The year was 1961. Outside the famous Grauman’s Theater in Boston, John Belushi was walking home from rehearsal when he ran into an eager young fan. “Mister Belushi!” he cried. “How can I grow up to be famous like you?”
“Well,” said Belushi, and pulled a shiny quarter from behind his ear. “You know what the writing on the back of this says?”
“Gee, I don’t!”
“In God We Trust,” said John Belushi. “If you remember that, you might just make it in show biz.” The boy dried his eyes and nodded with determination.
That young man’s name? Was Babe Ruth.