The Press: Birthdays

In Detroit. The boys who deliver the Detroit Free Press to the doors of subscribers grunted and staggered under their loads last Sunday. The paper—largest ever published in Detroit—included 114 pages of rotogravure in addition to the usual sections, all for the glory of the Free Press's 100th anniversary.* The Centennial Edition, edited by Malcolm W. Bingay who conducts the paper's daily "Good Morning" column, reviewed the history of the paper, of Detroit and of mankind for the past hundred years. Crowning item was a rotogravure page...

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