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Will Give "Fanny and the Servant Problem"
Publication:
Local News, 28 Apr 1916, p. 1


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Media Type:
Newspaper
Item Type:
Articles
Notes:
A play will be presented at New Trier May 12. Horatio Chandler, who was out with a sore throat, is recovered sufficiently to perform. Description of the plot. Helen Osgood will play "Fanny". Miner Cobwin [sic] [Coburn]. Elizabeth Greeley, Gertrude Faber, Clara Snydacker, Guilford Windes, Virginia Arnold, Hariet Chamberlin, William Mann, John King.

Competition to choose literary team for contest in Lake Forest held last week. Names mentioned include Preston Kavanaugh, Guilford Windes, William Freeman, Frenklin Kohler, Charles Stonehill, Frank Sayles, Richard Shoniger, Miner Cobwin [sic], Elizabeth Duffee

Last Monday Miss Laura Williams of Winnetka sang several Shakespearian songs accompanied by Mrs Kohlsaat.

Orchestra rehearsal was well attended a week ago because refreshments were served.

Annual tennis tournament for 1916 will begin Monday under supervision of Mr. Kahler and Roland White. Shelby Singleton, 1915, won last year's tournament.


Junior swimming team entered the annual A A.F. swimming meet last week winning second place.

New Trier won its first league baseball victory this season defeating Morton last Saturday.














Date of Publication:
28 Apr 1916
Subject(s):
Corporate Name(s):
New Trier Township High School
Local identifier:
Wilmette.News.291823
Language of Item:
English
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Will Give "Fanny and the Servant Problem"