People, Sep. 25, 1939

Dominic Mussolini, 57, unemployed steel worker, second cousin of the Italian dictator, with whom he used to play as a child, became a U. S. citizen in Warren, Ohio. Anton Lang Jr., professor of German at Georgetown University, son of the late Cristus of the Oberammergau Passion Play, filed a petition for U. S. citizenship in Washington, D. C.

At an American Ballad Contest of barbershop quartets and Gibson Girl trios in Manhattan's Central Park, rasp-voiced

Alfred Emanuel Smith, one of the judges, suddenly waved a borrowed derby, sawed his way through The Bowery, joined in an explosive rendition of Sweet Adeline.

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