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The earliest releases in this collection were issued by the Haverford College Public Information Office. Barclay M. Bollas was the director of this office from 1962 until 1967. By late 1967, the office had become the Public Relations Department and William F. Balthaser was appointed Director of Public Relations. Balthaser remained at Haverford until 1978; when he resigned, he was the Director of Development and Public Relations. Following Balthaser's departure, John Wesley "Jack" Gilbert, Jr., became Director of Development and Paula Singer became Director of College Relations.

This collection consists of press releases created by the Haverford College Public Information Office, and later the Public Relations Department, between 1966 and 1984. The releases include information pertaining to the activities of faculty, students, staff members, the Board of Managers, and the Corporation. Some releases also discuss visitors to campus, including writers, scientists, artists, and musicians.

Materials are arranged by information project number and are mostly in chronological order.

Processing and folder-level description completed by Andrea Brokate Castillo (Haverford College Class of 2026) and Emily Cotrufello (Penn State University Class of 2025), August 2023. Collection-level description completed by Elizabeth Jones-Minsinger, October 2023.

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Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections
Finding Aid Author
Andrea Brokate Castillo, Emily Cotrufello, and Elizabeth Jones-Minsinger
Finding Aid Date
October, 2023
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Collection Inventory

July 05 1966 to October 13 1966, 1966.
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Info Projects: 66-1 to 66-34. Dr. Aldo Caselli's passing. Dr. Richard Alpert, former Harvard professor, spoke to students about LSD (more info 66-42). Attendance for non-Quakers to Quaker meetings is no longer required (66-24). Haverford no longer ranking students within their class (66-32).

October 13 1966 to December 27 1966, 1966.
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Info Projects: 66-35 to 66-116. Students conduct undergraduate physics research. Dr. Richard Alpert speaks on LSD (66-42). During Parent's Day, the construction of the North Dorms (Lunt, Jones, and Comfort) and the Dining Center. Nobel prize winner James Watson speaks on protein synthesis (66-69). James Farmer, former director of CORE, speaks on civil rights (details in 66-96).

January 04 1967 to February 08 1967, 1967.
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Info Projects: 67-1 to 67-29. Jose Padín scholarship fund for Puerto Rican students (67-3A). Black comedian and activist Dick Gregory and singer Josh White Jr. visit for Art Series (67-9-A). Information on art loan program 67-13-A. Assembly warning of suspension for illegal drug use (67-25). History of the duck pond (67-29).

February 08 1967 to March 27 1967, 1967.
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Info Projects: 67-30 to 67-91. Info on Professors who wrote two widely-used "new math" textbooks and process (67-30). Series of science speakers. Dr. W. Arthur Lewis, professor of economics, speaks on campus (67-34). Dr. James Irving talk on South Africa (67-35) and sociological literary criticism (67-46). Dr. Ola Olakampo talk on Nigeria (67-36). All first-year and sophmore grades pass/fail on recommendation of Professor Ariel Loewy (67-41). Colloquium on Vietnam War (67-43). Former analyst for the House Committee on Un-American Activities Fulton Lewis III visits campus (67-49). ACLU director talk on rights and the draft (67-51). Restrictions on women visitors removed (67-57). Nobel prize winner Richard Feynman lectures on "The Character of Physical Law" (67-63). Description of women students (Bryn Mawr students) on campus (67-84).

March 27 1967 to December 07 1967, 1967.
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Info Projects: 67-92 to 67-156. Description of Customs orientation with some history (67-99). John R. Coleman announced as new president of Haverford College (67-101). Congressman John Brademas visits (67-102). "Vietnam Day" brings speakers and highlights local student protests (67-107). Faculty publishes book on the development of policing in Boston (67-134).

September 15 1967 to October 19 1967, 1967.
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Info Projects: 67-157 to 67-173. A lot of materials regarding the inaguration of John R. Coleman (67-171 to 67-173 and others). Hugh Travers Tracey speaker on African music (67-169). Events and reactions re the draft (67-165). Advertisement for the college (67-162). Memo regarding James W. Lyons (Dean of Students) being interviewed about drugs and college students (67-157).

October 18 1967 to November 22 1967, 1967.
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Info Projects: 67-174 to 67-196. Info on Serendipity Day Camp (67-196). Tuition and residence fees increased (67-188). Info on every freshman (67-184). Olantunji African dance group to visit (includes photographs and newspaper articles) (67-174).

November 30 1967 to January 18 1968, 1967-1968.
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Info Projects: 67-197 to 67-215. Continuation of individual freshmen descriptions (67-202). John Coleman activities.

January 12 1968 to February 15 1968, 1968.
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Info Projects 68-1 to 68-15. Scientists to visit Haverford for a colloquium on the U.S. moon, Venus, and Mars programs (68-14). Summer course on African studies to be conducted (68-9) and other related materials. Series of linguistics speakers (68-6 and 68-5). Coleman speaks to alumni after starting term.

February 01 1968 to May 06 1968, 1968.
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Info Projects: 68-16 to 68-84. Christopher Morley Alcove dedication (68-84). Library renovated and renamed to James P. Magill Library, includes pictures (68-82 to 68-79). Coleman interview questions about student activism (68-78). Information on new north dorms (with pictures), upcoming art building, library renovation, the draft's effect on campus, honor code extension (women in dorms), and other (68-77). Serendipity Day camp (68-74). Invitation to commencement (68-67). Edgar H. Brookes speaks on race in South Africa (68-64). Faculty wives hold a fashion show delayed by the death of Martin Luther King (68-45, 68-55, and 68-63). Brochure on Morley alcove (68-62). Article on cricket clubs (68-61). Brochure on library renovation (68-60). Roads named after employees (with pictures) (68-41). Second Padín Scholarship announcement (in Spanish and English) (68-35).

May 13 1968 to July 1968, 1968.
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Info Projects: 68-85 to 68-100. Padín scholarship recipient announced (68-88).

July 03 1968 to October 18 1968, 1968.
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Info Projects: 68-101 to 68-142. Ariel Loewy argues structural change is needed to take advantage of scientific progress and that it is the role of universities to do that (68-109). Info on summer African institute. Description and history of victory gardens (68-120). Use of new buildings on campus (dorms and library) (68-121). Ida De A. Reid passes away (68-125 and 68-127).

October 12 1968 to November 25 1968, 1968.
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Info Projects: 68-143 to 68-170. Haverford News on local newspaper critic Kramer (known as Uncle Ben) (68-167).

December 10 1968 to January 06 1969, 1968-1969.
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Info Projects: 68-171 to 68-190. Info on Library Associates program (68-190 and 68-186). Custodial workers' salary (68-183).

25199, 1968.
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Info Projects: 68-191 to 68-195. Buddhist speaker on Vietnam (68-195).

