Sport: World Series, Oct. 15, 1934

Will Rogers occupied a box with Henry Ford. Cinemactor George Raft sat with Radio's Father Coughlin. Bradenton, Fla. changed its name to Deanville. Two men died of heart failure. Children in Detroit were happy: a radio was installed in every schoolhouse auditorium to enable them to hear about it. A newborn baby was named Marvin Dean Gonda. The members of the Byrd Expedition at Little America learned that Funnyman Joe E. Brown was in Detroit. To the U. S. public, the meaning of this series of irrelevant...

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