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F~ll~ ROUND GOVERN~ NT ANN OL~CE~NT , ,,, .~ WARM UP RE~N~S: A~ aud£enoo ~o ~emin @eared ill p~o~am ~S ~tf ~h~ a~. Rehears~ audience On "Fine Kaymo
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10.7-62 KAY ~ 5UC1~ J~KII ROUTINE N~ - Hollywood 1. - ][A.T~MAZ(~ @GVRRNMENT ANNO~C~T iIOZ~T~Y 13~RRY ?R~D~CTION GROU~ GROUP ~A
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FAY ~t8 COM,IOB ~ h~;SIaAL KN~ ~SV ( OPENII~q~ ~) Tonight, from Holl~n~ood be$ore an audlsnco of AFmp, Navy a~d L~EX 8~RI~ p~enen~s NAY K~R~ G0~E 0~ K~ICAL KNm & (~EINE~ ~ ~ ~ A~NOK APPI£UZ UP OI@)
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A~CE: 3m, Eve|l|! fol~j ho~ ylall? FINE, KAY| (SIGN) goodness| Yesj for the first ti~e, %ho |ell|E| ha| an all-glrl ~tudent bo~j Ioau~e weirs holding |lass with B~e of ~he ~Pe~ios~ Army, NaV~ and Ned C~oss n~noa. Tonight wears donna rOally learn s~thlng about ~Iret aid. I ~ow all there le to know about that& I ~pent ~hree 7ears in it, Ish! You |pent three yearn in First £1d? Oh,°.I thought you said Fi~et G~a~e! Wellj youths rlghtw loause~~F1rnt Aid le Just ~~_~ klnderga~ten of nu~s~. . • • __ II III I I ~ L I I I. i ...... ill if ii ..... .~d~ | • ~O Ish~ retm~at~ These Slrlies swe~t ape anxious to o~t@ for th~ $Ii~ im ~nlted Statss ~ar Non~ ~Ti~es| BUt while we're settln' ready zo~ tha float ~ound th~ille~, h~.s a tune that,s a killer diller. Come ~, ehilltm~ yotes ~ " i, ( NAIANAZO0 ..................... SULLY) (AUDIENCE APFLAU~E ) P
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¢O~CIAL #i - ~ - i0/7/4~ NOW Waltln' to Bpeak to us is the ma~ who sees thi~a your way and says t~lngs your way ... Martin B1oekt (PICK UP PBOM ~M YORK) several months ago, I told you £o~ka a~out a little Invostlsatl~ that ~ personally oonduoted, in whloh X ankod !~oyle who were st~-an~e~s to met add ~o smoked oigarettes other than Luoky ~lkep whT they smoked that particular brando ~ellp ~ust the other night I c~nducted anoth~ little pers~l sm~vs~" .o. but this time, 1 asked people ~0 were smoktnK Luokles what it was about IAWM7 Strike tha~ they liked. And while I got several different al~swers, ~ogt 0£ ~he~ ~evolved about one point. Z was most 5Jnl~*e|oed when one ms~ 8aid to ~e, wI 0moke XA~Oklea¢ hearse ~sve bee~ smoMing now almost ~0~ forty yecrs~ and ~ ~ues8 T~ve t~led every diA'£erent ~and~ ~t in ~orty years oY smoking yo~ ~ ~,~_,, learn that a eig~rett oan only taste as g~od aa the tobaeeo I And while I'~ not e toheoeo expe~t, I c~n recognize the taste of that ~ tobacco in ¢¢tckle8.~ (MO~)
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KYI I (REVlS~) N~w,'~a~n* to speak to u8 i~ the man who ~ things your way and say8 things your way*,** ~rtin BlooE| (SWITCH-OV]~RTONEWYO~*,~PICKUPCO~IAL NO, l*) (A~ROX. 1,30 ) {RE~NT2~ Cu~) BLOCKz S~ round, 8o fl:'lns so fully ~4ke~***$o fPee and easy On t~e d~aw that eaah an~ every pu£f is t~uly a deli6ht, l~m sure that you, too, ~i find that if youtll light a Luek~, you111 like a LUCky* (SWITCH-OVPR TO HOLLYWOOD, CALIF.)
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oom~m~L #L (o~o) - z * io/7142 We21w you knowp folkaw I ,felt like throwing m7 srm~ ~bout that maD, beoaule 2t v~s ~ust anothe~ average emoko2' te].12~ mo whet I have be~ tolllng yo~ Zora J.o~ t~.me,,,that ~.n n oJ.~arettep 2t~8 the tobaoao ~hat oolzlta~ ~d ~hs"~ ~ ~Jt~e me~e ~Ane tobaeoo, Lnd 7o~ en~o~w6nt o1" that £1ne tobaoco In Luokles £s fur~har enhaBae~ by the £aot that I~ L~ok2es you have a ol~z.ette, an rour~ so fizz, ~o ~'u~l~ paoked ,.. ~o f~ee nml eaay on the draw that each and every pvft ~ that 1£ )'ou~ll ll~;ht a Lueky~ you'll 1Lke a ~oky. (FICE UP F10~4 HOLL~OCO)
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m: Wolooms mu~O | Y~uld I~t'~er h.~ yomr I~sS Kate o~ms p~ote~ar Kl~'| ~tsh him~ ~d J~ armmd, He s as~ aa a ~ He ean ~wJr ~ttle dolm. He Just aLult built ~hat ~l (APm..~UB) P~ofessor, the gills are read7 &nd they all lo~k b~av~ [ Well pu~ a ou~l in m~ ha~ m~ hall me a Waves | And ot~ f1~s~ e~le ~aute~tant i~ ( ) Q .4-
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. IoI~14e f~ Now, let's hear i~om ]~tln Block .oo (~¢x ~p ~ ~ Y~) BLOCK I F~4~p ~n you b~ a Paokage 0£ ~i~re~tel, open %heI~ end light t ~ ~ ~ ~ [I ~ aa you take the fl~It puff, what do you expeDt~ I ~htnk I can answ~ ~hat question ~ 7ou~ Fi~a~ and £o~moet# you ~xpec~ a oigeretto ~hat 1I going ~o teat8 good to you. And ~ht now, I would l~ke to 8how you why I th~nk that Luoky at~Ike II the oisarette ~or you ... -4-
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(FAD~ IN CHANT. CR~ ~C~E) Y~DA~ S WHS~N $~ RUY-~Ls LaUrel ~d 8e~tl~eDrwel~o pesnaoting ~ typiaml SOuthern tob~ooo aU0~iOD.. Tobaooo fo~ ~ ¢l~ette+ whatevep 2ts bwnndw~ Is bou~t nt ~uetlo,s like this .~. (CHANT UP . SCUD LM~ICA~ ~T 43) ~b CCI~~I~T) Thee ara hun~eeda of t~ike~m of ~o~ooo In th28 huge wa~ehoume - ~nd e~eh lm mold individually - sold to the hi,heat bidder.,~ (C~,~T UP - SOLD TO EVA~8 AT ~) ~ooa tobcoeo~ bo~a .~+88£. In th£a o1~ oo~Petlt~o~D ~h~ better ~he tobaoeo~ the 11velie~ t~ biddin~,. And he~e~k a b~skot o£ rlpo, ligh~ mild leaf, ~he k~l that makes ~ou the b~s~ oigeret~,. So etgl~t a~? ~he ~arehoc~emsn~s ope.lng bid o£ ~ doZla~s a hundred pound~ wn~ bid up to ~7 - ~8 ~ 39 - and now Duok? ~t~lke bids 40 - ~ leaf ocm]~J~7 41 - zu~othal* olg~.I'~tte c~ompan7 42 - export company 43 - 43 - bu~ Z~uek7 8~rtke m~kes f~ 44 - yes~ 44 dolings,. An~ mo~e bldatr. 1~o, ~s going . ~:otng *',.,m. - ~,~T ~' - SO.W .,,~amI~) (g~x)
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/it~ .5~ (HEgISSD) 10-V-4S £mo~ ITivate Jack Ki~well. ~ ~qliottp Callf., i~ the at~ of one of t~ome servloe men who ai~ntt want to Set well beoaume he wae in Iove with a beaut~f~ nu~ae - or ae the servloe men would ~ - he was a "Sold brlck~% This fellow to~k a look at the madloine ~ sold (PLAy). ~t then the besutlful nurse cm in and said, "Did you ta~ your m~dlelne - and before you anewer me rein.tuber (PLAy) 0~ n~ge-slek sheik sald ~'Tmutl~fully, I dldnlt teke it - I dldmtt need my wdlolne. All I need i~ (PLAY) would you call him a "wolf in s1~ep olothln~"~ ~~o~l~L~e~re 3 names well.kno~n to nU~n~n~ - They are CXora Bart~w F1o~once Ni6htlngalep and El~£e Janls. ,~hioh of these founded professional n~slngp which fo~ded t~ Red C~OSOj and which was the sweetheart of the A.E.~., and by entertaining in lo~s of cameo, did ss muoh good as medicine? Yes sip, 811 of tho~s famous wo~e~ w~ll llve f~ev$~ in the m~mories of o~ fightin~ men. And thot re~s me~ot of ~Io~ thln~s to say ~bout the he~olc de~ pepfo~med by our sePvlcs ~ du~Ing this and other wa~o but~ mpeeL-ei~ally r~quested us not to make mention of the~. I think that
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-6- (~8~) I0-7.4S 3~ A ee~taln n~ee had e pet2~at who wa. vet? f~nd of .~ffee and J, M. Hadrian of La~gnoa~ Mi~6an s~m by p~ay2n8 the radio themea ~ ootfee ~opams you ahould he able to tell us thl bmandB he ~am aski~ for. (PLAy) Can you nm a star of emoh ~ncw~ 4. ht~8 have 5holt Fet ~'sea and L2eut, alan~ Bill Mu~ra~ ~ S~ ! Frinolmoo polnta out tha~ n~mae~ hav~ ~h8ir pe~ pa~en~ ~ One !i~I~ ~e ~a~ ~u ~ pu~ ~ou~ a~ a~om~ ~i~ ~n~ sin~ ~ aon~ to him with I Io~ of feeling. (PLAY)(~RD)
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~nk youw Basil Ru~mdael° And there, ladies and g~lma~, in a nutohe%l~ you have the ver~ bee~ reason in the w~id wh7 you should ~oke Luokles~' It'm beoluoo no olga~o~te can be any ho~t~' than ~he tohaooo It Qoutalne~ and t7 oareful seleetl~ at market a~er market, the makere of Lucky Strike Ciga~etteo b~ ~eket a£~e~ beaker o~ fi~e~olightert m11der lea~ that has made the ~ane LUe~ Strike Bean fine tobaooo. Qne ~eed not be a to~aooo expert to ~ully appreoiate that onl~ throu~ the use of quallt~ tobaeeo oa~ ~ou ohta~ a quallty smoke6 But when independent tohaeoo exPerts..~ '#~rehous~o~p &11ot~O~ee~8~ b1~er8 .~, mD who we ~u~t admit a~e 1~ a posltlo~ to know tobacco best, indicate that ~ey ~efer L~ek~es two to one, it oeases to he a ~oblm as to which cigarette o~e should smoke~ I say to you .~ "~oke the Hoke tobaeoo ex~erto smoke-~ I oa~ ~het knoWing full ~ell that you~ choice will auto~atieall~ ~o to the olgare~te tha~ mean~ ~lne tohleoo++ and that eigarette is Luek~ St~ke ~.. 8o rourd~ so rlr~, so rull~ l~oknd '..~ so f~'ee and ea~
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5* Pot P~iva~e Eenry MoGinness of Po~t Jaoksonj Sout~ Oaroline~ we're gei~ to orea~e a radi~ ward of the 0ollege of Mulieal Knowledge~ and you'~e nursing severll perlonal~lem° How l~ the following i~e~uatio~, tell ue whc~ you'~e nu~ng. The first pa~nt saTs (KAY l~Atate ). ~ a~ ~ou app~oaeh the next p~tl~nt you are g~eeted wi~h (HARRY i~Atahe ) And ~ha~ ,~n ~ou ~e~ elose to the thA~d m~e ~ou be~o~ ~z~A~hned beesu~e he is the.... (KAY i~At~he ) 6. ~hLm abe f~om ~I~ ~ov~ of BevePly Hills is about a n~se who was as~i~aed ~o a s~olal wa~d ~d ~n t~ia ~on~ she th/nk~ 7ou ahoul~ be a~le to tell ~g who h~ P~tien~s w~e. (PLAy) ~he fi~ thin~ sh~ did ~h~n she w~n~ into ~h~t wa~d in the ~o~ntz~ was ~o 5~t b~y with ~he soap and water beosule ~ a~ allowed to hav~ (pLAY) But ~tddenl~ as she waa oo~n~in~ nosee ~he le~ o~ a e~y, One of ~h~ was ~ f~oa hil ca, ibg So as ~he nurse ran ~ro~d lookin~ ~e hi~ she said (~LAy) But taking oar~ o~ babiin ia reall~ a du~7 c~ ou~ ~lvl~a~ n~YseB ~ow~ ~d b~liQv~ ~ tiptoe ~ a~e ~ more snd ~e to r~lace th~l~ ~ra~lt7 ~lst~s wh¢ ar~ HoAng into the service* (A little hand $o~ ou~ oivAll~n nu~so~ too.) (APPLAUSE) -V-
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P~o£eseoe t~t~k all fo~ o~ fi~et gro~ of ~s~. ~ii r~d ou~ ~ wirhqe~ end vi~& versa! Itm a~yl Hey hey| Pro~eeeorD you look palehaon,~ you feel very nii~ n ~n, Li i i . ! L I -- _ ~,il .... ?'~" 22 tu~ _''. mm~ml ~ilj.'q"-=- ..... _ " ~ -: __.. ~w ~ will s~ o~e ~o give me an emJwinatA~n. A~DRFIs ~II, te ~iw dolla~a sb~,ll ilsten tO ~ lungs. ~'rofe~oz,~ ~ee~I ~ ~se that,8 ~ot t~at fi~it ~ou~ oinched; ~eli~ ~Iv~ me thlety-a~ miles ~ ho~ ~nd ea/l m~ p~no~dt If it Isnet My d~a~ • ~ve w~'x ~ dipl • o ( • ( ~ wang MY ~,sUc~'~ gomz....Dom~rmO P ~A~D: Airn~EY: KY~R: H~A~TA~:
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-9- {R~VIS~,D ) NOw, letta heSm from Msmtln BlooM..., (swnc~-ov~ ~ro s~ zo~....Fzcz ~e co~r~ciAn Na. 2) (AP~ox. 2,.45) BLOCK~ (R~ CUEI) I say that knowSng fUll well that youp ~oloe will autc~eat1~elly go to the ci~aPet~e that means fine tobaceo# and tha% clgaP~tte is 12~Ck~F S~rlko,,,Io roundj ~o fi~, ao fully packed,,,ao f~ee and eaB~ on ~he dPaw. (SW[TCK-OVE8 TO HOLLYWOOD, CALIFo) "B~ CARefUL ITIS MY H~ART". HARRY "9-
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HIESTA~z -10- So now as eaoh nuzse mottu, n8 %0 her station We pause £~ a bi~ Of Identifioa%iOno f (LOCAL NBC STATION 8AYSs) "STATION X X X SAL~2ES T~ AR~Y, NAVY AND FJ~ 0R038 ~RSES"o STATIONS GARHYINQ THIS PR0(}RAH) -iO.
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~tls i0~ in wa P~ofes~ Ln a Reoelvin6 War~p whAlo be and Ilh a~e s~udyin~ banda~ applloation° ~ou He~ ~ofe88~p ~he foo~ i8 a Te~7 o~liOa~od ~a~ Of the bc~7 and mnst be ban~d ex~e~tl~. How in an ~Inaz7 f~a~tu~e, f~s¢ T~A b~ t~ ban~a~ a~ the mklew then a~ the inete~ an~ then aro~n~ Yee. ?i~t ~Me ankle sn~ tb~a the tn~. (PAUm) ~ abou~ ~he h~e1? (aLIgHT ~AU$~) ~h~ ~e~ I ~an w~Ik all ~ht. (LAUGH) KIE~DS ~OSaOT'~ the 8e4~d, ~1~ o~ nV~8~8 is r~e,~'. ~" thl,.~k And ev~ fA~ oonCes~ant is ( ) -11-
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i. This ~ fr~ Miss JoaU Crawfo~d, DaTtonb O~io, is about a se~vloe boy who is devsted to his nuree beea~n mho wag always s~nging to him. ~e aar~ h~m to ~leep at nigh~ and Abe awakened him next mo~ning with a (~IE HUM) ~e n~se sang h~m ba*M to hoalth ~d whan he got out, flr~t thlng he ~d wBs to saBd her (FLAY) with a note whioh said "7ou aa~ yc~r way r~t into ~ heart so (PLAY) And it wasnJt I~ until abe warn slnzi~ (JULIE SI~) Ah, yes. Thoy be~ a devoted oouple ~nd now when he looks into her ~ h~ ~ys~ d~ar you ar~ (FLAY)~ • 2, GenQ L~r~ley of Day~oDa Beach, Ple,, ~s us that the~e are several aharaotem# in nursery mh~m~a ~hst oo~ld have used a numse or two and ~h~ wantm you to idontif~ ~he ohe~ac~ers b~ son~ of the liues in %h~ ~h~rmse ~o~ inAtan~e ~ . who oould hav~ ~sed a n%t~ bee~us~ she had so mm~y children she didnSt 1mow ~%at to d~. (.--.--1 Th~o~s ~no~her littlo boy who eould have used a n~s~ he~au~e h~ f~ll dos~ and brok~ his ~own. ( ) ~md wko was the e~er ~ nee~d a numss be~a~e of a~ a~lde~t he had w~ "h~ loll off a ~all? Too bad ~oo~ be~m h~ was a good ~gg. Can ~ou name ] kinds oZ nu~e~ies? L~ b
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! ~-,/ -13- ( ~ sE~ ) lO-7-~ (~300N~ @~TI0W ROO]~D - Page s) i 3b ~ va~bet~a ~oi~8 of S~e~lln~, Ill°j saT8 to ~Ive you IS so~dl to t0iI US the name o~ Vn~ ~ong° (PLAy) And nurs~y~ for bett~ 0~ worsew wetrB gomla ~u~z1 the t~bles on you, We want yo~ to Lmaglne yo~ hero ~ fev~r~ so put ~hla t~1~a~tep ~de~ yo~iP own tODEU~~ hold you~ own puls~ and sing t~i~ ~une thatte ni~ ~d ho~ (~AY}(CARD) 'il .
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.14- (RBVIS~) 10-V-4~ 5, Oum 8emw~om and ~ed oroes n%Irse~ are now sp~oe~ Ill ove~ %he woi,1<~ a~d of sa~s tpom the follow~ng sounds and son~sj you should be able to tell us what bFan~s of the servloe the7 arl le~ wi~h° HePeVe the s~und effeat. (SOURD) Now h~els a song (~ARTET) N~, Wna~ b~an~h Are ~ou with? (SOV~+D) ~ow l~tem ~aln. (QUARTET) And now whst dlviBi~ o~ %~he ~*m~? (BC~/S) By the way, speakin~ of Cavalry all of us are golng tc get out ~ur boot~ ~nd saddlos~ Jm~p ~ our ponies and gellop ou~ to El Pmso~ Texas. to hold n~x% ~e4~les~a~IB ol~is sessic~ at P~t Bliss~ '" - - ll~m__i -- ~nl I II I _ I I J_ I ~ II I , +~ " "~ - " iii bln ........ . ' i T,lg .... Ill I .... I ~ Ili ...... J II - ~---+- " -- ). 6. ~o~po~al Ei~ens York of Fo~t ~eomgla Wri~j Washln~i~ns points cut ~ in addltion ~ thei~ numaln~ knowle~ep otu~ ~sls here swell dilpolltlc~s and dAspenae a lot o£ ~heer, so o~r fel~ows oalli~ii m~ (PLAy) And beeause of th~ our be~8 ~o away - b~h in mind stud bcd~ feeling (PLAY) And fo~ ~iI the wonderful work our ni~sli~ ~c~i - ~oth oivil~an and ~ePvlco ~ is doin~ and will continue %o do - ~ ~atlcm aayl (pLAY) ( 0LASa BELL) -14-
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H1E*STANDz ISH: EySE~I: 1BE: KYS~RI ~3Ht P~!'esaorp p~fesso~j thates the end of the s~r~o. gell, phone me at mldalght ~ad c~D.1 me ~. D. Gee whizs that's ~. Wha~'fl the mattor~ Ish? I just h~d an X~r~7 taken o£" my chest* Lo~k! I~h! OhJ (REY~SED) I0-7-4~ Thatrs not an X-ray* Thatls e road map o~" Zou~hsrn CeliforniaJ I wondere4 what thoss ~ were doln~ in my windpipe!
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O0~C~AL #~ - 7 - 1017142 ~# ¢~111~n, ~tls time ~o listen ~ that Desn of Co,on Sense ... Ma:t1~ Block[ You knOWw friends, well's really mighty pl, oud that Io man~" people who app~-eoiBte a f£ne mmoke have 0C~ to agree wt~h us that Lucky Strike truly means 1`1he toba~oo~ 1;~# IIve told you how ~ime and time ~8~1n the makers o1` ~ckles at ~bllo auotlone ~ ~t ~e ~ac~ St~Ike lea1`-. But the mskers o1" I~ckiea do mo~e than Just bu~" 1`l~e to~c~e ~d theB ~rsse~t it to you i~ a ~e~ ~'ike Cigarette'. We boilers tb~t any rob&coo no fine Sa ~eservlng of a fi~e settlnS, ~ch aooo~ts 1`o~ ~ho fa0t that in Luokie~ you have a cigarette so round~ so l*~m~ so fully pa~k~d ~.. so f~o and easy on ~he dr~ You need o~llr reX1 a Lusk7 between yot~ fln~e~e Just as ~nd flr~ ~nd fully pcoked;
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CO~CZAL #3 (OON~) - s - lO/V/t2 And the othe~ nl6ht I discorded • little test you can I,ke, to ~the~ ~ove that iris ~ee ==d eam7 on the draw. Z~t me ihow yout (B~INE~S|...) ~ ........... -- _ " I Itm going to place ~be~ ~ lips= strike a matchw hold that match ~$a~ the tip of the oi~rette. Inste~ of ~awt~g in to li@ht the oig~ette, Itm going to bl~ through the ols~ette, And what happens? .- the matah gou out. T~ it yourself aometl~e, and then &fret doln~ that do as Itm doing now .o. strike anotho~ match and light you~ Luok7 in the usual wry, That little test which you o~n makep will do more than anythlng to oonvlnoe you that Luokies a~e t~17 ao moundw mo firm, so ~lly ~oked ..,. 80 f~ee =rid o~y on the dr&w. Ar~ with eaeh puff, youtll mope t~uly re&llze that ~aoky Btrike meBns fine tohaoco. Ladle= and gemtl~en~ Ma~tln Blcek has put the facts right on the barrel head: Zn • ols~=tte it's the tobaoeo that oou~t~ and Luok7 ~trike mea~s fin_._~e tobaoco. Re~ember, with men ~ho ~mow tobacco best, It's 8 m
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RUYSDAED: (REVI$ED) 10-7-42 NC~ chtll~n, ltt8 tt~ to limten to that Dean of Gown Sense °,, ~rtin BlockZ¸ (~IT~O~ER TO ~ YORK °.. PICK UP OOEIAL NO. ~) (ap~ox 1~40) Ladle8 ond gentlelenw ~tln Bloek has p~t the faat8 r~ht on the ~el hsad - in a eIK~e~te Itrs the tobaa~ th~ count8 and Luolcy Strike means fine tobaooo~ Rem~e~ wlth ~en ~ho ka~ow tobaoco best~ ~tfa Luckfe~ 2 to Io (SNITGHOVER TO HOLLYWOOD~ CALIP,) 7, ii AT LA~ ..,,., GRO~ GROUP
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ISHt ~s XSH: H~A~,~ K~: (REVISED) i0-7-42 -IV- P~ofesso~, a~e you ready for the final @we cuties~ Yes, and theytre really sweet Datu%le$o Yetis get this co~tes~ wo~, son, J~t a mlnutsj Profeleo~, Wharfs the matter with you, Igh? I~v6 go~ ~somnia, Do yo~ s~ppose one Of t~leao ~%~ae8 oould tell me what to do fop it~ Donlt bother these nums~s, Ish* Why donlt you t~ oou~ntlng sheep if youtv~ Sot in6~nla? Aw, I t~led that but it doesnlt womk° I oa~ neve~ get past ten sheep. Why? (LAUO~S} (FANPAKE) Wetre in the S~e~oh, P~ofease~L Ye~| YetWs see which n~se wina the ~b6r one p~so. And the first one to ta~ la (ADD FINAL ~) -l?- P
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I. AS I look into the angolio faoes of ~hese oute little oheru~ I!m reminded of angels. (Ain't they awletV) And speaking of angels, I'm remlnded of little devils. (Ainlt I the one?) So, for our final exam letBs ~o f~ctc one extreme to another and di~ouss a~els a~d devils. 1~irstl ~stelle Peterson of¸ Walnut Creek, Callfornla ssys (PLAY). Yes, she says the ..._._.____sin@ ~hen (PLY, Y). One of the flr~t a~d gres~eat pictures made of air pilots hsd to do with sn@els. Do you know the name of it? I hope this one from ~dT Potter in Sa~ Frsnolsco doesn't put you in the middle. First he wants you to n~me this song (PI~.Y). Now ean you na~e the best known opera whloh deals with the devil? It's by Gounod. Do you llke your opera~ P&ust or slo~? -18-
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Step up ~ little rand faos this one from Helen Hi~e~ of gh.~@~1, sh~ s~y~ ~W~ ~' "~'. ~" "~ ; ...... ~- ....... - .... (PLAY) Lov~ bloasome~ and It wssn~t long before he went 6roundI~~0 ev81~o~e~ ~t'. the ~u~'A~el FOod'B oake? ~ D~vil Foodls oaks? 4, Look o~t for this one from Rsy Barker of Alb~uer~e, New Mex~eo. It'8 a good o~d Jazz song thsb Zsh Ka Blbble u~ed to s~ a lot* In fsot, you mlghb ~ay it18 a rip ~no~ter an~ a catll meow, Y - " " | . --| ~ hot pstutee. (PLAY) W~-li ~ .... ~ ..... iL'- ~ ..as p.. -- . . . . _ | Ifno are ~hI devll ~c~ J i -19-
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Hi J "y_~-~" i , * i • .* . i liB I i i nII I ...... -- r I. lIT ..... . F~ -- .. rfSER I ~iI woll, Nmllelm~/% wo've g~ ~l~e w~ rlSht ~f qui~k. OirI|, b#h ~ y~ ,~o oL_ ~.- " " . BO feast your eyes on the first pri~e of fifty dollar United ~tes War Bond. And t~ J | I ill I bhe other four almost ohamps~ oaeh ~et ~en dolls~ i~ 8svln~ Stamp~.
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six le~ t Oe+P~o~ o1" l+~+oP+£em,+ And theni TO an yo~ O~le~i IOU~ ohee~l i~le b@~l#lI Bo Io~ ei#~ le~ a peokage o~ better tlum ever LUCKY S~II~ ClQAR~TI. (cmmlts) .lttlf lmi+ (0~"f tll3DIi~lt0B CI~4,D) .la0.~..
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HIESTAND: lO-7-42 And nqw, ladles and gentlemen, Kay K~SSr ~hmouEh the coum@esy Of our sponsor, and at ~e request of ~he Uni@ed Stat~a Government brings you a special mess e not over one mlnu~e and a half £n length on Army m Navy~ ~L . -21- J
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FOr the last h~u~ ~Itge bee~ look~nI in the faoes of a ~o~ of Aa~Ioan heross ~o ga~, end Red Cross nurses, and believe m8 they a~e heroes - Just aB ~h so as our boyl tho fl OUr plaDes, oom~an~ o~r 8hipg, and fire our ~"~nm, ~re trained ~ad~ate n~sea like thole. Why - beoause ~dequate nu~alr~ personnel 18 as vital a pnoteotion to Our boys as the e~uipment they have an~ no one but registered nurees h~ve sufficient training and expertene~ to do the Sob, We ~ow %he hospitala and dooto~s of Am~rl~a have a p~blem b~osuse It ie their Job go keep our olv[ll~n ar~ wello,~, and the health of o~r nation is vital N the WaP effe~t, ~owevs~ the~e aPe m~n~nied ~ses In our o~u~tr~ ~ho have retlred~ and so we ap~81 to the~ to SOPVe their co.try by going baok into aotive duty in hospitals and with ~ur ~oo~or~, so tl~t you ~egiskered nurses between ~1 ~n~ 40 ~N mingle oan do war duty with the United States arm~ for~s by Joi~iN the Red C~oss first ~eserv • ou~ servi~e boys a~l ove~ the world a~e depending on yo~ a~d we know you wlll not let them d~wn .- donlt put it of Pe l~ole S~.~ nee~ you r~
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KAy: ~E3TAND: -23- Io-7-42 And now, chill~u, this is Kay K~er, thi~kir~ of you, Thanks a lot for being with us, and so lone everybody. (APPLAUSE) ~ne flmous tobacco au~tloueers he~d on tonIEhtts pro~am were ~. F.E. Boone of Lexlnsbon, Kentucky and It. L°A. (Speed) Riggs of Gol~bero, ~Carollna° This pro~Tam came to ~ou from HollYWOod and Ne~ York. • THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO~IPANY. ~RooucW~ ~ECO~D:
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, I loI141 i Shortwave Broadcast October 1% St~t!on W.R.C.A. KAy I~fRER LUOKY STRIKE ROUTINE Fort Bliss, Texaa Io THIS IS THE ARMY, ~. JO~R GROUP CO}~ERCIAL OIIE ROUND ONE 2,¸ PRAISE THE LORD AND PAss THE A~MUNITION ~ROUP 3, h~ZTE C}~ISTMAS L0U ANNE 00~EROIAL TWO 4° CAiN IT GET OUT (3F THIS MOOD STATION BRFa~J~ ROUND TWO 5* MA~ATTAN S~RENADE I~RODUCTION CO~CIAL THREE 6, ll)AHO OR~TRA. J I ~INAL R01TND GOV]~N~NT At~NOUNCEM~T 8, NOBODYIS G%WEETHEART ORC~STRA ]~LiF/Ry AND GROUI~ WARM U~ R~IN~S: A~k R~lenoe to ~emain ~oated til , pr~m is off the air, ~Bhear~e audien~ on i~ea Ar~I
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-i- THE A~ICAN TOBACCO COMPANy KAy KYSERIS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNC~EDGE #2~8 originates at Theatre #3 - Fort Bliss - El Paso, Texas (with swi~hovers to NBC - New York for commercials) 8:00- 9:00 PM~ i0~00 - ll~O0 BMEWT WEDNESDAY, October I~1942 HEISTAND: HEISTAND: HEISTAL~D: Smoke She smoke tobacco experts smoke| - (BOONE: CHANT ENDING SOLO A)~ICAN - 43 tc ~ INCLUSIVE) Let that chant remind you tha~ Lucky Strike means fine tobacco - so ro~k~d~ 8o firm, so fuOly packed, so free and sas~ on the draw, No wonder that with men who know tobacco best~ i~Is Luckies two ~o one~ From For$ Bliss in E1 Paso~ Texas --- LUOKY STRIHE presents ~Y KYSERtS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE | (AUDIENCE HOLLERS I~A AR~Y'i) (I'HOORAY") (T~INKING OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) -i--
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KYSER : AUDIENCE : i ISH: KYSE~ : ISH: KYSEN : ISH,* Evsninw folks, how ylall. Well, isok st us way out here in Texas with the artillsry the cavalry and the anti- airopa~t men at FoPt Bliss. And believe ~ these three fightlnI branches are golnI Do show ~he Axis what a 'Fort Bll~s-krleg'r is like~ How about it, fsllahs~ CHEERS .... fl n 71 1 ] i .. r T. lm I I I I ~. ...... L. "~- "T L L [" dld you call t111s plaee, p~ofessor? Bliss ! Iyo~ call it 21iss) T~ATIS SILLY| Why is i~ silly? Lookj yOU geD ~p a~ five in the m0Pnir~ ~rk out fo~ ~wo hoursj eao breakfast~ ~ miles~ eat lu/zch, walk ba~ ~ m11ss, pull a cannon aP0und all afternoon, practice anti-aircraft K~znnln~ ~til yeulre black i~ the racep plaN nurse-maid to a ho~se, get Hill " - 1] ,, get In bed JUSt in time fOP the btl~lep De blow you cud agaln. --- AND YOU GALL THAT BLISS | I LAUGH) "2"
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KYSER : lo-14-~ s e b t t d e r I hj go g t a~k In ha ~c ~ corne~,Ayou~ talk ! l II ~ So come on, chillUn~ yeC's~~ i, THIS IS TEE ARMY, ~. JONES. . . ......... GROUP (ADDIENCE APPLAUSE) -2A-
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co--climB #1 - ~ - 20/14/42 (~0u EL P~oe TEXt) Uow hemet8 the m~ who always looks ~oP the fasts *** All ~ightt Ma.~'t£n Blook~, (PICK UP PRCM NEH YORK) you k~ow~ fmiendc~ life • B~ple mattem for me to stand in ~ont of this mismophone and say to you# ewlth met) who k~ tobacco hest~ Itls Luokles ~wo to one." But unleam we stop and &naly~e that statamentp much of its moanl~8 28 Icetp ~ the other hamdt I have n~ rlght whe~ you ~u~e in ar~ wlsh to he~ Kay Kys~ entemtaln Tou~ to ask Tou to stop and analyze a~ythlng I might ~ay. ~h~h iS ~n~ ~ llke to ~olnt Out the tPue meanln~ underlying man~ of the ~tats~ent~ you hear about Duck~ ~tmtke ~l~rette~o Let's take that statement~ uwtth men who know tobaoeo best~ $%~e Lu~kies two ~o one." Jus~ who a~e these m~m who know tobacco beet, I thi~k lt~ lnt~re~t~ to note that in the tobacco ~dust~y# the~e ares ~a~7 ~n~ not ~onneoted w2th an~ c2ga~ette e~mp~n~ ~o have spent a 12fetlme buyln~ sell~ng and handlin8 toha~cg° The7 have 8pent a 12fet2me lea~nlng what eonltttutea fl~e smokln~ tobaooo~ and b~ rheim suseess in the tobao¢o bu82ne~s have oapahl~ de~Gnstmated that the~ a~e dese~vi~ of the t~tle, "independent t Oha~OO ex~t~ e~ (~oRm)
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co~cIA~ #1 ~C0~TD) . ~ ~ 10/14/4Z Wh6D the~le men attend public auctio~e~ as they do in the oo%~ae of %help business day~ and when they see the makers of Luok7 Strike ClSarette8 aequlFiDK basket after basket of finer tobaQoo v,, add they e~et help but see that .~ itls l$ttle wonder that when we ask these men about their I~eferenoe In a ¢lgarstte, we find that with these men, I~zokles have more than twice as many exclusive smokers as all other bFaDde of ei~rettes Qomblned~ Yes, f~ienda, we know that no el~rette san be any better than the tobaeco it eontains, We know that we buy the fl~er tobaeoo f~ Luoky Striket We know tha~ f~Der tobacco 1| ID the Luokles you smoke today. And we km~ that Laektee baa~ the stamp of a~al of independent tohaeeo ~pert~st 80 that youm guide to the aeleetion of a ol~arette desired to ~ve you more amokin6 enJoymemt, becomes clearly evident In the aDalyais of that simple phrase, Wwith men who know tobacco beet, ltvs Luekles 2 to I,w (Pxo~ UP ~o~ ~ Pi.so)
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ICA~ - 3- io-14-~ NOW herets the man who always looksfor the fact~ ,.. all righB, MarBin Block. (SWITBHOVER TO NEW YORK., PICK UP CO~CIAL NO. i) (approx 1.40) BLOCK: (RETURN CUE:) So that your guide to the selection of a oIgarette desSgnsd to give you more smoking enjoyment becomes clearly evident In the analysis of that simple phras% with men who know tobacoo b~t, Itts Luckle~ two to one, (SWITOHOVERT0 FORT BLISS, EL PASO, TEXAS) ORCHESTRA REPRISE: -3-
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i: j J II~ Ill I --, ......... _-~_ -~'~" "~ "" iii ,ITII~ ORCH: REPRISE~ ~'HE'S A JODLY GOOD I~OW~ ORCHESTRA: P~ofeeeorls ~ Jolly Good ~ellow, Hi~ m~Ic is bright and iris mellow, ~es az~e 9o old T, hat they smeJ-l-¢ nobody can deny! SOUND: C5A88 BEL~ HIESTA~O: Profess~, the boys are all loaded and ~eady to go| KYSER: Well t~O~ 1~$ see whD wln~ all ths ntm~be~ one d~t~h, And our £1rst flghtin~ contestant ~s (ADD FIRST EXAM) i
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-8- i0-14-42 l. Miss Pat Momse~ Chicsgow Iii, forws~ds us a letter she got f~om heP bey frlend ~latloned here at Fort Bliss, His l~tter reads - "Deer - when I arrived here I had ~y choice of three branches of the service. I chess cavalry because I always loved (PLAY) I wish I hadnlt uowp because the first time I got on~ the horse threw me and believe me (PLAY) I was mighty sore the next day, but I Sot back on and as I rode all I co~d say was aI'll sure bo glad (FLAY) I thou6ht lid never conquer that beasts but I finally did end now Itll guarantee you (PLAY) ~. L, H, Taulman, Needles~ Calif. wants to know som~hlng about the a~tillePy and thL%ks Mou may be able to answe~ the question, Is a Cannon Tow~l used to wlpe off a we~ canon? Was Uncle Joe Canon a member of the UoS, Artillery, and if not he was a member of what? Is a barrage a place wh~re they keep i11e jeeps? Well, we ooulduti get a Jeep in the class room tonight so we want you to take th~s pogo stdok and while Me.ire bott~clng arouZld on itj sing the words to the J~ay B~lknce," (C~nD) b
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-8- 10-14-42 3, Eleanor Kinney of San Fra~oisoo~ Calif. says a oertain anti-aircraft gvAqn~r down here got So used to looking at the sky that he beoame famillar with lots of kinds of birds. For instanQe in a flash he knew ~h6n it was a (HARRY: WHISTLE) One look and he could tell a (BOBBY) This anti-airorsft ~tknner even knows the exao~ time (MAX: OORH TROMBONE) He couldnrt tell the different kinds of pigeons if they were flying away but the minute they stetted baokj he ]~uow beceuse they w~r8 (PLAY) What klnd were they? S skiz~ Qf Flyl~, we're glad t© have boys with us toui~t from ~e Field Ar~ Air ~ue, right ns~ tc Fort Bllss. And you b~ l£s~s~ir@ in ~e Y~ ~$ss H~pltal ri~t n~ - We'll be wltb TC~ ri~ after %~i~t1~ e~e 8~81c~. 4. Speaking of antl-airoraft, Staff Sergeant Glen Atchison of Fort Brag~ N.C. would llke for you to distinguish b~tweon antilope, is ~nti-silly som~thlnK to counteract germs? CONTESTANT~ What wa~ the wo~d again? KAY: Ant~-silly - ant - ± T silly, (CARD) CONTESTANT: YOU oertalnly ar~ / -6-
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-7- 10.14-42 5, N0W wel~e golr~ to %ell a sto~ with sound sffectB and Ba~bar& B~own o~ S~l~V~t Indiana says if yo~ identify the so~%d effsQta ~ouVll tell the ~Qry, A ~a~ad~ pearult got on an untrained (BUD) and ~u~ ~hQ ) ~n~ ~s fi~t pads whieh was (SOUND: COCONUTS) All o: a sudden there Was a (JACK) which made the ( ) start to (00CONUTS FASTER). ~lhen there was (PISTOL) and quisk like a shot t~ horse started to ( )o The recruit yel]ed "haltII but the horse said (BUD: NEIGHS) Then the horse said "You san halt if you llke, b~t Itm (pLAy) 6. Itls football time in the college and Machinists' Mate E. I, Nyman of Ssz~ Diego~ Salif. poi~t~ out %hat some terrifio Texas teams are golng to tear up the terrain this ~omlng Saturday. For Inetanoe Texas Tech tackles Baylor and Tex@s 0hristlan tangles with (FLAy) and Little Rock will Reck when ArkanBas tussles with (FLAy) (ApFr.~A~dE) SOUND: CLASS BELL < b -T-
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EYSER ! 18HI ISH| E~atlR ! %mHs I m ...... I IIII ...... |JlJ , , q ..... ~i__ _ ± ~' 11 IIIII II I 11. • . --~ ~-~ -- ......... -~ Ja ~hlm., ~ • ~ZSTA~Ds (LaUra) P~o~esso~ ~he wl.mne%',, h~ really did s~ell, .8- z
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Well dl~e me a bl~ and eall me AWOL. Ires Ah~ M~° , you had a good moore~ But donft go away °.. you got~a ans~ mome me~e, So light up a Luokp while you wait ,.. the res~ o£ ~he ~hAll~ have all ;re happy to have f~ f~ yqa. got a date with a ~u~e ~ " ,m-= .... • "P~alee Zhe Lo~d And Pass The A~un~tion." 2. PRAI~ T~ L0~D AND PASS T~ AMM~ITION., ..... ...,,GROUP ~. WHITE ................................. A~ C~TSTMAB LOU
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J C0~RCI;~L #~ -" 4 - 10/14/4~ (~o~ EL P.~,oe ~) NOW ohill~D lefts lilten 1o thl man who tblnk| auollonl - llke actlone - speak louder than wo~d8 ... Ba~tin Bloo~° In case an~ of you folks tuned i~ lale2 ~t t~ beginmSng of OUI" show~ ~[ took a m~ent ~o explain the impol"tance to you of the statement that with men who kno~ tohaooo belt, itts Luokies two to one, amd how a hatte~ uDde~standinE of ~hat etat~e~t might bring to you 69~tev smokin~ enjoyment through Lueky Strike, But now~ with the help of Basil Ruysdael, wee~e going to ~oenact a typ!eal tohaoeo auotio~ with independent tobaooo expel*re .In action. (noes) . 4 .
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(0R(T,/D NOISE -- Ol-lr~T) RUYSD~EL t WHeMA~: RUYSDAEL I W~MAH: R~/4DAEL | lo/14/42 I~lea and gentlement, independent experts are here to buys, sellw and handle the leaf~ The ~ama of the auctlona is their bread and but~erL (CHANT UP - SCUD A~XCAN AT ~5} 32~ (CNANT) YO~I kl3ow, eaoh basket 0~' tObaoeQ in thll h1~e warehollse is sold Indlvld~all~ - B~Id to th@ hlghes% blddeP~. (CHANT UP - SOLD TO FLEMING AT 58) Good toba~o0, boys ,.. 36L ~OHANT) That was %he w&rehouaema~ aelllng OUt ~he opening bid - herb ~n indSpend~t expept - sat8 %he al~tio~e~ ~ 80 ape a nmaber o£ the buyeps~ And wolfe going to see lively blddlng £o~ thls haaket of ~Ine mlld lea£~ Al~eady the opening ~rloe Of 36 dollars a hlmdrnd pounds has been h2d up fPom 35 to 3;7 to 38 and nOW Lueky dtPike bids 5% - an IDd~peDdo~t ~e~ P&~B@8 it to 40 - mnothe~ ci6a~ette O~pa~ bld8 41 - an independent b~sP 42 - a lea~ o~pan~ 43 - ~ ~xpePt ocm~ 44 - but ~k~ ~rlk~ bids 45 dollars. The auctlo~eer eha~ts 4~ - 45 - but no more bid~ - 45 doll~rs ~a top ~loe fez' this ~aket so it~e going - going . (OHA~ UP - 80~ AM~ICAN) -5.
