Four seniors have won Rhodes Scholarships for study at Oxford University.
Named were Paul G. Bamberg, Jr. '63 of Eliot House and Middletown, R.I., (physics); James A. Quitslund '63 of Eliot House and Bainbridge Island, Wash., (English); John H. Raaf '63 of Lowell House and Portland, Ore. (bio-chemical sciences); and Michael S. Rice '63 of Winthrop Hause and Sioux Falls, S.D., (government).
Although Harvard still leads the country with four winners, this year's is the lowest total for the University in five years. Last year there were six winners, and previous to that, five, seven, and five.
Stanford had three winners this year; Annapolis, Princeton, and Yale had two each.
A total of 32 awards are made each year, giving recipients the chance to study for at least two years in any field.