|1 9 7 3|
|PUBLIC SERVICE||Washington Post|
For its investigation of the Watergate case.
|LOCAL GENERAL OR SPOT NEWS REPORTING||Chicago Tribune of Chicago Tribune|
For uncovering flagrant violations of voting procedures in the primary election of March 21, 1972.
|LOCAL INVESTIGATIVE SPECIALIZED REPORTING||The Sun Newspapers Of Omaha of The Sun Newspapers Of Omaha|
For uncovering the large financial resources of Boys Town, Nebraska, leading to reforms in this charitable organization's solicitation and use of funds contributed by the public.
|NATIONAL REPORTING||Robert Boyd and Clark Hoyt of Knight Newspapers|
For their disclosure of Senator Thomas Eagleton's history of psychiatric therapy, resulting in his withdrawal as the Democratic Vice Presidential nominee in 1972
|INTERNATIONAL REPORTING||Max Frankel of New York Times|
For his coverage of President Nixon's visit to China in 1972.
|COMMENTARY||David S. Broder of Washington Post|
For his columns during 1972.
|CRITICISM||Ronald Powers of Chicago Sun-Times|
For his critical writing about television during 1972.
|EDITORIAL WRITING||Roger B. Linscott of Berkshire Eagle, Pittsfield, Mass.|
For his editorials during 1972.
|EDITORIAL CARTOONING||(No Award)|
|SPOT NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY||Huynh Cong Ut of Associated Press|
For his photograph, "The Terror of War," depicting children in flight from a napalm bombing.
|FEATURE PHOTOGRAPHY||Brian Lanker of Topeka Capital-Journal|
For his sequence on child birth, as exemplified by his photograph, "Moment of Life."
|FICTION||The Optimists Daughter by Eudora Welty (Random)|
|DRAMA||That Championship Season by Jason Miller|
|HISTORY||People of Paradox: An Inquiry Concerning the Origins of American Civilization by Michael Kammen (Knopf)|
|BIOGRAPHY OR AUTOBIOGRAPHY||Luce and His Empire by W. A. Swanberg (Scribner)|
|POETRY||Up Country by Maxine Kumin (Harper)|
|GENERAL NON-FICTION||Fire in the Lake: The Vietnamese and the Americans in Vietnam by Frances Fitzgerald (Little)|
|GENERAL NON-FICTION||Children of Crisis, Vols. II and III by Robert Coles (Little)|
|MUSIC||String Quartet No. 3 by Elliott Carter|
Premiered by the Juilliard String Quartet at Tully Hall, Lincoln Center, New York City, on January 23, 1973.
|SPECIAL AWARDS AND CITATIONS - LETTERS||James Thomas Flexner|
A special citation to George Washington, Vols. I-IV, by James Thomas Flexner.
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