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CO~E~OZ~ ~ (c0.~) - 8 ° io/14/42 YOU heard the &~tloneer nay SSold Am~ioan.s You heard the wa~ehouaea&n call the starti~ hld~ and had you been An attendanae at an &uatlon like that you would also have seen ~.r~epondent ~yers I~tting An their blda fop those baskets of tobaoooe Those buyore represent no @i~papette @omp~yo The waPehous~e~ add @he auctlonee~ oell toba@oo to anyone who washes to buy. They a~e t~uly 1~epeDde~teo They all have ~s~ one bOSS 4e, Toba@¢o~ Itts Just d~-to-e~th# 0~z~on sense with 'bhose men who know tobacco best, with these tobaoeo expepts, that the quality of' a olga~et@e !8 de~e~In~ by the quality of the tobae@o fp@~ w~@h Ires m~de, Did I @ay UWlth these tobOeoo expePtB~" ~y~ you donet have to be ~ @xpePt to meallze that. ltls ~uat Qommon ho~se-sense °oo you oaDet make a K'ood elgai~ette out of anythln8 but ~ood tohaeoo *o* add @~t ~oc~ tohaocoe that flne Luoky St~"Ike leaf is In every Z~AOM~ you light, Yes, el~, Lu~k~ Strike meads l"ll~e tobaooo, and I know that if you will ll6ht a Lueky, you'll llke a Luoky, so ro~md~ so fi~m~ so fully 1~OEed. °°*. 80 ~Pse and easy on @he d.Pawe ('nc~ ~e ~a,~ ~., PAeo)
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E~aER S N~w ohillun le~B 11~en to ~hs man who thlnk~ auotion8 - llke aot$onB - speak loude~ than w~dm ~,, ~a~tin Blo~k| (SWITCHOVER TO ~ YC~K ,,. PICK UP CO--SIAL NO,E) (Appr ox SoOO) BLC~K| (RETURN C~E:) Yes, slr, Lueky 3trlke moanm f~ne ~obaeoo~ and I know tb~ if you will llgh~ a L~oky, you~ll llke a Lucky, so ro~d, Bo flrmj 80 fully pa~kD~ ,,, ~o f~eO a~eRs~ on the draw, ~o (~ITOHO~ER TO F~T BLISS~ EL PASO, ~XAS) SAN~T GET OUT ~F THI~ MOOD HARRY'AND GROUP
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l ~KV~OOK~ SIH~ OMI~O E~OI~V~8 eU~T~ ....... ~N TNT ---m~ . r--v
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~i~ i! ~jJ ~ISTAND ! ~ANz S0U~: HEIS~AND| EYe! 10-14-4S -:~ Befe~e %he seeond ~.~d,s ~tg~Ln, Profess~l~ inspeeting an ~tillo~ g~nJ Ye~ p~ofeasc~ ~h£m one here is o~ of the smzller# sh~t ~enge %~p small bo~e. Thls one here has a little larger beze, ~t~ ~6~.. II ~esllT jomething, Bigges~ bore in the oount~l you shculd soe my brothe~I He~s a lo~ hi~er than I a~l CLASS S~ The setond team £s Peadyp si~el Well) now youtre eookint with aak see fire| Yetis 8o~ men~ And number one man in ~umber ~w~ t~ li( ) (ADD ~co~ ~AM)
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-12- IO-~ 4-42 I. This one ~om Russell Staek~ Solomons, Mdo is the story of that famous h~rse spark plug and his equally famous rider (PLAY) They enlisted in the Cavalry and were sent to Fort Bli~s which is (PLAY) ~1~en he got here Sps~k PI~ s~id "I 81nit wo~rlod about the boots and saddlep the bridls o~ the reinsI but I mu~t have a blue blanket, 1~hen he wa~ asked "why" Spark Flug repllsdj because I oan only do m~ be~t (PLAy) 2, Hotels s hum dIDge~ from Margam~t Sparks of Bi~ghamw Alabama, With whet great rider do you ssso~iate "High KO Silver"? And with what great rids~ do you a~soeiat~ "0no if by land and two if by sea.~ V~nat great rider do you associate with the rough riders? With what football team do you associate the Four Horsemen? Who said "A HerBs A Horse, My Kingdom for a horse?" (BOBBY HOLLERS) -12. b
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• .14.. 10-14m4~ ~" 5, Our visiting Dean from the Unlversity of ~usloal Diversity is one ~' Of yOU~ OW~ ~ yS ~lho~e n~m. is (APYL~USE) (T~i~ $ question will be filled in as soon as you find whores down theme in the way of talentw e1~h8~ a musiclanj a whlstler~ Imper8ona~o~t or what not4) (Include her8 oTedits t9 Colonel E. W. Taulbee and Lieut. Wilford McCormick. ] 6, Frank ~anatt of Kirksvillo, Missourl, rem~nds us that the se~vloe teams are going thou some t~rrifio football maneuvers this ooming Saturda~ for instance# Georgia Preflight plays Pensacola Naval, Lake Hurst Naval plays Albrlght~ and the Great Lakes Naval in Chioago tangles with (PLAy) 0amp Grant play~ Bradleyp ~orth Carolina Preflight goes up against Boston College and Iowa Preflight tussles with (~LAY) (CLASS BELL) b • -14-
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,~15- 10-14-42 HIESTAND: 9mofessor. second ~,o~nd is overl KYSER: Well find o~t who pleked the four leaf clover~ HIESTA~D~ Right awaym sir| AUDREY: Professors on a0co~nta we are here at Fort BlissI I wrote a play called Little Red Riding Hood in the CavalryJ IIYS~R~ Thetfs f~e~ little Audrey, but there ~ren't any girls here. WhD,s ~olng to play little Red Hidlng Hood. AUDREY: I dontt know. KYSE~: Well, how abo~t me? AUDREY: Uh Uh| K~/SER: Oh come On, let me be Little Red Riding Hood| AUDREY: Nuh uh~ KYSER: Wh~ not? AFDREY: yo~Ive had too much practice as a wol_._~f| (LAUGH) r KIESTAND: The second roumd wlnnern professor| EYSER: And it's | ~y dear Mr, yOU really knew your stu~f.~'~-~ a Lucky ... ~.~ ~ And get yourself a danclnl date, Icause betels a tune that's ~ v~ 5* MANHATTAN SERENADE ..................... (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) -18- 0
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NOW letJ8 l$sten to ~t well-~own D0an Of C~O~ BLOCK; ~ay ,,*~. did you ever atop to think that whsthe~ yau smoke a Luok~ St~tke by eL~ply holding Lt in your f1~gor8, or by placl~g It In a e~ Koldw dl~mo~-eno~ted ei~otze holder, therem8 not J partlale of dl£fersnoo in that el~rette, ~ow you amoke a 01g~otte means nothlnse ~Pn~t is In that olgarette have done evo~th~n~ ~m their powe~ to make the name Duck~ Strike mea~ £~e to~aoeo~ ~ceuee any v~y you look at it, no e~arette oan be any better than the tobaooo ~r~ wblch It's made, I suppose ~e oould 81t ~aek a~d rest on ov~ la~els, knowing that ~ky Strike b~tng~ to you that £~ne, light, mellow leaF, But we don't~ No, sire tobao~o so good should be presented in a £1ne ~etting~ And there a~e loads of thlngs about paokage of Lu0kie8 that I bet you n~ver even notioed~
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P~ exemplel LetvB take a look at thl$ unopened package of Lu0ktes here in my hands, To open it I pull the red cellophane Lab and qoe what happeDmT 0~ly the cellophane on the top of the package oo~os offl I tTy to push the ~okap up from the bottom but the balance of the cellophane ~TappL'~S stays flrmly in plaoe~ SiTing added Proteetioa to the elSar?ttes as you ~arz-y them ID yo~ pocket, helping to keep the tobao0o In every Lucky Strike Just the way you l~ke It ,.. so rou~p SO firm, so fully packed ,oo so i~s~ add easy OD the draw~ Reme~her fTie~dsB what I have Just show~ you about the cellophane wi~pper and how ~t stays in place is Just an added oc~vsn~enue~ itts Just an extraa The main thin~ to look fo~ in any cigarette is fine tohaeco ~JJ add since I~cky 3t~lke means fine tobacco, wh~ not act 0~ that fact news 5adZes add 8e~tl~eD~ Ma~tln Blo~,k has la~d the cards face up o~ the table *~* In a cigarette it's the tohaeco that counts a~d Lucky ~trike means fi~..~e tobacco. NO wonder that edth IDdepu~dent experts, with men who k~ow tobaeoo hsst~ it's ~oki~s 2 to I, (PICK ~ Fao~ ~ Ps,so]
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K¥SER: -16- 10-1~-4Z Now let's listen to that well-known Dean of Common Sense o.. Martin Bl~ck~ (SWITCR0V~ TO NZW yORK...?ICK UP C01~k~SIAL NO. S) (app~ox 1.40) RUYSDAEL: (RETURN CUE: ) In a ~igaretts Itls the tobacco that counts, and Lumky Strike means fine tobacco. NO wonder that with imdepe~ds~t expe~ts~ with men who know tobaooo best, itls Luckies two to one. (SWITCROV~ TO FORT BLISS, EL PASO, TEXAS) 6. 7. IDAHO .......... * .............................. ORCH (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER ~A~CK -16- 0
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HIESTAND: KYSER: KIESTAND: KYSER: ISH: KYSER : ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYS~R: ISH: HIE~A~: Professor! Yesslr? T1~ finalis~sl -17- 10-14-42 theylre sharp as tacks and fine as ZissueJ Well, zOOt my suit and call me government issue] Yetis go| Wait a mlnuteJ ~Sh, what are you looking so dowr~hearted about? Oh, some sergeant bawled me out| Why, Ysh! A sergeant's not supposed to bawl ~ out| Oo Fight back and tell him a thing or two| Not msJ Go ahead~ Why I can see you now as you approach him, your fists are clenohed~ That ain't me! There's fire in your eye~ That ain't me] you reach for him smd grapple~ That ain't reel T~N! there's a blinding Impact~ -- a terrible crunchJ And a llmp.body flies through the air and lands in a heard on the grot~UdX (PAUSE) ~hat's me~ (LAUGH) ( FANFARE ) Professorj professo~3 leers not delay| Okay, Dean Hies~and, yet's get tinder wayl and o%~rfirst Fort Bliss finalis~ is.. (ADD FINAL ID[AM) -17-
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-18- 10-14-42 io S~oe weIPe deep in the heart of TeXas~ we think itls sppropPiste to devote our final round tonight tc the biggest State in the Union - Texas . where the only thing bigger then the state is the heart of the peoplB in it, Ann8 Firman of Msrslands Nebraskaw says if you ask a f~llow do~ here what he does~ he will either ~ay. "II~ sn oil msn~ a ootton king, or (PLAY) And believe me I'm at (PLAY) Who are the Texas Rangers? 2. Lieut. Wilford McCormick a~sits 11m7 ' • ' ~'~, the days are .r • ~ . ~' 7 Texas s~ but the~els nothing that bests ~kJ~ the evenings (PLAY) Who was Tex Rickard? Who is Ma Ferguson? And which Texas Governer do you associate with "pass the biscuits pappy." .18- b
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-19- ~O-l~- 42 3. Nam~ this song for Betty Chills of Jasksonville, Floridaj and tell us in whet TexaB city it is located (PLAy) (nn ~I¸ "" ~_. A~..,~o) Who wa~ Stella Dallas? What Texas 0ity was named after ~ flghting fellow named "sara"~ ~-~ " ~vv - ~ " " ~ ~" U ~ ]~--~ ~- ? W~S S~______ W~Ite~ Is un~le? You being an Army man ~ationed in Texas, ~hould he able to identify th~e~ well 4. And now fo~ ou~ last q~estio~ using "TeXaS~l the State of coumagaous men~ aowboys~ oar hops~ and ootton, the Star6 that beli~Bs in works play and beautiful wom~n° In faot says the Texas m~n balleve (PLAY)7 ~Iovle land can thank Texas for some of its most glamorous gale.- In addition to Joan Crawfg~d, Linda Darnell, Kitty Foyle sot her start thera, the Umph Girlp and My heart b$1ongs to Daddy, Who are they? D@~j the "X%~m% ~o Be al~" I%~r @~m~ fr~ %he Lon~ S~ mt~teT (CLA~S BELL) -19 -
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HIESTAND: KYSER: SOUND: HIESTAND: KYSER: ISE: KYSER: ISH: E~STAND: -ZO- I0-14-~2 Professor, the judges are readN to chooseJ Well~ h~rN Deanj and brln~ t~e good news| HORSES HOOFS~ ( -- ~ II ................. ) (SNORT3 A COUPLE OF TIMES) Oh, Ishl No~wwwhat's the matter~ 0h, I1m tryin~ to saddle this ho~se amd I canTt fasten this et~ under his stom~ch~ Strap~? ThatTs a cinchJ Not if the horse is tlckllshJ (LAUGH) (FANFAEE) Th~ winner, p~ofessor| And it's | Con~ratl~latlo~s~ my dear YOU'RE the big duck in our small pond, so ~ou collect the $80. United States War Bond| And to second high for a great trN, thi~ $~5, bond. And wbatTs moro...the other four°..each ge~ ~en dollars in War Stamps. All six ~et a carton of L~ckles, And then~ to all you other cavalte~sI artiller~rmen and antl-airsrafter~ fo~ ~our cheers that ~ the old school rafters, a package of better than ever LUCKY S~]~E CIGARETTES] (CHEERS) LONG FANFARE (CUT AUDI~NCE COLD) ,/
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"" -23- (REVISED) I0-1~-42 ] • ,III l 1 I . I][]]l .... I ............. I LUCKY T ~ME This broadcast was fo~ the entertainment of the men stat%oned her~ and doQs not--~ constitute an endorsement of our product by the War Dsps~tm~nt. The famous Sobacco a~ctlonee~s heard on tonishtls pro@ram were !t~. F. E. Boon~ of Lexington, Kentucky and f4~ ~L~.,,_,.~" I~r. L. A. (Spe~d) Riggs of Goldsboro, Nb~th Camolina.'~ ~ This p~Gg~m came to yon from E1 Paso, Texas and ~ew Yo~k. TUIS IS THE NATIO>TAL BROADCASTING CONPANY. HIESTAND: PRODUCTION RECORD "AS BROADCAST" - PROGR~I ON~PRO~RAN OIIF..~___~2.~ SWITCHOVERS TO NEW YORK FOR COMMERCIALS ~-- CALIBRE OF CONTESTANTS SPECIAL CO~v~NTS --
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Shortwave Br6adca~t 10/22 Station W.R.C.A. W.N.B.I. (HE~SED) B I, ~QMPING AT THE SAVOY ~L 0~E ROUND ONE sin# FIVE BY FIVE 3, [ CA~E HEHE TO TALK FOE J~ C~01AL TWO 4o WHEN THE LIGh~T~ GO ON AGAIN STATION BREAE ROUND TVIO 6~ PRAISE THE LORD AND PASS THE AH~r~ITION C C~LERCIAL THREE • ~'L z ~T HER ON ~O~A~ 8. ROSALIE FINAL ROUND GOVERNMENT ANNOUNC~MENT 0ECHE~TSA ORDI~BTRA V~TH GROUP HAPaY LOU ANN R~GAN PRO~JOTI ON HARRY & TY~ SULLY ORCHES~P~ WAP~ UP ~N~8 A~M tb~ audience to rem~i~ ~eatsd ~ill ~og~am i~ off the air°
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T~ AMERICA/ TOBACCO COMPANY KAY E~/SERt$ OOLLEGE OF MUSICAL F~NOWLEDGE 161nate~ at War De~, Thea~e - Oa~p Hun - Rivermlde California (w~h gwltohovers to ~C - New YO~k for oommeroi~is) ?IQO - 8100 PM PWT I0|00 - Ii:00 R~ BWT V~D]ISDAY, Oote~er 21~ 1942 ~ISTA~D : ~ISTA~! HEISTAND: ~o~ t~ s~ke ~ohaooo e~r~e~ts smok'e! (Boo~z CH~T E~DING SOLD A~ICEN - ~5 ~o 48 INQLUeIVE) Let that chant pemind you that LuCk7 StrtEe mea~B ~ln~ tobacoo - so round~ so fi~m~ so fully packed, so f~ee and easy on the dPae, No wonder that with men who 1chOW tobaoeo best, itls Duckies two to one~ ( OUS~NQ T~aE) Pram camp Haan in Riverside, Callfo~tia---- LUCKY STRIKE p~elents KAY KY3ER,S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL ( AUDIENCE HOLLERS~" HOORAY|" (~,~I~KINO OF YOU - AUDIENCE AEN~IE UP BIO) V
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/ KYS~q: A~DIENCMI KY$~: ISHI KYSER: ISN1 KYSER~ INN: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: It {AUDIENCE APPLAUSE)
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one hears in the tobacco oountry - a phrase that I think is very applicable because since ~ok7 Strike means fine tobaeeo, and it is fine tobaooo we buy, I, personally, llke to think of tha~ fine, light, mild leaf as Lucky 8trlke tobaeeo and t~atts one good reaao~ why I smoke LuckieB myself. But he~e~s Basil Ruysdael ~o show you wbat effeot that wgomi Lueky S%rike tobaeoou has on the har~est-to-pleue smokers in the land - the independent tob&c~o expeTts.
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aom, s~az~z, #1 (co~m) RUYSDAZL * r WelI~ l~tes a~L gentlemen, every ye~ at ma~keta all o~er the B~th, ths independent ~obaooo ex~ts, who attend the auctlc~8, obviously see ~u~t who b~s wl~t tobacco, and ~etm ap~oval of the tobaooos we b~ - the riper, l~ghteF, mtlder Luoky Strike to~oaa - is alearly sho~ by the£~ own ove~helmtng prefer,hoe for D~O~ 8t~£ke. In faot, mwo~n Feoo~ds show that am~g Independent tob~co0 expe~8 . &~cti01~eer8~ ~e1~8 gln~. W~eho~se~ - wlth men who kno~ tohaooo best, it's Lu~kle~ 2 to i. ~moke~s~ you knOW that in a ~garst~e, Ires ~he ~oba~oo tha~ OOU~tS* Ye~* yo~ know t]'~t bet~e~" ~obaoo0 means m bette~ smoke. SO, why not act o~ the f&~t that the ex~e~' sp[moval goes ~0 Luek~ea by a wtds, wide ma~:g~.n? ~membe~, the ,rooks t~aoeo exper~ smoke, Luoky S~ike, 80 free a~d easy OO ~he d~/~We {P~CK UP FROM RIg~,~IDEe ,~,AL.~F~) -5 -
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KYSEH : -3- (REVISED) 10-~1-42 Now, ChillunI letls listen ~o that Dean of Common Sense~ Martin Block, (SWITCHOVEE TO N~,~ YO~..,PICK UP CO~RCIAL NO.E (approx 1.40) RLrf S DAEL : ( F~TURN CUE:) Rsmember, the smoke tobacco experts smoke, Lucky Strikej mea~s fi~e tobacco . so ~ou~d, so firm, so 9ully pscked - so fpee 8~d 88~y on ~e draw, (SWITCHOVEE TO CA~P HAAN, CALIFORNIA) ORCHESTRA HEFRISE: "MY BONNIE LIES OVER THE OCEAN" -5- i
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-s- io121/ I, From ~s~ Alice Breton of El Paso, Texas, comes the story of one of your buddies on leave, This story takes plaoe aboard the (PLAY) Our scldle~ on leave got a little hu~Ty SO he headed for the (PLAY) He nhared a table wlth a lovely y~ng thing) It was love at first si~t add ~)retty soon it we@ (PLAY} ~t ~e ~ie/e star~ed fli~tlng with anodizer ~ in the sam8 oaP. SO, nu~er one 2, Son~ of radlots outstanding ~O~dlaDs are ~losely associated with ~ertaln t~ ao for R~y ~ok of ~rt B~ninE) O~or~) t~ll-u~ which one ~u would assooiat6 wlt~ WaukoEan~ ~nd wha~ well-known ~omedy ~eam would you expeot to see if you went to Wiatful Vlsta? ~nd ~hile ~e're vleltlng ~e might a~ ~ell stopoff at Pine Ridge, Ark, to see wheat A~d ~ow ~or our last ~top It)s SumPfleld) -6-
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-e- io/ei/42 ~. Miss Dottle ~aver of Willlams~rt, Pao, Is sure you kmow the name of a Bong that goes some~hlng llke thls (PLAY) (Kay hums __.). (CARD) No~, vlould you sln~ a little of that song for us~ {PLAY) (Kay stops him). NOW In ~he lyrias to that ~ong was the gsl i~o=ked-kneeds plgeoned-toed, f~eckle~face~left-hmnded or two-faced? NO~ here's a Ks|oo ~nd with orthestra acaompanlment, we really ~ant you to get hot, on I~ala-Y~s~, / 4, PVto G, T, ,McAdams of the U, S, MaTinee is sure you're familiar wlth the News Reels so listen and tell ~s whlch one you think is oom~ng on now. (PLAY) Ia that Psthe News, Hearst M~trotone, Pox Movletonet Ps~am~unt News or whet? New wkleh one is ~oing of~? (PLAY) Oa~ you na~ one commemta~r commonly heard in ~ews reels? J -6-
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lol I/S2 5b Now we want you to meet our vfsltlng dean from the University of Nusloal Diversity. He is one of Your own buddies mtatloneS riSat here at Camp HaSh, Private Jaok Narshalll (MARSHALL ENTERS WI~ APP~USE) Now Yrlvste Nar.qhall is ~In~ to play thrme n~er~ on him ~itar and , of says you should be able to tel~. ~B t~o tltles of them, (P~¥-P~Y-PT~YI 8. ~nls oomizg Saturday football will be going hot and heavy all ever the land. Nor instance, the boys at 8a~tell, California, point cut that Ocrnell plays Syraause, Alabama taokles Kentuok7 - Itla Duke vs Pittsburgh, and it's Dartmouth vI (PLAY) The Old Alma Mater plays Tulans, The ques%ion ~Ths answer (PLAy) Also on Saturday, itls ~s Oh~ and Notre Dame goes to Ohampsign to fight {PLAY) (APPLAUSE) (SOUNI)| CLASS BELL)
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IMDI H]QLBTAND: KY~S ISH: Eft! HIEB~ANDs i¸ Frofeseor~ the firstround ~e over and the Judges are debatin*, lell~ till ;era all to hUZT~ up .., t~eT shoszlOJztt klep ue waitin ~, I~m p~etieaXly o~ my waT baok, (LAUO~) Ishj what a~e 7ou lO haPpT about? I Juat get a letter from m~ glrl in San Pete, Does shs ~ill ~ove youY ~n sure -- she donlt have time to go out with aD~ othe~ fellaha on aoo~ she is k~pt veT busy with h~T new JOb. That t s finel Yeah .- look how she spells Job, G - 0 l BJ (LA~QH) iii,i ~,~. (lk £ "t~" -- --":l "ll • j Dean Hieltand~ wha~ EeP~ you so long o., ~ou been flmhlnm~ Wh~ ~0 ~i~ I ~s waitiD~ fo~ t~zi8 J~d~18 d@61~io~, And the learned gentlom~a deolat'e that the winner is ,.,
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BOSB~S EYes 5. 0~ula~iona m~ dear ~ ~t me pat you on t~ Ba~k, you ~aily p~t o~ a dan~ Ao~J (laUGHS} Get It~ fell~, ~a ~n~dy AOKu~ (~S~) fTAIN~ FUNNY, ~EY~J DonWt pa~ am~ att~a~ion to him ~. Have a ~B~, ~t your ~ight.o,,~oget ~ady for the fln~ flght~ ..while we play a tume that,s ~eally brlgbt# (AUDIENCE APP~#,~ } S
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< c0~ci~r ~ - 4 - io/si/42 (FROM RI~IDEm GALIF~) Now he~o~n Ma~tln Bl~k to put the fa0ts squarely on the lime see (PICK 5T ~CK ~ Y~) l~ie~ds, ~ spent a most lnte~esting couple of hours at the zoo in Oent~&l Pa~k reee~tlyt And watching the zeheaso and the leop~r~e~ and the o~her anL~als, I notion1 a moat interesting thing *,, that eve~ animal has it8 ~ distln~ishlng mark. The ZebPa has its st~iplsw the leo~rd has its spots ... add praQtlcally evePything that we some l~ oontaot with~ has its distinguishing mark. But if you were to look at a olgerette out of eaoh of several paokages of well-known heands, ooDseal theip nameaD and t~y and tell ode from another, you'd have a p~stty hard t~ne of it. Reallye fPiends, theraes Just one vmy to ssleet a fine oi~rettee YOU all knOW that no olga~ette QaD be any better thaD the tobaeeo f~om wh~oh ~t~s made, YOU al~ know that in a olgaPette# It~ the tobacoo that oounts. Well~ the dlstl~Ish~g ~k of a f~e ol~aPett~ is fine tobacco. Let's see hoe the makers of Luok~ Strike go about acqui~lnK that fine tobaooo? (~mE) -4 -
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C0Mmm~LL ~ (oo~) - 6 - lo/~1/42 0~ buyers~ lad2ee add gentlemen, ~d no tl'ouble Feoo6~ziJ~g that last tamket o£ tobLooo a| the k2Dd of ~'lne l'lpe ml].d leaf that belonged t~ LuQky Stl"lke OiglL~etteS~ ADd by seleoting thai; fine leaf, welve m~de ~;~e 1line Luoky 8tFlke mea~ ~'2DQ tO~QO0* YOU elfll~ get away" f~om ~t) $~ a olgal'e~ta~ lime tho tobacco ths(: Ooumts; ~o olgai'ette can be any better than the tobaooo ~l'om wblob Itts made; Yea 811,~ the most Important dloti~gulehing maa'k &bout a olBal, ette la ~he q~lit7 oi" the t;obaeoo It ~oDtalna~ iDd you OaD ~ust bet you~ bottom ~to~la~ tha~ ~r~eneye~ you aees amokex. 11~ a ~.lok~r~ you oen ~a~k him down aa a ~an who appreciates the qu&ll~, lea/' i~ L~oky StPike Ctgal'el;te~
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.......... ~ .......... ~.. ~4~m~I ..... ~I ..... KYSER : -9- (~VISFD) i0-014~ NOW hereI~ Martln B1o~k ~o p~t the f~c~s squsrely o~ the l~ne, J (SL~ITOHOVER TO N~ YORK.,.PICK UP COMMERCIAL NO,O) (approx. 0.40) BLOCK: 4~ ( EETJON CUE:) And you can Just Bet youm bottom dollar that whenever you ~ee s ~moker light a Luckys yo~can mmrk hi~ down a8 ~ man who appreclates the quali~y lesf in Lucky S~rlke cigarettes, (SWITCHOVER TO CAMP HAAN, CALIFORNIA) ~WrlE~-~LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN ................ L~J ANNE REGAN REPRISE "THE C~IOSONS GO ROLLING ALONG" -O- i
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HIESTAND: We pause for s~a#ion iden~Iflcatlo~, h (REVISED) LOCAL NBC ST.~TISN SAYS: "STATION X~ SALUTES THE ANTI-AIRCRAFT AND THE COAST ARTILLERY" i0-21--%~ KYSER MARCH ............. -lO- i
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i, This one fro~ ~_ of , is abo~t one of you~ bu dies who" ot his a~ti-aIp alnir~ Oamp H NOW he is st oned in eea is g Y He had to°nlYh~h~een ere a few ys a his heart Padio pPogPsYa thsms you:li know wh~t your buddy has bee~ on eveP Sinoe he fell in lov*, (PLAY) 2, gsrels a ~reat one from Lily Anne of Great Lakes, Illinois, We want you to put the right girls in ths followlng so~s (~t~Y SINGS) And now stralgh~en us out on thls one (GROUP SINGS) Now Sully Mason is a little mixed up, so straighten him ouC on this one (SULLY SINGS) In that somg "F~ankle and Johnny"s which was the girl? j Qi -2-
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ao~I~ ~ p~I~o oa~QTd o~ Jo ~ ~ mmv§ *oldoo~ ao~ p~ mo~
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-13- 10-21-42 3, Speaklng of sd~ingp of tell~ about the fellow who wanted to he~ a certain g~rl sing her theme ~o he tuned to ~at he thought would be (PLAY) But he dldnlt have ~e right ni~tj ~he right ho~ or the right ~tatlo~, 8o he got a fello~ mlr~ing (PLAY) can you n~s two other radlo personalities assoc~ed ~tJ~ b~ent 6ork? V~ere is the County of Cork? 1~at does ps~on ~L~ ~en he S~8 h@t~ IIoo~kedlr? 4, We imagine yo~'ve been to Hollywovd at some time or other on furlough so weld llke for you to listen for the following little episode and identify at 19ast three well kmown Hollywood merle stars, Now , of says that two autograph collector~ we2e standing in front of the Brown Derby one day ~hen several lovely actresses' o~ue out, One autograph hound said to the other, '~Letts SALLY up to them ANN see ~£ UNA who they ame, llll BETTE the JANE with the p~vt~y BEDY halt w~ll SHIRLEY give me her autograph.
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HIE~TANOs K~3EB: ISH~ XYS~R: IS~t K~SERs Profes~orp pr~Bs~ort %harts th~ end of ~e ~r~Qo • ~ii~ phc~e ~e at midni6h% ~d c~ll m~ ~° D. ~e ~hiz~ 5hat'~ ~Imny. ~t~s ~he ~atter, IshT I jus% h~d ~ X~r~ ta£~ of ~ chemt. Look| Ish~ Thatas not an I-r%7. Th~t*s ~ road map o~" Southern Califo~ial Oh| I ~ what those ~ -erm doing An my windpApe| (REVISED) i0-7-4~
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5. We have another visiting dean from our Univ~rmity of Musical Diversity - a highly specialized artist from your own ranks right hare at Camp Haan. H~S Private Don Ferris and he plays a piano like yo~rve never hsard it played before, Come on in, Donl (FE~RIS ENT~S = APPLAUSE) How ~ivate Ferris is golng to r~mble his tsn dainty fingers over 88 notes of music and we want you to tell us what comes out. Alrlght, Private Chopin, go to it, (PLAY-PLAY-PLAY) (APPLAUSE) Ahj Private FerrIs, yo~ wheeled ~otknd on ~ha$ stool and kept us dizzy while yo~l~ fingers were bUSy. Now, if that piano has cooled off sufflclently, you can giv~ it back to Lyman Ga~dee for any little tuue that mlght be handy, Thanks again Don Ferri~~, 6, And now back to Saturday's football games for a moment. of remlnds us i~ts Prln~ton VSo Bro~vn in the East and on the west coast iris Stanford vs~ (PLAY) Perdue plays ~n the middle west~ U,O,L°A, v~, Oregon in the West and in the East it'~~s. (PLAY) (APPLAUSE) (SOUND: CLASS BELL)
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CO~9~RCIAL #~ - 7 - (FEOM RIVERSIDEi CALIF.) KYSER: Now, chillun, here:a Martin Block,.. (PI~K UP FROM NEW YORK) HLOCK: I0/21/,~2 YOU know, folksj when I say to youw that in & clgarettew it's the tobacco that counts, and Lucky Strike meanB fine tobacco, slne8 llm frank to admit that IIm Just an averaget every-day smoker, with absolutely no tochnlcal knowledge abo~It tobacco# itt$ your right to say to mej "How do you know that Lucky Strike means fine tobacco?" My answer to that, frlends, is very simple. -~ ~tneed only refer you to the opinion of independent obaoco experts, men who have spent practically their whole lives in the tobacco business° ~'._ ! ~ ( MORE ) - 7 -
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BLOCK: - 8 - IoI~1142 F@pexamplep Robert Mash Cooper~ of'Washlngto~ North d~rollna ~ayst "live b@@~ @slling toba0@o as an auctioneer Per ~wenty.t~Tee years. In every 8eotlon of the tobacco beltj where I sell tobacco, Itve notlc@d most of the tobacco meD smokl~g Lu~kles. And when you ses SO many men who know toba ~o smoklng the sam@ clgarett@t there m~st b@ reason f@r it. AS f~r aB IIm concerned, good tobacco makes a good cigarsttet In fa@t~ thatls ~ ~ndamental law that every smoker understands. ADd as a~ independent %chases auctlonser~ Ifve s@@n the makers of Lueki~@ consistenn~ly~electlng the choicest tobacco in the house." And~Bob sums it all up by saying: "fill be doggoned if I oa~ see whst more ~nyon@ @an ask for in a @iga~etteJ" Wsllj Bob~ thatls belDg pretty frankm and right to the poln~. Friends, when the opinions of the indeMendent tobacco experts are expressed by thelr preference of Luckies over all other clgarettes by a very wide margin, and when we realize that these men attending the auctlon~ cantt help but see who buys what tobacco ... I think it all adds up to Just ons thing, Since in a cigarette, Itls the tobasco that counts, and Lucky Strike means fin___~e tobacco, Luckles are the clgsrette you should smoke. You'll f~nd that to light a Lucky is to llke a Lucky. (PICK UP FROM RIVERSIDE| CALIFo) -8-
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KYSER: -16- (REVISED) i0-21-42 NOWs chill~ne herefs Martin Block,,,.,.. 8WITCHOVER TO ~W YORKo.,.PICK UP C0~9~ERCI~L NO, 3) (approx. 1.4C) BLOCK: P/J~IRN CUE ~) Sincep in a ~igarette~ itls the tobacco that cou~tsj and Lucky Strike means fi~e bohacoo~ L~ckie~ are the cigarette you should smoke. You111 find that ~o light a Lucky is to llke a L~oky, (S~ITCHOVER TO CA~P HAAN, CALIFORNIA) ~ " 7 ~ I MET HER ON MONDAY HARRY AND TRUDY. • ~ • KAL~!AZ00 SULLY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER EARCII -16- i
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HIESTAND: IgHt EXgER ! ISH S ISH| KI~R~ ISH= SOUND: IgK: KYSER I ISHS S~JND: IgH: EY~RI ISH: SOUNDs KY~ER ! ISH: -IV- lO-gl-gE The finalists, professor; Well, get lem right up here, Dean, yetis get started; Pro~essor, can I be excuaed early? I wazlt to take and go OVer to Riverside to see m~ a~at. IshJ wateh your grammar; I am oi~ to RiversideJ~ Why? Does your a~ut live there too? You denft understand; You are not going to take and go over to Riverside. you are oi~ to Riverside; Thatls what I say. Itm gelr~ to take and go ~ver to River side J Ish; s o ~ And ewry time you say what you Just said I am going to give you a lwift kiekJ Now; What are you going to dol Itm going to take and ~0 over to Riversldel WHAOK OWW! What are you going to do? I Just told you IIm going to take and go over to Riverside, WHAOK OWWOH I What? l~m going to take and go over... W~CK OOOO00H | lBh! V~a_.~t are you going to do; If my pants hold out, IIm going to take and ~o over to Rlverslde J (~H) -17-
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EZ~S KIESTAND: KY~R; Oh wh~t Js the usel flnalists J They are he~el (FANFARE) real -IVA- i0-21-42 Dean, %ake and go over and bring the And number one is contestant number (ADD FINAL EXAM) -ITA- z
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FINAL ROUND -18. iO-21-~2 i, On October 21, 1879 Thomas A. Edison completed the tirst incandescent light and the world will be forever grateful to him for his accomplishment. Since this is ~he anniversary of lightw wetd llke to devote our final round to It. John Comar, of Tulsa, Oklahoma says that before 1879 and even now in many instances due to dim-outs and black-outs, we get along (pLAy) v~nieh of these is an orchestra leader - EnoDh Light, LlghtlnI and Light Horse Harry. ?" = = : ..... -',~? 2. Tell Miss Lucille Olabash of Long Island, Now York, What kind of light is included in the lyrics to this song (PLAY) What,s the difference between head-light~ and llght-headed? WhatT~ meant by the ~xpres~ion ITDonlt hide your light undor s busheli'? -18-
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io-21-42 3. Therels su~-light and moon-llght. Now Miss Virginia Phillis of Los Angeles, C~%~m-~'T~--wan~s you Co tell us what kind of light this song is about (PLAY) ~11hlch of these is a book, which is a poem aud which is a song and a radio p~o~s~a . The Charge of the Light Brigade, Green Light~ and Lights Out~ 4. Hsrelre some lights t~at do~tt shine these days - Tell Miss Maril~ul Mcgowan of gro~se Polnte, Michigan what they are (PLAY) The greatest collection of light bulbs on any one street in the world ~t~ued o££ these days. ?~ere? Who was the star of the light that failed? (SOUND: CLASS BELL) -19-
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HIESTAND: KYSER : ISH: KYSER : ISH: IS}I: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: SOUND; ISH| KYSEB: HIESTAI,~: KYSER: 1 lO-2Z-,L~.. -2~- Professor, shall I get the judgers dsclslon? ~o rlght ~head~ Deans you have my p~r~ssion~ P~of~ssor° Yes, Ish? ¥ou know when g said I wss going to take and go over to Riverside to see my aunt~ I oertalnly do, I ~ade an awful mlstske, lIE sorry. Well, I'm glad you finally saw the light. Yeaha I ~hould have knoWn be~ter. Yes you should. I donlt know what I was %hgnkin~ of. You know better no~ Yes si_._~r! Terrible mlstakel Yes| Cause it wouldnlt of done ~ no good if I1d Of ~ook and went ove~ $o Rive~slde~ my aunt donrt llve there ~o morel (LAUGHS) WHAOK Get out of here| (FANFARE) The wlnner~ profe~sor~ And itrs . Ah, my dear g~ner~ yo~ are o~ n%~mbe~ onelr~ The fifty dollar Unitsd ~ates War Bond is yours~ And to second high for aimln' high~ this twenty- five dollar bond. Whatls mo~e ~---~n addition, to the othe~ four for som~ fine plbchlnt, ten doll~s in W~ stamp~| All six get a carton of Luckles. And THEN~ TO all you good scouts for yott~ laughs snd shoutsj a package of be~be~ th~ eve~ LUCKY STRI~ 01GARZTTgS| (CHEERS) LONG ~Ai~Ag/~ (CUT AUDIENCE COLD) -20-
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SHORTWAIrE BROADCAST 10/29 Station: W.R.C.A. KAY I~ER LUCKY STEI~ EOUTINE CO~ERCIAL ONE ~ ROUND ONE }. SERENADE IN BLUE CO~CIA5 TWO 4, WONDER Wh~Y BABY'S C0NENE HOME STATION BREAK ROUND T~O CO~U~ERC IAL TERE~ 5. RUSSIAN LULLABY Fort DoUglas, Utah SD~ CrR 0 NE ~L4RHy TRUDy PRODUCTION 7. WHITE CHRISTMAS FINAL ROUND GOVERNMENE ANNOL~OEMENT 8. -@~ES I~-'- T? L= V!~Y L0U ANNE AND GROUP ORCHESTRA WARM UP REMINDERS: Ask the audlenoe ~o remai~ seated till progr~ is off th~ air. I
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-I- THE AMERICAN TOBAGSO COMPANY KAy KYSE~IS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE Originates at Kingsbury Hall - U. of Utah - Salt Lake City, Utah. (with swftchovers to NBC - New York for commercials) 8:00 - 9:00 ~ PWT I0:00 - ll~O0 PM EW~ WEDi~ESDAY, October 28, 1942 HEISTA~D: HEISTAND : HEISTAND: Smoke the smoke tobacco exps~ts smoke T (BOONE: SHANT ENDING SOLD A~RIGAN - 4~ TO 48 INCLUSIVE) Let that chant remind you that Lucky Strike means fine tobaeco- so round, so firm, ~o fully packed, so free and easy on the draw. No wonder that with men who know tobaGoo best, itls Luokles two to on~~, ( OPENING THEME ) F~or~ Salt~Lake City, Utah --- LUCKY STRI~ presents KAY KYSERTS UDL~GE OF NUSICAL KNOWLEDGE | (TNINK~NG OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) -1- i
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CO~CIAL #i - 2 - I0/28/4~ (FROH SALT LAKE ClTY~ UTAH) KYSER: NOW ehlllu~, berets the man who believes in flrst-hand experience. Come ins ~rtin Block. (PICK UP FROM NF~ YORK) BLOCK: YOU know, friend8t llve lived in R~v York ~ow for a good ~any years, and I think live seen a Rood many of the points of interest in this city. But it wasn't until ome day when I had a little time to spare, and decided to take one of the slght-seeing tours on a beat around ~anhattan, that T really had an opportunity to appreciate the grandeur of this city called New York .., its magnificent skyline, the huge mass of concrete and steel pointing their fingers into the sky, the g~aceful span of bridges across the rivers, the sweeping drives that run the length of the island. And as our little boat completed its tou~ of ~nhatta~, and was tieing up at the dock, the thought occurred to me that it mlght be wise even in the selection of a cigarette to get off at a little distance, and carefully examine what any cigarette has to offe~ ar, d that by So dolng, ~e could ebtaip a mo~e comprehensive ple~ure of what to expect from a cigarette. I will now take you o~ a personally conducted tour of a package of Luckies. O~ORE )
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BLOCK: Letls look at t~Is package I have here in my hand -- Itls cellophane-wrapped, with the added touch of my being . able ~o pull this little red tab, remove the top of the cellophane wrapper, and still have the balance of the package carefully protected, insomuch a~ the cellophane jacket is designed to cling to and protect the entire pmckaget even after itrs been opened. And then, as we open the firm, @ray protective paper, at the top of the package, we see inside ~enty cigarettes, so round, • o firms so fully packed - so free and easy oN the draws each one identical in every way° But to appreclzte the true goodness of Lucky Strikes, we must go even deeper, Vie must look inside at one main thing that determines the quality of the cigarette - the tobacco. L~trs look at it. (BUSINg8 OF OPENING ~ CIGARETTE ... ~ND WHILE DOING IT ... IN AN ASIDE...) ... It's a sham~ to waste even one of these swell Lucky Strikes breaking it open this. way ... NOW friends, here i~ this tobacco I now bold in my hand, I have the all-lmpor~ant ingredient in any cigaretteo Through careful selection and purchase, buylng the fi~er, lighter, milder tobacco the makers of L~cky Strike cigarettes have produced a smoke so good that with independent tobacco experts~ with men who k~ow tobacco best, Lucklee have more than twice ~s ma~y exclusive smokers as all other brands of cigarettes combined, Friends, thereI~ oDly o~ conclusion w~ Ca~ draw from our person~lly conducted tour .,. Luckies are a fine cigarette° They will provide you with real smoking enJoym~nt~ Yes sir, to light a ~ueky is to llk~ a Lucky~ Try a pack ~ext ti~e, wonlt you? (PICK UP FROM SALT X~EE CITY)
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~'~SERs New Ob111~j ~ems ~he ~ who belleTea in £1r~b hand accperiennej APPR~. 2o~ B~ZS I..~,l~k~.e6 ~ • ~ o£~al~t'~e. Tbe'~ will pro'wide you wi'th :real
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-4- (ALTERNATE) im- 28-~2 What the heck do We ~a~e~ Wh~t the heck do we ease now~ (APPLAUSE) (CLASS BELL) KYSER: Well put me on K.P. and call me l~l But now yetls see who wlns the creaml HIESTAND: Hsre~s the first contestant on n~ber one team. KYSER: Yes, and he is (ADD FIRST EXAM) -k-(ALTERNATE) b
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lo/2~/4z 1, h[rm, Lel~ke of ~ladelphia £o:m"~rd~ u8 e l~%er a.h~ r~e~wed from her a~n~ reaently Indv~ted here. He writea: Dear >~mj %he fir~ ~ ~hey did ~eu I arrived here ~=~s to relieve of ~ (P~X) Th~ they h~nded me ~ g~n ~d a~id, Hey Dud, elesn thla and really make it (PLX) ~ex~ ±hln~ I dld wu %Q ~m~hs b~t I didn't mind beouaae (PLJ) %hle life bo~au~c (PL Y) L
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-5- 10-g8-42 i, Miss Laven Adamson of Hopeville~ Georgia, sends us s ducky atomy about an Army inductee - He was a certain ~i~h Mr, Jones, and as a civilian, had nothing to do but enjoy night life (PLAY) Then he'd stay in bed all day and get up (PLAY) The first night he was in the Army, Mr.. Jones craved a night club. In other womds, he had (PLAY) The Sarge told him "Tout11 get out of that routine in a hurryt because (PLAY) g. Since wolfe hers at Fort DoUglast Lt. Joe ~itchsl points out that in addition to ~ Fort, the world "DoUglas" is very important in the movies and in the war effort. Weld llke for you to use the name twice in each con~ection. -5- 0
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-6- i0"28-42 The Army nurses of Aberdeen ProvAng GPoundp Marylandp ~ind us that Saturday is Hallowelen. That's the night when (PLAY) Hallowe~e~ is when the wltch~s come out and take a (PLAY) Who was the galloping ghcet of football? Who wae the ghoet in D1cke~sr "Chrls~as Ca~olrr? ~e Jim Nirthlln and the boys of the U.S. Naval Air Statlon, Puerto Rico, want to know what vegetable gets all lit up at Hallowclen tlmeo Now quickly name this song for u~ (PLAY) Wellp teacher wants an apple, and since one of the favorite Hallow~len party games is to du~k for apples, welvc got a t~b h~re full of wat~ with some apples in itj 8nd weld llke for you to duck for one - put this apron aroUnd you first - now s~ if you can get one before fihe boys finish a chorus of the Big Apple. (PLAY) -6- 0
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.I~.IEz PrQfeeeor, thJ~le all for our fix1~ ro=nd gz~a~ ~;ell %hln me o~t" ~nd eall me G.I. 8~apJ Dean Hiestanda youfd better a ~sh...&nd find out JU~ who won ~ha% ala.hJ XUll be b~ in • fluh or .~ ~ le Frofessor, ha~ you bad ~ ~atem ~lnoo y.u'~ beau ~ ~alt lake? Aul£% I eo~ld ha~ had a %bouaznd d~oe° X d~nlt ~ wha% L% ~ ~o~b me th~ tho girla Ju~ o~n~ eoea to res£E%| I gueu Iem Just a L~o ¥~ oer~ainly m] In f&~ you r~ln~ m of w~ h~md d~ ~ha% I¸ donated I do~ !h~ E~tnd of • homed w~ he? Ou per.eu~ w~l£ ~ nl~y-n~ pe~on% b~ll| ~he ~r~ pro£©uorJ E~S~R, Yes. ~d it ms oo~e~a~t ~er ceeJ :~ ~ deaz. ~ ~o~ on y~ fine oancrue~J L~ Up • lu.k~ ~d wait for th~ A few w~eko ~o wb~ we ~re ~ D~rc£%m I reoelved a lon~ dle%~e oall LO~ ~elea. ~poaer ~ le~er sen6 me a s~ ~ ~he phoPe he'd Just finiahed, I ~id rush i% to ~] @eo~e I~ing ~de a flno ~a~e~e~ of it, we reoo~dsd i~ and right n~ it'n e~eepin~ %he oc~n~r~
