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Old 04-17-17, 04:13 PM
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I'm out of guesses for today, and I don't know any of the remaining answers anyway.

Canton Central Catholic - '99, 143 graduates, IIRC. We'd kill to have a graduating class of 143 now.

My freshman class had over 180, but private schools often see a higher attrition rate from freshman year to graduation. The exception to that statement would be large urban public schools who might be battling high dropout rates. Funny thing is I occasionally go through my yearbooks and can't figure out what exactly happened to all the kids who left.
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Old 04-17-17, 04:18 PM
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Hey - this thing is groovin', ya all! I bet if we had all been in the same school and around the same age, we would have found each other back in the day! Not lookin' to derail the great quiz but I am curious as to how many people were in each of our graduating classes. So, when you answer, throw it out there. USHS - '69 - 140.

I only have three possibly correct answers left and a goofy one for "W".

Long time until noon tomorrow!!
Great point as always, Bevo. I have always been impressed with how close our experiences have been -- except that, instead of girls, I was totally obsessed with sports.

Anyway, I graduated from Western Hills (Cincy) in 1969. Our senior class? 1000-1100.

And we STILL sucked at football!
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Old 04-17-17, 04:32 PM
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Bevo...3 more guesses after midnight tonite (12:00 am Tuesday), not 12 noon Tuesday. (Right OWK?)

My high school graduating class in 1973 numbered approximately 210 (Youngstown Liberty--an unicorporated township in southern Trumbull County, adjacent to but outside the Youngstown city limits). Their recent classes have been about 100.
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Old 04-17-17, 04:43 PM
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From the high school info requested by Bevo: class and graduates
1. Bevo - Upper Sandusky '69 (140)
2. OWK - Akron St. Vincent '65 (183)
3. coldshoulder - Youngstown Liberty '73 (210)
4. Mr. Slippery - Canton Central Catholic '99 (143)
5. Monclova Steve - Cincinnati Western Hills '69 (1000+)
6. 80greyhound - Grove City '80 (640)
7. Zunardo - Hamilton Twp '76 (190)
8. BlackHawk - Kettering Alter '75 (300)

Below is the update and remember, only THREE guesses until midnight (12:00 am Tuesday)
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Bevo...3 more guesses after midnight tonite (12:00 am Tuesday), not 12 noon Tuesday. (Right OWK?)
Yes coldshoulder, that's midnight tonight or 12:01 am.

HOOPS

EASY
1. Charles Barkley, Auburn (Mr. Slippery)
2. Ted Kitchel
3. Glenn "Doc" Rivers, Marquette (Mr. Slippery)
4. Leo Rautins
5. Keith Lee, Memphis State (Mr. Slippery)

MEDIUM
6. Michael Adams
7. Roy Hinson, Rutgers (rdlwolverine)
8. Ray McCallum
9. Sidney Lowe, North Carolina State (80greyhound)
10. Eric Turner, Michigan (rdlwolverine)

HARD
11. Durand "Rudy" Macklin, LSU (coldshoulder)
12. Michael Cage, San Diego State (coldshoulder)
13. Phil Cox
14. Paul Pressey, Tulsa (rdlwolverine)
15. Jon Koncak, SMU (coldshoulder)

Extra-Credit:
A. I was an Ohio State basketball player from the 1950s and was known as "Hondo" before John Havlicek was associated with that nickname? Who Am I?
FRANK HOWARD (Bevo)
B. I was a college All-American and a five-time NBA all-star. I chose my athletic number, however, because of my admiration for "The King of NASCAR". Who Am I?
BRAD DAUGHERTY, Richard Petty's #43 (JB)

MUSIC (Identify the song with the lyrics below):

