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Know Your Dicks!
How many of them do you know?
Richard Nixon
Dick Cheney
Richard Chamberlain
Dick Martin
Andy Dick
Angie Dickinson
Dick York
Richard Petty
Dick Sargent
Dick Smothers
Richard Burton
Richard Benjamin
Richard Dreyfuss
Congressman Dick Gephardt
Richard Gere
Richard Harris
Rich Little
Richard Boone
Little Richard
Richard Wagner
Dick van Patton
Richard the Third
Richard Simmons
Admiral Richard Byrd
Clara Blandick
Dick Trickle
Dick Van Dyke
Moby Dick
Richard the Lion-Hearted
Dick Cavett
Dick Clark
Charles Dickens
James Dickey
Emily Dickinson
Dick Gregory
Ricardo Montalban
Ricky Nelson
Richard Pryor
Ricky Ricardo
Richard Strauss
Dick Butkus
Richard Roundtree
A Dickie
Richard Marx
Dick Dastardly
Dick Deadeye
Dickie Moore
Renee Richards
Keith Richards
Richard Dawson
Denise Richards
Richie Rich
Richie Rich
Richard Feynman
Dorthea Dix
Richard Leakey
Otto Dix
Richie Cunningham
Michael Richards
Dick Dale
Richard Moll
Richard Crenna
Richard Lewis
Hazel Dickens
Dick Powell
Dick Solomon
Dick King-Smith
Dick Turpin
Richard Kiel
Poor Richards Almanack
Dick Durbin
Ralph Richardson
Richard Attenborough
Richard Jaeckel
Richard Dix
Richard Kiley
Dick Francis
Richard Starkey Jr.
Ritchie Valens
Rick Dees
Dr. Richard Kimble
Dr. Richard Kimble
Richie Havens
Richard Speck
Richard Greene
Rich Trethewey
Buddy Rich Buddy Rich
Rev. Bob Richards
Richard A. Loeb
Richard Virenque
Dick Schapp
Richard S. Schweiker
Rick James
Rich Rodriguez
Richard Avedon
Dick and DeeDee
Ricky Martin
Dick Smith
Little Jimmy Dickens
Richard Tyler
Rick Moranis
Rikki Lake
Richard Thomas
Dick Haymes
Ricky Lee Jones
Charlie Dick
Richard Widmark
Dick Grayson
Paul Richards
Phillip K. Dick
Dick Whittington
Dick O'Neill
Dick Lexic
Sergent Dick
Cliff Richard
Rick Blaine
The Great Dictator
Richard D. Zanuck
The Dictator
Kinky (Richard, 'Big Dick') Friedman
Mary Richards
Richard Carpenter
Rick Springfield
Richard Ramirez
Richard Dean Anderson
Dick Enberg
Richard Buckminster Fuller
Richard Dysart
Richard Mulligan
Richard Egan
Ranger Rick
Rick Cerone
Rick Wakeman
Richard Masur
Charlie Rich
Richard Fish
Wendy Richards
Rick Astley
Cyril Ritchard
J.R. Richard
Richard Hoagland
Richard Bach
Maurice Richard
Elliot Richardson
Frigate Bonhomme Richard
Deadwood Dick
Stephen "Richard Bachman" King
Richard Schiff
Benjamin Franklin
Spotted Dick
Richard Bong
Tim Allen Dick
Patricia Richardson
Richard Karn
Dick Fosbury
Richard Hooker
Richard Herd
Dick's Sporting Goods
Richard Charles Suehr
Deadeye Dick - Vonnegut
Dick Dean
Dick Miles
Richard Robarts
Dick Tiger
George Dickle
MASH - Richard Hooker
Richard Grasso
Richard Helms
Dick Test
Bruce Dickinson
Richie Sambora
Rick Barry
Mayor Richard J. Daley
Mayor Richard M. Daley
Richard Lester
Rich Man, Poor Man
Ragged Dick
Dick Button
Dick Vitale
Dixie Chicks
Richard Anderson
Richie Hebner
Dick Tracy
Dick Tracy
Fearless Fosdick
Dick Locher
Ariana Clarice Richards
Richard Belzer
Kim Richards
Joseph Dixon
Ann Richards
Eddie Rickebacker
Hyman Rickover
Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company
Richard Rodgers
A.B.Dick Company
Dick Blick
Richard Morris Hunt
Mason-Dixon Line
W.C. Fields
Dick Shawn
Dick Armey
Dick Rutan
Dick Rossi
Dick Durock
Dick Grayson
Dick Grayson
Dick Grayson
Dick Grayson
Dick Grayson
Richard Truly
Dick Groat
Dickey Day Use Area
Sir Richard Francis Burton
Cappy Dick
DD-664 USS Richard P. Leary
Richard (Dick) O'Leary
Richard Basehart
DIK Fraternity
Richard Roeper
Richard Farnsworth
Dickie Roberts
Sergeant Preston
Richard 'Boner' Stabone
Ricky Skaggs
Mordecai Richler
Rick Schroder
Richard Trevithick
Richard Cheese
Richard Cromwell
Richard II
Sir Richard Steele
Dickie Goodman
Richard Kline
Winn Dixie
Wally Cox
  If you must be a Dick... be a famous Dick.
Total Dicks: 242


1A - Richard Nixon
(1913-1994) Thirty-seventh president of the United States, and vice president under Dwight Eisenhower. Nicknamed "Tricky Dicky".

1B - Richard B. (Dick) Cheney
(1941- ) Vice president of the United States, former U.S. representative, and former secretary of defense.

1C - Richard Chamberlain
(1935- ) Television actor; born in Los Angeles, Calif. Gained great popularity as the lead in Dr. Kildare (1961-66). Assumed the role as a romantic leading man in television films and mini-series including Shogun (1980), The Thorn Birds (1983), and The Bourne Identity (1988).

1D - Dick Martin
Comedian; Partner with Dan Rowen as hosts of the late 1960's-early 1970's television show "Rowen & Martin's Laugh-In".

1E - Andy Dick
Comedian; A Chicago native and former student of Del Close at Second City, Andy Dick is probably best known as neurotic reporter Matthew on NBC's comedy series "News Radio." His film credits include Ted, In the Army Now, Best Men, The Cable Guy, Reality Bites, and Inspector Gadget.

1F - Angie Dickinson
(1931- ) Actress. Memorable roles include those in (1980) and the television series "Police Woman" for which she received an Emmy nomination in 1974.


2A2 - Dick York
(1928-1992) Television actor; best remembered as Darrin Stephens (number 1) in the TV show Bewitched from 1964-1969

2B2 - Richard Petty
The King of NASCAR racing. Between winning his first race at the long gone Charlotte Speedway in 1960, and running his last race at the Atlanta Motor Speedway in 1992, he saw this sport grow from dirt tracks to the most popular form of motor sports in America today.

2C2 - Dick Sargent
(1930-1994) Television actor; best remembered as Darrin Stephens (number 2) in the TV show Bewitched. To prepare viewers for the switch, ABC ran all of the shows in which Dick York did not appear during the summer 1969.

2D2 - Dick Smothers
(1937- ) Tom and Dick Smothers - Folk musicians/comedians. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour (1967-69) was a critical success, but their politically satiric skits were frequently cut by CBS and their show ended when Tom complained publicly.

2E2 - Richard Burton
(1925-1984) Actor. Born Richard Walter Jenkins, Jr. in Pontrhydyfen, Wales. He is best known for his Shakespearean stage performances, his commanding voice and stage presence, and for his collaborations with actress Elizabeth Taylor, whom he married twice.

2F2 - Richard Benjamin
Best known for his characterizations of two Philip Roth characters, in "Goodbye Columbus" (1969) and "Portnoy's Complaint" (1972) Acting highlights include "Catch-22" (1970) and "The Sunshine Boys" (1975). Made a promising directorial debut with "My Favorite Year" (1982), a comic look at the early days of TV featuring Peter O'Toole.


3A3 - Richard Dreyfuss
(1947- ) US film actor; After working on Broadway and in repertory, he gained attention with his roles in Dillinger (1973) and American Graffiti (1973). He became well known following his performances in Jaws (1975), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), and The Goodbye Girl (1977, Oscar).

3B3 - Congressman Richard Andrew "Dick" Gephardt
(1941- ) A lawyer and Democratic alderman in St. Louis, Mo., he went to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1977. He ran for the Democratic nomination as president in 1986, losing to Michael Dukakis, and served as house majority leader (1989-95).

3C3 - Richard Gere
(1949- ) Actor. Born August 31, 1949, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Gere's status as a movie idol heartthrob is assured by his performances in , An Officer and a Gentleman, Pretty Woman, and Runaway Bride. In his latest film, Unfaithful, Gere plays a wronged husband whose wife becomes involved with an unstable lover.

