FW: FW: Calzone, Sausage Pizza (1947)

Dennis R. Preston preston at MSU.EDU
Tue Sep 25 18:38:07 UTC 2001

Tell me it's not so! I'm a wh/w distinguisher, and I always thought
it was Whiffleball.


>On Tue, 25 Sep 2001, Frank Abate wrote:
>>  Other famous products with a Connecticut connection include Wiffle Ball,
>>  invented and still made in Shelton, Silly Putty, invented by a CT scientist,
>>  and the space suits used by NASA, developed and made near Hartford by
>>  Hamilton Sundstrand (formerly Hamilton Standard).
>Also, Gilbert's Erector sets and chemistry sets were made in Connecticut
>by Yale pole-vault Olympic gold-medalist A. C. Gilbert.
>Fred Shapiro
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Dennis R. Preston
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