Anita Bonita

The often imitated, never duplicated Daily Plan-It 
WHTZ, New York / Z-100 Morning Zoo
SHOW PREP SHEET for: The Six-Hour Super Bowl Satellite Spectacular
Friday, January 23, 1987
(c) 1987 The Eclectic Company
Studio Lines:
     New York:    212-955-9090                   New Jersey:  201-480-9090
     Long Island: 516-832-9090                   Westchester: 914-237-9090
8:00 Mystery Oldie: (1) $100 gift certificate to any location of The Wiz,
     "for everything you need in audio/video, records, and tape. Nobody—but
     nobody—beats The Wiz!"
Office of the Day: Louie Jr, Vito, Laura, Richie, Mike, Beth, Annie,
     Gloria, and Johnny Credit at the Regional Credit & Service Departments
     at Johnson Controls, Inc. in Long Island City. They'll get five dozen
     donuts from Dunkin' Donuts, and a whole Z-100 prize package including
     Mr. Leonard buttons and Z-shirts.
The Zoo's Greatest Hits [Volume 2] is out, at a record store near you.
*Sutton & Edward on Third Avenue in the City  *Brothers Management in Fords
*Village Savings Bank in Port Chester  *George's TV & Appliance in Sayville
1987 is International Year of Shelter for the Homeless (as proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly), The Year of the Reader (as designated by the Library of Congress Center for the Book), We the People 200 Celebration Year (in honor of the 200th anniversary of the United States Constitution), and Pennsylvania and New Jersey's Bicentennial Year (having been the second and third states respectively to ratify the Constitution.
January is March of Dimes Birth Defects Prevention Month, National Hobby Month, National Soup Month, National Volunteer Blood Donor Month, Prune Breakfast Month, and United Way Centennial Month.
It's also Carnival Season, the time of merriment that lasts through Shrove Tuesday [a/k/a Mardi Gras], March 3, as a prelude to the abstemious days of Lent.
And it's the sixth day of Jaycee Week, National Pizza Week, and Worldwide Kiwanis Week.
Today is National Handwriting Day, to encourage more people to write clearly and legibly. Celebrated every year on John Hancock's birthday. You know, Shannon has terrible handwriting. His parents must have thought it would increase his chances of becoming a doctor <pa-rum-pum!>.
Today is One-Tooth Rhee Landing Day, honoring the Korean custom in which each government official wears four hats, symbolizing his contradictory and confusing alliances.
And it's National Activity Professionals Day, National Pie Day, and Spouse's Day.
7:00am: A free fitness running & walking program continues at Washington
     Square Park in the Village. The program continues every weekday
     morning through March 27.
10:00am: German sculptor Gerhard Wessels is scheduled to put the finishing
     touches on his 25-foot-replica [carved from ice] of the tall ship
     Peking, at South Street Seaport's Pier 16.
11:00am: The New York Post Office holds "consumer awareness ceremonies" in
     the lobby of the GPO at 33rd & 8th.
1:00pm: The 1987 Sportsmen's Expo continues at the Nassau Veterans Memorial
     Coliseum Exhibition Hall.
2:30pm: A nationwide student essay contest to honor the first anniversary
     of the "non-violent revolution" in the Philippines kicks off at PS 75
     [735 West End, at 96th].
3:00pm: The International Cat Show opens at the Garden.
4:30pm: Mrs. Brooke Astor hosts a "Benefactors' Tea" at the Seventh
     Regiment Armory to herald the official opening of the 1987 Winter
     Antiques Show.
8:00pm: Gerald Ford speaks at William Paterson College's Shea Center in
Special: The Road to Pasadena. The way it was. 8pm [Channel 5].
Movie: Come Back, Little Sheba. 8pm [Channel 11].
Series: Dallas. 9pm [Channel 2].
Series: Miami Vice. 9pm [Channel 4].
Series: Falcon Crest. 10pm [Channel 2].
Special: Pointer Sisters: Up All Nite. Yes, Bruno will be there. 10pm
     [Channel 4].
