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159; Brazilian bar; O Cangaceiro is a 1954 Brazilian film by director Lima Barreto, inspired by American westerns (but losing none of its cultural integrity) about Cangaceiro (bandit) Teodoro who falls in love with a small town school teacher who his gang has kidnapped. 
174; driver's ed teacher at Leuzinger High
The Ohio Express (including their best scoring single, "Yummy Yummy Yummy") were actually the work of an assemblage of studio musicians working out of New York, including singer/songwriter Joey Levine. The "band" recorded from 1967-1970; Herb Alpert cover of "Yummy Yummy Yummy" (1968) 332
125; The Olympics were a Los Angeles doo-wop group formed in 1957 by lead singer Walter Ward (1940-2006). The group included Eddie Lewis (tenor, Ward's cousin), Charles Fizer (tenor), Walter Hammond (baritone) and Melvin King (bass) and except for Lewis were friends in a Los Angeles, California high school. Their song "Good Lovin'" was a big hit for The Young Rascals in 1966.
Ondas Nudosas Community College
51; Translation from Spanish, "Naked Waves"
77; Once Over
43; Doc's cousin, in the Corvairs; he also is a character in Pynchon's 1990 novel Vineland; 115; 296; at Surfadelic Freak-In, 363
69; "Oh Pretty Woman" reference
353; Elmira's friend who teaches junior high and with whom Elmira gets high
37; in San Ysidro, famous for druggy bathrooms
226; "natural-born pussy hound" who grabs Trillium for a Texas Two-Step in Curly's in Las Vegas
196; he means Osterizer, a blender
163; Doc & Shasta; where to score? 164; "the thick and sorrowful catalogs of human desire" 165;