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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Viii Broadcast Olympic Results,Game From WCBC Satu

ILAN TO GIVE
SIMULTANEOUS
IRECT WIRES TO CARRY DETAILS
TO LISTENERS IN EVERY
PORT OF ,OUNTRY
NOTIFY ENTRANTS

Inegative side always goes to the grid conclude the Wuerth early week pro- served tea with a kick. Need]
W hat The W ild W aves A re Saying- return, while the positive side is: "gra "'y, her profits werrend
R adio s " nected to the negative of the "A"'. "Tea With a Kick" is the feature "Lovey Dovey," with the Dipp
LastWeThursday a new Chicago sta-hof the regenerative circuit. The Dis-Cbottery.iWhen moredtanoneeto e swhwn the latter part of the Dads, and Pathe News will CO
tion was opened-WQJ, whiph will be trict of Columbia Court of Appeals of amplification is used it is not nec- week. It is the story of a pretty girl, the program for the latter part
oprte .ythe Calumet Bing Pow- reetyaaddte roiyoeh ssary to use separate "C" batteries.I Doris May, who was forced to earn week.
operated by th met Bang Pw recently awarded the priority of thel, The Use of the ""Battery IheetheTwo,sprmore, gridrirnsomemon eywhyleasttTetdegschol.Arskto Mabel Normandeine"The
der Company and the Rainbo Gar- invention to Dr. Lee DeForest, in- There are several reasons for de- Hn the two, or more, negativet "A She started a tea room hl, Als aNornd in Tn
dens. No definite schedule has been ventor of the vacuum tube. and heeto, oamorsneativa"l rShestared atea ooe-hitethe! Girl" is announced for an
voting nsome time -in studying the battery connections are wired in par- teachers weren't oqking, and therein showing.
announced for it as yet. value and uses of a "C" battery. In allel.
a i a The largest and most powerful sta- [the first place, it means a saving in______
bids fair to bcome an additionsto tion in the Vworld will be radiocast the "B" battery current. But what CNEMA
the Engllsh language. The word is CKAC, now being built in Montreal. is more important, it is a great aid (m
the nglsh angage.Thewar isThe transmitting apparatus will be in accomplishing distortionless ampli-f (Continued from Page Twelve)
derivd from th two ords "Radio Tha tran ttiAll anatis Mak n. Thursday they will change their pro-
Broadcasting," and is used as either o" t A llTasedian___e__er-_.. gram. Oc e1nSa
a on ravr.-of rectification. The set will be oper-ga
a noon"or a verb.,,Marconi, and will employ three phases It is not necessary, nor is it even Ae"rth
ated by La Prsse and will be known sb t sy A remarkable ast led. by ElaneDinners
Next. Fridlay, Decoration Day, and;ae yL rseailwl ~ nw isalous C ateyfrHammerstein as Queen FTlavia" andI
edt Fdy, te anual Indayaolis as the French radio university. Ithe detector tube. The grid conden- I mewsCoy as Rue laa toayd
the; date of the annual Indianapolis'***sran rd akuu3yfuns u Lew Cody as Rupert appears today
speedway, Station WGN, Chicago, Will rt the Wuerth in the sequel to The
radiocast the results of the race from Who is the most popular announcer ficient bias, and the use of a "C" PrisonerTofhdRpt oe t-erT e taste tells the tale
the opening flag to the finish. WGN in the country? That is what thO battery would only tend toward cor- ."others taking leading ro He
g 0 zay. Othershoth, taking leadingmtig o ln t ibttry wuroony enstwareom
will go on the air at 10 o'clock in the "Radio Digest" is attempting to find I gmatters. Bert Lytell, Claire Windgor, Hobart eat at
Imorning. in their new contest. They will award Bosworth, Marjorie Daw, Bryant
* * * a trophy to the winning announcer In radio frequency amplificationWashburn, and others. Unlike most
We notice that Major Armstrong at the close of the contest next Sep- where fixed transformers are used, stories, the hero does t carry the
can no longer call himself the owner tember. "C" batteries are not advisable, es- title role, but leaves it to the villain,
pcally if a poteniometer is used portrayed by Lew Cody. Special mu-TL
Itoregulate the oscillations. On a sic by the Wuerth orcestra will be Tit ' S Lunch 041n
W:EDNE.SD.Y g : I neutrodyne, however, a "C" battery featured throughout the picture. y
7:0p.m-YWCiag,53:Dn-38Maynard t. oth of Maetc.
ner*program. may b used to advantage. Harry Langdon in " Please,
In connecting the "C" battery, the "Fun from the Press," ar the news
sa8:0program. Chicago, 370: Mu-_-....._....................
.sical pr ram

