AMBUSH AT THE GAP
These generation gaps reveal themselves in unanticipated ways. A man in New Jersey entertaining his 10-year-old grandson noticed the boy seemed bored with the TV show they happened to be watching. Remembering what it was like to be a boy, the grandfather asked if the youngster would rather watch cowboys and Indians. Eagerly, the boy said he sure would, and the grandfather switched the dial around until the inevitable chase through a gulch appeared on the screen. Gramps sat back, satisfied, but an unhappy frown appeared on the boy's forehead. "Gee," he muttered, "I thought you meant a football game."