The Press: He'll Do It Every Time

Cartoonist Jimmy Hatlo, a jovial, bigdomed man who explodes into mock-temper tantrums, makes more than $250,000 a year by illustrating his simple theory that things always happen at the worst possible moment. Last week Hatlo, whose syndicated cartoon "They'll Do It Every

Time" runs in 637 dailies around the world, had real-life facts to back up his fiction. On its front page, the Denver Post reached the peak of a campaign to prove that dogs are "man's best friend." The Post was all out to block an anti-dog ordinance in the city council that would virtually force dog owners to keep their...

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