Shep has had trouble with rings throughout his life. The Little Orphan Annie decoder ring is most notable, but in this program from March 4, 1966; he tells us about an even more tragic story involving the day he got his high school class ring.
Shep notices there's a difference between certain kinds of establishments in the Midwest as opposed to those on the East Coast. In this program from February 18, 1965; he notes drive-ins are totally difference concepts in the two areas.
PETA members beware! In this program from February 11, 1966; Shep describes the time a co-worker in Cincinnati took him across the river to a cock fight. Also, Shep reads one of his favorite fables from fellow Hoosier (or Boilermaker) George Ade.