How The Largest Audience in History Heard the Description of the Dempsey-Carpentier Contest Through Use of the Radiophone
Bridgeport, Conn. Colonial Hall; audience of 500 enjoyed the returns.
F. M. Ham (Bridgeport Radio Club)
Wilmington, Delaware. The Playhouse entertained an audience of 574.
W. S. Wilson.
Albany, N. Y. Odd Fellows Hall held an audience of 100.
F. H. Myers.
Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Merchants and Manufacturers Association had an audience of 100.
H. J. Hasbrouck.
Newark, N. J. Kruger's Auditorium; audience 303.
A. Wester (Radio Club of Irvington, N. J.)
Paterson. N. J. Lyceum Theatre; audience 289.
E. M. Graf (Paterson Radio Club).
Bridgeton, N. J. Criterion Theatre; audience 358.
Bridgeton Radio Club.
Bethlehem, Pa. Coliseum; audience of 200.
Lehigh Valley Radio Club.
Asbury Park. N. J. Park Theatre, had audience of 264.
H. J. McCullom.
Yonkers, N. Y. Elks Club; audience of 100.
Edwin H. Armstrong.
Perth Amboy, N. J. Majestic Theatre; audience 250.
John J. Hallahan.
Elmira, N. Y. Mozart Theatre; audience of 200.
Freeport, L. I. Auditorium; audience of 199.
John G. Newberry.
Williamsport, Pa. Majestic Theatre; audience of 200.
F. J. Demarest.
Stamford, Conn. Elks Hall; audience of 100.
J. Edw. Brown.
Springfield, Mass. Plaza Theatre; audience of 410.
Springfield Radio Club.
Trenton, N. J. The Arena; audience of 408.
Cranford, N. J. Greenford Theatre; audience of 150.
T. J. Larsen.
New Haven. Conn. The Arena; audience 100.
J. T. Butler.
Utica, N. Y. Gaiety Theatre; audience 790.
George M. Benas.
New York City:
Van Kelton's Stadium. 8th Ave., 57th St.; audience 547.
F. J. Brick
Loew's New York Roof, Broadway & 45th St.; audience 1200
Mrs. Eleanor Regan.
Burland's Open Air, 985 Prospect Ave.; audience 168.
M. W. Woodman.
Oval Gardens, Southern Boulevard & 163rd St.; audience 221.
Majestic Roof, St. Nicholas Ave., 185th St.; audience 265.
L. M. Cockaday.
Loew's American Roof, 8th Ave. and 42nd St.; audience 409.
Fred. A. Gritzner.
Moorish Gardens; audience 496.
Brighton Beach Music Hall; audience 500.
A. H. Rodde.
Queensboro Athletic Club, L. I. City; audience 500.
Wm. F. Diehl.
Sumner Theatre, Brooklyn; audience 300.