Solomon Bromer should be in this group.
17 Contestants Win Place in Radio Bee The 17 contestants who made the best showing for their schools in the 14th annual Eagle Current Events Bee last night will compete Tuesday evening in the radio bee. The radio match will be broadcast over Station W N Y C. Municipal Building, from 8 to 10 p. m. All the candidates will start with the same amount of points, and the winner will not only receive $50 In gold but also a $170 Majestic console cabinet radio 3et. This award has been offered by Julien Loeb, president of the Specialty Service Corporation at 575 Atlantic ave. The Judges of the radio bee will be Boro President George U. Harvey of Queens, Dr. William J. O'Shea, superintendent of schools, and Albert Goldman, commissioner of Plant and Structures. H. V. Kaltenborn, associate editor of The Eagle, who acted as chairman and interrogator at the current events bee, will act In the same capacity at the radio match.