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Summary

Monopoly
Airdate: Monday - December 22, 1969

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
What the conductor said to Abraham Lincoln just before they got to Gettsburg. . . 
Show Description
Shep answers a letter about where to get a Jews Harp and demonstrates the sounds of several of his. The Red Rider story is real and it wasn't until IGWT came out that his mother found out the Randy didn't break Shep's glasses. She liked the book - didn't know he could type so well. Monopoly or Monolopy - Shep talks about the popularity of the game and how as a kid they used to play it for days. He explains the story behind his calling the game Monolopy. One of the guys made a Monopoly board in shop with all inlaid wood and mispelled the name. He reads an article from "This Week" Magazine by Sally McClosky - "Great Moments in Indoor Sports - Do Not Pass Go - Do Not Collect $200" She describes the world's longest game and other interesting games that were played.
Commercials
National Institute for Mental Health
Music
None Listed
Engineer and others in Booth
Unknown
Summary
By: Jim Clavin
Date: -
Rating: Not Rated
Airdate History ' - Original' date is earliest known broadcast)
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