The Press: Youth, Ideals

Vincent Vigoroux, 15, youngest editor and publisher in the U. S., whose paper is The Little Acorn of New Rochelle, N. Y., and 1,150 editors of high school papers throughout the land, attended the annual convention of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association in Manhattan last week, saw how linotype machines were made, visited plants of New York City newspapers, heard President Karl August Bickel of the United Press say: "The day of the hardboiled, cynical reporter with a bottle of whiskey in one pocket, and an American Mercury in the other, has passed. Ideals...

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