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  1. firefighter
  2. NFL. Owner of the Tennessee Titans
  3. Ex- defensive end for Notre Dame
  4. 1954 Heisman Trophy Winner - Wisconsin (RB)
  5. National Security Advisor 1955-56
  6. Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom (1976-1977); First Female Counselor to the President
  7. Author
  8. U.S. Senator from Texas (1971-93); Secretary of the Treasury (1993-94)
  9. newscaster
  10. American Former Female Wrestler (1944-1964).AWA World Women's Championship Winner (1954). Women's World Championship Winner (1953). NWA World Women's Championship Winner (1954). World Women's Tag Team Championship 5 Times Winner (1952-1958)
  11. Negro League Baseball Player Indianapolis Clowns 1951-3 Did not play in major leagues
  12. Actress: Designing Women, Filthy Rich, Diff'rent Strokes, Family Law, The Edge of Night, The Doctors, On Our Own, Out of the Blue, Ladies Man, Desperate Housewives, Going Berserk // Wife of Hal Holbrook
  13. Former Governor of Texas (1963-69), Secretary of the Treasury (1971-72), wounded during the assassination of President Kennedy
  14. American Actor and Beefcake Model born 1930.'Shandoah','Homicidal','Chisum','Dallas','Pirates of Blood River','Big Jake','Nashville Girl','Crimson Kimono','Star Trek','Gunsmoke','Route 66','Police Story'
  15. January 19, 1905 - August 16, 1995 was the first secretary of the US Department of Health, Education and Welfare, first commanding officer of the Women's Army Corps, and chairperson of the board of the Houston Post
  16. Author
  17. Famed Heart Surgeon
  18. college football HOFer, played for Rice, Cowboys and Steelers
  19. Actor: L.A. Law, Dr. Giggles, Darkman, Paranoia, Prey, Timequest, Inferno, Dark Asylum, Tales from the Crypt, Gryphon, Dark Night of the Scarecrow, American Pie 2, Bean, Dorm Daze 2, Batman Beyond, Johnny Bravo, Dead Air
  20. Professional wrestler
  21. 1943-2011/Bassist and singer/for decades was a prominent figure in D.C.'s blues scene
  22. former college/NFL/AFL tight end; played for Arkansas AM&N, Oilers, Chiefs & Chargers; 3X AFL All-star
  23. 2000 Parade High School Basketball Player of the Year, #7 Pick in the 2001 NBA Draft by the Nets traded to the Houston Rockets
  24. Adult Model-Penthouse Pet April 1998
  25. Pop Singer - Your Hit Parade. Actor - Gomer Pyle USMC (11 episodes as Corporal Cuccinelli). Composer - Massacre At Central High score
  26. Singer/Musician
  27. Musician/Member of original Ink Spots
  28. former college/NBA guard; played for University of Texas, Minneapolis Lakers, & St. Louis Hawks; 5X NBA Champion; former ABA Head Coach of the Houston Mavericks; member of Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame (1982); #15 jersey retired by Texas
  29. NBA player in the 1960's
  30. sec. of commerce bush
  31. children's author (orphan train adventures)
  32. football player
  33. Leftfielder-shortstop who debuted with the Milwaukee Braves in 1953. He passed away in 1996
  34. Pitcher 1953 Pittsburg Pirates {Died 8/8/1974} is in the 1953 Topps Archives
  35. Baseball player; played for the Boston Braves in 1952
  36. Painter, 'Blue Dog' portraits
  37. Baseball / 1970's & 80's Pitcher for Tigers, & Astros / Named Pitching Coach For Cincinnati Reds in The Summer of 2005
  38. Actor (b: 1933) - Films: One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (as Chief Bromden), The White Buffalo, The Outlaw Josey Wales, Orca, Poltergeist II, Firewalker, Fish Hawk. TV series: Vegas, The Yellow Rose
  39. Texas Chainsaw massacre (1974), Texas Chainsaw Massacre Part 2
  40. chemnist, winner of the 1996 Nobel Price in Chemistry
  41. former basketball player for the celtics
  42. wwe's earthquake.....professional wrestler
  43. Actress - Laura, Heaven Can Wait, Belle Starr, Leave Her To Heaven, A Bell For Adano, Dragonwyck, The Razor's Edge, The Ghost & Mrs. Muir, Whirlpool, Night & The City, Plymouth Adventure, The Black Widow
  44. afl houston oilers
  45. astronaut
  46. Governor of Alabama (1967-1968)
  47. American football player, linebacker, Houston Oilers
  48. singer songwriter
  49. Mlb player 50s
  50. Don Wilson  (2)
    Baseball player for the astros 1966-1972
  51. MLB pitcher from 1956-67 with 5 teams. Pitched shutout inning in 1967 World Series. Led league in saves with 23 in 1964. Best seasons in 1963 with 11 wins, 10 saves and 1.97 ERA and 1965 with 6 wins, 18 saves. and 2.25 ERA
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