Edgar Allan Poe. The story, written in 1843, is "The Gold
2. Snuff. Although
its no longer used by senators, the snuff continues to be kept
as a matter of Senate tradition.
3. Last--he was 34th
in the academy's 1861 class of 34.
4. Not showman P.T.
Barnum, as is widely believed. The famous words were uttered
by one of his competitors, David Hannum.
5. Newswoman Katie
Couric, who swapped jobs with Leno for a day in May 2003--11
years after he replaced Johnny Carson.