Radio: Coffee and Gags

A frustrated actor with a crew haircut and a name he paid $100 for has been added to the list of comedians who brighten the U.S. breakfast hours. The newcomer is Garry Moore, master of ceremonies of The Show Without a Name (NBC, Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m., E.W.T.). His program marks NBC's first attempt to pick up some of the audience which drinks its coffee with CBS's Arthur Godfrey from 6:30 to 7:45, Blue's Don McNeill from 9 to 10.

Garry Moore (Thomas Garrison Morfit) is a 27-year-old professional screwball, who once...

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