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A Radio Program Is Born --- At WUOM

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
October
Year
1950
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UM Teachers Of English Learn How To Make Tape Recordings For WUOM, October 29, 1953

UM Teachers Of English Learn How To Make Tape Recordings For WUOM, October 29, 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1953
Caption
Three foreign teachers of English are given instructions for making a tape recording for University radio station WUOM. The three teachers who are studying at the English Language Institute on campus, made a recording yesterday at the institute office for broadcast over Michigan radio stations. William Bender, Jr., of WUOM, holds the microphone up for Mrs. Mei-Soo Chu Lin of Taina, Formosa. Watching are Elias Eliascos of South Quadrangle, from Athens, Greece, at left, and Fernando Carneiro daSilva of White St., from Sao Paulo, Brazil, at right. The two men will be among a dozen foreign teachers to appear in a roundtable discussion tonight at the Rackham Building. The discussion will be sponsored by Pi Lambda Theta and Phi Delta Kappa, honorary education fraternities, at 8 p.m. in the assembly room.

18-Petaled Tiger Lilies in Bloom at William Bender's Home, July 1960

18-Petaled Tiger Lilies in Bloom at William Bender's Home, July 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 28, 1960
Caption
Unusual Tiger Lilies: Mr. and Mrs. William Bender, jr., of 2800 Cranbrook Dr., had several 18-petaled tiger lilies in bloom in their yard this week. The plants which normally have blossoms containing six petals, have three tiers of petals on each bloom.

University of Michigan President Harlan Hatcher Questioned on Dismissal of University Professors, August 1954

University of Michigan President Harlan Hatcher Questioned on Dismissal of University Professors, August 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 27, 1954
Caption
President Contemplative: University President Harlan Hatcher (right), appears deep in thought as he is questioned by reporters regarding the Regent's decision to fire two of three faculty members involved in Communist inquiries in the state last May. Also meditative is Arthur L. Brandon (left), director of University relations. Holding the microphone is William Bender, Jr., of the U-M Broadcasting Service.