Will Rogers appears in Broadway's "Ziegfeld's Follies"
Con bey's Annuls Palter. Other scenes, some of them before the front drop, and soms In elaborate sets occupying the whole stage, were largely settings for showgirl display, and for good deal of dancing and a little sing ing, win Rogers, cowboy comedian, came all by himself, and twirled coils of rope while he dispensed patter about topics or local and general news. He remarked that Homer Moore was hav ing more trouble with '"Louis XIV than Henry VIII had with all his wives. and mentioned the auto show, the com pletion of the free bridge and the re fusal of Secretary Saunders to accept farewell dinner from the Chamber of Commerce. "Ha seemed to think it wasn t on the level." He commented "vell. nes been with them long enough to know." Interesting facts about prohibition In Oklahoma and pop ular priced motor cars In Kansas; were also In Rogers amusing meditations