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Network Climaxes Christmas Program Tonight With Interview of Stage Luminary Ann Corio

Final Broadcast of 1940 Also Features Singing Berkely Sisters


The Crimson Network will bring Christmas Eve to the Square a little before time by dropping Ann Corio down Harvard's radio chimney at 7:30 o'clock this evening.

The famous burlesque queen will be rushed straight from the Old Howard to Lowell House by Lawrence Lader '41, Program Director, and William Braden '41, Assistant Program' Director, where she will be dined before her radio appearance.

Miss Corio, who has always made it a principle never to go out with Harvard men, is expected to reveal the origin of this tradition as well as to lecture on some of the subtler points of her artistic calling.

Although no audience will be admitted to the studio during the interview, undergraduates may leave questions for Miss Corio at the Shepherd Hall headquarters of the Network any time before 7 o'clock.

To wind up broadcasting before Christmas vacation, the Network will also present the singing Berkely sisters from the Versailles at 8:45 o'clock. There will be no program Friday evening.

During reading period the Network will continue service although on an abbreviated scale. After exam period broadcasting will not only cover all seven Houses but on certain feature programs will be carried to other colleges like Brown, Wesleyan and Rhode Island State.

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