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Angol olvasásértés 2010.május/2

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A baker named William Russel Frisbie, of Warren, Connecticut, and later of Bridgeport, came up with a clever marketing idea back in the 1870s.

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There, sometime in the 1940s, Yale students began sailing the pie tins through the air and catching them.



On a promotional tour of college campuses, the president of Wham-O saw the pie-plate-tossing craze at Yale.


Of course the name was changed from Frisbie to Frisbee to avoid any legal problems.

A) This disk was produced by a company named Wham-O.
B) It was her grandmother’s secret recipe and she was very proud of it.
C) He put the family name on the bottom of the pans in which his company’s homemade pies were sold.
D) Mr. Frisbie’s pies were sold throughout Connecticut, including New Haven, where Yale University is located.
E) Later, in the 1950s, out in California, a flying-saucer enthusiast named Walter Frederick Morrison designed a saucer-like disk for playing catch.
F) And so the flying saucer from California was renamed after the pie plate from Connecticut.
G) The pans were reusable, but it was hoped that every time a housewife started to bake a pie in one, she would see the name Frisbie and, think, "How much easier to buy one than bake one".

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