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Berge, A. John (ed.) / The Wisconsin alumnus
Volume 41, Number 2 (Feb. 1940)

Clear the air lanes!,   p. 100

Page 100

5th Annual Founders Day
ADLINING Joseph- E. Davies,
981 speaking from Washington,
). C., the Alumni Association's
nnunal Founders' Day Broadcast will
sweep the air lanes on ~February 7.
oaldcast will emanate from Madison and
jigton over the Blue Network of the Na-
Broadcasting, company starting at
ILIMU  ui  o ..U.l, ntrb 1Uzis-
terpieces and icons which
he presented to the Uni-
versity in 1938.
  The broadcast will orig-
inate in Madison where the
Madison Alumni club will
sponsor a dinner in the
Great Hall and in which
the University band and
the choral group will also
perform. From Madison,
the hookup will be trans-
ferred to Washington from
where   Mr. Davies will
3roadcast Set for Feb.
speak and will then be returned to' Madison
for an appropriate Acose.
  Coincid~ent with the Madison dinner will be
similar affairs arranged by scores of alumni
clubs from Bostoni to Honolulu. Already more
than a dozen Wisconsin cities have announced
their plans to, hold special meetings. And more
cities axe being added to the list daily. Alum-
ni in cities in which there are nio alumni cl ubs
are urged to invite >their alumni friends to
listen to the broadcast in their ho~me'.
tional Broadcasting company indieatin g the
total numbe~r of stations which will carry -the
programn. The central mi-d-Swest outlet will be
WlENR├Ż. Other 'Blue Network stations will
cary the program if alumni so. request.
Watch -your local papers for announcement of
the program.
  -The Alumni -Association and the recently
appointed regional governors are cooperating
with alumni clubs in making preparations for
special Founders' Day meetings. Contact
either the Association or your regional gov-
ernor for further details and meeting aids, for
this biggest event of 1940.
  Don't forget the date-
February 7. The hour-
8:30 to 9 P. M., C. S. T.
The network-N.B.C. Blue,
from coast to coast. Tune
in wherever you are!
  DURING December, Pres-
ident Greene announced
the selection of ten region-
al governors for the Asso-
ciation club activities.
Those named are Milo B.
Hopkins, '23, Abner A.
Heald, '25, George B. Sip-
pel, '14, Lynn Tracy, '01,
Franklin  L. Orth, '28,
Robert M. Connelly, '16,
Ralph   E. Balliette, '23,
Oscar Hallam, '87, John R.
Richards, '96, and William
Burhop, '13.
r. GREENE, '15
r Association
_1ear the A
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