The Press: Presidential Presses

It was not much more than a year ago (TIME, Feb. 25, Mar. 3, 1924, THE CONGRESS) when Banker Frank A. Vanderlip startled the country with hints of scandal when he spoke of the "strange" circumstance of two "unknown" young men acquiring ownership of The Marion Star from President Harding. The two "unknowns," Roy D. Moore and Louis H. Brush, sued him for libel. The case was recently settled out of court.

Messrs. Moore and Brush have been busily collecting a string of Ohio newspapers. They own, besides The Marion Star, the East Liverpool...

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