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There was a long-lost 4th member of the Snap/Crackle/Pop gang. His name was Pow, and he represented Rice Krispies' explosive nutritional value.
America's favorite casserole dates back to 1955, when a chef named Dorcas Reilly created it for a cookbook designed to promote Campbell's products. By 2003, more than 20 million families (about one in four households) reportedly served the dish at Thanksgiving.
Cornelius Crane Chase was nicknamed "Chevy" by his grandma.
George S. Patton finished fifth in the first-ever Olympic modern pentathlon in 1912. He might have finished first if not for a scoring controversy in the pistol event.