2. Peter Sellers,
in April 1964. In a feature inside the issue, Sellers, posing
with nude models, was shown in antic takeoffs on other great
3. Japanese poetry
traditionally used in the tea ceremony. It's named for the Raku
family, which first produced it in the 16th century.
4. Belgium's. King
Leopold III surrendered his forces and was held prisoner by
the Nazis shortly after they invaded his country in 1940.
5. Detroit Tiger
first baseman Hank Greenberg, in 1934. The poem, published in
the Detroit Free Press, stated: "We shall miss
him in the infield and shall miss him at the bat / But he's
true to his religion--and honor him for that."