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com,~ci~ ~ - 4 - mO/BB/4B (FROM SALT LAKE CITYf UTAH) KYSER: Now~ ohillun, Martin Block has something he wants us to h@ ~r • (PICK UP FROM h~'4 YOP~) BLOCK: You're rlght, Kay Kyats ~ how the buyers of tobacco for Lucky Strike Olga~ette~ 6o about ~el~cti~g that fine Lucky Strike leaf. (MORE)
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COI~I~RCI AL RUNSDAEL: WHSI~N: RUYSDAEL: RUY~DAEL: ~F~E IN C~T - CR~D gOZSE) Ladies and gentlemen, we're reenacting a typic&l tobacco auction° In thla huge warehouse there are some two thousand baskets of tobacco. As the "auctioneer chants each s&lej your Ducky Strike buyer has the Job of sele0tin~ only thos~ ba$ket8 that contain the rlper, the llghte#, the Daturally milder leaf. (CH~T UP - SOLD TO X AT 38) $4 (C~NT) Another basket of tobacco - and still that Lucky Strike buyer hasnrt made a bid~ This leaf must lack something - some important quality . that's needed ~o give you a ~ilder, better-tastiag smoke~ (CHANT UP - SOLD TO Y AT 39) Good tobacco, boys| ... 4~ ~l~O0S tob&ogOpIt 8a~ the wareho~sgm~lQ - a~dI ~esj yo~a~ Lucky Strike buyer agTees with the Judgment of this independeat ~xpert. For right away, your Lucky Strike buyer bid~41 . 41 doll~s a hundred pounds - but ~ow a leaf company bids 42 - another cigarette company 4~ - Lucky Strike 44 - an export company 45 - that other cigarette company 46 - but, look you~ Lucky Strike buyer is signaling a bid of 47- 4V - and - it's going - going to Lucky Strlke. (Cm~T UP ° SOLD ~ZF~ZCAN)
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CO~ROI~L ~ (CONTD] - 6 - i0/~8/42 No~ fr~e~dJj as the auctionee~ wo~d up the sale on that particular basket of toD~cco, several ~hi~gs of ~porta~ce to you happen~ Yes~ I know you may be " saying, "How ~an the p~chese of o~e basket of tobacco at an ~uctlo~ - le~Is say at Kinsto~t North Carolina -- affect me personally?" And yet, frle~ds, truly it does° First o£ all, the Lucky Strike buyers at ~hese auctlo~s ~re men with many yea~s of experience i~ ~he buying of tob~oco~ ~eylve h~d year~ a~d ye~r~ of ~ai~ing so that they k~ow exactly what kind of tobacco makes th~ best smoke for you ~nd is truly deserving of being called "Lucky Strike tobaooo." The second thing ~hat happened when that basket of tobacco was l'Sold AmericanII was that ~he independent tobaooo ~xperts -- auotlo~eers~ b~ers~ a~d warehouseme~ ~- me~ who represented no cigarette manu~actu~, but who were s~rlc~ly o~ their o~ attendln~ the auction -- couldn't ~el~ b~t see what kind of ~ob~cco was bo~gh~ for ~uck~ Strlkeo And ~doubt~dly they ~aw us buying ~he kind of ~obacce they ~ust wa~ to smoke~ because th~se m~n~by an overwhelming majority, smoke Lucki~s thyselves° That unquestionably is important • to you, because St gi~es yo~ expert adv~oe on the selection of a ~rette. Nowj slnce in a cigarette~ i~Is th~ tobacco that ~ou~ts~ a~d ~uoky Strike mea~8 "fi~e tobacco,~ a~d s~ce with me~ ~o k~ow ~obacco be~t, itls Luckles two to one, there ~s~tt a shadow of doubt that, if it's ~eal smoking e~Joyment you wa~t, you'll make that ~oxt pack LuckieB° Ye~ sir~ I know that whe~ you li~ht a Luck~ you'll like a Lucky~
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~SERI lo/28/~2 NOW ~NII~, ~r%i~ Blook h~B som~hhim~ he lv~ U~ to he~,ro ~ pR(b. 2130 BL~IKI There i.nrt ~ ~h~d~ ~f dou~ %~%j if i%~d re~l ~ng on~o~nt you ~Lr~a you111 make %h~% ~x~ ~e.k Lu.kles, Yes air, I ~ %~% when you li~h% ~ Lu~ys youlll like • Lucky. ~8".ITC~O/ER TO ~i/,T L~/(E CITYs ~T~)
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-~-. (,~E~) lo/m/,2 To all of Our fi~htin6 m~n cver~eaa to hem thie program is bein~ lent by ~hort wave -- u ~iI a~ all the bey~ hare in ~he ~mi~ed ~atea, we 6end ~ur ~noere best wilhel ~hile ~e ~&u~e briefly for ~t ~t ion identlfieation° (LOCAL ~0 hTi.TION ~)
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-12- 10-28-4g i* FOr Captain Lee Jones of Edgewood ~senalw ~aryland, werll tell a blighted love story of three inductees, Their co~anding officer granted them a f~w hourst leave, but he told them to be sure to bs back (PLAY) They dashed away in different di~ectlon~ to sge their g~Is, but strsngely enough they m~t ~t the ~ame house~ because they were in love with (PLAY), Tim~ fl~es when roman~e is in the air, so it was ~ orcl~ck in the morning when they got back to ~ampo They contended it was only 8 oIclock by thelr watches,¸ and th~ sentry said "Yourre looking at those watches llke (PLAY) go from b~hind bars, the boys wrote their gal~ a~d ~aid "Looks llke We1~ locked up for the duration so he~ets wishlng yo~ a (PLAY) ~, B7 the way, today, October 28th, is the annlversar~ of the unveiling of the Statue ~f Liberty on Bedl~els Island, 1888, in New York Harbor, and, ~Iss Charl~tt~ Kassay of Newark, N.J. wonder~ if you know which way th~ ~tatue faces. In which hand do~s Mi~s Liberty hold th~ torch, her right or l~ft~ And what do~s she hav~ in h~ l~ft hand~ What are Liberty Ships? -12-
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-13- i0-28-42 3. Ws agroe with Sergeant William D, Prlca of Atlanta, that tea person we turn to Miss Liberty and say "You stand for (PLAY), and every ~oldi~r that gcea past the statue o£ Iborty says (PLAY). ~I~~ ~ ~ ~ ~_~-~5-~-~-~ ~s to s~y "yes~ ~h~n ~h~ Minu~ ~an ~y~ (P~AY~ ~ of is sure you can name the Song that goes ssmethln~ llke this (KAY ~J~S)o ~hst orchestra l~ad~ m~d~ a r~putation blowlns bubbl~s? We~d llk~ fo~ you to sinS a bi~ of "I1m Forever Blowing Bu~bles", and while you d~, we want you to take this and blo~ us some pretty bubbles, and n~ matter what happens keep sin~in~
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-14- i0-28-42 5. Wo have another vdslting Dean from ths Unlv~rslty of Musical Divcrslty one of your own boys (QUESTION TO BE FILLED IN LATFJR). (GIVE CREDITS }~E TO: COLONEL RAYMOND S. PRATT, COMMANDING OFFICLR, FORT DOUGLAS COLONEL H.P. KAMSER, CON)~NDING OFFICER, FORT DOUGLAS RECEPTION CENTER. 6. For the boys of the Medical Department, Tucumcarl, Now Mexico, letfs fight a fe~ mors of Saturdsyls football battles. ItI~ California P~e Flight vs. Washington State, Camp Grant VSo Emox, a~d U.C.L.A. tackles (PLAY). Itls the Army against Psnnsylvsnia on Saturday, Minnesota vs. North Western, snd Illinois tackles (PLAY). SOUND: CLASS BELL -14-
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HIESTAND: EYSEE: HIESTAND: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISK: KYSER: ISH: }¢fgER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: HIESTAND: KYSE~ 5. Professor the second roundrs wrapped up ~d put to bedl Well dontt stsnd there grinning llke ~ pu~kln heed, Get the nsme of the winner| Ye~ sirl And speaking of Pankln heads.. Did you call mo, professor? No, Ishj but as long ~s you ~nswered I'd like to ~n~Ite you to my Hallowsten ps~ty. YOU going to h~ve ~u~key again? %Tny of course| I ~Iwsy~ hays 8 turkey on Hgllow~len, That turkey you had last yesr was awful sm~lll Small? Yeah, it w~s so s~ll I donet even think it was a turkeyl Ishkablbble, it was to_co a turkeyl Then why did it t~y to set up off the table and fly back to Caplstranol (LAUGH} Winner number two, professor| Well strike me blue, the best guesser is Cong~tulstions6 ~ou hav~ Won 8 SeCOnd ohs~ce~ so light up a Lucky while the chillun danc~L RUSSIAN LULLABY ............................ PRODUCTION (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) -IS-
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CO~CIAL #3 IFNDM SLLT ~J~KE cITYa UTAH) KYSER : BLOCK: - 7 - io/~8/~ NOW lefts listen to ~[aPtin Blo~k, You know, friends, history is just full of famous sayings by famous people and live noticed that some of the most Im.porta~t o~ th~se ~tat~men~s ~re ~ade ~p of o~ly a few word~ Yo~ ~irp when you hav~ a~ important subject to ~alk about, it can often he told briefly. And the " of I~Acky Strike Cl~armttes oan also ~~Ina migarette it's the ~f[ tobaooo bh:~t counts, and Lucky !trlkm means fine tob~oco.~ ~@~-~ hen you buy cigarettes, you buy them for the pleasure yo~ got in ~Noki~g. Whe~ y~u s~oke ~ clgar~tte~ youlro smoking tobaoco~YAdd to thnt that~th men who k~'~ow tobaooo bsst~ itls ~uokies ~ to I~ and you h~ve a feature-length ~tory in Just a f~w ~ords~ which I hope will convince you to ~ry the clgaret~e of fine tobacco, Lucky St~ike~ so round, so firm, ~o fully packed~ - so fre~ a~ ~asy o~ the drawe (PICK UP F~ON S~ZT ~KE CITY)
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-17A- 10-28-42 ISH: llrl Going ove~ te~i~lls hou~e,~,~ sure Is a b~au~y| K~ER: Bu~ Ish| Youlve go~ a glrl| ISH: Ysah, but shefs alway~ ~t%r~Ing a~o~d Wi~h the .g~k~ shets engaged to, KYSER : That ~s bad. IGH: Yeah - then you know -- jealousy reams i~s ugly head. KYgEE: And thatls the end of it, ISH: Nope| then I r~ar m~ Ugly h~ad% ISH: Then she rears her ugly head. KYSER : go? ISH: (PAUSE) Gruesome Isnlt IS| ofe~sor, le~,s Get on wit ~he final testl, ~ K---- ~ ^.~ A. ....... ~ =h i2 t-=: '- ....... d .LI_L :=Ifi:_-'~ o -17A- V
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-18- 10-28-4Z (FINAL QUESTION ROUND - PACE I) L Si~ce• thls Is the first time the College~.~,~ "2~J .~l~helt had~,~the~ple~..s~e~_~ holdir~ class in Utah, ai~ right here ~,M~L~lo~j ,5~ :~L~ U.~I.~;~ "l~'l~e~....~.w~ld like to dovotl~ our fiNaL i'cul'td to this wonQerful Stat~eo Speaking, geog~apP~ally, l~liss Ruth l~rtin of Blrml~'~l~ re.rids us that Utah le bQtmded on the West by Nevada, on the E~st b~r ~o~nN ~1 by Colorado, on the Scuthbtr l~lzona and cn the North by WFOmln~ and (PLAT) If y~a were ~oin~ to visit Utah~ g~eat r~t:tonal Pa.~'k~, which ono wc~Ald it b~ ~ Yell~wstol~ Natiol~.al, GI'~d C~yon~ 2, The Capitol of Utah is Salt Lake CitF and one of the things that Impresses you about this ~e&utlful ~Ity Is Itls wide ~t~e~ts~ I~ P~ct Sgt~ Jimmy Eill~m~ of the CoaBt A~tillery say~ i~ you wer~ walking on the ~hady side of a st~eetj itTs a long walk if Fou w~nt to get (PLAY) And O£ course you heve~It seen Salt Lake City until you visit the beautlf~l ~o~mcm Taban~le~ I~T~ very la~ but the a~o~ti~s ~e BO perfect that auythln~ ~ou ~ay c~n be heard all over the Taban~cle eve~ if youlre (PLAY) Whots conslde~ed the father of Calt Lake City? -lS~ z
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(~ ~D) lo/ 8/42 ~. A m~ U%~IS wcnders of nature, one of %he mo~ ph~o~l 1¢ its Salt Lake l~ ~ioh every%hin~ floa%e. In faot i~ ~ormm ~reuo of ~u~ton, Texas, ~Vs anybody thnt auts to~ .~u J~ lu, lie upou %he w~e r ~d ~o (PL~V) &a~, o~ of Ut~hqs promlnont oi%izen~ holds m~re spe~ reoord8 thL~ ~v~ody elso in %he worl~ who i~ he? 4o ~ah has itm Z~° r~a~est %~o# ~%1~ ~ri~i~al ~ttr~a~ Ra~e ~s %he asa~eh -- GOI~E~,T;2~; ~as~.h you ~ay? Xf youlre gcin~ to ~Ii tern llke tha~, you ~ the b~t. U%ahta ~Jo~ i~ the Orea~ ~al~ Oesert~ In f~ ye~erd~y I ~ood onthe sp~ ~ t~% decer% ~re the r~i~ dens llke C~m~bell and J~lu~ la%abli~h their mp~ed re~ord~° Tb~ raoi~ e~rs take ~ Io~ ~ %~e ~al% fl~% ~d ~ (PL~Y). Speakl~ of e.lt~ Leonard ~ elsmen of Clh~lnuati# wo~ld 1Lk~ for ~/ou to ~l~In~l~h betwee~ ~ old se/t~ ~u~r~a~%, and ~al% ~t. ~zie. By the way -" next '.'eek weIll be r~eln~ out %o ~ Bea.h on the Pa~i~. ~ea% %o hold~ nex~ ~d~e~&~le nl~b~e ela~s eessic~ With ~he ferry pllc~e and men of the ~,ir Tr~usport 8~d, ~d bu~wsem n~ and them welll be at the Holland C~ee~ saturday night, S~uda~ we'll be with the m~ori~ed divlelc~ o~ m~ue~vere In the ~aJ~ve ae~ert o~ of i,e~dle~. ~c~day. we'll be wlth the bc~s i~ the ~m~r~mm leser% out ~f Blythe, also at the Blytbe zlr Base la~ero...end Tuesday we'll be at C~mp YO~, ludio, Qallf. ;~ welre ~¢r~ai~ly loo~n~ forward to ~e~us Unole 8 ~JND: CL~.$~ ~ELL
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HIESTAND: HI~STANDt KYS~R = JULI~: KY~Rt JUEIE = ~IESTAND= KY~S .20- 10-28-42 Professor, the Judges just save m~ the wink, Well, Dean, SO see who's in the pinkJ Yeasir J Ah, Juet think, men from all walks of life, here at Fort Douglas, I tDlr~k you,re ~etakene profe~s~, lira sttre they were all air raid wardens before they ~a~ hereJ What makes you think they were all alr-rald wardens, J~lie? Wells they've ~ertainly been keeping ua ~ on the alert~ (~UGH) (FANFARE) Professor~ The big winner of round number three~ Well paint my nose blue and ~all me. M.P~ The wlnner is ] Congratulations and best wIshes~ ~ou won the moetest of fishe~, A $80.O0 Unlted States War BondJ And aeoond manj hold out your hand while I ~ross it with a $28°00 war bond~ And th~ othe~ four who were on the track are not golnr to be left holdinI the sacks because they each get $I0.00 in war sbampso All slx get a eart~ of Lu~kie~n arid T~N to all you boys of the red whlte and blue, for your laughinv and g~od natured hullabaloo~ a paokage of better than ever Lucky Strike Cc~s) LONG FANFARE ( GUT AUDIENCE COLD ) .20- z
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HIESTA~." .21- 10-28.42 Now, st the request of the United States Government, and speaking for the United Stat~s G~vern~p K~y Kyser bring~ you the following messaze. Time - less than a minute and a halF. Subject - War Bondsi.o~, Kys~ro K
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Io/'m/42 ThiJ ~f~s~noon I saw a mr Bond sloEen ~n L ~i~nboard tha~ impre~eed me very ~u~h. It ~aid, "B~ for vi~¢o~ ~/~d sate for ~eaoe". TO that tells the whole ~orT. I ~aux I don't need remlnd >o~ li~e~r6 why ~e mus~ buy ~ham for vi~ory~ boo,use it I~ our m~uoy tha~ ~s for the a~mum/ti~m that will mayo It possible for mort li~ these in front of me n~ to win thi~ ~art I~.% of tho ~rvi~ mea hero and in ~ have not omly glvon themselves, bu~ are ~ao ~ve~i~ ~ ~o ~uy bon~ to ~ - so tha~ when ~h~ wa~ i~ over each you to be prepare~. ~o - in,tea4 of ~pendln£ all you ~re e~rnin~ now. he war~ you %0 ~ the ~hln~ ~ou mu~t hav~ . ~h~n ~ut the ro~t of it in Viar Bon~s ~e~y ~e~k ~o ~ha~ wh~ ~ £Lual~ hav~ ~e~oe we w~nlt al~o havo porous. ~or onoe ~ our live~ ~olk~, I~ look the barn befor~ the hor~e i~ @one. 5e~ $~ not ~y ~ bon~ for Vlo%or~, b~ le~'~ also b~ them for so~nd ooonomlo pete to folloW. (~E) ~I~EIN~ Ox' YOU" f
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7 ..... KAy: HIESTAND: -23- 10-$8-42 And now, chillun, ~his is Kay Kyser thinking cf you° Thanks a lot for being with us, ~d ~o long~verybody.~ J (APPLAUSE) LUCKY ~HEME This b~adoaat was fo~ the entertalnment of the men stationed at Fort Douglas and does not necessarily constltut an endorsement of our product by the War Department. The Ia~ous tobaoco auctioneers heapd on tonlghtts p~ogram were M2° F.E. Boone of Lexlngton. Kentucky d ~. L.A. (S~eed) Riggs of Goldsboro, North 0a~olina~ This program' A. (J ~ame to you from Salt Lake Gity. Utah and New York. THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO,ANY. PRODUCTION RECORD: i - "AS BROADCAST" . PROGRAM O~ ~J~ SWITCHOVERS TO NEW YORK FOR CO~ERCIALS CALIBRE OF CONTESTANTS SPECIAL COM~ENTS -S3- a
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7:00-8:00 PM ~VT 1114142 2. ~JE~I~:II~= i{a~ ~u~¸ 3, DEARLY BELOVED (~VIS~D) KAY KYSER LUCKY STRIEE EOUTINE~ ~6/ #~4z CO~RCIAL ONE ROUND ONE ~ ' Lffd ANNE & GROUP CO?~ERCIAZ ~I0 Air Transport Commond Lon~ B¢~cht Celifornia 4, ~HEN THE LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN HARRY STATION BREAK ROUND ~VO 5, MANHATTAN SERENADE ?RO~JCTION CO~RCIAL THREE 6. ~A ~ ~ ORCHF~TRA 7. AT LAST GROUP FINAL ROUND 9, CAMPTO~ 6~ RACES ORCNES T~A I~VAR~£ UP HE~IINDERS: Ask ~dle~o to ~In s~to~ till program is off th~ ~ir°
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-I- THE AI~RICAN TOBACCO COMP~/~" KAY KVSEBtS COLLEGE OF ~SICf~ E~IOWIEDGE #~41 Orlglnmtos ~t A & ~ BldS, - ~iir Trazspor~ Com~d - Long Bo~ch C~llforr~ (with swltohovcrs to NBC . New York for ~omm~rc~als) 7:00 - B:O0 PM PWT I0:00 - ll:O0 P~ ~IT ~rgD~¢NSDAY, Novombe~ 4, 1942 HEISTAND: HEISTAND: HEISTAND: Smoke the smoke tobacco experSs smoke~ (BOONE: CHANT ENDING SOLD A~,~RICAN - 45 to 48 INCLLSIVE) Lst thot Ghnnt remind #ou thot Lucky Str~kc mea~s fine tobacco . So ~ou~d~ so fi~ so f~/llN pDoksd~ so ~o~ ~nd Gssy on the draw. No ~ondor that with m~n ~ho kno~ tobsc¢o b~st, ~tls Luckics two to one~ (OPENING ~HE~ ) From the Air Transport Commsnd ~t Long Beach, California --- LUCKY STEI~ pressnhs KAY K~SEBtS COLLEGE OF ~SICAL KN~VLE D~E 1 (AUDIENCE HOLLERS "YEA AIR CORPS" -- "HOORAY") (THINKING OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) b
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COmmERCIAL #i (OONTD) - 3 - 11/4/42 BLOCK; I kne'~ that these men saw the public ~uctions in progres~ down South, and while attending ~hese a~ctionsj couldntt help but see who bo%~h~ wh~t tob~oco. Yet, so~ehowp those facts dldntt ~'eally hit home until I s~ for myself public auctio~ ~t Wilson, No2"th Ceroli~e a fe~v months ~go~ There I s~ With my Ow~ eyes ho~ our buyers oerefully select the tobacco that they think is good enough to be kno~ ~s Lucky Strike leaf. Which ~ one of the re~cns I have always wished that you £olks could sometimes attend a tobacco auction and see th~s~ thi~s fo~ you~selveso However, since that is impossible. I will only ~sk you to ~emem~e~ ~h~t Luoky ~trike means ~i~._~e ~ob~cco an~ ~h~ fine tob~oco ~ssu~es you of a fine smoke, I am sure ~hat each time you light ~ Lucky you~ll like a Lucky ~nd you'll eee wh~t I mea~ ~hen I s~ Luck7 ~trlke means fine tobacco, so round, ~o fi~m, ~0 fully ~oksd, so f~ee and e~sy On the d~w~ {PICK UP FROM LONG BEJ,CHt CALIF.~ -3 -
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(PRO~ LONG BEA/~H# CALIF.) Now chillun, herels Martin Block ..° (PICK UP FEO~ NEW YORK) BLOCK : n/4/4~ Friends~ in the past I have always spoken to you about independent tobacco experts as being one sp~clal group of men~ and you and I and all other people as just being average smokers with no special knOWledge about sigaretteso ThatTs why tonight I wlnt to m~ things up a little blt. I want to indulge in a little make-kelley,, if I may° I want to make-kelleve that you are an independent tobacco expert. Letls assume that you are a buyer of tobacco° You buy it at auction, take it to yo~ storage shed, and hold it until you get an offer for it that will give you a profit. Itls your business to know tobacco, to know what it's worth, to Judge its quality, to know whether it's the kind of tobacco for which there will he a demand, and on whlch you can make a profit. NOW, in order to obtain this tobacco with which you run your business, you must bid for it at public auction sales in open competitioD. But before you get into the buying line that goes alcmg in hack of the auctioneer and the warehouseman, you want to know how the price is going and all about the quality of the cropl SO yOU spend a while Just watching. Now, hereTs Basil Ruysdael to tell you what you would see, at one of these typical auction sales. (MORE) -4 -
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KYSER~ -S- (REVISED) 11/4/42 NOW that ~e~n of ~o~on Se~sej Martin Blockj ~emi~ds us that "Seeing is believing"° {SWITCHOVER TO NEW YORK...FICK UP CO~RCIAL NO.l) (appro~ 1°40) BLOCK: (RE~JRN CUE:) I sm sure that esch time you light a Lucky youill like a Lucky and youtll see what I mesh when I ssy IJucky S~rike means fine tobac~oj ~o ro~nd~ so fir~s ~o fully p~cked - so £ree ~nd easy on ~he draw. (S~ITCHOVEH TO LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA) -3- i
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ORCE: GLEE CLUB: KYSER: IRH: KXSER: ISK: KYSER : BOUND: BIESTAND: KYBER: -4- (BEVLEED) ii/4/42 REPEISE "REUBEN REUBEN" Flyers, Flyers, here comes Kyser, Let us give you kids a tip. Though he spouts off like a geyser, You'll find out he's Just a drip~ (GIRLISH LAUGETEB ) (APPLAUSE) Boys, boys~ Shame on you~ Oallin' me a drlp~ I feel a little badly about it myself, Professor. We shouldn't eall you a drip~ Well~ thank you~ Ish, I think DROOP is much better. Get me out of here| Professor~ k/ Our first flyer t21e2 is . (ADD FIRST EXAM) -4- r
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I. -S- 11-4-42 This one from Larry Nelson of San Franclsmo is about one of your buddies who flies planes to New York and it happe~Bd tn him as he w~s walking down (PLY). II -- I I II . ] . ] he met a (PLAY). He lo~t hls heart t~ her when she sang him a (PLAY). And now if youIll identify this radio prc~r~ theme youIll kn@w what your buddy has bean on ever slnoe he fall in love. (P~Y). Verbetta Wolf~ of Sterling~ llllnols~ oolnts out that you ferry oilers fly over a lot of rivers, so some of our gang are going to put on a little skit and as8 if you ~an plok out four rivers from what they sa~. The scene is a bro~deastin~ statlon. JACK: JULIE: JACK: HARRY: BOBBY~ KAY~ Gee:; I hope they have Dolo~es on the prc~am. Isn't DolorB~ Dal Rlo Grands? ( ) ....... ]' "" ~ gDin~ to sing "Oh Hi-O Miss YoU " T~night". ( ). Then comes the Professor m~ 9~ell~ if we donlt bike him we can ~o..,(Jack dues fanfar~ with his mouth). ( ) Ladies and gantlemen, this is Ken Niles announelng the old Professor. ( ) (YELLS) The ham Is on. I ) 8peaklng of the Nile, we usually assoclat~ Cleopat~a wiZh that Tiver, s~ wstd like t@ bare yo~ ima~In6 you ar~ Cleopatra ~n the banks af the N~le and do a little Cleopatra danes for us. ~lll Just put this little costume on you first. New go into you~ dance. (PLAY) -8- e
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-6- 11-4-42 3, NO doubt whan you pil@ts get te the end of you~ run you s~metimes gQ t~ the movies t@ ~lax your ner~s~ so P~ivabe Edward Galloway of ~ort Knox, Kentu~kyj wants you to listen to the following and t~ll us what studi¢ comes to you~ mind. Thi~ is the tradsmark ef what picture company? (PLAY) (Bobby). And now what oompany starts their pi©tures this way? (Kay) Doas this fanfars s~art a Warner BrQther~ picture, ~Oth-Century-F~x, or a Unlversal ploture? (PLAY) -6-
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-7- (REVISED) 11/4/42 At the command of Ethel t~ore of Philadelphia we have pilotgd into the classroom tonight e Dean from the University of Musical Diversity. He is one of your own boys stationed Fight here at the Air TT~nsport Co~mland in l~ng Beach, Letls brlng him out. (ENTERS WITH APPLAUSE) is going to play three songs on his and we want you to listen and tell us what they ate. (PLAY PLAY PLAY) 6o Itls football time in the College So for Bill Cheek of Charleston, South Carolina, let's review a few of this Saturday's highlights: Harvard plays Nichigan; it's Georgia Tech. versus Kentucky, and Yale Rlays (PLAY) ( ). Pennsylvania will try to get the Navy's goat and Dartmouth will try to (PLAY). ( ). Itls Illinois against Northwestern and the Army mule w~ll try to kick the stuffln's out of (PLAY) (APPLAUSE) SOUND: gLASS BELL -7-
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HIESTAND : KYS~ : HIESTA~: ISH : Ky V~ ISH: KYSE~ : ISH: HIESTAND : [CfSER 2. 3- -8- I1-4-42 Profossor, thatls all for the first round te~1~. Wellw Dezn, find Out WhO o~Jme in on the boo~i~ Yes si2~ Some class to you~ professor, the way you arrived here| I didnft know you had a blimp; I haventt got a bli1:ip, IshI It says in tho paper you came by blimp, Where? Wight here: "BIG BAG OP GAS ARRIVES AT LONG BEACHL" (LAUGH) P~'ofeseor, the winnerJ Yes and he is . Ah, my dear salutations on your ex~nir~ation. You may be two ovoninls sensation. Butyl c~youlre waitinr Per the final d~)batlnf, light up ~ Lucky while We ~O U syncopatinr | Yotrs dance| DEARLY BELOVED ....... ,.......,,..,.~,.LOU ANNE AND GROUP (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) A
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HIE~TAND : KYSER : HIE~TAND : ISH:" KYSER : ISH: KYS~: ISH: HIESTA?~: ~S~: 2. 3. -8- (ALY~aEAT~) ll-%-~ Profsssor~ thatrs all for the Xlrst rou/id team. Wellp Deant find out who came in on the be~/ul Yes~ sir| Professor~ do you know what a WAVE is? YOS~ Ish, a WAVE is a memeber of a military organization for girls. Did you know that a WAVERS special Job is to got rid of M.Prs? Get rid of H.P.'s? What makes you say that? Well, it says right here in the Long Bench paper, ;'THOUSANDS OF OLD CRABS WASHhDUP BY LONG BF~CH WAVES;" ( LAUGH ) professor, th~ wlnne~J Yes, and he is . ~I~ dear salutations on you examination. You may be toni~itts sensation. ~e~ntlme, while youlre waitinl for your final debatin', light up a Lucky ~hile we do some syncopatin~I Gems on, chillun, yotls dance; EVERYTHING I'VE GOT ............... ~ ....... ORCHESTRA DEARLY BmLOVL~ .................... .......LOU ANNE AND GROUP (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) -8-(ALTERNATE) A
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GO~CIAL EUYSDAEL : W~BM£N : EUYSD~EL: WHSMJ~N: RUYSDAEL: #2 (c0N~) - 5 - i1/4/4E ~CE0V:0 EOlSE - c~) Ladies and gentlemen, we're reenacting some exciting moments of a tobacco auction down 6outh. (CH&NT UP - SCUD I~MERIC$~N AT 47) 55L (C~.NT) This huge warehouse is filled wire hundreds and hundreds of baskets of f~agrant %ob~ceo° Each baskst is ~old individually to the highest bidderL (CH/~NT UP - SOLD TO X AT 58) Fine leaf, boys . .. 4~L (C}5~NT) Up for sale now is a basket of the riper, lighter, milder tobacco that makes ~ better cigarette .,. The warehousemanls etarting price of 4~ - 42 dollars a hundred pounds has ~ been bid up to 43 - and now Lucky Strike bids 44 - another olgarette oompanE 45 - a leaf company 46 - an export company 47 - 4V - but Lucky Strike raises it to 48 - 48 dollars - and, yes, herers th~ sale. (C~NT UP - SOLD ~,~RIC;~ ~.T 45) (MORE) -S -
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co~in ~ fcol~) - g - 1I/¢/1g BLOCK: Don't forget those two words, "gold Amerioan." And donlt forget that we were making-believe that you~ ~ average cigarette 8mokeF, are a~ th1~ moment a tobacco expert. I think you must admit that as that tobaoeo was being sold, you Would have ~een who was bidding° You would hav~ heard the bids. Yould have had an Opportunity to ex~nine the kind of leaf that was sold, and you could have seen that basket of finer tobaeoo "Bold 7~erio~u." While we have only been making-believe that you are a tobacco expert attending that auotloni therei~ no mak6-helieve about the faot that at these auctions you will fimi independent tob~eoo experts in atte~dancs. ~nd knowing what they do about tobacco. I think that the greatest tribute to ~ucky Strike Oigarettes is the faot that with these men I~lokies have ~ore tha~ twice as maI~y ~olusive smokers as all other brand8 of edgarett®s combined. Tonig~ I place you in the po~$tlon of the indo~ndent tobacco expert. Now,do yourself a favor - carry it Just o~e step famther~ a~d do am th~ tohacoo experts do ~.. select the cigarette that means fine tobacco, and that cigarette is ~aeky ~trike. (PICK UP FROM LONG B~J.CRi CALIF.) -6 -
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KYSEE : -S- (REVISED) NOW chillun, hotels ~rtin Blook........ 1/4/42 {SI~TSHOVER TO NK~ YORK,.*.PICK UP COMMERCIAL NO, 2) ~app~ox* 3.00) BLOCK: 4. (RE~N SUEi) NOW, do yourself a favor - oarry it Just one step fsrther, and do as the tobacco experts do....select the c~sarette that means flne tobscco and that c~arette 18 Lucky Strlke. (SWIT(~OVER TO LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA) '~HEN THE LIGHTS GO ON AGAIN ......................... HARRY REPRISE: "ARMY AIR CORPS SONG" -9-
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HIESTAND: ii-4-42 From the Army Air Transport Command in Long Beachs Callfornia we pause for station Id~ntiflcat£on, with salutes to every flier in the nation| LOCAL NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X SALUTES THE ARNY AIR ~ANSPO~T FLIERS.T' (PLEASE TELE~/PL THIS TO ALL STATIONS 0A~¥1NG THIS PROGRAN ONLY WHEN FINAL APPrOVAL IS GIVEN) -lO-
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HIESTAND: KYSER : ISH: EYSER: ISH: SOUND: KYSER: HINSTAND: KYSER: -11- 11-4-~2 While the second round groupie getting ready to ~Ix, Lefts listen to Kay teaching Ish politics, Ish, in order to vote right youlve got to know something about politics. NOW fo~ the last time, define the phrase "Political parley",,. Well, you have to be s polltl@Is/%to be political, Righb, A parley is a parrot, and a parrot is a bird, so a political parley is when a bt~Qh of ~olltiolans get~ and i~a~ each other the bird* ( LAU~N ) GLADS BELL Ish, IIll confess you are a i~ess, Professor, the students are ready to guess. Yes, yesZ And number one in the second ~o%Lqd is (ADD SECOND EXAM) -ll- A
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i. -l~- n/4/42 Itts a privilege to hold class with the Ferry 0o~and - the boys who fly our ships an~here (PLAY) Peter Ferrarl of springfield, Mass. tells of a ferry pilot who was given a ship and told 9o get going. The pile% asked his destlna%ion and the reply was, "Donlt worry abo~% wheme yo~tr~ golng~ jnst (FLAY) He did, and pretby soon be ~aw the (PLAY) B~t this swallow was a SouZh America~ swallow so pretty ~oon o~ pilot knew he was (PLAY) ~, We agree with Nancy Breckenridge of New York City that you fellows arenlt the only ones who fly. For Instances who flies in this son~? (PLAY) (~ax) DUmbo was quite a flyer. He is a flying what? The flying horse reminds you of what gas and ell company? Did you ~ver see a horse fly? CONTESTANT: No, but IIve seen a cat fish. 0
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- - i /4/42 2~ There are three b~t ~f the .e~io. in ~ . mmn I. n~ ~mken ~o, Angele# ~e11~ ue ~h~t hll d~ ~li~e4 in ~he (~@~). ~i~ li~er who liMe~ a~1ora e~li~ed ~ ~he (~) and his wife who ~al a b~her ~ ~he a~ enl~ed in ~ (~AA~$). ~o~ ~° Fi~e e~11e~ ~ dra~ ~ and said a~ 1~n~ a~ y~u have
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3t -13- i1/4/42 In this one from we ate flying over ~kansas and quiSe appropriately you tune in on yo~ radio the theme of one of Arkansast leading citizens. It goes something llke this, (PLAY) And ndw the theme of two other well-known Arkansas personalities. (PLAY) And now you twist the dial a bit and hear the voice Of one of A~ka~aBI outs~snd~ slnge~So (P~x) 4o Speaking of flying~ wants you to tell us what flies in this song. (PLAY) And what flies in this one~ (PLAY) (Harry) What fellow in the c~ic strips flies without aa airship? What part of baseball equipment flies? ~%at is a fly-by-night? (What are you looking at me for?) -13- 0
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5. CR~vls~) IL/4/4a At the request of Lieutenant Mike Frankovloh we are gelng to oall on the Unlver~ity of Musical Diversity for another of its outstanding artists and he is none other than of the Air Transport Command stationed right here at Long Beaoh| (APPLAUSE) (PLAY - PLAY) 7 is going to play ~tunes ~9--his Listen and tell us what they are. 51 Let's grapple wish some more of the grldlronts outstanding olassics for this coming Saturday. ~m~ itls Iowa Preflight vs Fo~ Knox; Ohio State ve PittsbUrgh; U.C.L.A - Oregon, and Southern California vs (PLAY) Minnesota tangles with Indiana, George Preflight vs Auburn, and Virglnla takes on (PLAY) APPLAUSE SOUICD: OLASS BELL -14-
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COMMERCIAL #3 - V - (FROM LONG BEACHa CALIF.) Now let1~ listen to Martin Block ... (PIOK UP FROM NEW YC~K) BLOCK: ii/4/4~ You know friends, truthfully it is impossible to Judge anything withou% knowln6 the ~rue fa~ts in the case so I am going to ask Basil Ruysdael to give you the clear, coDclse faots'that I am sure will help you in the seleotlon of a clgarette. RDYSDAEL: Ladies and gentlemen, make no mistake - in a clga~ette it's the tobacco that coumts. The better the tobaoco - the better the cigarette. So remember this simple fact: Luok~gtrlke mea~s fine tobace._~o. At auctions all over the South, year after year, th~ makers of Luckiss consistently ~elect and buy the riper, the lighter, the nattt~ally milder Luoky Strike leaf. Yes, ~mckers, Lucky Strike means fin__~e tobaoco - ~o round, so firm, ~o fully packad, ~o free and ~sy on th~ draw. NO wonder that with Independent experts - with mez who ~now tobaoco bestt it's Lucklo~ ~ to i. And ~here friends you have the facts. Undeniable facts ~o presented that if you will stop and a~alyze them they can lead to but one thing. A decision on your p~rt to make Ducky Strike your sigaretteo (PICK UP PROM LONG BEACH) - 7-
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.16- (REVISED) Ii/4/42 K~E~: NOW letls lis~e~ to Mart£n Block .... (SWITCHOVER TO NEW YORK,..tPICK UP CO~ERCIAL NOo 5) (approx l.lO~ BLOCK: (RETURN SUE: ) And there, ~riends, you have the facts, Undeniable facts so presented that if ~ou will stop and analyze them they can lead to but one th~ng. . a d~cision on you~ par~ to make Luck~ Strlk~ your cigarette. (SWITCHOVER TO LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA 7. AT LAST GROUP (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER ~AROK -16- V
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HIESTA~D : KY~R : AUDREY I EYSER : AUDEEY I AUDREY: KYSER: AUE~EY | 11-4-42 -IV- Professor are you ready for the final dish~ Yes, but Ju~ walt until I talk tc IshJ.,.:shJ....IshJ ~raerels :shJ ...... wait until I get my hands on him,... Oh you shouldnlt be too mean to Ishkabibble, profssso~2 WellJ Little AudreyJ How oome .your re sticking up for Ish all of a sudden? Well, hela going into the armyJ He i~ ~Cnat branch? The WAGSI Why, Audreys Ish canPt Join the Wags. Wage are dogs; Well, all I know is, he Just got hie classification and it's K-gJ Th~'r f ~ OU~Ids profsssorl Ah yes, and first finalist is (ADD FINAL EXAM) -IV- z
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i, -18- ii-4-42 Yesterday was election day So tonight we think Itts appropriate in OUr final round to point out ghe fact that the~e 8m~ many musloians ~mong A~nerlosu Statesmen, and music h~s played ~n lmpoetant part in many campaigns. For instance Bob Hopkins with the ~rchant Narlnes somewhere, points OUt that a song first used by President l~eKinley in his presidential campaign has b~com8 s~boli~ of most all political rallies. It is (PLAY) "~Itl~ which President are 'rAnchors Aweigh~! ~d i~Happy Day~ are Hers Agsi~ii associated? It is true that orchestra leade~ Vi~ I~eye~s is also Lt. Governor of the State of Washlngtou? 2, Miss Clotilda 0r~ega of New York City wants you to name this soI~g and tell us with what very unique Amsriean Statesman it is associated. (PLAY) He is a former Oovernor of New York State. And a forqner Governor of Texas and now in Oor~ess ca~paigned with his ova% band and might have played this song~ (PLAY) INha~ is the song and who i~ the States~an? -18-
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3. -19- ii-~-42 The late William Wooden, Secretly of the Treasury, was quiSe a ~omposer; former ~ayor of Now York City, Jimra£e Walker~ w~ote the words to ~W111You Love Me In De~embe~ AS You Do In May" and th l~te Vice Presldont Gharlss G~ Dawes~ co~posed ~ Sgt, J~n Bslche~ of Oa~p Edwards, Mass. wants you to ~ell us ~sth~r itls Daw~s Melody in P, Dawes Melody In A, Dawes Melody In E ~lat, or D~wes Prelude in C Sharp ~inor. (PLAY) Will ~ou distinguish between BaZlot~ Ballad~ and Ballet, In the show iOf Thee I Singi' a oertai~ fellow ran for President. This was th~ ~ampalgn song and Miss Sylvia Pet~i of E~t Por~ Cheste~ Conn., wan~s you to name it (PLAY) In the 1~36 Eleotion, muslc played an important part of the ~ampalgn. For Instanoe All Laudon used one of Gtephen ~oster~s best.known compositions. It was (PLAY) N~w that el~ctlon is over and the choi~s of th~ people has been made, we know that all of ot[~ st~tes~ ~lll be g~a~lous win~e~s o~ ~ood iose~s~ a8 th~ ease ma~ be, and in the t~u~ American spirit, all Jo~n hands and pl~dg~ our whol~ hearted support to A~orlca and it~ future, so that it will ~lways b~ (PLAy) SOUND: _. CAAAS ~FLL -19- v
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HIESTAND| KYSEH: IgD: KY~R ; ISH: EYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER : ISH: HIESTAND: KYSER: Professor, the final test is endedJ Well see who the Judges recommended! Ish Ka Bibble? Dight here. Well ±tls about time, Beach Pike~ Have you been doWn on bh~ Long Yes sir. I was lookiDg 8rotUad the side shows, Lookin~ around t~e side shows~ YOU were doing more than that! You were~ bo the India Dubber Woman. No sir, I was Just lookinIJ I have it from a very reliable source that you put you~ arms arot~ug the India Dubber Woman~ I was Just lookinI2 LOOKINV~Y You know ver~ well you were o~ught ~ the India Dubber Woman~ You call that All right, so ~ WAS RUBBER-NECKINGX ( LAUGH ) (FANFARE) The king pln, professorJ And it is | Mr° transport ace~ you have won first place and the Sgo, U~Ited ~ Itm sure %he remalnini quartet w~n't regret $io. in waratampa eaehJ All six get a earton of Luckies~ AND TEEN to all you men of the Army Air Transport Command ... for beinl ~uch wonderful sports, a package of bette~ ~han ever LUCk~/ STDIE~ CIGAEETTES~ ........... A m iDo you"
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-gl- 11-4-42 KAY! Well ehilltt~# thatl~ about all fo~ this ~lass se~slonj 81sd our sincere thanks to Colons1 and Colonel and all you Transport pilo$~ and enli~te~men fo~ your ~any courtesies durln~ our v~er~. ~-- ~ex~ we'l± ~e w~h the ~i~ dow~ at Camp Nlllott, near San Dieg@. And we rre certs/nly looking forward to / And nowp thi~ Is Kay Kyser ... thinking of you. Thank~ a lot fo~ being with us ... ar~ .. so long, everybody. (A~PZ~USE) LUCKY THEME HIESTANDt This broadcast was for the entertainment of tl~s men stationed at the Air Transport Cammand and does no$ constitute an endorsement of our product by the War Department The famous tobacco auGtleneers heard on tonightls program were Mr. F~ E. Boone of Lexington, Esntuok~ and Mr. ~.Ao (gpeed) Riggs of Goldsboro, North Carolina. This program came to you from Long Beachs California and New York. THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CS4PANYj PRCU~CTI ON HECORD : "AS BROADCAST" - PROGRAM ON ,~ ~ PROGR~I OFF ~J-~ SWITOKOVERS TO NEW YORK FOR COMMERCIALS ~-" CALIBRE OF CONTEST~TS /~r-'r~x-- ~ -21-
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-8 - (FROM LONG BEACHI, CALIF.) KYSER: ....... AND THEN to all you men of the Army Air Tra~afort Comand -- for belnD Such wonderful sforts, a package of better than ever LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTES~ ~. D~DANEL~ ............. ORCHE~ TR~ ) (EYSER THE~ ...... THINKING OF YOU) KYSER: Well ohillun, thatts about all for this class session, and our slzcere thanks to Colonel and Colonel and all you Transport pilots amd e~llstsd men for your many 0ourtosles during our visit here. Next week we'll be with the Marlnes down at Camp Elliott, near San Di~go. And weTre oertainlT looking forward to being with them° And ~ow, this is EaT KTsor o.. thlnki~g of yOUo Thanks a lot for being with us .,. and ... so long, everybodT. ~CL~ING T~ME° . . . ) This broagoa~t was for the entertainment of the men statioD~d at the J~ir Transport Command and ~oes not constitute ~n ondoroe~ont of our product bT the War Department • This program 0ame to you from Long B~aeh~ California and New York~ THIS IS ~HE NATIONAL BE~DCASTING COMPANY.
