Guest panelist Peter Lawford joins regulars Dorothy Kilgallen, Arlene Francis and Bennett Cerf this evening. John Daly asks that the panel wear their blindfolds on the off chance they recognize the first guest - the world famous artist, Salvador Dali. Dali confounds the panel by answering, YES, to every question posed to him, with John Daly clarifying in all fairness to them, Mr. Daly flips over the cards just as Miss Kilgallen blurts out his name, The second contestant is Richard Evans, a Boston gentleman, and a bullfighter. After being somewhat addled by Mr. Dali, the panel chooses their questions and their wording very carefully, but Arlene Francis is successful in identifying Mr. Evans's occupation. Finally, the mystery guest tonight is Lillian Roth, nightclub singer, and subject of the 1955 film, "I'll Cry Tomorrow," portrayed by Susan Hayward. The panel is intrigued, but in the end, it is Bennett Cerf who guesses Miss Roth's identity correctly. Before John Daly and the panel say...