100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

May 04, 1924 - Image 15

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1924-05-04

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
deed Not Worry_ Who Will Pay ForBroc

ans

F- As Good
il Creator
Fs Sufficient
s Note. This is the first 11:0(
ries of articles to be pre-
y Mr. Bailey exclusively for 5:0
.ly. He will take up other!
>f the development of radio 7;3

Headliners

What The Wild Waves Are Saying
Readers of The Daily may be inter- I Those of you who wanted the Michi-

I

--- Today In The Churches --

Programs
TODAY
0 a. im-7IYW Chicago,
ters: Churcfh service.
)0 p. m.-WWJ Detroit,
ters: Orchestra.
0 p. m.-W J TDetroit,
ters: Church services.
MONDAY
0 p. m.--WIJ Detroit,
chestra.

es
p
ar
or
in

sted to hear that the baseball results
ublished in the paper each, morning
re received by radio, generally. Once;
r twice the telegraph report beat us
a, but not often.

536 me-1
517 me-
517 mie-y
517: Or-

future

gan-Notre Dame score last Wednesday

3:0

is a

nent in radio
y for radio?
aviction that
of some kind
s are gradu-
ial depths of
attempts to4

4:30

7:00
8:00

nance stations. Radio magazines,
ager for something t'hat will not fail
o interest their readers, are taking
he situation seriously and giving alli
inds of alarming opinions and views
n the case. Insatiable legislators
re rushing about framing bills and
iving out statements to the press.1
hey are on the. wrong tack; there-
gill always be plenty of radio sta-1
ons maintained for the actual dollar-
nd-cents value they will have to their
wners.
Here is an excerpt from the Detroit
ree Press, a paper which owns a sta-
on in that city:
"Who will pAy for radio? That's a
aestion that is bothering some indi-
iduals, but why should the fans wor-
y about it. They are getting the en-
rtainment from hundreds of stations
>r nothing and, the future can take.
are of itself. You haven't heard a
ewspaper station asking for contribu-
ons nor have the big radio corpora-
ons passed the hat. Maybe a tax
'ill come some day, maybe there will
e no other means found to raise the
toney for paying the broadcaster. But
o long as WCX and hundreds of
thers are willing to hand over some-
aing for nothing in Heaven's name
and the laugh to the advertiser who
>und his sending station too expens-
ve and now stands in the corner like
he blind beggar asking for alms."
This gives a fair idea of the trutlh
s it is seen by most of the broad-
asters who will continue in the game
espite the "growing costs." They are
'etting advertising and good will in
ull value for their investment. There
re plenty of entertainers who will
lways be glad to give their services
t nominal fees for the publicity it
rings them. a

9:45
2:35"
5:00
9:30
10:00
4:15
7:30
8:00
1:00

P. m.-WLAQ Chicago, 4475.1
Musical.,
p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517:1
Scores and music. it
p. m.-1Gi Chicago, 370: Mu-
sic, popular and classical.
TUESDAY
a. m.-WWJ Detroit, 517: Mu-I
sical.
p. m.-KYW Chicago, 536: Stu-
dio program..
p. m.-WWJ Detroit, 517: Base-
ball scores.
p. m.-WMAjQ Chicago, 447.5:
Musical.
p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517: Red:
Apple 'club session.
WEDNESDAY
p. m.-WCXEDetroit, 517: Mu-
sical.
p. m.-WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:
.Northwestern school of music.!
p. n.--WGN Chicago, 370: Mu-
sical.
a. m.-WGN Chicago, 370: Mu-
sic and news for Donald B. Mac-j
Millan at the North pole.
THURSDAY
p. m.-WWJ Chicago, 517: Or-
chiestra.. ..
p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517: Mu-
sical.
p. m.-WGN Chicago, 370: Mu-
sical.
p. m.-WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:

Many of you, we hope, were on thes
air .a week ago tonight when Prof.
William Henderson, director of the'
University Extension division, spoke
on "A Better America Through the
Boy." Just as the speaker said "In,
closing. . ." we dashed over to the
station and got there just in time to
question him as to the use of radio
in University extension work. Profes-
sor Henderson said that he had been
studying the question but was not yetj
ready to give an opinion.
Alumni of the University of Michi-
gan will hold their annual banquet$
in the Hotel LaSalle, Chicago, Fridayl
night. At 8:30 o'clock, the Chicago
Daily News,. station WMAQ, will
I broadcast the special program whichl
is now being arranged for the celebra-
tion. WMAQ broadcasts at 447.5 me-
ters.

