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Nobel Prizes #243757

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 10, 1976
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(Studio) 7 Americans receive 5 Nobel Prizes today in Stockholm, Sweden, on anniversary of death of Alfred Nobel.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(Stockholm, Sweden) Sweden's King Carl Gustaf presents prizes to Burton Richter and Samuel Ting for physics, William Lipscomb for chemistry, Baruch Blumberg and Carleton Gajdusek for medical, Saul Bellow for literature and Milton Friedman for econs. Reporter notes demonstrations outside and incident inside with regard to protests of award to Friedman, whose theories reported to have interested Pinochet regime in Chile. Friedman denies advising Chilean government Later, winners are banquet guests of king and queen.
REPORTER: Bernard Redmont

Cronkite, Walter;
Redmont, Bernard

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