The Press: More Nieman Fellows

War has interfered with the Nieman Fellowships, under which selected newsmen get a year at Harvard University, at full pay, to study anything they wish except journalism (66 have won Fellowships since they were inaugurated in 1938). Of the past year's 16 Fellows, seven had dropped out before the school year's end —one was drafted, two joined OWI, four were recalled to their jobs because of manpower shortages. Last week, after pondering whether to suspend for the duration, Harvard decided: Nieman Fellowships will be maintained on a restricted basis. Only newspapermen who...

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