The Press: Tomboy with a Typewriter

The New York Herald Tribune's reporter was taking a frankly subjective view of the news. When the judges gave second place in last week's "Little Sebring" sports-car race to a Porsche Carrera, she banged out a bristling protest. "The Carrera, I do believe," typed Denise McCluggage, "was third instead of second." Then she added her reason for second-judging the judges: "I was in it."

For the past two years pert Denise McCluggage, 30, has been giving Herald Tribune readers the brand of personalized reporting that has all but disappeared from the nation's sport sections....

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