The Press: Bestrider

Ira Clifton Copley, Representative from Illinois (1911-23), bestrides the country editorially with one foot planted firmly on newspapers of Joliet, Aurora, Elgin and Springfield, Ill., and the toe of the other on three papers in San Diego, Calif, (see p. 34). Last week he set his California heel down on 16 more papers of communities around Los Angeles, where his wife was born. The seller of the 16 papers was Frederick William Kellogg.


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