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The Easter Bunny helps the Good Guys answer the Dial-A-Good-Guy Line.

A student wins $15.80 for submitting the most green things for St. Patrick's Day.



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Washington, D.C. ---- WPGC Good Guys Radio has inaugurated a brand new telephone service for the young and young at heart. Through Easter Sunday, the WPGC Easter Bunny is answering the "Dial a Good Guy" telephone lines.

Anyone calling UNion 4-6600 hears a special message from the Easter Bunny and a list of the Good Guys top ten tunes of the week. The service is offered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The bunny also appears frequently on all Good Guys programs.

After Easter, the Dial-a-Good Guy lines will carry the voices of WPGC personalities Harv Moore, Bob Raleigh, Marv Brooks, Dean Griffith and Gentleman Jim with the top ten tunes plus the latest happenings in the popular music world.



A 16 year old Silver Spring, Maryland girl Shelley Krom of 9407 Saint Andrews Way, a student of Montgomery Blair High School won some St. Patrick green ($15.80) from the WPGC Good Guys 1580 March 17th by submitting 2166 "things that are green" in the station's St. Patrick Day's Name Things Green Contest. Four runners-up also received Good Guys sweatshirts.

An avalance of mail require station employees to burn the midnight oil to check the entries. Some of the Good Guys were counting till they themselves got green (around the gills).



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