Milestones, Sep. 21, 1936

Sued for Divorce— British Actress Gladys Cooper; by Sir Neville Pearson, publisher of Country Life; in London.

Named corespondent was Actor Philip Merivale, who was bedded with Actress Cooper in the opening scene of last season's Manhattan dramatic success, Call It a Day.

Sued for Divorce— Maria Lutz, famed blonde halfback on Vienna's "Tempo" female football team; by her husband, Karl Lutz; in Vienna. Charge: she left him to cook, keep house, tend the baby while she played football.

Died. Irving Thalberg, 37, production chief of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer; of pneumonia; in Santa Monica, Calif. After...

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