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When members of the Dartmouth Broadcasting System take over the Crimson Network Studies for fifteen minutes at 7:45 o'clock this evening, they will be presenting the first talent exchange broadcast in the two years' history of Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.

The result of a long distance telephone call from William J. Mitchel DBS station manager, to Robert S. Kieve '43, the Network's program director, the broadcast will be a radio dramatization of Thomas Wolfe's "Only the Dead Know Brooklyn."

The dramatization, taken from the New Yorker Volume of Short Stories, was adapted for radio use by the DRS script director, Scot Matthews. It will be presented by Alexander Fanelli and John Freeman of the Dartmouth players.

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