16. "Breakin' rocks in the hot sun…" - "I Fought the Law", Bobby Fuller Four (JB)
17. "Once upon a time you dressed so fine…" - "Like a Rolling Stone", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
18. "When the night has come…" - "Stand By Me", Ben E. King (Monclova Steve)
19. "Beat is getting' stronger, music getting' longer too…"
20. "There must be some kind of way outta here…" - "All Along the Watchtower", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
21. "I am he as you are he as you are me…" - "I Am The Walrus", The Beatles (Monclova Steve)
22. "Now that you've found your paradise…"
23. "Well, it ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babe…" - "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right", Bob Dylan (Monclova Steve)
24. "I saw her today at the reception…" - "You Can't Always Get What You Want", The Rolling Stones (BlackHawk)
25. "I don't know just where I'm going, but I'm gonna try for the kingdom if I can…" - "Heroin", The Velvet Underground (BlackHawk)
26. "Be on my side, I'll be on your side, baby…"
27. "Couldn't sleep at all last night…"
28. "Oh, a storm is threatening, my very life today…" - "Gimme Shelter", The Rolling Stones (80greyhound)
29. "Ground control to Major Tom…" - "Space Oddity", David Bowie (BlackHawk)
30. "Sometimes it's hard to be a woman…"
31. "Johnny's in the basement, mixing up the medicine…"
32. "All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey…" - "California Dreamin'", The Mamas and the Papas (80greyhound)
33. "Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day…" - "Time", Pink Floyd (Zunardo)
34. "There's a light, a certain kind of light…"
35. "You need cooling, baby, I'm not fooling…" - "Whole Lotta Love", Led Zeppelin (Zunardo)

Extra-Credit:
C. This rock and roll legend, who recently died, had his only #1 song in 1972 with this song. Name That Tune
"My Ling-A-Ling", Chuck Berry (JB)
D. This song is heard in the background of a party scene depicting George W. Bush's drinking years. LeAnn Rimes also had some success with a remake of the "swamp pop", blues ballad. Name That Tune

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Old 04-17-17, 04:53 PM
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Seems I'm always a day late when these quizzes are posted. Fortunately, there's still an opportunity to chime in.

28. Gimme Shelter The Stones!!!
32. California Dreaming The Mamas & Papas
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Old 04-17-17, 04:57 PM
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Monclova Steve - I graduated from Western Hills (Cincy) in 1969.
Wow! Western Hills has had some baseball players!!! Between West High and Elder, Price Hill had to be the baseball capital of the state.

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Old 04-17-17, 05:06 PM
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80greyhound[/B];6751072]Seems I'm always a day late when these quizzes are posted. Fortunately, there's still an opportunity to chime in.

28. Gimme Shelter The Stones!!!
32. California Dreaming The Mamas & Papas
80greyhound - It's never too late. You are on the money with both of your answers. They are reflected in post #2284.

There is also an info question from Bevo.

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Old 04-17-17, 05:22 PM
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Oh....now I see the question.

Grove City (Groovy City) '80 - over 600 in our class. Maybe 640 or so.

For such a large class, we were all pretty close. Many of us still get together on a regular basis.

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Old 04-17-17, 05:30 PM
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Oh....now I see the question.

Grove City (Groovy City) '80 - over 600 in our class. Maybe 640 or so.

For sure such a large class, we were all pretty close. Many of us still get together on a regular basis.
Thanks 80greyhound - I've included it on the list in post #2284.

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9. Sidney Lowe NC State. Who could ever forget that team and their run at the Championship? Was that a shot or a pass????
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Old 04-17-17, 06:26 PM
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Hamilton Township High School - no, not near Cincinnati! Near Columbus!

Class of 1976 - 190 strong
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Old 04-17-17, 06:58 PM
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Kettering Archbishop Alter, Class of 1975. We had about 300 in our graduating class...the school was way overcrowded in the seventies. Alter is about half that size now, which is about right for that building.
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9. Sidney Lowe NC State. Who could ever forget that team and their run at the Championship? Was that a shot or a pass????
Absolutely correct, 80greyhound and Sidney Lowe will tell you it was a SHOT.

