People, Jul. 13, 1936

"Names make news." Last week these names made this news:

Closing her hit play, Victoria Regina, in Manhattan, Actress Helen Hayes journeyed to Chicago with her husband, Playwright Charles MacArthur (Front Page), to defend an alienation-of-affections suit brought by his first wife. In 1920 MacArthur, then a flighty Chicago newshawk, married a fellow-reporter named Carol Frink. She divorced him in 1926. In 1928 he married Actress Hayes. Iri 1932 two cinema magazines published confessional interviews with Cinemactress Hayes clearly intimating that MacArthur had ditched Miss Frink for her. Miss Frink then sued her...

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