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1954

DOT Picnic 

 

 

A valuable contribution to the picnic was provided by Telecommunications personnel, in the special broadcasting equipment which they had set up. This combined with the announcer's skill helped the sport convener, Bill Munro, keep the events running very smoothly. The Man at the mike, was Dennis Wood.

 

The equiment was selected and assembled in the office of the Chief Inspector of Telecommunications, W. A. Caton and the special cabinets for speakers were constructed in the Radio Test Room.

 

The photo shows the men from Telecommunications who set up the equipment for the picnic, W.A. Caton, V. Brister, C.D. Kenny, G. Ventura and the Man at the Mike, Dennis Wood.

 

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