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About The Omaha guide. (Omaha, Neb.) 1927-19?? | View Entire Issue (Sept. 22, 1937)
National Figures of Theatrical and
Sports World I
3 IVY ANDERSON, sensational swing vtV'nlist with tihe
j] Dfufee Ellington Aggregation.
Lloyd Hunter and is Ultra Mo
dem Swingsters will swing out
as they open at the, Music Box,
STEPIN FETCHIT, wCHd’s famed colored screen com—
edian—gets $760.00 per week for acting dumb.
JOE LOUIS, world's heavy
weight champion of the squared
circle. I&is made a forUme in
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LeDRUE GALLOWAY, one of
the great football players produc
ed by Nebraska, a star for two
years at Iowa university before
his untimely death in 1926. Le.
drue was the son of Mr. C. C.
Galloway and the present Mrs.
| Flurna Cooper of Monrovia, Calif.
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CAB CALLOWAY, orchestra Reader of hi—de—ho fame
and Cotton Club favorite.
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ETHEL WATERS, Popular Star of Radio, Stage
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LOUTS ARMSTRONG, world’s
pi catest Cornetists—heads an all
colored Radio Broadcast over a
BILL “Bojangles" ROBINSON World's
dancer, a star of tip screen, radio and dtage.
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