The Press: The Sun Comes Out

At 12:09 one foggy night last week a fleet of shiny, grass-green news trucks started careening out of the loading tunnel of the Daily News Building, roared into Chicago's Loop, swerved with loud honking to crash halts at crowded newsstands. "Yo!" yelled the drivers, "the Sun is out!" Fat bundles of papers pitched to the sidewalk, melted like snow on a griddle a few minutes after they were ripped open. Sometimes the newsstand crowd cheered. Chicago was grabbing Vol. 1, No. 1 of Marshall Field's new 2¢ morning paper, the Tribune-challenging Chicago Sun....

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