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  1. Radio Comedian1930's - 1950's
  2. Author
  3. American actor active from 1907-1956
  4. Billy Bishop  (2)
    Leading canadian ace in WW1. shot down 72 planes
  5. Pulitzer Prize-winning author and conservationist
  6. Singer/Musician
  7. Speedskating - 1968, '72, '76 Olympics
  8. Author
  9. American racecar driver
  10. Band leader during the Big Band era of the '30's and '40's
  11. 12/2/1884-12/30/1956 American actress, dramatist & noted diseuse specialized in character-driven monologues & monodrama. Her best known pieces include The Italian Lesson, Three Women & Mr. Clifford, Doctors and Diets, and A Church in Italy
  12. Former Governor of New Jersey and US Senator
  13. Baltimore Orioles catcher 1955-56
  14. Early Theater Actor/Robinson Crusoe, Jr. [Musical, Extravaganza, Original] Performer: Mabel Hill [Chorus] Feb 17, 1916 - Jun 10, 1916
  15. Tommy Johnson  (2)
    Blues musician
  16. Actor - Capt. January (title role), Babbitt (title role), Mr. Smith-Washington, 42nd St., Gold Diggers-'33, Footlight Parade, Babes In Arms, Dames, Rain, Capt. Blood, Our Town, Its A Wonderful World, Little Lord Fauntleroy, Miss Annie Rooney, 3 Godfathers
  17. Baseball Player
  18. Historical Actor best known for role of Dracula in 1930's hit
  19. Canadian Football Player
  20. Actor; Talking & Silent Films; The Life of Emile Zola (1937)The Kennel Murder Case (1933)Madame X (1916)
  21. John Myers  (2)
    U.S. Representative from Indiana (1967-1997)
  22. voice of Bluto on Popeye
  23. Author
  24. Football Player
  25. Special Effects. Worked on It's A Wonderful Life
  26. Actor, stage director, set designer & lighting designer in musical theatre directed over 50 Broadway & West End shows between 1920 and 1953. One of Broadway's greatest directors & lighting designers' Groundbreaking director & choreographer
  27. Al Simmons  (2)
    Major League Baseball Player 1924-1944, Hall of Fame member, Philadelphia Athletics, Chicago White Sox, Detroit Tigers, Washington Senators, Boston Braves, Cincinnati Reds, Boston Red Sox. 2x batting champ, .334 lifetime average
  28. Actress
  29. Singer/Musician