Jerry Kramer 51 /"Instant Replay"      Danny Federici 37 /E Street Band
Patrick Simmons 37 /Doobies            Bill Cunningham 37 /Box Tops
Robin Zander 35 /Cheap Trick           Reggie Calloway 32 /ex-Midnight Star
Rick Finch 33 /Sunshine Band           Earl Falconer 28 /UB40
Senator Frank Lautenberg 63 (D, NJ)    Jeanne Moreau 59 /actress
Anita Pointer 39 /sister               Chita Rivera 54
Gil Gerard 44                          Princess Caroline of Monaco 30
Randolph Scott 84                      Timo Blomqvist 26 /NY Islanders
Rutger Hauer 43 /actor                 Randy Boyd 25 /NY Islanders
Potter Stewart--1915 /Supreme Court    Stendhal--1783 /French author
John Hancock--1737 /Born in Braintree, Massachusetts, his signature is the first and largest on the Declaration of Independence.
Joseph Hewes--1730 /Another signer of the Declaration of Independence, born in Kingston, New Jersey.
Saturday, 1/24:                        Sunday, 1/25:
Neil Diamond 46                        Anita Baker 29
Mark Goodson 72 /TV producer           Tim Mooney 25 /NY Jets
Doug Kershaw 51 /"the Ragin' Cajun"    Haini Wolfgramm 18 /the Jets
Mike Chapman 39 /producer              Edwin Newman 68 /linguistic newsman
Warren Zevon 40                        Dean Jones 56 /actor
Jools Holland 29 /Squeeze              Elizabeth Allen 53 /actress
John Belushi--1949                     Leigh Taylor-Young 43 /actress
Mary Lou Retton 19                     Edmund Sylvers 30 /the Sylvers
Nastassja Kinski 26                    Michael Cotten 37 /the Tubes
Matthew Wilder 34 /"Break My Stride"   Gary Tibbs 29 /Roxy Music
Michael Ontkean 41                     Sleepy John Estes--1903 /blooz
Ray Stevens 46                         Ronnie Brandon 41 /the McCoys
Ernest Borgnine 70                     Robert Burns--1759 /"Auld Lang Syne"
Oral Roberts 69                        Virginia Woolf--1882 /English author
1789--Georgetown College was established, becoming America's first Catholic
1845--Congress decided that all national elections would be held on the
     first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
1849--Bristol, England native Dr Elizabeth Blackwell became the first
     official female physician in America, upon receiving her MD degree
     from the Medical Institution of Geneva, New York.
1890--The Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad announced an average
     speed of 78 miles per hour between Chicago and Colorado.
1916--Browning, Montana set a record for a 24-hour temperature variation,
     dropping exactly 100 degrees. It was 44 degrees on the 23rd, and the
     next day dropped to -56.
1920--The Dutch government refused demands from the victorious Allied
     Forces to hand over the ex-Kaiser of Germany.
1932--New York Governor Franklin Roosevelt announced his candidacy for the
     Democratic Presidential Nomination.
1937--A story in Literary Digest stated that Edgar Bergen had executed a
     will listing Charlie McCarthy as the beneficiary of a $10,000 trust
     fund. Mr. Bergen's purpose was to keep Charlie in "good and
     serviceable condition."
1943--Famed critic Alexander Woolcott collapsed, suffering a fatal heart
     attack, at a radio station (CBS) in NYC. He was famous for one-liners
     such as "He became mellow before he became ripe" and "All the things
     I really like to do are either immoral, illegal, or fattening."
1950--The Israeli parliament [the Knesset] proclaimed Jerusalem the capital
     of the Jewish state.
1954--NYC radio station WNBC [that's right, W-NNNNNN-B-C] announced its
     plans to abandon its "longhair all-night record show in favor of a new
     pop platter program," putting it in direct competition with the
     Apple's pre-eminent pop station, WNEW.
1957--On tour in Australia, Bill Haley and the Comets attended the world
     premiere of Don't Knock the Rock—in which Haley and his band had made
     cameo appearances.
1964--The 24th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified, eliminating the
     poll tax in Federal Elections.
1964--After completing their first US tour, the Rolling Stones flew back to
     the UK.
1968--The USS Pueblo became the first American naval vessel to surrender
     during peacetime without a fight. While cruising the waters of North
     Korea, the American surveillance ship was surrounded by three torpedo
     boats and two submarine chasers. The Pueblo quietly surrendered and
     was escorted to Wonsan, North Korea. One crew member was killed, and
     ship's captain Lloyd Bucher and 82 other crew members were held
     captive for nearly a year.
