The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 9, 1976 · Page 64
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 64

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C22 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, December 9, 1976 The Nobel Laureates New Breed of Olympians? American Winners Depart For Swedish Ceremony Friday if The American winners of the Nobel prizes this year have departed for the award ceremony in Sweden Friday. Here is how they looked to AP photographer Eddie Adams. By th Assorted Press Dr. Burton Richcer of Stanford University, physics prize, for discovery of a new heavy elementary particle, called the "J" particle: "You know, there are three white-tie affairs I have to attend and T don't even own a coat. In fact, my wife has to buy two gowns, md my son, well he only wears a Levi jacket around here. With all the Americans winning the Nobel Prizes, it gives me a feeling of the Olympics, and I don't particularly like that." Prof. Samuel C.C. Ting of MIT, sharing the prize with Richter, talks not of his own work but that of the winner in medicine, Dr. Carlton Gajdusek. His award, said Ting, probably is the most unusual because his discovery involved living with cannibals. Gajdusek found that male cannibals ate the brains of were to climb Mt. Everest, when you reached the top you would find another person already there, from New York. Anyone who has ever done anything is always from New York." Dr. Gajdusek lives and works in the Washington area. Dr. Baruch Blumberg, Nobel-ist in medicine along with Dr. Gajdusek for virus research: "Do you think I might be able to get a tennis shoe commercial out of this?" referring to a brand of tennis shoe he was wearing. "I have always wanted to do a commercial for them. A scientist cannot capitalize on the Nobel as, say, an actor." In his Philadelphia office, wilted crepe paper streams from the ceiling, a crudely scribbled sign on a white card says: "Congratulations Nobel winner, from your Italian friends." Prof. William Lipscomb of Harvard, winner in chemistry, for findings about chemical bonding of boranes: "You know, President Ford is taking credit for this (the American winnings) and he had nothing to do with it. I get mine for something I did 15 years ago." Saul Bellow, literature, for his books portraying modern man as frightened and alienated but still striving to find a foothold in the modern world. Bellow arrived a little late for the picture appointment, a bit gruff over having had to walk a quarter-mile. The Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg ... for medicine victims, and thus acquired a virus causing a pecular mental disorder. Dr. D. Carlton Gajdusek, winner in medicine for his work with "slow" viruses that may lie dormant for years: "I bet if vou AP Wirephoto Prof. William Lipscomb With Borane Compound Model economics: "Do you know, I had to cancel quite a few appointments to make this trip to Sweden." 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