Episode 40: This week, quizmaster Ryan Greene tests the passersby of downtown Englewood in hopes of avoiding utter confusion.
THE QUESTION: In 1932, Englewood inventor Victor Farris introduced what popular cardboard container that is still in use today?
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THE ANSWER: Englewood's Farris replaced the traditional glass milk bottle of the day with the paper milk carton in 1932. The ingenious Farris coated the container with a thin layer of wax to prevent the liquid from seeping through the material and to preserve freshness.