Game 1: Arthur Mercante - "Beer Salesman" (salaried; he works for The Rheingold Brewery which elects an annual "Miss Rheingold" for use in their newspaper, magazine, billboard and TV advertisements; in addition, last Monday, Mercante referred the Patterson vs. Johansson fight; he is also a Golden Gloves boxing coach and referee, and was a Golden Gloves finalist in 1938; from Queens, NY)
Game 2: Mr. O.T. Gillett - "Cowboy" (salaried; age 83; John said that he rides fence and partakes in round-ups; in addition, Mr. Gillett has a radio program and is known as The Cowboy Philosopher; from Flagstaff, Arizona)
Game 3: Elaine May (b. 4/21/1932) & Mike Nichols (11/6/1931 - 11/20/2014) (as Mystery Guest Duo)
Game 4: Mitch Shapiro - "Puts Sticks in Popsicles" (salaried; he works for the Dunkirk Ice Cream Company and makes 55,000 popsicles per day; from Dunkirk, NY)
Game 1: Miss Mary Ann Messieck - "Justice of the Peace" (salaried; she is an elected official of Independence Township; she also writes for and runs a small community newspaper; she also runs a country store; from Mountain Home, Arkansas)
Game 2: Charles T. Reece - "Inspects Atlas Missiles" (salaried; he works for General Dynamics Corporation; John said that he was also a 1952 Helsinki, Finland Olympic weight lifting team member, but John did not state his weight he is also a published poet and a former actor; born in Knoxville, Tennessee; currently from Eau Gallie, Florida)
Game 3: Jane Wyman (1/5/1917 - 9/10/2007) (as Mystery Guest)
Game 4: John W. Mullhan - "Sells Hay" (self-employed; from his office on 42nd street, he sells 500 tons of hay each week to local racetracks in New York state; Bennett told him that he resembles Harry Truman; from The Bronx, NY) . .
Game 1: Alex Pompez (5/3/1885 - 3/14/1974) - "Baseball Scout (S.F. Giants)" (salaried; after his game, Pompez stated that he had discovered baseball players Monte Irvin, Hank Thompson, Willie McCovey and Orlando Cepeda; from Woodside, Long Island, NY)
Game 2: Mrs. Emma Stachewicz - "Breaks Eggs (10,000 Per Day)" (salaried; she breaks eggs for the Standard Produce Company, for use in cakes and other products; it was not mentioned, but it is possible that the eggs are dried and powdered for commercial use in cake mixes; from Milwaukee, Wisconsin)
Game 3: Jonathan Winters (11/11/1925 - 4/11/2013) (as Mystery Guest)
Game 1: Mr. I. W. Hardin aka Wayne Hardin (b. 3/23/1926) - "Head Football Coach for U.S. Naval Academy" (salaried; 32 years old; born in Arkansas, currently living in California; John awarded the win to the panel just as he was flipping the final card over at $45 down)
Game 2: Miss Dorothy M. Fraser - "Sells Submachine Guns, Pistols, Rifles & Shotguns" (salaried; she is the Sales Manager for Harrington and Richardson, Inc., which John described as being one of the country's oldest gun companies; from Worcester, Massachusetts; after Dorothy Kilgallen unilaterally discovered the guest's product, Martin Gabel guessed her exact line at $20 down)
Game 3: Esther Williams (8/8/1921 - 6/6/2013) (as Mystery Guest) Bennett Cerf guessed her identity at $20 down.