The Press: At the Waldorf

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It was Convention Week for the gazette & clarion men. Unlike other convention groups, they did not backslap. That was their distinguishing sign as they swarmed through the lobbies and corridors of the Waldorf-Astoria, Manhattan hotel, during the annual sessions of the American Newspaper Publishers' Association and the Associated Press.

Among those present were:

McCormick & Patterson. The two newspapers with the largest circulations in the U. S. are the New York Daily News (daily 1,226,000, Sunday 1,416,000) and the Chicago Tribune (daily 811,000, Sunday 1,167,000). The first, a tabloid,...

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