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THE EVENING WORLD, WEtf ESD'AY,. FTEBltTJ1t Y- 22, 1922. $25,000 STAR MAY BE FORCED OUT OF FIRST CALL - - . - - - - By Bud Counihan Roush Must Join "Reds ' 9 or Quit, Says Herrmann; Giants Can 't Have Fielder Copyright. 1922. (The New York Evening World) by Prctt Publishing Co. BASEBALL Ruin Staring Most of Magnates in Face, Declares Garry, if I Halt Is Not Called. By Boseman Bulger. UNLESS bdsoball magnates Bland firm now tho good old days of baseball are over. The game will revert to the theatrical and will no longer bo a sport. Such la the viewpoint of Oarry Herrmann, Just dropped In from Cincinnati to look over our nights. "Xou may as well dispel all ru mors," declared Garry. "I am not co Ins to trodo Eddto Roush and I am not going to sell him. Ho will either algn a Cincinnati contract at a reason able) flguro or ho will not play base ball In a major league." "What docs be ask?" I Inquired. "Ho wants a contract for throe years at $25,000 a year. There Is no sane club that can pay that. I cer tainly am not going to put that bur den on the Reds. Moreover, I am not going to trado him to any club that erven shows a willingness to pay thai amount," -"The Giants would probably take him." I suggested, "at those figures.' "Evan so, I am not going to till or "trade him," no said. "Roush will either play with tho Reds or he will not play at all, and that Is an end to that. I moan this sincerely. "What's more," said tho President of tho Reds and the former President of the National Commission, "I am 'doing it for the good of baseball There arc holdouts alt over tho coun try. Tho players seem to think that, wo. can pay any amount of money and continue to llvo. As you know, wo can't. They don't seem to real I re the general depression that has fallen over tho country. Any club that pays more than $12,000 or $15,000, wen lor a etar with drawing capacity, la risking tho future of the game. "Do you realize," went on Mr. Herrmann, and' hie tone was In tensely sincere, "that up to 1912 thcro -wasn't a club In this country with a salary list that aggregated more than $50,000 In a year? Tho Philadelphia Athletics, for instance, won their greatest honors with a club that cost $36,000 a year In salaries. "Now I hear that tho Yanka and tho Giants are engaging players at an aggregate coat of from $100,000 to $135,000 a year. Do you think the Cincinnati club or any other club out side of Now Tork could do that? Certainly not. And you must re member tho league must be sup nnrte.d hv moro than two or throe clubs. We may finish seventh or eighth, but without us to furnish tho opposition the league could not exist "No," concluded Air. jneiniiaiiu, "I am not going to pay Rousch any thing like $26,000 a year and, more over, I am not going to trade him to i.nv club that even expresses a will ingness to Day such amount. And, I am working for the Interest of base- lmll. Baseball owners must take a Arm stand right now. "X have been In baseball for a quarter of a century und unless the check rein Is drawn tight now we won't have any major league ball. It may hurt our club, and the loss of a man ltko Rousch may hurt otner clubs, but I Blncercly have tho Inter fcst of the game at heart." So that's that. All the Rousch ru mors we hereby dcclaro officially Ucad. Tho Giants have Issued u ukase to WITH THE BASKETBALL . PLAYERS St. Martin five of Brooklyn played Us first contest ut Arcadia Hall ngalnst tho St. Vincent Cubs. St. Martins won only after a contest .h!ch was replete with sensational plays by tno tally of 16 to 15. The Saints' team has been playing on Thursday evenings at Bushwlck High Kchool. Tho games at tho school will continue every Thursday as well as the contests at Arcadia Hall on Sun day. In the line-up of St. Martin aro Included Arthur Grady, Jimmy Doyle, .lack Stlllwagon, Bob Bradshaw and Jack Bradshaw. Tho Kips Bay teams aro still on tho winning warpath. 