Zunardo and BlackHawk - I will add this info to the summary and latest update on my next post:
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Hamilton Township High School - no, not near Cincinnati! Near Columbus!
Class of 1976 - 190 strong
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Kettering Archbishop Alter, Class of 1975. We had about 300 in our graduating class...the school was way overcrowded in the seventies. Alter is about half that size now, which is about right for that building.
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Below is the summary, so far, of the high school info that Bevo requested (high school, graduating class and number in your senior class):

1. Bevo - Upper Sandusky '69 (140)
2. OWK - Akron St. Vincent '65 (183)
3. coldshoulder - Youngstown Liberty '73 (210)
4. Mr. Slippery - Canton Central Catholic '99 (143)
5. Monclova Steve - Cincinnati Western Hills '69 (1000+)
6. 80greyhound - Grove City '80 (640)
7. Zunardo - Hamilton Twp '76 (190)
8. BlackHawk - Kettering Alter '75 (300)
9. EagleGuy - Hubbard '70 (296)

Everyone who has already answered will get three more guesses tonight at midnight/12:00 am.

Here's the latest update:

HOOPS

EASY
1. Charles Barkley, Auburn (Mr. Slippery)
2. Ted Kitchel, UNANSWERED
3. Glenn "Doc" Rivers, Marquette (Mr. Slippery)
4. Leo Rautins, UNANSWERED
5. Keith Lee, Memphis State (Mr. Slippery)

MEDIUM
6. Michael Adams, UNANSWERED
7. Roy Hinson, Rutgers (rdlwolverine)
8. Ray McCallum, UNANSWERED
9. Sidney Lowe, North Carolina State (80greyhound)
10. Eric Turner, Michigan (rdlwolverine)

HARD
11. Durand "Rudy" Macklin, LSU (coldshoulder)
12. Michael Cage, San Diego State (coldshoulder)
13. Phil Cox, UNANSWERED
14. Paul Pressey, Tulsa (rdlwolverine)
15. Jon Koncak, SMU (coldshoulder)

Extra-Credit:
A. I was an Ohio State basketball player from the 1950s and was known as "Hondo" before John Havlicek was associated with that nickname? Who Am I?
FRANK HOWARD (Bevo)
B. I was a college All-American and a five-time NBA all-star. I chose my athletic number, however, because of my admiration for "The King of NASCAR". Who Am I?
BRAD DAUGHERTY, Richard Petty's #43 (JB)

MUSIC (Identify the song with the lyrics below):

16. "Breakin' rocks in the hot sun…" - "I Fought the Law", Bobby Fuller Four (JB)
17. "Once upon a time you dressed so fine…" - "Like a Rolling Stone", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
18. "When the night has come…" - "Stand By Me", Ben E. King (Monclova Steve)
19. "Beat is getting' stronger, music getting' longer too…" UNANSWERED
20. "There must be some kind of way outta here…" - "All Along the Watchtower", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
21. "I am he as you are he as you are me…" - "I Am The Walrus", The Beatles (Monclova Steve)
22. "Now that you've found your paradise…" UNANSWERED
23. "Well, it ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babe…" - "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right", Bob Dylan (Monclova Steve)
24. "I saw her today at the reception…" - "You Can't Always Get What You Want", The Rolling Stones (BlackHawk)
25. "I don't know just where I'm going, but I'm gonna try for the kingdom if I can…" - "Heroin", The Velvet Underground (BlackHawk)
26. "Be on my side, I'll be on your side, baby…" UNANSWERED
27. "Couldn't sleep at all last night…" - "Tossin' and Turnin'" (Zunardo); we still need to name the artist.
28. "Oh, a storm is threatening, my very life today…" - "Gimme Shelter", The Rolling Stones (80greyhound)
29. "Ground control to Major Tom…" - "Space Oddity", David Bowie (BlackHawk)
30. "Sometimes it's hard to be a woman…" "Stand By Your Man", Tammy Wynette (EagleGuy)
31. "Johnny's in the basement, mixing up the medicine…" UNANSWERED
32. "All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey…" - "California Dreamin'", The Mamas and the Papas (80greyhound)
33. "Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day…" - "Time", Pink Floyd (Zunardo)
34. "There's a light, a certain kind of light…" UNANSWERED
35. "You need cooling, baby, I'm not fooling…" - "Whole Lotta Love", Led Zeppelin (Zunardo)

Extra-Credit:
C. This rock and roll legend, who recently died, had his only #1 song in 1972 with this song. Name That Tune
"My Ling-A-Ling", Chuck Berry (JB)
D. This song is heard in the background of a party scene depicting George W. Bush's drinking years. LeAnn Rimes also had some success with a remake of the "swamp pop", blues ballad. Name That Tune
"Green River", CCR is incorrect

