People: Nov. 4, 1929

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Mae Murray, flutter-footed cinemactress, sued Fox Theatres Corp., Peter Clark, Inc., Flatbush Ave. & Nevins St. Co. and William Fox Circuit of Theatres for $250,000, claiming that while dancing at the Fox Theatres (Brooklyn) last December her heel caught in a crack on the stage causing her to trip, fall, break a bone in the invaluable left foot of Mae Murray.

Nicholas Horthy, son of Hungary's Regent, Admiral Nicholas Horthy, was thrown from his pony, dragged along the field while playing in a Budapest polo game. His mother and father were...

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