1'robably no other team In tho country can boast of a lecoid as good as that of the Kips Bay Midgets, and If uny discussion uroso as to tho icspoctlvo merits of tho midget teams, the Kips Bay Midgets would doubtless stand out aa the most formidable quintet in that division. Tho Midgets have conquered most of the contending midget combina tions. In tho lust contest played against the Welcome Hill Midgets the Kips Bay quintet won out by the scoro of 23 to 12. The Kips Bay team Iho conquored the Mount Vernon B. f. Midgets by tb tally of 36 to 9. Although tne records of the Mujos- lies and the Seniors of the Kips Buy Boys' Club are very good, they cannot be regarded as better than that of the Midgets. The Majesties recently won lwo games by defeating the' Mount Vernon Juniors and the Welcomo Hall Juniors. Tho Seniors also defeated iho Welcomo Hull Seniors and tho Mount Vernon B. C. Seniors. To morrow night at the home court tho Kips Bay MldgetsSwIll engage In Ea gamo against the l'enn five and the Kips Bay Seniors will meet the i' p. A. quintet of YonkerB. Tho Central Big Five of New Vork, has a string of fourteen consecutive victories. Manager George Mason wishes to arrange more contests be fore the end of tho basKetball Kenton with nil of the leading tenms in f.rf.atcr New York. His address Is fio. in Kut .85th Olieet, city,. SCII AN G AND MAYS START PRACTICE AT HOT SPRINGS. HOT SPRINGS, Feb. 22, The Yankee squad, here for the pre liminary training before going to New Orleans, has been swelled to five members. The latest ar rivals are Wally Schang; the star catcher of (he American League champions, and Carl Mays, of submarine ball fame. McNally, Devormer and Scott make up the quintet. Although Mays and Schang have not yet affixed their names to contracts, their appear ance in camp and their willing nets to begin training for the 1922 grind make it appear that the Yankee holdout situation is not as grave at it wat thought to be a few days ago. The chief thing that teems to be troubling Mays it the, now fa mous barnstorming rule, which prohibiti players on champion ship teamt from playing pott tea ton garnet. He tayt he lott a lot of money on account of thit rule, and he wanta the assurance, be fore tigning hit 1922 contract, that whether or not the Yankees are pennant winners next teaton he be allowed to gather In a few extra dollars by playing post teaton exhibition games. the effect that Douglas and Barnes will bo traded obviously because they have not signed their contracts. Barnes telegraphed yesterday that ho would report and would go to tho training camp, but ho didn't say anything about signing. Thcro was talk of Barnes and Douglas being traded to Brooklyn. Tho brows of Charley Ebbcts ruffled. "Listen," no saia, "i nave naa Douglas, as huve four other clubs In tho league. I wouldn't give a good tecrult for him. And almost tho same thing goes for Barnes." It had been reported that a propo sition had been made by tho Giants to trado Barnes and Douglas for Bur leigh Grimes. "That's funny," said Ebbets. "Es pecially funny, since I havo had Douglas on my payroll." Col. T. L. Huston left lost night for Dover Hall, Gu. Up to the hour of departure nothing had been heard from Carl Mays. "We'll trade him, und trado him in a minute for anything like an even proposition that Is presented to us In the way of players," he said. What's more, we'll trude Ward or any other player who doesn't seem satisfied with the terms that we havo offered." According to tho way tho Yanks havo been signing players their- con tracts will aggregate more than $120,000. The same may be said of tho Giants. No such suluries as that havo ever existed in baseball. Other clubs say that they cannot be paid on a sound basis. If other clubs are ft reed to pay such prices major league baseball cannot exist. It may bo that old Garry Herrmann is right. What do you say? Montana IHvo of Brooklyn, has open dates in March for leading quin tets In tho city. Games may bo booked on short notlco by communicating with James McHugh, No. 86 West 103d Street, city. J. J. Barrett, the star basketball player or St. Jerome is acting as coach for tho production. St. Jerome Catholic Club will hold Its annual minstrel show, und recep. Uon nt Hunts Point Palace. 