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Old 04-17-17, 07:38 PM
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27. I believe that's "Tossin' and Turnin'". The original artist escapes me, but I know Peter Criss, the original drummer for Kiss, covered it on his 1978 solo LP.
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27. I believe that's "Tossin' and Turnin'". The original artist escapes me, but I know Peter Criss, the original drummer for Kiss, covered it on his 1978 solo LP.
You're probably correct about the "cover", but unfortunately I'm looking for the original artist (early 1960s). Sorry, but I had to put a couple of questions on for the senior citizens. I will, however, give you half-credit for naming the song - good job!

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Old 04-17-17, 08:53 PM
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Please see post #2294 for updates and instructions.

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Looks like, Monclova, Coldshoulder ,Eagle Guy, RDL, OWK and I are of the same vintage. Mr. Slippery is the youngster but knows his stuff. And, I am surprised OWK is still up. If we are "vintage" they we are fine wine; unless some of us have already turned to dried up grapes! (Are those raisins?) We are the Incense and Peppermints, Nobody But Me , Turn Down Day crowd, for sure.

I 've got one answer left and it's a nice obscure one; if JB doesn't stop by, I'll try to post it in the morning. I have to be in Toledo at 7:30 and pick up a guy here at 6:00. 4:40 wake up!! Have to go in to town first and pick up a vehicle - it blows but it 's a nice little stipend. You get use to it! (The extra dough, that is, not the work.)

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Old 04-17-17, 10:39 PM
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Below is the summary, so far, of the high school info that Bevo requested (high school, graduating class and number in your senior class):

1. Bevo - Upper Sandusky '69 (140)
2. OWK - Akron St. Vincent '65 (183)
3. coldshoulder - Youngstown Liberty '73 (210)
4. Mr. Slippery - Canton Central Catholic '99 (143)
5. Monclova Steve - Cincinnati Western Hills '69 (1000+)
6. 80greyhound - Grove City '80 (640)
7. Zunardo - Hamilton Twp '76 (190)
8. BlackHawk - Kettering Alter '75 (300)
9. EagleGuy - Hubbard '70 (296)
10. rdlwolverine - Toledo Whitmer '73 (900)

At midnight, everyone has another THREE guesses.

Here's the latest update:

HOOPS

EASY
1. Charles Barkley, Auburn (Mr. Slippery)
2. Ted Kitchel, Indiana (Monclova Steve)
3. Glenn "Doc" Rivers, Marquette (Mr. Slippery)
4. Leo Rautins, Syracuse (Monclova Steve)
5. Keith Lee, Memphis State (Mr. Slippery)

MEDIUM
6. Michael Adams, Boston College (Monclova Steve)
7. Roy Hinson, Rutgers (rdlwolverine)
8. Ray McCallum, Ball State (coldshoulder)
9. Sidney Lowe, North Carolina State (80greyhound)
10. Eric Turner, Michigan (rdlwolverine)

HARD
11. Durand "Rudy" Macklin, LSU (coldshoulder)
12. Michael Cage, San Diego State (coldshoulder)
13. Phil Cox, UNANSWERED
14. Paul Pressey, Tulsa (rdlwolverine)
15. Jon Koncak, SMU (coldshoulder)

Extra-Credit:
A. I was an Ohio State basketball player from the 1950s and was known as "Hondo" before John Havlicek was associated with that nickname? Who Am I?
FRANK HOWARD (Bevo)
B. I was a college All-American and a five-time NBA all-star. I chose my athletic number, however, because of my admiration for "The King of NASCAR". Who Am I?
BRAD DAUGHERTY, Richard Petty's #43 (JB)

MUSIC (Identify the song with the lyrics below):

