Radio: Newscaster of Shanghai

On Japan's crowded list of public enemies, few rate higher than burly, tousled, tough-tongued, 39-year-old Carroll Duard Alcott, who broadcasts thrice daily from Shanghai bold news & views on matters Asiatic. A veteran American newshawk from Des Moines, who has covered a China beat for the past 13 years, Alcott took to the air at the outbreak of the Sino-Japanese hostilities. Tokyo has lost face almost every time he has opened his mouth. Last week he was one of the six Americans whom Japan's puppet Chinese Government "ordered" expelled from China. Last week,...

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