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(REVISED) 11-11-42 I. TELL IT TO TEE MARINES ORCHESTRA COM~RC IAL ONE O O~£MEECIAL TWO /G~ 4. STATION BREAK EOUND TWO 6. IIVE GOT THE TOUCH OF TEJ(A6 ~~ COMMF~RO IAL THREE 6. 7,~F~ TO TALK FOR JOE FINAL ROUND PRODUCTION BARRY OROBESTHA ORCHESTRA WARM UP REMINDERS: Ask aud~enoe ~o pemaln seatsd till p~ogram iB off the air.
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-1- THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY KAY KYBERtS COLLEGE 0P ~JSICAL KNOWLEDGE ~4~ Originates st the U.S. Marine Barracks, Camp Elllott 0alifornla (with ~witchovers to NBC, New Yo~kj for Commercials 7:00 - 8:00 P~ ~T lO:OO-11:CO PM ~T Wednesday, November 11, 194~ HIESTAND: HIESTAND: HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR i (BOONE: CHANT ENDING SOLD A~ERICAH - 45 to 48 INOLUSIVE) ................................ | ...... Let that chant remind you that Lucky Strlke means fine tobacco - So round, so firm, so fully packedp so free and easy on the draw. No wonder that with men who know tobacco best, itls Luckles two to one | LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS CONE TO WAR | (OPENING THEME) From the U.So Marine Barracks at Camp Elliott, California --- LUCKY STRI~ presents KAY NYSER,S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE | (AUDIENCE HOLLERS "YEA LEATHERNECKS |" -- "HOORAY") (THINKING OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) Y~
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-s- LI/KE/4~ KYSER.' Evenin) folka, how ytall? LUCKY STRIKE GR~N HAS GONE TO WAR| And believe mep we)~~rteinly happy to be here at th~ Ma~ine Corps Base with U~le Sam's flghtin,~st br~n&h. of the service, E_lJL__ ~ I 1_ ._~ :~.__ i~,-- ~really know how to handle thei~ a~ms. KYSER: Julie I Shame on yOUQ !'' ~ ~'= = . I ~ • - ~ gell ~ few Jokes ~o these marines. ISK: Yeah - thatIs what the headlines say in the paper. KYSER: They do, Ish? ISH: Yeah -- the headlines say "DEVILED HAM TO LAy DEVILED EGGS FOE DEVIL DOGS |" ., l_t. lb~ , 3~ ]~ ............ =^' ...... = "T ....... ,. m
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-2A- (REVISe) ll/n/4~ ~YSER: Ish, ycuTd better stow the gab~ er youTll be lylnl on a slab, Besides, our two teams of fightinT Marines are ready to try for the oream of our $115 in War Bond pri~esw~i~4.a while the~Ire~ ~re~arlntl ~etls do som~ rarint i ~e| l, TELL IT TO THE MARINES, .................... ORCHESTRA ( AUDl~CE APPLAUSE) • -~ LUCKY ST~IE~ GRE~ HAS GONE TO ~AR | m -eA.
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CO--SIAL #l - 2 - nAl/~ (fROM SAN DIEGOw CALIF. ) RIEdTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ KYSER: Now chillu~, that Dean of Co,resort Sense, Martin Block, has something to say about a test for somJaon sense ... (PICK UP FROM NEL~ YORK) BLOCK: ~Friends, I think It~ quite interesting to note that 0 before a man enters ou~ Armed Forces, he is given an intelligence test ..o really a simple test. And the purpose of it is to find out if you are prepared to face s problem squarely and go about solving it intelligently for yo~sslf, In other words, that intelligence test wants to find out how good you sre on tho common sense angle - how good you s2e in making an intelligent dse~sion, NOW, berets 8n e~ampl8 of eo~fl~1on sense intelligence. See If you donlt agree. The folks who make Lucky Stmikss realize that no cigarette can hope to be say better than the tobacco from which itms msde. And, so, if We are going to give yom s fine smoke, we have to make it from fine tobacco, which explains why our buyers attend the public suctions and after carefully considering and inspecting, they select that fin~ Lucky Strike leaf that they know will make a better cigamette. Personally, I think itts Just common sere that since in a clgarette, Iris the tobacco that counts, and since Lucky Strike means fin_.__~ tobacco, that itIs Just the intelligent thlng to do to smoke Luckles, so round, so firm, so fully packed, so free and easy on the draw. RUYSDAEL: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WARI (PICK UP FROM SAN DIEGO CALIF.)
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B*~3KS Now ob~.ll~ ~h~ J~ew.n of oQ~on e~ej ~fa~:Ln B~kj LUOKI' STRIXE ~ ~.B GO~~ TO ~,~ (SrIT~IOVEI~ TO C~'~ ELLIOIT ClLIFO~0
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HIESTAND: 0RC~ESTRA: GLEECLUB: KYSE~ : SOUND: HIESTAND: KYSER: -4- (FRHFAFE) Ladies and gentlemen~ at this time ws usually introduce the old professor with a derogatomH dittys wherein the studen$s intimate that he is any of various well k~sw~ characters such as dimwit, droopj drip o~ saps Howev@~ thla week marks the 167th anniversary of the United States Marines and wstd llke to take this-~ to wish all you Marines s Happy birth@ay | REPEISE°,RA~BLING WRHCE FROM GEORGIA TECH Oh, you ~ leathernecks Our hats are off to y~u I FOE you h%uudred and sixty-seven yeats With th~ ~@d the white and bl~@, Youlll take @4~n and Uitlor too And youlll make 4~ ~ tIU~!~ 2 ~q By the time that you get through| How about it, fellahs? i! ....... ii ........ dLASS BELL There's the signal for the f;ret round, professor| ~ l kl- Right | And o~r first marine is (ADD FIRST EXAM) -4-
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~,O~i~ -5- ii-n-42 l~ For Mia~ Alioe Breton of E1 Paso, Texas, wetll tell a blighted love ~tory of th~ee ~ Their oom~anding offloer g~anted them ~ few hours leave, but he told them to he sure to be bac~ (P They ..... ~ ~o, ~ ~ .......... :__. ~eo~u, the, ~sr. th ~o,o ~lt~ ,'rr~.'~.'~ ,Time flies When ~o~a~e8 is in the air~ SO it was 3 orslook In ~the morning when they got back to camp. They contended it was only 8 o,clock by their w~tches, end the sentry said "Yourre iooking at those watches like {PLAY). So from behind bars, the boys wrote their gads and Bald ~~a leaked up for th~ duration, eo hotels wishing you a (PLAY). LUCKY STHIKE ~REEN ~L~S GONE TO WAR~ 2. Cla~de Moore of Wichita, Kansas, wants to know which one of the three little sisters loved the Marine - the first one, second one, or third one, What are the shores mentioned in the Marine B~mm - ~#~ / What is a shore dinner? When you leave here it might be your duty to protect anyone of many shores. Which shore would you rather p1~ ote st ? C ONTESTANT~h Shore 2 e
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-6- ll-ll-4S 3, As T get it from the guys around here, a gold briek is a fellow who ducks wemk and likes to take it easE. Miss Anne Merrlman of Baltlmore, ~, says in other words a sold brick is a (P~AY. A gold bri~k aays if you w~t a pas~ to leave the camp and dontt know how to get it, that (PLAY). SpeakinS of be~ee, what kind of bones does that sonE bring to your mind. What does it mean "to pull a boner"? What kind of bones are Afrlean dominoes? 4. ~reTa a funny one f~:,n~ John Lonergan of Buffalo, Sew Ye~k - Of what bo~e does this r~ind you. Wha~ fellow i~ a minstrel show Who makes 7OU "ha ha haII is sometimes called sMr. Bones". The end man in a minstrel show bests a tambourine and shakes bones like this. H~rels a tambourine and he~e~s s pair of bones and weld llke for you t6 play both at the same ti!~e. (PLAY). KYS~: ? Yes sir. he really went Co town, dldntt he;.o°;a~s ....LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GO~ TO WAR; -6-
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-7- 11-11-42 5* Quick llke a flash aS the request of Miss BaPbara Mani of New Orlean~ we ge f~'om tambourine~ a~d bone~ to our visitin5 deans of ~he University cf Musical Diversity - five of your own bcya (HILLBILLY GROTJP) ~ q~ 5. Football maises its head agaln bhls Saturday and Sergeant Aaron Smith of Camp Roberts~ Callfornlaj wants u~ ~o point OU~ a few of Saturdayls hish-lights. It's Northwestern versus Wisconsin, Texas veraus TCU, Harvard asalnst Brawn and in the middle west~ llllnoIQ tackles (PLAY). Itts Duke against the Old Alma Mater, North Carolina, princeton versu~ Yale, and down in Texas, it~A Rice versus (PLAY). (APPLAUSE) BOUND : CLASS BELL .7-
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-8- Ii-ii-4~ KIESTAND: LUCKY STRIEE GREEN~i~!E~.~..~.~HAS GONE T WAE! ' ~qlL~ The fiI'st raundi~~. Yes, Doan Hiestsndt bhat round was really ho~,..,..f~-'~-,~ J ~flnd the Marine who is i~ the top spot. ~l~]la ~ - [jLl[ -" L~i~ e ..... :" [-- .... ' o-~ .... L "" ' [ Z-; 2~.. t "'~¢1,I Ths ~ID~P~ pPof~ssoPl A~e he i~ z Seed Wopk ra~ dsar ~, No~IPe th~ flPst ~ound ~opl LIEht up a Lucky from the woPldls finest crop. Pinal round~s comin', GO kesp on thlnkinI donlt step, while the ehillun dance, eome on chillun, ~etls hopl KNOCK ME A KISS ............................. SULLY & GSOUP DAYBREAK ................... . ...................... ,.HARRY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) HIESTA~D : KYSER : -8-
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CO~gF~HCIAL #2 - 3 - (FROM SAN DI~G0t CALIF.) HIESTAND: LUOEY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO I~AR. EYSER: NOw chillun, herets Martin Block. (PICK UP FROM N~V YORK) BLOCK: RUYS DAEL : WHSMAN : RUYSDAEL : liAiA Frlen~st Basil RuysdaelIs prepared to de~aonstrate by reenaotment that a So~thern tob~coo suction is really quite as exciting as any of those football games youTvs seen or Meard this Fall. (SNEAK IN CHANT - CROWD NOISE) Piotttre a huge tOb~O~o warehouse~ ladies sad gentlemen - o~owded with people - over a dc|~abuyers ooolpotlng for the leaf - ands the whole crowd tonso with exoltsment ss the bids go up - ~M~ (CHANT UP - SOLD ~MRICAN AT 45) Good tobacco~ boys~ ~| (CHA~) ~l dollars a hundred pounds is the warehousemanls opening bid on this next basket. But right away s leaf company bids 42 - L~cky Strike ralses it to 43 - that leaf company again ~4 - another cigarette company bids 45 - an ~xport company ~6 - ~6 - but Lucky Strike raises it to ~7 - and yes - itts going - going - (CHANT UP - SOLD A~ERICAN) (MORE)
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COMMERCIAL #2 (COE~D) - 4 - ll/ll/~ BLOCK~ Ye~j ladies and gentlemen, at ~uct~ons like that all over Tobao~olandp year ~ft~r yesr, the makers of Lueki~s oonslstently select snd b~y th~ riperj lighters milder tobacco ~ the resl Lucky Strlke tobscoo, Yest friends# to put it In ~ nutsheil Lucky Strlke means fln___~etob~cco - so ~oun~t so fi~m~ so full~ paoked~ so f~ee and ea~ on the dr~w° And, f~o~am~ own personal ~xp~len~ IIm ~ume that eve~ tlme yo~ llght s Lucky yourll llke Sucks, RUYSDAEL~ LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO ~Ik~o .(PICK ~P FROM SAN D~GO~ CALIFI)
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HIE~T~ t BLOCXS RDYSD£.~L : ~e L~E~ ~/~I~ @.~ E~ GONE TO TJLR| NOW ob/ll~j hereJs ~'~in Bl~kj .... (R~prox, 1,15) ( RETUpJ~ ~D~) ~nd ~rom .~ o~0 ~rsonal expsri~ce I am ~ure %ha% e~ry %line you limb% & LUOky you'll llke a LUO~. T~ RE~RISEI LU~f ~TRI~ TIN~ .@. \
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HIESTAND: AUDIENCE: KYSER : HIESTAND: -l~- (~VISED) 11/Ii/42 LUCKY STRIXE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR| The United States Marines stationed here at San Diego, gallfornia join with all of their buddies wherever they may be tonight In observing the 187th Anniversary of the founding of the United States Marine BorpSo E'JN "MARINE ~" (SPOKEN) From the Halls of Mon~ezt~a, TO the Shores of Tripoli, We fight our @uu~t~Is battles, 0n the land as on the sea. First to fight for~right and freedoms And to keep our honor elean, We are proud to claim the title Of U~ited States Matins, We pause fQr station iden@ifioation and a salutation to the fi@hting Marines of a fighting nation. LOCAL NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X SALUTES TEE UNITED STATES MARINES |" KYSER MARCH -I0- m
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HIESTAND= (SOUND:. EY~R| JACK: KESER : JACK: ISH: H~ESTAND : KYSER : HIESTAND ; -ii- (ALTERNATE) - .i-~11-ii-42 The second round Is ready and due rltht now| But the Professor and Ish are herint ~howJ RATTLE DISHES ) You know3 Gerteants Ild like ~o o~r 8ome~hlr~, b~ I donI~ understand this Marine lingo. I~18 81m~le profeasoro For instanoe GRASS Is SALADp JOE or MUD la GOFFEE~ ~AGULL msanm ~HIGEEN and PUNK is what we ~all BREAD. 0hj flne~ W~II~ IIll haVe a eu~ of J~ and t~eagull How about the PUNK? Who mD~ I~11 ~ut have a dou@hnut~ (ZAUGH) ProfessO~ we o~Tt walt any late~, Yes, come on~ ISh, we~ll eat late~J ~d o~r firs~ ~ontestant for old al~ tomatar i8 ~ /~6~-~2.~ (ADD SECOND EXAM) ~, LUCKY BTRI~ GREEN HAS GO~E TO WAR| t~Ing o~l the 80cond l~ottI1d team of the Leathe~eok ~, (ADD SECOND EXAM) -ii- (ALTERNATE) E
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II 11-11-42 -12. This one from Miss A~ Halda of South Omaha, Nebraska, is about a M~ who landed in the pa~lor of a beautiful girl, a desoriptlon of whom would be (PLAy). He said "You have eyes of ~L%~ - look into mine and tell me what oolor they are." She looked and said Wyou have (PLAY14 Wh~le she was looking into hid eye~, he winked a~ herp ~d she imm~dlately yelled (pLAy). ~er ~ same rushing i~ and pretty ~oon ~he MarineT8 ~ eyes were (PLAY). 2~ NaJor Kennedy notes that ~es~dBs the fightin6 marines t~e are some oth~r kinds of marinos~ and he would lik~ to have you ~ame t~ee kinds of marine life. Believe it or not~ we know ~f ~ vBry beautiful mar£n~8. C~e i@ Maureen 01~am~ You ~ame another° What is a moron~ (what are you leaking at m~ for?) Wha~ ~olor is ~roo~? ~8 right, and speakln~ of colors~ chill~ LUCKY ~TEI~ GREEN ~8 GONE TO WAR| z
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Miss Marion Lo~snz~n of Davenpox~ Iowat ws~It~ you to nares thls song and ~II u~ whether you think it1~ the ~beme of Tr~th and Conseq~e~oe~m Hobby Lobbyp We the Peoplet or the Adventures Of th~ Thin Man. (PLAY)~ ~R bi~d ~ ~^,,~ ~i ~ ~o ~ 4, After a long long vaostlono the wha~ whatts have eo~ baek to the Oolle~e° Pv~, Oarm~n C~II Somewhere with ~n~le SainTs for~es~ went~ ~ou te ~ake out ~he "wha~ts~ in the f~llowin~ sgng tltl~s and pu~ in th~ oo~Teet wo~ds. (I) I What m~ What, What t~ What Doer Whateen. (~) What What Wh~ What Wha~ Wha~ What What What got a What in Whatima What. (~) Itm Whatlr~ with What in ~ What. NOW we fd llk~ ~o~ you sln~ K~lamazoo and here i~ a ~peoial se~ of (PI~Y) (aA~) z
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II-II-4S -14- 5. O~ visiting Deans from the U~verslty of ~ml~al l}Iver~Ity have landed again~ and will soon have the s~tuatlon in hand. At the ~equest of Miss Franoes TemPle of Detrolt~we brlng aok th8 flghhenest hill blllles we'w evor me~, ~ ~t~- ~o For William Fitzgerald of Unol~ Samls Fleet~ let's tuagle with some more of Batu~yls Football ~eale~° Itls George Pre£11ght vs. ~ulan~, Mi~b/~an.Notre Dame~ Fort ~onmouth vs, Rutger~ an~ Oregon t~ekles {pLAy). Great Lakea tangle~ with Marquette, an~ Washington S~te plays (PLAy). Lakehurat Naval plays Lafayette, and Iowa t~les to stop (PLAY). -14- g
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CO~aOIAL #3 - 5 - ll/lIA2 (FROM SAN DIEG0f CALIF.) HIESTARD: LECE~ STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ KYSER: Now Martin Block puts the facts squarely on the line ..o (PICK UP FROM NE@ YORK) BLOCK:,ymes in the pasts IIve talked to yo~ about independent tobacco experts whoj because itls their business to attend puhllo a~ctionsp eanrt help but s~e who buys what tobacco. And ITve told you hOW with these men who know tobacco bests itls Luekles 2 to l. Now I have met some of these independent tobacco expertst and they are Just plain ordinary people llke you and me. They wo~k hard all day, and spend quiet evenings at hom~ with their family Just llke the rest of KS. Theylre Just hard workers who know their buslness. Sot when by an overwhelming majority these men tell us they smoke Luoklss~ it|s mo~e than Just cold impersonal fact. It.s llke Mrs. Jones leaning over the beck fence and telling her neighbor about the new flour that makes cakes so Why don)t you take a tip fp~m the~ much better. the next time you buy a pack of cigarettes? Remember to ask for Lucky Strlke| RUYSDAEL: LUCKY STRIKE GBEEN HAS GONE TO ~AR~ (PICK UP FROM SAN DIEGBfCALIF.)
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KY~ERs BLUE: RUY~D~; 64 7. Now 1~In Blook pt~s ~he tae~I sqwuk-e~ on ~he li~ • .... ( j~rox. 1,15) • pa~k of oigare~eJ, ~er ~o adk for Luoky ~r~keo 808~ OF LOVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . J1~ Ym#, ohillu~,..LUO~ STRI~ ~'F~-~ ~ H,.~ GONE T¢ • ,.i~ -le-.
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HIESTA~: EYSER= HIESTAND: KYSER: -iV- ii/ii/4~ Professor, ready for the final start? Yes, and our finalists are ~eal~ smart| Believe me3 ~ 2hd U. S. I~arine Corps ~eall~ buil~ menJ What did you say, Professor? Y say thB Marine COrps builds men.v~ J --- - o • r, f~Ism ............... (LA~IGH) ~o~. ~CK~ ~E GREEN ~A~ GON~ ~0 WAR~ And -- It's tLme for the Final Fxam~ Fi~e~ de~n° Bring in the flnallsSs and yetis sta~,t to Jam| (ADD PINAL EXAM) -17- 0
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-18- i1/ii/~ The Marines celebrated their 167 Anniversary by doing some terrific fighting on man~ Islands such as the Solomons, Guadal~anal Island, eta° so we think itTs appropriate to take i'Islands" for the theme of our final round tonight, I. Lb. E,F, ghaheen somewhere with Uncle samfs Foroes, wants to ![now where the Marines ~uld be fighting if they were statloned on She title of this song, (PLAY) The I~Ines wer~ the stars of the battle of Wake Island - Can you n~me one star of the pictures "Wake Island?~' Do they ~raln singers on the Can~y Islands? HIESTAND: .................... ... .LUCKY STRIKE GREEN KAS GONE TO WEE! 2. Miss Agnes Coma~ of Charleston, S.C. ssys ~wottld have be~ a happy guy if herd have found some M~ines stationed on (PLAY) Who ~ote th~ book ~_~kl~~ ? ViPers is on the wes~ Coast? -18,
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34 -19- ll/ll/~2 Vrnen words were added to Tschaikowsky~s Andante Gm%tabile~ those words were about a certain Island~ and Serseant Ray Ao Rothfuss of Uncle S~IS FOrGes wants you to listen and Dell us what it is. (PLAy) Now will you distingulsh between Coney Island, Ellis Island and DevilTs Island, In the Aleutian Islands, would you call the dapls dream o£ a vlctory~ Alluslonations? Along with @t~ soldiers, sailors and flyers, yo%% ~ari~es played an important par~ in the battlss of Midway, Coral Sea, the Solc~ous, Guadalcanal, etc. and Pvt. John Eyle of Ft. C~eorge G, Meade, Md., waists to see how well yo~ can use those wO~ds in s~ve~al con~eotions. For instance what is "~hs mldway,r Who was }{inS Solomon? ~J:" ....... ~ ~ .......... - APPLAUSE SOL~D : CLASS BELL -I9 .
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HIESTARD: KYSER: JULIEr KYSER : JULIE : HIEaTAND: KYSER: -20 - 11/11/42 Professorp shall I find ou8 the winning Leatherneck? By all mesns, Dean, go and ehe~kl PrOfe~SOp. Well, Julle, you back again? Uh huh, ITve been writing a poem about love in the armed foroes. KYSEB: Well, lWd certainly llke to hear it, Julie, J~LZE: Okay, (RECITLS) My sister BlissI, a pretty miss - Prefers a sailo~ts salty kiss. My sister Bess, she's quite a mess. She likes a soldi~rfs warm sare~s~ ITd llke a man that feels at home In ai~j on land or on the foam, SO if I had my choloe, by hesk.. I'd Father neck a leatherneckX (LAUGH) N~tnber one Marine~ professor| Ah| LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR....and here's the ~GE • with the highest score. He is . . Ah you must have been Insp[Ped, Look at the p~ize that yo~tv8 aequiredl A ~50 United States War Bond. And to number two for cemln, through, hePels a twenty-fiver fop you| And t~ you other four foxes~ for yo~r ditty-boxes, ~I0 in war saving stamps. All six get a e.rton of Luckies. And then[ TO eaoh of yo~ men, pride of a nation, ott~ greates~ appre~iation and a package of Better than ever LUCKY STRIEE CIGARETTES! (CHEERS)~ (KYSER THEME ............. ~'THINKING OF YOU~') -~0- 1
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-21- (REVISe) n/11/4~ K~ER~,ER: Well, shillun, th~t~s about all for this ~lass session° ~', DUCKY STRIE~ GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ .~ ........ ~. j_ ~ to all you hard-hlt%In~ hard-fIEhtlng leathernecks ststloned here St the ~s~in8 Ba~aeks st Gamp Elllott, fo~ your ~ny courtosies during ou~ visit here. Next week ~eIll be ent~mtalnlnS the Sharpshooters at the Air ~o~ee Gunnery Sohool at Las Vegas, Nevadn, ~nd wetre sertsinly looking forward to belng with the boys who are running Inte~ferenoe fom the bombardlers, A~d now) this is Fay Kyser ,., thinking of you, Thanks a i t f r bsi ~. wlth us .,, and .., So long, everybody, LUCKY THE~ This b~oadcast was for the sntertsln~nt of the men The famous tobaceo auctioneers heard on tonigh~s program were Mr, F. E. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky and Mr. L, A, (Speed) Rlggs of C~idsboPo, North C~rolina, Bug Hie~tand Bpesking~ LUCKY ST~IEE GREEN HAS GONE TO WEE] This progra~ c~me to you from San Diego, Cellfornia and New YOrk, THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING 00MPANY* HIESTAND: PRODUCTION RERORD: "AS BROADCAST" . PROGRAM ON SWITCHOVEES TO NEW YORK FOR COM~CIALS CALIBRE OF CONTESTANTS SPECIAL SOM~NTS -21- PR OGFuA M OFF
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7:00-8:00 pm ~WT ( r!EV ISED ) RAY KYSER LUCKY STR~E ROL~INE #283 Army Gunnery School Las Vegas, Nevada 1. PY<AISE T~ LORD AND PASS THE A~4UNITION GROUP ~* EGGABF~D 3, WHTZE CHRISTMAS C OM~RC IAL ONE ROD~D ONE COMMERCIAL TWO 4. WHY DON~T YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ME STATION BREAK ROUND TWO 5. PALE MOON 6. JULYE e~ SULLY HARRY HARRY & TEDDY PRODUCT ION ORCNESTRA ORCHESTRA WARM UP R~vIINDERS: ABk audience to remain s~ate~ till program is off ~he alr. 0
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"i A% Laa Vegas, N~ada~ LUCKY STRIKE p~esexf~s KAY KYSRR~8 GOLLEGE OF MU$IOAL ~G~EDGE f~am the Am~ Gmme~ Soh~ol. RAT-A-T~t TAT, PJ~T-A-TI~T Ti~T, T~E GUNNE~f SCHOOL TIbeT'S 7~ERE I~EIRE LT| ~;+UDIENCE HOLLERSt "~EA GUNNER,, .. "~O01~y,, ~T~INKI~G OF yOU - ~.UDIE~CE ~.PPI2.USE ~ BIG)
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-1- THE ~ERICAN TOBACCO, CON2ANX KAY KYSE~rS COLLEGE OF EUSICAL KN~EDGE #~4s 0~iginat~s at the A~ GUnnePy School Las Vegas, Nevada (wi~h swltchovers to NBC~ New Yorkt for co~ereialm) 7:00 ~ 8~00 ?M PWT 10:00 - ll:00 PM PWT Wednesda~F November 18r 1943 HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ (BOONE: 0HAh~ ENDING SCLD AMERICAN - 45 to 48 INCLUSIVE) HIESTAND: Let that chant remind you that Lucky Strike means fine tobacco - so roUnd, so firm, so fully packeS~ so free and eas~ on the draw, No wonder that with men who know tobacco best, itts Luokles two to one| LUCKY STRHEE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR! OPENING THEME) ELTON: LUCEY S~/R[ E GREE~ EAS G0~E TO i,AR HIESTAND: From the Arm~ GUnnery School a~ Las Vegasp Nevada --- LUCKY STRIKE presents KAy KEEEEIS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE! (AUDIENCE HOLLEES "YEA GUNNERS!" -- "E00RAYI" (TRICING 0E YOU ~ AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) 0
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K~SER: ~sorl KYSER: I~DIE~CE: KYSER: - 2- {R~vlsm) n718/42 EveinI £olk~w hOW yt~ll? LUOE/ 8TRI~ GREEN ~,S GC~E TO WAR; And w elre mighty happy to be here wi~h ~II yoQ men a% the Las Vegas G~%ne~ 8ohoolo Believe ~ the mpeed wi~h whlOh ~he~o me~ fly and fire i~ really ~zln~J IIye nero,, eeen suoh perform~nae8 in my life/ Thatta nothi~I new 9o me, prcf@nlor, live be~ ~p i~ ~l~es humd~ed8 of tlm~ .. o~ly go~ in %~BIo ~o~, ~Fn~n ~s that Ish? Rh~ I ~mped OWb ~ith ~ paraoh~te, I p~lled the ~r~n~ string| I~ll~d %ho ~ ~rins? ~h~n did you fir~ mo~le~ i~, Ish? Well~ I m/~pee%ed sO~hi~ ~a ~o~ when I s~w~ union ~ui% ~yin~ owr B.eno~ ~LA~E Get out of here Mr. N~thin' by No%hinl; Right n~. ~e ~t%s go% on w~%h the 1%ululnl, ~oa~e ~r fi~ throe oontes%an%s are alm~ on g~lm~ at %hoso ~II~.00 in War Bond priH~. L~X STRIKE GREEN ~ GONE TO WAR D~S right] NOW ~a~k ~p tho~e shell~ and ~ive out wi%h th~ y~lle ~a~se her~l~ a tune %hat ~s the battle ~ry of every one of Un~I~ Ssm~e g~er8 .. p~AISE THE L~SD AND PASS THE I/~F~ITI~, PPJ~ISE THE LORD 7~D PA~ THE ~}~NITION (A~DZ~OE ~P~LAUSE ) L~Ef STRIKE G~EE~ I{A8 GONE TO ~AR|
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co~oi~ #I - 2 - n/18/5~ (FROM LAS VEGASa NEV.) HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GRiN HAS GONE TO WARZ KYSER: A~d nowp ohillun, letIs listen to that Dean of Cozmnon SsnJes Martin Block. (PICK UP FROM NEW YORK) BLOCK: You ~ow, friends~ I really believe that the fact that most tobacco is sold at public auction is of great importance to you as a s~ker. If Basil Ruysdael will help us reenact a typical tobacco auction scene, I will show you what I mean. (MORE) -2 - J--
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COmmeRCIAL #i - 2 - 11/18/~2 {FROM L~S VEGAS# ~V,) HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WARI KYSER: And now# chillun~ letts listen to that Dean of Co~mon Sense, Martin Block. (PICK UP FROM N~ YO~) BLOCK: YOU know, f~iends, I really belleve'that the fac~ that most tobacco is sold at public auctlon is of great i~portam@e to you as ~ s~ker, If B~sil R~ysdael will help ~ ~eenact a typical ~oba@oo auction soenes I will shaw you what I mean, (MORE) r -2 -
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CO~RCIA~ #E (cox ~) - 3 - ml/18/~ (SNEAK IN CH~/ - CROWD NOISE) RUYSDAEL: Picture a huge tobacco werehouse~ ledles and gentlemen - crowded wlth people - over a dozen buyers compe%iug for the leaf - and, the whole crowd tense with excitement as the bids go ~p - up| (CHAh~ UP - SOLD AMERICAN AT 45) WH~AN: Good tobacco# boysL ~IZ (CHA~) RUYSDAEL: ~i dollars a htLudred pounds is the werehousemanls opening bld on this next basket. But right away a leaf company bids 42 - L~oky Shrike raises it to 4~ - that leaf company again 44 - another cigarette company bids h5 - an export company ~6 - 46 - but Lucky Strik~ ralse~ it to 47 - and yes - it's going - going - (CHA~T UP - SOLD aMLRICAN) BLOCK: NOW~ friendsp as the auctloneer calls "Sold Amerlean~" every man attending an auctlcn, including the independent tobacco experts ... buyers~ war~housemen~ and auctioneers, natu~ally sees and hear~ exactly who buys what tobacco~ And when these independent tobacco experts see the makers of Lucki~s at market after market acquirlng finer, milder tobaosc, it,s no womder they prefer Lucky Strike by such an overwhelming majority. We all know t~at in a clgarettep Itls the tobacco that counts, The fact that independent tobacco experts prefer Lucklos two to one ~imply confirms the faot that Lucky Strike moans fine tobacco. RUYSDAEL: LUCKY RTRIEE GKEEN HAS GOA~E TO .WAR~ (PICK UP FROM LAS VEGAS# NEV.)
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HIESTAi~D: KYSE~I -5- (REVISED) 11-18-42 LUCKY STRIKE ONEDN HAS GONE TO !?ARX ~d ~ow~ ohill~j lotls ll~te~ to ~a~ Dean of Co~on Se~e~ ~arti~ Block. (SWITCHOVER TO N~N YO~..,PICK I~ C~I~CIAL NO, l) ( approxo l.~O) RD~SDA]~ : (RETURN CUE: ) LUCKY STRIKE GREEN [~AS GONE TO WAR| (S~ITCHOVER TO LAS V~GAS, NEVADA) -N-
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(REVISED) 11/18/42 -4- 0RCHESTBA: REPRISE "!ADEI~OISELLE FEO~[ ARMIENTIERES" GLF~ CLUB: It say~ in the so~ipt that hews a pip. Parley Fooey o We all ~ow hels Just a drip,,.. FUll of hooey. JACK: Hels nut ty-he, s - or azy.he ~ s-waoky.he T s-s sr e~ (SOLO FRONT lIKE)He donT~know as muoh as a Seoond Loule... GLLE CLUB: Hinky ~2Kyserooooooooooo. (GIRLISH L~UGHTER ) (APPLAUSE) SOUND: CLASS BELL HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREE~~ HAS GONE TO WAR. try the firs$ three contestants. raa~ iS And berets Professor to (ADD FIRST E~%E) f
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l, -5- iI-18-I~ Ae~ording to Pfc Ray 0wen of Fort Lewis, Washington, one of your gar~ here a~ the g~n~ery school was doing sentry duty the other night, and when he heard some one ap~roaohi~g he said "halt~ who goes there?~ L fe~al~ voles repliad "Do~t Shoot ~hls is (P~Y) The sentry said ~dvance and be r~cognized,u She said "Donlt be so rough you big strong he-man beoause (P~.Y) She went up and put her arms a~ound hi~ and gaw him a big kiss, Th~ sentry dropped his gt~u, u~hooked his b~yon~p ~h~ew away his Ristol~ ~nd said {P~Y)o HIESTAND: LUOKY STRIE~ GREEN P~S GONE TO WLE! la Burs it won't be ~for you here at the gunnery school to dlstln uish b twee a a fllt gun ~nd Gunga Din. ~~ ~ho was the fe~als star of the picture "Gun for Wire"? She wears a look Of hair over one eye - i HIE~TAND| LUCKY STRIKE GREEN PL~S GONE TO ~IR|
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~o KYSER: 4, -6- 11-18-42 HSre~S a ~ question from M?. and Mrs. !i.C. Legg~tt of Oxnamd# Calif., - They wa~t us to serenade you and hays you tell ~S the name of the song (PLIY) They're sure youTll have no t~ouble with this one (P[J~Y) That song gives us ~a idea, We w~t you to seronodo a llttlo bit, and to put you in 5he right mood, we have a real llve Nevada donkey and we want you to izuaglno youtrs ~y- Put your ar~s around this beautiful burro and Sing that song in his ear. Hotels the theme of on@ of rad~ots smoothoBt programs and Ray Ruble 4~,,;~¢;~.~}" ' hf Williams Yield, Chandler, Arizona, wants you to listen a~d tell US whotbe~ it is The A~rio~n ~elody Hour~ Waltz Time, Toacheo Time, or the Amerioan Album of Familiar Masio. (PI.~,Y) Now if you have thB~ wetd llk~ for you to @ompleto some woll.knc~n Utlmes" ~ on the radio. (Harry dings) NOW oompleto this time heard regularly on the radio. (Jack) And what would you insert as the rest of this slogan (Harry). LUCKY STRIKE GREEN }L',S GONE TO WAR| -6- z
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-7- (REVISED) I1/18/~2 5. Yourve heard musical saws, songs played cn bicycle pumps, and werve presontsd distinguished artists who have played tunes on balloonst bottles and most eVerythlr4~, But right now Ish Kabibble has taken part of a ~egular folding metal music raokt and hers going to get a tune out of it. ~llss Alice Whitlock of Marietta, Georgia, wants you to listen and tell us what hels playing. I thi~Lk Ish Kablbble can squeeze one more out of that musi~ ~a~k. Letls have him try anyway. , ! , .~: LUCKY STRII~E GREE~I HAg GC!~ TO ?fAR. 6. The 19~2 football slug feat is in the home stretch, so W,E. Landy of St. Clair Shores, Miehlgan, wants us to review a few of the high lights of this coming Saturdayls clashes. Itls Harvard against Yale, Alabama tackles Vanderbilb, ColUmbia against Dartmouth and the Princeton Tige~ will try to s~ the mule of the (PLAY) Texas Christian plays Rice, Georgia Tsch against Florida, Minnesota against Wisconsin, and Ohio Stats will have its hands full against (pLaY') SOUND: APPLAUSE CLASS BELL
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HIESTAND : i, KYSER : EIESTAED: JULIE : EYSER : JULIE : KYSER : JULIE : EYSER : JULIE: EYSER: JULIE: KYSER: JULIE: I < AED: EYSER i -s- n/is/ s LUCKY STRIK~ GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR2 The first round's over. Don't ~ks us all f~etl Well dunk me in coffee and aall me hard-to-get, Who won, Dean? ITll find out, sir. (DISGUSTED) Fine peopleJ Of all the n~rve| That settles ItJ Juliet Control younse if J ~!ell, ho makes me tired~ 3ulle~ What's the matter with youJ Well -- ~ ~ bi~ handsome ~unne~, AR4.~sskod me if I could whi~tle as well ss I can sing. So what's wrong ~,!Ith that? 8o I ss1~ "yes, I can whlstle°T' Well? SO Y puckered Up, llke this (0LOSE EkES AND PUCE~E LIPS FOE A KISS) Yes? And £he darn fool let me whlstleJ I LAUGH ~LAUGH ~ The wlnner, ~ofessorJ~ Yes| And he is I~. You wore hot, you ape the first sxsmls bi~ shot~ K~rols a Lucky and here's a liEht, set yo~r sIsht fom the final flght while all the chillun dance~ LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR.~ "PRAISE ~E LORD AND PASS ~qE AMMUNITION" ............ GEO~ LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR2 "WHITE CHRISTMAS" .................................... HARRY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) -E-
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-9- HIESTAND: UCEY TRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR| ~SNE: ~d, 2:- ~ 11_;1. _: ~-- ~,~^- v... .e#,~l-o~k. l (SWITGHOVER TO N~)g YORE...PICE UP CON~RCIAL N0. ~) ( approx l.lO) {REVISED) n/18/4 BLOCK: 4, (RETURN CUE:) LUCKY STRIKE GREEN gAS GONE TO WAR~ (SWITCHOVER TO DAS VEGAS, NEVADA) WHY DON)T YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ~.., ........ HARRY & TEDDY LUCNE STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ REPRYSE: E~ LUCKY STRYK~ TI~E ~, ~ ~ L--L ~N~ -9-
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COmmERCIAL #2 - ~ - (FROM LAB VEGASl NEV.) HIE3TAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO ~ARX Now herels Martin Block with an i~teresting demonstration ... (PICK UP PROM NEW YORK) BLOCK: I~lendsp I have said to you many times thnt no cigarette can Be any betteP than the tobacco it ~ontslnc° And I th~nk you will a~ee with me that thatts true. And youTvs heard me say that Lucky strike ~sans fin_.__~e toba~ooo I know w~Ive proven that tlms and time aBaino But we donTt r~st there. We make s~e that that flne tobacco comes to you In a cigarette~ so pound~ ~o flrm~ ~c fully packcdj so free and easy on ~he d~awJ And to prove to yourself that LucklBs are m~de the way you like them madej I wlsh yould do as I do now. I take a Lucky Strike ciB~etto~ But it between my llps, strlke a ~atch. Hold it up in front of the Lucky Strike° And instead of dr~win~ in, Blow out t~o~h the cigarette. LO and Bshald~ The mmt~h go~s out °°° ;eovlng tmquost~onably tHAt Lu~kle$ a~e ~o round~ so fl~m~ So frilly p~ked - so free and easy on the dPaw6 ThoPels no doubt abo~t it ... every time yo~ l~ght a Lucky, you'~ llks a ~usk~o RUYSDA~: LUCKY STRIKE GRNEN HAS GO~ TO Wf~I (PICK UP FRO~ LAS VEGASt N~V.)
