The Press: Ringmaster

Harry Aloysius McGuire wore the first coonskin coat ever seen on the campus of Notre Dame University, edited the student Scholastic, was suspended for burlesquing the prefect of discipline, became class poet, class orator and was graduated in 1925 with the highest grades ever recorded at the University. On Commencement Day Notre Dame's president was heard to mutter that he was relieved to see the last of Harry McGuire.

After two years at Yale's School of Fine Arts, Harry McGuire was called home to Denver, made editor of Outdoor Life, potent sporting magazine...

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