The Press: Postgraduate Journalists

Four years ago in Milwaukee the widow of Lucius William Nieman, founder of the Milwaukee Journal, died leaving Harvard University $1,000,000 with which to ''elevate the standards of journalism." This week for the third time Harvard picked a group of working newsmen (15) to go to Cambridge, with salaries paid, to absorb whatever knowledge they thirst after as Nieman Fellows. Chosen from 221 applicants was a catholic list:

Lowell Limpus, political writer for the New York Daily News; Arthur D. Eggleston, San Francisco Chronicle labor columnist; Fred Vanderschmidt, cable news editor of Associated...

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