The Press: Potpourri

¶ Without comment, William Randolph Hearst sold his McClure's and Smart Set to James R. Quirk, publisher of Photoplay Magazine and Opportunity.

¶ As expected, Arthur Burton Rascoe resigned as editor of The Bookman because of "amicable differences" with Publisher Seward B. Collins. The two of them began a ludicrous career with The Bookman when the latter bought it from Publisher George H. Doran (TIME, Sept. 5).

¶ Bernarr ("Body Love") Macfadden, publisher of the New York Evening Graphic, Physical Culture Magazine, True Story, etc., went to Washington, D. C., lectured to 100 U. S....

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