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Summary

Sportsman For All Occasions
Airdate: Thursday - December 19, 1963

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
Well good evening radio listeners. . .
Show Description
Background laughter and corny music lead into a Honky-Tonk version of Stars and Stripes Forever. This theme continues through much of the show as Shep performs impressions of the American sporting scene. He covers Football, Mets Baseball, Ice Hockey Toledo Mudhens, the Indy 500 in his mimicking of sports journalism. He finishes up this segment with "reports" from Reuters about a notice issued by Tokyo City Hall that employees must keep their pants on during working hours, and then does an "H.G. Grubbage" spoof reporting religious news from 'here, there, and everywhere' on the BBC. A quick story about an army sergeant who sits on his bunk every night with a set of mother of pearl handled brushes and manicure utensils. The show is wrapped up with the subject of tattoos - making the big plunge. Wearing transfer tattoos in school. Going to Long Branch, while stationed at Camp Wood, and ending up in the tattoo parlor.
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Show Notes - Things Shep Referred to, Dating Related, or Just Plain Interesting
Notes
Fast paced show with Shep in one of his more slap happy moods. All through the show he plucks at a guitar, striking a chord whenever effect was required. He makes an interesting remark - Very few women get tattoos and many don't understand them. He should meet the women of today!
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Engineer and Staff in Booth Summary/Rating Credit Instruments Played
By: Jim Clavin
Date:
Rating: Not Rated
Unknown
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