103d Street and Southern Boulevard, on many evening. .Many of the well known athletc.i who aro members of tne ciut, including several basketball players, will take part in the show. Corrignn Caseys meet' tho Flatbiisii five this afternoon at Corrlgan Casev iinii. j ne ToU'iuinn the opposes Hie Villanova Prep team at Vlllanovn, Pa to-night. Tolcntlno five travel to Chestnut Hill, Pa., on Thursday after tho con test In Villanova to tiinv ti. tiuenu H,lns.'- - "iu"in 10- morrow, xno concord quintet .plays mu uewey rive and the Concoidl Seconds meet the Seneca five at K l. C, No. 20, Manhattan. St. Simon ! .-ivi-R. j.iujh me aaanons, Seniors and Juniors, at P. s, te, Fordham. DARTMOUTH FIVE WINS OVER COLUMBIA TEAM. Dartmouth won Its Intercollegiate Leaguo game from Columbia on the MornlngElde Heights court last night by tho close score of 2t to l?. The vis- Itors from Hanover led from start to finish MtlimiTl. f-nl,., ,!.. ,..- ..I- dangerous near. At the ort of the game, tne areen basket tosscrs Jumnd Into a 5 to 0 lead, Shaneman throwing a neld goal after four minutes and Cullen with a foul goal and Captain Millar with another neld foal following him closely. Two seconds before th bnlf closed. Miller cited his lhlrd poil from tlie Held nnd the score at the end of the half was 12 to 0 In Dartmouth' favut'. APPLEBY FIRST ARAN TOWN IK TITLE New York Amateur Billiardist Beats Percy N. Collins in Tourney Final. FINAL BILLIARD STANDING. , Men Won. I-ft. Hun. llizb Air. SI 0-14 13 1-23 13 1-S3 I81S-ZS 11 li-tH 8 1-23 Name. E. T. All 4 is:t r. X. Colllna.. 117 4) F. B. Appleby. ..3 E. Uoudll A. Itot S II. H. C. Morton... .0 I PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 22. Edgar T. Appleby of New York, amateur 18.2 balkline billiard champion of the United States, added tho International championship to his list by winning a brilliant mutch over Percy N. Col lins of the Illinois Athletic Club, 300 to 103. The game took place at the Manufacturers' Club here before a crowd of 2.500 spectators. The cham plonV playing was almost faultless from the opening snot. Annleby is the first American to over hold the International amateur title, und it cannot be said that he won by any fluke. Throughout the tournament, executing the ono game ho lost to Roudil, he p.ayed excep tlunal billiardB. In Ills gamo lastnisrht against tho Western expert he aver aged 11.97. Ary Bos. tho young Hollander, com n'.eted hit part in' tho International ehe.mnlonshlp Class A, 13.2 balk line tournament with a victory over J. 13, I Cope Morton of tho Union I.eairuc Club oi I'hlladelptiia iy a tcore oi tvv points to 228. During tho contest In which he led .ill tho way. Hot made a total of twelve r'ins In double figure. On his other i turns a' the table his rauiiy landing on tlifi second oblect ball ana nit careless ness which resulted In a number of misacues all operated '.o prr'ong the match, liven so -oa baa finished with one of the high grand averages of the international scries, as his figure li 9.41). t;iV10RE ELIMINATION MATCHES ... ..,lf.n,ii m iiienu te i AHb SUHCUULCU IVIHnun IO. The second series of elimination mutches for the American heavyweight wrestling championship win oe nmu m Madlton Square uaracn iiiruj nlnir. March 16. IMI McOlll, Chas, uonn Tnp fllnsberff. Nat Pendleton Earl Caddock and tho best perfornien in last night's tourney will probably be sen In action. An effort Is also being mado to match Oc.ige Calza, Hie Ita lian, with either Jim uonuoii, Czaja or Caruini in a uuuuiu-muuui.. jHCk lirnrm to Second Cold tn Trmller Hont. Frank Flournoy, new matchmaker at MndUon snuare Garden, announced vu.terrfn V tllllt llO tiaS Completed th ? "LIT night! whln'" TJi.r. tii Phlladelchla southpaw, meets Hynile Gold, formerly known as 'Oakland Jimmy Duffy." In a twelve round contest to a decision, Jack Kearns will como on from noj ton. where Jack Dcmpsey ti thowlng ihU neck. In lime to second Uold !,ew Tlndlcr t conditioning Mm-, r tn I'nllnprteliilila, but will nrrl." In this on Krlduy rt'elit'i in u '.' o'clot '. lu ladltun tiuuarc Uardin. Three of Many Stars to Appear At Kiddie Klub's Fund Benefit WMK',s4apSMr "Hff uul Mauilce Holland MARIE BlACKOWN Lot of New Talent Recruited lo Swell Convalescent Fund at Matinee. Frank Kay himself Is going to be master of ceremonies at tho Astor Theatre Sunday afternoon, when The