Dramatizing the prize winning story of Paul Presbrey of the Minneapolis Star and Tribune.
Philadelphia Daily News reporter Frank Toughill's Big Story is this week's Pall Mall award winner.
Reporter Albert B. Hendry of the St. Louis Globe Democrat is the Pall Mall winner of The Big Story dramatized.
Reporter George Cleveland "Cleve" Bullette of the Tulsa Tribune saves a young woman from death at the hands of an avaricious woman.
Reporter Aaron Dudley of the South Los Angeles Bulletin turned in his best friend on a murder charge.
The story of Aubrey Maddock of Hartford (Ct.) Daily Currant chased down a murderer in a home for the aged.
Reporter Paul Hochuli of the Houston Post and the story of the paper hanger, a cheque fraud forgery crime.
Reporter Max Schwartz of the Minneapolis Star Tribune is The Big Story of the Pall Mall award.
Reporter Ed Freeman of the Baltimore News Post is this week's Pall Mall Award winning "Big Story".
Reporter Pat Foley of the Los Angeles Herald and Express picks up the "Big Story" prize tonight for tracking down two rattlesnakes and two murderers.
Reporter Joseph Garretson of the Cincinnati Enquirer receives this weeks Pall Mall Award about a boy who finds a box and inside the box are a pair of dismembered hands. Joe aids police in the mystery and helps solve a murder.
Reporter Edward Kasun of Pittsburgh Press solved a puzzling murder through a unique deck of playing cards.
Dudley J. McClure reporter of the Portland, Oregon Journal has the thrilling story of how Dud aided the police in solving a murder.
The story of how reporter Skip Henderson of the Hartford (Ct.) Times cleared a man indicted for murder, and discovered the identity of the real killer, will be dramatized on The Big Story.
Reporter Jerry Blizin of the St. Petersburg Times, and aids police in solving a baffling murder.
Reporter Celestine Sibley of the Atlanta (Ga.) Constitution frees an innocent man from jail.
Reporter Bill Pinney of the Pensacola (Fla.) News Journal has his story dramatized on The Big Story.
Paul Fairleigh of the Memphis Press-Scimitar unveils the story of a woman who says her husband jumped from the bridge and committed suicide when the river is dragged and a woman's body is found. The wife admits to the insurance scam which now has turned to murder.
Reporter George A. Buchanan Jr. of the Columbia S.C. State aids in the capture of a pair of amateur killers and their confession is told.
Reporter Dorothy Porter Pope of the Ogden (Utah) Standard Examiner is the Big Story dramatized.
Harold Faller of the Huntington (W.V.) Advertiser uncovers the story of a teenage boy who lost his life while helping an escaped convict.
Chicago Tribune reporter Albert F. Baenziger aided police by extracting a confession of murder from an admitted forger and bigamist.
William Miller of the Clevelan Press is this week's Big Story.
Charles Russell reporter for the Seattle (Wa.) Post Intelligencer is the Big Story in this dramatization.
The heartwarming story of how reporter Elizabeth Beecher of the New York Journal-American helped redeem a youth lost to society because of society's neglect of him will be dramatized on "The Big Story."
The true experiences of reporter Bill Foley of the Columbus (Oh.) Dispatch in helping police trackdown a murderous bandit is dramatized.
Jack Frank reporter for the Denver Post helps redeem a boy who was lost to society through the influence of a woman he believed to be his mother. The reporter discovers the boy's foster parents after a long period of searching.
Reporter Jack Allen of the Washington Evening Star tells his story when he runs into a murder while attending the boxing bouts.
Reporter Joseph Saldana of the Los Angeles Daily News befriended a convicted murderess and kept her from making a mistake that would have put her outside the law for life. It is the story of Nora Cahill who slew her third husband.
The story of reporter Ray Girardin of the Detroit Times and his solution of a brutal murder are dramatized.