Science: Leeds? Turin? Rome?

"National Radio Week" was celebrated by attempts on several successive nights to exchange the programs of U. S. and European Radio Stations. For one hour, the U. S. radiocasters had the ether and the Europeans tried to keep still. For the next hour, the Europeans had the air and the Americans were supposed to do nothing but listen. The experiment was hardest on the Europeans because it was held from 3 to 5 A. M. London time, which in the U. S. are respectable hours of the previous evening. The object of...

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