WHRB Tower Rises On Dudley Hall Roof

Every House has a tower, of which Lowell's is the most conspicuous. Now Dudley Hall is similar to the Houses, because yesterday morning it, too, received a spire, which rises 137 feet above sea level. (Actually, it's only 45 feet high.)

The Dudley tower, however, has no relation to Georgian aesthetics, but represents one final last gasp of the dying radio industry. WHRB began tests of FM broadcasting last night, and orgies are scheduled to begin in ten days at 107.1 on frequency modulated dial.

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