16. "Breakin' rocks in the hot sun…" - "I Fought the Law", Bobby Fuller Four (JB)
17. "Once upon a time you dressed so fine…" - "Like a Rolling Stone", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
18. "When the night has come…" - "Stand By Me", Ben E. King (Monclova Steve)
19. "Beat is getting' stronger, music getting' longer too…" - "I Want to Take You Higher", Sly and the Family Stone (rdlwolverine)
20. "There must be some kind of way outta here…" - "All Along the Watchtower", Bob Dylan (Bevo)
21. "I am he as you are he as you are me…" - "I Am The Walrus", The Beatles (Monclova Steve)
22. "Now that you've found your paradise…" UNANSWERED
23. "Well, it ain't no use to sit and wonder why, babe…" - "Don't Think Twice, It's All Right", Bob Dylan (Monclova Steve)
24. "I saw her today at the reception…" - "You Can't Always Get What You Want", The Rolling Stones (BlackHawk)
25. "I don't know just where I'm going, but I'm gonna try for the kingdom if I can…" - "Heroin", The Velvet Underground (BlackHawk)
26. "Be on my side, I'll be on your side, baby…" - "Down By The River", Neil Young (coldshoulder)
27. "Couldn't sleep at all last night…" - "Tossin' and Turnin'" (Zunardo); Bobby Lewis (JB)
28. "Oh, a storm is threatening, my very life today…" - "Gimme Shelter", The Rolling Stones (80greyhound)
29. "Ground control to Major Tom…" - "Space Oddity", David Bowie (BlackHawk)
30. "Sometimes it's hard to be a woman…" "Stand By Your Man", Tammy Wynette (EagleGuy)
31. "Johnny's in the basement, mixing up the medicine…" - "Suberranean Homesick Blues" (Bevo)
32. "All the leaves are brown, and the sky is grey…" - "California Dreamin'", The Mamas and the Papas (80greyhound)
33. "Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day…" - "Time", Pink Floyd (Zunardo)
34. "There's a light, a certain kind of light…" UNANSWERED
35. "You need cooling, baby, I'm not fooling…" - "Whole Lotta Love", Led Zeppelin (Zunardo)

Extra-Credit:
C. This rock and roll legend, who recently died, had his only #1 song in 1972 with this song. Name That Tune
"My Ling-A-Ling", Chuck Berry (JB)
D. This song is heard in the background of a party scene depicting George W. Bush's drinking years. LeAnn Rimes also had some success with a remake of the "swamp pop", blues ballad. Name That Tune
"Green River" is incorrect

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Old 04-18-17, 03:40 AM
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31. Subterrean Home Sick Blues - Dylan

ECD - Green River - Creedence
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Old 04-18-17, 04:36 AM
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Let's try hoops for a change:
2. Ted Kitchel -- Indiana

4. Leo Rautins -- Syracuse

6. Michael Adams -- Boston College
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Old 04-18-17, 04:46 AM
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Wow! Western Hills has had some baseball players!!! Between West High and Elder, Price Hill had to be the baseball capital of the state.

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You are indeed a historian and scholar, OWK. (I hear that you're quite possibly a gentleman as well, but I digress)
I was proud to be captain there in 1969. My cousin is currently head coach at Elder.
Yes, quite a history of state titles as well as a plethora of major league players back in the day.
Sadly, the tradition of baseball successes at West High has fallen into the dustbin of history.
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Old 04-18-17, 04:49 AM
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I see that Bevo, one of those "senior citizens" is hard at work already this morning with a 4:40 wake-up call while this "senior" senior citizen just stopped by to check things out courtesy of one of those nightly wake-up calls from Mother Nature. Even at 5:30 in the morning, Bevo beats me to the punch for the second straight day by answering a Dylan song again. I guess I'm just glad I don't have to drive to Toledo right now! Here's my contribution before heading back to bed.

2. Ted Kitchel - Indiana
4. Leo Rautins - Syracuse, I think he was Canadian ?

27. I'll take the other half of Zunardo's "Tossin' and Turnin' " with Bobby Lewis , protégé of the great Jackie Wilson in the early 60's. I never knew that a Kiss member had a remake of this classic tune from my HS days.

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9. Ray McCallum -- Ball State
26. "Be on my side, I'll be on your side, baby..." -- "Down By the River" by Neil Young (although I still like the Buddy Miles version better)
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31. Subterranean Home Sick Blues - Dylan
ECD - Green River - Creedence
Early morning ride for Bevo, but he came through with the correct answer to #31. Unfortunately, "Green River" is incorrect for "D".

