Miscellany: Jun. 10, 1929

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In Hollywood last week from Chicago arrived one Charles Loeb, German actor, rouged, dressed in checked pants, derby, tap-dance shoes. He travelled by express in a wooden box pointed at the ends so that he would not be stood on his head. His purpose: To "crash" the Pathe studios, play jack-in-the-box when the case was opened, dance, get a job. Result: Discovered in Culver City, Cal., he was held "on charges of conspiracy to defeat and evade the interstate commerce laws.


In New York City, Frank ("Daredevil Jack") Latkowsk' did a Jackknife dive...

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