People: Jul. 28, 1930

"Names make news." Last week the following names made the following news:

Jesse Louis Lasky, cineman, one of Colyumist Bob Davis' friends who have been writing his colyum in the New York Sim while he recuperates from an accident (TIME, June 16), revealed that he once wrote and sold to Davis two short stories, which Davis published in Munsey's Magazine which he then edited (1904-1920). Further revelation: the author of "My Brudda Sylvest," oldtime Italian dialect song, was Jesse Louis Lasky.

Horace Liveright, Manhattan pub lisher, denied...

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