chose this city to be the capital of Canada in 1857
    $200 9
Member of a religious order founded in the 17th century in La Trappe, France
    $200 1
The Danish equivalent of this Swedish array of food is the "kold bord"
    $400 4
Seasonal romance set in Bohemia & Sicilia
    $400 22
There are about 5,000 species of these extremely porous animals which have no heads or internal organs
    $400 10
This architect's first & middle names are Ieoh Ming
    $400 15
The Suez Crisis of 1956 caused this country to lose its right to police the canal
    $400 23
Prior to Pope John XXIII, there were no more than 70 of these officials in the "College"
    $400 5
The crescent moon of the Turkish flag inspired a Viennese baker to create these
    DD: $2,000 6
The 2 Italian cities mentioned in titles of Shakespeare's plays
    $600 24
Unlike most other big cats, leopards spend time in these & are known for hiding their victims there
    DD: $1,000 11
British architectural style that began after the accession of Henry VII
    $600 16
The author Cervantes lost the use of his left hand in the Christian war against this empire
    $600 25
The Disciples of Christ is one of the largest churches to have originated in this country
    $600 18
A chef created Chicken Marengo in honor of his victory at the Battle of Marengo in 1800
    $800 7
This comedy's settings are Oliver's house, Duke Frederick's court & the Forest of Arden
    $800 26
The greater bamboo-eating lemur, thought to be extinct, was discovered in 1986 on this African island
    $800 12
In a theatre, the frame or arch that separates the stage from the auditorium
    $800 17
The city of Carthage was settled by this group who came to Africa from the Middle East
    $800 29
Usually depicted as a warrior, he is the patron angel & guardian of Israel
    $800 19
Southern French stew made with white beans & whatever meat or poultry is native to the area
    $1000 8
The play that's set in & around the Greek city as its title
    $1000 28
The coati, a South American relative of the raccoon, is also known by this longer name
    $1000 13
The part of a cathedral that lies between the chancel & the high altar, or a ruling body of elders
    $1000 27
The crown of St. Stephen was kept at Fort Knox before being returned to this country in 1978
    $1000 30
The U.S. headquarters of this offshoot of Shiite Islam is in Wilmette, Illinois
    $1000 20
Appenzeller & Sapsago are these

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

David Mitch Julie
$5,900 $6,000 $5,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

19th CENTURY AMERICANS
When he died in New York City in 1848, this merchant was the richest man in America

Final scores:

David Mitch Julie
$0 $11,801 $600
3rd place: Konica CF-80 camera + The Jeopardy! Book + either the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper New champion: $11,801 + The Jeopardy! Book + either the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper 2nd place: Keller bedroom furniture & Vax steam-cleaning vacuum system + The Jeopardy! Book + either the Jeopardy! 25th Anniversary box game or the Jeopardy! Challenger scorekeeper

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

David Mitch Julie
$7,900 $5,600 $6,400
23 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
15 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W
15 R,
1 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $19,900

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