Radio: Fight Night

The highways north of Chicago were jammed bumper-to-bumper one night last week. Said Deputy Sheriff George Bock: "It was just like Labor Day traffic." To Ray Radigan, an astonished restaurant owner in Kenosha, Wis., it was more like New Year's Eve. He had to hire extra help to cope with 484 diners, while hundreds of other customers perched on radiators or juggled drinks and sandwiches in the cocktail lounge.

The same story was repeated all along the North Shore as thousands of Chicagoans poured out of the city searching for TV sets that could...

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