Laraine Day joins regulars Dorothy Kilgallen, Fred Allen, and Bennett Cerf, in the absence of Arlene Francis. The panel is fooled in that the first contestant signs in with a variation of his real name, so as not to divulge his identity. Bennett Cerf divines that he is a governor and Laraine Day nearly called the state where he governs, but it was Bennett Cerf who won the round by naming South Dakota as Governor Foss's bailiwick. There's a discussion about recent nuclear testing that transpired in Nevada and many governors, and other politicos were present. Miss Kilgallen reminds everyone that Governor Foss is the recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor. The following contestant is a New York City woman, Mrs. Margaret Oldham, chorus girl dresser at Manhattan's famous Latin Quarter nightclub. Dorothy Kilgallen wins this round in as much as she identified what Mrs. Oldham does and John Daly generously flips the cards over and discloses the popular venue. Mystery celebrity guest is... Written by
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Guest panelist Laraine Day sat in for Arlene Francis, who was in Paris. See more