3D3 - Richard Harris
(1932-2002) Actor, writer, singer, director; Born in Limerick, Ireland he agreed to take the part of Albus Dumbledor in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) after his 11 year-old granddaughter threatened never to speak to him again if he didn't.

3E3 - Rich Little
Impressionist, singer, comedian and actor of stage, film and television, Rich Little is master mimic of over 200 voices.

3F3 - Richard Boone
(1917-1981) From 1957 through 1963, Boone portrayed Paladin, erudite western soldier of fortune, on the popular western series Have Gun, Will Travel. His unique TV anthology series The Richard Boone Show featured a cast of eleven regulars who appeared in different parts each week.


4A4 - Little Richard
(1932- ) Rock musician. Born Richard Wayne Penniman. In 1955 he cut a rock & roll version of an old filler song, "Tutti-Frutti," adding his wild falsetto voice and manic piano playing. This breakthrough single sold three million copies and paved the way for his influential rock & roll career.

4B4 - Richard (Wilhelm) Wagner
(1813-1883) Composer, born in Leipzig, Germany. His early efforts at composition were unsuccessful, but in 1853 he began to write Das Rheingold (The Rhinegold), followed by Die Walkuere (The Valkyries) and the first two acts of Siegfried (1857). He started the now famous theatre at Bayreuth, in 1876.

4C4 - Dick van Patton
(1928- ) Actor. Patriarchal Tom Bradford in the TV series Eight is Enough (1977-81).

4D4 - Richard the Third
(1452-1485) King of England 1483 - Succeeded his brother Edward IV after his nephews were declared illegitimate by Parliament. The "evil" Richard III is based on Sir Thomas Moore's work whose reputation as a saint and martyr has much to do with history's acceptance.

E4 - Richard Simmons
(1948- ) Fitness guru. A severely overweight child, he overcame obesity and successfully marketed his image to the public, while writing self-help books, creating the "Deal-A-Meal" food maintenance program, and producing the Sweatin' to the Oldies line of exercise videos.

4F4 - Admiral Richard Byrd
(1888-1957) Aviator and explorer; In 1926, he and his co-pilot Floyd Bennett made the first flight over the North Pole. Both received the Congressional Medal of Honour for the feat. In his Antarctic expedition of 1928-30, he established the Little America base, and made the first flight over the South Pole.


5A5 - Clara Blandick
(1881-1962) a character actress; (Real name: Clara Dickey) She is best remembered as Auntie Em in 'The Wizard of Oz' (1939). Suffering from severe arthritis and impending blindness, she fixed her hair, dressed up in her best outfit, placed her favourite photos and memorabilia around her room and sadly left this world by overdosing on sleeping tablets.

B5 - Dick Trickle
(1941- ) NASCAR driver; Born in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. NASCAR Winston Cup Rookie of the Year (1989, age 48), NASCAR Winston Open Winner 1990, 1997 and 1998 voted by fans as NASCAR Winston Cup's 4th Most Popular Driver, Selected test driver for International Race of Champions "IROC" nine consecutive years 1991-1999.

5C - Dick Van Dyke
(1925- ) Actor. Co-starred in the 1960 Broadway musical Bye, Bye, Birdie. Well known as Rob Petrie on the The Dick Van Dyke Show which ran until 1966 and was a fundamental step towards the modern notion of a TV sitcom. He appeared as Burt the Chimney Sweep in the classic 1964 Disney musical Mary Poppins, opposite Julie Andrews.

5D - Moby Dick-the great white whale
Written by Herman Melville (1819-1891) in 1851, Moby-Dick, the allegorical adventure of Captain Ahab and the white whale which Melville dedicated to Nathaniel Hawthorne, is now regarded as one of the great masterpieces of world literature.

5E - Richard the Lion-Hearted
(1157-1199) RICHARD I - King of England from 1189 to 1199, Richard was called "Lionheart" (in French, Coeur de Lion) for his fighting skill and bravery. Often has been portrayed heroically in literature, most famously in Sir Walter Scott's book Ivanhoe, in which he is assisted by the outlaw Robin Hood.

F5 - Dick Cavett
(1936- ) Television host. Originally a comedy writer, he hosted ABC television's late night show (1969-74). Despite critical acclaim, he ran third in the ratings behind Johnny Carson and Merv Griffin. Subsequently he attracted a loyal following with The Dick Cavett Show on WNET, New York City's Public television station (1977-82).


6A - Dick Clark
(1929- ) Entertainer, media personality. Host of American Bandstand for more than 30 years. He introduced rock 'n' roll via television to a generation of teenaged Americans while reassuring parents that the music would not lead their children to perdition. He remains active after nearly half a century in broadcasting.

6B - Charles Dickens
(1812-1870) Novelist. Dickens worked relentlessly, producing several successful novels which created a Shakespearean gallery of characters. His novels include Oliver Twist, Nicholas Nickleby, and The Old Curiosity Shop, David Copperfield, Bleak House, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations.

6C - James Dickey
(1923-1997) Poet, writer; born in Atlanta, Ga. He is known for his metaphysical poetry, as in Buckdancer's Choice (1965), and his award-winning novel, Deliverance (1970).

6D - Emily Dickinson
(1830-1886) Poet. Born December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts, the eldest daughter of Edward Dickinson—a successful lawyer, member of Congress, and for many years treasurer of Amherst College—and Emily Norcross Dickinson.

6E - Dick Gregory
(1932- ) Comedian, civil rights activist, nutritionist. Known for his ground-breaking use of socially conscious racial humor, Gregory overcame his origins in extreme poverty to become the first African-American comedian to perform for white audiences.

6F - Ricardo Montalban
(1920- ) Actor; Latin leading man in Hollywood movies of the 50s and 60s. Television viewers remember him as Mr. Roarke, the mysterious host of Fantasy Island (1978-1984), and as the pitchman for the "rich Corinthian leather" of Chrysler Cordobas. Montalban also played creepy superdude Khan, Captain Kirk's nemesis in Star Trek.


7A - Ricky Nelson
(1940-1985) Popular singer; He sang on his parents' television show, The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. In the 50s and 60s his hits were regularly on the radio. After a decline in his popularity, his single, "Garden Party" (1972), sold over a million copies. He died in a plane crash.

7B - Richard Pryor
(1940- ) Comedian, actor, screenwriter, producer. Pryor received notoriety for his distinct style and delivery, which set him apart from other comedians. In 1977, at the pinnacle of his stardom, Pryor endured a heart attack triggered by his cocaine abuse. In 1986, Pryor publicly conceded that he suffered from multiple sclerosis.

7C - Ricky Ricardo - character
Cuban bandleader, actor; Desi Arnaz, Lucille Ball's real-life husband, played her TV husband on I Love Lucy (1951). In its six-year run, the show never ranked lower than third in the Nielsen ratings-it was No. 1 for four of those years and won over 200 awards, including five Emmys.

7D - Richard Strauss
(1864-1949) Composer, born in Munich, Germany. He is best known for his symphonic poems, such as Also sprach Zarathustra (1895-6, Thus Spoke Zarathustra) which was used as the theme for the movie 2001: A Space Odyessy.

7E - Dick Butkus
(1942 - ) Football player, born in Chicago, Illinois, USA. An aggressive, 245-pound linebacker, he was chosen All-America at the University of Illinois (1963-4) and All-NFL (National Football League) seven times in nine years with the Chicago Bears (1965-73).

7F - Richard Roundtree
Actor; Made his name as the smooth title character in the classic action film "Shaft" (1971), which while not exactly a blaxploitation movie itself, spawned a generation of them. He starred in two sequels-"Shaft's Big Score" (1972) and "Shaft in Africa" (1973)-as well as a CBS TV series, "Shaft" (1973-74).


8A - A Dickie
A piece of apparel popular during the late sixties which was worn around the neck, much like an ascot, under a shirt or jacket giving the appearance of a turtleneck. AKA mock turtleneck.

8B - Richard Marx
(1963- ) Singer, songwriter; His first single, "Don't Mean Nothing," and his self-titled debut album kicked off his career as a solo artist in 1987. Beyond his success as a singer/songwriter, he has earned a reputation as a sought-after producer.

8C - Dick Dastardly
Cartoon character from The Wacky Races (1968) The evil villian, with his sometimes faithful companion, Muttley, would go to any length to win the race by cheating with the most ridiculous schemes imaginable. He of course, never won.

8D - Dick Deadeye - charcter
Character of an Able Seaman in the Gilbert and Sullivan opera "H.M.S. Pinafore". First produced at the Opera Comique on May 25, 1878. Sings the song "Kind Captain, I've important information"

8E - Dickie Moore
(1925- ) Actor; One of the Little Rascals. Currently lives in New York. Today, Dick Moore has his own Public Relations firm.

