In fact, the only sustainable by-product of the novel's events are written pages that are scattered throughout the end of the book--specifically, the scribbled and torn pages taken for literature by the copyboy
who reads them and the reporter's note to Hagood which ends the book in a kind of frenetic narrative babble.
He hawked newspapers on street corners, sold peanuts in nearby Ebbets Field while watching his beloved Brooklyn Dodgers play, and worked as a copyboy
at the New York Daily News, among other jobs.
The classic 1941 novel of raw Hollywood ambition gave the world Sammy Glick, the copyboy
who quickly rose through the studio ranks by never encountering a back he couldn't stab or an idea he couldn't appropriate.
He started his career in 1953 as a copyboy
on the now defunct Evening News in Glasgow.
Wilson joined the paper in 1975 as a copyboy
, working his way up to managing editor in 1988.
He has his own TV show, has been interviewed by Playboy magazine, and still wears his Walter Winchell-style hat, which some say looks more like that of Clark Kent's busybody copyboy
Brady's career began while he worked his way through college as a copyboy
for the New York Daily News.
They included Joaquin "Chino" Roces and Chronicle's Primitivo Mijares who was salvaged for his book on the Marcos "Conjugal Dictatorship," and the copyboy
in the newsroom.
Newton had started at the Tribune as a copyboy
in 1977 and later went on to edit the late Mill Valley Record and the late Richmond Independent, both in the Bay Area.
Later, he could name only a woman in the ad department and a copyboy
Then the copyboy
would pick it up and send it to the composing room.
Towers began his journalism career in 1952 as a copyboy
at the Sun-Times.