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Old 08-02-16, 08:37 AM
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One Who Knows is on a distinguished road
Frank Underwood - Thanks for the video of Bill Walton. So he majored in biology on sorority row, huh? He's definitely one of a kind! Also, thanks for the info on Yappi being a NEO-based site. Over the years, some of the threads have been monopolized by posters from a certain area. That, of course, is to be expected.

coldshoulder - You are getting closer on Leonard Gray with your guess of San Diego State, but you're still about 100 miles away.

Zunardo - You are correct on #16. It was Jean Knight who recorded "Mr. Big Shot".

JB - You seem to know Frank Underwood, so see what you can do to find his wife, Claire. I think Robin Wright would be welcomed on this thread (as least by Bevo).

Here's the latest update and from here on out, you may make unlimited guesses (but still NO Googling):

HOOPS - Players from the early 1970s - name the college they represented:

1. Jimmy Collins - New Mexico State (Bevo)
2. Bubba Jones, Ashland College (Bevo)
3. "Corky" Calhoun - Pennsylvania (coldshoulder)
4. M.L. Carr, Guilford (NC) College (MontetheCarlo)
5. Reggie Royals, UNANSWERED
6. Richie Fuqua, Oral Roberts (Bevo)
7. Mike D'Antoni, Marshall (kent16)
8. Mike Bantom, St. Joseph's (Monclova Steve)
9. Leonard Gray, Long Beach State (coldshoulder)
10. John Fraley, Georgia (JB)

Extra-Credit (Hoops):

A. What famous musician, born in Cleveland's "Little Italy" section was Digger Phelps' former father-in-law?
B. Who was the first African-American head basketball coach in the Big Ten?
Bill Cofield, Wisconsin (JB)

MUSIC - One-Hit Wonders from the early 1970s - name the recording artist(s):

11. "Indiana Wants Me", R. Dean Taylor (Mr. Slippery)
12. "Rose Garden", Lynn Anderson (Zunardo)
13. "In the Summertime", Mungo Jerry (coldshoulder)
14. "Lay a Little Lovin' On Me", UNANSWERED
15. "Yellow River", Christie (JB)
16. "Mr. Big Stuff", Jean Knight (Zunardo)
17. "Gone", UNANSWERED
19. "Lovin' You", Minnie Ripperton (80greyhound)
20. "Rock On", David Essex (Zunardo)

Extra-Credit (Music):

C. I had a one-hit wonder in the 1970s. I was also married to two music legends (Duane Eddy and Waylon Jennings). Who Am I?
Jessi Colter (JB)
D. Currently, I have my own TV show, but my late mother was the artist who recorded #19. Who Am I?
Maya Rudolph (Zunardo)


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