Foreign News: Incognito Penetrated

Smart Berliners delighted to entertain last week their favorite among living U. S. novelists, Sinclair Lewis. Snooping newsgatherers followed Novelist Lewis to a very small, very select little dinner. Who was the swarthy man with whom he talked so much?

A great deal of snooping was required to discover that this personage was the notorious Count Michael Karolyi, onetime President of an ephemeral regime in Hungary, and classed by the U. S. State Department as "an undesirable radical" (TIME, March 2, 1925).

The Count, who had thus far preserved a complete incognito in Berlin, said...

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