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Harvard Names Nieman Fellows


The University has awarded Nieman fellowships for the 1962-63 academic paper to ten U. S. newspapermen--three writers and seven reporters.

The ten inciude: Daniel Berger, editorial wrier for the Indianapolis Times, who will study international affairs; William J. Eaton, reporter, UPI Washington bureau, labor and economics; Saul Friedman, repoter, Houston Chronicle, government; and Bruce M. Galphin, reporter, Atlanta Constitution, social relations.

Also named: Gene Graham, editorial writer, Nashville Tennessean, labor and race relations: John W. Kole, reporter Milwaukee Journal, economics and urban problems: Victor K. McElheny writer, Charlotte News, science and economics.

Other Nieman follows: Bernard D. national affairs reporter, Washington Poet, history and philosophy: Patrick K. Owens, editorial page editor, Pine Bluff Commercial, history and government: and Shelby T. Scates, AP reporter, Oklahoma city, Far Eastern studies.

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