SECTION 1, PAGE 17
WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1951
toddy's Radio Highlights TheName'sStanley--That'sAII
(WHA-FM): "Variations In -the
Sports Italian Manner," Bach; three Viv-
FRIDAY 7:25 p. m. — Football (WFOW): aldi concerti.
Madison West at Beloit. 7:15 p. m.—Muslcland U.S.A.
WIBA WISC WKOW WIBU 7:30 p. m.-Football (.WIBA-FM): (WKOW): tunes from "Mile. Mo
1310 kc 1410 ke 1070 kc 1240 kc Madison West vs. Beloit, Fred Gage diste," "Brlgadoon," "Kiss Me,
8:00 Sunrise • Top o' thi ffirnktut Symph |» Kuril: reporting. Kate," "Call Me Madam."
Morning (News; Farm Hour .Selene* Exon
9 p. m. — Boxing (WISC): Joe 8:30 p. m. — P » u l W e i t o n
6:30 • Top o' to* fchapel of Air • Silent (WKOW): Peggy Lee, guest.
6:45 Uoc*; Newi Moraine N«vt Iweatner: MkU, I* Silent Louis vs. Rocky Marciano. 9 p. m.—Songs We Sin« (WGN):
T:0fl Alex Dicier • Top o' Morning Cofle* Club I* News: Farm 9:45 p. m. — Roundy (WIBA): Bendix Male chorus. . . FM Con-
7:is Miulcal Ciock • N«wi News I 6errlo» State Journal columnist predicts c*rt (WHA-FM): "Symphony No.
7:30 Newi • Top o' Morning Weather; Cofte* I* News outcome of Saturday's football
TIP 0' THE MORNING: You can expect a new radio 7:45 Georg* Morcin ' p. Frederick Club; Newi • !• Farm Mewi 8," Beethoven.
•dramatic series starring Marlene Dietrich. 8:00 I Musical • Brnktut
IM-rkets: CoHe» Kev. peteMon
I Club: News !• Musical
•*•*•»•' • - ' • » • • + • 4- •
* * .-» 1:15 Clock
1:30 Musical Clock • Breakfut
Kdlth Hanscn I Clock
Coffee club; NewslMuslcal Clock Drama Discussion
The . Wisconsin-Northwestern and Purdue-Notre . Dame «:45 iNewi
7 p. m.—Roy Rogers (WIBA): 6:15 p. m.—You and the World
(Arthur (• New«: Muslo
games will hold the football spotlight on the air Saturday. 9:00 Welcome • My Tru« dog helps "king of cowboys"' cap- (WKOW): meaning of British elec-
The Badger-Wildcat battle will be WIBA", WIBA-FM, 9:30
WFOW, WLS, WIBU,- and WWCF at 1 :45 p. m. ; on WISC,
( Story Godfrey
• Betty Crocker Arthur
• Aralnit Storm I Godfrey
ture killers-. . . Richard Diamond tion results.
(WISC): mystery of stolen regis- 9 p. m.—Capitol Cloakroom
ID.-00 Strlko It f ladiei Arthur IWomen's Newi tered letter. (WKOW): winners and losers in
WISC-FM, and WIND at 1 -.55, and on WJJD at 2, 10:15 Bleb Fair Godfrey IChore Boys - 8:30 p. m.—Mr. District Attorney British voting. ••'/
The Boilermaker-Irish game will be on WGN at 1:15 p.
• Queen for
L. Mortemon I Matinee .. (WISC): new police officer accused 10:15 p. m.—Admiral Ross Me-
m.} on WBBM at 1 :25 p. m., and on WMAQ at 1 :50 p. m. of robbery and murder. Intyre (WBBM): at American Re-
If your radio brings in WCCO, you can. hear the Minne- 11:00 Sons ol Pioneers
Maelc in Mudo
1 Jack Berch News
Victor Llndlahr Aunt Jenny •
Headlines 9 p. m.—Nishtbeat (WIBA): col- gion banquet in Memphis, Tenn.
11:15 Helen Trent Farm and Qom umnist meets big-time gambler,
11:30 Farm Sweepstakes •*•*••»•
sota-Michigan tussle at "1:30 p. m. 11:45 Roundup News: Our Gal. Sunday Farm Front just out of jail.
News: Roundup • Curt Massej pinner Concert IMuBlc: Markets
12:00 [• Newi •*• -f .4- 7:30 p.m—Martin and Lewis
UNITED NATIONS: Instead of producing individual 12:15 Farm Service • News News
12:30 News • Bob Swanton Farm I' Newer Mkti.
