Fri Feb 22 23:57:45 EST 2008
Took me a while. NL, San Diego vs. Montreal, right? (Hence the
relevance in Canada.)
Wasn't the announcer Harry Von Zell? And did he actually say Hoobert
Heever or is that part an urban legend?
Dan Strassberg (email@example.com)
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> Or the old Washington quote, long forgotten, from a "high White
> Horse souse"...
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>>I remember listening to CBL sign off at 1 AM and the woman was
>> the baseball scores and had Montana beating South Dakota. She
>> obviously had no clue what MON and SD stood for.
>> Fred Foy had a good one on ABC when he said 'stayed tuned for the
>> PAYOFFS NEXT ON ABC.
>> But as anything ever topped a network radio announcer saying
>> and gentlemen the President of the United States - Hoobert Heever'
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