Show #2340 - Friday, November 4, 1994

Ryan Holznagel game 2.


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Steve Buchthal, a biophysicist originally from Irvington, New York

Cherie Christopher, an attorney originally from Glen Ellyn, Illinois

Ryan Holznagel, a software writer originally from Forest Grove, Oregon (whose 1-day cash winnings total $12,173)

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Jeopardy! Round

    $100 8
Mendota, Monona, Kegonsa & Waubesa are the "Four Lakes" of this Wisconsin capital
    $100 21
"You Bet Your Life" he was the "Most Outstanding Personality"
    $100 22
Of a goblet, snifter, or tumbler, the one without a stem
    $100 7
In 1869 it cut the travel distance between London & Bombay by over 4,000 miles
    $100 4
A veteran of Waterloo, Henry Steinway began manufacturing this instrument in the 1830s
    $100 1
This word commonly precedes hall, house & crier
    $200 9
It's the capital of the "Garden State"
    $200 27
Coverage of the departure of marines to this country won a special events Emmy
    $200 23
Espresso makers may have an attachment for steaming this liquid
    $200 13
When Hannibal was 9, his father forced him to swear eternal hatred for this city
    $200 15
A musical performance from the movie "Deliverance" features a "Dueling" pair of these
    $200 2
It's what the "I" stands for in IEA, ICSU & IATSE
    $300 10
In October an apple butter festival is held at the Carl G. Fenner Arboretum in this Michigan capital
    $300 28
In the Best Actor category, Jose Ferrer competed against Stan Freberg, the voice of this sea serpent
    $300 24
Great-grandma's kitchen may have had one of these devices to turn cream into butter
    $300 14
A March 31, 1492 edict in this country offered the Jews there the choice of baptism or exile
    $300 16
Used in military bands, the large-bored euphonium is a type of this brass instrument
    $300 3
In 1991 this most common test for college-board seniors saw its first decline in math scores since 1980
    $400 11
It's nicknamed the "Green Mountain City"
    $400 29
The best variety show was hosted by this man who later starred with "Mr. Ed"
    $400 25
This spreading tool's name was a late Latin term for the shoulder blade
    $400 17
In 1324 Mali's ruler Mansa Musa made a 4,000-mile pilgrimage to this city, taking a reported 12,000 slaves
    $400 19
European dance masters used to accompany pupils with a pochette, a small version of this stringed instrument
    $400 5
This airline's slogan is "Something special in the air"
    $500 12
The Gastineau Salmon Hatchery is an attraction in this city that lies along the Gastineau Channel
    $500 30
It was the first program to win as Best Game Show; host Ralph Edwards picked up the award
    $500 26
This company put its Mixmaster on the market in 1930 & sold 60,000 of them the first year
    $500 18
In 751 Pepin the Short's title was changed from "Mayor of the Palace" to "King of" these people
    DD: $1,100 20
The English name of this woodwind is a corruption of its French name which means "high wood"
    $500 6
This word can refer to a size of type on a typewriter or an unnatural appetite for clay or chalk

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

Ryan Cherie Steve
$1,300 $400 $400

Scores at the end of the Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Cherie Steve
$1,400 $100 $1,400

Double Jeopardy! Round

    $200 7
He swore he used "neither book nor pamphlet" in preparing the draft
    $200 19
Maurice Utrillo was famous for his paintings of this city, especially of Montmartre
    $200 26
Amritsar, the religious center of the Sikhs, is located in this country's Punjab state
    $200 8
In a 1994 film she played Wilma Flintstone's mother Pearl Slaghoople
    $200 1
In England, paper bills of this monetary unit come in denominations of 5, 10, 20 & 50
    $200 2
At the beginning of the last act of this Thornton Wilder play, Emily has died in childbirth
    $400 13
Most of the members of the Continental Congress did this on Aug. 2, 1776, not on July 4
    $400 23
One of Andy Warhol's favorite subjects was this founder of the People's Republic of China
    $400 27
A Benedictine monk named Augustine became England's first Archbishop of this c. 600
    $400 9
Jane Taylor wrote the rhyme about a scintillating heavenly body that begins with these words
    $400 18
In 1961 the rand became legal tender in this country
    $400 3
In "A Streetcar Named Desire", she's Stella Kowalski's sister
    $600 14
The rough draft read, "We hold these truths to be sacred and undeniable"; it was changed to this
    $600 20
In 1961 the Met purchased his "Aristotle Contemplating the Bust of Homer" for $2.3 million
    $600 28
The name of Durga, a fierce & beautiful goddess of this religion, is Sanskrit for "the inaccessible"
    $600 10
This "A Woman of Substance" author married producer Robert Bradford in 1963
    DD: $700 17
In 1993 Turkmenistan replaced this unit of currency with the manat
    $600 4
It completes the title of the play "Oh Dad, Poor Dad, Mamma's Hung You in the Closet..."
    $800 15
One of the "facts" "presented" was England's "imposing" these "on us without our consent"
    DD: $700 21
In 1978 3 of his bronzes, including "The Clenched Hand", were stolen from the St. Louis Art Museum
    $800 29
Poland's patron saint is St. Stanislaus of this city, the former capital of Poland
    $800 11
He was exhumed in 1991 to determine whether he had been poisoned in 1850
    $800 24
In 1980 Israel adopted this currency that shares its name with a biblical unit of weight
    $800 5
In a 1922 Anne Nichols play, he marries an Irish girl named Rose Mary Murphy, starting a family feud
    $1000 16
Congress ordered a copy for each state Jan. 18, 1777, when it met in this city, not Philadelphia
    $1000 22
His son Jamie is the day-dreaming boy with the coonskin hat in his 1952 watercolor "Faraway"
    $1000 30
It's the religion of nearly all the Malays in Malaysia
    $1000 12
She gave us the generational saga of "Captains and the Kings"
    $1000 25
Divided into 100 groschen, it's the main unit of Austria
    $1000 6
In February 1949 this actor originated the role of Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman"

Scores at the end of the Double Jeopardy! Round:

Ryan Cherie Steve
$10,400 $500 $2,200
(lock game)

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Final Jeopardy! Round

This Republican was the first V.P. to succeed to the presidency and then win the office by election

Final scores:

Ryan Cherie Steve
$12,900 $500 $1,100
2-day champion: $25,073 3rd place: Air Combat USA fighter pilot training 2nd place: a golf & tennis retreat at Carmel Valley Ranch Resort, just east of Carmel by the Sea, and Panasonic's CD radio/cassette recorder and portable digital compact cassette player

Game dynamics:

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Coryat scores:

Ryan Cherie Steve
$11,500 $500 $2,200
26 R
(including 2 DDs),
2 W
(including 1 DD)
7 R,
4 W
15 R,
3 W

Combined Coryat: $14,200

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Game tape date: 1994-08-31
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