Game 1: William J. Donovan - "Sells Pistols for Ladies (in Gay Colors)" (salaried; he designed this gun for his employer, the High Standard Manufacturing Company in Hamden, Connecticut; the small handgun comes in three colors: pink, turquoise and gold; John described the gun as "a sleek compact revolver with quick draw, non-snag sight and hammer, and a round butt grip" which "comes in a richly finished mahogany case"; from Hamden, CT; he won $50 by stumping the panel)
Game 2: Mrs. Ruby Lyons - "Washes Cards For Gambling Casino" (salaried; elderly; she works at the Desert Inn Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada; she won $50 by stumping the panel)
Game 3: Julius LaRosa (1/2/1930 - 5/12/2016) (as Mystery Guest) Arlene Francis guessed his identity at $5 down.
Game 4: Mrs. Mary Pettigrew - "Draft Board Clerk" (salaried; she won $50 when her game ran out of time at 5 down; from Concord, NC)
Game 1: Lew Hoad (aka Lewis Hoad) (11/23/1934 - 7/3/1994) - "World Champion Tennis Player" (salaried; the panel is blindfolded and the regular questioning format is used; he played Forest Hills today; he turned professional last week and has won the Wimbledon twice)
Game 2: Mrs. Ruth Stewart - "Bail Bondsman (Puts Up Bail For People in Jail)" (salaried; attractive; from St. Louis, MO)
Game 3: Anthony Franciosa (10/25/1928 - 1/19/2006) & Shelley Winters (8/18/1920 - 1/14/2006) (as Mystery Guest Duo) They signed in as "Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Franciosa" - They were married from 1957 to 1960.
Game 4: Mrs. Bunny Yeager (3/13/1929 - 5/25/2014) - "'Cheesecake' Photographer" (self-employed; she has written a book; she is very tall and has blond hair; she took the famous Bette Page - aka Bettie Page - pictures; she has been a photographer for four years, and before that, she was a model; from Miami, FL)
Game 1: Miss F. E. Willis (aka Frances Willis)(5/20/1899 - 7/20/1983) - "United States Ambassador To Norway" (salaried; she is a Vassar graduate and has been employed by the government for nearly 30 years; from Redlands, CA)
Game 2: Marshall Bedol & Alan Bedol (fraternal twins) - "Make Bar Stools" (self-employed; they own MarshAllan Industries in Cleveland, Ohio)
Game 3: Eddie Cantor (1/31/1892 - 10/10/1964) & Marilyn Cantor (9/16/1921 - 9/17/2010) (as Mystery Guest Duo)
Game 1: J. E. Ragen (Joseph E. Ragen)(11/22/1986 - 9/22/1971) - "Warden of Joliet Prison, Joliet, Illinois" (salaried; a 1957 book written by Gladys A. Erickson titled "Warden Ragen of Joliet" has been published; he donated his game winnings to Boys Club and the Salvation Army; from Plainfield, IL)
Game 2: Joseph Genova - "Sells Hangover Remedy" (salaried; he works for the Lansdale Pharmaceutical Company and sells a product called KL8; from Kansas City, MO)
Game 3: Mickey Rooney (9/23/1920 - 4/6/2014) (as Mystery Guest) He signed in as "Joe Yule, Jr." which is his birth name.
Game 1: Miss Mary Lou Milligan (6/1/1911 - 7/30/2012) - "Head of Women's Army Corps, Col. Mary Milligan" (salaried; before she joined the WACS during WWII, she was a school principal; from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) NOTE: Mary Lou Milligan will make a future appearance on EPISODE #606 of March 25, 1962 under the name Mary M. Rasmuson. Game 2: C. O. Jacobs (Clarence Ollie Jacobs) - "Human Cannonball" (self-employed; he appeared to be at least age 60; from Jackson, Michigan) Game 3: Tab Hunter (b. 7/11/1931) (as Mystery Guest) Game 4: Mrs. Gladys Heindel - "Packs Chewing Tobacco" (salaried; from York, Pennsylvania) . .moreless
Game 1: The Harlem Globetrotters - "Harlem Globetrotters Basketball Team" (as Mystery Guest Team and the panel was blindfolded, but the regular questioning format was used; salaried; 12 members of the team appear - names below; member Leon Hillard demonstrates some fancy dribbling on stage and spins the ball on his finger; John mentions that they won earlier today and the score was 75-53)
Clarence Wilson (8/20/1926 - 9/18/1996), spokesman
George "Meadowlark" Lemon (4/25/1933 - 12/27/2015)
Charlie Hoxie (b. 3/11/1932)
Roman Turmon (3/14/1933 - 6/8/2001)
Andy Johnson (b. 11/8/1932)
Woodrow "Woody" Sauldsberry (7/11/1935 - 9/3/2007)
Carl Green (b. 1933)
Leon Hillard (12/30/1931 - 3/14/1977)
Willie Gardner (10/30/1933 - 9/28/2000)
William "Pop" Gates (8/30/1917 - 12/1/1999) (Coach)
Parnell Woods (2/6/1912 - 7/23/1977) (Business Manager)
Game 2: Miss Kathryn Ann Mautz (b. 1/27/1930) - "Judge" (salaried; at age 24 she was elected to a two-year term; John said she handles traffic cases and was reputedly the youngest judge in the country; from Spokane, Washington)
Game 3: Bert Lahr (8/13/1895 - 12/4/1967) (as Mystery Guest #2) His son Johnny is in the audience tonight. We learn that Johnny attended school with Bennett's son and also at one time danced with Dorothy's daughter Jill Kollmar.
Game 4: Walter Grancher - "Sells Used Warships for U.S. Navy (Battleships, Destroyers, Etc.)" (salaried; he is a civil service employee; he sells only obsolete ships; from New York, NY)
Game 1: Salvatore Amato - "Gondolier" (salaried; from Portogruaro, Italy, which is "just outside of Venice, Italy")
Game 2: Albert L. White, Jr. - "Vaccinates Chickens" (self-employed; from Forest Grove, New Jersey)
Game 3: Steve Allen (12/26/1921 - 10/30/2000) & Jayne Meadows (9/27/1920 - 4/26/2015) (as Mystery Guest Duo) They sign in as "Jayne and Steve Allen" and donate their winnings to the Foster Parents' Plan For War Children.
Game 4: Miss Brenda Feldman - "Pawnbroker" (salaried; from Boston, MA)
Game 1: Frank Gifford (8/16/1930 - 8/9/2015) - "Halfback on N. Y. Giants Football Team" (he signed in as F. Newton Gifford and the panel was not blindfolded; the regular questioning format was used; salaried; he was involved in 4 touchdowns today; John said he was named All-American with USC in 1952; from Bakersfield, California)
Game 2: Mrs. Maxine Rosen - "Sells Mistletoe" (salaried; from Detroit, Michigan)
Game 3: Milton Berle (7/12/1908 - 3/27/2002) (as Mystery Guest)
Game 4: Mrs. Florence H. Poole - "Dog Catcher" (salaried; from Chatham, Ontario, Canada)