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Re: Origins of call letters

In fact, the "W" stood for nothig.  It was always Cambridge, Arlington,
Somerville... the famous "Wiccas Island".  Was a good station.  Radio used
to be good. :) shel
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From: Sean P. Smyth <ssmyth@tiac.net>
To: Bill Piacentini <billpi@ll.mit.edu>;
Date: Wednesday, March 18, 1998 9:37 AM
Subject: Origins of call letters

>On 18 March 1998 at 7:56 p.m., you wrote:
>>but didn't see WCAS (WatertownCambridgeArlingtonSouthboston)
>>Okay, I just wanted to see if anybody was reading. I know it's Sudbury!
>South Boston? Being associated with Cambridge? Talk about polar opposites.
><g> The 'S' in WCAS actually stood for Somerville.
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