8F - Renč Richards / Richard Raskind
A truly unique tennis player. Raskind, a nationally ranked men's player, underwent a sex-change operation and, as Renč Richards, played from 1977 to 1981, achieving a ranking in the low 20's. After his/her playing career ended, she coached Martina Navratilova, arguably the greatest player in the history of women's tennis.


9A - Keith Richards
Musician; A rekindled friendship with Mick Jagger (they were sandbox mates) and a mutual love of American blues led to the formation, in 1962, of a band called the Rolling Stones. Richards' edgy guitar style set the band apart, and once he and Jagger discovered that they could actually write songs, there was no stopping them.

9B - Richard Dawson
(1932- ) Actor; Game Show Host; played Corporal Newkirk in the World War II sitcom Hogan's Heroes (1965). appeared in Laugh-In and the game show Match Game before taking what became his signature job: wisecracking, contestant-kissing host of the game show Family Feud.

9C - Denise Richards
(1971- ) Model, Actress; Best known as fresh-scrubbed and big-lipped heartthrob pilot Carmen Ibanez in the sci-fi war film Starship Troopers (1997). Shared a kiss with Neve Campbell in Wild Things (1998) and starred as Christmas Jones in the The World Is Not Enough (1999).

9D - Richie Rich - Comic book character
Richie Rich, the poor little rich boy (a.k.a. the Richest Kid in the World) made his debut as a backup feature in "Little Dot", in 1953. In 1994, Macaulay Culkin starred in the live-action version of "Richie Rich". Along with Casper, Richie Rich is Harvey Comic's most memorable and enduring character.

9E - Macaulay Culkin
(1980-) In 1994, Macaulay Culkin starred in the live-action version of "Richie Rich", the poor little rich boy (a.k.a. the Richest Kid in the World) a comic book character. He was paid $8 million - the highest salary ever paid for a child star.

9F - Richard Feynman
(1918-1988) Physicist. Was a key player in the development of the atomic bomb at Los Alamos, New Mexico, where he worked with some of the greatest physicists of the 20th century, including Bohr, Fermi and Oppenheimer. His work on quantum electrodynamics led to his sharing the Nobel Prize for physics in 1965.


10A - Dorthea Dix
(1802-1887) A noted social reformer. The Union's Superintendent of Female Nurses during the Civil War. She convinced skeptical military officials, unaccustomed to female nurses, that women could perform the work acceptably, and then recruited women. Called "Dragon Dix" by some.

10B - Richard Leakey
(1944- ) Palaeoanthropologist. Son of L.S.B. and Mary Leakey. From an early age worked in the field with his parents, and archaeologist Glynn Isaac, discovering crania of Australopithecus boisei (1969), Homo habilis (1972), and Homo erectus (1975).

10C - Otto Dix
(1891-1969) German Expressionist Painter

10D - Richie Cunningham - character
Ron Howard (1954- ) Actor, director, producer. Played the role of Richie Cunningham, a charmingly innocent boy-next-door, on ABC's Happy Days. The show, set in the '50s, was an incredible success, capturing thirty percent of its evening's viewing audience.

10E - Michael Richards
Actor; With a gift for manic, restless, physical comedy, Richards' portrayal of Kramer, Jerry Seinfeld's neighbor on the sitcom "Seinfeld" (NBC, 1989-98), helped elevate the proceedings to the plane of the believably absurd.

10F - Dick Dale
"The King of the Surf Guitars" Dale's 1961 West Coast hit, "Let's Go Trippin,'" released two months before the Beach Boys' "Surfin," is considered the beginning of the Sixties surf music craze. Dick Dale invented surf music in the 1950's.


11A - Richard Moll
(1943- ) Actor; 6 foot 8 inch Richard Moll is probably best recognized from his role as the bald-headed bailiff Nostradamus "Bull" Shannon on the TV sitcom Night Court. Moll toured the country in a stage production of the Lincoln/Douglas debates, and his performance has been hailed as the "definitive" Abraham Lincoln.

11B - Richard Crenna
Actor; A squeaky-voiced juvenile on radio serials, he moved to adult roles on TV as Luke in "The Real McCoys" (1957-63). Films include "Wait Until Dark" (1967), and "First Blood" (1982) as Colonel Trautman, Rambo's Green Beret mentor. In "Hot Shots! Part Deux" (1993) he spoofs Trautman.

11C - Richard Lewis
Energetic, idiosyncratic American stand-up comedian and actor who terms himself "a neurotic Jewish guy from New Jersey".

11D - Hazel Dickens
Appalachian singer-songwriter. Songs: "Working Girl Blues," "Black Lung," and "West Virginia, My Home," Her music became more widely known through the movie Harlan County, U.S.A. and live performance of songs in Matewan.

11E - Dick Powell
(1904 -1963) Actor, singer, director, producer. Paired by Busby Berkeley with actress Ruby Keeler they were cinema's most popular romantic couple. Known for his portrayal of private detective Philip Marlowe in Murder, My Sweet (1944).

11F - Dick Solomon - character
John Lithgow (1945 - ) Third Rock From The Sun is a TV show about a group of explorers that came to earth. Here they take human form. Dick Solomon, their High Commander, is a physics teacher at an Ohio University.


12A - Dick King-Smith
Author. Born in Gloucestershire, England. Among his well-loved books is Babe, The Gallant Pig, which was recently made into a major motion picture, and was nominated for an Academy Award.

12B - Dick Turpin
(1706-1739) Robber, smuggler, housebreaker, highwayman, and horse thief in England. Was hanged at York for murder. In 1676 is said to have robbed a sailor 4 am, and to have made a legendary ride from London to York by 7:45 pm to establish an "alibi'. Shown riding Black Bess, his horse.

12C - Richard Kiel
(1939- ) Actor; Born in Detroit, Michigan, USA. Height 7' 2". He is best known for playing Jaws, a giant and seemingly unstoppable assassin with steel teeth who battled James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.

12D - Dick
(1950's) From the Dick & Jane series of childhood reading primers.

12E - Poor Richards Almanack
Printed at intervals from 1733 through 1758, this bright, lively, and sly almanac contained agricultural predictions, charts of the moon's phases, and, in Benjamin Franklin's words, "entertaining remarks."

12F - Dick Durbin
(1944- ) Richard J. Durbin, a Democrat, is the 47th U.S. senator from the State of Illinois and the first Illinois senator to serve on the powerful U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee in more than a quarter of a century.


13A - Ralph Richardson
(1902-1983) Actor; came out of the Old Vic to become one of England's stage royalty, alongside Guinness, Olivier, and his dear friend John Gielgud. He preferred to work in the theater, but made enough movies to leave us generous cinematic samples of his genius.

13B - Richard Attenborough
(1923- ) Actor, Director, Producer; 1982: Directed and produced Gandhi; film won 8 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director. He was named Commander of the British Empire in 1967.

13C - Richard Jaeckel
(1926-1997) Character actor; Short, solidly built, with light-colored, usually close-cropped hair and a boyish face he's portrayed good guys, bad guys, cops, soldiers, astronauts, gangsters, juvenile delinquents, and Western heavies.

13D - Richard Dix
(1893-1949) Actor; Richard Dix was a major leading man at RKO Radio Pictures from 1929 through 1943. He appeared in the "Whistler" series of mystery films at Columbia in the mid 1940's.

13E - Richard Kiley
(1922-1999) Actor; Best known for his Broadway portrayal of Don Quixote in Man of La Mancha, a role that won him a Tony Award. His trademark baritone was so famous that Steven Spielberg cast it as the official voice of the Jurassic Park tram.

13F - Dick Francis
(1920- ) Author; Richard Stanley Francis has had three main careers: Air Force pilot and airframe fitter (during the war years), jockey and novelist. His 36th novel, 10 Lb. Penalty, was published in the U.S. by G.P. Putnam's Sons in September 1997.


14A - Richard Starkey Jr.
(1940- ) Musician; better known as Ringo Starr, drummer for the Beatles.

14B - Ritchie Valens
(1941-1959) Musician; Mexican-Amercan singer known for his hits 'Come On Let's Go', "Donna" and "La Bamba'. Died in a a plane crash with Buddy Holly and "The Big Bopper" (J P Richardson).

14C - Rick Dees Rick
A local Memphis singer he made an amazing multi-million hit 45 with "Disco Duck". For the past 20 years he has been and remains a tremendously popular radio personality, heard each weekday morning on KIIS-FM (102.7) in Los Angeles, California.

14D - Dr. Richard Kimble
character from the television series The Fugitive (1963-1967) played by David Jansson (1931-1980). Kimball had been wrongfully convicted of his wife's murder but escaped and was trying to find the real killer- "the one-armed man."

