A story in last Thursday's Maryland Weekly on National Merit Scholarship winners of four-year, college-sponsered scholarships inadvertantly omitted the name of Richard Mattersdorff, who graduates this week from Queen Anne School in Upper Marlboro. His scholarship is sponsered by the University of Chicago.

The National Merit Scholarship Program has announced the names of 2,135 winners of four-year, college-sponsored scholarships. The students will receive a stipend of approximately $750 for each college year.

Winners from suburban Maryland are Tod H. Hopkins of High Point Senior High School, a University of Maryland Merit Scholarship; Randall A. Kaylor, Sherwood High School, University of Chicago; Frank L. McConnell, Eleanor Roosevelt Senior High School, University of Maryland; Nicholas J. Leavitt, Walt Whitman High School, University of Iowa; Louise H. Lofquist, Walt Whitman High School, Rice University; Michael Richter, Walt Whitman High School, University of Chicago;

Angela E. Hubler, Bowie Senior High School, College of Wooster; Robert D. Schramm, Bowie Senior High School, University of Maryland; Noam Y. Stadlan, Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, University of Maryland; John R. Beeler, Centennial High School, University of Maryland; Jamie R. Goldstein, Seneca Valley High School, Lehigh University; John R. Poff, Meade High School, University of Maryland;

David F. Allan, Thomas S. Wotton High School, University of Maryland; Perry Lessing, Thomas S. Wooton High School, New York University; Edward E. Thompson, Robert E. Peary High School, Rice University; Geoffrey R. Harris, Montgomery Blair High School, University of Chicago; Michelle Schultz, Northwood High School, Rice University.