Radio Broadcast People and Events



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Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Scopes “Monkey” Trial



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: The Automobile



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Teapot Dome Scandal



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Harlem Renaissance



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Red Scare



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Prohibition



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers

The Model T Ford


Radio Broadcast People and Events

Your broadcast must contain the assigned topic. You must also choose one person or event from six of the following eight categories. Do not choose two people from the same category. People or events used in your main story do not count toward the total of six.


Must Contain: Flapper Fashion



Political Figures

J. Edgar Hoover

Warren G. Harding

Calvin Coolidge

Herbert Hoover

A. Mitchell Palmer

Frank B. Kellogg

Vladimir Lenin


Athletes

Jack Dempsey

Babe Ruth

Lou Gehrig

Red Grange

Bobby Jones

Knute Rockne

Johnny Weissmuller

Gertrude Ederle

Helen Willis


Criminals

Sacco & Vanzetti

Leopold & Loeb

“1919 Black Sox”

John T. Scopes

Al Capone

George “Bugs” Moran

Charles “Lucky” Luciano

Ben “Bugsy” Siegel
Actors

John Barrymore

Charlie Chaplin

Mary Pickford

Rudolph Valentino

Buster Keaton

Will Rodgers

Clara Bow


Authors

Langston Hughes

Sinclair Lewis

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Robert Frost

Ezra Pound

James Joyce

Edith Warton

T. S. Eliot

Ernest Hemmingway

Gertrude Stein

William Faulkner


Musicians/ Composers

Al Jolsen

George Gershwin

Louis Armstrong

Duke Ellington

Cole Porter


Miscellaneous

Charles Lindbergh

Amelia Earhart

Henry Ford

Margaret Sanger

Albert Lasker

Clarence Darrow

Marcus Garvey


Misc. Events

Tulsa Race Riots

Discovery of King Tut’s Tomb

St. Valentine’s Day Massacre

Harlem Renaissance

Returning Soldiers



The Model T Ford



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