January 07 1969 to February 07 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-1 to 69-20. Alumni Stephen H. Miller killed in Vietnam, award honoring him (69-18). Origins of the Center for Nonviolent Resolution of Conflict and brochure on donating life insurance to college (69-13). Library Associates membership drive (69-7). Info on Black students and faculty at the college and related courses (69-3).

February 11 1969 to March 06 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-21 to 69-40. Library Associates program doubles membership (69-26).

March 19 1969 to April 17 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-44 to 69-60. New librarian Edwin B. Bronner (69-52). Indigeneous Mohawk speaks on indigenous rights (69-46).

April 21 1969 to May 28 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-61 to 69-80. Two student representatives at the Board of Managers (69-77). Professor writes on the War on Poverty (69-69). Article on Quaker Collection (69-68).

25355, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-81 to 69-90. Undergraduate commencement with special honors for five students (69-82). Stephen P. Theophilos named assistant building manager at HC (69-84). Anonymous donor (James P. Magill) gifts $1.2 million to HC (69-85). Emeritus lecturer Martin Foss died June 11th in London, while on a flight to visit son in Paris (69-86). HC contributes $1,000 to Main Line Branch of NAACP towards low-income housing in Ardmore and Bryn Mawr (69-88). Holland Hunter responds to U.S. Congress's Joint Economic Committee on Soviet economic output from 1960 to 1974.

July 17 1969 to October 1 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-91 to 69-112. Student representatives invited to the Board of Managers and faculty meetings for the first time in HC history (69-91). President Coleman addresses PA Senate committee hearing and warns against new legislation in higher education that could lead to panic and dissent (69-92). Women students in residence for the first time in HC history as exchange students from women's colleges for the academic year (69-94). HC announces five major changes in its academic program, effective immediately (69-95). Jose Padin scholarship -- article written in both English and Spanish (69-96). President Coleman writes to POTUS Nixon that he is not convinced Anti-Ballistic Missile money is being used wisely (69-100). Anthony J. Zanin named varsity coach of baseball and basketball (69-101). New dining center completed for fall semester (69-102).Charles W. Smith named VP for business affairs at HC (69-104). Founders Bell financial issue (69-112).

September 29 1969 to December 4 1969, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-113 to 69-139. Joint statement of presidents of 79 private colleges in the United States urging a quicker withdrawal from Vietnam, organized by President Coleman and sent to POTUS Nixon (69-117). Mrs. John S. Price becomes first woman to serve on HC's board of managers (69-119). Exhibit featuring Francoise Andre and her husband Charles Stegman in Comfort Hall Gallery (69-125). Michael K. McLemore elected one of first two student reps to the Board of Managers to serve a two-year term, in addition to Jeffrey Speller (69-128). The Study Group on College Governance is formed for a year-long study (69-134). Professor Richard J. Bernstein named one of 10 outstanding college teachers in the nation from the Danforth Foundation (69-137).

December 10 1968 to January 24 1969 special #1, 1968-1969.
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Info Projects: 68-171B to 69-12. Nine-man Visiting Committee arrives at HC to help critique HC so it can improve (68-175). Custodians receive pay increases after administration, faculty, and students were concerned over the impact of the economy on custodial staff (68-183). John A. Lester, Jr., elected to one-year term as president of the Library Associates of HC (68-186). Vo Van Ai, the secretary general of the Oversea Vietnamese Buddhist Association, to discuss the state of Vietnam (68-195). Roy E. Randall to be honored for his retirement after 35 years of leading the HC Athletics (69-2). Response to the Black-student sit-in at Swarthmore, as requested by the Evening Bulletin (69-3). Library Associates launching a membership drive (69-7). Horizons honored by Time/Life, Inc. (69-11).

January 31 1969 to April 3 1969 special #2, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-13 to 69-46. HC Center for Nonviolent Resolution of Conflict brochure (69-13). Grants from Macy and Rockefeller foundations to HC's Post-Baccalaureate Fellowship Program (69-17). Political science dept. establishes award in honor of U.S. Information Officer Stephen H. Miller, who died in Vietnam (69-18). Library Associates has doubled in size during current membership drive (69-26). Ernest J. Prudente named head baseball coach at HC (69-28). Several students selected by Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation as one of the best future college teachers in US and Canada (69-32). C. Christopher Morris Cricket Library and Collection created at HC in Magill Library (69-40). Council officers elected (69-44).

March 7 1969 to March 20 1969 #1, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-41 to 69-43. Full draft of Horizons Spring, 1969, Volume 67, Number 3, before printing, along with the final printed edition (69-43).

March 7 1969 to March 20 1969 #2, 1969.
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Info Projects: 69-41 to 69-43. Same as above, but appears to be a photocopied version without annotations added atop of the copies (69-43).

December 11 1969 to May 13 1970, 1969-1970.
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Info Projects: 69-140 to 70-30. President Coleman's speech to the American Banking Association's Symposium on Public Policy and Economic Understanding (69-143). HC receives $30,000 grant to finance astronomical research under Dr. Louis C. Green, as funded by NASA (70-21). Officers elected to Students' Council (70-25). Letter from President Coleman and Dana Smith to Mr. Asa S. Bushnell, the Commissioner of the Eastern College Athletic Conference, and Mr. Walter Byers, Executive Director of NCAA, in suport of Yale's position on Jack Langer's eligibility (70-28). Announcement of new Center for Nonviolent Conflict Resolution and its plans (70-29). Article on NATO's consideration of nonviolent alternatives that was "killed" before it was sent out (70-30).

April 7 1970 to April 16 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-21 to 70-29. Range of texts from the previous folder (12/11/69 to 5/13/70) but in more "rough draft" forms, with heavier edits in pen, white-out, annotations, etc.

February 24 1970 to Spring 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-31 to 70-48C. Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship awarded to 3 Haverford seniors (70-31). A "KILLED" article on Nonviolence being studied under a federal grant (70-32). Leadership conference, sponsored by Aspira, Inc., will host 70 Puerto Rican Philadelphian high school students at HC (70-35). Two HC students win Danforth Graduate Fellowships for advanced study (70-41). Horizons Spring 1970 volume 68 number 3 (70-48).

April 13 1970 to June 4 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-49 to 70-62. HC refuses to sign agreement with Commonwealth of PA that would continue to allow HC students who are state residents eligible for financial aid, since the college would have had to report some of the internal disciplinary actions to the state (70-51A). Robin Roberts, former Phillies baseball star, to speak at HC Alumni Varsity Club's spring awards dinner (70-54). Former Attorney General Ramsey Clark to be main speaker at convocation for HC (70-55). HC holds second annual Liberal Arts Workshop for alumni, parents, and adult neighbors of HC (70-57). Six men received honorary degrees during Convocation at HC, including Ramsey Clark, ecologists, a businessman, and a civic leader (70-59).