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Let's try hoops for a change:
2. Ted Kitchel -- Indiana
4. Leo Rautins -- Syracuse
6. Michael Adams -- Boston College
Monclova Steve is correct with #2, #4,#6.

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2. Ted Kitchel - Indiana
4. Leo Rautins - Syracuse, I think he was Canadian?
27. I'll take the other half of Zunardo's "Tossin' and Turnin' " with Bobby Lewis , protégé of the great Jackie Wilson in the early 60's.
JB
Unfortunately, "JB" was edged out by Monclova Steve on #2 and #4 (although he is correct about Leo Rautins being a Canadian). "JB" correctly named Bobby Lewis as the artist for #27
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9. Ray McCallum -- Ball State
26. "Be on my side, I'll be on your side, baby..." -- "Down By the River" by Neil Young (although I still like the Buddy Miles version better)
coldshoulder is correct on both #9 and #26.

All of the above correct answers are reflected in post #2299.

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Old 04-18-17, 10:31 AM
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We still need to complete Bevo's request for everyone's high school, graduating class and number in your senior class:

1. Bevo - Upper Sandusky '69 (140)
2. OWK - Akron St. Vincent '65 (183)
3. coldshoulder - Youngstown Liberty '73 (210)
4. Mr. Slippery - Canton Central Catholic '99 (143)
5. Monclova Steve - Cincinnati Western Hills '69 (1000+)
6. 80greyhound - Grove City '80 (640)
7. Zunardo - Hamilton Twp '76 (190)
8. BlackHawk - Kettering Alter '75 (300)
9. EagleGuy - Hubbard '70 (296)

Below are the unanswered questions:
13. Phil Cox (what college?)
19. "Beat is getting' stronger, music getting' longer too…"
22. "Now that you've found your paradise…"
34. "There's a light, a certain kind of light…"
D. This song is heard in the background of a party scene depicting George W. Bush's drinking years. LeAnn Rimes also had some success with a remake of the "swamp pop", blues ballad. Name That Tune
"Green River", CCR is incorrect

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Old 04-18-17, 10:33 AM
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I see that Bevo, one of those "senior citizens" is hard at work already this morning with a 4:40 wake-up call while this "senior" senior citizen just stopped by to check things out courtesy of one of those nightly wake-up calls from Mother Nature. Even at 5:30 in the morning, Bevo beats me to the punch for the second straight day by answering a Dylan song again. I guess I'm just glad I don't have to drive to Toledo right now! Here's my contribution before heading back to bed.

2. Ted Kitchel - Indiana
4. Leo Rautins - Syracuse, I think he was Canadian ?

27. I'll take the other half of Zunardo's "Tossin' and Turnin' " with Bobby Lewis , protégé of the great Jackie Wilson in the early 60's. I never knew that a Kiss member had a remake of this classic tune from my HS days.

JB
"JB" - You have two more guesses since you were beaten on Monclova Steve's "buzzer-beater". Also, please add your high school info to the list.

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JB - add your class info. Remember, we do not accept "ought" as a number.
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19 - (I Want to Take You) Higher - Sly and the Family Stone. If I were a MLB player (as I dreamed of being when I was a youngster), all my walk up music would be Sly and the Family Stone - Higher, Dance to the Music, Everyday People.

Toledo Whitmer class of '73, approximately 900 in graduating class.
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19 - (I Want to Take You) Higher - Sly and the Family Stone. If I were a MLB player (as I dreamed of being when I was a youngster), all my walk up music would be Sly and the Family Stone - Higher, Dance to the Music, Everyday People.

Toledo Whitmer class of '73, approximately 900 in graduating class.
Good job rdlwolverine on identifying #19:
"I Want to Take You Higher", Sly and the Family Stone

Thanks for your high school info. Your correct answer is reflected in post #2299

We still need to correctly answer the remaining questions:

13. Phil Cox (what college?)
22. "Now that you've found your paradise…"
34. "There's a light, a certain kind of light…"
D. This song is heard in the background of a party scene depicting George W. Bush's drinking years. LeAnn Rimes also had some success with a remake of the "swamp pop", blues ballad. Name That Tune
"Green River", CCR is incorrect

ROCK ON!
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