The Press: UpCy

Last week young Cy Sulzberger landed one of the best jobs in U.S. reporting: he was made chief foreign correspondent of the New York Times. To Teach this eminence in ten brief years he had successfully overcome the handicaps of youth, competition from the ablest foreign staff possessed by any single U.S. newspaper and, perhaps, his relationship (nephew) to Times Publisher Arthur Hays Sulzberger.

Cyrus Lee Sulzberger II, 32, is rawboned, curious, and has a tireless pair of reportorial legs. Starting grass-green in 1934, Harvardman Sulzberger declared he would not work for the Times...

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