The Press: New Papers

In the pious, highly literate city of Columbus, Ohio, enough Sunday newspapers were printed last week to build a dam of comics, features and news across the Olentangy River. A phenomenon in modern U. S. journalism had taken place: two new full-size Sunday newspapers were started on the same day in the same city.

Long before the church bells rang, perspiring circulation men dumped at least one of the fat papers free on every Columbus doormat.

The new Sunday Citizen was put out by Scripps-Howard's well-established evening Citizen. The new Sunday Journal was...

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