Press: Pulitzer Prizes

Until Columbia University's trustees began to consume a Manhattan banquet last week, they scrupulously refused to emit the names of those to whom they had decided to award the annual Pulitzer Prizes lor Journalism and for belles-lettres.

Correspondence. For his dispatches from the losing side of the Ethiopian War, Wilfred Courtenay ("Will") Barber of the Chicago Tribune was posthumously awarded $500. First U. S. newshawk to get into the country after hostilities started, 31-year-old Correspondent Barber sickened after three months, died in Ogaden last October of tertian malaria, nephritis, influenza, was...

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