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Twenty-five Harvard students, including 21 members of the class of 1962, have been awarded National Science Foundation grants for their first year of graduate study. Harvard's total was second only to that of MIT, which had 28 recipiants. In addition, 28 Harvard students won henerable mention in the MIT competition.

The Harvard winners, all class of 1963 unless otherwise indicated, were: Nerman T. Adier, who will study psychology at the University of California (): Keith H. Basse, anthropology, Stanford: William M. Dickart, '01, psychology, Harvard; Paul H. Diekart, organic chemistry, University of California (Berkeley): Robert S. Risenberg, biophysics, University of London; and Peter A. Gilman, meteorology, MIT.

Other winners named: Steven M. Goldman, economices, MIT; David B. Hemmendinger, mathematies, Stanford: Robert H. Hesse '50-00, organic chemistry, University of London: Henry S. Hern, biology, University of Washington; Soul A. Kripke, mathematics, Stanford; Arnold M. Kusmeck, mathematies, MIT; Martin Lampo, physics; University of California (Berkeley): John H. Lowenstein, physics Princeton; James M. MeBride, chemistry, Harvard; and Alfred H. Miller M.D. '56, history of science, Harvard.

Among the Harvard recipients announced: Prokcosh, anthropology, University of London; Daniel J. Quinn, physics, University of California (Berkeley): Harold M. Ross '58, anthropology, Harvard; John H. Schwarz, physics, Princeton; Mar J. Schulman, biophysics, Harvard: Zoltan G. Soos, physical chemistry, Harvard; Richard H. Speier, biophysics, MIT; Laurence H. Tribe, mathematics, Harvard and James D. Wilson, organic chemistry, U.C.L.A.

Other winners named: Steven M. Goldman, economices, MIT; David B. Hemmendinger, mathematies, Stanford: Robert H. Hesse '50-00, organic chemistry, University of London: Henry S. Hern, biology, University of Washington; Soul A. Kripke, mathematics, Stanford; Arnold M. Kusmeck, mathematies, MIT; Martin Lampo, physics; University of California (Berkeley): John H. Lowenstein, physics Princeton; James M. MeBride, chemistry, Harvard; and Alfred H. Miller M.D. '56, history of science, Harvard.

Among the Harvard recipients announced: Prokcosh, anthropology, University of London; Daniel J. Quinn, physics, University of California (Berkeley): Harold M. Ross '58, anthropology, Harvard; John H. Schwarz, physics, Princeton; Mar J. Schulman, biophysics, Harvard: Zoltan G. Soos, physical chemistry, Harvard; Richard H. Speier, biophysics, MIT; Laurence H. Tribe, mathematics, Harvard and James D. Wilson, organic chemistry, U.C.L.A.

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