Shrake was a newspaperman, a magazine writer, screenwriter, and a fine novelist.
I was a newspaperman, just returned from the Middle East—a bit unsteady, still, in America.
"I'm telling you something, Lawler," grinned the newspaperman as he gripped Lawler's hand just before the train started.
The newspaperman, gazing with awe upon it, felt that terrific force was there.
And of course that newspaperman said, "My God, I thought he was going to shoot us."
It was apparent to Trent that he was debating continuing the subject with a newspaperman.
The widow of a wealthy Pittsburgh newspaperman, she was now active in Pennsylvania suffrage organizations.
No one ever made a newspaperman do what he really didn't want to do.
It was some time before the truth leaked out through the lips of a newspaperman who was aboard the Bennington.
The newspaperman lay across the table, his head asleep on his arm.