PANAMA: Bouncing Scott

Bouncing is nothing new to 36-year-old Edward ("Ted") William Scott, New Zealand-born editor of the bilingual Panama American. In the '20s he bounced and was bounced about the ring by leading light weights of Europe and Australasia. Bouncing out of the fight business, he caromed from job to job, ended as a reporter.

Working for Bernarr Macfadden's Graphic in New York, he was bounced out of interviews, elegantly by Winston Churchill (when he discovered Scott did not represent the London Graphic}, grimly by Gangsters Irving Bitz and Salvatore Spitale (who did not want to talk about underworld angles of the Lindbergh...

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