This year, 1941, brought to the campus the second issue of "OAKS", the college yearbook, and
the second publication of its nature in eighteen years. Before the first issue of "OAKS" in 1940 for
a period of time the last issue of the…
Three years ago St. Ambrose College of the Air had its origin. Programs were
presented weekly from the large music studio on the top floor of venerable Ambrose
Hall. The music studio was improvised into a radio studio by the addition of hanging…
Standing left to right — Schmidt, Kern, Jacobs, Young.
Sec.Tea—LaCesa, Kennedy, Hennessey, L. Kledt, Jung.
Very important committees in the Guild were the two dealing with production.
Ben Kough; Moline, III., headed the St. Ambrose branch…
weekly column concerning various broadcasts was written by a member of the publicity committee and published in the
"Catholic Messenger" and the "Ambrosian
News". "The Crest" also published news
concerning the guild in its columns. James
T. Quinn of…
Radio Production Class
Flynn, Kern, Jacobs, Fr. Williams, Kough, Mullen, LaCesa, Gabriel,
Farrell, O'Malley, Rafferty, Quinn
Three courses are now on the schedule, the first—"Radio Program Production"—is a two-hour
course dealing with…