Show #2103 - Wednesday, October 27, 1993

Rachael Schwartz game 4.

Contestants

Bob Schwartz, a teacher from Thousand Oaks, California

Kathleen Shilkret, a public relations officer originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Rachael Schwartz, an attorney from Bedminster, New Jersey (whose 3-day cash winnings total $27,699)

Jeopardy! Round

THE 1850s
MOVIE TRIVIA
FRENCH MENU
WORLD FACTS
FACIAL HAIR
IN OTHER WORDS...
    $100 15
The first bridge over this river, connecting Iowa & Illinois, opened in April 1856
    $100 12
In "A Day at the Races", he quipped, "If I hold you any closer, I'll be in back of you"
    $100 1
The phrase en saison means this
    $100 16
The Via Condotti is one of the most elegant shopping streets in this capital city
    $100 6
When these are "raised", people are shocked
    $100 7
Correct like precipitation
    $200 22
In September 1850 President Fillmore appointed Brigham Young governor of this territory
    $200 13
"Coogan's Bluff" evolved into this 1970s TV police drama starring Dennis Weaver
    $200 2
Canard aux mangues is duck served with this tropical fruit
    $200 17
This country's Bellelay cheese was named for the abbey where it was created in the canton of Bern
    $200 18
2-word "fruity" name for soft, downy facial hair
    $200 8
Exactly something an M.D. called for
    $300 26
More than 30,000 volumes in the Library of Congress were destroyed in a December 1851 fire in this building
    $300 14
The title tune to this James Dean film is subtitled "This Then is Texas"
    $300 3
In France this huge melon, called a pasteque, may be filled with wine before it's served
    $300 23
Some of the ancestors of this country's Batak people, who live in Sumatra, were cannibals
    $300 19
They're the big sideburns that extend almost to the jawline
    $300 9
Wee water pourers possess large auricles
    $400 27
Prince Albert was largely responsible for the 1851 Crystal Palace Exhibition in this London park
    $400 29
In this 1948 Humphrey Bogart movie, the Florida Hotel was really a set on the Warner Brothers lot
    $400 4
Chou-fleur is the French name for this vegetable that can be sauteed or eaten raw in salads
    $400 24
Manus is the largest of the Admiralty Islands, which are found in this ocean
    $400 20
It's the 11-letter adjective for one who wears facial hair between the nose and lip
    $400 10
Be cognizant of a hurricane's direction
    $500 28
Russia lost the mouth of the Danube & other territory in the 1856 treaty ending this war
    $500 30
Warren Beatty was Oscar nominated as actor, director & writer for this 1981 film
    $500 5
Potatoes are pommes de terre & these other essential vichyssoise ingredients are poireaux
    $500 25
Kashmiri arts & crafts are on display in the Pratap Singh Museum in Srinagar in this country
    DD: $700 21
Facial feature seen here, named for the artist who painted it
    $500 11
Disembark using a proper pedal extremity

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

Rachael Kathleen Bob
$800 $600 $1,000

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Kathleen Bob
$1,800 $2,100 $2,900

Double Jeopardy! Round

AMERICAN INDIANS
SCIENCE
WORDS
ORGANIZATIONS
MUSIC
SHAKESPEARE'S WOMEN
    $200 6
After he led two Indian uprisings in what's now this state, Opechancanough was killed in Jamestown in 1644
    $200 22
In 1780 Carl Scheele isolated lactic acid in this substance that had soured
    $200 11
As a verb, it means to call a taxi; as a noun, it's a pellet of frozen precipitation
    $200 16
Founded in the United States in 1851, this organization is called the YMCA for short
    $200 17
Number of symphonies completed by Beethoven
    $200 1
Her father-in-law, Montague, promises to "raise her statue in pure gold"
    $400 7
Osceola, a leader of these Florida Indians, was tricked into attending peace talks & then captured
    $400 23
Mariner 10 was the first space probe to study 2 planets, these 2 closest to the sun
    $400 12
Type of periodical whose name comes from the Arabic word for "storehouse", makhzan
    $400 27
This largest U.S. veterans' organization sponsors junior baseball leagues
    $400 18
Term for the interval between a note & the next higher note with the same letter
    $400 2
In "Hamlet" she says of the player queen, "the lady doth protest too much, methinks"
    $600 8
A Paiute prophet named Wovoka popularized the religious ritual known by this "spectral" name
    $600 24
A quadrilateral with 4 lines of symmetry has to be one of these figures
    $600 13
The "Norway" in Norway pine isn't the country but a town in this "down east" state
    $600 30
Eleanor Smeal preceded & succeeded Judith B. Goldsmith as president of this feminist organization
    $600 19
Number of flags on an eighth note
    $600 3
The ghost of this king's wife, Lady Anne, haunts him at Bosworth field
    $800 9
These Plains Indians known by a bird's name call themselves Absaroka, which means "bird people"
    $800 25
Because it's heat resistant, this softest of all minerals is used to line stoves
    $800 14
This can be the right to vote or the right to sell a company's products in a certain area
    $800 29
Helen Keller was on the 1st national committee of this constitutional rights organization in 1920
    $800 20
In Germany this type of night piece is called a nachtstuck
    $800 4
In scene 2 of this play Miranda tells Prospero that she's seen a shipwreck
    $1000 10
It's said this great Apache chief escaped from U.S. troops in 1861 with 3 bullets in his body
    DD: $1,400 26
The 3 continents through which the Prime Meridian runs
    $1000 15
The name of this wiry-haired dog with a blunt muzzle comes from German for "snout"
    DD: $3,500 28
"Service above self" is the motto of this oldest service organization
    $1000 21
He was "Finnish" even before he started his tone poem "Finlandia"
    $1000 5
Oberon quarrels with this queen over a little changeling boy whom she showers with attention

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Rachael Kathleen Bob
$9,800 $4,900 $3,000
(lock-tie game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BILLIONAIRES
On Fortune magazine's 1993 list of 101 billionaires, this American family ranked second

Final scores:

Rachael Kathleen Bob
$9,800 $9,800 $5
4-day co-champion: $37,499 New co-champion: $9,800 2nd place: a trip to The Bahamas on Delta + a week at Bahamas Princess Resort and Casino in Freeport + Jeopardy! '92 home game

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Rachael Kathleen Bob
$9,400 $4,900 $6,300
21 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
14 R,
4 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,600

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