IFarm and Horn Mus fC
(WIBA): fun with Dean and Jerry.
posters for United Nations Week, art pupils at Wisconsin high 12:45 Polia Party Show Parade 8 p.m.—Duffy's Tavern (WIBA):
school did some uniting of their own • Break the Shopping ' Service 7:45 a, m. — George Morgan Martha Sleeper, guest . . . The
1:00 Double or 31 Hays (WIBA): "Little Red Wagon," "Get Big Time (WKOW): George Price
Three classes cooperated, under the direction of Prof. Ruth All- 1:15 Nothlnn Bank to Muslo
Here's and Daughter on Board," "Kentucky Waltz."
Melody • Talk Back
cott, in designing and building, a display for a window at the Univer- 1:30 1:45 Matinee: Newi • Bob Swanson Harper ' Music Booth 12 m.—Murt Massey (WISC): Leonard.
salutes Raymond Hitchcock, Eddie
sity Co-Op, State and N. Lake sts. 2:00 Life Beautiful • The Bob INews of 1070 • Music "Dimples and Cherry Cheeks," "I + •*••*•
2:15 Road of Life Swanson (House Boots- Get Ideas."
In it is a revolving -globe, hung in midair. The turning trick was 3:30 Pepper Young Show Party; C Adaini
the work of Stan Mailer, senior at Wisconsin high and son of Dr. and B't to Bap'nen • Evelyn WIntersiVarlety Time|YT«_I *4...
TMma 3:30 p. m.—Music of the Masters Farm Programs
(WHA): "Lord Nelson M a s s , " 12:15 p.m. — F a r m Service
Mrs. Andrew Mailer, 2310 West Lawn ave. He used an old electric- 3.00 Baciutage WUe • Tbe Bob Luella ;f.»Dcl In
The Sky Haydn. / 4*" *J&a/4*** -"•* *•"• ^ -( W-M&W •> W
5:30 p. m. — C u r t M a s g e y (WIBA): Frankand Lester inter-
3:13 Stella Dallas Swansea Mortemon This little fellow's first name is Stanley, but police don t know
clock motor. Wldder Brown Show Forbidden Diary Melody Milton Zech,
(WBBM): "The Glory of Love.". views. farmers of North Freedom. his last name or where left find hiswith Mrs. Carrie Mary Nation,
* » * 3:45 Worn. In House To tho Ladles Wfcat's New Hour to parents.
flying The 3-year-old was
6:30 p. m.—Club 15 (WBBM): "I 12:30 p.m. — F a r m Parade 64, at her suburban Los Angeles 2 Oct.
PRAGER; Masons and their families will hear a lecture-recital 4:00 Just Plain Bill The IMary Ca«ey'i [Newt home by an unidentified woman.
by Dr. Sigfrid Prager on "National Characteristics Revealed Through 4:15 Front P, Farrell ABO Showcase • Serenade
• Melody Hour
Wish I Wuz," "Down Yonder." (WKOW): Alice Davis, Dane coun- A few days later Mrs. Nation died. The mother has never returned.
4:30 Lorenzo Jones Club Harmony 7 p. m. — Gunnar Johanien ty borne demonstration agent.
Music" at 8 tonight in the Masonic auditorium. 4:45 The Kids' Club Uncle Dick I House I* Radio Parade Now Stanley lives at Juvenile hall, Los Angeles, whiling away
His program will follow the annual banquet of the Madison 5:00 The Kids' Club Bobby Alan-Jackson Fiesta Time the hours with a nameless pup who arrived under similar cir-
Scottish Eite bodies, with which Dr. Prager is identified as a mem- 5:15 Fiesta Bensoa
Sits; Final Scores University
For Children cumstances. <AP Wirephoto) _
He will outline the racial temperaments and characters of various
nationalities, illustrating their attributes by playing works of rep- 6:00
Trail: V. Borge
• New«: Serenade News
Top Tunes Univ. Special
At the Shows 4:45 p.m. —The Kids' Club
(WIBA): all-request program.
•«••»••*• West Dane County
resentative composers. 6:15 Melody: Newi • Fulton Lewi* You and World (Old-Time Band High School
Dr. Prager, the former conductor of the Madison Civic Symphony 6:45 6:30 News of World • Lone
1 Man's Family Ranter
E. R. Murrow
• Sports Time
I Blng Slnss Capitol Miscellaneous Scouts Elect McVicar
orchestra and chorus, now is a lecturer in the University of Wis-
consin music school. He studied piano with Ferruccio Busoni.