Evening World Kiddle Klub's Country Fund benefit Is given to help New Vork children recover from the whoop ing cough and Dr. Copelanu, the Health Commissioner, says that when you save a child from whooping cough you are quite likely to be saving him from tuberculosis, too. Getting back, however, to Frank Fay, ho Is a great addition to the programmo because ho Is the sort of a master of ceremonies that Just fltB tho Job so talented an Introducer that It's a distinction to bo Introduced by him. They say ho Is as funny In these Impromptu stunts as he Is In his own "Fay's Fables" at the Park Theatre. A lot of new talent is being re cruited for the Kiddie Klub show Even little Arllne Marie Blackburn (you've seen her In "Bchool Days") will be there to sing "In the Old Time Hnll." She Is six year oM. t-J th f i-st "renn ene.tllioart of V. e-le liarr who. sad tn say. mi n.i i" there it U ouw sctllcu that .Mar; Ut,, ' l ' " ' ' , ' t&UD tier partner, In "Marjoialno," will alng the "I Wnnt Vou'" song In the costume that be longs with tho music. And Olga Cook and HiTtrnm Peacock will sing tctcc tions from "Plossom Time." Culina Kopernak, from Hussla and Montmartie." whose native language ih that of Pcttograd, will nevertheless sung some American songs in rag' time. They say a slight Hussion flavor adds a lot to ragtime. She ilways makes a hit And Ilranaon Hurst will tell stories is lirundon Hurst can. The main Idea Is to glvo everybody 'us money's worth and more of enter , ilnment, nnd at the same tlmo get , i.oijgh money together to take the THE EVENING WORLD RADIO CLUB Application For Membership Name PWNTED SURNAME FIRST. Address STREET, Receiving Set Type Cdl' Letters children who need It to tho country, Dr. Copcjand told Cousin liloanor-lhat there were 6,808 cases last year and 385 of them died. Three-fourths of them all lived In tenements. Tho complete programme la not yet ready, but It Includes feature movies. such an "School Days"; movie stars In person, as well aa on tho screen and stars, from tho stage from Broadway hits. Tickets aro on sale ut the box office of the Astor1 50 cents to 13, And tho curtain goet up at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon. NO MORE HUSBANDS SAYS WIFE OF TWO Married When She Thought No. 1 Dead, Slje's Disgusted With Men. , Mrs. Mathilda Payne itta serving three-month aentence In the Morrlstown, N. J.. Jail for theft In 1915 when the was married to Caleb Payne, then of No. 07 Couth 10th Street. Newnrk Payne went homo to await his wife's release. Mrs. Payne wat pardoned before the expiration of her term. She couldn' find her hutband, she related yesterday to Vice Chancellor' backet tn tht Chancery Court at Newark, where the wat sued for dlvorco by Payne, and thinking hm dead she was married In May, HIS, to John Crowley. Payne named Crowley In hit suit. "In the event of your being divorced from your first hutband," asked the Vic Chancellor, "will you remarry you seenna nuioanaT ' "No, Your Honor," tho replied. "I'm disgusted with all men. I'm disgusted wltn marriage m general." Tlie Vice Chancellor recommended decree. as mspts GET ,VI,t500 KVCH MONTfvPAU Feb. Twenty-eight grandchildren of Charles Wilson, foi mer Mayor of Montreal, who died in 18 wore awarded approximately J53,;00 each from hit citato by a division o Superior Court Justice Surveyor to day. The heirs are scattered through out the Eattern part of the United atatet. Quebec and Ilrltlsh Columbia, The estate hat been In imitation for several years. ICR WALLS SWLDK.V I IN, BTOCKHOIiM, Feb. ::'. The Ice wall on the west coatt of Kweden la now Impenetrable. Hundreds of ves sels are Icebound off the coast. All attempts to help, even by airships havq failed, owing: to heavy snow and fog. TOWN, STATE. Broadcasting Set. Location Dale By Capt. Robt. Scoilcld Woqd. (D. F. C. M. C. Croix da Qutrrt with four palmil.formtrly Command or win Squadron, Royal Air Forot.) THE EVENING WORLD RADIO CLUB. If you want to loin a real llvo radio club, wpcro your interests and Die Interests of radio will bo- taken caro of, till In tho membership ap plication blame which will bo found at tho bottom of this page and send It to the Radio Editor of Tho Evening Wdrld, No. 63 rark How, Now York City. A sorlea of lectures aro being ar ranged for tho benefit of club mem bers'. 