A vintage game from the twentieth century, this example demonstrates the continuity of game play throughout this period. Swayze is a trivia question-and-answer type board game that is named for the famous early news anchorman John Cameron Swayze (1906-1995). Although his personable news style lost out in favor of more serious sounding anchormen, Swayze by that time--the early 1960s--had become the commercial spokesman for Timex watches and coined the phrase "it takes a licking and keeps on ticking." Swayze remained in the public eye for years. Dating from the mid-1950s, Swayze the game ultilizes a "Swayze Journal" that is packed with news items and facts from this era. Players take turns asking the questions and accumulating points.