Radio: Programs Reviewed: Jul. 4, 1938

For seven days beginning Saturday, July 2. All times are EDST. All programs subject to change without notice.

Wimbledon (Sat. 10 a.m., 1:15 p.m., CBS). All-England Lawn Tennis finals described by veteran Tennist Bill Tilden.

U. S. Constitution (Sat. 7:30 p.m., CBS). Columbia Workshop's cover-to-cover reading to Bernard Herrmann's musical accompaniment.

Should Women Pay Alimony (Sat. 9:30 p.m., NBC-Red) debated by N. Y. Assemblyman William T. Middleton, Oxford Debater Maurice C. Dreicer, Novelist Fannie Hurst for the affirmative; N. Y. Executive Assistant Secretary of State Doris I. Byrne, N. Y. State Senator Leon Fischel for...

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