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Trigon Club Stages Show To Aid Its Welfare Fund
April 29, 1963
Newport, R. I., Daily News
Newport, Rhode Island

A Cast of more than 40 presented the Trigon Club's annual musical show, "Carnival Americana," Friday and Saturday night in the Rogers High School auditorium. More than 1,000 sdaw the show during the two-night run. Proceeds will go to the club's welfare fun.

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Tony Razza, Mike DeCotis and Cal Ford furnished the comedy in three skits, "Sardo the Magician," "The Man on the Flying Trapeze," sung by Jim Eddy and "The Wizards of the Washbord." Bill and Bob Cowsill performed duets on the electrical guitar. "This Was A Real Nice Clambake" was done by Winnie Sullivan, Nancy O'Brien, NOrma Campbell, Margaretta Landry, Bill Lacey, Tim Fitzgerald, Ward nason, and Bill Wardlow.

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