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The Front Page Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Part 2 Summary

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Act 1, Part 2 Summary

Mrs. Schlosser the wife of another reporter comes in looking for her husband. McCue and Endicott greet her but Schwartz and Murphy complain about the rule barring women from the pressroom being broken. Mrs. Schlosser asks if the reporters know whether her husband had any money with him when he left and whether he was with Hildy. Another call from Burns looking for Hildy comes in as Mrs. Schlosser accuses the reporters of covering up for her husband and then asks to speak with Burns. She asks him for some help with money explaining that her husband is bad at handling cash. Burns apparently says he'll help and Mrs. Schlosser hangs up turning to the reporters and telling them they should be ashamed of themselves. She grabs Murphy's cards saying she's going to hang around until they tell her where her husband is. When they...

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