Science: End-of-Season Honors

Every winter U. S. science formally acclaims outstanding work in the halls of learning and the laboratories of industry. Honors awarded since the midwinter crescendo of salutes (TIME, Feb. 10) included the following:

Clinton Hoadley Crane, 63, naval architect, mining engineer, president of Missouri's St. Joseph Lead Co. (largest U. S. lead producer); the William Lawrence Saunders medal, top award of the American Institute of Mining & Metallurgical Engineers. Born to well-to-do parents in New Jersey, Clinton Crane was first captivated by sailing, designed small boats and yachts, won the Seawanhaka cup...

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