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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, March 7, 1968

Page Two THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, March 7, 1968

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Golden
By FRED LaBOUR
and JOHN GRAY
Hey, man, how ya doin'? Now,
we know you been groovin' to
various sides for a long time, and
here's your chance to do some-
thing with it.
This thing is the Golden Great-
est Everlasting Revolving htock
Brain Buster and the thing you
do is enter. The things you win
are PRIZES! PRIZES! PRIZES!
Grand Prize, for getting them
all right: one real, authentic,
working 1964 low-fk- RECORD
PLAYER. Won't it be a gas
groovin' to sides on this little
honey?
Prize number one, for getting
more right than anyone else: 30
GOLDEN GASSERS in genuine
scratchy condition PLUS an "only
used once" two-volume set of
BRENDA LEE'S Greatest Hits
PLUS other groovy albums.
Second Prize: one dozen GOLD-
EN GASSERS PLUS a tube of
Clearasil.
Prize number three: FOUR bad
albums and fourth place, a gift
certificate for TEN FREE COKES!
Rounding out this All-Star line-
up, .for the licky FIFTH PLACE
WINNER, we are prepared to give
away ONE FULL PINT OF GEN-
UNE KENTUCKY FLAVORED
MACARONI SALAD and a HOST
of. other lovely prizes.
Follow directions as carefully
as you can, neatness will count
heavily in case of ties, decision of
the judges is final, offer void in
Wisconsin and where prohibited
by law, App'd Penna. Dep't Agri-
culture, BHT added as preserva-
tive, absolutely no cheating will
be allowed.
bEntriesshould be sent to 420,
Maynard in care of the GOLDEN
GREATEST EVERLASTING RE-
VOLVING 'ROCK BRAIN BUST-
ER. Entries must be postmarked
no later than midnight, Friday,
March 15, 1968. WATCH THIS
SPOT FOR ANNOUNCEMENTS
OF WINNERS!
SHORT ANSWER QUESTIONS
Write a short answer to each of
these questions. Long answers will
be disqualified.
1. Who coined the famous
phrase "rock 'n' roll"?
2. What is Dion's last name?
3. Who are the Jordanaires?
4. Who is the Stones' drummer?
5. Who manages Elvis? (Oth-
er th'an Priscilla.)
6. Name five vegetables men-
tioned in "The Jolly Green Gi-
.ant."r

Greatest Revolving Rock Brain Buster

16. In what month of what
year did the Beatles place five
tunes in the nation's top ten, ac-
cording to Billboard?
17. Who wrote most' of The
Coasters' hits?
18. Who is Murray the K?
19. Who is the real Bent Fab-
ric? How about Mr. Acker Bilk?
20. What was the first song to
knock the Beatles out of the
number one slot in England's top.
ten?
21. Who recorded "A-B-C
Boogie"?
22. Who played the theme to
the movie "High School Confi-
dential"?
23. Name at least eight hit rec-
ords with a C, A minor, F, G
chord progression.
24. Why are there two record-
ed versions of U.S. Bonds' "Quar-
ter to Three"?
25. What instrument was Little
Richard most famous for playing?
26. Who first recorded "Blue
Suede Shoes"?
27. What two ,Top Ten Beatle
tunes have never appeared on al-
bums?
28. How did the Platters wear
their hearts in "The Great Pre-
tender"?
29. What did Stevie Winwood
do after he quit The Spencer Da-
vis Group?
30. What is Jim McGuinn's
new name?
TRUE-FALSE QUESTIONS
Answer each of these questions
true or false. If you don't knyow
the answer, you can always guess.
1. Nashville is famous for
Country & Western music.
2. Mark Lindsay drives a red
Ferrari.
3. Zal and Michie were gettin'
kind ,of itchy.
4. Bob Dylan's real name is
Robert Zimmerfeld.
5. Topsy Part II was a sizeable
hit.
6. Procul Harum is misspelled
Latin for "Beyond These Things".
7. "The Man Who Shot Liberty

Valance" was recorded by Roy
Orbison.
8. A fuzz tone is the same as a
treble booster.
9.Cindy Songbird replaced Flo
in the Supremes.
10. Life is very short and there's
no time for fussing and fighting
my friend.
11. Both Stevie Wonder and
Ray Charles areblind.
12. The Del Vikings had only
one hit.
13. Elvis' first movie was "Jail-
house Rock."
14. Chuck Berry was arrested
for taking a 16-year-old Indian
girl across a state line for im-
moral purposes.
15. Sam Cooke died with his
boots on.
16. Van Dyke Parks played or-
gan for The Byrds.
17. Johnny Horton released a
special British version of "The
Battle of New Orleans.:
18. Art Garfunkel did graduate
work at Johns Hopkins.
19. The Animals' original or-
ganist left the group because
he thought Eric Burden was
"raunchy".
20. Buffalo Springfield were
happy with their first album.
MEDIUM ANSWER QUESTION
Write a medium answer to this
question. Short and long answers
will be disqualified.
1. Describe the Purple People
Eater.
IDENTIFICATION QUESTIONS
Quote the line that follows each
of these lines and the song it
comes from. You will receive one
point for each line and one for
each song.
1. She thinks her advice is the
Constitution
2. I've told ripples in the brook
3. Tell Laura not to cry
4. Who wears short shorts?
5. I'll meet you at your locker
when school's dismissed
6.hA pretty girl comes a dime
a dozen
7. As their hands touched and
their lips met

