Vol.2 No.38 Oct.2, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
To help keep up the interest in the Tigers (as if anymore could be stirred
up!), we have learned that Dan Henderson will be doing the Plymouth
commercials for the World Series on radio. Dan was selected from several
others in a competition for this work. Congratulations, Dan.
By the way, have you seen the full page ad KeeNeR is running regarding the
Tigers - the one you can clip out and send to a friend in St. Louis?
Four of our people have been in a sort of dream for a couple of days.
They're among the lucky recipients of Tiger World Series tickets. As of this
writing Ann Mitchell, Mary Keem, Harry Walker and Phil Nye will be enjoying
the games this weekend.
Mr. Patterson and Jack Davidson will be getting the jump on everyone for the
World Series as they are attending the first game today in St. Louis.
We're sorry to report we're losing J. Mike Wilson. He has accepted a
position with Station CHUM in Toronto and this is his last week with us.
October anniversaries of KeeNeRites: Russ Betz, October 19, 1949; Harry
Walker October 19, 1959; and your editor, October 23, 1961.
Announcement of the winner of the KeeNeR Dream Car has been delayed until
Friday in order to give as many people as possible a chance to get a card in
with the proper postmark.
If any of you go to see the movie "The Paper Lion," pay particular attention
to the spectators in the scene showing the game with St. Louis. John Small
says if you don't blink, you'll see him there as one of them.
Chuck Borchard is looking for recruits to play a touch football game with
the D. P. Brother Advertising Agency. Please contact him if you're
interested and get further details. Jack Davidson will be a coach if that's
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, October 6, 1968 is "Mobile Homes - the