June 11 1970 to September 1 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-63 to 70-76. Antillean Institute of Social Sciences, a ten-week, social-science institute, opens in Willemstad, Curacao, co-directed by A. Paul Hare, professor of sociology at HC, and Victor Pinedo, Jr., a Curacao businessman, HC 1962 (70-63). Professor Edwin B. Bronner, librarian and historian at HC, named president of two Quaker historical associations -- one in the United States, one in England (70-71). Haverford College and PHEAA reach agreement considering the new state law that requires colleges to report certain info on student activities (70-72). Alumni financial support increased dramatically over the past year (70-74). HC begins 137th year, with about 675 students, including exchange students from Sarah Lawrence, Smith, Vassar, and Bryn Mawr (70-75). Roberto Rivera named fourth annual winner of Jose Padin Scholarship at HC (70-76).

July 31 1970 to September 22 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-77 to 70-82. HC summer assistant and graduate of UPenn Martin Jugelson committed suicide on August 21st, 1970 (70-77). Suit filed questions constitutionality of PA laws requiring colleges and universities to report on certain behavior of students who receive state financial aid, as challenged by the ACLU (70-78). Norman B. Hannah, former U.S. minister and deputy chief of mission in Bangkok, Thailand, named diplomat-in-residence of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore colleges (70-80). Two-week workshop on nonviolent social change begins at HC (70-82).

September 24 1970 to October 20 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-83 to 70-97. Dr. Ruben Berrios Martinez, president of the Puerto Rican Independence Party and a professor at University of Puerto Rico Law School, to give a lecture at HC (70-84). Coleman's reaction, as published in the Inquirer, to Nixon's urging of Congress to authorize the Immediate Federal intervention in cases of bombing or arson on virtually all college campuses and the hiring of about 1,000 FBI agents to do this job (70-86). Professor emeritus Alfred J. Swan of music at HC dies following a stroke at his home at 79 years old (70-89).

October 20 1970 to October 26 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-98 to 70-105. Dr. Christian M. Hansen Jr. of New Hope PA honored with Haverford Award (70-98). Ben Z. Leuchter honored with Haverford Award (70-99). Charles A. Robinson of Avondale PA honored with Haverford Award (70-100). Anthony G. Amsterdam of Los Altos California honored with Haverford Award (70-101).

October 30 1970 to November 12 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-106 to 70-117. Test case court action to open in the suit with PHEAA, in which Haverford is a plaintiff (70-106). Hood trophy returns to Swarthmore as a result of their win in the 1969-1970 season (70-108). Craig L. Stark appointed assistant professor of religion at HC (70-111). E. Duncan Aswell appointed associate professor of English at HC (70-112). Geoffrey Martin named assistant professor of chemistry at HC (70-114). Haverford College Black Cultural Center, Haverford-Bryn Mawr Black Student League, and the Bryn Mawr College Black House to present weekend of special activities called "Black Weekend" from November 20-22 in celebration of the opening of the Black Cultural Center at HC (70-116).

November 19 1970 to December 30 1970, 1970.
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Info Projects: 70-118 to 70-128. "Gandhi" play by Gurney Campbell to be presented at HC in December (70-121). Haverford's Alumni Varsity Club honors alumni and students alike, notably Archibald Macintosh (70-123). Ralph M. Sargent elected to one-year term as President of the Library Associates of HC (70-127). New courses, including some on air pollution, Asia, and the Cold War to be taught in the spring semester of 1971 (70-128).

Janurary 7 1971 to March 16 1971, 1971.
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Info Projects: 71-1A+B1-B4 to 71-21. The Library Associates of Haverford College launching a drive to increase membership (71-1 A+B1-B4). Coleman in discussion with Selective Service director over the draft and misleading information (71-3). Marcel M. Gutwirth, a well-renowned French scholar and critic, to be a guest speaker for the 1971 program of the Library Associates of HC (71-8). Two Haverford College seniors named recipients of Keasbey Scholarship (71-18).

26014, 1971.
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Info Project: 71-16. Giving support folio "Haverford College Profiles -- 1971 (71-16).

April 2 1971 to October 9 1971, 1971.
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Info Projects: 71-22 to 71-41. Overview of the students named to the student council in April 1971 (71-23). Former Senator Eugene J. McCarthy, Senator Charles McCurdy Mathias Jr., and two Philly-area educators given honorary degrees from HC at commencement (71-33).

September 10 1971 to November 18 1971, 1971.
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Info Projects: 71-42 to 71-67. Fall 1971 marks HC's 138th year (71-42). Bruce C. Cooper appointed to the newly created position of Conference Director at HC (71-46). Faculty Women's Club of HC to hold a "Political Education Night" (71-47). Haverford College presents awards to a prominent Quaker and three other men on October 29, 1971 (71-60). Robert Katz, a 20-year-old senior at HC, has a 2500-word paper accepted for publication in "Classical World", a scholarly journal (71-64).

November 12 1971 to January 20 1972, 1971-1972.
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Info Projects: 71-68 to 72-4. William E. Sheppard II, Director of Alumni Affairs for HC and editor-in-chief of the Fund Raising Institute, died at his home in Plymouth Meeting on October 22, 1971, at age 57 (71-70). Mrs. Mamie Phipps Clark, Robert MacCrate, Chalmers V.A. Pittman, and Professor W. Wistar Comfort all named to the Board of Managers of HC (71-71 and 71-72 and 71-73). Information about the Durer Festival at HC (71-74). Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges receive $75,000 fund from the Richard King Mellon Foundation to further develop their inter-college cooperation (71-75). Richard J. Bernstein receives $18,000 senior fellowship from National Endowment of the Humanities to support his authorship of a book on social inquiry (71-78A). Durer Exhibit to open Sunday, December 5, 1971 (71-82). "Stendhal", a study of that French author by Professor Marcel Gutwirth, was published in NYC (71-85). Douglas A. Nichols, a junior at HC, named to Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference's small college All-Star Football team (71-88). New courses on urban housing, study of Black history through folklore, etc are new courses to be offered at HC for the Spring 1972 semester (71-89). Paul H. Haagen, a senior at HC, named one of 32 U.S. college students to receive Rhodes scholarships for post-graduate studies at Oxford University (72-4).

January 13 1972 to April 14 1972, 1972.
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Info Projects: 72-5 to 72-28. James Lyons, Dean of Students, announced the resignation of his post at HC after accepting a position as dean of student affairs at Stanford University (72-17).