'These lectures will bo broad casted on .dates to bo announced later. The subjects for the lectures will bo presented to tho enthusiasts In the order of their popular demand. It you havo any subject that is of particular Interest to you, wrlto and let us know' what It Is so that we can arrange tho schedule to suit tho demands of the majority of club members. "THE CAGE AERIAL." The broadcasting amateur Is rap- loiy getting to tno point wiioro nis ... . ... . . I nrsi consideration in erecting a sta tion Is the aerial. Thcro Is little uto nf mlmrtlnnr nn nerlnl HVntem full nf energy; If Us construction has been faulty and tho high reslstanco will not permit It to oscillate. The energy expended In overcoming the resist- t very llttlo energy for anco leaves offectlvo radiation. It seems that after trying most of tho easily con structed systems tho umateur Is adapting the cage aerial tor best results. In this he Is being followed very closely by tho commercial broad casting stations. Tho cugo leod-ln with a flat top la very popular with amateurs, and tho cage aorlaj Is moro and more In cvl deiico ovcry day. Tho question of ejMico Is ono that thy cage uoflal lends Itself to admirably. For ZOO- metro transmission a cgo norlul , four feet In diameter, consisting of six wires nbout sixty foot long nnd strung about eighty fcot high will glvo ideal results If used In conjunc tion with a cage leao-ln. Another fcuturo that mukes this type of uortal desirable Is Its dura bility during storms, as compared to tho ordinary flat top, which, as wo all know, Is easily destroyed by Ice and winds. Tho high centro of capacity from the electrical standpoint Is one of the cage's greatest recommendations. The vertical section, that Is tho lead-in, gives tho greatest radiation, and when used with tho cage uerlal approximately 100 fcot In height rives tho beat results obtainable for liort-wave work In confined space. Upon the radiating properties of tho aerial depends Its efficiency. Tho cage aerial und lead-in current distribution Is equal throughout the entiio systom, thereby reducing the resistance and Increasing tho radiat ing properties. The anterpolse, which Is usually considered a part of the transmitting Station's equipment, will be dis cussed to-morrow In this column. W J Z (Newark) 360 metres KcaturcH for tho day: I Toil ft V notVM MtfrlfA i.nJ . iiuU from 11 A. SI. to 8 P, M. Agricultural reports ut 12 51. and 6 P. M. Arlington official time. 11.55 A. M. to 12 M. and e.62 p. SI, to 10 P. M. Weather forecast at 11 A. M 13 M., 5 P. M. and 10.01 p. M. Shipping news at 2.05 P. M. 11 A. il. to 12 M.. Wunhlmrtnn'M Birthday, patriotic music. selections from "Blossom Time." 2.I0 P. M.. Droarranimo nf nnmilur music bv "Mike Hnoclal'H" f-nrllim Terrace Orchestra. 7. SO P. M.. address nn ftitfirirn Washington by Major Washington Irving Lincoln Adams, Director Gen eral Sons of the American Revolu tion. 8.1K P. Sf.. the. Premier Main Oiinr. let will sing popular American songs. composers' Nlglll Amcrlcun com posers of popular songs will pla and sing their own compositions. Among those to be .prcaent are Walter Don aldson, composer of "My Mammy:" T. WnlfA nllhprt. rnnirtnjawi- nf "ImH ert 15. Lee:" Ofr-s Taylor, composer of "Way Down Honolulu Way;" Nat Sanders, composer of "Nover Mind;" Louis Breau, composer of "Hum ming;" Vaughn de Leath and Mar garet Cantrell, composers nf "Be cause You Are You," and Sidney Mitchell, comnoaer of "Weep No More My Mammy-" r OKA (Pillsbnrgb) 340 Metres Mutlo, 10 A. M to 10.15 A. M 12.30 A. M. to 1 P. M . 2 P. M. lo 2.20 P. M. and 4 P. 51. to 4.20 P. M. 7.J0 P. music Hnd Vncle Wtg glly's bedtime story. 7.13 P. M-. address by Clara David son, faculty of tho College of Fine Arts. Carnegie Institute of Tech nology, on "Industrial Art." K P 51., weekly message of Na tional Safety Council: "Washing ton." an address by W. S. Dljrss, Chairman of the Americanization for.imlttee of the Chamber of Com mrree and also Vice Chairman of the Four-Minute Men of Pittsburgh dur ing trw"1 ) .... . 