Show #2357 - Tuesday, November 29, 1994

Ryan Holznagel game 4.


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Brendie Vance, a law student from Chicago, Illinois

Steve Kohl, an international program administrator from Washington, D.C.

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer originally from Forest Grove, Oregon (whose 3-day cash winnings total $43,301)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 2
This society's headquarters contains Explorers Hall
    $100 18
Color of the wool held for the little boy who lives down the lane
    $100 17
This insurance company's trademark came from a signature on the Declaration of Independence
    $100 11
"Bred Any Good Rooks Lately?" is a humorous collection of these groaners
    $100 12
Anise, fennel, cloves, cinnamon & Szechwan pepper make up this country's 5-spice powder
    $100 1
It's believed that the first pope is buried under this building
    $200 3
HHS, the Department of Health & Human Services, is located in a building named for this H.H.H.
    $200 19
The animal musician in "Hey, Diddle, Diddle"
    $200 23
The cover of the 1894 edition of this company's famous catalog called it the "cheapest supply house on earth"
    $200 26
Jewel Shepard's "Invasion of the B-Girls" is a collection of interviews with girls who appear in these
    $200 13
Blini, a Russian type of this thin, flat dish, are made with buckwheat flour
    $200 7
In Greek myth this most beautiful woman was not so much born as hatched
    $300 4
It's the oldest federal structure in the capital
    $300 20
Dapple Gray is this type of animal
    $300 24
In 1967 Douglas Aircraft merged with this military aircraft supplier
    $300 28
"PL8 SPK" is a collection of stories written using only these
    $300 14
This celebrated blue cheese is aged in limestone caves in Southwestern France
    $300 8
"Pigs in the Pen" is a variation of this kid's game played on floors & sidewalks
    $400 5
It was built in 16 months between 1941 & 1943, which works out to 3.2 months per side
    $400 21
Weather request couplet that precedes "Little Johnny wants to play"
    $400 25
In 1907 this Philadelphia-based company introduced the paper towel
    $400 29
This most common letter in English isn't used in Ernest Vincent Wright's 50,000-word novel "Gadsby"
    $400 15
In bagna cauda, or "hot bath", vegetables are dipped in an oil mixture flavored with these tiny fish
    $400 9
An abacus with 13 columns can count as high as these Nos., handy for working on the U.S. national debt
    DD: $500 6
The National Archives displays a copy of the Magna Carta on loan from this Dallas businessman
    $500 22
Jack Lemmon comedy title included in the "Pease Porridge" rhyme
    $500 27
Founded in 1884, this Dayton, Ohio company controlled the country's cash register business by 1910
    $500 30
N.E. Thing Enterprises has produced 3 "Magic Eye" books where you stare at patterns that do this
    $500 16
The Pascal variety of this crisp garden vegetable has nearly stringless stalks
    $500 10
This Madagascan animal is the only primate that pulls hair from its body to make a nest

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

Ryan Steve Brendie
$300 $100 $0

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Steve Brendie
$400 $3,600 $1,100

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 1
This Macedonian visited Siwa Oasis in 331 B.C. & was hailed as a son of Amon by the oracle
    $200 15
In 1946 Challenger astronaut Ellison Onizuka was born in Kealakekua in this state
    $200 21
Amityville, Oyster Bay, & Brooklyn are located on this New York island
    $200 26
She was elected president of India's Congress Party in 1959, while her father was Prime Minister
    $200 9
There are colleges called this in Illinois & Connecticut as well as in Dublin, Ireland
    $200 3
After hearing the variations on "Don Giovanni", Robert Schumann called this Polish composer "a genius"
    $400 2
This country's 28th dynasty had just one ruler: Amyrtaeus
    $400 18
William Anders later served as the first chairman of this government body, the NRC
    $400 22
This country's highest peak, Pico Turquino, lies about 100 miles west of Guantanamo Bay
    $400 27
For work on the biochemistry of cell growth, Rita Levi-Montalcini won this medicine prize in 1986
    $400 10
The remains of this P.T. Barnum elephant were given to Tufts University
    $400 4
In 1874 he moved into his Bayreuth home, Wahnfried, which means "peace from illusion"
    $600 5
Thucydides' history of this war ends in 411 B.C., 7 years before the war ended
    $600 14
In 1971 this first American in space served as a delegate to the 26th U.N. General Assembly
    $600 23
At 40,420 square miles, Luzon is this nation's largest island
    $600 29
After her husband's impeachment, Miriam "Ma" Ferguson was elected gov. of this state in 1924
    $600 11
Purdue University operates a Fort Wayne campus jointly with this state's university
    $600 6
He wrote his Wedding March, from music to "A Midsummer Night's Dream", 5 years after his own wedding
    $800 19
A few years after the death of Antipater in 43 B.C., Rome made this "Great" ruler King of Judea
    $800 16
He was capsule communicator for Gemini 5 & 10 before becoming the second to walk on the moon
    DD: $2,000 24
The Sultanate of Brunei is located on the northern coast of this island in the East Indies
    $800 28
This folk singer & anti-war activist is nicknamed "The Queen of Protest"
    $800 12
The University of Arizona is a major employer in this second-largest Arizona city
    DD: $2,000 7
This Frenchman dedicated his 1908 "Children's Corner" suite to his daughter Claude-Emma
    $1000 20
The slab containing his code was placed in the Temple of Marduk, Babylon's chief god
    $1000 17
Florida congressman Bill Nelson was the second politician in space; the first was this Utah senator
    $1000 25
Mount Olympus is the highest point on this Eastern Mediterranean island
    $1000 30
The financial dealings of her husband, John Zaccaro, caused controversy during her run for V.P.
    $1000 13
In 1993 this state university decided to retain its mascot, the Minuteman
    $1000 8
The Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, inspired many of his works, including "The Swan of Tuonela"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Steve Brendie
$7,000 $10,000 $1,900

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Final Jeopardy! Round

The title of a Sean O'Casey play refers to these symbols on the flag of the Irish Citizen Army

Final scores:

Ryan Steve Brendie
$6,112 $5,999 $1,900
4-day champion: $49,413 2nd place: a trip to Florida's Gulf Coast at the Marco Island Resort and Gulf Club 3rd place: Benrus diamond watch

Game dynamics:

Game dynamics graph

Coryat scores:

Ryan Steve Brendie
$7,000 $9,300 $3,900
17 R,
4 W
25 R
(including 1 DD),
4 W
(including 1 DD)
11 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $20,200

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Game tape date: 1994-09-12
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