April 20 1972 to September 7 1972, 1972.
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Info Projects: 72-29 to 72-43. Haverford College has received gifts totalling $1.5 million to create two new endowed professional chairs, in memory of Mrs. Ruth Marshall Magill and William R. Kenan, Jr., respectively (72-31). James Sims, the agent at the Penn Central's Haverford station, is due to retire May 31, 1972, and President Coleman and other faculty members will walk to the station with coffee and refreshments to thank him for his service to the College (72-33). Bertrand F. Bell III named Director of Alumni Relations at HC (72-36). Founders Bell 24 August 1972 (72-41). Coleman, along with Presidents of various Pennsylvania colleges and universities, send a statement to the Soviet Union concerning their policy to require Jewish people seeking emigration to Israel to make significant payments (72-42).

September 20 1972 to December 21 1972, 1972.
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Info Projects: 72-44z2 to 72-48. 244 new students entered the freshman class in fall 1972 -- detailed profiles on the students (72-44).

September 28 1972 to November 2 1972, 1972.
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Info Projects: 72-49 to 72-75. HC receives nearly $2.4 million in gifts in 1971-1972 (72-50). Charles (Chuck) Durante named sports information director at HC (72-51). Joseph L. Seiler III of Ocean City named co-editor of the Bryn Mawr-Haverford College News (72-52). Gerhard E. Spiegler, provost and professor of religion at HC, to deliver main address at Honors Convocation on October 10 1972 (72-55). Portrait of Dr. Jonathan E. Rhoads to be unveiled to celebrate the end of his nine-year term as chairman of the Board of Managers of HC (72-65).John C. Whitehead elected as chairman of Board of Managers of HC (72-66). Christopher, the dog of Thomas "Robin" Cook, taught to fetch javelins by Robert McKee (72-67). Haverford, along with Bryn Mawr, Swarthmore, and nine other PA colleges, to share $45,000 in grants to perform a study of faculty appointment and development (72-71).

November 10 1972 to December 11 1972, 1972.
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Info Projects 72-76 to 72-114. James Crite, David Hackett, and Harry M. Levit elected as the three Presidents of HC's Student Council (72-76, 72-77, 72-78). Memorial concert to be held in honor of Francis de Pasquale, who died following heart surgery in September of 1972 (72-80). Paul M. Cope Jr. elected to Board of Managers of HC (72-81). Christopher A. Dale elected secretary of HC Student Council (72-84). Robert S. Lyle and D. Neil Stafford elected as the two student representatives to the Board of Managers at HC (72-85). Three students named to the faculty's Committee on Student Standings and Programs at HC (72-93). Three students appointed to the faculty's Administrative Advisory Committee at HC (72-94). Mark M. Sheppard, a freshman at HC, selected as one of eight college freshmen in the United States to receive a four-year Beinecke Scholarship (72-97). A variety of soccer and basketball updates throughout.

January 11 1973 to February 19 1973, 1973.
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Info Projects 73-1 to 73-18. John Coleman evaluated by Board of Managers and is to continue serving as President of HC (73-4). Gerhard Spiegler, Provost and professor of religion at HC, named acting President of HC during Coleman's four-month sabbatical (73-6). Robert M. Gavin Jr., chemistry professor at HC, receives $18,000 Teacher-Scholar Grant from the Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation (73-7). Douglas Health, professor of psychology at HC, to receive a $25,000 grant from the Spencer Foundation to support his research into maturity (73-10). Du Pont Company awards HC with a $6,000 grant -- $5,000 for the chemistry department and a $1,000 discretionary fund (73-11). National Science Foundation's Institutional Grants for Science Program awards HC with $7,132 towards math and science (73-14).

February 22 1973 to May 7 1973, 1973.
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Info Projects 73-19 to 73-51. James P. Magill to give HC $1 million to create new scholarship program in honor of Dr. Jonathan E. Rhoads, to be called Magill-Rhoads Scholarships (73-21). Various wrestling updates throughout folder. HC seniors Orlando Hernandez, William O'Neill, and Bruce Patterson awarded Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowships for 1973-1974 (73-38). Edward Douglas Snyder, retired professor of English at HC, died in a California hospital on April 6, 1973 (73-44). Spring 1973 commencement details and speakers (73-50).

May 16 1973 to September 21 1973, 1973.
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Info projects 73-52 to 73-105. Martin (Marty) Gilbert and Stanley (Skip) Jarocki named to HC's athletic department staff as coaches (73-59). Michael K. Showe, assistant professor of biology at HC, awarded senior fellowship from European Molecular Biology Organization, which will allow him to spend a year researching in Switzerland (73-60). HC named recipient of the American Alumni Council's first place award for high levels of yearly financial support from alumni, which came with $4,000 for the college (73-63). Alfred P. Sloan Foundation in NYC awards HC $80,000 to support the science program (73-65). Thomas J. D'Andrea, an associate professor of psychology at HC, named provost of the college (73-66). William Carter, supervisor of HC's mail service, is honored at his retirement after forty-two years at the college (73-67). Various varsity soccer team updates throughout. Cricket team roster updates throughout. Cross-country roster updates.

October 4 1973 to January 8 1974, 1973-1974.
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Info Projects 73-106 to 73-174. Joseph P. Quinlan and Robert S. Lyle elected the two student representatives to the Board of Managers at HC (73-106). Itinerary of Coleman's four-month sabbatical as well as a brief biography on the President and some quotes of his (73-107). After HC was featured in a Wall Street Journal article about how small, private colleges are struggling financially, Coleman wrote a response that led to a correction, stating that HC has a large endowment that would prevent any closures (73-108). The 140th anniversary of the opening of HC to be celebrated in October 1973 (73-116). In a rare showing, HC's athletic teams won all five events held during Homecoming week (73-118). Margaret Gest Center dedication on November 10, 1973 (73-119). Charles Morgan, director of the national office of the ACLU, to lecture on Watergate and possible impeachment on November 13, 1973 (73-121). Professor Ariel G. Loewy, chairman of the biology department at HC, named one of three scientists to receive the 1973 James F. Mitchell Foundation Award for Heart and Vascular Research (73-125B). Earl G. Harrison Jr., the headmaster of Westtown Friends School, elected to Board of Managers at HC (73-165). Roger S. Hillas, president of the Provident National Corporation, elected to Board of Managers at HC (73-168). Andrew L. Lewis Jr. elected to Board of Managers at HC (73-173).

January 14 1974 to March 15 1974, 1974.
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Info Projects 74-1 to 74-20. Instead of admitting women, HC seeks a "fuller coeducational environment" with Bryn Mawr, with coeducational classrooms and the aim to create a joint board with Bryn Mawr concerning coeducational progress (74-4). The 1974 program of the Library Associates will include President Coleman's talk on his sabbatical and his work as an undercover unskilled laborer (74-7). William O. Douglas, associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court to speak at HC on March 5, 1974 (74-14).

