Metro Detroit: Newsmakers Dec 10, 2006

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Detroit News:

It was a meeting of the generations. The lad was 22, eager and ambitious for a job in sports journalism. He showed up armed at the winter baseball meetings with a microphone and some sort of primitive recording apparatus. The plan was to interview Connie Mack, nearing 78, gray-haired, with his high, starched collar, and still active as a major-league baseball manager with the Philadelphia Athletics. Mr. Mack -- that was how he was addressed throughout baseball -- granted the lad his interview. The youth introduced himself as Ernie Harwell... Harwell shares some treasured memories with fans (Sun 12/10)



Ann Arbor News:

WDIV-Channel 4 meteorologist Andrew Humphrey loves his job, and on Monday, he appeared at Bessie Hoffman Elementary School to tell students that things they are currently learning could be the foundation for their own enjoyable careers. Humphrey spoke to nearly 200 students in grades two through five about how he turned his childhood interest in math and science into his current job as a weatherman... TV weatherman promotes learning Andrew Humphrey speaks at Bessie Hoffman Elementary School (Sun 12/10)

 

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This page contains a single entry by Mike Austerman published on December 10, 2006 9:35 AM.

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