People, Jun. 7, 1937

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

Inside "The Yacht Club," midtown Manhattan nightspot, a lady bouncer named Lois de Fee (6 ft. 3 in., 180 Ib.) claimed that little Lew Brice, Comedienne Fanny's brother, suddenly turned on her and gave her a rabbit punch, then blacked both eyes, broke her nose. Arrested, Brice claimed Bouncer de Fee started it.

Outside "Bill's Gay Nineties," midtown Manhattan nightspot, Cinemauthor Adela Rogers St. John, her husband Francis Patrick O'Toole and friends Daniel Higgins & Will Wright claimed they were set upon without provocation by...

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