The Press: Piano v. Bugle

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Home last week from a trip to Hawaii, Publisher Adolph Ochs, 73, of the New York Times, called the end of the New York World "an unfortunate and calamitous chapter in the history of American journalism. . . . Had I been in New York ... I should have saved it for the employes. . . .''

Promptly retorted Publisher Roy Wilson Howard of the new World-Telegram: "I am afraid Mr. Ochs. like several others, waited for the World to die and waited too long. ....

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