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Poetry - Guess the Celebrity Author
Airdate: Friday - April 29, 1966

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
You know Al, there's only one way to handle women. . .
Show Description
'Women are like horses, once they sense you are afraid of them, your in trouble!' according to Jean Poem - "The Executive", Shep offers a Brass Figlagee with Bronze Oak Leaf Palm if you can name the Author (Fred Allen) Poem - "The Captains Miserable Little Daughter" Modern day victims of technology A little note from the NY Times - London, a car was hit with a toilet 28000 Drunken Elephants Uncle Carl remembrance (a result of the Miller High Life commercial) Poem - "The Conqueror Worm" (name the author and get a fig newton, Shep offers, Edgar Allen Poe, can a Fig Newton be emailed?) Story of a school teacher in Shep's Junior year of high school that loved the poems of this author Shep speaks of giving a class of his own, and an underground cartoon
Between the line Shep raises the question, with out asking it, if we see pink elephants when we are drunk, what do drunk elephants see? Shep talks about getting his new bike as part of the Honda commercial Shep talks about being fitted for a suit at the Miracle Mile on Saturday and riding around the block on his new Honda wearing the Tux.
Brass Figlagee Award
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By: Ken Applegate
Rating: Not Rated
Airdate History ' - Original' date is earliest known broadcast)
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