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World Radio Progress Prize to Weagant The Wireless Age Magazine Jan. 1921 P7

This rare, ancient, Wireless Age, January 1921 issue of the now defunct, early radio magazine - The Wireless Age - on Page 7 had the following;
The Wireless Age Page 7, January 1921 [20 Kbyte] "World Wide Wireless.

Institute Awards Prize to Weagant
The Lieut. Colonel Liebman Memorial Prize, consisting of the interest for the 1919 on $10,000, and awarded for the best work of the year in progressive discovery tending toward the advancement of radio, has been awarded to Rot A. Weagant, consulting Engineer of the Radio Corporation of America, for his discovery of a method for elimination of static interference."

Radio Progress Considered Phenomenal
An appreciation of radio communication that should serve to stimulate every worker in the field appears in the Annual Report of the Chief Signal Officer of the Army, wherein General Squier observes:
In the radio art progress continues to be nothing short of phenomenal."

German Radio Apparatus Confiscated
The Entente has served notice of confiscation upon Germany of millions of dollars' worth of telephone, telegraph and wireless apparatus, claiming it is war material, because it was manufactured during the period of hostilities."

Mississippi Towboats to Have Wireless
The War department has shipped from Washington wireless outfits to be set up in St. Louis, Memphis and New Orleans and upon the six Mississippi Tow-boats which will comprise the new experimental power fleet for the St. Louis-New Orleans barge operation."

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