March 14 1974 to May 30 1974, 1974.
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Info Projects 74-21 to 74-42D. Four HC seniors -- Gary Gasper, Eliot Leib, John Mueller, and Thomas Richie -- named to receive Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowships for 1974-75 (74-23). Arboretum to hold first spring meeting on May 4, 1974 (74-36). James K. Blake named the public relations officer of Haverford College (74-37). Spring 1974 commencement details announced, including a campus map from 1973 (74-38). Jeffrey I. Cohen elected as student representative to Board of Managers at HC (74-39). Haverford-Bryn Mawr Summer Theatre Festival to have first residence from May 31 to July 28, 1974 (74-41). Six people received honorary degrees at the Spring 1974 Commencement at HC: Miriam E. Brown, Charlotte M. and William E. Cadbury, Robert L. DeWitt, Wilmer J. Young, and Paul Weiss (74-42D).

May 30 1974 to June 20 1974, 1974.
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Info Projects 74-43 to 74-77. Paul Denig, a recently graduated senior, received the Clementine Cope Fellowship for Graduate Study from Haverford College (74-44). Stephen G. Emerson was the only student to graduate summa cum laude from HC in the Spring 1974 commencement (74-45). Nine students graduated magna cum laude from HC in the Spring 1974 Commencement (74-46 through 74-53). Various students elected to the Phi Beta Kappa national honor society. John C. Whiteland pledges gift of $900,000 to Haverford College (74-77).

June 26 1974 to November 1 1974, 1974.
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Info Projects 74-78 to 74-104. John W. Gould named Director of Alumni Relations at Haverford College (74-79). James P. Magill, prominent Haverford College alumna whose philanthropy was closely tied to the college, dies at age 88 on Saturday, July 13, 1974 (74-86 A). Haverford College to have largest enrollment in its history in the Fall of 1974, with a record 770 students (74-89).

November 1 1974 to December 12 1974, 1974.
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Info Projects 74-105 to 74-115. Haverford Soccer team remains unbeaten after four games (74-109B). Loren F. Ghiglione, Dr. Charles E. Holzer Jr., Dr. Harry Fields, and Charles H. Frazier honored with 1974 Haverford Award (74-113).

January 9 1975 to January 17 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-1 to 75-4. Ann W. Blair named to two-year term as president of the Library Associates of Haverford College (75-1). Charles Rosen, famous pianist, to present a Phi Beta Kappa lecture and concert (75-3). Haverford College to purchase the Haverford Park Apartments, adjacent to the campus, some to be used for student housing (75-4).

January 15 1975 to January 30 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-5 to 75-8. Events for January and February (75-5 and 75-7). Professor Christopher Cairns to present one-man show of sculptures and drawings of his (75-8).

February 11 1975 to February 18 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-9 to 75-17. Haverford College to receive a $3,200 grant from the Dolfinger-McMahon Foundation in support of the "Saturday Program" (75-9). J. Russell King elected to one-year term as President of the Students' Council of Haverford College. The Strawbridge Observatory at HC to be available to the public for telescopic viewing on Friday, February 21st, but only if the sky is completely clear (75-16). Haverford College senior, Richard DeJesus, named a recipient of the 1975-1976 Fulbright Fellowship for post-grad study in Latin America (75-17).

February 18 1975 to April 22 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-18 to 75-35. David Potter, dean of Haverford College, named to the board of directors of the American Conference of Academic Deans at its annual meeting (75-21). The Haverford College Basketball team makes it to the semi-finals against Widener College in the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division (75-22). Haverford College sophomore Timur F. Galen receives Scott Paper Company Foundation Award for Leadership for his leadership on the varsity soccer team (of which he is co-captain) and the combined Haverford-Bryn Mawr sailing club (75-25). Free Business Counseling opportunity hosted at Haverford College (75-31). Tennis having a successful season (75-33, 75-35A). Commencement information for graduation of Spring 1975 (75-34).

June 6 1975 to June 22 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-36 to 75-77. At Haverford College's seventh annual Liberal Arts Workshop, President Coleman will teach a mini-course on "Work in America" (75-36). Joseph P. Quinlan appointed as assistant public relations officer at Haverford College (75-38). Overview of the honors given to graduates of Spring 1975 (75-40 to 75-59). Andrew B. Zimmerman receives Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowship for 1975-1976 (75-60). Stephen Anderson named to two all-star teams of lacrosse following his graduation (75-61). Various lacrosse team awards and bios of the players (75-61 to 75-76).

June 20 1975 to June 20 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-78 to 75-100. Baseball varsity letter awards (75-78 to 75-96). Francis E. (Dixie) Dunbar retiring after nine years as track and cross-county mentor at HC (75-98). More baseball letter winners (75-99 to 75-100).

June 20 1975 to June 24 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-100 to 75-112. Tennis letter winners (75-102 to 75-108). Rick Feigelson, an undergraduate student at Haverford College, has a theory published in a journal (75-111). Info on the Haverford and Bryn Mawr summer theater throughout.

July 2 1975 to July 19 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-113 to 75-119. David M. Wertheimer elected to two-year term as one of two student reps to the HC board of manages (75-113). Horizons Summer 1975 draft (75-115).

July 21 1975 to August 28 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-120 to 75-129. Dick Voith, junior basketball player at Haverford College, featured in national magazine "Street and Smith" (75-121). Feature about Haverford College and its way of hosting visitors (that allows contact with students for a few days or even a week) in "The Sunday Bulletin" (75-122). Historic set of letters and documents with autographs of each of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence to be auctioned in the fall of 1975 at Haverford College (75-126). Feature on Ronald Jenkins, a clown-college graduate and soon-to-be Haverford alum, who clowns as entertainment and education (75-128). Tom Donnelly, former all-American distance runner, named head cross-country and track and field coach at Haverford College (75-129).

September 18 1975 to September 21 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-131 to 75-156. Haverford College sets annual giving records at $482,051 over the past year (75-132). Soccer team members bios in honor of the start of the team's 75th season (75-133 to 75-155).

September 28 1975 to September 29 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-157 to 75-177. Cross-country hometowners (75-157 through 75-160, 75-162 through 75-170). Tamara Brooks, Haverford's new conductor, to debut on Wednesday, October 15,1975 (75-173). Haverford College awarded $30,000 grant from the Esther A. and Joseph Klingenstein Fund, Inc. to be used in the president's discretionary fund (75-176).

October 30 1975 to December 23 1975, 1975.
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Info Projects 75-179 to 75-222. Fencing team members (75-185 to 75-193). Wrestling team members (75-194 to 75-202). Basketball team members (75-203 to 75-214). William Morris Maier retired as treasurer of the Corporation of Haverford College after twenty-six years (75-222).

