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ROLEX ENTERPRISE AWARDFour U.S. citizens were among the 15 winners of the International Rolex Awards for Enterprise, given each year since 1976 to encourage and fund individual achievement.Three were awarded the Laureate honor, which includes $50,000 and a solid gold Rolex chronometer. One received the Associate Laureate honor, which includes a $10,000 award and a steel and gold Rolex chronometer.The four winners from the U.S. were:Gilbert Clark, Pasadena, Cal., an engineer who designed a worldwide computer system that allows high school students to operate telescopes at international observatories by remote computer control.Royce Hall of Tampa, Fla., an ophthalmologist who constructed an eye hospital in the bush of Tanzania.William Rosenblatt, a medical doctor and professor at Yale University in Cambridge, Mass., who created a system to recover discarded surgical supplies and machinery

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