The Press: Colyumist Coolidge

In the mass of grist flowing daily through the New York Herald Tribune's copy desk, beginning next week (July 1), will be one telegraphed sheet immune from the copyreader's darting pencil. A chaste headline may be scribbled at its top, neat paragraph marks made, but nothing else. Rendering this piece of copy sacred will be the line: "By Calvin Coolidge."

How highly the Herald Tribune values its new feature was indicated last week when it printed the announcemen; not as an advertisement but as a lengthy front-page news story. Part of the news...

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