WMAQ sportscaster (and Chicago Daily News sportwriter) Hal Totten and an unidentified
WMAQ engineer in the Wrigley Field press booth on a chilly (presumably spring)
day around 1927. Beginning in 1925, WMAQ broadcast all the home games of the Chicago
Cubs. The radio deal that WMAQ station manager Judith
Waller negotiated with Cubs owner P.K Wrigley (the first of its kind) led
to a significant increase in fan attendance at the ballpark.