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HIESTAND: ORCH: LA3 VEGAS GLEE CLUB - lo- 11/18/42 ~~0~ ~hlle these hard working gunners tmke tiros out from their sha~pshooting,,the Lag Vegas Gunnery School Glee Club ask their buddies TTnele Sam's pl~nes around the world to Join them in singing the words of the ~Army Air Corps"I INTRO* "ARMY AIR CORPS SONG" HIESTA~D: W~ paus~ for stat~on identification. LOCAL NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X SALUTES ~HE AIR CORPS GUNNERS" EGSEE MARCH LUC~I" STRIE~ GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR: -i0-
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HIESTAND! ~SER: KY~R: MANI -ii- 11-18-42 ProfossOrJ seocnd round is d~J Well, yetPs get started ....... i!~ (OFF, SHOUTING) Itls not right I tell youJ I wontt Hold on bore! j~~ e ~ (FR/~NTIC PLF2~DING) Itts not right, I toll you~ IIm bravo| Itm couragoousJ Ioan fiN liko an oagloJ But ~hat good doos it do me/ Not a btt~ Nobody o~ry lotr8 me say anything/ Now hold on here, 1ot,s talk this thing.... TALK! ThatTs Just It~ I can't talk: They won't let me~ I~w got my rlghte~ l~vo got a right to speakJ But do you think thoy'11 lot me?.,..NOI somebody olso has to talk for me! It's not rlght~ I ql'~ '~ -~- !t~ I gotta t~.lkJ KYSER: Wait a minuto! who a~e youJ ~NI .. •.. (MO~ZSTLY) l~m "JooII. SOUND: CLASs BELL H~STAND $ EYSER : LUCKY ~TRI~E GREEN HLS GONE TO ~R| hoar that bell a minginI? Profosso~, eanet you YoS, D~an~ eom8 on yotls start swlngin! contestant in round n~bor bwo is (ADD S~COND EXAM) l~nd our fIDst -ii- I
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- 12 - (~issD) 11/ie/42 HereIJ s big bertha from Mica Jesrme HURLS ~f ~lwaUkee. It's mbo~t a Oouple of aerial ~u~ere who wero doing night pra~iol wl%h ~raoer bullete, 7hele ~u~aerl ~ro ee~ed (PL~)o The one gunnor ran out of traoer ~ull,~6 ~o he went to t~e fetlow next to him and z~ld (PLAY). The ~er roplle~ " I D~tt ba~ L~v e~ra tr~er bull~tl, but you oau ule these (PLAY). HIESTA~Ds LUCAT STRIKE GP~ ~ GONE TO ITAR| ELT~: * LUrEr STRIKE GRE~ HAS ~ONE TO WARJ - 12-
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-13- 11/is/4~ 3. Speaking of shootln, hersls the theme song of a fellow who does a lot of shcotin on the radio (PLAY). ~vn~ Is he? That song 18 about a fellow who dl~ a lot of shoobln, but he did it wlth a bow end arrow - Who Is he? We have sn apple, but we donVt have a bow end arrow. H~wev~, we~d llke to see how goed a marksman you are~- Is there a gun d~ the audience - ISH! Right he~e, Profes~e~. KAY: Ish Kablbble, I said I want@d a gun - ISH: Oh, I thought you said go~n. BUD~ Hsrers a guz Professor. KAY! Thanks, Dean - end Ish Ksblbble ss long as you voluntesred~ you put this apple on you~ head and wetll see if our contestant can sholb i~ off without hitting you. Shut your eyes, Ish Kablbble, so youIll here2 know what hit you. Ready - ~Ish takes apple off head and bites it-). KAy: Donlt bite that apple, Ish K~ ~'''-~. = [ " "~E[~ _ ~11~ - the s allem you make it the harder it will be for him to hit it. Aim - ~X.,.-. IS~ Professor, before you shoot, did yo~/ hear the ~ the military worm? What about the military worm? He~s in the a~ple corps| (~WHISTLES)
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-13A- ll/1B/4~ HIEST~: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WARZ 4, A certain orchestra made a very popular record of a certain song and welre going to imitate a bit of it rlght now. Miss Lois Earley of Akron, Ohio, wants you to llstsn and tell us the name Of the song and what orchestra wetre imitating. (PLAY)+ -13A- e
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(REVIS~) 11-18-42 -14- The G~ulns~y School here at L~s Vegas is very proud of one of its men so wetre going to make him our vlsltlnS Deam~'~-¸ enlisted He plays ~ whole fistful of th~ hottest ~ piano youIve eve~ heard, Hels II~ultcase" glmpssn~ LetTs set hlm out her8~ IAPP ±t~aae is goinS tQ play th~e~ tune~ on the piano and w~ ~ yo~ to tell u~ what they are~ (FLAY) (PLAY) (FLAY) (APPLAUSE) LUCKY STRIE~ GREEN HAS GOIN TO WAR| ~o (RE~I~EIS WRESTLE BLOWS) Thsre,s~ 1~efcree's whistle - that means ftls football time again in the college, so fo~ Samson SallnEer of New york City~ letrs get back to our preview of SatDmdayls Eames~ Itls Iowa Prefii~ht against Nebraskaj Texas Tech versus Hardin Sintmons and in the middle west, Notme Dame tackles (PLAY). On the %~est Coast it's Ora~On versus Oregon ~. State~ the big game between California and Stanford, and it's Washington versus (PLAY), (APPLAUSE) SOUND : CLASS BELE -14-
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HI~TA~D~ KYSER: 18~r F/@ER: I~EJ EfSER, HIB~TAND s IYSER: ELT~s q I@**
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com~mcl~ #3 - 5 - ll/18/~ (fROM LAS VEGASm NEV.) HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GORE TO i~AR~ KY8~: NOW lotts llst~n to Martin Block ... (PICK UP ~ROM NEW YORE) A without flour *.* or make a dress without cloth. NOs slr~ it just oantt be done. WelI~ Just a~ impossible ss it wOUld be to make a ioaf of bread without flow ... or a dmosa without cloth ... thatts how impossible it is to make a fi~e cigarette, without fine tobacco. Yosj folksp In a elgarette~ Itls the tobacco that eo~ts ... thatls tho msl~ ltAg~edie~t, Why do you thi~k millions and millions of people p~efer Luokies? Why do you think that Independent tobao@o experts ... warehousemen, ~ctieneers~ buyers ,,, men who know tobacco bestI ~ref~r Luckies two to one? Undoubtedly %he~ enjoy and appreciate that finer tobacco that goes into every L~cky Strike .6. that flnep ~ipoe mellow leaf thor ot~ Lucky Strlke tutors deliberate overt and finally select at publlc toha~o0 auctlons in th8 South~ if it comes up to tbo Lucky Stmlko standaPds of high quality, you see, friendst we folks who m~ke L~kies k~ew that the basis of of Our success is the use of fine~ tobacco. ThatIs why I can assu~c you that nothing will ever stand in o~ way of securing the kind of leaf that has made the name Lucky Strike mean fln.__~e tobacco. Take my sdvi~e ... light a L~cky ... because to light a Lucky is to like a Lucky. LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GORE TO WAR| RUYSDAEL : (PICK UP FROM LAd V~AS! NEV~) -5-
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( P~VISE~ ) -16- IL/:814~ HIESTA~D: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS G0~ TO WAR° (SWITCHOVER TO N~ YORK~...PICK UP G01~I~CIAL NO. 3) (approx 1.00) (RETURN CUE:) RUYSDAIL: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GOFE TO WAR° (SWITCROVER TO LAS VEGASs NEVADA) 6 • EVERYTHING I IVE GOT •. ,. • .............. ORCHESTRA KYSERI ~o...LUCKY 5TRIIt~ GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR, (AUDIENCE &PPLAUSE ) "~ ~- -~~ ~AR. ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER ~HCH -IE-
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-17 - I1/ISA~2 HIEST!~ND: Round bhreels rgady, ~rofesser.,.o~ wi~h the fun| K~/SER: AS soon as I lea/~n he~i ~o handle a gun. JACK: Now in elementary g~knn~rys Professor~ we donlt use real bullets ... we use blanks. KYSER: You use blar~ks I understand. JACK: First you ~ake sure the ~un is empty. k~S ;d: J see. J~CK: Then you unbolt the magazine and insert the blank, ~e KYSER: ~ th~ ~o. First I make sure the gun is empty. Then I unbolt the magazine. J~CK: (PAUSIng) %~rnat about th~ blank? ISH: V~qo ,,.me? I alnlt even shootin! KYS~R: HIESfAND: KNSER: ~r, LUCKY STdll~ GREEN H~S GONS TO ~AR| Dean, bring o~ the finalists. Yes sir ~ou gtKq~er, ~rels ~our number one-er| And he is winner of the first exam. (A]~ FINAL EXAm) ~? f
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- 18 - (~i~ IV18/42 i, Sinoe this is %he £~rst tim ~t~e he1~ olass in the ~te of NeT~ think ~ Is ~pproprla%e %0 d~o~e our fln~l roun~ tc ~hle ~ate. Now I ~ueBs yo~ can tell us how many ~em Nevad~ is bounded by, This m~n~ lhould give you a oluo (PLAY) Eaoh of the followin~ tuned ~hloh has ~he n.me of a 8t~e in It ~nd we'd llke for ye~ ~o tell u~ ~ah ~wo border ~ev~da (PLAY) Is this ~i~h% or ~o~ -- Ne~ad~ ha~ ~ ~a~e Ino~me ~x 8rid n~ ~o sales ~ax, L~E/ STRIKE GRE~ ~l~ GOR~ TO ~ $o Nev~ p~od.~e~ le~s of ~opper, ~ypi~, and ra~ne~i~, ~u% Ali~e 8a11 of Reno s~yl fr~the fo11~n~ s~ yo~ should be able ~ n~ two o~her ~ew~ ~iner~1~ (PLAY ~il~er Thre~d~ ~n~ the Gold)° In f~ Ne~d~ is o~lled ~he 811vet 8k~e° ~ ~mITers~ry is a silve~ ~ive~ry~ (~) Whleh of ..r o~In~ is • o~r~wheeIT (Silver dollar) LUCKY ~TRIKE GREEN ~/~8 ~E TO ~R~ -18-
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(REVISED) 11-18-42 -19- ~[evada boasts one of the largest dams in the world and wants you to name it, Who got involved with a dam Sn this song (PLAY) Now if you Idontlfy th~s song, yourll toll ~s the name of N~vadaTs State flower. (PLAY) EYSEE: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR, 4, Is Eeno tho capital of Nevada? Wo usually think of Reno in conneotlon with dlvoro~ but at t~e roquest of wo wont thr~tho Reno files ~d statistics prov8 the~ are lota of f~lks who say ~oodbye to each other in Eeno but thor~ are more ~ho say (PLAY) There are quite a few oibles that end with the loiter ilo" azd we w~t you to tell us where they ~re. We la~ow ~ ~ (Illlnoi~, B~azil, Indiana, Alaska (APPLAUSE) SOUND : CLASS BELL ~~K~ G~ ~S~WaR~" -19- P
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KYSER : HIESTAND: HIESTAND: -EI- ll/is/4~ Well chillun, I guess thstls all fo~ this elsss session. LUCk~Z STRIKE GREEN NAS GONE TO ~AR~ And right now Itd like to Just take a moment to thank and and all you gunnery students and enlisted men here at LaS Vegas for the wonderful time welv~ had here. N~xt week weIll be ~__ --' ~ L[ a~ai~ enter~slnlnt~ the men and women who are doing such s wonderful job of buildin~ ships for She Me~chant Marine. ~ at Rioh~ond, California st the Henry E@iser Shipyards. Ai~d now,~hla is Kay Kyser... thinking of you. Thanks s lot for being with us...and ... so long, everybody~ LUCKY STRI"E GREEN ~S GOKE TO WAR APPLAUSE LUCKY THE~ This broadcast was for the entertainment of the men stationed at the Las YsSaa Gunnery S~hool and does not constitute an endorsement of our pro~ct by the War Department. The famous tobacco ~uotio~esrs heard on tonishtIs p~og2sm were Mr. F. E. Boone of Lexington, Kentucky and~Ir. L. A. (Speed) Eigss of Goldsborot North CarOlina. Bud HiestanS speak ing~ LUCKY STRIKE GP~VEN HAS GO~ TO EARL This program ~ame t~ yo~ fr~a Lxs Vegas, N~va~a ~d New York. THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CS[PANY. PRODUCTION RECORD: "AS BROADCAST" - PROGRAM ON SWITCHOVERS TO N~J YORK FOR CO~:ERCIALS CALIBRE OF CONT~_~STANTS SPECIAL COIg~ENTS g -21- PROGRAm( OFF
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r n/ 5/42 XAY KYSER LUCKY STR~E ROUTINE #244 Richmond Shipyards Richmonds California ~MR. FIVE BY FIVE C 0MM~C IAL ONE ROUND ONE / I KNOW THAT YOU KNOW 3. WHEN TK~ LIG~S GO ON AGAIN COMMERCIAL ~0 4° DEARLY B~0VED STATION BREAK ROUND TWO 5. MANHATTAN SERENADE COMMERCIAL T~REE 6° GOBS OF LOVE 7. Z CAME HErE TO TALK FOR JOE SULLY & JOI, IE ORCHESTRA HAERY JDLIE & TRUDY PR 0DUCT ZON JULIE BARRY WARM UP REMINDERSZ Ask a~dience to ~em~in ~eated till program is off the alp.
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-I- THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY KAY KYSER'S CC~LEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWL~DGE #~44 0riglnates at ~he Ric~ond Ship Yardaj R1c~ondp 0alifornia (wi~h 8w£tohover~ to NBC, New York, for commerclals)o 7~00 - 8~00 PM~ PWT 10z00 - ll:O0 P~'I FWT Wednesda~m November 25r 194~ HIESTAND: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HA~ GONE TO WARI°°YES, LUCKy ST~T~E GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR| (BOONE: CHANT ENDING S0LD AMERICAN - ~5 ~o 48 INCLUSIVE) LUCKY STRIKE GRiN HA8 GONE TO WARoo.YES~ LUCK~ STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WA~ AND SOON THROUGH05~ THE COUNTRY YOU WILL MEET THE SAME FINE L~CKY STR~E TOBACCO IN LUCKIEST S~ART N~ ITN~0R~o 0PEN~NG TF~'~ ) ~, Jl¸ n~ ~_ T ...... I ~t~_, ±~ ........ HIESTAND: Fr~ ~he Ric~ond ~hlpyard~ at Richmond, California~ LUCKY ~TR]KE presents KAY KYSER~S CC~LEGE OF ~USICAL KNOWLEDGE I "SH~P AHOY~" (BOAT WHISTLE) "HOORAY" TEllING OF' YOU (AUDIENCE AFPLAU~E UP BIG1 AUDIENCE: 0RCH: 0
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Evmnlnt Z@EkIp h~ y'~ll? LU~KT 8TRI~ GREEN ~ GONE TO ~AR~ YeSj LUCrf STR/~ GP~ KAS GONE TO WARJ Well, ohillum, here we are at the Henry J. Kai~erts Riahmond ShIpyardm ~th %he men who build the ships to g~ our ft~htlnt m~u where the're gQln'. Yes, • he shipo %hess ~ are buildiaK so fa~ are ~hi~ re~oroem~s~ food and supplie~ to our figh~gng forees all over the world, In f~et, shIpbuilderm ~Ii over Amerloa are playln~ ~ mighty big part in this serap to b~t the i~ts~ I~UDIENCE 0HEER8 KYSER: AndI ohill~n, we're holdi31g olase %onIKh~ right On the desk of %he shlp we helped 1&t~1@h this afternoon, the ~.S. General George Oo Squlze. Believe it or not we rod~ out into the water on the ship and played as ~ Went. You k~w, they build ships so quickly around he~ they ~'t mall them "abe" an~ more. NO womam oould g~t reaAy for a lau~hini date that qulok~ I ~h all you s%mden%s could see the oonstruetlon of this big Chtp ~e're ,a. The ~t~rdy keel, the ~'on~ bml1~ad s --- ISH: Aw, you and I ainlt so ~tron~ Prefe~eor~ KYSER: Ish Ka Bibble| I oald stron~ keel and bulkhead~ ISHI Oh| 1%herb% you sa~d heel and bl~khead~ ~BER: Get set of hers, Ish, ~g~ now we.re got to la~aoh these big hmsk~ oo nts~tant| ~ their way to %hoes $I15,O0 In war bon~ primes*
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HIEST£~I LUCKY STI~IKE 0I~ I~ GOF~ TO T~ Yee~ LU~I~ 8TRI~ Glen I~ O~ TO WARI KYSERI DaJ rSghtJ Weld ~hose eecdu,..,, fit %hose plies* ~1 of u~ now go~ demain* d~ee, .~ud from wh~t I1~ s.en arov~d hero %odmy , .. Irm ah~ n~ elogau %o °., o~ on, ah111~, ye~*l launohJ 1. I I~OY~ THaT YOU XN~ . . . . . * . . . . ...... * * * OFCIIESTL~ LUC~ STRIKE OREEN HAS GO~ TO ~'A~, YOS, L~K'Y STRIKE OF~E~,N Ides C-0BE TO ~q| AND SOONj T~ROLDKODT ~E O~T~T~j YOU WILL M~ TI~ S~ FINE LUCI~f ~TRI]~ T~ACCO I~ LU~KIESi 51~T ~ U~I~)~
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1. This one £~om Clifford Gaasd~p 0amp Wheel~r Go. is the sto~y of a fellow named HKa~sern who not so long ago was t~nlng out o shlp every (pLAy) He wa~ wor~ed about how seldom a Bh~p was b61ng launched# so he oalled in hi~-Jolleaguea and said (PLAY~ He wgn~ed to turn lem out in ten days o~ less. He sald I~hls till be hard to do until we ~et used to the new plan of opo~atlon, bu~ donlt forge~ (PLAY) Wellt praot~oe does ~ke pe~feotb so ~oh ~oI a oouple of weeka ago a ~hlp was s~a~t~ a~d ~ mlnute~ and whe~ it went and oom~leted in 4 daye,~u~, ~ ?~ do~a~ the ways the wh~le ~ she~ed (pLAy) ! fll ~ IIII II Z
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II-~5-A2 5. Sailo~s on 8hlpa hav8 84 this aor~ for oenturi@s. 868 if you san tell us ~hat it is (PLAYS). Pv~° N.A. Baldwin, U.S. Marines, San Diego~ lays a ~ertain fell@w plays that s~g on haS ~adlo prog~am~ WeVll plaN this th~me an~ you tell us who h~ is and tho name of the program (FLAy) ~ LUOKY ~TF~EE GRI~ HAS GONE TO WARo ...YES, LUCKY STR]~E GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR, ~ .......... ~ F-- " "_'_---_ TI 11 4. MIBs , II ...... __, m s tells ua the stoPy of a ~iveto~ here at the Rl~h~ SbIpyaPda who liked to tap out t~en while he was ~IvetID~° Now welre golng to imitate that rhythml@ rlveter and from what 7ou hea~ ~ou should be able to name tHA son6, (TAP) Well, y~l~me m$sht on tap with the title of that tune so let;s t2y anothem. (TAP) -6-
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Tha~'~ really a ball o~ fire, and ~pe~klng of ball of fir~ ~ext ~ond~y on ti Sor~n ~uild pro~r~, I ha~ ~h~ pleasur~ of playi~ ~o~:~ Mi~s paullett~ ~dd~ i~ the r~di~ ve~io~ of ~'Bal~ of FireI~°
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~ ~ ~< - . . ~,~ i¸ -V- Ii-25~42 S, Everythingls going to be ship s~pe' beoausQ Itta time now to introduee ~r vi~itlng DO~U .,, o~ of the ship build6~s from right here at the Richmond Shipyards and hi8 name is ~. Letls bring him out here and put him to work. (APPLAUSE) ~. play~ am and weTw asked him to play a tune on it and we want you to tell us what they are, (pLAy . PLAY - PLAY) Very good, A~d ~rt p~ roal!y on an ~v~n ks~l with that of yours, Dontt you ~hink so~ studentsY (APPLAUSE) ,__ I -- _ IIIIIIIII NTITT"u ..... | 8, The good 8hlp "football" will sall the grld iron high seas again ~aturdayt but we tll dlsousn ~ games in the next round. Right now~ ~Iss ~, glatar of New York Oityj wants ue to turn to tomor~owV~ terriflo turkey da~ tuaeelso Tulane play~ Louisiana State tomorrow'; Northwestern ta~kl~s the great Lakes Na~al t~am~ and P~mn will try to conque~ (PLAY) Tbanksgivlngte football faro also in~ludee PUrdu~ against Camp ghelby; ~d down in the Lone gtar gtcte~ Texa~ A ~ M will have its hand~ full with (PLAY) S
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/ OGM~m~CIAL #I -2- IEAS/L2 IFNOM RIC~OND! CALIF.) LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAG RONE TO WAR - yes, LUCKY STRIKE O~EEN HAS NONE TO WAR° Row letls listen to M~rtln BLOck,., (PICK UP FROM NEW YORK) BLOCK: F~iendsj with the help OF Bssll auysdaelj letle look in on the reenactment of a typical tobacco a~ction scene taking place in a Warehouse in TObaecoland. As we enter, the euctloneer de calling the bids °°,. (SNEAK IN GHA~ ~ CROWD NOISE) RUYSDAEL: Pict.s a huge tobacco warehouse, ladies and gentlemen - craned with people - over s dozen buyers c~petin~ for the leaf - ~nd, the whole crowd bense wlth exelbeme~t as the blds go UP - up| (CHANT UP - SOLD AMERICAN AT ~5) WHSMAN: Good tobacco, bOyS~ ~ | (CHANT) ~0 dollars a htt~red pounds is the wGrehouseman!s openl~g bid on this next beaker. But riRht away a leaf company bids 41 - Lucky Strike raises it to 42 -thst leaf company again ~ - another olgarette campanF bids ~ - an export company ~5 " ~ " b~t Lucky Strike radses it bc 46 - and yes - itls Roing . going - (CHANT UP - SCUD AMERICAN) (soRE)
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c0m~aciAL #I -3- i~/25/h2 (CON,T) BLOCK: FTiends, there,s no doubt about itoHa man in the tobacco businese must know his b~sinesso In other wordst be must kDow tobacco, And the men who know tobacco best -- the independent auctioneers, buyersw and wmrehousemen who attend these auotlons, csnft help but see what kind of tobaoCO we buy° And knowing that no elga~ette can be any better than the tobacco It oontsizm~ it,s easy to understand why with these experts Itls Lucklss 2 to io Yesp slrp it takes fine tobacco to make a flne cigarette.. and Lucky Stmlke means fine tobacco, so round, so flrm, sO fully Racked - so free and easy on the draw° RDYSDAEL: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GoNE TO ~AR - yesp LUCKY STRIKE GREEN ~AS GONE TO WAR| - sr~ soon th~oughost the coontry, yOU will ~oet that same fine Lucky Strike tobacco An Luekleal smart new uul£or~. (RICK UP FROM RIC}~OND~ CALIF.)
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WHIT~, H~$T~: k~SER~ kTSER: Jt~IEl KYSER: ~TS~R: J~LIEI KYSER i J~IE: HIEST ~DI ~DDIEI - B - (m~sm) 11/25/42 LUCKY ~TRI~ GREEN ~ GONE TO WAR1 Yes, LD~KY STRI~ ~RE~ HAS OONE TO WAR| And soon, %hrough~ the eou~r7 you will net that s~ fine L~ky 8trlke tobaooo Ln L~ukiesI ~la~ ~ u~fo~ ~ell~ professor that round ~nt in strldel Yes, Dean, find c~ who's ~iobmond'~ pride| I~m n~ doln~ so bad ~self. I Was out with a shipbuilder thls af~ernoom and I kissed him ~ooJ J~lieo who told you you oould ~o o~ ~Ith thHe shipbuilders? Tha~ .s m~ buslness~ • Ud who %old you you ~re ailed to kiss ~V of these ~n~ Tha~s m~ b~eine~s tooJ All ¥i~ht. if yOU e~n kiss them, you ~$n ki~s ~ Oh, brat her ~ ~nat's the matte~? I J~ v~t Ou~ of business. LUCKY STRIKE GRE~N ~AS GONE TO ~| Yes, LUCKY STRIKE O~EN HAS GOME TO ~;ARI Pzefessor# the ~u~s ha~ made h~s .ele~ion. and he would llke to d~llver %he wiper's ~, in per$~o ~LE T '~LK,
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HIESTAND : KYSER : -9- xx/ 5/ LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR | YES~ LUOKY STRI~ GREEN HAS GOKE TO WARS Now itqs tima to hear from Ma~In Blook, (ACTUAL CUE LATER) (SNITCWOV~ TO NE~ YORK.,.PICK UP OOMMERGIAL NO, 3) (RETURN CUE LATER) (SWITCEOV~ TO RICH~4OND, CALIFORNIA) 4. DFARLY BELOVED ........... , ................... ,.... JULIE & TRUDY ELTON: LUCKY STRIEE GWE~ NAB GONE TO WAR...,oY~j LUCKY STBIEE GRI~N HAS GORE TO WAR | .9~
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~J OROH: HIEST~: -1O- ii-28-~9 ~rr~ ~^rr,TNG ESTABLISH - THEN FADE NOR: LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR | Yess LUCKY STRIKE GR~N HAS GONE TO WAR ~ And soon,th~oughou~ the oountry you will meet that ~ fine Luoky Strike ~obaoco in LUckiest ~rt new uniform. W6 pause for station identification~ LOCAL NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X SALUTES THE SKIP BUILDERS OF A~RICA ~r ELTON : KYSER MARCH LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR | HAS GONE TO WAR Yes~ LUCKY STRIKE GRiN -I0-
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/ - ~SER, ISH~ 8G~D: ~YSE~: HIEITA~S~I KYSERI I~fe~sor, the ~im~ts ~ttlmg a llt~le old, bet'~ ~et on with the ao~est before it getl too .old. Yelp i% is a little e~dlly on ~ek l~ i~n~ it? Yea, it 11, and ~ aeoo~t of it bei~ 8o ehilly ! have ~mi% ~ essay entitled "foe". Wsll, read it, Iah ~ibblet ~e° I~e is ~t~ff ~h~t if it ~n~t for ~ter there ~ul~It ha~l~ ~e ~y o~. Iee ooms~ in diffe~em% sh~e~ ~h ~ Joe o~es, l~sj and ~ ~io.es. Ths m~t Imterestim~ ~And ~f lae is ~n Ioiole° What is ~n ioiole? AN $olole L~ a drip tha%1~ ~/way~ st~%Int s~n~h~res b~t n~ver ~etl ex~ plaee ...... the ~do CL~8 Bt~J~ GONE ~0 ~ARJ Das ri@h~ Dean. You w~'t find any quitters ~ng the~e ship (ADD S~OOND ~) f - 11-
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F -12. II-$5°4~ i. Ho~' - t~ ~i~iv ~i~-bi~ ~. Tosea ~artlnelli of San Fr~oisco~ ~ has a boy ~ri~nd na~ "Red" who is in the Merch~ ~In~, H~ was assl~d to one of the~e ahlps nob y~t starbed so ah~ thought sheld have a little time to ~pend with him when he a~Ti~d in San Franoisco. W~ll, ~ got here ..... Sb~~ afternoon but they started building his ahlp the next (PLAY) the shipyard fc~e~n~ H~, l~/oufd better be with "Red" all d~ today beoau~e we s~a~ted the ship at s~e and (PLAY) ~, Pvt, Norman Draper Fort Bliss Texas informs us that the sliding ways at8 the ~upports attaohod to the hull which ~ the ship down h What instrument ~s reforrod to as a slip horn? Wharfs a prlncsss sllp? We have a princess allp her6 and ws want to see if you can get into it Do,ore Max Williams gets thru playing ~Slippytime 91rl" on hls slip horn. HIESTAND# ~KY STRIKE GREEN HAS GORE TO WAR ..... YES, LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GORE TO WAR, AND soon throughout THE COUNTRY yOU WILL MEET THAT SAME FINE LUCKY STRIKE TOBACCO IN LUCKIES ~4ART NE~i UNIFORE~
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3. OUt here in Hiohaond there ere ships to th~ aast of us, ships to the west of usj but Miss Plelen Bozzl, W~blngton D.C. ~ants yo~ to tell us wharfs the ship in ~hls song. (PLAY) And what1~ the famous song that star~ this way (PLAY) (8~y sings "s~ip m~ somewhere East of Suez")q Gilbert and Sulllvan wrote a swell operatt~ ~bout a certain shlpj was it H.~l°8. Fatleno~ Pinafore, Gondolle~s, Or ~ol~nth~ Yes slrp and next Wednesda~ night the old college will be ship,InI somewhere in the heart of 0~llfo~nla to entortaln the boys of the 5th. Heavy Armored Division at 0s~%p Cooke. These ~o the boys who take those ~ knocks insldo t~ tanks x~nnlng int~ferenc~ for the Infantry. So~ get ready bo~s.., ~TII be doWn to ~ee ~ou fellows ~t Camp Cooke ~ext Wednesday night. ELT0~: LUCKY STBIEE GREEN HAS GON~ TO WAR~ yes, LUgKY STRIE~ GREEN HAS GO~ TO ~AR| 4. All over America the shiR buildsr~ are doing a terrifi~ Job of tu~nlng out ships for llborty, but the ~oya of U°S, ~aval T~alning St~tiont gar~aEat~ Idaho w~nt to k/%o~ ~p~clfloally wha~ a llbe~y ship is. In World War 1 what was a llbe~ty steak? NO matte~ what kind of a ship i~ i~ the baek end is the stern - ~q%o is Bill Stern~ In ~peaking of s~ips who are Shtpstad and Johnson? ~:~_~ ~ k -~J-~th~:t~h. -13- f
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- 14 - (~'~'ZSED) n/zM4~ F 6* ~ the workern here et Y~d ~ vlsltlm~ Dean with us tonlg}~ we have visiting Dean wi~h u~ toui~ht the daughters of Chls£ ~rr~u~; D~lores, age 12: and ~liao o~o i~, Leith ~elosmo them. (,.Z'LU6~) The ~Irls pi%7 the m~imba and we want yo~ to tell us wh~t theyWre pl~ h~ !~ right, Del~res ond ~amlia, (pI~Jf - PL~2~ . PLLY) NoRt ~"e~uesday we!l! ~e hol~in~ ol~s~ with the M~torized Divisions a% Cnmp O~oke. iu the meantime . ~omorrow welll be entertai~Ir~ ~om~ of o~r fighters ~ho aro ~oln~ over ~o0~ $a%ur~ay ~t the ~oll~woo~ Oaztee~ Tuesday nt S:~nta Barbar~ we'll be wi~h ~h~ boys of the M~rine Base, the i.rmy H~s~Ital~ and th~ 8eoti~n B~se. 8. 0pl, Edwnr~ Bartz, Cam~ Crowder, MOo says ~ow is ths time f~r $o~ hich lights o~ 8~tqrdny'~ football olas~Ios, Fgr i~Btanoe Temmesse T~ok~es Vr~d~rbil%~ TOI~ against 8o, Methodist nn~ Sa urday it's th~ amoral ola~h bet~eo~ ~j and (PL~Jf). Itt~ Iow~ gain~ Mi0hi~au o~id the p~lee of the 1%%tio~ w$11 qulcke~ a~ Georgia take~ the fief6 a~ainst (GEORGI~ TECH . PL.~) 0m the W~st Co~st W~hi~ton plaMs W~h~t~n St~e ~n~ Notr~ D~m ~me~ ~e~t for the bi~ h~m~ Gomi~ ~amo ~f (PI~Y) f • 14 .
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? - ~ - (m~v~s~D) n/2~/4~ ~IT~: LUCK~/ 5~RIKE @RE~ ~.S G~ TO VIi'~ o,o Yes, L~KY ~TRX~ GRE~ Hi~ ~ONE TO ~S~ HIEST.~ND# NOW shall we announce the wlnner of the Beoond exam~ profo~sor? KYSER: Yes, De~n...)PKO}~ RING) Just a SeQ~d whilo I get this phon~..° (PHONE t~) Hello~ ML~: Holloe Riehmond Shipyard ~umber threet KY~ER: Thr± ' s right ~ ~: H~nry J° Kaleor~ EfSE~:NO this is James K* Kaiser. Mf/~l I don1% aar~ what Kaiser ~ou a~8. ~ ~derat~ you ~uild ~h~pl in a hurry thereJ ~SER: Thstls ~i~ht, b~t... ~'~N: Nevor mind the "bt~tsJ" I wart ~ ship ~ I wo~ Ol~o in a h'A~ry~ Brothor I ~o%ta get out of hotel What's your nmue~ HI~D: ~om~ 0~, profos~or# le%Is ~o~ hersre the s~oo~d m~ in the dou~h~ KYSER~ ~iND it is . h811~ mlr, you roally worn tho~ ra~o. ~ore~s n L~k~ oY, d hers~s r, liKht ~d here~a a %%%~e that Is roall~ r~ ~Ight, SO Oome On, oh~lu~, yo%~s danoo~ H~E~Ti~DI LUCKY STRI~ GRiN B~ GONE TO V/AR] YES, L~I~ Fffp~IKE GREEN H~ GONE TO l'i~!~] "~/~ITT~ SEREN;.D~". . • • . * • • • • * • • . • • • PRODUCTION (LUDIENOE ,2PUmSE) - 15-
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CO~EBCIAL #2 (FROM RIC~0ND~ CALIFORNIA) HIESTANDs -4- I1/25/~ LUCKY STRIKE GREE~ HAS GORE TO WAR - yes, LUCKY STRERE GREBE HAS GONE TO lIAR. how hers)s that D~a~ of CC~on ser~e, M~rtln IKlook.,~ IPicx ~P moa m~ ~ohxl BLOCK: YOU )mows folks, it.s strange how some ~hings Just seem to go togethar°o.llke ham and eggs, and corned-beef and eabhege, and Mutt and Jeff. one ~Ouldn.t seem Just right without the other, And what would a ~lgarette be without tobacco? Nothing but s pleas of p~per. And since tobacco is so important in a elgarstte, it.s easy to understand wBy the makers of Luckles are so coreful fn their selection of the fine, ripe, mild leaf that m,kes Luckies such on outstanding smoke. We re~llze that nO cigarette con be ~ny better than the tObacco from which It's mnde, snd our buyers exercise the greatest care in selecting the truly Lucky Strike tobacco. Once you have enjoyed that finer tobacco in Lucky Strike cAhsrettes, I cm sure that you and Luckles J I [ ~ ~ will be inseparable, because to light e Ducky is to like ~ Lucky. RUYSDA~: LUCKY STEIRE GREEN HAS GONE TO JAR - yes, LUCRE STRIKE GREEN HAg GONE TO .VAR| - and soon thronghout the country; you will meet that samQ fine L~cky S~Ike Tobacco in Duckies' smsrt new uniform. (PICK UP FR~ RICHMOREt CALIFORNIA1
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HIESTAND: KYBER: -16- n-25-4a LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GORE TO WAN,..Yest LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONh TO WAHl Now, Martln Block, sto, (ACTUAL CUE LATER) (SWITCROVEE TO NEW YNRK...PIOK UP CO~CIAL NO. 9) RUYSDAIL: (RETURN CUE:) (LA~) (SWITCHOVER TO RICHI~OND, CALIFORNIA) 6. KY~ER : 7. HIESTAND: "GOBS OF LOVE"..., ................. .JULIE LUCKY STRIEE GREEN HAS GONE TO WARI YES, LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR| "I CAME H~E TO TALK FOE JOE"° ...... HARRY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE ) LUCKY STRIKE GREEN NAN GONE TO WEE.,.YES~ LUCKY STRIME GREEN HAS GONE TO WAR~ AND ~OON THROUGHOUT T~E COUTRY YOU WILL MEET THAT SA~L FINE LUCKY STRI}C~ TOBACCO IN LUCKIESt SMART NEW UNIFORM, ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER MARCH
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- 17 - (~V:CSED) n/2~/42 K~SER: HIESTA~D: HIEBTI~D: EfSERI Kalser and all b/e eble a~si~z~B. Inoludln~ Clay Bedfor~p Norris Na.h, Hu~h Wil~i~..rid Sam Harrlngt~ ~r ~helr ~ oour%~mlem durln~ o~r vlalt hero ~ the Riohmond Sblp~rds. WeITe h~ a l~t tf ~Un Wlth all of you ship builda~ and welve enfold ~ory m~n~t~ u~ i~, pLr%Ioul~ly the la~Ohln~ of thi~ ship o~ whloh ~ ~r~ prlvlle~ed to rldo out to Bea ~nd to bruadaast fro~. ~re po~r to ~i__~I of you; PA~Ft~ L~T 8TRI~ G~ H~,~ G~E TO WI~! YEIS~ LUCKY ~I~KE GRE~ ~/~ ~O~E TO ~I~$ An4~profems~, ~he ~Innl exam is ~ut~ ~a~| • I~LL~ put wings o~ m~ fe~ and @all ~ H.J.~ First flnalis~ i~ (t~D ¥1NLL~) - 17-
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-18- 11-25-42 i* The shiN builders of Amrioa are doing a wonds~ful Job of building shlp~ and believe m~ the Merohant Ma~Inss a~e ~olng a te~rifi~ Job of sailing r~m, So in our final round tonight weld like to salute the say~ that evemy ship that b/is the water tumns to the Memohant Marines and SS~S (PLAY). The Me~=h~nt Marines aooept that ohallsn~ sad do a whale of a Job of keeping the A~w~LAY) ~ ~f ~ ~ ~ 2. All ovem Amerioa seamen now in o~her tmades um~ Peturnln to rheim early ~alling to hi again with the Me~ohant Marines. says one of the flmst gu~who oame baok was (PLAY} He used to be the Captain of the (PLAY) Speaking Of Captain, oan ~o~ name one ~tam of eaoh of the followlng plotumes - Caftaln January, Captain Ooumageo~s~ and Captaimm of the Cloud~, HIESTAND: LUCKY STR~EE GREEN HAS GONE TO NAR..,,RES~ LUCKY STRIKE GREEN HAg GONE TO WAE, AT-- :- ~'~-~L ~ • ~ ..... -18- V
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5* ~ ---. n, T.I[~,,.~.'.-'_, ~" ' t say# that when a mertain other old salt heard abo~t 6teamboat Bill~ he rushed to sign Up with the Merchant Marines toe. His name is (PLAY) Was th~ Merchant of Venice a Marline? Who ~rots it~ ~ rr 44,~oys at Fort Meade, South Dakota ask is it t~ue the Merchant s are now a part of the Unltsd StateB Navy? And believe me with OUr ship bullders to build ~smt o~r Merchant Ma~ineB to man ~em, and o~ Navy to protect lem, it will always be (PLAY) Name two people fmom this trio who a~e in the Msmohamt Marines, Sterllng Hayden, Maureen 0,tSullivan, 4~ phil Harri~ Ga~ 50U~D ~ ~LASS BELL
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T ~fSER: L~KY 8TRIF~ 0RE~ E~ GONE TO I~AR.,. YES, LUCKY STRIKE ~RE~ IL~ @ONE TO ~AR. The ~nni~ ooutesta~, profes~or~ And it i~ ~ My ~ar mlee ~our paper was ~ ~t~,'roo~ you are appointed the ~Ipperooo, ae here'e • fifty dollar U~It~d 8teC~ea ~r Bone i~rom ua to ~ouJ Xnd to seecmd rater, our first m~ter who did his be~ for alma to~ter, thle ~26 bona. The other workerl oe~ai~ly weren't ~Irkers, so they each ~ t~ doll~re in %~r st~mpa. All six ~et a oar~n of Luckier. ~md then| TO all the men ~ho build %here ~hlp~ ~hose shouts and ~heera ~ere really plpa~ A paoka@e of be~ter than ever LuoMy 8~rlke Cl~r~tee~ Now a~ the reque~ of ~he ~l~l~ed ~atee ~orer~me~. and speak~n~ for the United State~ Oo~r~ K~ Kyeer brln~e you th8 followln~ ~s~ageo Tim~o,...IMs %hart a m~a%e an~i a half. Ma,, l~eer,
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- =1 - (.¢~'zs~D) 1:./26/42 FOlkS, Un~le 8am ~1~a%s me %0 %slk %0 you %omight on the ~rQhan% ~*Jaeo ~iI ovlr Amrlos lhIpy~r~1 llkD %he6e here ~% Eioh.~*M. sre building %he best ~pe in the ~Fld for %~ Uni%ed 8%~es Me~h~n% M~rine. Eve2-J d~ n~ lhi~s Ire lavno~d end for eaah of them ~he~ mu~t be off,era ~ men ~o ~ %heL Tha~la why our governm~n% ur~iM needs more ~%~h~ ~Ines. Un~l~ 8~m u~es ~oum~ mere with no ~s~rln~ e~erlenoe ~o ~% %~inln~ fo~ an in%ere~in~ ~peai~llzed Job in ~he Me~oh~u% M~rlnen. Un~le £~m w~s le~n who ~re n~w Im ~%her %~d~1%0 ~8%~n to the~ e~rly e~llln~ ~nd %O ship ~aln ~%h %he M~roh~ M~rlnes. B~%h ol~e~es a~e ~kad %u ~o to thei~ neare~% Un~ed 8%~%e~ E~p1~nt 8e~oe OLTioo ~r~ re~i~er ~% onoe. (~CSST GLT BY NBC) NBC R]~C ' R= ~%1~ p~-oEPam 0al~ %o yvu from Riah~end C~llf., ~ ~e~ York THIS IS T~ NATIONAL BROA~gING CC~ANY] PRODUCTION P~8~ GRD * "AS BROADCAST" -PR~R2~ ON 0 K ~R~RAM OFF C~T SW~T~O~ER8 ~0 N~W YORK FOR ~G~EROI~L8 O K ¢~L~BRE OF CO~T8 POOR SPECIIL 0C~NT8 Emdln~ out ~ ~15S:80 ~ue to r%m~er
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V:00-8:00 PM FWT I0:00-11:00 PM ~T KAy KYS~ LUCKY S~IKE ROUTINE ~ ~ # 245 Csmp Cooke, ~allfornla io ORA~ OLD yANK AND A 01ANKY OLD TANK KARRY & SULLY COMMERCIAL ONE ROUND ONE 2. ON THE ALAMO Z. S~ENADE IN BLI~ CO~E~O IAL TWO 4* THERE'LL NE~ BE ANOTHER YOU 5. A TOUCH OF TEXAS < • . NES . DAYB~LEA K STATION BREAK ROUND TWO CO~Z~CIAL T~ R Otq~D THREE SIGNOFF ORC~TRA GROUP /0LIN PRODUCTION ORCHESTRA HARRY ORCHESTRA OECHESTEA WARM UP REMINDER: Ask @udienoe to romaln ~eateO till p~oEram is off th~ air, E@h@a~s8 8udi6n@~ on si@~q~ / m
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-i- THE AD~RICAN TOBACSO COMPANY KAy E"/SERtS COLI~GE OP ~USICAL E~OWLEDGE ~ES OriEinates at Sports ArenQ • CamE Cooke, Ssllfo1~nia (Wi~h swlt~hovo~s Eo ~rBC - New York for oo~eroIaIs 7:00 - 8:00 PM PWT IO:GO - ll:OO PM EWT WEDNESDAy, Deoember ~, 194~ WHITMAN: WHITMAN: HIESTAND: Smoke ~he smoke tobaooo erperts smoke | (BOONE: CHANT ENDING SOLD A~EHICAN - 48 to 48 INCLUSIVE) Let that ohant ~ remind you that Luoky Strike means fine tobacoo - so roundt so fi~mp so fully packed~ so f~ee and easy on th~ draw° NO wonder tha~ wlth men who know tobacco bestp Itrs L~ckies two to o~e K ( OP~ IN~ THENE ) FTom Camp Cooke, California -- LUCKY STRIKE presents KAY KYSNEIS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE~ (AUDIENCE HOLLERS "YEA ARMYIp .- IIA-R-~-Y" -- "HOORAY') (THINKING OF YOU - AUDI~CE APPLAkSE UP BIG) m -I-
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HIESTAND : KYSER: l, -2*- Ish| Back up before I oraek Up~ Dean, how do our alx contestants stack up? They're on their feet, ready to oompetej professor. Yes sir I For $115o00 In Wa~ Bond prlze~. SO bring o the questions lickety split while we CRANKY ~D Y~K .......... , .......... , ........ . .H~R¥ & SULLY (A~[~CE APPLAUSE) "~2A-- m
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COM~RCIAL #i - 2 - 12/2/I~ (FROM CAMP CO0K~ OMLIF~) Now heme~s that Dean @t C~on Senae ... Martin Blook. (P~CK UP PROM NEW YOKE) BLOCK: ? ~ YO lends, I had the idea that a sandwlch ha a typloal Amerloan dish, But I~ve Just found out thatla wre~g, beoause it seems that several htmdred years ago~ in E~and, the~e was a gentleman who was verp fond of prepa~ir~ little delloaoies at the table, w~en he dined, ge would ~ake two slices Of bread, and between the mo slices he woldd plaoe so~e feat, or ogeesej Or flsh~e name of that gentleman wls Lord Sandwiohm and as a trib~te to himI the ~thod of serving meat or choese or any othe~ ~elloaoy between t-4o slioel of bread was called a sandwlohD [ gue81 IOSt everybody llkel llndwlohol# ~d eat8 the~ At some time ~er, gut holy would you like to walk Into a resta~R~tI a~d orde~ a n~Rst-bee~ aandwl~hI and have them give yo~ two pieoee of broad with nothlmg between them? led get ~ood a~t actually not madder than I would get if I opened a paol~ge of cigarettes, and found nothing gut paper. Without tobaooo you have no elgarette ... whloh soeb of kind of indicates ~hat In a cigarette it's tge tobaeeo that counts. N mine tobaooo is so important in e cigarette that,s to glve you reml pleas~e~ then I think itls important to note that with indepemdent tobaooo ~pe~t~ men who ~ow tobaooo best~ its~ Luokles two to on~ cigarette, it,s the tobacco that ~o~ts~ a~d i~ L~okles # SO ro~k~d$ so flrm~ SO £ully psoked~ so f~ee and easy on the dzmw~ yoQ. have the full measure of that finer, lighter~ milder~ true Luoky ~trlke t oba000. (PICK UP FROM CAMp COOKE= CALIF,)
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KYSER : NOW berets that Dean of Oommon Sense ... Martin Blo~kl (SWITCHOVER TO ~ YORK...,PICK UP COI~ERCIAL NO. i) ( approx i.~5) (RETURN CUEs) BLOSK: In Luckies, so round, so firm so fully paokedt so free and easy On the drawj you have the f~ll me~eure of that fi~er~ lighter, milder, true Lucky Strike toba0~o. (SWITCHOVER TO CAMP C00E~, CAI~IFORNIA) KYBER MARDH -3- V
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-m-- KYSER ! MAN: KYSER: MAN: KYSER: JULIE: ~AN: JULIE: MAN: And now for o~r n~t quos~1on~0.. Pardon mos but youTve been asking all the qusstlons, why donlt ~o~ let sane of us ask a few questions. All right, soldier, ask me some quostlons. Id rather ask JUllo. Jul~e| The man wants ~o ask you a quostlon. Okay, Do you know tho dlffor~nce betwson a gene~alts l~uousino and a Jeepo No. Okay, lot's tsko a ride, baby.