14E - Dr. Richard David Kimball
character from the movie The Fugitive (1993) played by Harrison Ford (1942- ). Kimball had been wrongfully convicted of his wife's murder but escaped and was trying to find the real killer- "the one-armed man."

14F - Richie Havens
(1941- ) musician, actor, poet, artist; As the Woodstock Festival's opening act, he held the multitudes spellbound for nearly three hours. Called back for yet another encore, he improvised a song based on the spiritual "Motherless Child" that became "Freedom" which eventually reached an audience of millions.


15A - Richard Speck
(1941- ) Speck was ultimately prosecuted - and is known today - for the final spasm of violence that claimed eight lives in a single massacre, but evidence suggests that there were actually a dozen victims, murdered in a three-month period of 1966.

15B - Richard Greene
(1918-1985) Actor; He became very famous as the title-role star of the long-running British TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood, which was syndicated world-wide.

15C - Rich Trethewey
Plumbing & Heating Expert; For more than twenty years, Richard Trethewey has been an integral part of the This Old House team on PBS. Richard is the third-longest series member after Russell Morash, the show's creator, and master carpenter Norm Abram.

15D - Buddy Rich - Comic book character
Richie Rich, the poor little rich boy (a.k.a. the Richest Kid in the World) made his debut as a backup feature in "Little Dot", in 1953. In 1994, Macaulay Culkin starred in the live-action version of "Richie Rich". Along with Casper, Richie Rich is Harvey Comic's most memorable and enduring character.

15E - Rev. Bob Richards
(1926-) An ordained minister, known as the Vaulting Vicar, he was the second man to pole vault 15 feet and the first athlete to appear on the front of the Wheaties box. Winner of two Olympic gold medals in the pole vault, the first in 1952.

15F - Richard A. Loeb
(1905-1936) In 1924, Nathan Leopold and Loeb, kidnapped and murdered a fourteen-year-old, Robert Franks. They confessed they had done it for the exhilaration of planning and executing "the perfect crime." Defended brilliantly by Clarence Darrow but convicted.


16A - Richard Virenque
(1969- ) French professional cyclist; In 2002, winner of the 14 2nd stage of the Turn of Lodève France - Ventoux Mount In 2001, 4th Turn of Lombardy, Winner of Paris-Turns, 2nd Andorra - Port Ventured (13th turn of Spain), and 3rd with critérium of Montpon-Very (the Dordogne).

16B - Dick Schapp
(1934-2001) Sports commentator; Host of ESPN show ''The Sports Reporters'', author of more than 30 books, won three sports Emmy Awards for his work on ESPN and three more Emmys for features on ABC's ''20/20'' and ABC's ''World News Tonight,'' where he worked for 20 years.

16C - Richard S. Schweiker
(1926- ) Politician, Pennsylvania. House of Representatives, in 1960, 1962, 1964, and 1966. U.S. Senate in 1968 and 1974. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan appointed Mr. Schweiker Secretary for the Department of Health and Human Services, a position he held until 1983.

16D - Rick James
1952- ) Musician; Unparalleled funk hit maker, compared to Prince and George Clinton due to his creativity and prolificacy. Sidelined by personal issues and upstaged by the very DJs and rappers who frequently sampled his works, including M.C. Hammer, whose "U Can't Touch This" was merely a rap over a loop of "Super Freak."

16E - Rich Rodriguez
(1963- ) Baseball player; M#44 Texas Rangers

16F - Richard Avedon
(1923- ) Photographer; 1957 Visual consultant for the film Funny Face, with Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, based on Avedon's career. 1958 Popular Photography declared him one of the World's Ten Greatest Photographers. 1966-90 photographer for Harper's Bazaar and Vogue,


17A - Dick and Dee
Dick St. John and DeeDee Sperling. Best known songs include "The Mountain's High" (1961) and "Thou Shalt Not Steal" (1965). A difficult-to-categorize male-female duo from L.A., Dick Dee Dee had pretty fair success with material that drew from doo wop, teen idol fare, pop, and even soul/RB in the first half of the 1960s.

17B - Ricky Martin
(1971- ) Musician; Enrique Martin IV was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Best known songs include: "Livin' La Vida Loca" (the single with the highest #1 sales figures in Columbia Records' history), "She's All I Ever Had" and "Shake Your Bon-Bon."

17C - Dick Smith
Theatrical makeup artist; Movies include Cyrano de Bergerac (1949 - Jose Ferrar), Little Big Man (1969 - 121 year-old Dustin Hoffman), Mark Twain Tonight (1967) EMMY AWARD) The Godfather (1971 - aging Brando), The Exorcist (1973) - first "special make-up effects" credit and Taxi Driver (1975).

17D - Little Jimmy Dickens
(1920- ) Musician; born in West Virginia, began performing at 15 and joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1948. His first record, "Take an Old Cold Tater," became the first of many hits for the 4' 11" entertainer. In 1965 became one of the first artists to take a country road show around the world. Elected to the Hall of Fame in 1983.

17E - Richard Tyler
(1946- ) Fashion designer; In 1987, Tyler met Lisa Trafficante, who would become his wife and business partner. Together they founded Tyler Trafficante, Inc. Widely known as the designer of choice for celebreties to wear to award shows and other functions. Launched Richard Tyler Bride in 1999.

17F - Rick Moranis
(1953- ) Actor, comedian; Born In Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Moranis and Dave Thomas created the characters Bob and Doug McKenzie, as an SCTV skit "The Great White North" featured two dim witted brothers who combined as many negative Canadian stereotypes as possible.


18A - Rikki Lake
TV Host; The sweetheart of Generation X talk TV tapes the "Rikki Lake Show" out of WWOR"s studios on 38th Street and Fifth Avenue.

18B - Richard Thomas
(1951- ) Actor; Making his first Broadway appearance in Sunrise at Campobello (1958), the wide-eyed, mole-cheeked, sensitive-looking Thomas soon found himself very much in demand for television roles. Best known as John-Boy Walton the weekly series The Waltons (1972-81), he earned a 1973 Emmy for his performance.

18C - Dick Haymes
(1916-1980) Actor; One of the most popular male vocalists of the forties, often considered to have the best baritone voice of the Twentieth Century. Hollywood's Balladeer Supreme, he was the personification of the smooth, romantic singing leading man on the silver screen.

18D - Ricky Lee Jones
(1955- ) Musician; Jazz vocalist. Nominated for Grammies for: best record, best pop vocal, best rock vocal, best song (Last Chance Texaco), best new artist. Wins Grammy for Best New Artist 1979.

18E - Charlie Dick
(1934- ) Married Virginia P. H. Cline (Patsy Cline) on Sunday, September 15, 1957 , with whom he had two children. (the Cline came from her first marriage, to Gerald Cline). On March 5, 1963, Patsy Cline, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Cowboy Copas and Randy Hughes lost their lives in a plane crash.

18F - Richard Widmark
(1914- ) Actor; Unforgettable in his screen debut (in 1947's 'Kiss of Death') as Tommy Udo, a psychopathic mob hit-man, who giggles gleefully even as he sends a wheelchair-bound old woman tumbling down a long stairway to her demise. Widmark starred in his own TV series in 1972, "Madigan".


19A - D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. Brewery
Founded in 1829 D. G. Yuengling & Son is officially recognized as America's Oldest Brewery. The Yuengling family has declined buyout offers from industry giants such as Anheuser-Busch. President and CEO Dick Yuengling is active in the Republican Party.

19B - Paul William Richards
(1964- ) NASA Astronaut (former) Richards flew on STS-102 and has logged over 307 hours in space, including 6.4 EVA hours. He was assigned as a back-up crewmember for ISS Expedition-7. Richards retired from NASA in February 2002 to pursue private interests.

19C - Philip Kindred Dick
(1928-1982) Author; a major figure in modern science fiction. Several of his works have been filmed - "We Can Remember It for You Wholesale" became Total Recall, "Second Variety" became Screamers, an opera has been based on "Valis", and "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep" became Bladerunner.

19D - Dick Whittington
(c 1350-1423) The legend: a poor boy gave his cat to the captain of a sailing voyage to sell. Arriving in a foreign land where the king's court was overrun by rats the cat killed or drove out all the rats. In thanks the king paid a huge sum of gold to buy the cat. Dick was now a very wealthy man and eventually became Lord Mayor of London.

19E - Dick O'Neill
(1928-1998) Actor; Cagney & Lacey (1982) as Charlie Cagney; Dharma & Greg (1997), Murder, She Wrote (1984), Night Court (1984), Cheers (1982), Facts of Life (1979), Diff'rent Strokes (1978), CHiPs (1977), Maude (1972), M*A*S*H (1972), Barney Miller (1975), Good Times (1974), Sanford and Son (1972), Car 54, Where Are You? (1961)

19F - Dick Lexic - character
A character in a series of posters available from


20A - Sergeant Dick
Sergeant Dick of the Royal Mounted Police. A Thrilling Story of the Canadian Woods by John G. Rowe. Cupples & Leon Co. NY, 1929. Frontpiece has Dick rescuing a beautiful maid tied to a tree.

