Radio: Tall in the Saddle

Washington's "I Am an American Day" comes a day later this week than the same celebration in the rest of the U.S. The celebration committee made sure of getting such guests of honor as President Truman, scheduled to speak from the Capitol steps. Happily, the new date also fitted the schedule of another highly valued guest not connected with government. The committee was overjoyed that television's Hopalong Cassidy would also dignify the day.

As a crowd-puller, Hopalong would have to concede nothing to the President of the U.S. Last January a crowd of New...