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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Hebert Wallace Wally Butterworth (1901- February 24, 1974) was an American radio announcer and host of variety and quiz shows.Butterworth was born in Philadelphia in 1901. From an early age he wanted to be a singer. He took singing lessons and after graduating from Swarthmore High School as president of his class, went on two successful singing tours in Canada and the eastern United States.Butterworth auditioned for the role as an announcer for NBC radio in New York City in the early 1930s. He got the job and was stationed in Chicago, Illinois. He covered the Chicago Civic Opera, the symphony, football games and livestock parades. After a stint in the Navy, he was hired as the announcer of Vox Pop, but in 1936, co-host Jerry Belcher left the program and Butterworth took over as host. In 1939 the show moved from NBC radio to CBS radio.
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