COMMUNICATIONS: Two to Two

Yes.

Owen D. Young, Radio Corp.

Clarence Hungerford Mackay, Postal Telegraph

No.

Newcomb Carlton, Western Union

Ellery W. Stone, Kolster Radio

Thus divided was the U. S. communication field last week when Clarence Hungerford Mackay, president of Postal Telegraph Co., finished telling the Senate Committee on Interstate Commerce what he thought about plans for merging all communication companies into one unit or, failing that, for International Telegraph & Telephone Co. to take over Radio Corp.'s communication business.

Fluent had been Owen D. Young's arguments that British Cables & Wireless, Ltd., was a "menace" (TIME,...

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