Press: Nine Fellows

Early last year Harvard University stiffly accepted a $1,000,000 bequest from the eccentric widow of Lucius William Nieman, rich founder of the Milwaukee Journal. Her object was to elevate standards of U. S. journalism. Harvard decided that could best be done by creating fellowships for newspapermen. Last week Harvard overseers chose nine "fellows" from 312 newspapermen who had applied for the opportunity to improve their understanding of the world they write about. The nine who will study at Harvard on a year's leave of absence from their jobs:

Louis M. Lyons, 40....

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