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Radio: Programs Previewed: Nov. 28, 1938

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For seven days beginning Friday, November 25. All times are EST. All programs subject to change without notice.

U. S. Statesmen (Fri. 4 p. m. NBC-Blue, 4:15 p. m. CBS) sail for the Pan-American Conference at Lima, Peru. Delegates, led by Secretary of State Cordell Hull, speak from a Manhattan pier.

Henry Armstrong v. Ceferino Garcia (Fri. 10 p. m. NBC-Blue). Postponed welterweight championship fight from Madison Square Garden.

Tristan und Isolde (Fri. 11:45 p. m. NBC-Blue). Act III of Richard Wagner’s opera of love and death from the Chicago City Opera with Tenor Paul Althouse, Soprano Kirsten Flagstad in the title roles.

Army v. Navy (Sat. 1:15 p. m. NBC-Blue, CBS, MBS). Season’s climactic service-school football game from Municipal Stadium, Philadelphia.

Metropolitan Opera (Sat. 1:55 p. m. NBC-Red) opens its eighth successive radio season with its revival of Gluck’s Orpheus and Eurydice. Contralto Kerstin Thorborg, Soprano Irene Jessner in the title roles.

Arturo Toscanini (Sat. 10 p. m. NBC-Blue) conducts the NBC Symphony in Bedrich Smetana’s overture to The Bartered Bride, Giuseppe Martucci’s First Symphony, Kurt Atterberg’s Midsummer Dances, Maurice Ravel’s second Daphnis et Chloe suite.

Frank Buchman (Sun. II a. m. MBS). Oxford Group’s founder and leader speaks by short wave from London on “Moral Rearmament.”

Dr. Paul van Zeeland (Thurs. 9:30 p. m. NBC-Blue). Onetime Belgian Premier debates with Economists William Wilson Cumberland, Ruth Alexander, James Harvey Rogers, Leland Rex Robinson in America’s Town Meeting. Subject: “Is an Economic Plan for World Peace Possible?”

The Giant’s Stair (Thurs. 10 p. m. CBS). Columbia Workshop presents Charles R. Jackson’s radio adaptation of Wilbur Daniel Steele’s one-act play.

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