The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 92, July 1988 - April, 1989 Page: 125
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J. Frank Dobie and Walter Prescott Webb
J. Frank Dobie at the Texas State Network microphone in 1941. Courtesy Elithe
serts. Now that he was on the air, and his countrymen all over Texas
were listening, his full-blown fresh-air version of stampedes came
forth. This, in turn, stampeded the directors (Conrad Fath, in charge
of music, and Howard Lumpkin, in charge of everything else) into
dizzy midair maneuvers as they wrenched and pulled the show into the
time zone Mr. Dobie had created. Lumpkin sprinted back and forth
from cast to chorus to control room, cutting a slice of music here, a
wedge of words there, while Fath held a stern baton over his precision-
Here’s what’s next.
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