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WSGW Morning Team Show: October 24, 2018

Waking up on a WSGW Wednesday Morning Team Show with Charlie and Dave and Pat and YOU…..

 

The WSGW Food For Families Campaign starts today!

Charlie and Dave and Pat and Art talked about the kickoff (runs 6:08)…..

 

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Charlie brought up with Dave and Pat an interesting ruling in the Eastern Michigan University case of dropping sports due to budget concerns.   A judge ruled two women’s sports have to be reinstated  (runs 5:05)…..  (this podcast segment was clipped at the start)

Link to Detroit Free Press story referenced

Link to previous Detroit Free Press story from May when cuts first announced

 

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The New OnLine Poll for YOU…..

WSGW OnLine Poll: Michigan Ballot Proposal Regarding Voting

 

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Detroit Lions Trade for a Defensive Tackle

 

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What was the last great book you read?   Do you agree with this survey?

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Readers nationwide say a coming-of-age story about racism and injustice is America’s best-loved novel.   Harper Lee’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” emerged as No. 1 in PBS’ “The Great American Read” survey.   The results were announced on Tuesday’s finale of “The Great American Read” TV series. More than 4 million votes were cast in the six-month-long contest that put 100 titles to the test.   Books that were published as part of a series were counted as a single entry.   The other top-five finishers in order of votes were the “Outlander” series;  the “Harry Potter” books;  “Pride & Prejudice”  and “The Lord of the Rings” series.

 

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A 56-year-old bonsai tree stolen, as the owner says, “It’s 56 years old how can you put a value on that?”

(Hawaii County Police Department via AP)

 

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Wake Up Song of the Day:   The Rolling Stones “Jumpin’ Jack Flash“.   Bill Wyman is 82.

 

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