Compare with Andy Sannella's solos in the High Hatters's "Hoosier Hop." Provides confirmation of Vince's assignment.
In http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Sannella we read,
He [Sannella] was very much in demand and was hired by many conductors leading "house bands" for various record companies, including Nat Shilkretand Leonard Joy (both Victor Records), Ben Selvin (Columbia Records), Adrian Schubert (Banner Records and associated labels) and Bert Hirsch (Hit of the Week Records).
Of course, Andy was a close buddy of Mike Mosiello. They, and (speaking of accordionists in another thread) accordionist Charlie Magnante had a bunch of recordings in the Grey Gull label. We also have thread about a recording by Ray Miller. Guess what? Andy Sannella was a member of the Ray Miller orchestra in the first half of the 1920s.
We have discussed Andy in the forum fairly extensively. Here is a link with some great photos of Andy, courtesy of Enrico.