The Press: Colyumist Smith

As similar yet as opposite as the poles of an electric cell are Calvin Coolidge and Alfred Emanuel Smith. The nearer the parallel of their careers, the more emphatic the difference in the men. Last week Citizen Smith followed another turn in Citizen Coolidge's tracks, signed a contract to write a newspaper colyum. Under the probable heading "The State of the Nation," Colyumist Smith will write (beginning Jan. 4) for McNaught Syndicate between 1,000 and 1,500 words for each Sunday-the one day of the week when Colyumist Coolidge does not appear. He may...

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