News Interest

An active, lively reporter of the Detroit Free Press decided to settle a question of news interest by inquiry among the final arbiters, the public. His inquiry, addressed to 121 citizens of all varieties, was: "What did you think of President Coolidge's speech in Omaha?"* Some of the answers:

Banker: "The sentiments were correct and forcefully expressed. His words were timely and logical. The address has strengthened him with the public."

Aged Attorney: "I haven't given the speech the thought it deserves. I will prepare something which...

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