8. There she is. Let's ask her.
9. Oh, what a birthday surprise
10. Hey Paula, I want to marry
you
11. American history and prac-
tical math
12. You know how to part your
lips to tantalize
13. I took a ride on the chute-
de-chute
14. If everybody had an ocean
15. Tight dresses and lipstick
MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS
Pick one in each question. One
and only one is right. Wrong an-
swers are permissable, but guess-
ing is cheating.
1. Buddy Holly's death in a
plane crash was instrumental in
the rise of: a. Bobby Vee; b. Bob-
by Freeman; c. Bobby Rydell;
d. Bobby Baker.
2. The biggest selling record in
Boston since 1948 was: a The
Twist; b. I Want To Hold Your
Hand; c. California Dreaming;
d. The Monster Mash.
3. Joe of Country Joe and the
Fish served his country in: a. the
army; b. the forest reserve; c. the
navy;' d. Leavenworth.
4. "I'll be homeward bound" is
a line from: a. Homeward Bound;
b. I Can Never Go Home Any-
more; c. Cindy, Oh Cindy; d.
Look Homeward Angel.
5. Ben E. King sang a song en-

titled: a. I; b. She; c. They;
d. You.
6. Dion's first single after leav-
.ing The Belmonts was: a Teen-
ager in Love; b. Be Caretul of
Stones That You Throw; c. Where
or When; d. Runaround Sue.
7. Frankie Avalon first won
fame playing: a. Drums; b.
Hookey; c. Strip Poker; d. Trum-
pet.
8. Fabian's last name: a Fag-
got; b. Forte; c. DiMucci; d. Ran-
dazzo.
9. The drummer of the Honey-
combs was peculiar because be:
a. had one hand; b. sang in Ital-
ian; c. swallowed a drumstick in
Liverpool; d. was a girl.
10. Which group has not re-
corded "Money": a. Beatles; b.
Philadelphia Symphony Orches-
tra; c. Kingsmen; d. The Savage
Knights.
11. Who wrote and first record-
ed "Needles and Pins"? 6. The
Searchers; b. Jackie DeShannon:
c. Arturo Frondizi; d. lFontella
Bass.
12. Ricky Nelson, in "Trav'eling
Man," visited: a Travers, City:
b. Tahiti; c. Oahu; d. Singapore.
13. Paul Revere and the Raid-
ers have changed personnel: a.
0-5 times; b. 6-10 times; c. 11-20
times; d. 21-100 times.
14. Davy Jones' secret name for

Micky Dolenz is: a. "Mayonnaise;"
b. "Turdle;" c. "Corky;" d. "Cir-
cus Boy."
15. The Beach Boys' first car
song was: a. 409; b. Little Deuce
Coupe; c. Queen of the Drags:
d. Our Car Club.
16. American Bandstand was
brought to you by all of these ex-
cept: a. Clearasil; b. Certs; c. La-
voris; d. Dr. Pepper.
17. Which of the following does
not belong with the others*a.
"Golden gasser;" b. "Submarine
race watchers;" c. "Oldies but
goodies;" d. "It's what's nappen-
in', baby."
18. Bobby Vee's first hit was:
a. Rubber Ball; b. Peggy Sue;
c. Susy Baby; d. Take Good Care
of My Baby.
19. The man who discovered
Frankie Avalon and Fabian was
named: a. Turdle; b. Bob; c. Vit-
torio; d. Frank.
20. The sign outside of Motown
headquarters on Grand Blvd.
says: a. Soul brother; b. Hitsville,
U.S.A.; c. 3495 W. Grand Blvd.;
d. A Million Seller a Month.
ESSAY QUESTION
Do what you like. It's your life.
It doesn't count towards the
prizes, anyway. Best answer will
be published.
1. "Rock and Roll is Here to
Stay". Comment and criticize.

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"CONE YOU WON'T SOON FORGET!"

7. You're reviewing a record on
American Bandstand. You give it
a rating of 95. It has a singer you
like, a good beat and it's easy to
dance to. Will you buy it?
8. Why are there two covers
for the Moby Grape album?
9. What was the Everly Broth-
ers' first hit?
10. Why do fools fall in love?
11. Who wrote "Money"?
12. Where did Phil Spector get
the idea for his first tune?
13.Who Is Phil Spector?
14. Why are The Who being
sued by Odorono?
15. Who were the members of
the Silver Beatles?

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