People: Dec. 17, 1965

With fanfares from silver trumpets, the 1965 Nobel Prize winners stepped forward to accept the awards from Sweden's King Gustav VI Adolf in Stockholm's Concert Hall. Gathering afterward to compare their $56,400 notes were Harvard University's Dr. Robert Burns Woodward, 48, with the prize for chemistry; Harvard's Dr. Julian Schwinger, 47, and Dr. Richard P. Feynman, 47, of the California Institute of Technology, who share the physics prize with Tokyo's Dr. Shin-ichiro Tomonaga, 59; Francois Jacob, 45, Andre Lwoff, 63, and Jacques Monod, 55, sharing the prize for medicine; and Cossack Novelist (And...

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