The Press: If I Were You

The Scripps-Howard Cleveland Press is chummy with its readers. It gives movie parties and dance festivals for them, asks them in to look over its editors' shoulders, polls them on what they read and why, and aims its news and features to bracket the city's 36 national groups. Editor Louis B. Seltzer can never do enough to ensure that his public is one big (circ. 265,000), happy, satisfied family. Last week he tried a new dodge. He asked his readers what they would do "If I Were Editor," offered $10 for every letter that got into print.

More than 1,000 Clevelanders took...

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