* * *
Detroit is one of the first cities
which has put radio to a practical
purpose. There have been many other
pseudo-practical purposes but this one
seems to be at last a genuine one.
Station KOP at police headquarters
can now communicate with branch,
stations throughout the city withoutI
the delay of telephoning through ex-'
changes and such. This was put to
a test the other day and because of the
immediacy of the method a police sta-
tion in a distant pat of the city was
able to head off a fleeing criminal.

and listened in at station WCBC to St. Andew's Episcopal
get it had a long wait but we hope, The preacher this morning in St.
everyone stayed until the end. The Andrew's church will be the Rev..
Daily announced the score at about l Harry P. Nichols, D.D., of New York.
8:30 o'clock but the details not until Ir. Nichols is the former.Rector of
20 minutes later. While the station Holy Trinity Church in New Yorki
was swamped with telephone calls City. He comes to Ann Arbor under
asking when the report was to be the Baldwin Lectureship Foundation.
transmitted, Western Union was ap- The Holy Communion service will be
parently making desperate efforts to 'held at S o'clock and the service at
get a line through to South Bend which Dr. Nichols is to speak at 11.
where the game was played.

Presbyterian Church
The sermon at the 10:30 o'clock
service in the Presbyterian church this
morning is to be delivered by the
new Pastor, Rev. Merle H. Anderson.
Prof. W. A. Frayer will address the
student class at the noon hour.

Efficient Church in the Modern World."
Bible school will be held at 9:30 and
at the same hour the Christian Men's
Service club will meet. There will be
a young people's service at 6:30
o'clock.
St. Paul's Lutheran Chlirch
German services will be held at 9:30
o'clock in St. Paul's Lutheran church
and the student Bible class will meet
at 10:30 o'clock. "A Synodical Thanks-
giving Service" will be the subject of
consideration at the 11-:30 o'clock ser-
vices in English. The student supper
at 5:30 o'clock will be followed by a
comic sketch by H. Schumacher and
G. ten Hoor.

I

First Methodist Church
"The Free Man's Religion" will beI
discussed at the 10:30 o'clock service
in the First Methodist church. Bible
classes will meet at noon in Wesley
hall and at ?4:30 o'clock a hospital
"sing" has been arranged under the
auspices of the Wesleyan Guild. Prof.
M. C. Wiercellist, will play at the

First Bpiat Church
Mr. Sayles wlll speak:on "The
ciple of Increase" a'tthe 10:30 o
rvic ini the First Baptist cit
Mr. Chapman has charge of the
dents' Sunday school classes at
From 5:30 until 6:30 o'clock ther
be a student Friendship hour i
Guild house. The Students' Devo
I meeting at 6:30 o'clock will be I
bMiss Winifred 13iethan.
Trinity ILutheran Church
"The Shepherd Lord" will bE
cussed at the 10:30 o'clock ser:
the Trinity Luth-eran church. The
day school classes will meet at
o'clock and the student Forun
be held in the Zion Parish hall a
o'clock.
Zion Lutheran Church
The sermon text at the 10:30 c
service in the Zion Lutheran c
will be "The Good Shepherd ar
Sheep." The Bible study hour v
held at 9 o'clock and at 4:30 o
the student forum will assemble
parish hall for an out-door mee

Bethlehem Evangelical Church
English services held at 10 o'clock
will be followed by services in Ger-
man at 11 o'clock. Sunday school andj
Bible classes will meet at 9 o'clock.

3:00
7:00
8:00
8:40

Orchestra.
9:20 p. ra.--KYW Chicago, 536: Mu-
sical.
FRIDAY
2:35 p. m.-'WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:
Concert.
7:00 p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517: Mu-
sical.
8:30 p. m.-WHAQ Chicago, 447.5:
University of Michigan -banquet

FANS TO HEAR NO MORE
KEITH ,CRCUIT ACTORSI
New York, May 3.-Entertain-
ment by "big-time" vaudeville stars
will cease to form a large part of
radio bills in the east following the
announcement of the B. F. Keith cir-
cult that a clause forbidding this
practice will be inserted in acting
contracts in the future..
This ruling applies to all acts
whether capable of being broadcasted!
'or not and will go into effect imme-
diately, it is understood.f
8:00 p. m.-WG Chicago, 370: Pop-
ular and classical concert.
9:00 p. m.-WMAQ Chicago 447.5:
ChicagoTheater revue.
110:15 p. m.-KYW Chicago, 536; Late
show.
(All' hours given here are Eastern
standard time.)
DAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON LITTLE INVESTMENT

