Lew Alcindor, playing for UCLA, from 1967 to 1969. He later
changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
2. Broadway's "Music
Man" Meredith Willson. He wrote it when he was musical
director of radio's The Big Show (1950-53).
3. It was World War
II military slang for a bomb powerful enough to demolish an
entire city block of buildings. Now it's used to describe a
movie or book--or anything else--that makes a large impact.
4. For failing to
declare two pieces of fruit--an apple and an orange--when she
entered the country.
5. Six times--between
1969 and 1972. Twelve walked on the lunar surface.