Arrangements are practically com-
pleted, it was announced last night,
for the broadcasting of simultaneous
results of the baseball game and 0-
lympic trials to take place Saturday!
afternoon on Ferry field. The trans-
mitting will be done by The Daily,
from station WCBC of the electrical'
engineering department.{
Beginning shortly after 2 o'clock
Saturday afternoon The Daily will
begin the program with the results of
the Olympic trials held the previous
afternoon. Following this direct wires
to Ferry field will carry simultaneous
reports on every detail of the Wis-
consin-Michigan game to the 'station
from which it will be immediately re-
layed to every part of the country.
Officials of the various organiza-,
tions having men entered in the Olym-+
pics here will be notified within thel
next two days of the broadcasting so
that they may pick up the first re-,
ports as sent out from WCBC.
Station WCBC has been forced to
suspend broadcasting during the past
wek and will probably not go on
the air again before the big program
Saturday. This will be the second;
detailed and simultaneous broadcast-
ing of a baseball game handled by
the University radio and The Daily.
Lewis Holland, grad., will be in
charge of the operation of the plant
Saturday.
It is in radio frequency amplifica-
tion that the "C" battery does the,
most good. Care should be taken to
get the correct voltage for the type;
of tube and voltage of "B" battery.
When using tubes of the type UV 201-'
A, C 3011A, UV199, or C 299, the fol-
lowing "C" battery voltages are cor-
rect. .5 to 1 volt for a 40-volt "B"
battery; 3 to 4.5 volts for 80 volts
of "B" battery; and 4.5 to 6 volts for
100 volts of "B" battery.
It's true c--iency to use Daily!
Classiefies---Adv.

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Programs
TODAY'
11:00 a. m-x YW Chicago 536 Meters:
Church Service.j
5:00 p. m.-WWJ Detroit, 517: Or-
chestra.-
5:00 p. m.-WIDAP Chicago, 360: Or-!
gan recital.
7:00 p. m.--WGN Chicago, 370: Mus-
ical program.
10:00 p. m.--WEAKF' New York, 492:
Music and other features.
MONDAY
4:15 p. m.--WCX Detroit, 517: Musi-
cal program.
5:00 p .m-WWJ Detroit, 517: Ear-
ly baseball scores.I
6:00 p. m.--WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:
Chicago theatre organ program.
8:00,p. m.-4VOC Davenport, 484:

6:30
1:00
2:35
4:15
6:30
7:00#
8:00
10:00
9:30
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p. m.-WiAQ tChicago, 447.5:
Ukranian chorus.
a. m.-WGN Chicago, 370:
North Pole concert.
THURSDAY
p. m.-KYW Chicago, 536: Mu-
sical program. r-
p. ni.-WCX Detroit, 517: Mu-
sical and early baseball scores.!
p. m.--WMAQ Chicago, 447.5;
Hotel La Salle archestra.
p. m.-WCX Detroit, 517: Musi-
cal program.
p. m.-WGN Chicago, 370: Pop-
ular and classical musical pro-'
gram.
p. m.-WLW Cincinnati, 309:1
Popular music.
FRIDAY
p. m.-WGN Chicago, 370: In-
dianapolis auto race results.
p. m.--WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:1
WCBC Ann Arbor, 280:I
Olympic trial results.
SATURDAY
p. m.-WCBC Ann Arbor, 280:
Simultaneous reports on thel
Olympic trials and Wisconsin
game broadcasted by The Daily.
p. m.-WBZ Springfield, 337:
Concert.
p. im.-WCX Detroit, 517:; Mu-'
sical program.I
p. m.-KYW Chicago, 370: Mu-
sical program.
p. m.-WMAQ Chicago, 447.5:
Chicago theatre revue.

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They have extra thickness where the wear is great-
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Musical program.
8:00 p. m.-WGN Chicago, 370: Mu-
sical program.
TUESDAY
2:35 p. m.--KYW Chicago, 536: Mu-
suical program.
4:00 p. m-WDAF Kansas City, 411:
Musical, program.
5:00 p. m.--WWJ Detroit, 517: Ear-
ly baseball scores.

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