2. It was the only
shade of food coloring he had available when he mixed up the
first test batch in 1928.
3. 142. He's listed
in Guinness World Records for the most leading parts.
4. John Enders, with
junior associates Frederick Robbins and Thomas Weller--not Jonas
Salk. The three, Harvard Medical School researchers, were the
first to cultivate polio in a test tube. Salk later developed
the first vaccine against polio.
5. Eugene O'Neill's.
His father, James O'Neill, bought the cottage with money earned
appearing onstage as the Count of Monte Cristo.