Show #2356 - Monday, November 28, 1994

Ryan Holznagel game 3.


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Mike Burns, a teacher from Woodbury, New Jersey

Max Maxwell, an attorney from Centerville, Virginia

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer originally from Forest Grove, Oregon (whose 2-day cash winnings total $25,073)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 7
The Penguin Dictionary of Psychology defines this as "imagery during sleep"
    $100 8
Shirley Eaton was the gilded girl in this 1964 James Bond film
    $100 22
This association symbolized by a four-leaf clover encourages youngsters to "learn by doing"
    $100 13
The state's largest city, it served as the capital on 3 different occasions
    $100 1
Christmas comes but once a year; Hanukkah lasts this many days
    $100 2
In 1054 this Scottish king was defeated by Siward, Earl of Northumbria, at Dunsinane
    $200 18
In this test 5 inkblots are black & white, 2 have some color & 3 are various colors
    $200 9
Wilfrid Brambell played Paul's grandfather, "A Clean Old Man", in this first Beatles film
    $200 23
The official flag of this organization honors Switzerland, where it was founded in 1863
    $200 14
Jean Lafitte Nat'l Historical Park & Preserve has a cultural center devoted to these settlers from Acadia
    $200 27
A traditional Hanukkah dish is latkes, pancakes made from this vegetable
    $200 3
This cookie is made with sugar, egg whites & coconut or almond paste
    $300 19
The post-traumatic type of this memory loss can be caused by physical or psychological injury
    $300 10
Kirk Douglas is trained at the Gladiator school of Batiatus in this Stanley Kubrick film
    $300 25
The American First Day Cover Society is one of many organizations devoted to this hobby
    $300 15
Among Louisiana's leading farm products is this legume used in livestock feed & cooking oils
    $300 28
The shammash is the "servant" one of these on the menorah
    $300 4
From Turkish for "napkin", it's a webbing made of hand-knotted yarn used for wall decorations
    $400 20
The M'Naghten Rule is a British precedent for this type of legal defense
    $400 11
Though her boots were made for walkin', she was a biker named Mike in "The Wild Angels"
    $400 24
The League of Nations was among several organizations created by this 1919 treaty
    DD: $1,000 16
Louisiana chose this as its state flower 52 years before Mississippi did
    $400 29
The dreidel, used in a betting game, is one of these toys
    $400 5
Invented in the early 1800s, this type of road is paved with layers of compacted broken stone
    $500 21
It's a vivid & recurrent recollection of a traumatic experience, or a technique used in movies
    $500 12
Jules Dassin co-starred in & directed this film in which Melina Mercouri played a Piraeus prostitute
    $500 26
A new national firearms museum maintained by this organization is scheduled to open in Fairfax, Va. in 1995
    $500 17
McIlhenny's Tabasco sauce originated on this island near New Iberia
    $500 30
Parents might give the kids a little Hanukkah gelt, which is this
    $500 6
The Rhesus monkey & barbary apes belong to this monkey group

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

Ryan Max Mike
$1,000 $2,000 $800

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Max Mike
$2,100 $5,000 $2,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 11
Louis Armstrong was nicknamed "Satchmo" & Leroy Paige was nicknamed this
    $200 16
The National Ballet of this North American country celebrated its 40th anniversary in 1991
    $200 22
Lawrence Welk would have had a wunnerful, wunnerful time in this Danish capital
    $200 18
This two-faced Roman god was always the first to be mentioned in prayers
    $200 10
Josip Broz Tito, president of this country, died in May
    $200 1
He rewrote his first Alice book as "The Nursery Alice", a book for very young children
    $400 12
In 1961 W.E.B. Du Bois joined this political party
    $400 30
When Rudolf Nureyev staged his own version of this ballet, he played Basil the Barber, not Sancho Panza
    $400 26
There probably aren't too many crocodiles in this European country's city of Dundee
    $400 17
In the Trojan War, this Greek god of war was generally on the side of the Trojans
    $400 9
He promised that if elected president, he'd appoint a woman to the Supreme Court...& he did
    $400 2
In The Winnie-the-Pooh stories, this marsupial is Kanga's kid
    $600 13
His third wife, Margaret Murray, was director of the girls' programs at Tuskegee
    $600 27
Jose Limon played this Shakespearean role in his own modern ballet "The Moor's Pavane"
    $600 23
Porto, known for its port wine, is this country's second-largest city
    $600 19
He tried to marry Helen but ended up with her cousin Penelope
    $600 6
President Carter declared a state of emergency in this chemically contaminated Niagara Falls neighborhood
    $600 3
"Our Exploits at West Poley" is this "Tess of the D'Urbervilles" author's only book for children
    DD: $2,000 14
In 1800 Jean Baptiste Pointe du Sable left this city he founded on Lake Michigan & sold his land for 6,000 livres
    $800 28
Act III, Scene I of this Tchaikovsky fairy tale ballet is called "The Awakening"
    $800 24
This northern Italian city is famous for its cheese & a university founded in 1502
    $800 20
Nemesis arranged for this handsome youth to fall in love with his own reflection
    $800 7
Cyrus Vance resigned as Secretary of State in April & was replaced by this Maine senator
    DD: $1,700 4
"The Last Battle", the last of his Narnia books, won the 1956 Carnegie Medal
    $1000 15
After their 1909 expedition, Robert Peary forbade this man to give any lectures regarding it
    $1000 29
"Enigma Variations" is set at the country home of this "Pomp And Circumstance" composer
    $1000 25
This capital of Trinidad & Tobago was the capital of the now defunct West Indies Federation
    $1000 21
After killing the Minotaur, he took Ariadne with him but left her on the island of Naxos
    $1000 8
This country's first president & prime minister were Rev. Canaan Banana & Robert Mugabe
    $1000 5
Pippi Longstocking lives by herself in Villa Villekula in this country

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Max Mike
$10,000 $4,800 $9,100

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Final Jeopardy! Round

At his death in 1852, he was interred in St. Paul's near Lord Nelson

Final scores:

Ryan Max Mike
$18,228 $6,800 $18,100
3-day champion: $43,301 3rd place: Technics stereo system 2nd place: Psion Series 3A pocket computer + Prodigy service

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Max Mike
$9,100 $4,200 $7,900
20 R
(including 1 DD),
0 W
17 R
(including 1 DD),
1 W
20 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $21,200

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Game tape date: 1994-09-12
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