Radio: Prize

In Washington, D.C., the Tail-Waggers' Club, a local society of animal lovers, has a TV giveaway show. Generally, the prizes have been animals. Last week the first prize was to be a pony. After scouting around, Tail-Waggers' President Marilyn Himes found a pony named Trigger down in Virginia. She trucked him to Washington and brought the beast right into station WMAL-TV's Commonwealth Building studios for dress rehearsal. Trigger turned out to be a very large, very old pony. In fact, he was almost as big as a horse. Moreover, he didn't like elevators....

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