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-5- 12/2/4~ i. In the African ca~algn Tanks of the United Nations are playing a v~ry important part, and with the cooperation of the other fo~oesj they've got a certal~ gentlsman (PLAY) Who is ~ On account of that, a c~rtaln mant~ face is very red - In faot it is (fLAY). AS far as Uer Fu~hmorI~ little Roma~ ohum is oonce~ne~, heIs pretty much in th~ dsrk about th~ ~hole thlng° T~ be specific, h~Is a (PLAY).
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-s- n/2/4 ~ ~C~-~ ~ne nam6 off - mu~t have ~so~l a Jl~le DOrsey ~,* ~s are namod for gi~l~, Weirs abo~t to play four song~ whose tltles aro the some aB n~s of t~nks, snd Lieutenant John Nebell~ttl of Camp Piokett, Virginia, w~nts you to pick out the heroes of 8 of them. (PLAY) FO~ a moment, letls ima61~o that tho name of your tank is so long you can It paint it all o~ so ~ou~l~) to ride along with your h0ad outside of the tu~t singing the name of your tank. It)s "Conohita, Marcheta, Lollta, Pepita, Roslta, Juanita Lop~". ~iI ~ight hsrc we go. (?LAY) (CARD). 4. l$)s time now for our visiting Deans,/ six ~ from right here ak Camp Cooke who call themselves the "G. I. Jesters" and how they can . ~.l~ ~L .I~ a ~uno~ ~v~ m~ ~e . we have two ~ boys st piano, two violins, d~ums and guitar. Mow the "G. I. Jsstors" a~e going to play three songs with "Tanks" in th~ title and we want you to listen and tell us ~- -'~t t~_ (*'LAY-?LAY-~'LAY) (Sgt. Lou Ormondy Violi~ Pvt. Glen Herzer Violin Corp. Phll Wvlner ~iano Corp. Harry Ty~ell gisno Y.F~C. Gee Pf~ifsr Guitar ~,F.C. Rudy Meier Drums)
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-~- 1~/2/42 5~ Of oo~ss all tho m~n in tha~n aren . They ~ouldnlt do their jobs without tha Signal Corps, Reconnaissan~e, repair mo~, Quarturmastcrls Corps, Medical Corps, etch, and Miss Ja~o~ Kol~nan, Chicago, says w~ canrt ~v~rlook th~ boy~ who do the (~LAY)° Besides trucks andS, Shese fellows ~ide ~otorcycles. half ~r~cks, ~nd (~LAY). And all t~e guys have to get used to lots of bouncIn~ ~round, and th~ bounce in ~s different from the bou~cQ in a jeep. In fact the boys sey (2LAY). 6. And speaking of bounco, lefts bounoe inte our prevlow of some of Satumday~ football hlgh-llght~. Cap~aln Hitehcock of Naval Trai~in~ Sohool, Memphis, ssys itrs William and Mary vers~ 0klahome, Col~ate a~alnst North C~oli~a ~refllght, and thc Gre~t Lakes N~val Training te~m will try t~ stop (~LA¥}. On De~mb~ 6 D~olt will tr~ to ring (~LAY). And down i~ Dallas, Tex~s on ~aturday, Rice will try t~ sto~ (2LAY). ~PLAUSE SOUND: CLASS BEL~ -7-
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HIESTAND: KYBER : HIESTAND : AUDREY s NYSER: AUDREY! EYS~H I AUDREY ~ KYSER j AUDREY: EY~R: AUDREEs HIESTAND: EYSER: S. -8- (~vi~D) lZ/~/4z Itts r~@eS~, PrOfess. p Thank you, Dean Hie~ Yetis see which ~In the ~c leading ta~ Yes, Yes, Pro~essJ Oh shame on you, professor, you shouldn't have d~ne that~ You ~ re naughty/ Little Aud~eyr What do you meant Y~U swiped ~ne of those little arm~ ears. Who said I did% Paulet te Goddard. Paulette Goddard said I swiped a llt~le army oa~? Yes sir, She said' she went for a moonllght swim in her swlmmln~ pool. so what/ So you came b~ and 8tale a The wl~Der, professor~ And he is I Oaugratula~en8 ]a., __, you kn~ a heap~ Y~u get ar~And as fast as a Jeep~ SO • light up ~ L~ky, "start ~n to p~an~e while all the ahillUn ON T~ ALAMO,. .................. . .ORCHESTRA SEF~q~A~ IN ~LI~ ................ oGROST (AUDIENCE APPEAU~) .8-
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(~ol CAIp c00~f ,~ALIF. ) Nay Martin Block says "LOOk before you leap" is a gOOd rule at the to~a~@o auctions ,o* IPICK UP,FROg SEW YORK) BLOCK: TOm ~Ow2 £rie~sI tobacco is sold in huge warehouses2 at public auction ar~ each pe~son attending that aUCtion h~ the opportunity Of seeing Just wh~ buys what tobacco, s~ witness this reenactment of a typical tobacco auction s ' ~ by Basil Ruysdael. (CHANT - CROND NOISE) RUYSDAEL~ Ladies and gentlemen# the quality of tot4aeo tells a toba,' expert Just how much enjoyment it will give you in a olga~stte, YO~ Lucky S~Ike buyer always waits fo~ the ~iper~ ll6hte~I mild@~ leaf - the klr~ that means a bett, bl ~oke for you| (CHANT UP - SOLD X AT 41) (BEHIND BLOCK~ WAREHOUBEHSE STARTS N~T BASKE~ AND CHART O0STINSES) Frle~daw there yo~ had all example of what often happens a~ the suctlons ,,. yo~ L~sky Strike buyer never even bid ~r that basket, And betels snothe~ basket hela paaslr~ by. (CHANT UP - SOLD TO Y AT ~O) WH~AN: OCod tobacco boys ... ~| (CHANT) BLOCK: "~OOd tobacc~" says ~be w~reh0~sem~ 0~ this next basket - and, friends, wate~ what ym~r L~eky Strike buyer does now, ( MOEH ) KLOCK:
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RUYSDAEL: YO~r Lucky Strike buyer is es6erly exaEinln~ the quality of this tobaooo. Yes - ba~O~e anyone else oan enter a ~ida hels ~ais~d the war~ousemants openin~ p~loe of 41 dollars a hundred p~ur~s ~o ~2. And n~ a leaf campauy bids 43 - another cigarette company ~4 - but Lucky Strike c~es back with 45 - 45 " ~5 - an export c~mpany bids 46 - that other clsa~ette c~slly 47 -- btl~ Lucky Strike hldl ~ - 48 dollars and - I t~tnk - yea, I~IS going - going to Luokles | ( SOLD AM~ ICAN ) BLOCK: Did you notice that it wasntt until a par~iov/arly £1ne basket of tobacco was offered that our buyer put in his bldY That i8 because our buTers know that no cigarette can be any hatte~ than the tobacco fr~ which iris made, and It takes real fine Lucky strike leaf to make L=ckies the fine cigarette they ere today, And independent tobacco experts, WhO atter~ these auctions .., the auetloneers, • buyers and warehousemen ,,o naturally see who b~ys what tobacoo. They see ~ caref611y select the quality of toba0~y mu~tt~st want to s~ke, slnce with these men, L~okies have more than twloe as many exclusive smokers as all othe~ brands of elsarettes c~mhlned. The i~h~e~t goodr~ss of Lucky Strike tobacco Is what makes me say to light a L~oky is to like a Lucky, so ro~, se flrm, so fully packed - SO free and easy on the drew, (PICK UP FRO~ C~A~P OOOE~ CA~F,~) -4-
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KYS~R: NOW Martin B1~k says ~Look before you leapu is a gc~d rule a~ ~he tObaO00 au~tionm.. (SWITCHOVER TO ~ YORK*~..PIOK UP OOM3~ROIAL NO, 2) (approx. 2.50) BLOCK: (RETURN cues) To light a LUeK7 is to lik~ a LUOK-~, ~o round, so firm, so fully pa~ked, so free and ~y on the draw, (SWITCHOVER TO CAMP COOE~, CALIFORNIA) 4~ T}~E'LL NEVER BE ANOT~E YOU ................... JULIE ~PR~SE| "LUCK~ STR~ TIME" .8.
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WHITMf~N: -lo- 1si2142 While thosQ hardhiStlng boys of o~W~FForcos take timo out to rest from their quizzical courses, we pause in OtL~ flight across a Sroa~ Nation, to say "Howdy boys" fP~ every sta$ion, LOCf~ NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X S.~LUTES T~ A~OFOECES|" (PLEASE TELETYPE THIS TO ALL STATIONS CARHYING TNIS PROGRt~ ONLY WHEN FINAL APPROV~ IS GIVEN1 KYSER ~RCH ....... ~lO~ S
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HIEST ~ND : KYSK~ : ISH : KYS~ : ISH: KYS~ : ISH: KYSER: iJ tg ~ofessora the ~ t o contestants ~ro readyt willingt and stout hearted| W~II spank up our musical Jeep and yotls get started| Professor, on account of they ~s so memy tanks in the dese~tp I h~vs writ an essay which I would like to ~eE!d so/no, onbitlod r'..,.Sand"e All right, Iah, Band...oTh~y are many diff.3ront kinds of send such as S~d~Soad~ Maria, Sand Francisco, Sandy Claus and S!~±n~ch. The kind of sand soldiers like b~st is to ho.ve thoIr friends sand them more l~btcg-s than th~ytvo bo~n s~nding. Somotizlos among the: desert sand you ~r~ liabl~ %o see an O-Aoe.___~, Ish~ The word is Oasis, Therels an "I" in there, got c~_u@ht in a sznd storm and it put my i'I;' out. Sand is sp~it S-A-N-D, the first two letters being S-A, which stands Ior Se~z appe~l ~%nd if you take the S-A away you got nothing iof~ but N-D which spoils END, ~hich is whore I1m ut....Essay OVer. [UZ~H) contestants are ready and fit. And ou~ number one ~t~ is | ( ADD FIEST EXAM )
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i /2/42 1. Th~s one from Private Art 0t Dog,ell of Army Gunnery School, Lss Vegas~ is about one of the taDk drivers who was foi~erly a taxi drivs~ When he first got im the tank, he told the ins~ruetom, he dldntt need any instruotlons. The instru~toT replied "~iviDg a taxi is one thing, but in a tank (PLAY). The taxi drlver wouldnlt lIstun, he got In~ gave it the gun, and the tank &tarred rur~Ing wild. It pulverized big rocks and mowed dow~ (?LAY)~ He headed She tank towards a level spot In the valley, but p~etty soon he was (~LAY). He dldnlt know how to stop it SO f~om the top of the wind~ hill, the tank went right on up (PLAy). ~. For Fanny Gree~, of I'~attvlllc, Alabama, wetre going to tell a llttl~ sto~yfull of Army terms you ~hould recognize, a~d from what you h~ar we wa~t you to pl~k Out 4 mlllta~y te~a - Hazels the story - A soldler had a case om a bea~tlful nurse~ She was his obJeotlve So he ma~0~vered his way into a private ward, olalmlng hardenlng of the artillarles. The nurse took on~ peep at him and said III111 ~rant yo~Ire smart~ but don~t ha~d me that kind of t~uck - yourre w~lf in JeepTs clothlng.
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-13- Isl Ig2 3. Recently we ent0rtai~ed the boys of the Armored Division out im the Desert where they have paved streets~ stucco homes and Simmons beds with feather mattrasseso The Boys of the Medical Dataehment, Eglin Field, Florida, want us to tell you abou~ one of the boys who was writlnS home the day he got there. He said "Dear Mom~ Las~ night I was in my barracks, but It%l he [PLAY). It was kinds oo61 bask at Ca~ ~, but OUt here in the Desert. w~IPa' (PLAY). Itrs not only hot, but I canlt tell you (?LAY). Now wefts" going to ~ii~ ~_- ~A ~o ~u~ ~e ~iid put you in the shade of the Old Apple Tree with a nloe oooi bottle Of Sods Pc, . s went you to sinS that sonS a~Ink your Soda Pod--at the same tl~e. ---- (fLAY) (CARD) 4. It~s time again for yo~r ow~ group right h~re a~ Camp SeeMs, ou~ visiting Dea~s, the "G. I~Jest~r~"p and they arc so~ng t~ give us bits from three more tunes and Joan Barton of M~Ke~sp~S~ P~nnsylvania s~ys you should b~ abl~ to identify them. Re~4~ Y~ti~ ~o ..° haraTs number ona. (~LAY ~LAY ~LAY) A~ PLAUSE -IS- ¢
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- 1, - (~z~) ~Jz/.2 5. ~t 8<~e t~e o~ oth~, you fellOWs ha~ heard the olauk of ~ tenke so for Private W. 'T* Breohliu of Harlinginw TeXas, ~'re goin~ to put the ~ord ~ole~kw 1~ ~ so~ t~le~, and we w~t ~u to ~oll ~s what the eO~TOqt ~S Of thv 8on~* are. ~lank gotta olank In Olauka~ Clauk. I olank R olank# olank, olank like ~he olank tb~t olankied clank old olo~k, alank Clank~a. Now sing thele ~rde to ~?ro~, Tramp Tramp the boys are Uaroh~o (C~) CI~NK CL~ CLI~X Y~E Yt~ k~E ~i~K~ BANK ON THE YAWF~ TO BI~N~ THE ~ BTf ~ ~qO~ NCV, TI~ IT ST~g F~ T~E T~K6 ~ GIVING HI£ S~K~ AN ~FUL SP~I~q - 14-
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6* ProfeJsor, £he ~udge 28 t'l~riz~ the wi~mer ~F ~he seo~l div£zionJ IIVE Q0T TI~ TO~EH OF T~ ........... PR(~I(~ (AUDIENCE APPLkUSE)
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co~FRcI~ #3 - 5 - ~/2/~ (FROM CAMP C0OEEI CALIF, ) KXSE~: Now chillun hereon Martin Block ... (PICK UP PROK NEW YORK) BLCCKI Well~ /p~endsp the o~her eveni~w . aN I spent an enjoyable couple o~ hot~s at the Radio Clty Musle Hall here In New York. We ~ everything about the lhOw~ bu~ most p~tleularlI the Rookeriest tbirty-slx obmrming girls j who ere famous f~ their precision dancing. T~sy make a fQsulnatln~ pl0tu~e on the stage ... ~h~rty-eix gi~is danOln~ with the preols£on of' one .,° t~h~rty.|tx p~etty girls ~ alike as peas in a pod, ADdp a~ the show wma oYe~ ~nd ~e left the theate~ ar~ I opened my package o~ Luokieg, I wBs remlr~l of thoir st~.lartty to the fl~ouJ Rookette : dar~e~s, . show yo~ what I meanJ F~stj I t~ke I~om my pocket a package of Lucky 3trlke ol~e~teslthen I pull the little red tab, ind open the paekage. I~side are twenty cigarettes. ~ take ol~t t~,e~Ir~t~ the thtz'd~ . the ten~,n~e"~-- ~ HO~dtn~ them here in my har~ and lo@klng at them, the~ a~e all absolutely Identical. In faot youtll fled ell ~wenty cigarettes in every package of L~eky ~Ike~ Identical. E~oh and every o~e $o ro~dl so fir~ I0 fully packed . t/O f~ee a~ eaay on the d~aw~ f.ttll Of t~t flne~ ll~hte~ ~ly L~cky S~ike tobacco. I~ve told you ab~t t~Is tm~Ight to Impress upon you the faet that each Lucky Is exaotly like anothe~ ... tho first cl@~ette I~ es~h pack tastes as ~ood as the lasts ~ Before I talk to you again next week~ I hope you will have dlsooverod for ~ou~self the natuPal ~oodness which c~mes frmm the finer tobaeoo which is used in ev~y Lucky Strike Cigar ette• (f.ICK UP FR~ CAlf. C00~e C~Ft)
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KTSER~ (AGTUAL CUE LATER) (SWlTCHOVER TO NEV~ YORK• .~ .PICK UP CO~ERCIAL NOr 3} (SWIT~OV~ TO CAMP COOK, CALIFORNIA) 7. DAYBREAK .................................. HARRY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) OROHESTRA REPRISE~ KYSER MARCH -16- g
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-17- Professor2 Our graduates are ready for battle, ready to fight, ready to pommell Well~ chase me, boyss aud call me R~el| Yetis go| KYSER: NAN: KYS~: NAN: • the final exam for the boys at 0 ~ ... - ~'-', And the first finalist is 1 ~ADD FINAL E~,'I) -17- 0
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12-~-I~ i. They say am Army travels on Itts stomaoh~ and from what weeve aeen in all the eamps around the oouot~yw the Quartermaster Corps has dens a wonderful Job of feodlng CUre boys !- So in our final round tonight from Camp Cook, we salute the camp oookl We a~ree with Miss Alice Stamison, Long Beaeh, Calif,, that Uncle samls ehofs 8me really at (PLAY) 0%t~ boys like the Qoaks eo well that every time they see one they say (PLAY) Who is Cook Lavagetto~ We know AltOn Cook Is ~he movie s~itlo on the EBW York Wo~Id Telegram, hat who is Joe Oook? 2. IIm sume it wonTt take you long to tell us what bugle call this is ~PLAy) Horerre the words to that seng and we want you to fill in the Wo~4~ that are m£sslng - Po~k'~yj Perkeyj Po~koy - Soupy Soupy Soupy. The bey~ tell me the lcwe~t £or~ of army life i~ elther OD GI KP CO - Whloh i~ it? What~ a Cookie ToUr? -18-
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-19- {REVISED ) 12-2-42 Conway mentioned a little while ago And ~[" "?--W t]----~- t_ ~ '£~k .i ] He said he had a special chicken dish all cooked up for m~,o, but when he served~/l'~ I d'_ -----~ it really wasnTt chlckea~ ,,, it was ~PLA¥) ~@~ I told him I couldnlt even cut the he said, "~0z~It a moment and ITll give you ~PLAY~ And lass Th~sdsy Y %kndersta~d you boys sat down to s nice dinner of ( ~ ITAT I0N ) 4~ Does the chef hsre get his recipes from the Camp Cook book? Whatls meant b~ the expression~ Too ~any Cooks Spoil the B~eth? Whatls meant b~ the expression "WhatTs CookinI?" BU~ w~ en~oy~la~Ing all Phese service camps because thi~ is where we can always say (PLAy) -19~
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HI~ETAND+ ~,q SERz HI, STUD+ KYSERI The ~u~es h~ve seleo%ed %he wlnner, PTofessoTo Well p~sa th~ e~o~%1on mn~ e~ll me Fzank Loesser~ The ~inner. Profe~aer| And it is -- | oon~r~uoltlon~, you ooze %hro~h in yc~r exa~t~m%ionsJ Yourre the blg du~k in • big pondj ee bo~h ge% ~he fifty dollar ~ Bond* And e~oh of the ~her fomr aoholars ge~ s~omps worth t.n doll~rll All six ~e~ ~ .~r~n of Luokles, An~ ~henJ ?o o11 ~he ~n ~ho ~ehed ~hl~ ex~n~Ion, for your llv~ly oheers ~d your ~n~za%ion. a ~_k_k_k~_of better K~+ER TE~IE . . . . . . . . . . * . . . "THINKING OF yOU" - ~O-
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KAY: HIESTAND: 121214~ -21- Well ohillun, thatls snout all for this class sessionj and ou~ slnoe~e thsnks to Oommandlng Offloer Colonel Oarle Belt s/Id to Lieutenant Ohsrles Gage and all you "tankers" for yo~ man~ courtesies during ou~ visit hers* Next week wet11 be with t~hs Air Force at Luke Field out in Phoenix, And now, this is Nay Kyser ... thinking of you. Ths~6~ lot for belng with us ,.. and .., so long~ everybody, (APPLAUSE) LUO~X T~E~ This broadcast was for the 8ntertalnment of the men ststioned at C~mp Cook and doss not constitute an endorsement of our product by the War Dep.~tment, famous tobaoao auotloneers heard on tonlghtts pro r ~were ~. one of Lexington, Ken and Mr, D4 A* l~w York, THIS IS "I~IE NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANy. PRODUCTION RECORD: "AS BROADCAST" - PROGRAM ON PROGRAM OFF SWITCHOVERS TO N~V YORK VOR CO~CI~N CALIBRE OF CONTESTANTS SPNGIAL COMMENTS g
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8:00 - 9:00 PM MWT KAY ~Sm LWH~ ~ ~VIS~D Luke Field Phoenlx~ Arizona I, ARMY AIR CORPS SONG ~, ~. FIVE BY F~VE 3. WHITE CHRISTMAS 4~ DEARLY BELOVED 5. DARK ETES 6~ HIP HTP HOORAY 7, COM~m~RCIAL ONE ROUND ONE COMMERCIAL TWO STATION BREAK ROUN~ TWO CO~ROIAL T~EE ItM GETTING TIRED ~0 I CAN SLEEP FINAL ROUND ~s 0RCHRSTRA JUEIE P~OWHCTION GROUP HARRY WARM UFREMINDHRS: Ask audlen@e to ~ex~a~ seated till p~0g~sm is off the air. Rehearmm audi~ncm on signs on "Nall Rail" ~ Page l0 m
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-I- (REVISED) THE A~RICAN TOBACCO COMpaNY KAY KYSER*S COLLEGE OF ~JSICAL KNOWLEDGE #246 Originates at Luke Field, Arizona (With swltohovers to NBC - New York for oen~nereials) S~0O - 9:00 PM MWT I0:00 ~ ll~00 PM EWT WEDNESDAY, De~embe~ 9j 1942 WHITMANt WHITMAN: HIESTAND: S OIBFD : Smoke the smoke tobacco experts smoke| [BOONE: CHANT ENDING SOLD AMERICAN - 45 tc 48 INCLUSIVE) Let that ehant remind you that Lucky Strike means fine tobacco M so round, so firmp so fully packed, so free and easy on the draw. No wonder that with men who know tobacco best, iris Luokies two to one| (OPENING T}~NE ) From Luke Field, Arizona -- LUCKY tTRIKE presents KAy KNSNE~S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE | (AUDIENCE HOLLERS "I~EA AIR CORPS") AIEPIANEZ00M (AUDIENCE HOI~LERS "HOORAY") (~KINKING OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) -1-
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(REVISED) 12/g/42.. KYSERI AUDIENCEs Wvenln' folks, how y'all~ Oaky, Kay~ EYSERI JULIE: KYSEB: JULIE: KYSER# JULIE: KYSER: JULIE~ KYSER~ l. Wonderful~ Well~here ws a~e playinT at one of Uncle gamrs g~eat Army Flying Schools, Luke Field, ~u~t "' t~-~ - ~rainin~ young men of America in ove~y bra~ch ef aeronautics, from flghtint flights to grotL~d crews plpperoosJ Yes sir~ And speakinI of Luke Yield, ~ know how the Axis ~ flel~ ~-~ke one Lu'e at these men here~ l"~ Hello, professor. Well, Julle Connaya T~ "~ - ~LI~*L ~l ~z~ ~ervlo~ Having a good time her~ at Luke Yield? Oh yesl I met the most wonderful man. He must be a flier benause they call him the Camp E~gl~ Oh they do notl They do too~ They call him the Camp Eagle? Bell, ~ame thing ---Yard Bird~ (LAUGH) That did it~ TDat did it~ m~ .*~h,~ ~-~^ ~__ ~ l~t'~ let's see which of these contestants come out on top with those $i18.OO in War Bond prizes. But right now~ betels how°..with the "Army Air AR~ AIR 00RPS SONG .............................. BAND (APPLAUSE .~.
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LUCKY STKIEE "L%Y ETSER" - ~ - REVISED COMMERCIAL #i IFROM LD~LE FIEI~D. ARIZONA) KYSER: Nowj ohillunt letls listen to that Dean of Co.on Sense ..o Martin Block. (PICK UP FROM NEW YO~K) BLOCK: You know friends, several months ago when I attended the tobac0o auctions down South, I had the opport~tty of spading several days with tobacco experts, warehousemen, auetloneers and buyers -- men who really knew tobacco and I cculdntt help but n~tice that whenever they had a few spare moments between sales many of them would reach into their pockets, take out a package of Luekles, light one and puff on it with a deep sense of appreciation. That ~s one of the greatest tributes that could be paid to any cigarette because these tobacco experts not only have to know good tobacco by its looks, hat they also have to know how any particular kind of tobacco will smoke. Believe me, when Z tell you that their enjoyment of the Lucky Strike cigarettes they were then smoking w~s clearly obvious by the look of satisfaction om their faces. Right there on the auction floors Ip myself, saw the truth of that statement you have heard so many times "With Men Who Know Tobacco Best - with Warehousemen, A~ctioneers and Buyers - It's LUCKIES two to one." NOW, whether you are an expert or noti you can rt help but enjoy the real fine smoking quality of Luckles, made possible by our selection of that finer Lucky Strike tobacco. Truly friends, itls the tobacco that counts aUd Lucky Strike means fine tobacco. (PICK UP FROM LDKE FIELDa ARIZONA)
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EfBERz ~'tln Bloobl (SWIT~OVSR TO ~ YC~X**.PICK ~ CO~R~I~L NO. i) (Approx. 1,16) BLOCKI (IR~H z (~u~ C~,) T~IM, ~i~m~s, itvs %he ~ob~ooo %hat oou~e on~ LuoMy 8~rike mosns fine % o~ao~ C~ (SWIT~OVER TO LUKE FIND..~IZC~A) HXESTJd~D: KY~ER, Herei8 a 6roup Q£ e~er young ~nss, Well gooao ~ Is ask lem a~ quea%ion~ ~n~ %hln~,
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-5- 12/9/~ i. Ibis one from Pvb WJlli~ Watts of the MsJ~ines, at Mare Isl~%d, is about a gal who ma~i®d a 21yey In the Army Air Corps. She bold all her friends (PLAY) Her friend said ~'Donr~ be silly - engels have ~ngs." She meplled '~That~s Why hels an ~/igel besause (PLAY) And &lon~ with the o~her a~gels who wear those winks, weTll keep Hitle~ &~d Mussolini (PLAY) 2. If you know you~ aviation and if you know you~ personalities, youlll have no t~o~ble with this one from ;~iss Pauline Hull of Oente~ville, Ia. -5-
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12/ /42 ~. S~aking Of AiPcraft, betels one from ~eo~ge PPOVOStj York~ Pa°j about aircraft. He wants us ~o pla~ She theme of the fellow who is on the air for Kraft. (PLAY) Who's the orchestra leader on that program - hels "Mr. Twelve by Twelv~~i - good ~riend of Sklnny Ennls, "Mr. One by One. • ~1~e~ z ~ralr~ imagine youlr~ on the alr for Kraft - weld like for you to sing Bingls theme song and give i~ ~he C~osby touch. (CARD) 4. For Miss L. Antes, of Chicago, letls imagine tha$ ou~ orchesDra is playlng in au airplane. H~ ~rom the way ~he orohestra sounds you should be able to ~ell when ~eI~e golr~ ~p a~d ~hen welts goImg down. (PLAY) New lis~n ~o the orohes~ra and t~ll us ~hat ~he pl~ne is doing (PLAY) No~ which w~y is ~he plane going? (PLAY) Speaklng of flying, can you dis~Inguish between Flying Tlgers, Flying an~ N6--
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NOW ,omoa %line fer oUF visf%ln~ Deem, ~ boy frcm rig~r~ here ~t Luke Field who plays ~ whole ~U%h full df harmonio~° ~e is Priv~e Marvin Hoffa~n of Large, ~y~n~. Le% 'o brinE him out here. (APPLAUSZ) Private ~offema ie go~a~ ~c blew a lo% of wind through a one ~¥ two h~m~nl~ and we ~ you to llate~ and tell ua v~ he'e pl~vi~ (PLAY) (PLAY) (PLAY) A~P~AU~ CLASS BELL \
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BI~BT~D, KfBER: I~{L KTSER: ~I~STAN'D : 2, $, T~%ts a11 for %hm flm~ r~d, I~I~, the men ~ really hot and ior~pI~J Well - {o I*~o a 8p~m~er and o~ up ~%h the wi~merJ Yam, Ish, what do you v.lm%~ Well, ~a aeeo~ o$ there are so ~ imterea%~ thlm~s here at Lqeke ~leld, I have writ a es~9~v ~Ioh I would llke to read Same# Well, all ri~t, Ish~ b~t ~on~t make it too long. I ~n't, This is a ~hor% 91eee of ~ri~..."Strim~"• S%rim~ ie a ~leo, of ~tu~ that z~m~ alsam from one sad to the ~her without stopping. ~t~img i~ one of the easiest thin~s tha~e is to ~et a Ym~% into, ~ one of the har~es% thi~ there is %0 ~et a ~0% ~T of, e~peoially if l%~s fiv~ o~lcok of a ~old morning and the km~t ie in y~r ~OE string, ~trimg is al~o u~ed to Jerk open parashutea ~ud if y~ ~n't ~ive i% a QUIOK Jerk, y~ulrs a DE,~ ~erk~ (u~m) ~r~sseor, th~ mi~er] A~d from the loc~ o~ his paper, here no beglr~er~ ~e i~ • W~I~ S r~ by your ~swers you've ~h~ you're mo ~1~ p~k~, ~o light u~ a Lu~k~ and have • ~moka• Get ready for ~. FIVE BY FIVE . • . . . ......... BDLLY & J~I~ ~ITE ~K~IS~MA$ ........... * • • .15~LR~ (AUD~ENO~ APPLAUSe)
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LUCKY STRIKE "KAY KYSER" - 5 - 12/9/42 00M~ERCIAL #2 (FROM LUKE FIELDI ARIZONA) KYSER: 0hillun~ i~Im tlme now to hear ~om Martln Block °°° ~PIOK UP FR0~ NEW YORK) And nows M~o and Mm~ Expert from ooast to Coast and border to border °°° ($TOP.°.PAUBE) .°, Yes, I ~ean you° Evoryona of you iB an expert at Bomethln~ or other° Maybe, it Is ploWlr~p or typln~ o~ aewln6¸ or hou~eoloani~gp or fi~hln~ o~ ~hoo~Ing °°°I don~t ~aow ~h~t ~t ~,i~ht be. But I be~ you~r~ an expert at some~hin~.°°and you kno~ how ~8ny y~B It~ taken ~ou ~o aoqulre ~hat ~xp~t knowl~dge and abilft~° And you ~%ow p~feotly well that when you tslk about tho thln~ you are mo~t expe~t inj you know wh~t ~ou'~e talkln~ about° No~ I WOuld llke you to llst~n ~o B~all Ru~sdael~ ag he deso~Ibe~ the ~enaatm~n~ o~ a typloal tob~o~o auotion a~ene where tobaooo ex~e~t~ a~8 in ~t~end~n~e~
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LUCKY OTRIKE "KAY A~/BER" CO~RClAL #2 R~S~RS: W~NAN z RUTSDAEL: (CHANT - CROWD NOISE - SOLD A~SRIOAN AT 45) 5S Ladies and gentlemen, this huge tobacco Warehouse is cro1,~ed with hundre4e of baskets af tobacco -- and e~ch basket goes to the highest bidderL (CHANT UP .SOLD EVANS AT SO) Good tobacco, boys| 401 (CHANT) 40 4oll~e a hundred pounds is the warehousemanWe opening bid on this next basket° But Fight away a Ieaf company blds 41 - Lucky Strike raises it to 4S -- thmt leaf company a~aln 45 -another clgarette cQmpany bids 44 - an export company 45 - 45 --but Lucky Strike raises it to 86 -- anO yes - Itlg goin6 - goin6 - (CHANT UP . SOLD A~IOAN) (EOF, Z) -8-
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LUCKY STRIKE "~Y KYSRR" CO~ERCZAL #2 (CONTD) BLOCK: (PICK UP - 5 - REVISED Frlends, at auotlons llke that all over the ~outh, youlll find Independent tobacco experts ... warehousement auctlonee~s, and buyers ... men who m~ke It their business to ~o~ tobesco Just as you know the one particular thing in ~hloh youlre an expert. C~le s~h expert is Macon , Jasper Mope of Greenville~ North Oarolln~ ~hort. ~Is be~ a W~reho~ae~ for twenty-one ye~rs~ ~/%d he says: "Mayb~ We tobacco men know better then most mmokers how Imfortznt good tobac0o is in gettlng real smoking enjoyment. We know that the llght~ better smoking, sweeter tobacco the Lucky Strike buys gives a milder and better tasting smoke~. ~that ts the @flnion of a mszl whets started the bidding on over I00 million poD/~ds of tobacco°.. whoTs seen what all ~he clgaretts companies buy~ and who knows that When you ask for L~oky Strike at a olgarette tuw~_ Oo~ter~ you get f~e tobacco." Thank you, Jack Moye, And frlendst when men llke Mr~ Mops choose Luckies two to one ... when sworn Peoords show that among these Independent tobacco experts, Luckles hav~ more than twice as m~ny exoluslve smokers as all other brands of cigarettes combined, you as an oxpert in your own particular lln@j can well understand why itrs to your own advantage to smoke L~cky Strike, so round, so firm, so fully packed - so free and easy on the draw. FROM LUF~ FIELD~ ARIZONA) - 5 -
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KY~ - g - (z~zszD) ~.~/9/42 CHZEL~m i~le time now to hear from ~z~lnBlook. (SWIT~ER TO ~EK YCRK....PIOK UP CO ~IAL ~2) (approx. 2s48 ) BLOCK: You as an ~er~ in your o~ pa~ioular line, os~ well m~ders~and ~ 's ~o your own ad~antago ~o moke Luoky ~rike - so round, 8o firmp 80 f~lly paoked~ 80 f~ee and ea~ on ~he draw. (SWlTCHO~R TO LU~ yIELD, ARZZONA) C~ESTI~L z TAG DEARLy B~OVED ................. TRUDY REPRIBEz ~ £~IR ~ORP$ SONG -9-
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ORCH : ~VHITMAN: . lO- 1~/9/4~ ~FNISH ~ AZH CORPS N0~ (ON OUE) TO you men assembled h~re in t s giant airplane hangaP at Luke Field, Arizona ..o ~r y ill, courage f" ~nd unfailing loyaltT to the Air Corps and the high ideals of the United States Armyj we pay trlbute ~s a~Poss the Nation ..° we pa~se for station identlfioation~ 0HCH: AUDIENCE: LOCAL NBC STATION SAYS: "STATION X X X Salutes the A~my Ai~ Oo~ps". (PI~ASE TELETYPE ~IIS TO ALE STATIONS RELEASING ~IS PROGRAM) INTRO. "HAIL HAIL T~E QANGtS ALL HERE" Hail, hail, the gangls all here, What the heok do ~o o~r6, Wha% the he~k do ~e oare~ Hail~ hail the gangls all he~ej mTnat the beck do ~e oa~ now? (0~F-ENS) -I0- 1
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HIESTA~: KYSE~: A~REY: KYSER: A~REY: k'fBER: AUDREY: H~STA~: KYBER: (REVISe) i~/9/4e "ll" r Professors the eonbestant~ are sitting tlghtj ready for the second flight. Da~ ~ightp and what a sight| ~om~ o~ men~ yot~s abaft to fight| Professor, I didnlt know you had a eat, I havenlt, lit%l~ Audrey. You have ~ooJ The man told me that you had a cat and that you took it for ~ome airplane rides, Did the man ~eally Say thab? Well, he said yould had your PUSS LIFTED four times| (LAUGH) Profeasor~ the evem~n~ is growing| ~ell~ Dean Hiestandt 7et~s get golnI ~ So~ (ADD SECOND EX~I) -ll- f
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i. This one from hiss Lois Tucker of Reidsville, North Carolina, is tho story of (~LAY). Ha ealled upon a lovely g~l who asked him what h~ wanted, and h~ said (PLAy) He had just started to balk for Joo whan the~ was a suddsn black-out. During th~ black-out M~° Five by Five stole a (~LAY). Th~ gal s~r~m~d a~d said "I canlt find you in the da~k, b~t Itll h~at your ear~ o~, (~LAY). 2. Youtll have no trouble with Shia one from Dr. McMann of Camp Elllott, if you know your song titles. Several pilots who had leave, were going te fly t~ c~rt~In c~es ~o see th~i~ gai~o Ons was ~in~ t t~ Eans~s ~y~ one t~ Lou~ville and one t~ La~un&~ A~s~dlng to th~ ~on~ tltl~s~ who wsrs th~ gi~l~ ~h~y ~e ~olng to ~e~? -12-
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-is- 12/9/4 3. For Miss Jean Cart of Lags Arion, Michigan, let's assume that several nationally-known orchestra l~aders were playiDg here in the Luke Field band. IT you dldn*t know them by face, Ibm sure youTd know them if they started te Flay something llke this (PLAY). And in the middle of a ban~ concert, a certain orchestra isader start6d A NOW we have an extra set of drums here and for a momentp we want you te imagins youlrc a Gone I~upa playing Tiger Rag with us, and every tams the orchestra stops, you take the breaks on the Dr~s. 4. The boys of Barracks #6 - Naval Air Station, Elertda~.~ are sums you followed the football season in America. New We donlt think ~ou will have any trouble imltati~g the mascots of some of the top teams. ~r instance, it was plenty exalting when the Yale ..... (KAY IMITATES BULLDOG) t~led to bite the Navy --- B~D: (IMITATES GOAT ) De you see what We mean? All right. F~om now on, ~. you do the imitating. On the West 0cast iris always exciting wh~ the Trojans tackle the Stanford whets? (IMITATE). And it's a great ga~e when the P~Inseton whets? (IMITATES) claws at the
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6. TMm has henri /tome fine to~%~ll 1~lay~ ~11 over %he l~ad %hln year wad ~I~ NO~ Jssn Smith of 8~1% L~ke City ~ys ~p~ra%lon for m~oh of the f~a¢ playing *ms (PLAY) Yamy a f~ll~ who made "All /*m~rlo~ m~de i% beOau~e, In every ~;~me he playe~ bi~s bear~ ot~ for ~om one who to hirers (PLAY). 2,Pm~USE ~I~,SS B~LL
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HIE~TA~D : XYSERI EIEST~Dt KYS~$ ~g Wellt pappy, %hat seo~d round was really Inappy, Eeep Lamby, find out who w~ ~hat seo~nd exa~ for alma ma~. I havo it ~ight here -- the round ~ oha~J Okay~ Dean, ~ud the seDond ah~ is . Mi~er you k~o. how to apin ~d benk~ you're the rouud two winnin' ¥~ukj so while youWre w~ln' to met with the firs~ rou~ e~det, light up • Luok~ Strike ~£~re~te ~d l~en ~while ~o ~n old Rusl~n folk son~, DARE EYeS .................. PR~TI(~ (AUDI~CE ~P~A~SE |
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Lt~KY STRIKE "KAY KYSER" - 5 - IS/9/4C COM~RCI&L #~ [PROM LDKE FIELD# ARIZ~A) KYSER: Now Martin Block tells us about something he learned the hard way . ° (~ICK UP FRgM NEW Y0~K) BLOCK:~*~Yo~ ~knoe~'~ikBpJ~-- ~" I have an odd habit. Whenever I talk to q[ you throt~Eh thlm mlorophone, I invariably put both of my hands in my coat pooketso I donlt know why .°. Itls Just a hablt~ And as I stepped up to the mlorophone Just now~ and put my hands in my pockets, ~t I found It% my left pocket, 4~ an unopened pack of Lucky Strike Cigarette., and Ma my right pocket, ~K an opened pack Of Lu0ky gtrlks Cigarettes, with twelve of the olgarettes gone, I'll tell you why I mention this fact. One night last week, it was bitter cold, ~d the wind was howling around the house. I was working late, and at two o1~lock in the mornlngj where I llve, itts ~o cinch to find a store where you can h~t7 ciga~ettesO I think you would hay8 laughed to see me ,.. I re-nsa~ked every drawer in the housep all my coat pockets# and even my wlfers pocketbooks, tryln~ to fin~oone~clgarette. Well, bright and early the next morning, I asked my wife to do m8 a favor. In the future, htk7 Luckles by the carton .~, which expladnl the two packs Of cigarettes in my pocket. ~l~keep the carton standing on a little table by the frort doorj and each day as I go out, I put two packs in my pocket. In that way I never ru~ out Of cigarettes, and Incidentallyt Mrs. Sleek let Re in on a little secret. (MORE)
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LUCKY STR~E "KAy KYaEN" . 7 - REVISED C0~ECIAL #3 (CONTD) BLOCK: Sh~ may~6%ha~ts the way So Buy elgarettes° And so frlendsp to make sure that that moment ~ never oome.%when you waut a cigarette and not hgve one hamdy, especially a clgarstte as Rood as hunkles~ i want to suggest that you buy your Lucky Strike CIRarettes by the sarton. Then, if unexpected guests drop in, or itls a cold and blustery night, you will always have handy that fine tobacco in Lucky Strikes - so round, so firm, so fully pasked - so free ~nd easy on the draw.,| (PICK UP PROM L[~E FIELD~ ARIZONA)
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KYSERI - le- C'R~'v:t s~) i2/9/4.2 Now ~tn Block lellm ~l i~ ~hln~ he learned %~ h~rd waT. (SV~IT~Oi'ER TO ~ yORK...pICK UP ~O~I~l NO. S) (Appro!° liSO) ~ocK~ (RET~ eta,) You ~iI a1~ys h.w. handy %hat lime toba.oo in Luoky 8~rlke - eo roundt so firm, so fully pa.ked, I~ ~a and easy on the ~w. (8~;IT~OVER TO LUKE FIELD, ARIZONA) 6e 7° HIP HIP HOORAY . .... . .... . , , . . . GI~OUP IIM GETTINO TII~D SO I ~d~ SLEEP , • , • • . o EARRY (A~DIEN~E ~PL~SE) ORCHESTRA RF/~RISEI K/SER ~RCH - II-
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~IEST~Ds Kff~RI Iga~ KYSER~ ~IESTLNDI KYSERI ~ofe~lor~ i%Is tlme for %he flnilg L~'s give I% the Julo®. Well give me my ~ngJ ~nd eall ze M~r ~ose~ Let's take i g~ao~ ~ ~he ~ fln~It~s. Pm~ssey, ~he~ ~oee ~a~/a~i me ot a rhyme ~sh I ~ m~e 0~% of ~ oWa h6Jd. weli mske i% snsR?y Xth. ~ ii i~? B~% who the heok w~n~8 to ~e~ in a %ub ~ith %w~ o~her ~? P~ofe~so~# we*re ~ for the Z~I fli~ Well ~'~,;t8 see whol8 wF~n~ ~n~ wh~is ~'lgh4:, (AD~ ~NAL ~)
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J~ I. NOW that U~le Sam is dishing out gasoline in such small doses) ws thought Weld devote our final round tonlght to gas ratlonln~. Thls one from Miss Vivlsn Bourno~ ~rovldenco~, ~ho~ Islazd) i~ abou~ a fellow who called o~ his gal ~ wee~s ago, and said "some o~ ho~y I~ll take you fo~ a ~Ide (PLAY) The same fellow went b~ck last night and he sald "Woll homoy, (PLAY) So many folks aro riding the bums8 these dayB, we~t~ would be nice if youtd distlngutsh between blunder bUB andes ~. This one from Frtvats James CoopeD) Gunnory Smhool) LaS Vsgasl is about a fellow who wanted to ~ko his gal for a ride and h~ ~ouldn)t very woll do It on an "A~) card, so he got hlmself a (FLAY) ~_!i ~--,~ ~ .... ~ = ~ ........~ tn ~ ~_ n~~-" ~. • , . _ _ ....... _ll ] [ ~:! ' .~ ~__ LL~ ~' -- IT ~ ..... i__ ~- -_L'_)). Beslde~ buses) lots more folks aro rldtDg the Street Cars and the su~w~ySo In fact ~hose wlth an A ~a~d will h~vs to (~LAY) What's the Toono~villo Trolls~? -IS-
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-1s- i~/9/42 3. Of course the ooJect of gas rationing is to keep us from wearing cut OUr ti~®s. Miss Ma~de Purkall of Augusta, Georgia say~ a swell .ay t~ Set around the rubber shortage is to g~t a h~rB~ and wag0n beoause you donr~ ~eed any rubber on (PLAY) The old-~ashioneS buggy is ~ert~inly coming back i~ style t~o. Upon being taken home fr~ a date many a sweet ycunS thing will turn t~ her ~cm~c and say (PLAY) 4, Bill Barnett of Kansas City, Missouri, says Uncle Sam figures it ou~ this way - if he do~t siva u~ much gas we ~anlt drivs ver~ far~ and if we d~nlt d~ive very far it will b~ a long t lm~ bsfore we have t~ lock at our tir~s a~d say (~LAY). ~ ~f ~ ~-~_~ iTM ~ ~ ....... ' '~ .... ins ..... • ,,II~ AJ i rTM in , • ,,, ~ ......... ~ .... L~ 11 . ~ .L~ ~. CLASS BELL -19-
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HIESTAgO: KYSER: WHITI~ N: HIEBTANDI KYSEH :
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EYSER : -21- • i~/9/42 Well, chillun ... clas~ is all over for this week. And weTd llke to thank Cow, handing Offi~e~ Colonel Ros~ G. 2oyt and Major Fred Donaldson and all you flle swell to us during our . Next W~duesday night wetll be holdi~ olaas with the Na~ at Treasure Island out on the Paclfi~ And betels something else of,vital ~mpo~tanoe. Thla year more ~han ever before tae r~eoJ~your purchssea of Christmas se~is~i~t. ~rncn you send in your musloal questions, be aure to put ten official Christmas ssale on your envelope, ~$aen we reply, welll put ten seals on our letter, too. The Christmas seal campaign is for a ~e~ ~ause. What about it, A~rioans~ I know youIll want (APPLAUSE) LUCKY THE~ HIESTANDI This broadcast ~c~&~ ~e~talnmAnt~ ---- ~LL'~!-~d ~LUke Field ~ does not constitute an endorsement of our product by the ~ar Depa~tmsnt~ ~f fi~!! b~2~, ~T ,~ ~s~ Thls program eame~ you from Luke Field, Arizona and New York. THIS IS THE NATIONAL BH~DGASTIN~ GS;iPANY. PRODUCTION ~tEC OND: "~S BROADCAST" . PROG~AI~I ON PROGRA~i OI'F SWITCHOVE~S TO NEW YORK FOR COi i~ERCIALS CALIBP~ OF CONTESTANTS SPECIAL C O~ENT S f -~l-
