Press: Baillie for Bickel

For 28 years Karl August Bickel has been gathering and selling news, for twelve of those years as the able, ubiquitous president of United Press. Newsgathering is a tough job and Karl Bickel was determined not to die in harness. Said he once: "This is a young man's business. No man over 50 has the right to be the active head of a press association." Last year he began to ail and last week, at the age of 53, he resigned the U. P.'s presidency.

Into his place bounded hard-driving Hugh Baillie, executive vice...

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