1970--Judy Collins was denied permission by the court to sing as part of
     her testimony at the trial of the Chicago Seven; others denied the
     same privilege were Pete Seeger, Phil Ochs, Arlo Guthrie, and Country
     Joe McDonald.
1972--Jazz/blues singer "Big Maybelle" Smith died at age 47 in Cleveland.
     One of her several million-sellers was "Ain't Nothin' But A Hound
1973--President Richard Nixon announced that an accord had been reached to
     end the Vietnam War.
1973--WMMR-FM/Philadelphia celebrated the cease-fire in Vietnam by
     broadcasting the ringing of bells at 7 am for twelve minutes--one
     minute for each year of the "police action."
1973--Neil Young interrupted a concert in New York City to read a message
     handed to him. "Peace has come," he announced to the audience, sending
     them into a ten-minute fit of hugs and kisses before he and the Stray
     Gators launched into a powerful rendition of "Southern Man."
1975--Ralph Kiner was voted into Baseball's Hall of Fame--with one vote
     over the minimum in his final year of eligibility.
1977--Roots premiered on ABC-TV, running for eight consecutive evenings and
     making the mini-series what it is today.
1978--Chicago guitarist/vocalist Terry Kath died after accidentally
     shooting himself in the head with a pistol he reportedly hadn't known
     was loaded. He was 32.
1980--Topless dancers were banned from US Army clubs worldwide.
1984--New York's Country WKHK became WLTW, Lite-FM.
1984--The Z-Morning Zoo appeared for the first time on ABC-TV's Good
     Morning America. Ross showed his true colors, establishing himself
     firmly as a Malrite Man to the core.
1985--Philippine Armed Forces Chief of Staff Fabian Ver and 25 other men
     were formally charged in connection with the 1983 assassination of
     opposition leader Benigno "Ninoy" Aquino. All 26 were acquitted by a
     three-judge panel in December, 1985.
1986--Pentagon sources said the US had ordered its two aircraft battle
     groups in the Mediterranean Sea southward toward Libya in "a show of
1986--The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame held its first induction dinner in New
     York City.
 I: 15 January 1967--Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 10
 "I'm A Believer" [The Monkees] :05/2:43/fade
 II: 14 January 1968--Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14
 "Judy in Disguise (With Glasses)" [John Fred & His Playboy Band]
 III: 12 January 1969--New York Jets 16, Baltimore Colts 7
 "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" [Marvin Gaye] :18/3:10/fade
 IV: 11 January 1970--Kansas City Chiefs 23, Minnesota Vikings 7
 "Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head" [B.J. Thomas]
 V: 17 January 1971--Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas Cowboys 13
 "Knock Three Times" [Dawn]
 VI: 16 January 1972--Dallas Cowboys 24, Miami Dolphins 3
 "American Pie" [Don McLean]
 VII: 14 January 1973--Miami Dolphins 14, Washington Redskins 7
 "You're So Vain" [Carly Simon] :02 or :18/4:15/fade
VIII: 13 January 1974--Miami Dolphins 24, Minnesota Vikings 7
 "Show and Tell" [Al Wilson] :23/2:28/fade
 IX: 12 January 1975--Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Minnesota Vikings 6
 "Mandy" [Barry Manilow]
 X: 18 January 1976--Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas Cowboys 17
 "Mahogany (Do You Know Where You're Going to) [Diana Ross] :15/3:20/cold
 XI: 09 January 1977--Oakland Raiders 32, Minnesota Vikings 14
 "You Make Me Feel Like Dancing" [Leo Sayer] :05/2:47/fade
 XII: 15 January 1978--Dallas Cowboys 27, Denver Broncos 10
 "Baby Come Back" [Player] :12 or :25/3:27/fade
XIII: 21 January 1979--Pittsburgh Steelers 35, Dallas Cowboys 31
 "Le Freak" [Chic] :00/3:27/fade
 XIV: 20 January 1980--Pittsburgh Steelers 31, Los Angeles Rams 19
 "Rock With You" [Michael Jackson] :20/3:18/fade
 XV: 25 January 1981--Oakland Raiders 27, Philadelphia Eagles 10
 "The Tide Is High" [Blondie] #351 :11 or :29/4:24/fade
 XVI: 24 January 1982--San Francisco 49ers 26, Cincinnati Bengals 21
 "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" [Daryl Hall & John Oates]
       #322 :09 or :26/3:40/fade
XVII: 30 January 1983--Washington Redskins 27, Miami Dolphins 17
 "Down Under" [Men at Work] #143 :02 or :11/3:15/fade
XVIII:22 January 1984--Los Angeles Raiders 38, Washington Redskins 9
 "Owner of a Lonely Heart" [Yes] :24/4:22/fade
 XIX: 20 January 1985--San Francisco 49ers 38, Miami Dolphins 16
 "Like A Virgin" [Madonna] #408 :07/3:35/fade
 XX: 26 January 1986--Chicago Bears 46, New England Patriots 10
 "That's What Friends Are For" [Dionne & Friends] #417 :15/4:08/fade
 XXI: 25 January 1987--New York Giants vs Denver Broncos at Pasadena
 "At This Moment" [Billy Vera & the Beaters] #239 :08/3:20/cold
<< TRIVIA: >>
(Category--BEHIND THE HITS) Who was Donna Ludwig? Answer-> Ritchie Valens'
     high school sweetheart, for whom he wrote his smash "Donna."
