Press: Newshawks v. Hearst

San Francisco is traditionally a good newspaperman's town. Many a crack newshawk got his start there. Many another wishes he might work there. Last week in city rooms all over the land, newsmen kept one eye cocked on San Francisco. A big story was about to break. Not a line had appeared in the news columns of the daily Press, but practically every editor, reporter and desk man knew about it. It was to be the first test of the potency of the American Newspaper Guild. The villain of the story was William Randolph...

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