February 5 1976 to March 19 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-1 to 76-17. PA Superior Court Judge Edmund B. Spaeth Jr. and Herman M. Somers named to Haverford Board of Managers (76-1 and 76-2). Andrew W. Mellon Foundation provides three-year grant of $185,000 to Haverford College to support the faculty (76-3). Dave Stubbs, a junior on the HC basketball team, is the fifth player in the college's history to have scored 1,000 points or more (76-6). Dick Voith, a junior on the HC basketball team, broke the all-time career record for Haverford College basketball scoring, surpassing the previous record of 1,300 with 1,310 (76-8). Diana Harrison promoted to the position of public relations officer of Haverford College (76-10). Aaron Copland, famous American composer, to visit Haverford College in a concert-panel discussion on Friday, March 26th, 1976 (76-17).

April 1976 to ?, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-18 to 76-73. Varsity tennis team hometowners (76-20 through 76-27). Varsity baseball hometowners (76-29 through 76-46). Varsity golf hometowners (76-50 through 76-60). Varsity lacrosse team hometowners (76-61 through 76-73).

? 1976 to May 11 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-74 to 76-118. Varsity lacrosse team hometowners (76-74 through 76-78). Varsity track and field hometowners (76-86 through 76-100). Free business consulting workshop to be held at Haverford College and will be sponsored by NTl Institute of Arlington, Virginia, for another year (76-113). Commencement for Spring 1976 announcements (76-115). James L. Canan elected to one-year term as President of the Students' Council at Haverford College (116). United States Senator Charles M. Mathias to give principal address at Haverford College's commencement in Spring 1976 (76-116A). Joseph P. Quinlan named assistant to the President and assistant dean of student affairs at Haverford College (76-117).

May 24 1976 to June 8 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-120 to 76-152. Haverford College announces drive to raise $20 million dollars by 1980 (76-120). Commencement releases, including honors and awards presented to students, both graduating and not, at Haverford College (76-121 through 76-144). Feature on Pete Steenbergen, Haverford College's star tennis player, to be released in the "Butler Eagle" (76-147). Varsity tennis post-season releases (76-148 through 76-152).

June 10 1976 to June 18 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-153 to 76-200. Golf team letter winners (76-153 through 76-158). President Coleman named a member of the 1976 National United Nations Day Committee, which will be held on October 24th (76-159). Track letter winners (76-160 through 76-173). Baseball letter winners (76-174 through 76-188). The Henry Luce Foundation grants $225,000 to Haverford College to support a professor who will create a program around ethical issues in various professions for five years (76-189). Lacrosse post-season releases, including letter winners (76-191 through 76-200).

June 18 1976 to September 14 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-201 to 76-240. Lacrosse 1976 letter winners/post-season release (76-201 through 76-209). The 148th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society to be held on Haverford's campus from June 22nd to 24th, 1976 (76-210). Pete Steenbergen named All-American in NCAA Division III Tennis and advanced all the way to the semi-finals (76-212). Profiles on all eighteen of the freshmen entering Haverford College in the fall of 1976 as Magill-Rhodes Scholars (76-214 through 76-231). Thomas D. Sutton elected to a two-year term as a student representative to the board of managers at HC (76-233). Three HC graduates -- David Crommett, Ronald Jenkins, and Andrew Silk -- awarded one-year, $7,000 traveling fellowships (76-234a and b).

September 16 1976 to September 30 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-241 to 76-281. Political science professor Harvey Glickman named Acting Provost for 1976-1977 at Haverford College (76-242). HC biology professor Ariel G. Loewy the only representative of an undergraduate institution to be awarded a National Science Foundation NATO Senior Fellowship in Science (76-243). Cross-country hometown press releases for fall 1976 team (76-245 through 76-267). The Haverford College varsity soccer team defeats the United States Naval Academy team in a shocking upset (76-268). Varsity soccer team hometown press releases (76-269 through 76-281).

October 4 1976 to December 1 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-282 to 76-299B. Haverford College Saturday Program, in which high school students from the inner-city of Philadelphia take classes at Haverford College for a day, is in its tenth year (76-283). Robert MacCrate, HC '43, puts $50,000 towards the renovation of Haverford's music building and auditorium (76-284). Phil Zipin, a junior on the varsity soccer team at HC, leads the team this season (76-286). HC honors four graduates with the 1976 Haverford Awards -- Robert C. Good, John T. Hough Jr., Martin C. Lehfeldt, and Jay W. Worrall (76-289). Haverford's varsity soccer team eliminated in the first round of the NCAA Division III Regional Soccer Tournament by Elizabethtown College (76-298). John B. Jones Jr. and Thomas B. Gerlach elected to the Haverford College Board of Managers (76-299a and b).

December 7 1976 to December 23 1976, 1976.
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Info Projects 76-299C to 76-357. Henry C. Beerits elected to the Haverford College Board of Managers (76-299C). Haverford College to honor the late Miriam M. H. Thrall at a memorial service on December 8th, 1976, and will dedicate the Gest Center's art gallery-lounge area to her memory (76-302). Five HC soccer players named to the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division all-star teams -- Timur Galen, Philip Zipin, Matthew Zipin, Brian Shuman, and David Cowhey (76- 304). Basketball hometown press releases (76-305 through 76-317). Haverford College Board of Managers decides to admit women transfer students into the sophomore, junior, and senior class years beginning in the fall semester of 1977 (76-319). Wrestling hometown press releases (76-321 through 76-330). Soccer letter winners and all-stars (76-331 through 76-342). Fencing hometown press releases (76-343 through 76-355).

January 7 1977 to April 4 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-1 to 77-40. President John R. Coleman announces that he will leave his post on June 30, 1977, after ten years in the role (77-3). John W. Gould named associate director of Haverford College's fundraising drive for $20 million (77-5). Marcel Gutwirth named HC's William R. Kenan Jr. Professor effective on July 1, 1977 (77-6). Senior Dick Voith surpasses basketball team's career scoring record and raises it to over 2,000 points (77-12). Haverford College names search committee to find a successor for Dr. John R. Coleman (77-13). Dick Voith named to the First Team of the NCAA Division III All-American squad -- the only Haverford player to ever achieve this (77-39).

April 11 1977 to ?, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-41 to 77-83. Dick Voith awarded a $1,500 scholarship by the NCAA (77-41). HC chemistry professor John P. Chesick awarded a $6,000 National Science Foundation Grant to support summer research program for three chemistry students (77-45). HC awarded a $13,000 grant from the Research Corporation of New York City to study the photochemistry of carbon suboxide, as led by chemistry professor Colin MacKay (77-46). Francis D. Fisher, a Harvard professor and administrator, named to a five-year appointment as HC's Henry R. Luce Professor of Ethics and the Professions (77-47). Spring 1977 commencement saw the graduation of 189 seniors from Haverford College (77-49). HC senior Kevin Francis Miller won a Danforth Graduate Fellowship (77-51). Philip Kaplan awarded a National Science Foundation Student-Originated Studies Grant (77-53). Stephen G. Cary, notable Philadelphia Quaker, named the acting president of Haverford College (77-54). HC to receive gift of $1 million from Robert M. Collins of Cobe Laboratories (77-57). Lacross hometown press releases (77-59 through 77-72). Golf hometown press releases (77-73 through 77-78). Varsity track team hometowners (77-79 through 77-83).