(Category--ACTORS) Which actor in a currently hot TV series started out as
     the lead singer of Eddie James & The Pacific Ocean? Answer-> Edward
     James Olmos of Miami Vice.
(Category--FIRSTS) Which state was the first to require licensing of motor
     vehicles? Answer-> New York State.
(Category--INVENTIONS) Which common tool was invented by a London
     blacksmith named Charles Moncke? Answer-> The monkey wrench.
(Category--STATES) Which is the only one of the United States with a
     one-syllable name? Answer-> Maine.
(Category--STATES) In which state is every citizen required to take a bath
     once a year? Answer-> Kentucky.
(Category--STATES) In which state is a citizen forbidden by law to give
     another citizen a box of candy weighing in excess of 50 pounds?
     Answer-> Idaho.
(Category--MUSICIANS) Who played Radio City using a ladder as his only
     stage prop? Answer-> John Cougar Mellencamp.
(Category--MANUFACTURING) A factory in Mattoon, Illinois--owned by Kraft,
     Inc.--is the world's largest of its kind. What is manufactured there?
     Answer-> Bagels! [Lender's frozen bagels, to be precise.]
(Category--DESSERT) Which Roman emperor is credited with inventing ice
     cream? Answer-> Nero, of all people. He probably slurped it while Rome
(Category--SPORTS) Who is Vinko Bogataj? Answer-> He's the Yugoslavian ski
     jumper who falls every week during the "Agony of Defeat" section of
     the Wide World of Sports opener.
(Category--SONGS) What song was inspired by a young woman named Helo
     Pinheiro? Answer-> "The Girl from Ipanema."
(Category--BIBLE) From which book of the Bible did the hit "Turn! Turn!
     Turn!" take its lyrics? Answer-> The book of Ecclesiastes.
You've been listening to the "Super Bowl Satellite Spectacular" Portion of the Z-100 Morning Zoo, starring Shannon and the Murph, and produced by JR Nelson.
Also appearing in Cameo roles, the Z-100 Not Ready For Drive Time Players: Jonathan B Bell, Claire Stevens, Captain Kevin, Cathy D, Greg the Hammer, Mojo Mary, and Anita Bonita.
Promotional Consideration paid by Quality Limousine Service, the home of the new 40-foot limo and the official limo service of the Z-Morning Zoo. Call 201-227-8613. And by the nice people at Brewmaster Coffee Service, caffeine distributor for the Z Morning Zoo. Call 201-833-9300. The official newspaper of the Z-Morning Zoo is USA TODAY.
On behalf of the staff and management, this is Your Announcer reminding you, "GO GIANTS!!!"
<< WEATHER: >>
Today: Cloudy and windy with a chance of a few afternoon flurries. High: 32.
Tonight: Partial clearing, much colder and windier. Low: 10.
Tomorrow: Mostly sunny and bitterly cold. High: 15.
 Currently: 27 on the Z Morning Zoo.
<< SPORTS: >>
  Hockey:     New Jersey Devils 7      Calgary Flames 5
  Basketball: No local action.
  Hockey:     New York Rangers         Edmonton Oilers
  Basketball: New York Knicks          Houston Rockets
              Seattle SuperSonics      New Jersey Nets

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