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When hardworking, hardheaded young Joseph Vincent Connolly became general manager of the Hearst Newspapers nearly two months ago, Hearstlings throughout the country held on to their chairs and waited for the big blow. The Hearst realm, no longer ruled by its fabulous founder, was now in the hands of men who knew how to save money as well as spend it— and "Smiling Joe" Connolly was one of them. The Hearstian era of prodigality had definitely ended last year when the aging chief consented to the dissolution of his beloved but money-losing New...

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