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7:00-8:00 pm PWT lO:O0-11:o0 ;m EWT KAY KYBER LUCKY STRIKE #247 Naval Training S~a~lon Treas~e Island San~an~Isoo~ Calif, i, PRAISE TEE I~ AND PASS THE A~UNITIOE COMMERCIAL ONE ROUND ONE R, KNOCK ME A KISS So THERE ARE SUCH THINGS 4e Rt 6. 7, 8o C O~E~C IAL TWO WHY DON'T YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH NN STATION NDEAK ROUND ~TWO I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM FINAL RO~D EVERYTHING lIVE GOT ORCNERTRA SULLY JI~IE H~HY & TRUDY PRODUCTION ORCHESTRA HARRy ORCEERTRA WARN UP REMINDNDSz Aak audience ~o pemaln 8eatod til ~hov is off the air, Rehearse audience on signs. 0
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-E- THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY KAy KYSER~S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KN~'~E~GE #2E~ OrigSn~tes at Treasure Island, ~gn Francisco, California (With aw~tchovers to NBC - New York for co~uercials) 7~00 - 8:00 ~ ~T iO:O0 - ll:OO ~ EWT WEDNF~DAY, DECEMBER 16, 194~ WHITMAN: HIE3TAND: (BOONE: CHANT E~DING SOLD AMERICAN - 45 to ~8 INCLUSIVE) Smoke the smoke ~obacco ezperts smoke| And let that chamt r~mind you that Luaky Etrike means fi~e toba~oo ..~ so rot~ndj so firthI so fully packed .i~ so f~ee a~d easy on the d~aw. Eo wonder that with men w~o know ~obao¢o best, Itls Lucki~s t~o to one~ (OPENING THEE) From the Naval T~aining Station at Treasure Inland in Ban Francisco -- LUCKY STRIKE presents KAY KYSER'S COLLEGE OF ~JSICAL KNOWL~GE| (AUDIENCE HOLLERS "YEA NAVY") ("HOORAY") (THI~INT OF YOU - AUDIENCE APPLAUSE UP BIG) 0 • -I-
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Feom %he NaT Station ~t T~UU~ Illand in 8an Yrla~oiBoo ~- LUCKY 8TRIK8 p~ements KAY KYSERtS ~LL~E OF ~SICAL ~@E~| [AUDIE~E HOLL~R8 YEA NAVY" Y-A'V-Y) (~O0mAY~) "THINKING OF YOU" - AUDI~CE ~PPLLUSE UP BIG) ~$ER: ~e~n' folks, how y~all~ AUDIENCE i Okaym K~yJ EYSER: W~ader~l~ Well ohill~n, ~i~h% weere b~k wi%h the Nax-j a~ Unole S0mts r~v~l training ~lon ~ Treasure I~i~d ~nd the old College halls a~ su~ sparEl~ w~h Unele 8Lmls g~ of the oee~n~ AUDIENCE i ~N~ I~: ~£essor# o~ a~eoun~ O~ we ~Te 1~l~h ~he na~j thi~ W~eks I h~ve wry%, e~ e|e~ ~he title of w~leh rhy~e~ wl%h n~ whloh I w~uld like to read s~ e~ti~led*..Gra~ EfSER~ All right0 Ish° I~: Ora~,.,.~ravy is a bc~l f~ll of |tuff tha~ If it w~s oloeer to,ether it would be ~a%. The grav~ ~ ~lrl n~ke~ Is like sad I ~et ~ i~ c~ m~ h~d~ Gravy is ~Iso Icmesc~e stuZf because slnee ~h~y a~n~t ~kin~ ve~s ~ny ~or~, ~r~y aintt ~ot ~ plaee to ~o, YOU ~et regular gra~/ from boilin~ b~nes, b~ the gravy ~ou ~et fro~ rolli~ bones Is Navy Gravy. E~ay ov~r, Well th~nk y~U for the ~nfor~tio~ NOW I think ~t'~ time £o~ the oxe~£n~ti~, to ~ee who wins the ~ of ~115.00 in Nat Bond prisu. BUt first, a ~ong for the boys of the Cruiser ~n Franoloeo. Their Oa~ai~ said "Get the b~ ones first" a~d theyre~l~ed "PPiaae the Lord amd Pass the ~muition". I. PRAISE T~E L~8 D ~ P~S THE A~NITION . . . . . . . o O~C~STRA
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CO.raCIAL #i - m - 12/16/~ (FROM BAN FRANCISCOl, CALIF. ) NowI letVs listen to 8 man who bellbves in getting riEht down to brass tacks ... Martin Block, ways 8bOUt it .+. the 811-1mportsnt thing in a fine olgaPettep is fine tobacco. The men wh~ purchase tobacco for Luckles Feally knOW tobaccom and in thole mIDdls eyet a8 they look at a basket Of tobacco resting on a warehoDse floer~ the first thi~ they think of is how that tobacco wlll smoke, After all that is the final test of good tobacco -- how it will smoke. Kmd those baskets Of better-i ~ ~ finer llghter mildeP Lucky 3trlke ~ invariably find their way to our storage shedsI where ~ from two to four yearsm they ~re oaref~lly aged to bPinE them to the peak of smoking perfectionp ar~ then carefully blended into a oigarette so roundt so firmj SO fully packedp so D~ee and easy on the drawl that itla really little wor~er that with independent toba00o expertsj with men who know tobacco hest~ itls L~cklea two to one, We put that fine tobacco into Luokle8 SO that you may get out of them s~perior smoking pleasuret and hOWlS as gOOd a time as any for you to reap the benefit of that better-smoking tobacco by saying to the man behind youm favorite tobacco counterr "Luokdesp please~" (PICK UP FRog SAN FRANCISCO)
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EYSREI -s- (~ISED) lz/le/t~ Nowp letls listen to a man who believes in getting ~lght d~ to brass tacks ... Martin Block. (SWITCKOVER TO NEW YORK • .. PICK UP CO~ERCIAL NO. i) ( app~ox, 1,20) LOCK: [RETURN CUE:) And hOWlS &~ ~od a time as a~y for you to reap the benefi~ of that better-smokir~ tobacco by saying to the ma~behlnd ~rot~ favorite bobaoco ¢ot~ter, "~okle8s please"~ (SWITCHOVER TO TREASURE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA)
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-4. i~-16-42 JULIEI m~c, i,~ll ~. .... ~-- ~ _ I~,m (GIESI SK I~,UGHTER ) (I~;~:USE) HIESTANDI KYSEB: Profossor, thatla tho qulz boll rlnglng~ Okay, Doom ,,, latls 8tsrt swlnglnIJ And our flrat man of ~he Na~ to try fo~ the g~vy is (ADD FIRST EgU,M) -4- f
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12-16-4£ 1 As you know~ thoy haye girls in the Na~ nowj and this ono from pvt, NO~ Ripley of Mare lalandp is ~out two ~ailo~s who got in a serap over t~o of th~ gals, Listen ~o ~he musical flght and t~ll u8 who the ~wo sailors are, (PLAY) Yes sir the two old ~alts were fighting 2. Shoot the gi4dy to me middy ~d fm~ hlss Josephims Ar~elle Of MoUm~ Vernon New York~ tell us th~ difference be~een a bell boy and a bell bouy~ NOw which of tb~se is a damoe - swig, Jig, brlg~ And which of thcae do yeu bate the w~et~ In other wcrd~, if you take a swlg ~ud do a Jig you might land in the br~g. -5-
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l~-le--4B $. This one from Pvt. Waltor Nichols of Camp Elllottb ib~uld be gma~ for the N~vy - Tell ua what whistle this is. (pLAY) (FLAY) NoW tell u8 what the bOTs a~e ~hlstllr~° (PLAy) NOW ~efre golng to put you to work whistlin~ ul LOVE Y~U TRULY" to Trudy Irwin. p~ youm arm aro~ud her, pucker up .and whlstle,(PLAY~ Pa~d~ ms, but would you bito this ora~ker please and keep whistling. • &, HereFs the theme son~ of an ex-tlue Jacket and Mires Isahell Domln of Hartfo~dj Coral,j aa~s yo~ shouldnlt have ~o hear m%%sh of it to tell us who be is~ ~pLAy) Orchestra loador Rues Morgan is an ex,Navy m~u, so ie N~ok Kenny~ stud 8o Is Rochesteri~ boss. Who is he~ Therers a~othem J~ok ~ho's an ex-bl~e Jack - a fo~mer world heavyc~- ~w~ight b~lag ohamplon. Is 19 Jaek Sherkey~ Jaok Demgsoy2 ~ ~C~
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C0~ERCIAL #2 . 5 - 12/16/~2 (~o~ SA~ F~cxsco,, CALZF.) NOW le~Js listen to that Dean of COmmon Ssnse ,., Martin B1o~k~ ~ICK UP FROM m~ YORK) [ .-- -.J'~ .... .......... n ITI T"'1"1 _ __,. _ . I I why the opinion of reoDa6t a typical tobaoco a~otion at PlantorI8 Wsrehouse~ l~hamj North Csroli~ where such ex~8~ts go abo~t thelr dsy to day work, (MORE) f -3,
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CO~CIAL #2 RUYSDAELz RUYSDAEL : (conD) _ ~. 12/16/ha Ladies a~d ~entlemenp as you can plaim~ hears %obas~o expe~ts wOX'k at to; $peedL The bide o~e An like ll~h~r/~ - yet each bssket is carefully examined. Your Duoky Strlko buyer ~ever bids till hels certain Of tho qUald£p of the iBafl (C}L~ UP - SOLD TO VALENTINE AT 57) Ooo~, t~ba~o, boys~ ~L (C~A~) Warsho~s@mnn MsyD~rd Talley @ps~s the blddin~I on this rAext b~sk~ at ~ dQII~rsL B~t rl~t aw~ Q leaf oomp~ny bids ~2 - a oigsrette eC~apany ~ - ~. A~d now ~'o~t~ Luckp Strike bu¥sr, whots Deen st~d~inK a leaf shoots in ~ bid of ~| An export oompan~ ~ops that wi~h 45 ,, that leaf co.any bids again ~ - ~6 . bu~ hOW L~oky S~iMe r~isee i~: %0 ~7 dO~isrs - ~7 " ~d, yes# here's snothe~ b~skot of f:ne~ maid tobscco hoaded f~ Luckies~ (CKA~T UP - SOLD AMERICAN) (MORE)
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O0~CIAL #2 BLOCK: (PICK UP ~OR (c0~D) - 5 - 12/16A~ i~depemdent tobacco expertss a~etiDnsemsn buyers and warehousemen - NOWI the man who said "Sold AmerAoan1" at Plantapls WarehOuse ~ the auo~io~eerI F~anklin Barfields a tobacco expe~to He has spent Foams and years sellir~ basket after basket of tobacco. Be knows the warehousemen; he knows tale buyers;he certainly know good tobaeeo ... and h_~e smokes LuOkle8. The man who s%t the openin~ ~ioe was the warehousemsn~ Maymsrd Tslley. Ee operates a wemehouae in the heart of tobascGla~d. ItI~ to him that farmers take their o~Ops fop salej and itls t@ his Warehouse that the buyers of tobacco oome to make their p~pehases, He m~t he able to Brade tobacco in his own mind in a Fraction of a seoondp and set that sale-opelling pries, He m~st ~%ow totaeoo and he smokes Luokies. And that babble of voices that you hear in the background of any auction - many of them are independent buyers of tobacco - men not affiliated in any way with shy cigamstte ma~ufaotu~Ing company, men who have spent their lives in the tobacco h~iness~ ~nd they must know tobacco because upon their J~d@~nent as to itg value~ depends their profit op their lease If they make a mistake, if they p~ehase poor tObaCco - they lose - they O~'~Ly make a proflb because their s~perior knowledge of tobacco enables them to sell that tobacco at s profit - totaceo is their bread and b~tter end sworn records shO~ that with these independen experts who buyj sell and handle tobacco - with men who know total00 best itls L~okiss 2 to i. Friends let the opinions of these experts be you~ ~ulde to greater ~mlOld.P~ s~Joyme~t, ~moke the smoke tobacco experts smoke - LUCKY BTRIKE| SAN FRANCISCO) . ~ .
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KY~ER ;" -~- (~VISED) lZ/le/4~ Now let's listen to that Dean of Common Sense ,o, Martln Bloc~. NWITCHOV~q TO NEW YORK...PICK UP COM~ER'CIAL ~O. S) ( App~ox. 3,00) ~0CK~ RETDRN C~) Wit~l men ~o k~ow ~ob~o~o be~t it la Lucklss two to oneQ Friends~ let the o~lnion8 of these experts be your ~uide to Nreater ~.okir~ e~Jo~nt, Smoke the ~oke ~obacco experts s~ok~ - Lucky S~rik~l (SWITCHOVEN TO TNEASt~E ISLAND, CALIFORNIA) 4~ WHY DONrT YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ME ........ HARRY & TRUDY REPRISEz "ANCHORS AWEIGH" . -S-
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:O~OIA~ #3 - 6 - 12/16/~ (FROM SAN FBANCISCOj CALIF. ) N~t Martin Block days "Doing is belleTi~Ag" **. (PICK UP FRO~ N~ yOHK) BLOCK: YOU know# fOlkS~ as lone as live been talkln~ to you on The ColleBs of Mt~ical KnOwledBe~ tslli~ you about Lucky Strike cigarettesm ItVe made it my business to always {~ you fa~t9 ,d* ~ facts am I see th~ ar~ know them. W [~ ~ ~" • : " Jmm ~--~ I P IW~ SO often you hear me say that Luckies are so roundp so firm, so fully pa~ked - so free a~d easy o~ the draw. you can prove that to ~ by simply doin~ as I d~ now. RemOve a L~oky from 8 package ... roll it between yo~ fln6ers, you/" sense of to~oh sr~ your eyes will prove its roundness smd firmness ta you. Take a marsh (BUSINESS) *.. strike it (B~SINESB) *.. liBht that LUok~. Take a good deep p~ff* That will prove to you that Luokies a~e so free and easy on the draw. More than that, those first few pDffs on S Lunky will soon convince you~ mare than a~ything that I could say, that tr~y Lucky Strike means fin...~ tobacco. You know, some of the g~eatest educators in the world say that you car learn best by doin6* And if you will d@ as I s~gaestj and the next time you stop up to s tobacco co~%tcr~ J~st say, 'IL~ekies~ plsass~" yo~ will learn why wlth independent Z~a0CO sxpsmts~ with men who know tobacco best~ it.s Lu~kiss two to omse (PIOK UP ~OM SAN FKANCISO~) .6.
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HIESTAND: KYSF~: ISH: KYSER~ ISH: KIBER: ISH: KYS~ ISH: E~/SER: KYSER: I@H: KYSEB: ISH: HIEST~ND: KYSER: 3. -8- 12-16-4~ Professor thetis all for the first thr~e~ Well. goodness ~@eJ ~ee who the winner ~an be~ Professor, on account of we are here a~ ~he Naval base, I have ~ete a play which I wguld like to read same. Whatls the name, e£ the play, lah? An~horsP Awsy ~- or -- Or ~hat~ IS MRS__.~. ANCHO._..__RR HAVING F~N~ Well, 1711 let you d~ the play if ~ can have the leading pa~t. Yes s~r, you play ~ha pa~ of a sa~lorl A~d Rite Hayworth Y~. wbatls Hayworth? About ~wenty dolla~s ~ tanm NQ n~ What dees she do~ She as~s you for a date end you refu~oPlay ove~. Whys? WE DON~T I~ NO CHAZY SAILOR IN THIS NAV~/~ (LAUGH) Professor, the w~De~ Yes and he is i ~ Oongratulatlon~m seaman, you were really be~mlnT SO light ~p a Lucky and start schemlnt how to beat the sseo~d ~o~d demon# while all the mhilun dancol Knock Me A Kia~..4.~..~..~,.~..~...., ........... ..'.SULLY There Are Such Thlng~..~*a~,H..,.*...~.,~.~..Q.........8*~ULIE (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) f .8-
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-9- I~-16-4~ N~w Martin Blook gays~ et~,o.o.............o,~o.o~.~.~ .... (ACUTAL C~E LATER) (SWITCHOVF~ TO NEW YORK ...... PICK UP COD~LERCI~L NO. 2) {RETURN CUE:) BLOCK: (LATER) (SWITCH~VEP TO TREASURE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA) 4, Dontt you Yall in LOve With Me.%.. ....... Natty & Trudy E~RISE : "ANCHORS AWEIGH" -9- f
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-i0- ~ 12-16-42 0RCH: WHITbfi~N | R~P~SE "~a0as ~" .~ F;~OE FOR TO all you flghti~g m~ of OUr Navy .~ you m~n who guard our possssslon8 in the £~ fl~J~g ~s~e~s of the world .,; i~ ~he fags of untold dan~ers .., we pa~ trlbut~ as a~ross th~ Natlon, we pause fore atatlon Identlfi~atlon~, OP~HI LUDTLNCEI LOCAL NBO STATIOR S~S: "S~stlon X X X salutos th~ NavyJ~ (Please tolotype this to all statlon~ reloaslng tnis pro~am~ ~NTR0. ~FgR ~,~A A JOLLY GOOD FEL50~" For hole a Solly good follow# For he ls a ~olly good fellow,~ For herb a Jolly good fellOw,' That nobody ~n d~nyJ! (CHEERS) -IO- f
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EIEBTAND: KYSERt I~LIEz KYSER: ~JLIE! K~/BER: JULIE: KYSER: JULIE: EYSER" JULIE : HIESTA~,~: KYSER~ -II- IS-16-4S Ft~ofessor~ class la rsady for the seoond ~oundJ Well~ shub me up and call me out of boundsl¸ -~ professor~ Well -o~ XC ~ ~i "~ v~. ~j ~o ~v& Lw~-wJ • ~ Julie Conway, How do 7ou like holdln1 olass here~ Julie? Oh, wonderful~ Sailors are so handsome -- I donrt know -- eve~y time I look at one of th~se salts I ~e~ ~he shakes~ That makes you a salt shake~. Theyrre wonderful, but I could never mawry one. ~Y not~ Julie? Well fill adni~ that~l ts of wome~ are doin ments wo~ in the Qivilian world,@~I wouldnlt mind being a wel~er or a Y know you wouldnlt, J~li~. But fill be dmrnedif IIm goin~ to lace a s~i~Dr up the ba~k every time he go~s out~ Oo~e come, professor~ let's not dally~ (ADD SECOND EXAM) -ll-
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1. This one ~rom m~l~ Mary Alexander of Beaumont, Texas, by book is abomt an Admiral who hit the deck. The sailors w~re lined up ~or inapee~ion~ T~ Adrenal went byp slipped and fell a~d when he ~i~, ~e of ~h~ reOr~Itl la~hsd+ Well~ from behind the b~s of the b~ig, this recruit r~solved INo matter what happens (PLAY) L~t~r ~ b~at~wain~s ma~e noticed his sour puss, and said "~y ~a~s do~t ~ou llk~ am~o~#- A~d h~ ~eplled ~S~es tho Captaln~s ~ka~ the Adrenal is ~well~ but the 2, priva~e Ralph Craig of Camp Cookt wan~s you te give us two definitions got e~an of Warl~, and now two definitions ~r Sea Bi$~ult, If Man of War is a what!s tug of war~ i
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~t ~Q • ddlti~ %o figh~&ag mo~ terrifio battle4, Our ~a~ ig do~a~ a ~o~derful Job in eaoortin~ our trwnsport vhipa to many po~r~c of %be worl~q ]~l 7era P~l~ar~ o£ N~ Or!e~ mull u~ to t~ke th~ so~ "~¢hori Z~st~h" avA £rom ~he ~aune~ ~ ~oh we play ~, you %ell um w~A~h Port ~he N~vy ~gh~ be ~.~ng L~t~o (P!J~Y) Now thv @era of the O~e~ ~ ~o.ohing ~nat ~hor~ (F~'Z) ~n~ ~hey've %~kvn ~ 1¢t of our b~ys - ta~k~ a~d ~11 to -13-
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~14- (REVISe) 12-16-42 5, O~r seoond vlslting Dean Is anothe~ boy Prom Treasure Island .°, Bomtswalnf's Hate First Clasp Phll Tappy and believe ~, he plays a whole console pull of pipe organ~ Let's give Hoatswain's Mate Phll Tappy a little hand, (APPLAUSE) NOW ~ Tappy 18 golng to play the ~gan themeB of th~se well known ~adle ~rog~sm~. Listen ~d nee if you can identify the n~mes of th~ themes and the p~ograms they entroda~e, (PLAY) (PLAY) (PLAy) Why Is this song out of place tonight? (PLAY) Wharfs the soldlerTs na~e ~n that song. There was a f~uous in the American Navy - What was his name? (PLAY) in famous for which of these two proclmmati~ns - "Gi~e m~ llber~y or give me death" - or "I~.~~ (APPLAUSE) -14-
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HIESTAND: KY3ER : AUDREY: KYSER: AUDREY: EYSE~ : AUDREY: HIESTAND : EYSER : 5.. -15- 12-16-42 Professor the end of the 8eeo~d round racesX And those~were really goln, pla~es~ Professorp I Just figured out why sailors are always goinl placest" You have, Little Audrey? Yes sir, did you ever ~otioe that a sailor hardly ever rests? Hers always walkin'..o~OU know why? NO, I do~It.~ ThatTs beoause they hove so much more room to walk in tha~ they have to sit down in|' (LAUGH) Professor, the round two champ~ Thenks, Dean, and the second winner in this naVy camp is ~ No light up a Lueky whil8 youTre waitiml to keep a date with the first round candidate;~ Meantime the chill~ are antdcipatin' some syneopatln', so eom8 on, ~, ye~'. ~HAT TAN SERENADE ............................ PRODUCTION [AUDIENCE APP LAU NE ) .15-
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(mevisHE) ie/16/4~ NOW, Mamtin Block says "Dolng is Believing". (SWITCHOVER TO NEW YO~ ... PICK UP CO~T~CIAL NO.~) (App~Oxo 1.30) LOCK: 6o ?t ( R~TUP~ CUE:) Just say, "~uokies# plGase.~ - You will learn why with Independe~ tobacco exports, with man who know tobacco best~ itTs Lu~k~s~ two to onel (SWITC~VER TO TREASURE ISLAND, CALIFORNIA) THE SHEIK CF ARABY ..... . ....... ORCHESTRA I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM .......... HAPSTf (AUDI ~C E APPLAUSE) ORC ~ST~_.~EPR ]BE : KYSER MARCH -16-
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(ALL VERY FAaT "%~ ADCO~ANIED BY GENERAL HUBBUBI ) I YELLING "I T" UNTIL TURMOIL I~ on| Itm not tr etcher for~ HIESTAND~ zrus, Professor itrs time f0~ the PiDal quizzlnt,~ Well, lower~r/topsail and ~Lj~9~4~ spank my m~zzen~ Herels contestant and ~n4 first ~ questlonTs hlsIN} (ADD FINAL EXAM) -1% s
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~J@Ir~ mighty proud Of what our Nalry ~e are do~u~ on the s~en sea~ and ~i~e they apemd mo~ o£ t~Ir llvom on tho wa%er, ~ think ~'B ~r~prlat~ to d~e our f~l rc~d %on~.ght to water, Well,~ater~ ~ ~ltin' fort R~nt off %he ha% here are ~wo SO~S with wa%er in their %i%les and Miss Edwin Ovo:.t% c~ Saratoga. VI¥omJngI want:e you io tell us wh~% ~hey ars (PIJ~Y) (p~J'~Y) ~a~ y~ n~w a female singer with ~tez" l~ hsr ns~ - 18 -
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- ~.9 -~ (~z~) 1~/le/~ Let's se~ wh~% you e~n do wl%h thle one ~bou% "~ter" from Miss B~%~ Miller of ~llon. K~nsu. (FL£f). Dlsting,ish betweek water wtn~a, water ~lora~ ~nd w~%erm~rk. Ronnld G'alde~ SO.VS a ro'.~d c~ "wa%op" would nsver be o~leto w'~'~hou~ ple~ug one of Gene Aue~inls old favorites o~llcd (PLI.Y) r~te the ohem.~.~ry term for ~ter? ~Fn~tss La~In ~or ~ntor? Did a m~n n~msd 1~torm~n ~.nvont the ~o.nt ~in pen? . 19 . '~
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HIESTAND EYSER: HIESTAND: K~BER: 8. -20- (REVTS~) 12-18-42 Come, somew Profsssor. Time l s a-wastln~ Well find out the wl~ner Dean, and hasten| And here he ias P~ofe88o~t Yes, and the old oollege would like to ~ok ow dge • ' as the head elu@idato~ for Alma T~matm~. Mr. • yo~ really surpass in this ~ea goln' mlas~, Y~u get t~ ~d. an~ ~, the other four each get $I0, In War St~ps| All sXx get a carton of LuCkle~. And THai To~ all you swell schol~lW for yo%~ yells and hollepss a paskage of better than ever LUCK~ STRIKE CIGA~S~TTEB: (CEKERS) e~ EVERYTHING I ~VE GO ............................. ORC}ESTRA -20-
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IB- 16-42 Well, ehillun~ thatlm the end of our class s~ss~on fo~ this week. And ~t now, weld llke to thank ~~'~ t ~ stationed here for the wonderful reoeption yeu ve given us~ ~elleve me, ~ae Navy really oomes through] Next WeOnesda~ niaht we~ll be holdlnt class for ~ ~oup:of service men in ~nlow, there~a s vital duty we must all peTfo~m thls Christmas, And that 18 our p~chasss of Ch~istmmm semls~ ~ ~hese seals ~e for a Ini~hty worthy CaUa~ and demer~e every bit of s~ppo~t we ca~ giwe them, So ohill~n~ when you send yo~m ~m/sioal q~estlons to ~ put ten Oh~ist~am seals on ~1~ envelope, ~len we ~eply, weZll add ten offloial Oh~istma. meals to oI~I" lette~ ~oO~ HOW about it America? Ilm sure yo~Ill all want to help, ~nd now, thanks a lot fo~ beln~ with us, and ~,,. 8o lon~ everybody| (APPEAUSE) HINSTA/~DI This broadcast f~om Treasure Island does not.oonstltute an • endorsement eT our product by the Dep~tment. The famous tobaooo ~ctionee~s heard on toni~htls pPogra~ were M~ F~E~ Boone of Lexington, Kentuek~ and M~. L.A. •(Speed) ~iggs Of Goldsboro, North Oerolin me to you from T~easu~e Island, 0allfornia and New York~ THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING CO~ANY PNODU~ TIO~ RECORD: "AS BROADOAST" - PROGRAM ON PROGRAM OFF SWITt~OV~S TO NEW fORK FON CO~H~E~GIALS 0ALIBRN OF 00NTESTANTS BPNOIAL OO~TS
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k2h3142 7:oo-sNDo ~ WHITE CHR IST~AS HIP HIP HOORAY DEARLY BRLOVED MR, FIVE BY FIVE 5. C~ ISTMAS MEDLEY KAY KYSER LUCKY STR]~{E ROUTINE #248 CONMERC IAL ONE ROUND ONE C O~IMERC IAL TWO *STATION BREAK* ROUND TWO C~M~C~L T~ED 7o IIM GETTING TIRED SO I C~%N SLEEP FINAL ROUNE 8. AFTER YOUIVE GONE (REVISED) Wilshi~e EDell Theatre Holl~woodp california ORCHESTRA GROUP TRUDY SULLY & JULIE PRODUCTION F~%NEy ORCHESTRA WARM UP RE~IIND~S: Ask audience to rem&in se&ted till show is off the air, R@he&r~e &udie~oe on siE~s~ 0
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WHITMAN: HIESTAND: WHITMAN: HIESTAND: VOICE: AUDIENCE: -1- ( REVISED ) TEE ~IERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY KAy K%S~TS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLE~GE #~4B Originates at the Wil~hire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles, California (With switehcvers at NB~, New York, for commercials) 7:00 - 8tOO PM PWT i0~00 - ll:O0 PM ~ WEDNESDAYl DECEMBER ~3t 19~ (BOONE: OHANT ENDING SOLD A~fiICAE - 45 to 48 INCLUSIVE) HIESTAND: Let that chant remind you that Lucky Strike meana fine tohacoo - So ~O~d* so flr~ SO fully packed, SO f~ee and easy on the draw. Ladle~ and gentlemen~ this Christwdas espe~ially2 whe~ appropriate presents are 9o hard to find, the Lucky fltrlke ttc~ia~a8 ~i~tff is an i~eal a~swe~ to ~eur sho~p~ ~obleD%9. Five h~udred Luokies - twenty-five packages cf twenty each - packed in a handsomely embossed gift box in the modern smart color~o"Wl~er White", Remember, service men themselves have voted cigarettes amor~ the most desirable of gifts. So donlt fail to see th~ Lucky Strik~ "Ch~iatmas Gift" at youm favorite ciBa~ette eou~ter. You~ll be ~lad to know that there's no extra eha~ge for this exquisite packaging. (OPENING THOLE ) From Holl~wood - LUOKY STREE p~esents KAY KYSER~S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLESDGE ... t'or the men and wcmen of -- TEE ARMY] TEE NAVY! THE MARINES| "HOORAY" ~ "THIEING OF, Y0~/" (T ...... ~ .) - APPLAUSE UP BIG O
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KYSER : AUDIENCE: KYS~ : AUDIENCE: KYSER : ISH: k-leER: ISR: KYBER: ISH: HIESTAND: KYSEE: II
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LUCKY STRIKE "EAY K~/SER" - 2 - 12/23/~ Commercial #i (FROM LOS ANGELESa CALIF.) KYSER: NOW let's listen to that Dean ~f Common Sense - Mar ti~ Block. (PICK UP FROM ~ YORK) BLOCK: Thank yout Kay, and ysu know, folks, I had a funny one happen to me the other night. On the way hom~ f~om the office, it was p~etty eold~ snd before I left the building to go to the subway, I took a nickel and ~ penny out ef my pocket, the nickel for my carfarea and the per~ny for ~ Ar~ when I get down to the subwayp I walked ~p to the turn~tile, inserted my coin, end pushed. Not~ing I happenedt SO I pushed aga$n~ll nothing happened. Then I bega~ t~ get mad° The guard said, "Whet,s the ~tto~?" ~ I said, "I p~t my nickel i~ he~ and I canlt get in." Then I looked into my hand, and there was the nickel. I bad p~t the penny into the alot~BOy was my face red.Iris really a wo~d er f~l thing, s t~nstile, with i~ a~tematlc coin machine. YO~ can,t feel ~ And the menwhe buy tobacco for Lusky Strike °°. you canlt fool them, either° Thei~ seleotion of fine, ripe, mild Duckg Strike tobacco is Jumt as secrete° Nc basket of tobaeho thai deesnlt come up to Lucky Strike standard ge~e by them~ because we know that the otLly way we can give you a ~tte~ smoke is through the use of fine tobaceoo/When you hand the man behind the tobacco counter these few coins, 8~d say "L~ckie~, please," a~t~matically yo~ m'~'in llne for real smoking pleasure, becaus~ every time you light a Lucky, ye~ike a Lucky. (PICK UP ~0~ LOS ANG~L~S)
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EYSER: -5- (R~VISED) IZ/2Z/4W NOW letls listen to that Desm of C~.mon Sense, Msrttn BI~Me / (SWITOHOVER TO NEW YOPdT.,..PICK UP COMmeRCIAL NO, i) (approx 1.40) (RETURN CUE:) BSOCK: When you hand the man behind the tobscoo oounter those few ooins~ and saF "Luckles, pleasB", automatically you are in line for real smoking pleasurej because every time you light a LuckTp you hike a Lucky, (SWITCHOVER TO HOLLYWOOD~ CALIFORNIA) KYSER MARCH ~ '/~'~-"
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EIESTAND= KYBE~ : JULIE : KYSER : JULIE : KYSER : JULIE : SOUND: HIESTAND : KYS~: -d- (REVISED) 12-23-42 Come~ ~om~ now~ Pro~os~or ,,. put on yo~ glasses, The students are ready to shaft with their classesL 0kaE, Dean ... yetis start the shoutin' .~. but wait ooo Julie Conway; Why are you poutln'? Oh, Professor °°. Irm worried about christmas. I gonlt think l'll get any presents; No present~, Julie? Why not? Oh, on account of this modern age werre living in, ~odern age ~ nothing tJ ...... I I , All you .have to do is hang your stocking over the flreplaoe° Donlt be silly~ How manE presents san you put in a bottle of leg makempT (LAUGH) CLASS BELL Dancel Romance; come on, Professor, letls advance; You're rIEht~ D6an - and ~ontsstant n~bs~ one in ro~nd number one is {ADD FIRST E~AM) -4- r
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i~-23-42 i, This is the home stretch of the yale tide seajon and wet~e all in th~ Christmas spirit beeau~e tomorrow night at midnlght(PLAy) He dossnlt ~ake hi~ famous ride until ~n, but ~s° ~±~k ~Nul~y and 3tan Leopard Of Pittsto~ Pa, j ~ay fo~ th8 past two week~ heI~ bee~ visiting every ~own in the land ~ on the ~treetsp in the department st~re8 - mo~t evev~herB - Just ~o ~ee that the kiddies (PLAY) Y~u can bet ms t~eylre on thei~ good behavior. They might not ~are what ~ou call tern the ~e6t of the year but at Gbrlstma8 they want Santa to ~all them (PLAY) 2, Miss Jeanne ~mith of Dsllas remlnds ~s that the woad "S~n~agl is associated with several kinds of ~Mspo~tatlon. ~or tnsta~o~ Santa Claus is identified with what kind of ~ ( And what about Banta Fe9 ( ) And of course 8anta Anita used to be famous for what ( ) And now what about Santa Aria, OallforniaT ( ),
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~o Th~B eae ~ Oorp+ ~ard P~kert of 81a2 C~qo l~ 4edio&ted to o~r boyo l~ ~aeka. Theylll r~ally hate a w,~l~e Ohri~ beoauee ~laska II i (PLAY)° Here'a a little ~k~t abc~t Alaska and the /~l~lana and me want you to piok c~ fcur worde asdooiated with tha~ terri~ory, 1, tr~naport lef~ Seattle en~ aoon wus ~ nor~h~. 1% doekod ~ • bur~ With l~e of prett~ ~le the pier. ~ aoldier eaid ~o another ~ don~t ~ou uk ~hn~ ~oc~ lookin~ o~ ~or a kiek~? ~11 right, ~l~ska onoe, b~ I wo~l~n~ eskimo th~ ~noe~ bee~us~ I d~4 NOW ~ry ~11. and I ~on'~ ~an~ to ~e~ in d~oh in the h~rbor. The ~ue~io~ i~ ~ Did he or dldn4 he k~ee he~~ - 3~ne~uy 4* P~. Ted ~ro~ o~ T~dall Field, Floridz, euys the n~me o~ this aon~ is e olnoh. (PLY) Now w'~ like for you to si~ thle e~olal l~rlo ~o that ~on~ (PLt~) [O~]~D) J~lle Con~ ~ Truly ~ ~r~ ~Ir~ right here. 3~d here~e a plea~ of mi~tletc~ . bu~ flr~t - h~id the mietletoe ~ high ~d y~lll g~ ~ klea ~r~ who ~er i~ ~der it. Ju~ ~ your ar~ nrotmd in a eirele aud gee who eom~n vnder ~he ~i~f~let~, Don~ e~e~d under the ~t~l~oe ~or ~yono else b~t me '~u~e I ~ust £o't ~ kiss~n~ ration a~rd ~d b~ ~s a "~" ~0 le~ k~s~ ~i11 the Oow~ oome brae|
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~. $1~oe this is the seRson for toye, we have Invited Ib~ Hall %o be our ~uest thll evenlng, Pcmdy reelly pliys a ~oy flute and ~II~ Joan gcehor, formerly of Brookl~nI ~mmtl you to llst~n and tell uJ wha~ he la pl~yln~; and J~st to make it a llttle ~ore in the Christmas aplrlt the b~a in ~he ban~ are golng to b~k him up ~ith Borne Chriltmm toy in~tru~a~ti° All rlghtm Pmn~y~ lefts havo the ~ir~t 6* There are S~n~a Cla~soe of oli sizes ~nd e~p~e ~h~ae de, e, ~ud P~lph Goins of Santa ~a ~ .'~lr B~O, Call~., ~ells of one ho ~LW in a oer~in etor~ . ~s hor£zont~l ~s he w~l perpendioular~ ond ~he kid~le~ w~re li~in~ in hl~ lap ~nd ~ln~l~ (PL~)o In another ~o~ S~nt~ C1~ was ~all ~nd Jlend~r ~d ~he eoldier~ were figh~in~ ~o e~ in his lap~ Upca oloBe inepeetiou wo disoo~0red ~h~ due ~ ~ ~hortoge e~ ~n this w~ ~ ~LA¥). Th~ lady Se~ta CI~U~ dldn'~ ~nd o~u~e ~he said (PLAY). 80~: ~S B~LL -7-
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LUCKY STRIKE "EAT ~Y~ER" - ~ - 12/2~/~2 commerelal #2 (FR~ ~OS ANGELE~m CALIF.) KYSER: • NOw ~ertln Block ehow~ as what really counts in a c ~gapet t~ ° • ° (PICK UP FRO~ NE~ YORK1 Yes~ f~le~p LuQk~es are t~ly so rou~dj eo fi~m~ ~o full~ pnokedp so free and easy @n the draw~ which of co~se is imp~tant to you ~s R smoker. But even mo~e Important (and perhaps th~ is not g~ammatlcally correct) is w~mt Lucky Str~ke~ ~re p~cked ~th. The m~wer o~ c~u~se~ Is f~ne tobac~o~ ~d herers Baall R~sd~el to d~sc~Ibe for you ~he Peenao~ment o~ a typical tobacco au~tl~ showin6 h~ the ~kers ~ Luckles ~¢~Pe that fine~ tobacco, (~ORE)
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LUCKY STRI~3~ "KAy K~/SER" Commercial #2 (CONTD) RUYSDAEL : WHSM~ : . RUYSDAEL : WHSMAN : RU~fSDAEL : - & - 12/23/ (CHANT - CRO~VD NOISE) Ladies and gentlemen, lt,s malnly a matter of picklng ~nd c~sing| Out of the millions of baskets of tobacco offered f~r sale each yeari Lucky Strlke selscts only the riper, lighter# milder leaf - the kind thet makes yo~ a better cigarettes (CHANT UP - SOLD X AT 38) 3Oi (CHANT) Notloe that Lucky Strike dld not buy that last basket Of tobaeeo'- dl~nit even bid ~n it ° and herels another basket yo~r Lucky Strike buyer is passing by ... (CHANT UP - SOLD Y AT 36) GO~ tobaccoi boysl llL I (CHANT) Your Lueky Strlke buyer - --~ .... ~ • u ID~pecti~n~-tell~him that this is some Of that truly L~cky Strike le~g - ~o right away he r~ises the warehousemanls sporing bid of ~l Sullars a hUndred pounds to ~ - ~ d~llars. New a leaf c~mpany aps bhat to ~} - Laoky Strike c~mes back with~ - anObhe~ ~Igarette company bids 45 - an exEort oomp~ny~ - ~ - but Lucky Strlke tops lem with a bid of ~7 - ~7 dollars - ~N - yes - betels the sale| (CHANT ~P- SOLDA~ERICAN)
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LUCKY STRIKE "KAY KYSKR" Cos~uerolal #2 (C0NTD) BLOCK: (PICK UP FROM - 5 - 1a/23/~ There~ lediss add gentlemenj you heard how the makers of Luokies acquire that ~i~ i~odlentp so vitally important to the quality ~f ~ny cigarette. T~ough careful inspection, infinite pntlenee, and mature Judgment, OU~ buyers select f~r your smoklr~ pleasure the flner, lighter, milder loaf that we 1=no~; makes Luckies a m~rc pleasant smoket and a more enjoyable ~ne. That we have been successful in prodmclng a swell smoking cigarette is best proven by the fact that with independent t~baoco expertst auctioneers, brayers, and warehousemen, with mcu wh~ know tobacco best, Luckics h~ve more than twice as many exol~slve smokers as all othur brands of cigarettes oomblned. And speaking ~f cOmblnod~ when you combine top flight tobacc~ with a manufacturing process which makes Luckies so ro~ud, so firmp so fully packed, so free and easy ~n the draw, itls easy t~ understand why I always say to light a Lucky is to like a Lucky° LOS ANGELES )
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KYgER: -g- (REVISED) iZ/z5li2 NeW Marti~ Block shows us what really eoun~s i~ a olg/rette. (SWITCHOVER TO NEW YORK.,.oPICK UP CO~ERCIAL NO. ~) (apppox ~,S0) BLOCK: (RETURN CUR:) And speaking of eomblned, when you oomblne top flight tobacoo with a msnufscturlng p~ooess which makes Luokles so ro~nd~ so flrmt so fully packed~ so fr~e and easE on the drawp Itls s~s~ to understand why I 81ways say to light s Luoky is to llke ~ Luoky. 4~ (SWITCHOVER TO BOLL~VOOD, CALIFORNIA REPRISE: "JINGLE BELLS"
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-10- 12,/23A2 ORCH: REPRISE "JINGLE BELLS" GLEE CLUB: Ring dem bells, Ming dem bellsj R~ng l e1~ one-two-three, Let station be identified On good old N,B,C. ~,. ",, 6 ¢, (~IMES) (STATION BREAK) ORCI£ I EYS~ ~ARCH i*¸ -I0- d
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RYSER* ISHt J~tl3~ t JXSER~ IYSERI XYSER~ ~S~s ~5~Rz ~Rz - ~1 - C~x~) 12/z~/42 - 11 -
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-le- ~REVISED) 19-23-42 One of tho tPadltlons of ouP Amerloan Oh~istmas is the custom of ~em~mbsrln~ ~rlends with cards oP gifts. So letls dedieate this exam to Christmas Shopplng or Ifll Be Down To Meet You With a S~retsher j Honey. l, Mis~ Gladys Buddcf Tulss, Oklahoma says, these last few deys have been "The American ~adhouse Of MePchandi~Ing" becsuse so msny of us have delayed ~nd said "I~ll de my shopping (PLAY) Thereforo, t~opPow will be the proc~sstlnatorrs night~P~. In stores all over bhe country folks will be (PLAY) and clerks sve~he~e with a smile on theSP faces and corns cn their feet will be mutterlng (PLAY). 2. Sgt, Eugene Aplze of Camp Cooke wants you to imagine youtme doing ~o~P shopplmg ~i~ht now. And you m~st get somethln~ for a youngster whose idol is Ji~y Doolittle and Eddie Riok~baoker. What would you ge~ him? ( ) Suppose his Ido~ wss Jin~y DoPs~. ~ !ut'- -.i~ ~-~ ht~ f--i^-~ ~oo w~ ~ ~.~. iI~lat would you g~t him if h&s hePo was Gene K~upa? Suppose his f~ r~~Z°~ ~ r. And what would yo~ get him if his ~svoPite wa~ (A-hem) Kay Kyser? BOBBY HOLLERS: SOME NEW JOKES, BROTH~ b
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o 1~ - C~-Vzs~) l~Zz~/4z 3. telle ~ z ~loe b~ ~ wQn~ sho~ ~ • d~ s~oro. He 8~opped at ~he Doll eem~sr and said (PLAY), But be ~g ~Llkin~ to the dol~ behind ~he ootmte~ ~he~l he rushed ~aok ~o hie barrsoks 80~d told his buddiee (HAY_) R~ght herQ we have • nloe big ~ Dollw and we want y~ to held it ~enderl7 i~ y~ ~ and mt~g ~ab¥ Faoe~ ~0~.~)
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-14- (REVISED) 12-23-42 5, OUr own Ish Kabibbls went shopping yesterday and bought 3 musical powder boxes, Hels going to open them o~ at a time and wants you to tell us the names o~ the tunes yo~ hear, All right, here's ~he first one. (PLAY) (PLAY} (PLAY) 6. A couple of our co-ed correspondents have asked hhw they can b~ stLre of getting a nice present from thelr boy frle w and betels some good advice ~uggested by Mrs, James Dwyer of Long Islandj New York, Her hint %0 any gal Is~ first be s~re tha~ youlre (PLAY) Sho also says at ~his time of year d~nlt argue - or naghlm - just (FLAY) Summing it up gals, if you want that present (PLAY) (APPLAUSE) SOUND: CLASS BELL -14- b
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DUCXY STRIF~ "KAY EY3ER" - 6 - 12/23/~2 commercial #3 (FROM LOS AI~GELESt CALIF.) . NOW lefT8 llste~ to Martin Block °°. (PICK UP FROM N~ yOBK) BLO~: At Thirty-FoUmth Street and Plfth Avenue, In New YOrk Cityp reaching aver a thousand fee~ i~to ~he airt the Emplre state B~l~ing° I~ took only nlneteen mo~tha to b~ild that archlteotural ma~erplece, but frlend~p it takos anywhere f~o~ two to fo~ years to make a L~cky Str~ke cigarette. Oh, donft misunderstand n% {~'~The actual making of ~ L~cky takes Onl~ a f~a~tio~ o~ a second~ b~t t~ g2swir~ an~ the aglng and the bl~dlng ~f t~e t~b~cc~ ~ake~ yeS.So And doesn't that clearly indioa~e to ~ou the importance of tobacco in ~ ~Igarette~ Perhaps that will help you to understand why I co~staatly emphasize that ~n a clg~rette, it,s the t~hac~ that aountsj ar~ that ottr b~pe~ gpend their every workln~ ~oment bu~Ing t~e finer, li~h~e~, rlpe~ tobacco that has made the rmme L~cky strike mean f~ne tobacco° I wish you would try L~0kles" hecs~se I kn~w that yo~ first puff will bring you that real enjoyment ~h~t c~es ~f t~bacce ~t ~ts best, ~nh%zmrled in its develapment .°. tobacco th~tI~ ~ttt~allp g~d~ ~ust ~emember~ f~lends~ that with Independent tobacco expe~ts~ with men who know t~baccc best, itt~ L~akles ~ to l° (P~CK UP F~OM LOS ANGELES)
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KYSEN: -16- (REVISED) N~W letts lis~en to Ma~tin Block. (SWITCHOVER T0 ~WYORK.,.,PICK UP C0M~NCIAL N0, 3) (apprex I.~0) BLOCK: (RETJRE CIJEz ) Just remember, friends, that wlth independent tobacco experts, with men who know tobaoco best, It's L~ckie~ two to o~e. (SWITCHOVER TO HOLLYWOOD, CALIFORNIA) 7. IIM GETTING TIRED SO I CAN SLEEP . , ..... HAERY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) 0~CHESTRA REpRISe: ~CfSER MARCH -16-
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RIEST~/~D: KYSER: ISH : KYRER : IRE : KYRER : ISR : KYSER: ISH : KY~R: IRE : NYESTAND: KYRER : HIESTAND: KYSER : -17- (REvzsER) l~/e~/4e Professor, the final contestants ape waitinI, Okay, dean, why are we hesit~tint? Ohm Professor • Well, well| Meatleas Tuesday 8g~inZ Professort o~use on ~coot4qt of this i~ the Ch~is~aB ~e~8o~p I have wrote a Christmas poem which I would l~ke to read same~ Go ahead and read It~ l~h, Okay. The nsme of same is "RING OUT WILD BELLS", (RECITES) RING OUT WILD BELLS, RING OUT OVER LAND AND SEA. RING OUT WILD HELLS, RING OUT RING OUT RING 0UTI ~h~t, s good! RING OUT u~ILD BELLS, RING OUT, RING 0UT, RING OUTm 01ER LAND AND SEA ARE ~RA AND LAND AND SEA, Narvelcus | S0 RING RING RING WITH A TNNG.A-LING-A-LING AND A CLANG CLANG CLANG AND A CLING CLING CLING AND A CLANG CLING CLANG AND A CLING CLAND CLING AND A BONG BONG BONG AND A ZING ZING ZING..~ CHRISTMAS| CLAUGN) Woll, so much for Christmas apirit~ Dean If you have someShln~ to say, letls hear i~ NerelJ the first final contestant, prof*~sor~ Yes siw~ and he is , | , /NDD ELNAL -15'.
