The Press: Club-Fellow

"Not a line or a word, an innuendo or a criticism from cover to cover, that can offend or displease."

That is the new editorial policy of The Club-Fellow & Washington Mirror (society weekly), as announced by its new owners and Editor H. Gordon Duval, a fortnight ago.

Last week, searching for something inoffensive and pleasing, Club-Fellow found and published the following:

"Washington will talk about the President and Mrs. Coolidge. Rumors run rife that the President and the First Lady are estranged since he acted so badly to her before the newspapermen on several...

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