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1. Radio Digest Mar 1928 - Oct 1929

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... —and he's on the job day after day. Mr. Ross was born here in Portland and his reminiscences are a constant source of inter- est to the personnel of the sta- tion. Of course there was no Radio in those early days, but further ...

2. Radio Digest Nov 1930 - Apr 1931

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... . Now out in the extreme west, KFWB and KGER seem to join hands in fraternal allegiance of some sort and pool their scintillating and dazzling array of pulchritude. KGER, located in Long Beach, and KFWB, out in Hollywood, have an interchange of talent by which the beach station sends three or four programs a day to Hollywood over remote lines ...

3. Radio Digest May - Oct 1930

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... : Well, Doris, spring is here! Doris: How do you make that out? Jerry: I've seen several men go into pawn shops with racoon coats, and come out with golf bags and clubs. (Aline Berry and Peter Dixon in the Cub Reporter, weekly NBC program.) Such a Business ...

4. Radio Digest May - Oct 1930

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... : The Sunset Harmony Boys, guitar trio, and Miss Doris Dolan, staff pian- ist, below. McCree Sisters, KFKB. * individual listeners, was "out of the money" and registers in seventh position in the order of ballots cast ...

5. Radio Digest 1925-1926

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... ; Elisa Madsen, violinist; Frona Simon Sousa, soprano; Arthur C. Toft, tenor; Sons of St. George male chorus; Edna Linkoivski, pianist; Athens Athletic club; Cremona trio; Laura Broderick, soprano; Doris Olsen, pianist ...

6. Radio Digest Mar 1928 - Oct 1929

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... ." Living conditions in Breslau became more and more precarious until one day a letter came offering the elder Dam- rosch the leadership of an orchestra in New York. He accepted the offer and found America the real land of oppor- tunity ...

7. Radio Digest May - Oct 1930

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... . And the young lady who assisted in making the distribution of this feature on the air- waves possible was Doris Lord. Anticipating your many questions regarding this new art now making its bow to a startled public, I will try to give you my honest opinion of television as it exists today. Is it practical? Yes ...

8. Radio Digest 1929-1930

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... 65 On Getting Acquainted of Gawja Voice By Doris Campbell THE soft, likable drawl of the south- ern voices seems to hold a peculiar fascination for most of us northerners, and if he is to be heard often—and it seems like' 1 ' that he is ...

9. Radio Digest Oct 1923 - Jul 1924

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... ; 7:45-8:00, Boot review by Doris Hyde; 8:00-10*0, Radio play by the Walter Oreenough Players; 10:10 p. m.. Dance music, How- ard Lanin's Arcadia Cafe Dance Orchestra; Special, Morning Glory Club" features ...

10. Radio Digest May 1931 - May 1932

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... ? When he some day ap- pears in television I expect we will be able to see his organ grinder as well. You steadfastly refuse to give space to one who deserves it most of all. One who did not receive his great success through cheap publicity and silly women, but through a superior understanding of the public's likes ...