The family name was originally "TOŁOCZKO" but there is no Ł in Latin/French/English so Toloczko. As a Russian citizen his family name in Russian must have been "ТОЛОЧКО".
Apparently Toloff believed that there was no such thing as bad publicity.
By the time Toloff registered for the Draft on June 5, 1917 he was both living and working in Evanston. He was living at 616 Hinman Avenue
|616 Hinman Avenue, Evanston, Illinois|
He mentioned on his registration form that he was the sole support of both his mother and his father, but war was war, and that did not keep him out of the Service. From the Chicago Daily Tribune of May 22, 1918:
|Hotel La Salle, Chicago|
I could not find any further mention of the lawsuit or its outcome - perhaps they decided to settle out of court.
|Ad from Northwestern University Syllabus - 1924|
|Ad from Northwestern University Syllabus - 1928|