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WHRB moves down the dial today, from a frequency of 820 to 550.
Station technicians labored all last night, and will be working all day today, to install a long-awaited frequency-control crystal. The crystal, ordered nearly a month ago, had to be constructed specially by a Kansas City firm and arrived early last evening.
Meanwhile, the station has received no word from Associate Dean Watson on its requested incorporation. The question of incorporation of undergraduate organizations has been submitted to the University lawyers.
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