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-Is- (P~vlsm~3 le/zs/4z I, The theme of our final round tonight is "Silence is Golden," ~ergeant Her~ry D, Gavels of Mare Island, says ab 0hris~a$ blme or any other time we mustnlt give out milltsry secrets, When yourre h~vi~g Christmas fun and start talkinE, remember not to be (PLAY), Youlve seen the fldure of three little monkeys - one with his hands over hla eyes, one with his hands over his mouth and one with his hands over hi~ ears - what 8oe~ that mea~? In hotels and apaptment houses you should zipper your mouth too~ because even the whats have ears? 2. If you Mnow a military seoret or any information that might be wluable to the enemy, Miss P~ullne Sisk of Indianapolis says dontt tell it to ~our best friend, even if he Bays (PLAY). ThiB is the time when we all muat be lik~ the proverbial Sphinzt ~..~ Sphinx? Whatlu a busy-body? ~ .... ii ii ~m .... (W) -18.
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5, Frank Toth St. of Bridgeportt Connectlout says Itls amuslng how gossip spreade. The loudest rumor sprang from somebcdyls (PLAY). If you tell something to one person pretty soon {PLAY). Why is s good ~ime for us all to be dalsles? Why Is a cotton mouth blabber mouth~ ( ). Yes sir, bhey are both And you mig~at say the same thing about rattler and 41 that might help the (PLAY). An~ if you b~ar say - Jump in and deny if you gBt some information - make folks thlnk youtre e ¸else ~aylng somethinE they shouldn't word8 (PLAY).
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L~dleS an~ gentlema~ Unele Sam won~x me ~o ~eAk to you ton~h~ ~bout ee~rlt¥ o~ war Intor~m~lel~. He e~ys we otn't ovQr~amphaelse the i~'~8.noe of k~p~a~ o~r waF ~fol~atlol %o ourle1¥se . ~eoauso ma~t~ I£VeS are ~ ~ake. the luooess of A~ ~ud Navy ~rLtegy ~s ~t st~ke~ 04r enen~ h~$ ~ method ~f ~ooverin~ i~port~n~ military fae#¢~ from llttle ~h~n~a you and I m~ght xay or do, and because of ~hi~ (h~le 8~m auggee~s mix key wo~a~ to help yo~ remember ~he k~nd of In~orm~%Io~ cu~ el~e~s ~Fe a~er. The ~Ir~ . ~ whets are our ~oldie~ ships, plane#. ~a~orles, sdue field~, ere. $. ~ ~ how ar~ our m go~ hew are they ~q~Ipped, how ~re our planea, ~nkm and o, her weapo~B nmde. 8. when ~ wh~m ~e ~hey goln~, when will ~h~ e~gp be la~hed, when will ~h~t production ~ob ~e finished. 4. wh~t kind - wh~t k~ud of d~ty is he doln~ t~i~ is he ge~n~ - m k~ltd of shLp or ple~e or ~a~o Is 14;, e. ~ ~ they do~ ~ the soldle~n m~d eailorl w~d w~r ~rkere yov knm~ e~o~¢. 61x Imporbaz~ • htn~a to re~a~ber. If you re~.d it in the z~ml~papers~ ~e~a~Lnes~ or he~r it ~ %he r~d/o. ~hvn It's ~b~/e p~o~e~y~ and you o~ ~Ik about ~. If you hoar it or ave i~ youraelf, don'~ rvpeat it, Think be~o~ you t~lk be~auee oa~elese talk oo~s livee - ~n~t ~bo~ it. ;~riaaY gYVeR THEME ~ . . * . , . ~HZNKIF~ ~F YOU~
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kTSERI ~IT3~Nt EfSER: 8m HIES~AND~ ~h~ yesJ fu~ ~he winner is, wlth a perTe~t seore, ~, L~ Brannln. Ke a~ cmly wins a ~60 Defende Bond. b~t ~ additional #25 Bond for ~ e peFf~t 8ao~s~ $7B i~ allI fo~ the wlnner of ~onl~h%18 o~e~. And n~, Ohillun, here's Dean Zhi~nm ~th a ..es~e4~e f1"om O~F |p~pFi I~dlm8 and ~lemenm on ~eh~I£ of the ~k.er~ of LUO~ Strike Oiga~tes, m~y I wish yo~ll a ~s~y nerry flh~msm. ~ ~o L~o R~h Hi~Ing, ~ ~2~ ~ Bond for ~oond p~Me, The f~u~ remalnln~ did some £1~e e~lainin~ eo they e~h ~t ten dollar~ i~ ~aP 8t~mp~ ~i six ~ ~ oa~t~ of L~kles, A~D TH]~I TO ~11 ~ boy~ for ~11 yo~P n~l~e,.,a p~k~6~ of be~ter than ever LUCK1" ~TRIKE 0 I~k~R~TTES | YOU ~YE ~OBE ........ , ........ ORiEnT Ri Now, at the~ oft~ United States ~ver~ and epeeklz~ for ~he ~ited ~tmte~ ~overn~er~, Fa~ K~'~r briu~8 you the follmrln~ ~ess~4[e. Time,.. less %hen a mimzte and a half .... M~r. Kyser. .20-
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KYSER: HIESTAND : -21- 12-~3-4~ Well, chl 1 n thatts the end of our Chrls~mas olaas s~sslo~ I hope you all had ~ little fun and a few laUghs. But most of all2 I hope you all enjoy ,,, this year above all ,,. a Mer~ Ch~iatmasl And now, this is Kay Kyser thi~kinI of you. Thanks a lot for being wTth us ,,, and .,. So long everybody, (APPLAUSE) LUCKY THE~ came to you from Hollywood, California and Nsw Yorko THIS IS ~ NATIONAL BROADCASTINGCOMPANY PRODUCTION RECORD: ~'~S BROADCAST" - pROGRAM ON PROGRAM OFF SWITCHO~S TO NEW YOF~ FOR COMMERCIALS CALIBRE OF CON~STANTS~, 5PEC IAL CO~NTS -21- ¥
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/ I~13o142 7| 00-8:00 ~ 1. T~EIS A STAR SPAN~ BANNER WAVING S~RE C OMMEEC IAL OHE ROUND ONE 2* EGG-A-BREAD S, WHEN T~ LIG~8 TO ON AGAIN C~M~CI~ TWO 4. WHY DONIT YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ME STATION ~ HOUND TWO 5o SERVICE MENIS M~LEY 7o KAY KYSER LUCKY STRIKE ROUTYNE #249 Pasadena Civic Audlto~i~ Pasadenam Ca llf arni_~a C G~M~RC IAL THREE I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM FINAL ROUND GROUP JULIE & SULLY HARRY TRUDY & HARRY PRODUCTION HARRy WARM UP R~INDHES: Ask ~udlen~e to remain ~a~ed till show i~ off the air Rehoa~ae audi~no@ on ~ign8 0
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-I- (REVISED) TEE AMERICA~ TOBACCO COMPANY KAY KYSE~IS COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWL~GE #249 Orlglr~te8 at P~sadena Civi~ Audi~ori~t P&sadena# Callfornla (With mwitohovers to NBG - New York - for e~ercials) 7100 - 8:00 FM P~T lO:O0 - ll:O0 OM ~ W~D~SD~YB DEC~BER 30t 19@2 (BOONE: CHANT ENDING SCUD AMERICAN - 45 to 48 INCLUSIVE) WHITMAN: ~moke the smoke %obaoco expe~s amoke~ A~d le~ that ohant ~emind ~o~ ~ba$ L~ok~ Strike m~a~s fine tobacco .,. so pound~ so f~ so full~ paoEe~ , .. So f~ee an~ easy o~ the dmaw, No wondem that with men who know rob&sos best~ Itts Luskiss two to o~e| From Pa~adena~ California -- LUOKY STR~{E pre~nt~ KAy K~SEH~S COLLEGE OF MUSICAL KNOWLEDGE! ~IENCE HOLLERS "YEA GEORG~A~" (~) ~ U C L A~" "EAH RAH EAH - RAH RAH HAH ~ BAH ~AH ~' ~ ~ ~ ; (THINKING OF YOU ~ AUDIENO~ APPLAUSE UP BIG)
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KYSER: AUDIENCE: KYSE~: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSER: ISH: KYSE~: ISH: KYS~: ISH: K~/BER: ISH: 12/ED/~2 Evenlnt folks, how yrall? HAPPY N~ YEAR, KAY| And a happy New Year right back at you~ We&l, chillun, HAre we are at one of the most famous New Y~arls Day Cities in the worl~ Pasadenat and wetre holdinI class in Pasadenars big Civic AUditorium. Believe me it Da~, to be big to hold the big husk~ boEs from Georgia and ~.~ ~ .~ ~.~l 44~.~. ~,.~,~ nUChA1s rear foot ll tel~ms who a,oe here wi h us~ f~ ~ ~.~4 ~,~t°n ght| ( CHEERS ) Ishkablbble, what do you predict is goin~ to happen at the Rose Bowl F~idg~? Wells Professor, I got s~e pretty reliable information on whetts going to happen. (PRETTY INTERESTED) You have, Ish? ~hat is it~ Ish -- Shhh~ Donlt talk too loud~ but whet ~7% They~s ~onna be a football game there~ What a bmilllant mind| At least you m~at have some favorite players; Oh sure -- Kitchan--Goblln and Swamp-land. Kitchen-Goblin| Swamp-iand~ Ar~ you cra~y? Y gue~s that alnlt their names,..l$ wouldnlt beJ~. Drainboard-Scarscrow an~ Bay-~emdow~ N~ It wouldnl t ~ (PAUSE) I got it! whoJ SI~-WICH AND WATER-FI~SD: (LAUGH)
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KYBER : Ishs yontre ~tblni me all m~ddled~ Besidess oDm oontesSants are gsttin~ huddled| Ready to smash tl%at llne for $i15.00 in War Bond prizesl Yes sir~ slx football coaches, Babe ~orrsll and two coaches from U.C.L.A. and Wallace Buttswdth two coaches from Georgla. But while theylrs waltlnI for the startlnl whistles berets a tun~ that111 make you sizzle~ Come ont ~hillunl Yetis danc8~ THEREtS A STAR-SPANGLED BANNER WAVING SCMEWHERE...GROU? (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) 0
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LUCKY STRI~ "KAY KYSER" C~ercial #i (CONT) - 3 - ~13oI~- BLOCK: (CONT) YD~ h~v~ my full pe~mlssisn t3 do s3 3r to use Shy p:rtisn sf this letter y3u wish. Thst is the leas% I c~n d~ f~ th~ mgny years ~f sm~kinE ple~sume Lucklos hsve glven me, Si~opely ~gms~ Gerald G~uer~mld°" Thank y~a~ Mr. Greenwold, IPICK UP FRGM PASADENAr CALIF. I
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KYSER ~ (~Evls~) 12/3o/42 NOW oh~ll~j is~¢a li~sn ~o that Dean of Oormu~n Sense~ Ma~in Block, (SW~CHOVER TO NEW yOBK~..PICK D? COMMERCIAL NO. l) ( app~ox, 2:00) BLOCK: (HETURN CUE:) You have my full pe~mIsslon to do so or to use any portion of this l~tter you wi~h. That is the least I can do fo~ the many yaar~ of smoking pleasure L~ck~es have glv~n me. Sin~er61~ yours~ Gerald Greenwald, Quote. Ths~k ~ouj Mr. Grsenwald, (SWITCHOVER TO PASADENA, CALIFORNIA) KYSIKq MARCH -3- 0
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Y~L LEADER: TWO VOICES: SOUND: BOBBY : SOUND: KYSEPt : The~els the starting And the kickoff% (BIG "HUR~|" ) (gERY FAST AND And here he comes streaking up th~ sideline~ th~ ball under his arm -- h~ts up to th~ thi~tyt back to the twenty, the t6 doubling back, b~ck to the fifty sixty the HETS OVEB| Ladies aud a touch down| And K~y Kyser carrled the (HOLLERS) WHO CARRIED (GIRLISH LAUGHTER CLASS BELL , ~ ~.m~ .~ .-~ ~ ~- ~'X4 ~..~m2 .. tonight s game and (ADD FIRST EXAM) -4-
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12-50-4~ I, The day after t~aorrow at this time the Rose Bowl game will be a~eg. When it oame time to invite a team from the Eaet to r~ participate Little DOO ~obley of Hardi~ 3i~mno~s says the ~en£eren~o me~ and deolded to invite (PLAY) They aooopted and said "lo~k oUt"~PLAY) Well~ the UOLA Bruin ~ays bets net afraid of th8 Georgia bull dog so it looks llke the new yeam~s day battle is going to be (PLAT) S. since welre at the hor~o of the To~nameat of Rosos Hal van Every Of Second Air Foreo BOmbers thinks itts appropriate to ask you to di~tlngulsh betwee~ Pasadenas Oh C~therin~, Louis Frlmaj Farina an~ Madam Queena -- I
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-6- (2ND REVISION) 12/30/42 3. Getting back to football# Alex Domnanorich of Alabama asks, do you know what the football Bald to the punterts toe? Wellb to the punte#'s toe the football said (PLAY), Therels one with a boot in i~l ] [ J L -, z~ ;'_ ~_ ' _ " .... ; H~re's the theme of a radio personality who was started in the musloal "Kid Boo~s", See if you can tell who it is. (PLAY) He was very instrL~nental in making the song "If You Knew Susie" popt~ar° Now here a#e the words to that son6~, &nd we went you to jt~p up and downs olap your hands together and sing an Canter would do it, Reaay? Yet's go, (PLAY) 4, Frank Sinkwlch of Georgia points out there a~e some well-known football terms that have other deflni~tons. Per Instaneej the head man of a football ~eam is also what pa~t of a train? Give us ~wo definltio~s for baekle,~oand what abc~t ~ardage? Do you knOw w~Y a barber culle~e neve~ wins a football ~ams? Theylre alway8 being penalized for .cllpping~ 0
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-?- (REVISED) 12-30-42 5, Especlally for the Tourn~e~t of Roses wetve Impomted a visiting Dean. H~Is no ross, but heTa fDll of ~he rose splri~. Le%Is bring him out herb .°. itvs Pinto Colv~ (APPLAUSE) Pinto has a h~nk of wood shot fUll of holes. ,~.~ ~ i . yl.~ ' ~b~i~ ~ ~I$ going ~o ge~ some m~a~o o~ of i~. Some rose mualo. Now we want to llgten and see if you can identify the tunes. (PLAY PLAY 6. This one is f~omBabe Horrell himself. He days Waterfield same up ~o him today and sald "Coaoh (FLAY). And Babe said "What was it, Bob~~ Bob a~i~ "I ~es/ned the Rose Bowl g~/ne was just abou~ ove~ - I~ was ~he last I0 seconds of the g~me, and we wets on our own ~0 yard line - we needed a field goal to win So I dropped baok to kick and the fellow~ asked~how I was going to drop kick that far and I ~ald "IIll tell you (PLAY). I~ wen~ ~i~ht thru the uprlgh~s and the fellows said "How did y~u do itS" Bob ~eplled "It was easy - I Just imagined that the football was (PLAY). (APPLAUSE) SOUND: CLASS BELL C
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++ SOUNDz HI~dNDI L'YSE~I J~IEi KYSERs rZSF~: HIESTA~DI KYSER+ 0~ Profeasor0 ~he gun. ~irat quar~erls do~ ~hj Dean+ you+re • oard~ go find out who piokad up the moetest yardsJ Hellop profol~or~ ~Ql1. Julie 0w~yp you lovely ~hingo I lupP0ae yOUITe mado • d~e wl~h onl of those he~d6~ foo~balt pl~verl %h~t Iro here tonight. Tha~ls right. I hate • da~e with alay. Hers the but I oould geto Clay? I nevor heard of ~lay. Probably not, BkS full name le 01eo=arga~ine - hera Just a Sub~ltttte. l~,ofellor~ The tir~ round ~ohdown hound~ yott did f~ you penally know how ~o buok ~ha~ lin~| There are ~por~ wvitere here tonight from all owsr ~he oour~ry, and I~m etu'e ~b~y~ll ~reo you ~'ere good ~por~So 8o ligb~ up a Luak~ and ~ske ~e out %o gilt.RED .... ~ .............. JW.IE ~D SULLY •HEN THE LIGHTS ~0 ~ ~AL~ . . * . . . . ~ , HAPR~ -8-
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Luc~ s~i~ "KAY ~SFR" - 4 - IB/3oJk~ (PICK UP FROM PASA~NAr CALIF.} KYSER: N~w he~els Martin Bl~sk - ~ith evldonce in tho pnlm of his hand° (PICK UP FROM NEW YORK) BLOCK: 2Tiendsj since Irm ~lways tollin~ y~u that i~ ~ clgarstto Ibis t~e t~bacc~ that c~u~tsm tonir'ht I brought olong with me t~ the studi~ D bundle,o,Or n hsndo..~f tsbscc~o And ns I ~pen it upt I wish y~u Could so~ tho l~Dgw silken loovcs s~ thin ~nd delicate in texture, By holdlr~ it up t~ the II£ht, I san nctsally see my h~nd through t~c leaf~ Itls s l~vcly gsld~n c~l~r~ and b~y~ ~=es It~g~dL My~f~iend, Spo~d ~Iggs~ famous t~bacc~ ~ct£~nee~ f~m Soldsb~ N~rtR C~r~iins~ hmou~ht this t3haoso bask to me from his last trip down t~, whore ho s~id tobccc~ all day l~ng~ Just as yo~ will n~w he~r it sold in a roon~otmont ~f s typi~l tsh8cc~ suction scone by Basil Ruyadoel~ with Speod Rigga as the e~ctioneero (MORE) -4-
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LUCKY STEIKE "~iY KYSER" - 5 - 12/50/h2 c~morclol #2 (CO~T) 2UYSDAEL: RUYSDAEL: b~HS~N : HDYSDAEL : BLOCK: (O~NT - CSOWD NOISE) Ladies and guntlomonl hero 3n the Warehouse fl~3rj hundreds of baskets ~f t~b~oc~ ate up fo~ a~oti~n - But y~ur L~cky Strike buycr will scloct onl~ the rlpor, lighter) m~Idor l~f - the real Lucky Strike l~af - the klnd that mo~ns a bettor smoke f~r y~u, (CHANT UP - SOLD X AT 38) Ths L~oky Strlk~ buyer lot that IQst basket ~ by wi%h~ut a bid. His eye is @n nn extr~ special basket Just shoed4 Listen ~ow, G~d t~bacc~, b~ys. ~IL (C~NT) HOPe'S a b~sket Of ~$ t~u/y fine L~oky S~rlke loaf - sr~ y~u s~Uld see h~w ygu~ Lucky Strlke bayer goes ~ftom it, Right ~w~y hC ~s~s~s the w~roh~somsn)8 ~poD/r~ ~Id ~f ~I d~lls~s a h~/Id~od p~/%ds to ~2~ An~th~ clgsretto o~mpany ~ A leap company ~, L~ok~ ~t~Ike ~es back with ~5. An oxp~t oomp~n~ps ~h~t to ~6 - b~t L~oky Strike tops them all with a Bid of ~7 - ~7~ll~rs - sn~ Itls going . going ... (CHANT ~P - SOLD ~ERICAN) yes, f~iends~ the tobacco le8f which I now h~Id in my h~nds might h~ve come from that basket ~f fln~r tobs~s~ that was J~st "S@id ~merlea~", The fact that th8t is the kd~ Sf t~baoc~ the ~ndopendent tobacco experts prefer in thoi~ clga~ett~s is b~ne out by g statement that Spee~ m~d~ to m~ just the ~ther day) Wha~ wss it you ssld~ Sp~ed?
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LUCKY STRIKE "KAY KYSER" = 6 - ia/30/h2 COMMEB01AL #2 (00NT) R[GGS: BLOCK: Wellr Martint whe~ wo t0bscc@ men seo toDc0c@ llko thst sold to th~ Amerlc~n Tobacco Companyw ysu osnft blsmo u~ £0~ w~ntlng t~ smoko Lu~klo~, Wo c~nlt holp but soe who b~ys whnt t~b~c~ow ond wo k~w ~m~t-ltls fln~ %obscoo thnt your buy6rs purchase, Thnnks, Speed¶ And frlon~s, I think Spood RiBgs put evorythlng in 9 nut~oll when he sa~d that° Boli~vc ~ maj ~ho~ I kn~w that w~th m~n who kn~w t3b~cc~ bost~ w~th th~ ~nd~ondon~ ~xperts wh~ buy, ~i~ ~nd h~ndl~ the l~f ,~, whon I k~w that ~hos~ m~n cho@s~ Lucki~s ~w~ to ~c~ I kn~w~ J~st ~s y~u ~ust kn~w~ whloh ~i~a~et~ should bo my ~i~ro~t~, And ~Js Luoky ~rlke~ ~ rot~od~ so f~rm~ so fully ps~kod - so froo IPICK UP FROM PASADE~A, CALIFoI -6-
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KYSER : (~EVI SED ) i~/~o/4~ Now h~De'. ~amtin Blook, with evlden~8 in the of his handj (SWITCHOVNR TO NEW yORKo...PIOK N~ CO~CIAL NO* 2) (approx 3.00) BLOCK: (RETURN CUE:) When I ~/~ow that these men choose L~okies ~wo to onej I knowp Just as FOU must k~owj which ~igarett~ ~ho~id b~ ~ ~iBarette. A~d that i~ Luck7 Striker ~o~o~h~d~ SO fIx~m, ~o full~ paokedj so free and easy On the drsw. ~e (SW~TOHOVER TO RASAI~NA, CALIFORNIA) WHY DONtT YOU FALL IN LOVE WITH ~E . PR E: • . . . HARKY & TEDDY Is
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HIESTAI~D j r/$~R, KYSERI E~SERc HIEST~ND: E{SER t - 11 - cmrr:szD) ~/~/42 FTofesgorm 8hall I ~'Lq~,~ %he Seoaad qua~or gtm? ~ a 8~O~j Deanm Ilm ~lylnt Igh ~ le$~on ~d IIm not daneo Ish, have you ~dLed your lesson in aW#nol oolors? Too ai~, ~11 right, what oolor il ~lliam and ~kry,m? I don~ know what oolor w$11iamls are, bu~ ~arTIs are probably pink With little ~fflee around ~he edge. Get 1Ira out of h~re~ DeanJ ~ore~e t he ~d tea~ Righ~ ~rel (~ISTLE) Time In| Good| Aud is~t8 ~| %hess ques~io~ a~o~ f~om o~oh-%o-o~aoh~ And our first =oath who kn~we so m~h la ~ Oh, by the way~ before we S~Sa~ I war~ yo9 to mse~ o~ hoDoFa~f ~ea and the que~ of the T~,~ss Mildred ~ller~ and her o~,u~,~ (ADD SECOND EXAM) % - 11-
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-12- (END REVISION) ig-30-4g i, of course our class session tonight is in honor of the Tournament o~ Roses, the daddy of all the Bowl Games, but in this second ~ound werre going to salute the o~her Bowl Games that will be played all ove~ the land on New Yoar~ Da.7, For instanee~ E, L, Morvant says that the Sugar Bowl Game will be played (PLAY). The following song is the same nmme a~ one of the teams that will pa~tic£pa~s in ~he Sugar Bowl Game (PLAY), Yes alr, itlo VS Tulsa . ~I, ' ' .... II if --- -~°" ' ' ' -~=-- j ..... and the youn~ Menls Busina~s Club and people of New 0~leans have bought thoussnds of tickets to the game and given them to the ~ervlce Een so that Uncle Samas boys will be their guests. g, Po~ Bob Waterfield of U.C.L,A. weTre going to use some music and sound effects to point out s~s of the things and people youtll se~ in tb~ RoS~ Bowl G~e. Now from what you hear you should be able to tell u~ what and who they are, For instancet what part of the g~e is thig? (SOUND) Now listed and ~ell us whets running out onto the field, (PLAY) (,~ .... ~_. i I J ~ _ .......... ~i~ ~. Jl.-]-] i~ .... .. ' _ ~ I~) And of sourse no football game is complete wlthout a bottle oZ (SOUND...P0P GUN) and,~r hot (SOUND). ISH: Kayt what part of the game is th~s? ( ) KAY: I dontt hear anything, ISH.~ Tba~Is ~ime outJ . KAY: ~ ~ ~ _~.~2~ ~time out this week New Yearls Eve ~ playing for the b~ys at the Holl~wood Canteen, Then on ~aturday wsIll be at the canteen again. And mext Wednesday night the old college will be holding class for the boys of the Havy at Terminal Island, T~ne in and hear the boys in blue really come through| i
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--14- (EEV~ED) 12-30-42 8. Onc@ more iris tlm@ for ON visiting Deanj Pinto Colvig, This time Pinko has a hand full of dried mud in the shape of a small football° And instead of inflating the thing when he blows into it, he gUS~antees to get s~e music out of it. Pinko is going to play tb2ee tunes and we defy ~ou to tell us what they a~e. (PLAY PLAY PLAY) 6, On NSW Yearls Day in the St~ BOW1 down in El Paso --- the Second Air Fo~e clashes with Hardin-Simmons and Gle~ Dobbs of Tuls~ say~ fur will fly in the Cotton Bowl in Dallas that day when these two teams t~gle. And speaklr~ o~ ootton~ ~hi~h of these w~s an All-Ameri~an football player ,°° Cotto~ Mathe~w Uotto~ Gin; Cotton Warb~rtom or Cotten the a~t? (APPLAUSE) V SOUND= CLASS BElL
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80~Dt HIEST~NDI ~SERI KYSER: HI~TAt~t ~Q - 15 - (P.~zs~D/ ~/~o/42 ~C -15-
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LUCKY STRIKE "KAY EYSER" " 7 " Co~erclal #3 (PICK UP FROM PAdADENAt CALIF.) N~ chillun herels ~artin Block °o, (PICK UP FROM NEW YORK) BLOCK: 12/3o/~. Well, friends, t~nlght I have had the oppertunity of passing elong to you a swell idea about the purchase of Lucky Strike Cidarettes b~ the ~arton ~hat wes sent along to ~e b~ ~, Gerald Gree~weld of Miami Bea~h~ Fio~ide~ oar good friend, Speed Rigge has a few interesting thoughts for Us on why hem as a tobacco expert~ prefers Lu~kieeo And I hive had the opportunSty of expr~sslng my ~ees~nB for smoking Lucky ~trikess t~e cigarette that meAna flne tobmoc@~ Thi~ evening wo~Id~rt be ~mplete with~t a ~ew words fr@~ the man wh~ from the very inception ~f ~h~ L~cky Strike progra~ has been telling B~II Ruys~ael~ °, ~ell fri~nde~ the f&~he ~re plain. In ~ ~i~rette ~t,s the toh~c~ that ~ou~t~ - ~d Lucky St~i~e means fi~._~e tob~ccoo At market ~£t~r m~ke~, ~he ~k~8 of L~oky strike c~nslate~tly s~lect ~nd buy the riper~ the ii~hter~ the r~ut~ally ~iId~r lea£~ No wo~e~ then that w~t~ independent expe~te~ a~cti~eers~ hayer$ a~d wa~eh~me~ - with me~ who k~ t~baeeo he~C ~ Itls¸ Lu~k~o~ 2 to I. S~ 8~Qly Itle worth Foyer while to smoke the smoke t~b~cc~ expe~te smoke - Lucky St~ike~ (PICK UP FRO~ PASAr~NAl CALIF.)
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12/30/h2 NOw, ohlllunj he~els Martin Blook, (SWITCHOVER TO NEW YORKoo,PICK UP C0~ERCIAL NO. 3) (approx 1,20) RUYSDAEL: 6~ 7. (RETURN CUE:) No wonder then that with independent experts - a~tlonee~ss buyers, ~d wareho~s~e~ . w&th men who know tobacco best itTs L~okies two to one, So surely itls worth your while to smoke the smoke tobacco experts smoke~ Lucky strlkeq (SWITCHOVE~ TO PASADENA, CALIFORNIA) = I HAD TN~ CRAZIEST DREAM *.,,~oo.o.*KARRY (AUDIENCE APPLAUSE) ORCHESTRA REPRISE: KYSER MARCH -16-
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/ (REVISED) 12-~0-~2 ~OUNDt WHIBTLE -17- HIESTAND: Professor, the last half starting wLLIstlel KYS~R: And here come those t~o mentors o£ bone and grl~tlel KYSER: ~ Signals| Yet's go| HIESTAND : ooach? Right betel And nets the first winne~l Wher~ts the £~2mt star Hike| (ADD FINAL EXAM)
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(REVISED) 12-30-42 -18- 1. ~erols B~ Idoa - in to~i~htl~ final round woT~e ~oing to pPopose a few N~w Yearts resolutlons° ~Ick out the onos you llk~j t~y them from now un%~l the first of the year. If you do.It b~oak thomj make them ~o~ resol~tlons fo~ 1941. s&ys th&t next your o~ country is going to work even ha~do~ thsn before ~ ~ . show that good old Amorlean spirlt JUSt (PLAY) That tune is from what pietu~e~ Can you name tbmeo ohara~te~s from that plo~ure? "Z~° " ........ f__~ -.v ~- ~ ...... ~ *::." : "~- (PLAY) 2. At the suggestion of ~ I had planned to p~pound a few p~icoless pearls of wisdom but they ~ot kind o£ ~umbled up Sn tho shuffle - ~o seo if you can straighben them out, First, an apple a day weuld make ~ill~am Tell. He who hesi~ate~ pays the ~heok. And try thls J~g for ~ho next we~k -- Y~en yo~ get up on the v~ong sido of b~d i~ the mo~nin~ and start ba~klng &t evo~ybody~ ~et on to youmself and sa7 to yoursol£ (PLAY) -18-
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Z -19- (ZND REVISION) I~-30-4~ 3. Always beautiful to express b~t sometimes hard to do is this thought, [PLAy) Especially if she's s beautifml widow~ But even if yon donlt love Tern, itrs a swell ide~ as often as you can to yell next door and %rid_, ..... " ' ~ ] Talking about New YearIs Eeselutlons, a let of ~~esolve to do ~Itheut~hlngs this year. ~om the folfowlng tunes, eee ~f A yo~ ten pick out some of those items, ±9 ~ Fo~ inetanae~ UZGI S~m wants us to do a little ~onservlng on (PLAY) That's right, A~ (PLAY) And many r~0torists will be conserving on (PLAY)
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~- EIE~AND: KY~ER : ~I~STAND : KTSEH : HIESTA~D : HIESTAND : KYSER : 8, -2O- (REVISED) 12-~0-42 Professor~ Just eight seconds left in this titanic terrlfler- Get ~he gun, Dean, and be r~ady to flre' C ~ ~ ml ] .... Here it IS. Profess, Eeally? ~at kept you so long~ I was hitc~ hiklnsl FAN~ARE The ~[~'%e~ professor~ And it is 1 Congratulatlens, sir yculge WOn ~he first ~rize, a fifty dollar United States War Bond, with your tricky kickinI ~ honey runninl and ~classy passlni| Second man did his best in a close contest, So he gets the !~25. bond, The other four horsemen for making a fine appearanoe and ~unninI some sizzllnl interference each get ten dollars in stamps~ And then to all you gale and every man from the band stand to the grand stand for a flne brand of s~outlnt and a grand hand, a package of better than ever LUCKY 8TRI~ CIGARETTESI (AUDI"~NCE AFPAUSE) KYS~R THEI~ , , , • • , • , • • • , , • ."THINKING OF YOU~ -20-
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NIEST~ND: 12-30-42 KYSER: Well, chillun, thatI% th~ la~ o~@s~ se~ion for this ye~ An~ II~ like t~ thank t'ns Pasade~e Rose'Bowl officislst tea cos~hes~ players snd famulty members of Geortls ~niversity s~d U.C.L.A. for th~ wonderful oooper~tlo~ an~ oourtesles they extended us on our visit K,~--tonighto Next Wednesday night well1 be bsok wi~h the servlce boys ~g~In..~The Coast Guard and Navy ~B~ Ai: Terminal Island ~lao ~ud werre certainly looking forward go being with y~e fellows down there. And now, this is Kay Kyser thlnklnT of you° Th~nks a l~t for being wlth us ~4~o.. s~ longp everybody| (APPLAUSE) The famous tobsco@ auotio~eers heard ~n %onightrs program were Mr. F°E~ Boo~e of Lexi~gto~ Ken~uoky~ 8rid Mr. L;A~ (Speed) Rigts Of Goldsboro, North Carolina. This pro@~alc same to y~u from Passdens~ California ~nd New YorE, THIS IS THE NATIONAL BROADCASTING COMPANY. ~RODUCTION RECORD: "AS BROADCAST" - PRCGRAM ON PROGRAM OFF SWITCH0~ERS TO HEW YORK FOH C0~ERCI~LS CALIBRE OF CONTESTANTS SPECIAL C 0MIZEN TH a -tl-

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