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  1. An American astrophysicist and astronomer; Secretary of the Smithsonian (1928-1944)
  2. V.P under Nixon
  3. Bocks Car Crew, RCM Observer, WW II, Nagasaki
  4. Former American Professional Tennis Player. She Won Five Grand Slam Singles Titles And Was The Runner-Up On Three Other Occasions. Grand Slam Singles results - Wimbledon (1946), US Open (1942, 1943, 1944, 1946). Grand Slam Mixed Doubles French Open(1946)
  5. Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Louisiana
  6. American Actress - TV Series - 'The Peoples Choice' (1955-1958), 'Peyton Place' (1964-1965),' General Hospital' (1965-1969), 'Bonanza ' (Guest)(1962). Movie - 'Homicidal' (1961), 'Andy Hardy Comes Home' (1959), 'I Saw What You Did' (1965). Plus Many More
  7. Author
  8. U.S. Senator from Maryland (1963-1969)
  9. Author
  10. Actor on 'the Wire'
  11. Author: The Hunt for Red October, Patriot Games, The Sum of All Fears, Rainbow Six, Without Remorse, Debt of Honor, The Cardinal of the Kremlin, Red Storm Rising
  12. Author
  13. 01/04/1920-04/27/1996 Director of Central Intelligence (DCI/C.I.A.) from September 1973 to January 1976/During World War II Colby served with the Office of Strategic Services
  14. Admiral, former Joint Chief under Reagan and Bush
  15. Post master general under jfk. introduced the zipcode
  16. Actress - Cleopatra Jones films (title role), Chained Heat, Fuzz, Amazons, Norman...Is That You?, Jason Of Star Command. Vogue Model
  17. Author
  18. General Ira Clarence Eaker (April 13, 1896 - August 6, 1987) was a general of the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. On April 30, 1945, General Eaker was named deputy commander of the Army Air Forces and Chief of the Air Staff
  19. Star of the movie 'Freaks' in 1932. Was displayed in the late 1930s in several Ripley's Believe It Or Not Odditoriums, where he was billed as 'The Most Remarkable Man Alive!'
  20. Mathematician, master of world puzzles, writer
  21. U.S. Senator from Louisiana (1937-1972)
  22. {1927-1975} Baseball Hall of Famer.Was named MVP of the American League in 1959.Played in 13 All-Star games
  23. WW2 Ace with 21 victories.
  24. Actor
  25. Supreme Allied Commander Europe (1974-1979); Secretary of State (1981-1982)
  26. Major League Baseball Player from the 1940's
  27. U.S. Senator from Hawaii (1963-2012); WWII Congressional of Medal of Honor - Featured in Ken Burns' 'The War'
  28. Featherweight Bxer 1933-1950
  29. Author, historian
  30. Singer/Musician
  31. newsmaker, Former ambassador to UN under Reagan
  32. sec. of the interior ford
  33. navy admiral
  34. Singer
  35. football executive
  36. Secretary of Interior under Ford
  37. motorcycle racing rider
  38. Attorney & Democratic U.S. representative and U.S. senator from Louisiana. His committee memberships Appropriations, Manufactures, Commerce, & Irrigation & Reclamation.
  39. Football hall of famer
  40. U.S. Senator from Wisconsin (1957-1989)
  41. Secretary of State 1969-1973
  42. journalist writer
  43. Basketball player from 1958 - 1966
  44. Former Secretary of Defense under President Nixon
  45. Actor - 6 Tarzan films ('55-'60 - as Tarzan), Duel Of The Titans '61, Goliath & The Vampires, Goliath & The Rebel Slave (Goliath in both), Zorro & Mask Of The Musketeers (Zorro), Hercules & The Princess Of Troy, Conquest Of Mycene (Hercules in both)
  46. News Anchor
  47. U.S. Senator from Wyoming (1995-2007)
  48. Former EPA Administrator (1973-1977)
  49. Hall of Fame Pro Football Player
  50. Author, part of Family who inspired
  51. An American ornithologist and avian paleontologist; Secretary of the Smithosonian (1944-1952)
  52. Former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles