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Riddle me this, RayDio;

Where can you hear the 1964-65 Coca-Cola Carillon today? Where was it transplanted?

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answer: Schulmerich Carillons, Incorporated ! The particular model was the Schulmerich Carillon Americana.

[This message has been edited by Park Bench (edited 12-05-2000).]

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Hear the Carillon now:

<a href="http://www.schulmerichbells.com/images/ocome_2s.wav" target="_blank">www.schulmerichbells.com/images/ocome_2s.wav</a>

(I thought it was a tough question.)

[This message has been edited by Ray in Pasadena (edited 11-26-2000).]

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Ok, you asked for a tough one, here it is.

HER father co-produced a show that played two years at NYWF plus the Seattle World's Fair.

Who is "HER"??

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[This message has been edited by Ray in Pasadena (edited 11-26-2000).]

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Sorry, no prizes were awarded for that last question.

"HER" is Barbara Walters. She's the daughter of Lou Walters, co-producer of "Les Poupees de Paris" at NYWF and the Seattle World's Fair.

Also, "Lou Walter's Latin Quarter" was a New York City legendary nightclub starring many of the world's most famous entertainers.

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World's Fair connection -- Virginia Lee Green LeRoy who worked at Pepsi at the fair worked at Latin Quarter after the fair, I spent many nights back stage with the people that made the Quarter what is was.

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More Trivia...

Looking at the Unisphere from the outer circle of concrete at its base, how far (in miles) from the earth would you have to be to see Earth the same size as the Unisphere?

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