20B - Cliff Richard
(1940- ) Musician; Harry Rodger Webb has been a musical icon for more than four decades. In 1958, his raw teenage energy established him as Europe's first rock 'n' roll star. 41 years and a staggering 250 million record sales later, Cliff continues to delight his fans with new music and spectacular live performances.

20C - Richard 'Rick' Blaine - character
Owner of Rick's Cafe Americain in the movie Casablanca (1942). Played by Humphrey Bogart (1899-1957)

20D - The Great Dictator
(1940) dir. Charlie Chaplin Chaplin's first full talkie; an unusual comedy that combines slapstick, satire, and social commentary, as Chaplin plays the dual roles of Jewish ghetto barber and dictator Adenoid Hynkel of Tomania.

20E - Richard D. Zanuck
(1934 -) American producer; The son of illustrious production executive Darryl F. Zanuck, co-founded a company with David Brown. Among the Zanuck-Brown company's top-grossing films are The Sting (1973), Jaws (1975), Cocoon (1985), Driving Miss Daisy (1989), and Deep Impact (1998).

20F - Dictaphone
Dictating Machine (circa 1950) They were cumbersome, intimidating, and poor recording machines. It took magnetic tape in the 1950s to make dictating a practical office operating procedure that continues today, valued more by managers than by stenographers.


21A - The Dictator
a 13-inch Civil War mortar Weighed over 17,000 pounds and was intended for seige and fortifications. Was made portable during the Seige of Petersburg by being mounted on a railroad car. Fired a 218 pound shell about two and one-half miles with a charge of 20 pounds of powder.

21B - Kinky (Richard,'Big Dick') Friedman
Song writer, country western singer and author.

21C - Mary Richards - character
Mary Tyler Moore (1936-) Best known for her work as a bubbly comedienne in the TV sitcoms The Dick Van Dyke Show as Laura Petrey and in The Mary Tyler Moore Show portraying Mary Richards, the quintessential girl-next-door, who worked in a TV station.

21D - Richard Carpenter
Performing songs that some condemned as fluff but millions loved, Karen and Richard Carpenter had 12 Top Ten singles and released 17 albums during the 1970s with their soft-rock sound, which was "the squeaky-clean antidote to the early-70s brew of antiwar protests and acid rock."

21E - Rick Springfield
Singer, Actor; Australian teen singing idol who landed roles in television shows including "Wonder Woman," "The Incredible Hulk," "Battlestar Gallactica" and the soap opera "General Hospital."

21F - Richard Ramirez
(1960- ) Known as The Night Stalker his reign of terror lasted from 3/17/85 to 8/31/85. Ramirez was charged with 63 crimes: including 13 murders, and 30 other offences including attempted murder, rape and sexual assaults. He was sentenced to death, and is on death row in San Quentin jail.


22A - Richard Dean Anderson
(1950 -) Actor; best known as MacGyver, the clever and inventive nonviolent hero who solved problems in his own unique way for seven successful seasons on ABC. Also portrayed Dr. Jeff Webber on General Hospital (1976) for five years and produced and starred in the science fiction series Stargate SG-1 (1997).

22B - Dick Enberg
(1935 -) Sportscaster; Described as NBC's "decathlete" for the wide range of events he has reported winning 13 Emmy Awards; 9 Sportscaster of the Year Awards; and Victor Award (top Sportscaster for past 25 years). He is the only person to win a National Emmy as a sportscaster, writer, and producer.

22C - Richard Buckminster Fuller
(1895-1983) The planet's friendly genius, scientist & philosopher. Inventor and designer (of the Dymaxion house, car and map), creator of the geodesic dome, coined the term "Spaceship Earth", organized the World Game and discovered Synergetics. A dogged individualist whose genius has been felt throughout the world.

22D - Richard Dysart
(1929-) Actor; has been portraying sandy-haired, distinguished corporate types for nearly thirty years. Several seasons of stage and TV work were followed by supporting authority-figure roles in such films as The Hospital (1971), The Crazy World of Julius Vrooder (1974), Meteor (1978) and Being There (1979). In 1986, gained nationwide TV fame as senior law partner Leland McKenzie on the NBC weekly LA Law.

22E - Richard Mulligan
(1932-2000) Actor; stage, screen, and television. Best remembered as Harry Weston on Empty Nest and as Burt Campbell on Soap. His feature film debut was in 1963's Love With the Proper Stranger. Other notable films include Little Big Man and Pueblo, his first television appearance. He is the brother of director Robert Mulligan.

22F - Richard Egan
(1921-1987) Actor; signed as a leading man by 20th Century-Fox, where he was touted as "another Gable." Most comfortable in brawling adventure films, Egan proved a capable dramatic actor in such films as A View from Pompey's Head (1955). Known for helping once struggling, now successful actors in getting their big break.


23A - Ranger Rick
character - The mascot for the number one nature magazine for kids and the winner of many honors, including the EdPress Golden Lamp Award for excellence in educational journalism. It is published by the Education Department of the National Wildlife Federation.

23B - Rick Cerone
(1954-) Baseball player and team owner; began his Major League baseball career in 1975 with the Cleveland Indians. Played for 18 seasons on 8 different teams and ended his big league playing career in 1992. Now the former catcher is the owner and president of the Atlantic League's Newark Bears.

23C - Rick Wakeman
(1949-) Musician; one of the world's top keyboard players. Played with the rock band "YES". In 1973, launched a solo career with a series of conceptual classical rock albums that briefly made him an international superstar.

23D - Richard Masur
(-) Actor; a reliable character actor whose face, if not name, is familiar to most moviegoers. His boyish demeanor and indeterminate age have enabled him to play a variety of roles in TV and movie roles since the early 1970s.

23E - Charlie Rich
(1932-1995) Musician; "The Silver Fox" has had hit recordings on the country, gospel, and pop charts. In 1974 Rich was voted the Entertainer Of The Year by the Country Music Association of America.

23F - Richard Fish - character
Greg Gorman (-) plays one of the partners of Cage & Fish, on the TV show Ally McBeal. Despite the fact that he runs his own law firm, Fish is a fairly incompetent lawyer and the most obnoxious, superficial, self-centered and funniest character.


24A - Wendy Richards
(-) English actress; well-known in Britain, but generally less-so in the US. She is most recognized for starring in the BBC dramatic series EastEnders, where she has appeared as Pauline Fowler since 1985. Known is the US as Miss Brahms in the British comedy "Are You Being Served?".

24B - Rick Astley
(1966-) Musician; In the Guinness Book of Records as the first male solo artist to have his first 8 singles reach the Top 10 in the UK, an achievement which is unbeaten. In 1993 he retired from the business.

24C - Cyril Ritchard
(1897-1977) Actor; Awarded a Tony in 1955 for Supporting Actor in the musical, 'Peter Pan' in which he played the role of the Father and Captain Hook.

24D - J.R. Richards
(1950-) Baseball Player; In 1971, struck out a record 15 batters. In 1976, he won 20 games - the first of four straight seasons with 18+ wins. He struck out over 300 batters in 78 and 79. In 1980, a massive stroke suddenly ended his career and very nearly his life at age 30.

24E - Richard C. Hoagland
(-) museum space science curator, NASA Consultant, and science advisor to CBS News during the Apollo Missions. He proposed the placement of a "message to Mankind" plaque aboard Pioneer 10 - the first artifact to escape the solar system.

24F - Richard Bach
(1936-) Author; author of twelve books, including the bestselling Jonathan Livingston Seagull, Illusions and Rescue Ferrets at Sea. A former USAF fighter pilot, gypsy barnstormer and airplane mechanic, he flies a seaplane today.


25A - Maurice Richard
(1921-2000) Hockey player; first to reach the 500-goals, elected to Hockey's Hall of Fame in 1961 and honoured by the NHL with a trophy bearing his name awarded to the top goal scorer each year. He was hockey's third, second, and first star.

25B - Elliot Richardson
(1920-1999) Attorney-General who refused to comply with President Richard Nixon's order to sack the Watergate Special Prosecutor, Archibald Cox in 1973. Richardson's stand ranks as one of the great assertions of the independence of the judiciary and the sanctity of the separation of powers.

25C - Frigate Bonhomme Richard
(1765-) A 900-ton merchant vessel built in France donated by the king in 1777 to the American cause. Placed under the command of, Captain John Paul Jones who refitted the DUC DE DURAS to 20 guns a side, and renamed her.