? to June 10 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-84 to 77-112C. Varsity track team hometowners continued (77-84 through 77-92). Varsity baseball hometowners (77-93 through 110). Varsity tennis hometowners (77-112 through 77-119). Some killed articles, never published (77-50, 77-309, 77-310, 77-311).

Clippings 78 Part 1, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-335, 78-368 to 78-392. Clippings from publications mentioning or about Haverford College in 1978. Bernard Henderson appointed to post of associate director of development at Haverford College (78-391). Archibald MacIntosh, emeritus vice president and director of admissions at HC, chosen to receive the Edward S. Noyes Award for Outstanding Service by the College Entrance Examination Board (78-386). Carson J. Thompson appointed assistant baseball coach at HC (78-384). Creation of the David Levin Memorial Fund for Visitors in the Humanities at HC (78-368).

Clippings 78 Part 2, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-37, 78-39, 78-40, jump to 78-59, 78-68-78-70, then jump to 78-315 to 317. Then 78-319. 78-323, 78-327, 78-329, 78-330, 78-335, 78-341, 78-342, 78-361-78-365, 78-367, 78-368. HC and Bryn Mawr set to present the world premiere of John Davison's Mass (78-68). Richard Morsch, athletic trainer at HC, to retire in May 1978 after 27 years at HC (78-70). Robert Bocking Stevens and Mary Patterson McPherson to attend each other's installations as presidents at their respective colleges of Haverford and Bryn Mawr (78-323). Elie Wiesel, a novelist and survivor of the Holocaust, to speak at HC (78-335). Haverford College receives $500,000 grant from the DeWitt Wallace Fund to provide Reader's Digest Scholarships to students (78-363). The Pew Memorial Trust awards $50,000 to Haverford College to help finance the college's energy conservation program (78-364).

Clippings 79 Part 1, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-1, 79-3, 79-4, 79-5 through 79-16, 79-17, 79-18, 79-23, 79-28, 79-31, 79-32, 79-33, 79-38, 79-40, 79-47, 79-50 79-71, 79-54, 79-55, 79-56, 79-60, 79-61, 79-62, 79-65. 79-67, 79-68, 79-71. Haverford College offers students to volunteer with Eighth Dimension Program, a service program that has students tutor convicted young men (79-1). Dr. Linda Gerstein, professor of history at HC, elected to Council of the American Association of University Professors (79-17). Criticism towards Haverford-Bryn Mawr Chamber Orchestra for an "inconsistent performance" (79-38). Seventeen students, about fifteen percent of each class at Haverford, are studying abroad in 1979 (79-47). Haverford-Bryn Mawr Drama Club present the musical "Company" (79-50). Board of Managers decides to admit women as freshmen at Haverford College in the fall of 1980 (79-54). Dr. Grimsley Hobbs to leave position as Guilford College President, known at the "Haverford" of the south (79-56). Paul F. Forshay receives 1979 Archibald MacIntosh Award at Haverford College (79-60). Harvey Court named winner of the Scott Paper Co. Foundation Award at HC (79-61). David Hamilton awarded a Fulbright-Hays Grant to study abroad for a year (79-62). Georgia State Senator Julian Bond to speak on April 22 at Haverford College (79-68).

Clippings 79 Part 2, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-76, 79-78, 79-81, 79-72, 79-82, 79-85, 79-87, 79-90, 79-91, 79-92, 79-93, 79-97, 79-99, 79-100, 79-106, 79-126, 79-127, 79-129, 79-130, 79-131, 79-132, 79-141, 79-144, 79-155. Haverford College gives Tony Taylor, the Phillies's first base coach, an honorary doctor of education degree for his contributions to Philadelphia area youth (79-78). Katherine L. Camp honored with HC honorary Doctorate of Laws (79-78). 24-hour basketball marathon at Haverford College to raise money for Leukemia Society (79-82). Martin F. Heller, Class of 1954, to provide a fund for an annual prize and scholarship to HC students who have worked in research or service with neurologically-impaired individuals (79-87). Haverford College appoints Samuel Gubins as treasurer of the college (79-91). John F. Hoffmeyer awarded a Beinecke Memorial Scholarship by the Sperry and Hutchinson Co. (79-99). "Customs Week" information, explanation of the tradition (79-100). William S. Halstead, Evarts G. Loomis, and Charles R. Ebersol, all graduates of Haverford, granted the 1979 Haverford awards (79-127). Haverford College adds three new members to the board (79-129). County book collector donates valuable collection of books to Haverford (79-141). Christopher Goff, professor at HC, wins a $35,000 grant to establish a lab in gene cloning (79-144).

Clippings 80, 1980.
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Info Projects 80-12, 80-19, 80-24, 80-53, 80-55, 80-72, 80-88A2, 80-89, 80-90, 81-160. HC awarded $60,000 to support the study of science among minority students (80-12). Haverford College announces that it will not hold securities in banks that make or keep loans to the government of South Africa due to apartheid (80-55). Haverford College reaches its campaign goal of $20 million ahead of schedule (80-72). HC receives grant of $250,000 from the National Science Foundation to upgrade computing and expand computer use (80-88A2). HC receives grant for women's athletics at the value of $20,000, as provided by the Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund (80-89). HC granted $30,000 from the W. W. Smith Charitable Trust of Ardmore, to help the college maintain its financial aid policy in the face of inflation (80-90). Bernard Henderson promoted from associate director of development to director of development in foundations, corporations, and government relations (November 15, 1980). "Haverford Sampler" exhibit, with unusual manuscripts, books, original art, photos, and maps, to run until December 7, 1980 (November 19, 1980). Psychohistorian Lloyd deMause to speak on "The Iranian Crisis as an American Group Fantasy" at HC (November 25, 1980). John A. Cantrell named national chairman for 1980-1981 annual giving at Haverford College (November 26, 1980). Mary Louise Allen, Ardmore resident, named director of the Eighth Dimension at HC (December 23, 1980).

June 16 1977 to June 20 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-120 to 77-213. Commencement Honors Awards announced (77-120 through 77-162). Futher senior releases/prize winners (77-163 through 77-175). More senior releases (77-176 through 77-180). More senior releases (77-181 through 77-183). Graduation announcements (77-184 through 77-199). Douglas W. Zlock named a letter winner on the 1977 HC varsity tennis team (77-200). Further grad announcements (77-201 through 77-213).