•* * *
1:00 • Roy Eo*en
News FEATURE: A Streetcar Named (WIBA): "Sandwiches, Soup and pi., veteran Boy Scout leader, was
9:30 a.m.—Chef Canon Gulley Angus'B. McVicar, 724 Conklin
Salad" , . . Betty Crocker (WISC): elected chairman of the west Dane
7:30 Unrtln ind • This Is • Old Tlmeri
and Richard Bodgers, composer. county district of the Scouts at
AT WHITEWATER: Students from Madison area- communities 7:45
Lewis Your FBI
• Ozzle «nd The Bl«
TYPE: Adult drama. a recent meeting.
will be In the majority whan two Greek plays are presented Nov. 18 8:15 Duffy's Tlm» • Jamboree McVicar has for many years
and 19 at Whitewater State college*
• Mr. District
CAST: Stan, Marlon / Brando;
Blanche, Vivien Leigh; Stella, Kim WFOW-FM been the leader of Christ Presby- 7:25 TONIGHT
In the cast of Euripides' '.'The Trojan Women" will be Yvonne 8:45 University Hunter; Mitch, Karl Maiden. 3.04.9 terian church Troop 20. -
Boxlnt: FRIDAY Weit vi. Beloit
Enright, While-water; Jack Burant, Racine: Elizabeth Duesler, Bara- 9:00 NiKht 9:15» Beat • Boxing
Cloakroom Farm Hour A. M.
Other officers elected were Irv-
boo; Robert Koepsel, Milwaukee; JoAnne Taylor, Ft. Atkinson; Rose- 9:30 Civil DefenM • Boxing Woody Herman • News; Muslo REVIEWER: Wally Wikoff. «:00 Early Eisere ing Sorenson, Mt. Horeb, and C.
9:45 • Koundy • Boxing Orchestra at Your Reque, •7:00 News: Yawn Patrol A. Bergum, Black Earth, vice- Sponsored by Cufhmin
mary Olson, Beaver Dam; Margaret Dwyer, Beloit; Jane Robinson and • At Your
STORY: This somewhat altered .7:15 Weather Report chairman; Elmer NieLson, Madison,
10:00 •• News • News News and purified version of the.prize- 7:18 Yawn Patrol Sales and Servict
Sally Knack, Stouffhton; Margaret 10:15 • News of World • Frank Edwards Sports Request district commissioner, and John-
Endres, Rockford, 111.; Dolores Fox ger, Lake Geneva: Phillip Halver- 10:45 • Parade
10:30 Melody ' Ed SUtera Don Stnalko At Your winning play again recounts the 7:57 News:-ClocKwatc
Lonergan, and Leslie Morris, both
Show Some of Best Reauest upset created by the arrival of 8:30 weather Report
and rauivia Webb, «*»m.»,^.»i--.
ll u Patricia » » ^ u w » Janesville. son.. Stoaghton;• Henry, • Lex and
•* „.••. , j 8:33 Clockwatcher* of Madison, district members at BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS!
Appearing in "Antigone" will be [William Bertram, Milwaukee, and 11:00 • News: 1310 * Newi; Th» News: The Best ' Silent fading Blanche at the New Orleans 9:00 Herb Kern large.
Rob»rt Newton, Wabeno; Barbara jJeanette Flanagan, Pickett. 11:15 Club Ed RalDh Flanagan • Silent hovel of her sister, Stella, and 9:15 Ben Light
Seversori and Mary Anne Froem-! On Mar. 9 and 10, the college 11:30 Dance Hews Orch.;
I* Silent Stella's husband, Stan . . . From 9:30 WeatherBand
, Whitewater; Marie Warren, will present a play by 11:45 the start Stan,- an animalistic brute 10:00 Morning Musical Variety
Sharon; Donald Hinz, Mukwonago; Dr. John Pauley, the 'college's di- • Starred programs are also carried on corresponding FM stations with a high conception of his au- 10:45 Novelty Shc-D
10:30 Show Tunes
Join the Family Rosary
Douglas Pqulter and Joanne lied- rector of dramatics. "Of Thee I . . FM chinneb: JVIBA-FM . . . 101.5. M. WWCF (WIBU) . . . 94.9 M. thority in the house, dislikes the 11:00 Willy Luce
WISC-FM . . 98.1 M. affected Blanche whose past is 11:30 Navy Band Program
Sing" will complete the schedule 11:45 Sacred Heart
in May. fogged by fabrications . . . Grop-
WHA and WHA-FM just ing for.a final chance at security, 12:00 News: Pesey Lea P. M.
