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Then, Cappy, it will be a front-page story—and how those boys will hop to it!
Nearly three days had elapsed without a front-page paragraph for him.
In the papers the next morning "Carter's Tip" was the front-page feature.
There was a front-page editorial reluctantly announcing a price increase.
"I've got stuff for a front-page display," I reported to the city editor half an hour later.
It sounds to me as if it ought to be good for a front-page column in every New York paper.
It has a front-page illustration, which renders it very attractive in general distribution.
For answer J. Augustus Redell drew from his pocket that morning's paper and pointed to the headline of a front-page story.