August 14, 1942: Garry Moore presented The Show Without a Name on NBC. It's aim was to tone down the morning show supremacy of Don McNeil's Breakfast Club on ABC and Arthur Godfrey on CBS. An award of $500 was offered to title the show, and the prize was won by someone giving the title Everything Goes . In the hopes of averting the continued popularity of the morning show Breakfast Club on ABC and other shows elsewhere, CBS put up a challenge by airing its own show during the same time slot. The program, which at first was titled The Show Without a Name offered $500 to anyone who could give a nice name to the new show, hosted by Garry Moore . After picking the winner, the show was later renamed Everything Goes .