9.30 V. M., address of exiGoV. An drew J. Montague of Virginia, which wilt bo given at tho banquet, of the Pennsylvania Society, Sons of the American Revolution, .In McCroery dining room. 6.&0 P. M., music selections. Con(ralt6 solo, "Battle 'Hymn of tho Republic" Ida Hoatloy Claudy. Piano solo, "Rlgoletto," PbylHs Qcraldlnc dray. Contralto solo, "Annie Laurie," Ida iJcatley Claudy. Piano solo, "Polonaise MlUUlre," Phyllis Gcraldlno Gray. Banjo solo, "Noan'a Wife." Thomas' Kustcs. Reading. "My Bister's Best Feller," Inez Krebs. Contralto solo, "Deep nlver," Ids. Hoatlcy Claudy. Piano solo, nocturne, Phyllis Oer- aldlne Gray. Banjo solo, medley, Thomas Kustes. Reading "Mommy's tmllaby," Ines Krebs. Contralto solo, "All for Too." Id Hoatley Claudy. Piano solo. "Silhouette," Phyllis Goraldlno Gray. Contralto solo, 'Tove la the wina, Ida Heatlcy Claudy. tr n r iAtnT Ttiiiniiie. will be V a, ....... . - - - ' ... ci0SC(j down for Washington's Blrth- day. nnfMiflAit& and AbhWPTO I WBeSUwBS aHS answers. J , " xnomas nan, urouMjru l. prove my range by placing a 43jjjlate varlubin condenser In my grouna cir cuit? Answer To Increase thewuve length rango of the circuit connect tho condenser across the primary. If you place It In tho ground circuit y6u will decrcaso your range, It anything. W. W. W-, Hackonsack Will a looso coupler and two honeycomb colls used In tho ploco of variometers be I as efficient an tho standard honey- coll set? Answci1 With a small con- denser shunting the secondary of tho coupler and tho grid coll, this set will give Just as good results as the stand ard honeycomb, coll sets. AI. Hondy, Yonkcrs Where can I get a license for a broadcasting sta tion of tho smaller type? Answer All licenses are Issued from the De partment of Commerce. For Infor mation regarding license, address the Chief Radio Inspector, Customs House, New York City. X. Y. Z.t "What shape counter poise shall I use In conjunction with a cage aerial 100 feet long and 80 feet high?" Arts. Construct a fan-shaped countcrpolso stretched directly under the aerial and about four feet from the ground. T. Scott city, writes: "Can I re cclvo WDY and WJZ on a loop aerial, UBlng a one-tubo short wave regen eratlvo set?" An$. Yes. It Is possi ble to get good results with a loop and this set. Carlton Sohenk, Yonkers. I have a crystal set and get the concerts from WJZ. If I turn my head around the .least bit or stand up 't tops. PJeate tell mo wnai mo irounio i; mnivor You probably have a broken wire in your phones that becomes ab solutely disconnected when you put some tension on tho wlreH that other wise touch when laying In normal po sition. Then again you may Jar the table when getting up and loose the sensitive spot on the crystal. You had better look over all of your wirlnp connections. Harry Tynan, New York City What kind of a counterpoise shall I erect for tho aerial 70 feet long? Can the counterpoise be laid on tho ground or burled In It with better results than stringing It above tho ground? Answer A counterpoise consisting of nbout twenty wires should be spread fun-shaped beneath your aerial and tho area adjacent for tho best results. If posslblo It should be arranged about four feet abovo the ground. It can be burled In the ground, but to no advantage. The livening World tclU conduct a column devoted lo the new lladio Phone Service and tdll answer ques tion cuncernlna tho service. Pro grammes of the different broadcasting stations will be printed in The Eve itinn World. Address Radio Phone Editor. Hew York Evening World. Thomas Wiley, Hockensack, N. J. Do you think that the new location of WDV will destroy my chance of re ceiving them? I have a crystal sat that was giving me good results when they were located at Roselle Park. Answer It la practically Impossible to tell what the outcome of this move will mean to anybody until the sta tion Is In operation. LIKE A BOLT FROM THE SKY Cornea the wtrrU'it mutle and apch tieit you huva a Man at Coinplatt WlreUaa Telephone Ittrelvlnt Outfit. Complete for $15.00 Freed-EUeminn Radio Carper atlon Mfru of high and low power Radio Apparatua, 251 Fourth Ave., NewVork City ; dtahr it not wpprt erifer fnm nur tloeU. Send lie tor HUttrattd cafqjop. i f