While the last name of beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss is often misspelled “Suess,” there actually was a famous Dr. Suess. Hans Suess was an eminent Austrian-born chemist and physicist. Both Seuss and Suess lived in La Jolla, Calif., at the same time, and each man often got the other’s mail.

n Stevie Wonder won Album of the Year Grammy Awards for 1973 and 1974. Paul Simon won the award for 1975. In Simon’s acceptance speech, he thanked Wonder for “not making an album this year.”

Saint Kitts, also known as Saint Christopher, is one of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean Sea. What do residents of the island call themselves?

A) Kitties

B) Chrissies

C) Kitters

D) Kittitians

Monday’s answer: The title of the David Mamet play “American Buffalo” refers to the U.S. buffalo nickel. The play concerns a plot to steal a coin collection.

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