THEY STUDIED RELIGIOUSLY

1. Joseph Stalin - studied fior priesthood.

2. Mussolini - dismissed from religious academy.

3. Charles Darwin - studied for ministry.

4. Franz Listz - lived in a monastery.

5. Casanova - studied for priesthood.

Source: World Features Syndicate

WHEN THE TYPE-WRITER WAS YOUNG

1. First called - "typograhper."

2. First practical version called - "Literary Piano."

3. Doctors' opinion - "causes schizophrenia."

4. Mechanics - couldn't see text as it was typed.

5. First electric version - made by Edision.

Source: "Great Inventions Through History," Gerald Messadie, W&R Chambers Ltd., 1991.

5 REVIEWS OF PAUL NEWMAN'S FIRST MOVIE APPEARANCE*

1. "a poor man's Marlon Brando" (Saturday Review).

2. "excessively sullen Brando" (N.Y. World-Telegram).

3. "resembles Marlon Brando" (The New Yorker).

4. "striking resemblance to Brando" (N.Y. Times).

5. "is no Marlon Brando" (Hollywood Citizen-News).

*1954; Director said Newman "reminds one of Rudolph Valentino."

Source: "Opening Shots," Damien Bona, Workman Pub., 1994.