25D - Deadwood Dick - The most famous Black Cowboy
(1854 -) Nat Love was born a slave in Tennessee, moved to Dodge City and spent most of his time working in the dust and as a black cowpuncher driving cattle up the Chisholm Trail. Along with the Old West, he was overtaken by progress and technology and eventually took a job on the railroad as a Pullman porter.

25E - Stephen "Richard Bachman" King
(1947-) Author; has written numerous novels and short stories. His tales have been made into over than thirty feature length films, more than any other American author. Occasionally uses the ficticious name, Richard Bachman.

25F - Richard Schiff
(1955-) Actor; Emmy Award winner for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series for The West Wing. He has also carved a niche as a guest star, on Ally McBeal, The Practice, Chicago Hope, NBC's "ER" and the critically acclaimed series Relativity.


26A - Benjamin Franklin
(1706-1790) Journalist, Writer, Printer, and Publisher; using the pen name "Richard Saunders," he sold about 10,000 copies a year of Poor Richard's Almanac. Due to their excellent content, his almanac and newspaper soon became the best-selling periodicals of the colonies

26B - Spotted Dick
a British dessert; Boiled suet pudding, with bits of dried fruit (usually raisins or currants) that (as already noted) look like little spots.

26C -Richard Bong
(1920-1944) WWII Pilot; America's all-time Ace of Aces, downed 40 enemy planes in the Pacific while flying P-38 fighter planes. His many decorations included the Congressional Medal of Honor. Ordered home for his safety he was killed, six months later, test piloting the first Lockheed jet fighter plane. His death occured the same day the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima.

26D - Tim Allen Dick
(1964- ) Comedian, Actor; Took to the comedy stage on a dare by one of his friends. His TV show, "Home Improvement" was created from his "Men are pigs" routine. Tim plays the husband, dad, and most importantly the clumsy tool man.

26E - Patricia Richardson
(1951-) Actress; Played the wife, Jill Taylor, on the TV show, "Home Improvement" as a perfect counterpart to Tim Allens character.

26F - Richard Karn
(1956 -) actor; Al Borland in ABC's "Home Improvement," America's number-one family comedy, which is also popular worldwide. Al's trademark line is, "I don't think so, Tim."


27A - Dick Fosbury
(1968 -) athlete; Invented the "Fosbury Flop," a technique for going over the bar backward that revolutionized the sport of high jumping and which he used to win the gold medal in the event in the 1968 Mexico City Olympics.

27B - Richard Hooker
(1554-1600) theologian; His masterpiece is a long work in eight books called Of the Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, one of the most distinguished examples of Elizabethan literature. King James I is quoted as saying, "I observe in Mr. Hooker no affected language; but a comprehensive, clear manifestation of reason, backed with the authority of the Scriptures and all law both sacred and civil."

27C - Richard Herd
(1932-) Character Actor; One of those faces you instantly recognize from many TV shows and movies: Star Trek: Voyager, JAG, Caroline in the City, Diagnosis Murder, Buffy, Dr. Quinn, Walker, ER, Seinfeld, Quantum Leap, Star Trek: TNG, Murder, She Wrote, China Beach, Golden Girls, Matlock, T.J. Hooker, Simon & Simon, Beauty and the Beast, Hill Street Blues, Scarecrow and Mrs. King, Dynasty, Knight Rider, A-Team, M*A*S*H, Streets of San Francisco, Rockford Files.

27D - Dick's Sporting Goods - sports and fitness specialty retailer
Dick Stack born 1930 With $300, opened a modest bait and tackle shop in Binghamton, New York. By 1958, at the urging of his loyal customers, he expanded his product line to include much of what you'll find at Dick's Sporting Goods today. Now with over 100 stores, Ed Stack, is the Chairman and CEO.

27E - Richard Charles Suehr
(1917-) WWII Ace pilot; 39th Ftr. Sqn. Ace with 5 kills (some in p39) Promoted to major on June 6, 1945, released from active duty on February 2, 1947, but he re-enlisted on July 5 and was promoted to lieutenant colonel on December 27, 1955. He retired from the U.S. Air Force in August 1968.

27F - Deadeye Dick
(1982) A Literary character; Author Kurt Vonnegut takes a funny, chillingly satirical look at the death of innocence. Rudy Waltz, who gained the nickname of Deadeye Dick when he fired a gun into the air, inadvertantly killing a pregnant woman a block away, searches for absolution and happiness in this zany tale of crime and punishment.


28A - Dick Dean
(1933-) The Car Customizerís Customizer; A behind-the-scenes "ghostbuilder" who designed and built the Manta Ray, Monkee Mobile, Green Hornet's Black Beauty, Batmobile, Munster Koach, Grampa's Dragula, Beverly Hill-Billies car, Flintstones Car and Ford Broncos for Jurassic Park. He also developed The Bricklin a far-out sports car concept that, sadly, didn't find a market.

28B - Dick Miles
(1925-) Table Tennis Champion; 10 time US Open Table Tennis / Ping-Pong Men's Singles Champion (the greatest U.S. [men's] player of all times). USATT Hall of Fame Inductee (1966). Published "The Game of Table Tennis" in 1968.

28C - Richard Roberts
(1948-) television evangelist; Son of Oral Roberts and president of Oral Roberts University.

28D - Dick Tiger
(1929-1972) Boxing legend; He was born Richard Ihetu in Nigeria and turned pro in 1952.
Total Bouts: 81 - Won: 61 - Lost: 17 - Drew: 3 - KOs: 26. Inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame in 1991.

28E - George A. Dickel
(1818-1894) In 1870 created a distillery at Cascade Hollow, Tennessee to produce Tennesee Sipping Whisky. He would always spell "whiskey" without an "e", keeping with the Scotch whisky tradition.

28F - Dickcissel
A sparrowlike bird (Spiza americana) native to southern Ontario and the central United States, of which the male has a yellow breast marked with a small black bib on the throat. ETYMOLOGY: Imitative of its song.


29A - Dr. Richard Hornberger
(1924-) Author; Using the pseudonym Richard Hooker he wrote "M*A*S*H" a fictionized account of his years in the 8055 Mobile Army Surgical Hospital during the Korean War. He based 'Hawkeye' Pierce on himself (although he never liked Alda's portrayal). Made into a movie directed by Robert Altman and later into a very successful television series.

29B - Richard Grasso
Former CEO of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).

29C - Richard Helms
(1913-2002) Former CIA director (1966-73) and ambassador to Iran (1973-77) who attempted to overthrow Chilean president Salvador Allende and to assassinate Fidel Castro. Nixon dispatched him to Iran when he refused to intervene in an FBI investigation into Watergate.

29D - Dick Test
A skin test used to determine immunity or susceptibility to scarlet fever. Named after George Frederick Dick (1881-1967) American medical researcher who teamed with his wife, Gladys Henry Dick (1881-1963), to isolate the germ that causes scarlet fever.

29E - Bruce Dickinson
Heavy metal rock vocalist; Ex lead singer for Iron Maiden. He is for many the face of British heavy metal, and is truly a member of the international metal elite. He's a published author, a trained pilot and a gifted fencer, and now has turned his hand to broadcasting.

29F - Richie Sambora
(1959-) musician; A talented and respected songwriter, musician and producer, Richie Sambora has toured the world several times over and amassed more than sixty-eight gold and platinum albums as one of the founding members of New Jersey pop/rock group, Bon Jovi.


30A - Rick Barry
(1944- ) Basketball Player Forward; Only player to lead both NBA and ABA in scoring; 5-time All-NBA 1st team; Finals MVP with Golden St. in 1975.

30B - Mayor Richard J. Daley
(1xxx-1976) politician; Was first elected Mayor of Chicago in April, 1955, becoming the 39th Chief Executive in the history of the city. He was reelected in 1959, 1963 and in 1967. In 1975 he broke precedent when he was elected for a sixth four-year term.

30C - Mayor Richard M. Daley
(19xx-) politician; First elected April 4, 1989. Best known for improving the Chicago Public Schools, he has developed innovative programs to improve city neighborhoods, reduce crime through community policing, remove illegal guns from the streets, build new libraries, beautify the city and attract high-technology industry.

30D - Richard Lester
(1932-) "Invented" the music video with the use of multiple cameras (including handheld ones) and jarring editorial technique. Was the perfect film director for the Beatles A Hard Day's Night (1964) and Help! (1965). Also directed The Three Musketeers, The Four Musketeers, Robin and Marian, Superman II and III (1983).

30E - Rich Man, Poor Man
(2/1/76 - 3/15/76) U.S. Television Miniseries; One of the first American television miniseries. Adapted from the best-selling 1970 Irwin Shaw novel, the serial was enormously. It also garnered critical praise, reaping 20 Emmy nominations and winning four.

