HEADLINE


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HEADLINEHybrid Electronic Access and Delivery in the Library Networked Environment
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Other headlines were: "CARTER WATSON ASPIRED TO CHAMPIONSHIP HONORS"; "CARTER WATSON GETS HIS"; "NOTED SOCIOLOGIST ATTEMPTS TO CLEAN OUT A TENDERLOIN CAFE"; and "CARTER WATSON KNOCKED OUT BY PATSY HORAN IN THREE ROUNDS.
Underneath the vigorous headlines which our client had quoted, I read the following suggestive narrative:
The afternoon papers had forecasts of the next day's proceedings in flaring headlines.
A very respectable elderly pair, having inspected the long tables of newspapers, did not think it worth their while to read more than the headlines.
Black headlines, notes of exclamation, the use of superlative adjectives, scarcely met the case.
But let me not end on sensational headlines and a merely personal triumph.
And the morning paper gave two whole columns and headlines to the tale.
The headlines explained everything--explained too much, in fact, for the lengths of pessimism to which the journal went were ridiculous.
Its headlines began where I heard the buzzing leave off the night before.
That evening the papers teemed with glaring Jack-the-Strangler headlines, denouncing the brutality of the deed and complaining about the laxity of the police.
On the hall table he could see from where he was standing the great headlines which announced the nation's anxiety.
So said common gossip; but the fact was sufficiently established by the interference of the police on at least one occasion, followed by certain magisterial proceedings which were reported with justifiable gusto and huge headlines in the newspapers aforesaid.