Yes, I see what you are saying. Someone signed it and I have no idea if it was him. What's more is, of course, not the worst I've seen, but not easy to make out the letters perfectly. I did find the both drafts. I am so glad you asked this, because I looked at the signature and realized that it is very distinct that same on both and on the naturalization, identical. Helped me to read the one I couldn't get as well on the naturalization, and it was spelled Brzozowski on both draft records.
He petitions/makes a declaration jan 1920, becomes citizen feb 1925. This has been so helpful; I am amazed. I feel so good about honoring my grandfather in this search; his side has kind of been left out. !!! He used the name Walter in the US on "American Records"
re my Sperska family, I am reminded something my great aunt Angela said; (Walters Daughter) Angeline Brzozowski spoke of how Eufruzyna told her that there was another sister named Scholastica, but that she never immigrated to the USA. I was assuming she meant Sperska, because I never found it for Walters side, and she said my grandmother told her, so she was probably talking about the Sperska sisters. I try to search that name, I wonder if it would be spelled differently in Poland. Thanks for all your help, on behalf of my whole family, sincere thanks again.