Radio: Ivy Networks

Throughout New England's college towns last week, a live-wire topic was Brown University's proposal for an intercollegiate radio network. For the last three years Brown has had a wire hookup of receivers in the rooms of 1,600 students, thinks that an ivy network could pay its way with radio ads, would provide a novel medium for exchange of undergraduate thought and enterprise.

Not nearly so ambitious as the Brown plan, but a money-making radio venture nevertheless, was one uncovered last week at Dartmouth College by the show-business weekly, Billboard. The Dartmouth station, unofficially called WHD, is run by Senior Hugh Dryfoos of...

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