Representatives of the Harvard wireless club recently attended the meeting of the New England Division of the American Radio Relay League held at Worcester under the direction of the Worcester Radio Club and discussed plans for an improved relay system. This system if perfected will mean that the important news of the colleges who have joined can be relayed to each other every night for publication in the morning's paper. The colleges now in this system are: Dartmouth, Brown, Tufts, and M. I. T. The Harvard Club is at present handicapped by not being able to get the power for their transmission set but it is hoped that the wiring will be in by the end of Mid-years.
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