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March 14, 1935

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MARCH 14, 1935 r oD RECEPTION i012Y W.-7-UAlleu uglcal Feature Service l~ay radio receiver one I found a very inter- )emg given over the relaying at about meters for WBZ in Massa- After listening a while I Position slightly and jar- a little on which the The reception sud- weak and broken. I ~ Program again and then buml)ed the tuning knob or. So 1 had to tune after that 1 shifted Such a way that my heel rather sharply. Again I m order to get good re- this experience was in- it showed something delicacy of adjustment get good results with any However, I in the way it il- fundamental points contacts between human many other living things. st place, there is the rela- te (distance) to good re- kind. Only a few nfin- began listening to this ~n in Massachusetts i ~everal amateurs talking on meter band", none of thrown out of hearing by rbances like those noted eed 1 re:nember that the ed to be shaken rather a Southern California lug reelatively little power and that the only result reception monlentar- to he made to get on after the disturbance the lnere fact was near accounted for its being so easy to :option as compared with station. Ys of school teaching I .Conditions strikingly sin> the school room. The PuDits who followed the the lesson and who no- 3mts developed bv the s always larger amongst the teacher than it was far away. In other was noticeably af- Stances even in a single ter of fact, 1 had noticed )n in mv undergraduate ege and "1 always took a e professor if free ,to do very difficult for six feet of the pro- ry recitation period for am sure that the good in this way was Onsible for nly being able good work xperiences ;II of .my ;~ the con- to bring me in contacts between hv- reception is a matter sometimes of life ~ortance. Mauy lower as :nany nleu have es because their cries for Properly received by Many a warning red worthless because of by the individual need- good reception is for a hearer be- sending a mssage or neglects to use the , or to give other aids to :ot long ago, one of my me a question about bi- answered without tak- words that he knew. :range to him and his re- ly answer was poor on Vv'hen I revised my Leet the condition of his reception became good. had not been changed :Onditions of his receiv- ing ond receiving wouhl 'rthless alike After all, Poor if the reception is thless if the reception is od reception demands t)roper equipment and correct action at both ends of the transmission line. --:O:~ SO THE PEOPLE MAY KNOW We will send the Catalina Islander, postpaid, to any address in the United States, for: Three Months ................................ 50 Six Months .................................... $I.00 One Year ........................................ $2.00 Three Years ............................... $5.00 --- : 0 : ------~-- Do you know that Avalon has one of the finest all-year climates on the Pacific Coast ? 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