FROM F I L M L A N D : Edith that (along with all the under- be a pretty playwright, was new Blanche tries to lure Stan's poker- 12:15 Gordon MacBae
Gwynn,-The State Journal's Hol- skirts of heavy material, plus coi^ about to head east about a
43 pounds. Ann show, "Forever Is Now" when Par- playing pal, Mitch, into marriage,
12:30 Margaret Whltlni Hear the
7:00 Farm Procram
A. M. lywood correspondent, reports . . . set, etc.,) weightpounds herself! _ amount up and handed her a part but Stan's abuse drives her to in- 12:45 Eddy Arnold
7:30 Band Wagon
7:45 IJoming News
7:58 Weather Report
Humphrey -Bogart, who starts only weighs 99
in "This is Dynamite" with Bill sanity.
his first at 20th-Fox, "Deadline, In "Scaramouche," Janet Leigh Holden and Alexis Smith. It's not
1:00 AT Jolson
1:15 Son« of the Pioneer*
1:30 Ind Spot*.
8"00 MornlnE Melodies U S. A." -in December, will be is riding the same black stallion the writer's first emoting stint. HIGH POINTS: The three ex- 2:00 Richard Hayes 1:45
Contrasts In Muilo EVERY EVENING ON
8:30 Child Welfare that rode
flanked bj* Ethel Barrymore and lopedClark Gableplains when he gal- She's appeared on the stage.
over the for "Lone
itremely difficult roles of Stan, 3:00 Music to Listen to
9:20 Music (Blanche, and Stella were nobly 4:00 Juke Bex Jamboree
9-30 Rhythm and Games Kim Hunter. Alan Ladd, f i n i s h e d with jdone . . . the strain and turmoil 4:15 Easy Listening Sammy Kaye
9:50 Markets Dewey Martin really earns his Star" soon to be released. 4:30
9:55 We&tner Report
10:00 Homcmakers Program pay in "The Big Sky." He gets
'Shane," has gathered
Peter Lawford's auntie, who is a the kids — and they're up Sue and so realistic that you welcome the 5:00 Ken Adventures of Jimmy Allen
10:30 Conceri Airs knifed by lead-
mere 91 years old, visited the Lon- family ranch at Hidden Valley. the chance to relax after it's all over. 5:30 Oft the Record
10:45 Views ol the News don studio where he's been filming Suzanne Hoff, the dancer, and ra- LOW POINTS: Some instances 6:15 Package of Now Records 5:55 News; Musical Menu
31:00 History of Wortd War II ing lady Eliza-
1V50 Noon Muslcale beth Threatt, al- "The Hour of Thirteen" and de- dio producer Elliott Denning have of over-dramatization even for 6:30 Musical Menu
12:20 News cided she'd become an actress for been secretly wed for three months. 7:00 Showcase SUNDAY 9:30 P.M.
12:30 Farm Prosram most drowns in Blanche who is supposed to he 7:25 Football
1:00 Chapter a Day o n e sequence, Jie first time in her life—albeit an 9:30 Lawrence Welle
' 1 :30 Book Trails
2:00 The People Act.
2:30 Music You Want
3:00 Radio Journal
3:15 French Proeram
3:30 Music 01 the Masters
^ets beaten up by-
kirk Douglas -in
another, gets - an
a r r o w in his
back, g e t s
ancient one. So Director Harold Myrna Loy, still toiling in "Young dramatic.
French and Pete put her in a cafe Man in a Hurry", is making ready VERDICT: Excellent treatment 10:45 Sammy Kaye
scene with some other "supers"— for a visit from her new husband, of Tennessee Williams' play; not 11:00 Bob Cole
and she had the time of her life. Howland Sargent, deputy secretary recommended for children or the 11:15 Barclay Allen
Pete's mother, Lady May Lawford, of state for public affairs. He's due naive.
9:55 News: Jan Garber
10:30 Bob Cole -
12:00 Let's Have run from 12 til 1.
4:30 For the Children
5:00 Musical Varieties thrown irom a does an occasional film role in Hol- in Hollywood in a few days.-Sargent
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5:16 Musical Varieties
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