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Very wroth was the New York Herald Tribune in February when the New York Times quoted Publisher Herbert Pulitzer as saying "high-class papers like the Times," instead of what he did say: ". . . like the Times and Herald Tribune" (TIME, March 9). Last week the Herald Tribune evened the score. It reported at length the vote of Princeton seniors for favorite play, favorite film, favorite poem, etc. etc. But it did not report the students' favorite newspapers which were 1) Times, 2) Herald Tribune, 3) Chicago Tribune. Even the Herald Tribune's own...

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