YES OR NO?
The News Will Tell You First Through the
Greatest Election Return Services Ever
Established in Michigan
Beginning at eight o'clock and until 12 midnight Tuesday, every facility of The News will be mustered to give Detroit the quickest election news service that has ever been obtained in Michigan. Returns will be flashed from The News Building to a screen opposite which will be easily visible to the public from either Lafayette or Second Boulevards. Between the flashes, motion pictures and animated cartoons by members of The News will entertain spectators.
RETURNS BY RADIO PHONE
Those having wireless telephones are urged to make up parties and get the election news by this novel method. Musical numbers will also be sent by radio between flashes of the returns. This will be the first radio phone returns of a presidential election ever transmitted.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES, CHURCHES AND
LODGES MAY ARRANGE FOR NEWS
Regularly listed clubs, churches, lodges, schools and societies may arrange to get the election returns hot off The News wires by calling Cherry 7500, Line 31, between 8 a. m. and 8 p. m., Friday and Saturday, and 8 a. m. to 12 noon on Monday. No application will be received later than Monday noon.
The Detroit News has augmented its telephone facilities and installed special equipment to be able to render Detroit's organization's the finest election bulletin services obtainable in Michigan. Clubs and lodges which have obtained The News service must not use their telephones for other than receiving election returns between the hours of 8 and 12 p. m., Tuesday. No incoming or individual calls will be received between these hours. Such lines as obtained the new service must wait for the bell to ring and answer promptly by removing the receiver. Immediately after the bulletin is transmitted the receiver must be replaced.
Organizations will be called and given the latest News bulletins, covering national and local issues just as fast as humanly possible.
MAKE YOUR APPLICATIONS EARLY
Motion Pictures and Cartoons.
Everyone is invited to The News' showing of Election Returns on Tuesday evening from 8 to 12. The News screen will be easily visible to observers from both Layfayette and Second Boulevards.
Being served by more news gathering agencies than any other paper in Michigan, The News will be able to give Detroit the most complete and fastest service available.
Between the showing of Election Returns, spectators will be entertained with motion pictures produced by the Famous Players, Fox and Pathe companies. Cartoons by members of The News staff will also be shown.
Radio phone service for those who might have this equipment will be continuous from eight to midnight. Musical selections by artists of The News Band will be sent as well as news of the election. Invite your friends to listen to this novel instrument.
The Detroit News