Show #1294 - Thursday, March 29, 1990

Andrew Bernknopf game 5.


Myles Rossi, a legal text editor from San Francisco, California

Ardwight Chamberlain, a writer originally from San Mateo, California

Andrew Bernknopf, a lawyer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (whose 4-day cash winnings total $25,000)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 6
In 1777 this land, later a state, was named in honor of the Green Mountain Boys
    $100 13
This talk show queen sometimes seats people at the Eccentric Restaurant in Chicago -- she's a co-owner
    $100 1
The common U.S. coin that's named for the metal it contains
    $100 23
In India, ghee, which is a clarified form of this, is widely used in cooking
    $100 3
"Ev'ry morning, ev'ry evening, ain't we got" this
    $100 18
The March Hare had one of these with a dormouse in it, not a tempest
    $200 9
Term for the American colonists who supported the Redcoats during the revolution
    $200 14
Shelley Duvall, exec. producer of "Nightmare Classics", says she was named for this nightmarish authoress
    $200 2
Taxpayers will have to share the burden of bailing out more than 500 of these insolvent institutions
    $200 24
Be quiet little dog, & I'll feed you these deep fried concoctions made of corn meal
    $200 5
"When you're smiling, the whole world" does this
    $200 19
It's the name of a national monument in the Salt River Valley in Arizona, kimosabe
    $300 10
In 1776, with a membership of 5 students, it became the 1st social fraternity at a U.S. college
    $300 15
This author of "Hollywood Wives" said, "People don't believe it, but everything I write is true!"
    $300 4
The lowest rate of interest on bank loans at any given time, it's offered to preferred borrowers
    $300 25
Flavor of the jelly or sauce that's a common accompaniment to roast lamb
    $300 26
"Nicknack paddywhack, give a dog a bone", he "came rolling home"
    $300 22
Type of drum played by a piper's son
    DD: $500 11
Year in which Thomas Jefferson wrote to James Madison, "France will be quiet this year"
    $400 16
Arnold Schwarzenegger was born in this country
    $400 7
Established December 23, 1913, it's the central bank of the U.S.
    $400 27
Color of the beans you'd find in a feijoada, the national dish of Brazil
    $400 28
Casey would waltz with this girl "and the band played on"
    $400 21
This line lies 23 degrees 27 minutes north of the Equator
    $500 12
Known for their simple furniture, this sect came to the U.S. from England in 1774, led by "Mother Ann" Lee
    $500 17
Dionne Warwick co-wrote this TV show's theme song, "Champagne Wishes & Caviar Dreams"
    $500 8
Scene on the reverse of the Jefferson $2 bill
    $500 20
Islanders who live in this group are called Fuegians

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

Andrew Ardwight Myles
$1,400 $500 $500

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Ardwight Myles
$2,900 $2,200 $400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
Uriah Heep is the 'umble clerk who embezzles from Mr. Wickfield in this Dickens novel
    $200 21
The ring-necked species of this bird was introduced into Oregon from China in the 1880s
    $200 6
Conservationists estimate almost 90% of Indiana was once covered by these, now less than 20% is
    $200 23
If your soil is too heavy or sandy, you can add this moss to improve its texture
    $200 13
This terrifying czar died on March 18, 1584 while playing a game of chess
    $200 5
When he said, "I coulda been a contender!" in "On The Waterfront", he was referring to this sport
    $400 8
His 1st major novel was the autobiographical "Sons & Lovers"
    DD: $1,000 22
Though these members of the parrot family rarely learn to talk, they can perform stunts:
    $400 12
Indiana, not Pennsylvania, ranks 1st in the U.S. in the production of this alloy
    $400 26
Organic fertilizer that can be made by layering plant matter, soil & lime
    $400 14
This had just become a federal prison when Al Capone was transferred there in 1934
    $400 1
Brando starred in the last film this silent screen legend directed, 1967's "A Countess From Hong Kong"
    $600 15
When Lord Petre cut off a bit of Arabella Fremor's hair, it inspired this poem by Alexander Pope
    $600 24
This process usually includes taking oil from a gland at the base of the tail & applying it to the feathers
    $600 9
City that's located on the southernmost point along the St. Joseph River
    $600 27
A self-contained indoor garden consisting of small plants grown in a covered glass container
    $600 16
Dona Marina, who was this man's mistress & interpreter, has been called the betrayer of the Aztecs
    $600 2
Yes, he did stuff his cheeks for this 1972 film; he wore a special mouthpiece, too
    $800 17
The Reader's Encyclopedia says his best-known novel is "The Way of All Flesh"
    $800 25
Because these baby birds feed from their parents' pouches, some think they're drinking blood
    $800 10
19th century president who grew to manhood in southern Indiana
    $800 19
They were gunned down near Gibsland, Louisiana on May 23, 1934
    $800 3
Brando's bravura performance in this brutish role made him a Broadway star in 1947
    $1000 18
The 1812 publication of "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" made this poet an immediate sensation
    $1000 28
Before the metal-tipped pen, the standard writing instrument was a feather from this bird
    $1000 11
The highest point in Indianapolis is at the Crown Hill Cemetery grave of this Indiana poet
    $1000 20
Haiti's "Papa Doc" Duvalier's dreaded secret police force
    $1000 4
He took a gamble & made his musical debut in this 1955 film, & he did his own singing, too

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Andrew Ardwight Myles
$7,100 $4,600 $2,600

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The only state that's home to 2 Ivy League schools

Final scores:

Andrew Ardwight Myles
$9,200 $111 $5,100
5-day champion: $34,200 3rd place: Sears Curio Cabinet 2nd place: Trip to Las Vegas

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Andrew Ardwight Myles
$7,600 $4,000 $2,600
23 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
16 R
(including 1 DD),
6 W
8 R,
1 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1989-11-07
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