ITALY: Addresses

Count Antonio Cippico, Italian Senator and delegate to the League of Nations, stepped ashore at Manhattan and rolled off on his sea legs to Williamstown, Mass, where, when his legs get accustomed to dry land, he will fire volleys of salutes at Benito Mussolini, Premier of Italy.

The real subject of his address will be: Italy and the Mediterranean Area. ''My first lecture," he said, "will deal with the history of the Mediterranean until Columbus discovered America and the Mediterranean lost much of its importance. The second will deal with the big...

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