THE MAN WHOSE NAME WOULDN'T FIT by Theodore Tyler

THE MAN WHOSE NAME WOULDN'T FIT

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Yet another confute-the-computer ploy in which Albert Duane Cartwright-Chickering, whose name is one hyphen too long for the new machine installation of his firm, is prematurely retired. However, via the fungusarium of his grandsons and some water pistols full of spore fluid, various computer and electromagnetic machines are sadly affected and this leads to some vaguely spore-tire but benign entertainment. Evaluate it as modestly jovial but program it where?

Pub Date: May 24th, 1968
Publisher: Doubleday