30F - Ragged Dick
(1867) Literary character; "Ragged Dick: or Street Life in New York" was the first of Horatio Alger's "rags to respectability" novels that appeared serially featuring moral tales for youth. By the last installment a Boston publisher signed Alger to a contract that led to 118 other novels modeled on the same archetypal plot.


31A - Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
(1894) a Literary Character; In "The Jungle Book" by Rudyard Kipling, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi, the Mongoose must battle with Nag, the cobra, in his territory. Kipling's extrardinary powers of description and ability to identify with human aspiration and animal survival are vividly showcased.

31B - Dick Button
(1929- ) Pro Figure Skater; Richard Totten Button became in 1948 the first and only man to win the Olympic, World, European, North American and U.S. championships in one year. He invented the flying camel spin when flying spins of any type were completely unknown.

31C - Dick Vitale
(1939-) Sports Announcer; College basketball's top analyst and ambassador joined ESPN in 1979 following a successful college and pro coaching career. His thorough knowledge of the game is brought forth in an enthusiastic, sometimes controversial - but never boring - style. "Awesome, baby!"

31D - The Dixie Chicks
Country music group; Rising from relative obscurity to become the best-selling country act of 1998 this trio from Dallas is by no means an "overnight success," having paid their dues for nearly a decade playing in a variety of venues such as barbeque joints, nursing homes, grocery stores and street corners.

31E - Richard Anderson
(1926 - ) Veteran character actor; most famous for playing "Oscar Goldman" on the TV show THE SIX MILLION DOLLAR MAN, also played "The Night Strangler" in the TV movie of the same name.

31F - Richie Hebner
(1947-) Baseball player; Total Major League seasons: 18; 11 with the Pittsburgh Pirates. Also played for Philadelphia, the Mets, and Detroit before making it back to the Bucs. Hebner finished his career in 1985 with the Cubs. Made the first hit in Three Rivers Stadium.


32A - Dick Tracy
comic strip character; Chester Gould, Cartoonist (1900-1985) created a newspaper comic strip in 1931 featuring the square-jawed police detective. The strip encouraged citizen involvement in crime prevention and a strong adherence to the law. In 1990 the strip was adapted to a full-length film starring Warren Beatty as Tracy.

32B - Dick Tracy
comic strip character; Chester Gould, Cartoonist (1900-1985) created a newspaper comic strip in 1931 featuring the square-jawed police detective. The strip encouraged citizen involvement in crime prevention and a strong adherence to the law. In 1990 the strip was adapted to a full-length film starring Warren Beatty as Tracy.

32C - Detective Fearless Fosdick
Comic Character (1942); The "ideel" of Li'l Abner, Detective Fearless Fosdick was Al Capp's long-running parody of Chester Gould's "Dick Tracy." Perpetually riddled by flying bullets, Fosdick's enduring trademark was the Swiss cheese bullet holes revealing his truly two-dimensional comic strip body.

32D - Dick Locher
(1929-) Pulitzer Prize winning editorial cartoonist at the Chicago Tribune
In 1983, Locher assumed the duty of illustrating the comic strip Dick Tracy. (Early on in his career, Locher assisted Dick Tracy's originator, Chester Gould.)

32E -Ariana Clarice Richards
(1979 - ) Actress; started as a 7-yr old, appearing as a ballerina in a hair salon commercial. Seen in Prancer (89); Tremors (90 & 01); Spaced Invaders (90); Jurassic Park (93 & 97). Won Best Young Actress Youth in Film Award for Switched at Birth (91) and the same award for Locked Up (92).

32F - Rickshaw
(around 1880) Rickshaws are used in countries in Asia, and occasionally elsewhere, as a mode of human-powered transport. The name derives from the Japanese expression "ji riki shaw" which means literally 'vehicle propelled by man'.


33A - Richard Belzer
(1944-) standup comic, actor, talk-show host and author
Made history when his character, Detective John Munch, appeared in 5 different TV shows: Homicide: Life on the Street (originating series), Law & Order (crossover), The X-Files (crossover), The Beat (a short-lived UPN series), and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, where he currently stars.

33B - Kim Richards
(1964-) actress; She is best known for her Disney movies and TV series in the late 70s and early 80s such as Nanny and the Professor (70) TV; Escape to Witch Mountain (75); No Deposit, No Return (76); James at 15 (77) TV; Hello, Larry (79) TV; Tuff Turf (85); and Meatballs Part II (84).

33C - Joseph Dixon
(1799-1869) inventor, manufacturer and entrepreneur; Invented the "lead," or more accurately graphite, pencil and founded the Dixon Ticonderoga Company which produced the first pencil made in the United States and still manufactures pencils today.

33D- Ann W. Richards
(1933-) As Governer of Texas (1991-1995) she oversaw a revival of the state's economic fortunes. She stressed government efficiency by authorizing comprehensive audits of every state agency.

33E - Edward Vernon (Eddie) Rickenbacker
(1890-1973) Auto race driver, US aviator 'ace' in World War I and airline businessman; 1st president of Eastern Air Lines Inc. 1938-1953; chairman of Eastern Air Lines Inc. 1953-1967.

33F - Admiral Hyman Rickover
(1900-1986) "Father" of the Nuclear Navy; As director of the Naval Reactors Branch, developed the world's first nuclear powered submarine, USS Nautilus, which went to sea in 1955. Retired from the Navy in 1982, after over 63 years of service to his country and to 13 Presidents.


34A - C.N. Williamson and E.E. "Colonel" Dickie
"Dickies" tm brand work clothes. Established as the U.S. Overall Company in 1918. Renamed Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company in 1922. Has transformed itself from a small bib overall company to the largest workwear manufacturer in the world.

34B - Richard Rodgers
(1902-79) composer/lyricist; Began his professional career with lyricist Lorenz Hart. In 1942, he joined Oscar Hammerstein II and their 17-year-partnership, the most successful in Broadway history, yielded OKLAHOMA!, CAROUSEL, STATE FAIR, SOUTH PACIFIC, THE KING AND I, FLOWER DRUM SONG, THE SOUND OF MUSIC and many more.

34C - A.B.Dick Company
A.B.Dick Company is a leading worldwide supplier to the graphic arts and printing industry, manufacturing and marketing equipment and supplies for all stages of document creation - pre-press, press, and post-press, as well as continuing service and support.

34D - Dick Blick
Art supply store selling art supplies for almost a century now has 27 retail stores in 12 states.The original Dick Blick began by selling lettering pens in 1911, working from his kitchen table. Their motto, "Dick Blick Ships Quick"

34E - Richard Morris Hunt (1827-1895) American Architect
He designed such landmarks as the New York Tribune Building, Newport's "The Breakers", North Carolina's "Biltmore", and the Metropolitan Museum of New York. Though he became the nation's most revered architect by the latter part of the nineteenth century, he is largely forgotten.

34 F- Jeremiah Dixon
(1733-1777) English surveyor; In partnership with Charles Mason, surveyed the Mason-Dixon line (1763-67) which became the symbolic boundary between the North and South of the United States of America. According to one theory, Dixon's name gave rise to the nickname Dixie for the South.


35A - W.C. Fields
(1880-1946) entertainer, comedian, actor; William Claude Dukenfield was a skilled pool player and juggler He was in each of the Ziegfeld Follies from 1915 through 1921. Made movies with Paramount and Universal from 1915 to 1942. Starred as "The Bank Dick" in 1940.

35B - Dick Shawn
(1923-1987) Nightclub comedian; Born Richard Schulefand. Supposedly the first to execute "THE HIGH FIVE" hand slap in Mel Brooks' 'The Producers.' So unpredictable were his performances that, when he died of a heart attack while performing, the audience assumed his collapse was part of the act.

35C - Dick Armey
(1940-) (R-Texas); House Majority Leader in the 104th Congress when Republicans had control of the House for the first time in 40 years. Their motto was: 'If we don't keep our word, throw us out.'

35D - Dick Rutan
(xxxx-) pilot; He flew 325 combat missions in Vietnam winning the Silver Star, five Distinguished Flying Crosses, 16 Air Medals and the Purple Heart. On December 14, 1986, he flew "Voyager" on the first around the world, non-stop, non-refueled flight in nine days, three minutes and forty four seconds.

35E - Dick Rossi
(1915-) WWII Pilot; 'Dick' Rossi joined the American Volunteer Group, under General Claire Chennault. When the 'Flying Tigers' were disbanded in 1942, Rossi joined the China National Aviation Corporation, flying supplies from India to China. By the time the war was over he had flown more than 735 trips across the Hump.

35F - Dick Durock
(xxx-) Actor; Best known as Swampy from The Swamp Thing. He started in films in 1967 stunt-doubling for Guy Williams on the television series "Lost In Space" and has been in over 600 television shows and films.


