Show #1425 - Friday, November 9, 1990

1990 Tournament of Champions quarterfinal game 5.

Contestants

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Andrew Bernknopf, a writer originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Steve Berman, a film executive originally from Toms River, New Jersey

Frank Spangenberg, a police officer from Flushing, New York

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Jeopardy! Round

POETS & POETRY
2-LETTER WORDS
SPORTS
YEARS
BRAZIL
TAKES THE CAKE
    $100 16
Julia Ward Howe's visit to the Army of the Potomac in 1861 inspired this famous hymn
    $100 1
2 "ens" in printing or Dorothy's Auntie
    $100 3
At the 1988 Olympics the USSR won the gold for team foil in this sport
    $100 5
A full-time student usually earns an associate degree at a junior college in this many years
    $100 14
Brazil abolished this in 1888, 23 years after the United States
    $100 13
Angel food cake uses only this part of an egg
    $200 17
Irving Babbitt, Geo. Santayana & Bertrand Russell were among this Prufrock poet's teachers at Harvard
    $200 2
This word combines with "Art" to mean the abstract style of creating optical illusions
    $200 4
The Old Norse "Skjota", to shoot, gave us this word for a type of trapshooting
    $200 6
1 of 2 lengths of time that can constitute a diamond anniversary
    $200 15
Colombia is second while Brazil is the world's largest exporter of this commodity
    $200 19
Light & dark batters combined give this cake the appearance of the rock it's named for
    $300 21
In Eugene Field's "Dutch Lullabye", the names of the 3 wooden shoe sailors
    $300 8
"Eeny, meeny, miny mo" are the words children use to choose who will be this
    $300 7
Among college football coaches, Paul Bryant was nickanmed Bear & G. Warner was nicknamed this
    DD: $800 9
Age in years of the man being interviewed in the following:

"By the way, sir, uh, are you married?"
"I have been married several hundred times."
"I'm afraid to ask the next question. You've had many hundreds of wives."
"Hundreds and hundreds of wives."
"How many children do you have?"
"I have over forty-two thousand children. And not one comes to visit!"
    $300 26
The cruzado replaced the cruzeiro as this in 1986
    $300 25
This classic Viennese torte is filled with apricot jam
    $400 23
Carroll wrote about the Jabberwock & he wrote of the Jumblies
    $400 20
This river begins near Monte Viso in the Cottian Alps & flows to the Adriatic Sea
    $400 10
According to Forbes Magazine, the 3 highest-paid athletes for 1990 compete in this sport
    $400 12
Length of Rip Van Winkle's Catskill nap
    $400 27
Between 1960 & 1980 the population of this city went from under 150,000 to more than 1,000,000
    $400 29
Trademarked name for a fluted tube pan or the cake baked in it
    $500 24
One of two Elizabethans famous for "Come live with me and be my love"
    $500 22
In 1978 Barnard Hughes won a Tony as this title patriarch
    $500 11
In 1990 this Reds outfielder set a world series record with hits in 7 straight at-bats
    $500 18
The French & Indian War was known by this name in Europe
    $500 28
This famous beach is just northeast of Ipanema in Rio de Janeiro
    $500 30
A Baba is most commonly flavored with this potent potable

Scores at the first commercial break (after clue 11):

Frank Steve Andrew
$0 $400 -$400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Steve Andrew
$3,200 $1,600 $1,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHIC "SAINT"s
INVENTORS & INVENTIONS
UNREAL ESTATE
ARCHITECTURE
19th CENTURY AMERICA
GILBERT & SULLIVAN
    $200 3
The largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, it was named "Santa Cruz" by Columbus
    $200 1
Nicolas Appert, who invented canned food, also came up with these cubes used to make instant soup
    $200 21
His seventh & final voyage took him to the Land of Serendib
    $200 8
It's a ceiling built in stone, brick or concrete, or a big bank safe
    $200 15
P.T. Barnum purchased this pachyderm, billed as the world's largest, from the London zoo in 1882
    $200 25
It's said that a Japanese sword dropping from Gilbert's library wall inspired this 1885 opera
    $400 7
This Florida city was named for a city in Russia
    $400 2
He invented champagne by devising the corking system necessary to make it
    $400 22
Its inhabitants include the Duchess, the Gryphon & the Dormouse
    $400 9
The armlike beams connecting a high wall to outside supports in Gothic churches
    $400 17
The National Republicans & Anti-Masons formed the nucleus of this party founded in the 1830s
    $400 26
Sullivan wrote the music to the hymn about them "marching as to war, with the cross of Jesus going on before"
    $600 10
A steamboat on this U.S. city's seal symbolizes its growth
    $600 4
In the 1890s he tried coal dust as a power source for his engine before trying crude fuel oil
    $600 23
It's the largest palace in Asgard
    $600 12
By using pendentives the Byzantines managed to set these on square bases
    $600 18
After his defeat for reelection to the House of Representatives in 1835, this frontiersman left for Texas
    DD: $600 27
It's set in a ruined chapel & on a rocky seashore on the coast of Cornwall, not on the open sea
    $800 11
A small nation in the Caribbean is comprised of the Grenadines & this island
    $800 5
In '53 Dr. J. Gibbon invented this machine that permitted cardiac surgery longer than 10 minutes
    DD: $800 24
Thrushcross Grange is the estate rented to Mr. Lockwood in this novel
    $800 14
The director of Germany's Bauhaus school from 1919-1928, he took the chair of architecture at Harvard in 1937
    $800 19
Lincoln, Grant & Jefferson Davis served in the military under this general who became president
    $800 28
This opera is subtitled "The Lass that Loved a Sailor"
    $1000 13
Only 1 person survived the destruction of this city on Martinique when Mt. Pelee erupted in 1902
    $1000 6
Robert Bunsen & Gustav Kirchhoff developed this device to see the wavelengths of light
    $1000 30
In Aristophanes' "The Birds", a couple of Athenians convince the birds to found a city called this
    $1000 16
Term for the iron grating that slides up & down in front of the door in a fortified building
    $1000 20
This 1803 case was the first in which the Supreme Court declared a law of Congress unconstitutional
    $1000 29
In 1881 producer d'Oyly Carte built this London theatre for Gilbert & Sullivan

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Frank Steve Andrew
$8,800 $7,600 $2,100

Final Jeopardy! Round

U.S. POLITICS
This city has been the site of more major party presidential nominating conventions than any other

Final scores:

Frank Steve Andrew
$10,100 $7,601 $4,200
Automatic semifinalist 2nd place: $1,000 if eliminated 3rd place: $1,000 if eliminated

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Frank Steve Andrew
$8,800 $8,400 $2,900
17 R,
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)
19 R,
5 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,100

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