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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 1,' 1926",

~'AGB TWO SATURDAY. MAY 1, 1926

TOKY SEES WRD' Highest Honor His
Abbot Believes City lHas Learned Of
Unihersity Prograisu% Through
LAUDS EFFORTS OF U. S.~
Communications regarding the U ni-
versity "Michigan Night" programs
have been received not only from the
states and from Canada but from
Tokyo, Japan. Waldo Abbot of the"f
rhetoric department, and program di-
rector, has received a letter from the
Tokyo Hoso Kyo u, or broadcaisting ;
bureau, which seks information re-
garding the University programs. r "
Abbot thinks it improbable that the' =f:
University programs have been ri wr_
ceived in Japan but suggests that the j ra
Tokyo broadcasting bureau may HaiveĀ°
learned of the programs throughY
American newspapers.
This bureau is interested in the edui
cational service of radio in Japan.
The letter commented on the stidiesiPr of. Ragnar Ostberg of Stockholm,
which the United States is making' in Sweden, has been8Xaaded the wor ld's
the development of a useful service greatest architectural honor of the
.through the medium of the radio and year,, the Royal Gold Medal.
among other things said, "radio ser-
vice, being the most appropriate _________________________
means of bringing together the much I
needed international understanding, A T TH E THIE AT E R S
we are desirous of doing~ our bit for
the attainment of this work." Today-Screen
Owners of radio sets in Japan - ay (I Arcade-"Hlogan's Alley," with {
one yen per year to the government, all star cast.EE
At present station JOAK in Tokyo has#I
150,000 subscribers and is increasing Majestic-"The Auction Block,"
this number at the average rate of with Charles Ray and Eleanor
600 per day. This station started in Boardman.
July, 1925 and has been heard ,in Aus-?I
tralia, on the West coast of Alaska, Wuerth - "Old Clothes," with
and as far distant as Chicago. T~he1 Jackie Coogan.
Japanese stations are planning on ((--
forming a "chain gang", similar to i Today-StageJ
that used by American stations. It Garrick (Detroit) - "Come on
is planned to connect stations JOBK, ; J Ruth," with Gladys Lloyd. j
JOCK, and JOAK.{I
Japanese broadcasting is under the Shubert Lafayette (Detroit). -
direct control of the government. ; "Lysistrata," by Moscow Art
_________________ Theater Musical Studio.
LANSING:-The state conservation jI -
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