36A - Dick Grayson
Robin (from Batman & Robin) Gotham millionaire Bruce Wayne's ward and crime-fighting partner. Played by Douglas Croft (1943), John Duncan (1949) Burt Ward (1966) and Chris O'Donnell (1995)

36B - Douglas Croft as Dick Grayson
Robin (from Batman & Robin) Gotham millionaire Bruce Wayne's ward and crime-fighting partner. Played by Douglas Croft (1943), John Duncan (1949) Burt Ward (1966) and Chris O'Donnell (1995)

36C - John Duncan as Dick Grayson
Robin (from Batman & Robin) Gotham millionaire Bruce Wayne's ward and crime-fighting partner. Played by Douglas Croft (1943), John Duncan (1949) Burt Ward (1966) and Chris O'Donnell (1995)

36D - Burt Ward as Dick Grayson
Robin (from Batman & Robin) Gotham millionaire Bruce Wayne's ward and crime-fighting partner. Played by Douglas Croft (1943), John Duncan (1949) Burt Ward (1966) and Chris O'Donnell (1995)

36E - Chris O'Donnell as Dick Grayson
Robin (from Batman & Robin) Gotham millionaire Bruce Wayne's ward and crime-fighting partner. Played by Douglas Croft (1943), John Duncan (1949) Burt Ward (1966) and Chris O'Donnell (1995)

36F - Richard Truly
(1937-) Astronaut; Director, National Renewable Energy Laboratory and Vice Admiral, U.S. Navy (Ret.). Truly served as NASA's eighth Administrator under President Bush from 1989-92


37A - Dick Groat
(xxxx-) Baseball and Basketball star
Groat was National League MVP with Pittsburgh in 1960. He was a two-time All-American basketball player at Duke and was named National College player of the year

37B - Dickey Day Use Area
White River National Forest - Glenwood Springs, Colorado; The White River National Forest encompasses 2,250,000 acres in the northwestern and north-central portion of the state. Recreation within the forest includes hiking, mountain climbing, camping and winter sports. Forest lakes and reservoirs provide access to fishing and watersports.

37C - Sir Richard Francis Burton
(1821-1890) Adventurer, linguist, scholar, swordsman, rogue, deviant, genius - an unmistakable Victorian - frustrates simple description. He possessed wild, monstrous talents and was burdened by defects nearly as grave. Published the first translation of the Kama Sutra.

37D - Cappy Dick
(1940's) A comic strip character in the Sunday comics featuring jokes and a puzzle. Created by Robert Cleveland and illustrated by Frank Swendek, Jr. Also a series of books that showed youngsters how to make their own toys, games, and other projects.

37E - DD-664 USS Richard P. Leary
(1943-1974) Fletcher Class Destroyer; Displacement: 2924 Tons; Speed: 38 Knots, Range: 6500 NM, Crew: 273. Launched 1943 and commissioned 1944. Decommissioned 1946. Stricken 1974. Sold to Japan 1959, renamed Yugure. Stricken 1974 and broken up for scrap.

37F - Richard (Dick) O'Leary
Canada's greatest jockey; Born in Ontario, he was nicknamed "Tricky Dick" because of his skillful handling of horses during an era when thoroughbreds were often trained and ridden by the same man. Was the first to ride three Plate winners - Fearnaught (1872), Bonnie Bird (1880) and Colonist (1889).


38A - Richard Basehart
(1914-1984) Actor; director; Square-jawed, talented, but humorless actor, primarily in strong supporting roles. Made an impressive movie debut in Repeat Performance (47). Memorable films include Fourteen Hours (51), La Strada (54), Moby Dick (56), The Brothers Karamazov (58), and Hitler (62). Starred in the TV series "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" in the 1960s.

38B - Dik-Dik
graceful, Eastern African, dwarf antelopes. At maturity they weigh up to 12 pounds and are 14 inches tall at the shoulder. These tiny animals have almost no tail and a small tuft of hair on the head. "Dik-dik" is the African word for the animal, probably derived from the sound it makes.

38C - DIK Fraternity
Fraternity president Richard Bagg (Daniel Cosgrove) and his eager assistant Jeannie (Emily Rutherfurd) enjoy an éclair, courtesy of Van Wilder in the National Lampoon Movie "Van Wilder" (2002).

38D - Richard Roeper
(xxxx-) film critic; Co-host of the nationally syndicated 'Ebert & Roeper,' and a daily columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times and the New York Times Syndicate. He was the recipient of the National Headliner Award in 1993 as the top columnist in the country, and his work has won numerous other awards.

38E - Richard Farnsworth - Actor
(1920-2000) By the time he finally got name-above-the-title billing, he was 61 years old, and had been in films for 34 of those years. A veteran Hollywood stunt man, he earned widespread adulation for two outstanding lead performances, first in "The Grey Fox" (1982) and then as the dedicated Alvin Straight in "The Straight Story" (1999).

38F - Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star
2003 movie co-written by and starring David Spade as Dickie Roberts, a thirty-something
former child star who hires a foster family to re-create the childhood he never
had. Rated PG-13 for crude and sex-related humor, language and drug references.


39A - Richard Simmons
(1913-2003) Bearing a striking resemblance to Clark Gable he achieved fame in the TV series, "Sergeant Preston of the Yukon" (1955). With his horse Rex, and his husky King, Preston brought law-and-order into the 1890s Gold Rush. Each episode ended with Preston hugging his dog and saying: "Well, King, it looks like this case is closed."

39B - Josh Andrew Koenig
Son of Walter Koenig ("Star Trek" Ensign Pavel Chekov). Best known for his character on GROWING PAINS (1985-1989) Richard "Boner" Stabone, young Italian friend and sidekick to Mike Seaver both of whom lived on Long Island near New York City.

39C - Ricky Skaggs - Country Music Musician
(1954-) Youngest member of the Grand Ole Opery, mentored by Bill Monroe, he has helped bring country music back around to its roots by pulling it out of the slick pop sounding doldrums that had dominated the genre.

39D - Mordecai Richler - Canadian novelist
(1931-2001) Born in Montreal, Quebec. Wrote the novel "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" which was made into a movie starring another Dick: Richard Dreyfuss.

39E - Rick Schroder
(1970-) Child actor who grew into mature roles. Had roles in: The Champ; The Earthling (1980) Silver Spoons, Lonesome Dove, and NYPD Blue.

39F - Richard Trevithick - an English inventor
(1771-1833) He was born in Cornwall, England. He invented the high-pressure steam engine in 1796.


40A - Richard Cheese
(1960's -) America's loudest lounge singer Richard Cheese is back in black tie featuring kooky lounge-style covers of rock hits. Sporting his tiger-striped tuxedo and racing-striped libido, Cheese is touring the nation in 2002 on his "One Nation Under Dick" tour.

40B - Richard Cromwell
(1626-1712) Richard Cromwell was Lord Protector of England and the son of Oliver Cromwell. He served with his father in the Parliamentary Army and was an MP from 1654 until 1656. He succeeded to the protectorate in 1658 and resigned in 1659 under pressure from the Army.

40C - Richard II
(1361-1399) The son of Edward The Black Prince and King of England from 1371 to 1399. Highly cultured, he was one of the greatest royal patrons of the arts; patron of Chaucer, it was Richard who ordered the technically innovative transformation of the Norman Westminster Hall.

40D - Sir Richard Steele
(1672-1729) Irish author, founder, editor and, with Addison, chief contributor of "The Spectator." Steele founded its predecessor, the "Tatler," and so originated the periodical essay.

40E - Dickie Goodman - The King of Novelty Recordings
(19XX-19XX) Listed by Billboard and THE GUINNESS BOOK OF WORLD RECORDS as the #1 novelty/comedy recording artist of all time with 17 charted novelty/comedy records! Dickie Goodman invented mixing and sampling, which is todays music industrys largest source of revenue. Still sells over 100,000 CD's a year in the US alone!

40F - Richard Kline
(1944-) Best known for his character on "Three's Company" Larry Dallas, the swinging bachelor who helped put that extra swing in the seventies. Kline served three years in the military stationed in Hue, Vietnam at the height of the Vietnam War where he was struck by lightning.


41A - Winn Dixie Stores, Inc.
(1925-) Headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida, Winn-Dixie is one of the largest food retailers in the nation and ranks 149 on the FORTUNE 500 list. The company operates more than 1,070 stores in 12 states and the Bahamas.

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41F - Wally Cox
(1925-1973) Actor; Best known for portraying a mild-mannered high school science teacher in the sitcom "Mr. Peepers" (NBC, 1952-55) and as the voice of the superheroic canine "Underdog" (NBC, 1964-66; CBS, 1966-67; NBC, 1968-73). Not a Dick but I couldn't resist.

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