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21. Radio Digest May - Oct 1930
... . He followed his professional debut by entering Butler University, with summer vacations still occupied by the Walker Com- pany, and the Carlton Guy Players. One day the Indiana Little Theatre called upon its leading talent for Radio drama ...
22. Radio Digest 1926-1928
23. Radio Digest 1926-1928
24. Radio Digest Oct 1923 - Jul 1924
25. Radio Digest Jul 1924 - Apr 1925
26. Radio Digest Jul 1924 - Apr 1925
27. Radio Digest Jul 1924 - Apr 1925
... ; 10:45-11, Harold Liebermann. violinist: 11-12, Meyer Davis' Lido Venice orchestra. WEAR. Cleveland, Ohio (389.4), 7-S p. m., Austin J. Wylle and his orchestra; 8-10, program, Ed Day and his Bedford Glens orchestra ...
28. Radio Digest Oct 1923 - Jul 1924
29. Radio Digest Mar 1928 - Oct 1929
... . Day, Collett, Violinist, KVOO. Day, Francis, Violinist, KVOO. Dawson, Stuart, Announcer, WIBO. Dayton, Eddie, Ukulele Soloist, WMAK. Dawley, Walter, Organist, WTIC. Deaderick, M. M., Baritone, WSUN. De Babary, Joska, Violinist, KYW ...
30. Radio Digest 1926-1928
... ; 9:45-10:30, D Reid. organist; 10:30-11:30. Arkansas Trav- eler Radio Train. KVOO Bristow. Okla. (374.8m-800kc) 1-2 p. m. Walter . -:an. Doris Kintner: 5-6, Gospel hour: 6-7. : 7-9. services; 12-1, Melody KYW Chicago ...