The Press: Marlowe Out

" . . .The opinions are those of the editor and his staff; they are not mine. . . ."

When the owner of a newspaper thus expresses himself one of three things is sure to happen: the owner will in his next utterance dismiss the editor, or the editor will buy out the owner, or the editor will resign. When Lord Rothermere in August made the quoted statement readers of the London Daily Mail waited to see how Editor Thomas Marlowe would react; last week they saw. Editor Marlowe resigned.

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