The Press: After Ochs

Last week the New York Times formally established the two-year-old fact that Arthur Hays Sulzberger is publisher of the greatest newspaper in the land. Unobtrusively Mr. Sulzberger had been running the Times—to the degree that any one man will ever run it—throughout the lingering illness of his father-in-law, Adolph Simon Ochs. When the late Mr.

Ochs bequeathed the management of his estate to his only daughter, son-in-law, and nephew, it remained only for the Times directors to elevate Son-in-law Sulzberger to the vacant presidential chair.

Since Arthur Sulzberger is handsome, able, and of...

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