The Press: Black Eagle v. Hearst

Last week Colonel Hubert Fauntleroy Julian, "The Negro Lindbergh," sued Hearst's New York American for $500,000 because of a story concerning his Abyssinian adventures (TIME, Nov. 3 et seq.). In denial of the story Plaintiff Julian submitted: "That the plaintiff did not eat so much at his first meal that the Emperor ordered him driven out of the empire . . . [and] the Emperor of Abyssinia never placed [him] in manacles."


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