Show #2358 - Wednesday, November 30, 1994

Ryan Holznagel game 5.

Contestants

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David Lindauer, an Army officer from Heidelberg, Germany

Kevin Mulhern, a computer programming consultant from Stanhope, New Jersey

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer originally from Forest Grove, Oregon (whose 4-day cash winnings total $49,413)

Jeopardy! Round

GEOGRAPHY
THE MOVIES
FRUITS & VEGETABLES
HISTORIC DOCUMENTS
LAURELS
"HEART"Y PHRASES
    $100 1
The Devil's Triangle is also known as this more famous triangle
    $100 6
In 1977 this "Happy Days" star directed his first feature, "Grand Theft Auto"
    $100 11
The Empire apple was developed in this state from the Delicious & McIntosh
    $100 15
The bill of sale for this was dated April 30, 1803
    $100 16
An international award for authors & illustrators of children's books is name for this Danish author
    $100 26
A frank discussion between 2 people
    $200 2
Known in the Middle Ages as the Gateway to China, Lanzhou was an important stop on this trade route
    $200 8
At age 26 this actress known as "America's Sweetheart" played a girl of 12 in "Pollyana"
    $200 12
Petit pois are small, tender ones of these
    $200 21
Total number of theses nailed to a church door in Wittenberg, Germany October 31, 1517
    $200 17
In 1994 Mary Anne Tyndall of Whiteville, N.C. won this contest's grand prize with fudgie bonbons
    $200 27
The central issue; the core
    $300 3
Honduras borders these 2 large bodies of water
    $300 7
This first sequel to "Frankenstein" was released in 1935; both films were directed by James Whale
    $300 13
Blumenkohl is the German name for this vegetable
    $300 22
The last line of this 1848 tract has been translated as "Workers of the world, unite!"
    $300 18
This composer won a 1961 Grammy for his soundtrack album from "Breakfast at Tiffany's"
    $300 28
Meaning "be merciful", it's used in response to a harsh demand
    $400 4
World capital in which Jose Napoleon Duarte was born
    $400 9
The 1947 "Best Song" Oscar went to "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah" from this Disney Film
    $400 14
Baba ghanoush is a Middle Eastern spread made with this purple-skinned vegetable
    DD: $1,000 23
Adopted in March 1861, it was modeled on the U.S. Constitution
    $400 19
In 1972 this chairman of McDonald's received the Horatio Alger Award
    $400 29
In the 1938 movie musical "Listen, Darling", Judy Garland sang, "Zing! Went" these
    $500 5
In 1980 Mt. McKinley National Park was renamed this
    $500 10
In "Rebecca" this actress' first line is "Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley Again"
    $500 25
In the U.S. Golden raisins are usually made from this variety of grape
    $500 24
Japan signed its surrender for WWII aboard this ship
    $500 20
Winners of this atomic energy award have included Edward Teller & Glenn T. Seaborg
    $500 30
Characters in this Carson McCullers novel include Biff Brannon, Mick Kelly & Dr. Copeland

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

Ryan Kevin David
$1,500 $700 $1,100

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Kevin David
$2,300 $2,000 $2,000

Double Jeopardy! Round

1909
POLITICIANS
CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY
THE BODY HUMAN
NOVELS & NOVELISTS
20th CENTURY OPERAS
    $200 6
This ex-pres.'s account of his African hunting trip appeared in Scribner's Magazine, netting him $50,000
    $200 11
In June 1969 this California governor gave the eulogy at the funeral of actor Robert Taylor
    $200 12
Achilles died after one of these weapons wounded him in the heel
    $200 21
2 tiny bones in the ear, the malleus & incus, are better known as the hammer & this
    $200 26
Many of the letters in this epistolary Alice Walker novel are written by Celie to God
    $200 1
Concepcion's lovers hid inside clocks in this "Bolero" composer's opera "L'heure espangnole"
    $400 9
In November this site was chosen as the USA's principal naval base in the Pacific
    $400 17
In the 1950s this current Massachusetts senator was an end on the Harvard football team
    $400 13
Demeter sometimes rides around in one of these vehicles pulled by dragons
    $400 22
It's the familiar name for your third & smallest molars
    $400 27
He wrote a play called "Clevinger's Trial", based on Chapter 8 of his novel "Catch-22"
    $400 2
"The Unicorn, the Gorgon and the Manticore" is a satirical opera by this man who created Amahl
    $600 7
On December 26, 1909 this sculptor of "The Bronco Buster" died at age 48
    $600 18
This sponsor of the Erie Canal served as NYC mayor prior to becoming governor of N.Y. in 1817
    $600 14
These 3 goddesses who control human destinies are also called the Moirai
    $600 23
Compton's Encycl. describes this largest internal organ as "a uniform blob of reddish-brown tissue"
    $600 28
The hero of this Morris L. West novel is a Ukrainian who becomes pope
    $600 3
He wrote the music for "Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny"; Brecht wrote the libretto
    $800 8
During the year this Austrian psychiatrist gave a series of lectures at Clark University in Massachusetts
    DD: $800 19
1 of the 2 Ohio governors elected president of the U.S. in the late 19th century
    DD: $1,700 15
Urania is usually described as the muse of this science
    $800 24
Originating in the spinal cord & running down the back of the thigh, it's the largest nerve in the body
    $800 29
"Bodily Harm" & "The Handmaid's Tale" are 2 of this Canadian's feminist novels
    $800 4
This Swede's 1907 play "The Ghost Sonata" inspired a 1984 chamber opera by Aribert Reimann
    $1000 10
This French premier stepped down after a furious July 20 debate in the Chamber of Deputies
    $1000 20
Although he won the popular & electoral votes in 1824, the House chose John Quincy Adams as president
    $1000 16
Some say this underworld canine has serpents entwined around his multiple necks
    $1000 25
During adolescence, acne is caused by an overabundance of oil produced by these glands
    $1000 30
Savonarola & Machiavelli are characters in George Eliot's "Romola", set in the 1490s in this city
    $1000 5
"The Burning Fiery Furnace" is a Biblical opera by this composer of "Billy Budd"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Kevin David
$2,400 $6,000 $8,000

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Final Jeopardy! Round

BUSINESS & INDUSTRY
1 of the top 10 companies that operated food services in 1964, in 1994 its lunch counters ranked No. 264

Final scores:

Ryan Kevin David
$4,800 $7,000 $4,300
2nd place: Coleman Spas model 60 jacuzzi for 4 & a Hatteras hammock New champion: $7,000 3rd place: Gruen his and hers Curvex watches

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Kevin David
$5,100 $6,000 $8,000
17 R,
4 W
(including 2 DDs)
16 R,
1 W
19 R
(including 1 DD),
2 W

Combined Coryat: $19,100

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