A newsboy went by shouting something about the Waterbury trial.
Cartoon sequences, man on the street interviews, golf balls, skits and a breathless newsboy are among the other tricks used.
Before they could move, however, a small newsboy , clad in a grey tweed vest and a grey cap, came up to them.
Orphaned newsboy Billy Batson became the grown-up Captain Marvel with powers that included gaining super strength by saying ‘Shazam!’
Bennett was a newsboy and gofer for journalists.
The young newsboy has purchased a bunch of violets, signifying fidelity, and has placed them on the newspaper billboard.
Saturday night was especially busy; newsboys in the entertainment districts sold theatrical papers and early Sunday editions long after midnight.
By the turn of the twentieth century there were more than five thousand newsboys in big cities like New York, Boston, and Chicago, and two thousand in smaller cities like Detroit, St. Louis, and Cincinnati.
More than 100 years ago, unionized newsboys in New York City waged a successful strike against newspaper barons Joseph Pulitzer and William Randolph Hearst.
Although working-class and middle-class males generally regarded excessive grieving as effeminate, there is little to suggest that newsboys held back tears or felt embarrassed at expressing their sorrow.