Show #1304 - Thursday, April 12, 1990

Contestants

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Lindi Bauman, an administrative assistant from Pacifica, California

Jeff Liebowitz, an attorney and writer from Marina del Rey, California

Roy Jimenez, a software developer from Sonoma, California (whose 1-day cash winnings total $15,601)

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Jeopardy! Round

FEATHERED FRIENDS
SHAKESPEAREAN TRIVIA
NOTORIOUS
POLITICS & GOVERNMENT
DOUBLE TALK
1890
    $100 6
California mountain quail don't fly when they migrate; they use this mode of transportation
    $100 5
They were wed secretly by Friar Lawrence
    $100 11
On March 21, 1963 the last 86 prisoners left this federal penitentiary by boat
    $100 16
Constitutional amendment that protects against self-incrimination & double jeopardy
    $100 27
In "The Flintstones", he's the Rubbles' adopted son
    $100 29
These 2 service academies played the first of their annual football games
    $200 4
Leopard seals & killer whales prey on these birds
    $200 7
One of its most famous lines is "Lord, what fools these mortals be!"
    $200 30
"Godfather of Soul" who got 6 years in prison for aggravated assault & failure to stop for police
    $200 15
The 2 presidents whose cabinets included Dean Rusk, Robert McNamara & Stewart Udall
    $200 26
This Wash. city, first called Steptoeville, was named after a Nez Perce Indian word meaning "little river"
    $200 28
For the first time members of this religious group didn't win all the council seats in Salt Lake City
    $300 3
When a bird flies, it steers mostly with this part of its body
    $300 8
In "Othello" Iago said, "Who steals my purse steals" this
    $300 19
This punk rocker died before being tried for the '78 murder of girlfriend Nancy Spungen
    $300 12
Its opponents called this post-WWI organization "The unholy thing with a holy name"
    $300 25
Nickname of former lightweight boxing champ Ray Mancini
    $300 20
A monopoly was created for James Buchanan Duke when he formed this tobacco conglomerate
    $400 1
Samuel Taylor Coleridge could have told you it has the largest wingspan of flying birds
    $400 9
"Numerical" title of the comedy that's subtitled "Or What You Will"
    $400 17
2 hours after she escaped from prison on February 5, 1979, this presidential assailant was recaptured
    $400 13
In 1928 he became the first Roman Catholic to be nominated for president by a major party
    $400 24
Born Marie Lawrie, her only No. 1 hit was "To Sir With Love", in 1968
    $400 21
These 2 national parks were established in California
    $500 2
This colorful bird shares its name with an exotic orange & blue flower
    DD: $700 10
Though Shakespeare had this many children, his descendants later died out
    $500 18
Producer W. Wanger shot agent J. Lang in 1951 over the affections of this actress, Wanger's wife
    $500 14
Strom Thurmond won 4 Southern states as the 1948 presidential nominee of this third party
    $500 23
James Michener said this island, 140 miles NW of Tahiti, is the world's most beautiful
    $500 22
This execution method was used for the first time in New York's Auburn Prison

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 12):

Roy Jeff Lindi
$800 $600 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Roy Jeff Lindi
$1,300 $3,100 $700

Double Jeopardy! Round

BLACK AMERICA
GEOLOGY
FICTION
ITALY
BALLET
1790
    $200 20
On August 30, 1983 Guion Bluford Jr. became the first Black American to travel here
    $200 9
This author said, "The squeamish should return their copies" of "The Loved One" "to the library...unread"
    $200 1
It's the Italian word for "Italy"
    $200 21
Diaghilev simplified this late choreographer's last name: originally, it was called Balanchivadze
    $200 6
The U.S. held the 1st of these decennial surveys & counted 697,681 slaves in a population of 3,929,214
    $400 19
The head that wears this crown for 1990 is that of Missouri's Debbye Turner
    $400 10
Andrew John Woodhouse is the title character of this Ira Levin novel
    $400 7
It takes about 1,300 of these to equal 1 dollar
    $400 22
In "Coppelia", Swanilda pretends to be a mechanical one of these come to life
    DD: $1,600 5
At the Royal Exchange Bldg. in NYC, this body held its first session, with John Jay presiding
    $600 18
Among guests at Desmond Tutu's installation as archbishop were Coretta Scott King & this Detroit mayor
    $600 28
Rocks in this class can be made up of small round particles called ooliths
    $600 13
He dedicated "Firestarter" to Shirley Jackson, who wrote "The Haunting of Hill House"
    DD: $300 8
The 2 tiny independent states entirely surrounded by Italian territory
    $600 25
A pas poisson is a movement in which a dancer bends her body like one of these creatures
    $600 2
"Cosi fan tutte", an opera buffa by this composer, opened in January at the Burgtheater in Vienna
    $800 16
In '54 the Supreme Court decided in favor of this girl & against the Topeka Board of Education
    $800 27
Of the 4 major layers of Earth, the thickest
    $800 14
Chapter 1 of this John Updike novel is entitled "The Coven"
    $800 11
He was the last king of Sardinia & the first king of Italy
    $800 23
Scene 1 of this 1942 ballet is set at a corral; Scene 2 takes place in a ranch house
    $800 3
Leopold II succeeded his brother Joseph II as ruler of this empire
    $1000 17
A statue of this man who was killed March 5, 1770 stands in the Boston Common
    $1000 26
It's a soil consisting of sand, clay & silt in nearly equal proportions
    $1000 15
Leon Uris' "Novel of Ireland"; it was a bestseller in 1976
    $1000 12
An important fashion center, this city hosts the biannual "Collezione", or fashion collection
    $1000 24
This great Russian dancer played a floral spirit in "Le Spectre de la Rose", which was created for him
    $1000 4
Religious orders were abolished, & bishops & priests became elected officials in this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Roy Jeff Lindi
$4,900 $5,900 $4,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. GEOGRAPHY
Alaska has the longest seacoast & this state is second

Final scores:

Roy Jeff Lindi
$1,799 $9,801 $200
2nd place: Kingsdown Ultimate sleep set & Lehigh bedroom furniture New champion: $9,801 3rd place: Maple Leaf Boullion investment coins

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Roy Jeff Lindi
$6,500 $5,900 $5,000
14 R,
2 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
2 W
15 R,
5 W
(including 2 DDs)

Combined Coryat: $17,400

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