People, Oct. 1, 1973

When a blonde ex-Junior Leaguer named Sally Quinn admitted during a job interview at the Washington Post that she had never actually written anything, the executive editor joked, "Well, nobody's perfect." Nevertheless, Ben Bradlee hired her and carefully molded her into a Post feature writer. Eight weeks ago he had to relinquish her to the greater power base of the CBS Morning News opposite Barbara Walters (TIME, Aug. 20). Sally moved to Manhattan and the apartment of her longtime friend, Warren Hoge, city editor of the New York Post. But soon she moved...

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