The Press: Pink Reporter

Last week Tip Reynolds was under arrest again, this time in jail. Tip Reynolds came from Michigan. A husky, amiable six-footer, he went to Montana in 1902, when he was 20. A lineman by trade, he spent most of his life electrifying railroads in the West.

Three years ago, at 55, Tip Reynolds started a newspaper. Printed on a violent, near-red shade of newsprint, the Pink Reporter turned out to be a two-fisted, name-calling, muckraking fortnightly. Tip Reynolds first fell afoul of the law when he went after John E. Kennedy, secretary to ex-Congressman...

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