Radio: WINX's Grynwich

Discontented radio listeners everywhere could take heart last week from the story of big, deliberate William Grynwich, a music lover in the War Department in Washington, D.C. For a year on his favorite radio program, the Symphony Hour over Washington's WINX, he patiently suffered the inanities of a musically illiterate announcer. When the announcer finally played a recording of the second part of a Hungarian rhapsody before the first, Listener Grynwich lumbered into resentful action.

He telephoned WINX and got the announcer himself on the phone. This was not very satisfactory. So Grynwich...

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