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"Halls of Ivy" Congratulations on WTIC's 25th Anniversary, February 10, 1950
This was provided by Edward Sehlhorst, an archivist for the Old Time Radio
Reasearchers Group www.otrr.org. Their mission is to aggregate all available
materials relating to each radio series broadcast during the Golden Age
of Radio and provide it to the public at no cost via www.archive.org and
He is currently engaged in the project of "The Halls of Ivy". In
that series, one broadcast, "The Snowman" from Feb 10, 1950, episode
006, announces a congratulatory message to WTIC celebrating their 25th
The above link is to the closing credits. Here is their documentation:
02/10/1950 006 The Halls of Ivy The Snowman
Sponsored by: Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co.
First Line: Five people didn't go to bed at all last night here at Ivy. Grogan, the campus policeman who was making his rounds. Two sophomores and a freshman who were investigating certain mathematical phenomena, such as the odds of drawing to an inside ...
Plot: President Hall is disturbed because his students haven't built a Christmas snowman in front of his house.
Credits: Ronald Colman, Benita Hume, Alan Reed, Gloria Gordon, Arthur Q. Bryan, Don Quinn (creator, writer), Walter Newman (writer), Nat Wolff (director), Henry Russell (composer, conductor), Ken Carpenter (announcer),
End of Show: Ronald Colman presents a PSA on behalf of the Heart Association. Ken Carpenter announces Congratulations to Connecticut station WTIC, on their 25th Anniversary. Network following program is We The People.