A. Joseph Ross
Mon Jul 25 16:33:51 EDT 2011
On 7/25/2011 12:01 PM, Howard Glazer wrote:
> So what was the answer? Liu Shao-chi? I'm pretty sure Mao Tse-tung's title wasn't premier (prime minister); he was the chairman of the Communist Party -- for all we know, those 30 minutes before you called in might have been filled with callers wrongly guessing Mao.
At that time, wasn't it Chou En Lai?
> My prize haul from radio in the '60s and '70s included several gallons of ice cream, the "30 Now Goldens" album and Elton John's self-titled album (the one with "Your Song") from WRKO, a 20-pound Thanksgiving turkey from WGTR, and tickets to "Live at Passim" and my choice of three albums from a big box of discards from WCAS. That's in chronological order; you can trace my musical evolution in this paragraph!
I don't remember what the trivia question was, but I won a gallon of
Friendly's ice cream in a contest in WERS back in the early 1970s. They
had a Saturday night rock & roll oldies show with a DJ who called
himself "Al Payola." When I went into the Coolidge Corner Friendly's to
pick up my ice cream, the guy there knew "Al Payola" and told me his
real name, but I don't remember what it was.
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