-Open House in Wesley hall from 5:30
until 6:30 o'clock. Rev. Mr. Wester-
man will speak on the subject, "The,
First Mile," at the 7:30 o'clock evening
CHU GIIE- OB service.
Congregational Church
The acceptance of an offer to take "Emerson and Today" will be the
the office or chief engineer for th subject of Mr. Jump's sermon at 10:45
Lincoln 'Electric company, of Cleve- o'clock this morning. He will discuss
.land, was announced by E. E. Dreese some of the aspects of Emerson's fa-
of the electrical engineering depart- mous Phi Beta Kappa oration on "The
ment recently. Mr. Dreese will go to American Scholar" which was first de-
Cleveland to fill his. new position livered in 1837. The Student Fellow-
July 1. ship will meet for election of officers
at 3 o'clock and then adjourn for -a
Dlr. Dreese, as designer and di- canoe conference on the Huron river.
rector of Station WCBC, has been in Around the camp-fire Mr. Jump will
charge of the radio division of the scss "The Poets and Nature." The
electrical engineering department Motion Picture service at 7:30 o'clock
since its inception. He was respon- ; will introduce a feature film, "Forget
sible for the institution of the radio Me Not."
engineering course.now being oiered
yearly by the engineering school, and Unitarlan Church
the development with limited facili- "Nonsense About God" has been
ties of a highly economical and effi- chosen as the sermon subject for the
i cient radio broadcasting station. Ix:30 o'clock service in the Unitarian
Radio enthusiasts in this city be- church. The young people's party
lieve th'e University is sustaining a will leave the church at 4:30 o'clock1
great loss in the departure of Mr. for an outdoor supper and meeting.
Dreese, whose initiative and skill were
responsible for the only active radio Church of Christ Disciples
station in Ann Arbor. The engineer- Rev. J. A. Canby will conduct the
ing school, it is believed, will have 110:30 o'clock service in the Church of
great difficulty in replacing him. I Christ Disciples on the subject "An

J
'1
+i
£ 1
}IIIIi
y{
i

COLLEGE DAYS

FUTURE REMEMBRANCES

Have The Pictures Framed NOw

WENZEL

of

207 East Liberty Street

Phone

DRAPERIES

WINDOW SHADE

WALL PAPER, PAINTS, OILS

program,
10:16 p. m.--KYW Chicago, 536: Mid-
nigl-t revue.
SATURDAY
3:00 p. m.-WWJ Detroit, 517: Or-
chestra. '
7:00 p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517: Mu-
sical.

SHOW CARD COLORS
ARTISTS' SUPPLIES

Sophie Braslan
Photo by MishkIn

Harold Bauer
Photo by Alpeda

Earl V. Moore
Photo by Rentschler

Frederick Stock
Photo by Matzene

Dusollia Viannini
Photo by U'wood & U'wood

George Oscax 1owea
Photo by Repnochler

FESTI

mom
L

T

Alberto Salvi
Photo by Mishkin

Emmy Krueger
Photo by Ruf

PARTICIPANTS

FOUR DAYS OF GOOD MUSIC
SIX BRILLIANT CONCERTS

SONG BIRDS

Vicente Ballester
Photo by Alpeda

from many operas--Oratorio sing-
ers*-iolinist-Harpist-Pianist
-Organist.
TWO BIG CHORUSES
THE CHORAL UNION
and the
CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL
CHORUS
THE CHICAGO SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA

Two famous choral works will
be given for the first time in

Cesare Baromeo
Photo by White

MAY

21-22-23-24

Ame rica

LA PRIMAVERA

EARL V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTOR

by RESPIGHI

'.

"NEW" ARTISTS

CESARE BAROMEO

and

GIANNINI,

SALVI,

KRUEGER,

is the stage name of Chase Sykes, a prom-
inent "Michigan Man" who is filling a

SEADRIFPT

BALLESTER, LAMONT, LENT,
DADMUN, SCHIPA, will be heard

Forrest Lamont
Photo by Daugerre

CONDUCTORS
EARL' V. MOORE
GEORGE O. BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK

three year contract for
at the La Scala Opera.

leading roles

for the first time in Ann Arbor.

Royal D
Photo by U'wv

by DELIUS

The other artists have all been heard in Ann Arbor.

Good Course Tickets may still be secured at the School of Music in the $5.00 and $5.50 Sections,
"Festival Coupons" will still be accepted at $3.00 each for a short time. For tickets or booklet an-

1 1) - fV~ 11 I

m

Back to Top

© 2021 Regents of the University of Michigan