Show #2339 - Thursday, November 3, 1994

Ryan Holznagel game 1.

Contestants

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer originally from Forest Grove, Oregon

Yung-Chang Chi, an import-export agent from Northridge, California

Russ Woodford, a guidance counselor from Sharpsburg, Maryland (whose 3-day cash winnings total $17,995)

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Jeopardy! Round

PHILADELPHIA
ALL THAT JAZZ
ANIMAL HOUSE
ENCHANTED APRIL
HIGH SOCIETY
THE FRENCH CONNECTION
    $100 6
In early 1976 this was removed from Independence Hall & moved across the street
    $100 2
This current "Tonight Show" bandleader appeared in the documentary "Bring on the Night" with Sting
    $100 1
This bear that lives in frigid regions is also called the ice bear
    $100 16
According to tradition, Romulus founded this city in April 753 B.C.
    $100 26
In 1954 Prince Bernhard of this low country became the 1st member of royalty to break the sound barrier
    $100 21
"Acceptez-vous les cartes de credit?" means "Do you accept" these
    $200 11
Kelly Drive is named for this princess' brother & father, both Olympic rowing medalists
    $200 3
In April 1985 Baltimore unveiled a statue to this singer known as Lady Day
    $200 12
Eagles & ferrets are enemies of these "canine" rodents of the Great Plains
    $200 17
This spring event was first held on the White House lawn April 22, 1878
    $200 27
"Nautical" nickname of Cornelius Vanderbuilt, who bought his 1st boat when he was just 16
    $200 22
If you see a sign that says "Non-fumeurs", you're not supposed to do this
    $300 8
The Curtis Center houses a museum devoted to this Saturday Evening Post illustrator
    $300 4
The original Benny Goodman Trio included Goodman on clarinet, Teddy Wilson on piano & this drummer
    $300 13
The name of this shaggy beast of burden comes from the Tibetan language
    $300 18
This Rodgers & Hammerstein musical opened on Broadway on "Some Enchanted Evening" in April 1949
    $300 28
Athina Roussel, one of the world's richest children, is the only child of this late Greek shipping heiress
    $300 23
We hope you never suffer from this kind of ache, le mal a l'oreille
    $400 9
Built in 1895, the original Quadrangle of this university was based on Oxford & Cambridge
    $400 5
His son Mercer played trumpet & E-flat horn in his band & once served as the band's tour manager
    $400 14
Named for an island, this gigantic Indonesian lizard occasionally dines on wild pigs & small deer
    $400 19
In a flight lasting 148 minutes, he became the first man to orbit the Earth April 12, 1961
    $400 29
The Palm Beach estate Mar-a-Lago was the home of this cereal heiress
    $400 24
To the French this sport is la natation
    DD: $700 10
William Penn's plan for the city covered a strip of land between the Schuylkill & this river
    $500 7
This producer & composer has written the TV themes for "The Bill Cosby Show" & "Roots"
    $500 15
This Australian bird is called the "Bushman's clock" because its laughing cries are heard at dawn & dusk
    $500 20
Although his expedition reached the N. Pole in April 1909, he couldn't relay the news until September
    $500 30
In 1955 this five-and-dime heiress split from husband No. 5, playboy Porfirio Rubirosa, & married a baron
    $500 25
The French call this religious day La Toussaint

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

Russ Yung-Chang Ryan
$1,000 $600 $1,900

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Yung-Chang Ryan
$2,400 $400 $3,500

Double Jeopardy! Round

WORLD HISTORY
AGRICULTURE
LITERATURE
FASHION FACTS
NOTABLE NAMES
HOTELS BY CITY
(Alex: We'll give you hotel; you indentify the city in which these hotels are found.)
    $200 1
Briefly, in 1945, Karl Doenitz succeeded this man as Fuhrer of Germany
    $200 21
This grain was the most important product of Aztec agriculture
    $200 16
"Slow and steady wins the race" is the famous last line of this fable
    $200 26
A kaku-obi is a stiff silk sash worn over this garment on formal occasions
    $200 11
According to Guinness, this inventor holds the record for the most patents with 1,093
    $200 2
Loew's l'Enfant Plaza,
Hay-Adams,
Watergate
    $400 7
Until a 1969 coup by Muammar al-Qaddafi, King Idris had ruled this country for 18 years
    $400 22
This dictator's support for the erroneous theories of Trofim Lysenko set back Soviet agriculture
    $400 20
Part of this Robert Louis Stevenson tale takes place in a sinister house called the "Laboratory"
    $400 27
A style of wide, calf-length pants is named for these South American cowboys who wear them
    $400 12
It was the stage name of Henriette Bernard
    $400 3
Sol Ipanema,
Plaza Copacabana,
Copacabana Palace
    $600 8
In 1756 British soldiers were imprisoned by Indian troops in this 15' x 18' room
    $600 23
This type of plant, the offspring of genetically different parents, is important in agriculture
    $600 17
This Rex Stout character loves gardening & gourmet foods, as did Stout
    $600 28
Illustrations of this nursery rhyme woman probably inspired the loose dress named for her
    $600 13
When he died in 1723 at age 90, this English architect was buried in his own St. Paul's Cathedral
    $600 4
Ritz-Carlton,
Copley Plaza,
Back Bay Hilton
    $800 9
In the Korean War, U.N. forces captured this North Korean capital October 19, 1950
    $800 24
In the 1700s C. Townshend discovered that turnips could be the 4th crop in a 4-field system of this
    $800 18
This title character in a Frances Hodgson Burnett novel is the grandson of an earl
    $800 29
Kind of slipper whose name comes from a medieval word for "chilblain", not for an animal
    DD: $1,000 14
Thomas Jefferson was a third cousin of this fourth Chief Justice
    $800 5
Santa Lucia,
Mediterraneo,
Vesuvio
    $1000 10
In 1066 he became the last Saxon king to rule England
    $1000 25
This science of growing plants without soil was developed in the mid-19th century
    DD: $1,100 19
This Booth Tarkington novel tells the tale of a girl's attempts to raise her station in life
    $1000 30
For decades, this couturier who's an Italian marchese has been known for his bright abstract prints
    $1000 15
Best known for his quatrains, this poet was Astronomer Royal to the Seljuk Sultan Malik Shah
    $1000 6
Sacher,
Imperial,
Pension Wiener

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Russ Yung-Chang Ryan
$6,000 -$200 $8,400

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Final Jeopardy! Round

PLAYWRIGHTS
He's won 3 Pulitzer Prizes for drama--in 1967, 1975 & 1994

Final scores:

Russ Yung-Chang Ryan
$12,000 -$200 $12,173
2nd place: Broyhill's Fontana living room furniture set and Imperial wallcoverings 3rd place: the GoVideo patented dual-deck VCR New champion: $12,173

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Russ Yung-Chang Ryan
$6,000 $800 $9,300
18 R,
2 W
7 R,
4 W
(including 1 DD)
24 R
(including 1 DD),
3 W
(including 1 DD)

Combined Coryat: $16,100

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