, 93, a former Washington newspaperman, died Nov. 5 at his
home in Washington after a stroke.He retired in 1987 as executive vice president of Newmyer Associates, a public affairs and government relations firm in Washington.Borwick, a native of Elmira, N.Y., was a 1929 graduate of Harvard University, where he also did graduate work in philosophy.In the early 1930s, he was a staff writer for The New York Times and for such magazines as Atlantic Monthly, Harper's and Scribner's.
In the mid-1930s, he
settled in the Washington area as a staff writer for the Washington Herald
.From the late-1930s to 1942, he was a financial columnist for the merged Washington Times-Herald.After that, he spent a year at the Hearst-owned Philadelphia Record.