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Tucsonan earns $100,000 on popular TV game show

Citizen Staff Writer

Tucsonan Roseann Gruley didn’t win the grand prize but she walked
away with a nice chunk of change – $100,000 – on Thursday’s episode of
“Who Wants to be a Millionaire.”

The $250,000 question that stumped the 38-year-old Walgreens
manager: “Now famous for his “57 Varieties,” Henry J. Heinz got his
start in 1869 selling what product? A: Sauerkraut, B: Vinegar, C: Baked
beans, D: Horseradish.” Gruley decided to keep her earnings and not
venture a guess. The correct answer was horseradish.



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