Press: Crosby v. Capone

Followers of lovable, philosophical, hell-raising Skippy, comic-strip youngster, are prone to think of his creator as somewhat like Skippy's own comic-strip father. By that token, Cartoonist Percy Leo Crosby might be a tall, gentle, softspoken man with dark hair and a cropped moustache. Readers with that misconception of Cartoonist Crosby took something of a jolt last week when they saw in the New York World a full page of anti-Prohibition tirade headed: "This Space Bought by Percy Crosby Because He Believes That Any Issue, Affecting the Welfare of the Nation, Should...

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