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Radio Club Hears Address by Bailey, From Relay League

Classes to Be Held in Code and Theory For License Candidates

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George W. Bailey '07, New England director of the American Radio Relay League, will address the first open meeting of the Radio Club this evening at 8 o'clock in Adams House Upper Common Room. The Radio Relay League is the national association of amateur radio operators, and Mr. Bailey will discuss amateur activities and possibilities in this field.

Following the main talk, the club will discuss plans for the coming year. The Laboratory facilities will be outlined and a description of the four transmitters used by the club will be given. One of these is powerful enough to contact properly equipped cars.

Code and theory classes will be conducted this year for all who are interested in obtaining a radio operator's license.

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