Radio stars (Sept 1933)

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RADIO STARS INTIMATE SHOTS (Below) Phil Regan, Little Jack Little and that boy who's so good at the piano, Eddie Duchin. (Right) Colonel Louis McHenry Howe, Secretary to Presi- dent Roosevelt—at the left—being interviewed by Walter Trumbull to,- the NBC network. rulver Service Wide Worl.l (Left) The hero of the Showboot caught after o strenuous game of tennis. In other words, the young girl's dream—Lanny Ross. (Above) Nino Martini, the guy who crashed opera through his radio fame, all set for a canter through the Park Little Jack Little, Nino Martini, Lanny Ross—caught by the intimate camera 2>