Education: Pulitzer Awards

To U. S. journalists, writers and scholars last week went those much desired honors, the Pulitzer Prizes, awarded annually by the Trustees of Columbia University from the foundation of the late, great Joseph Pulitzer.

Journalism, To the Atlanta Constitution, a gold medal worth $500 for "most disinterested and meritorious public serv- ice": a probe, instigated by able Editor Clark Howell, of corruption in Atlanta's municipal government, resulting so far in eleven convictions and ten pleas of guilt to charges of fraud, bribery, etc. etc.

To Hubert...

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