June 20 1977 to June 24 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-214 to 77-305. Senior releases of their graduations and the bachelor of arts degrees for the Class of 1977 (77-214, 77-216 through 77-279). No 77-280 through 77-286. Senior releases of their graduations and the bachelor of sciences degrees for the Class of 1977 (77-287 through 77-300). No 77-301. HC receives $4.25 million from the estate of the late James P. Magill (77-302). Nicholas T. Harris receives $7,000 Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowship for the 1977-1978 year (77-304). Jerry P. Gollub, associate professor of physics at HC, awarded a $74,300 grant by the National Science Foundation (77-305).

July 13 1977 to October 18 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-306 to 77-345. Chris Billy, recent graduate of HC, receives 1977-1978 Fulbright Fellowship for post-graduate study in Germany (77-306). Sam Otter, recent graduate of HC, receives Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship (77-307A). Daniel M. Price, recent graduate of HC, receives Keasbey Memorial Foundation Scholarship (77-308). No 77-309 or 77-310. 63.9% of HC alumni supported HC with gifts in its 1977 Annual Giving program (77-311). No 77-312. Penelope C. Hinckley named the first coordinator of women's athletics at HC (77-313). Acting President Stephen G. Cary launches "Eighth Dimension" program with a one-year grant of $24,000 from the William Penn Foundation (77-314). Thank-you letter from John C. Whitehead to HC alumni, surrounding the achievement of the $20 million donation drive (77-319). Soccer hometown releases for fall 1977 season (77-320 through 77-338). No 77-339 through 77-341. Mary Ann Meyers named director of public relations at HC (77-344).

October 17 1977 to December 28 1977, 1977.
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Info Projects 77-346 to 77-365. Swami Nishreyasananda, notable Indian Scholar, to hold eight events at HC in late October and early November of 1977 (77-348). Haverford Award recipients announced for 1977 (77-349). $1.8 million passed to HC to develop the cross-cultural study of religion, as willed by the late Margaret Ralston Gest (77-358). U.S. Senator Dick Clark and Andrew Silk, to speak on International Affairs, specifically concerning South Africa (77-360). $48,000 grant given to HC from the National Endowment for the Humanities (77-364).

January 6 1978 to March 6 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-1 to 78-28. No 78-5. Janice Reutt named Sports Information Director at HC (78-12). John Wesley Gilbert, Jr., appointed associate director of development at HC (78-13). Paula Singer named assistant director of public relations at HC (78-14). David Potter, dean of HC, elected to one-year term as chairman of the American Conference of Academic Deans (78-17). HC received two grants -- Charles E. Merrill Trust and Richard Humphreys Foundation -- to aid it in its efforts to attract minority students to the college (78-19). Hubert Martin III, a senior at HC, is one of thirty American students to win a Marshall Scholarship to study in England (78-23).

March 6 1978 to April 11 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-29 to 78-62. No 78-35 in the folder. The Beggar's Opera hometowners (78-29 through 78-36). Reverend Leon Sullivan, pastor of the Zion Baptist Church in Philadelphia and the founder of the Opportunities Industrialization Center to hold a discussion on Black advancement at Haverford College (78-39). Varsity basketball letters hometowners (78-42 through 78-51). No 78-54. Fencing team varsity letter winners (78-58). Updates on the starts of the various sports' seasons (78-60). Robert Bocking Stevens named the new president of Haverford College (78-61). Sociology Charles V. Willie of Harvard University to speak on "The American Dream" at HC (78-62). Updates on the sports teams a bit later into the season of Spring 1978 (78-62).

April 17 1978 to May 12 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-63 to 78-95. Robert Scott Israel receives $7,000 Thomas J. Watson Traveling Fellowship (78-63). Patricia T. Docherty, manager of the Haverford College bookstore, named "Manager of the Year" by the National Association of College Stores (78-64). Richard Morsch, the athletic trainer at HC, announced his retirement to be effective as of May 1978 (78-70). No 78-71. Gregory J. Kleiber wins a Danforth Graduate Fellowship for advanced study for his Ph.D. (78-72). Spring 1978 Commencement announcements, honorary degrees, speakers, etc. (78-73). Hometown baseball releases (78-75 through 78-87). Golf hometown releases (78-88 through 78-95).

June 15 1978 to September 19 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects 78-313 to 78-335. Richard J. Bernstein, philosophy professor at HC, awarded a fellowship for post-doctoral research by the American Council of Learned Societies (78-313). Fifteen members of the Haverford College soccer team to attend the World Cup soccer games in Buenos Aires, Argentina (78-314). Marty Lipman and Rich Marks, freshman doubles on the HC tennis team, selected for the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III All-American Tennis Team (78-316). Haverford College to open on Thursday, September 7, 1978, with a new president -- Stevens (78-319). HC to be assisted in meeting the increased demand for financial aid through a grant of $40,000 from the W. W. Smith Charitable Trust (78-321). Mary Patterson McPherson to be inducted as Bryn Mawr's sixth president on the same day as Robert Bockign Stevens is to be inducted as Haverford's tenth president (78-322). Skip Jarocki assumes the duties of head coach of the Haverford College soccer team (78-331). Elie Wiesel, noted Jewish novelist, to appear at HC for a discussion (78-335).

September 21 1978 to October 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects: 78-336 to 78-370. 59.8% of Haverford's alumni made contributions to the college over 1978 (78-336). Over 200 parents of Haverford College students expected to visit on Parents' Day on October 7th (78-339). Cross country team hometowners (78-343 through 360). HC receives a half million dollar grant from the DeWitt Wallace Fund (78-363). The Pew Memorial Trust awarded $50,000 to Haverford College to help finance the College's energy conservation program (78-364). HC announces the creation of the David Levin Memorial Fund for Visitors in the Humanities (78-368). Haverford's Magill-Rhoads Scholarship hometowners (78-370).

October 30 1978 to December 21 1978, 1978.
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Info Projects: 78-371 to 78-392. HC receives $450,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, which is claimed over time to match alumni donations (78-372). Wallace T. Collett elected to the board of managers of Haverford College (78-374). Donald E. Stokes electd to the board of managers at HC (78-376). Varsity basketball roster (78-378). The Haverford/Bryn Mawr Hunger Action Committee to hold a fast day on Thursday, November 16, 1978 (78-380). For the first time in Haverford College history, the entire cross-country team qualified for the National Championships (78-382). Carson J. Thompson appointed assistant baseball coach at HC (78-384). Archibald MacIntosh, emeritus vice president and director of admissions at HC, receives the Edward S. Noyes Award for Outstanding Service by the College Entrance Examination Board (78-386). Mike Sheely, a HC cross-country team member, to compete in the Junior Olympic three mile National Championships in Kansas (78-388). Bernard Henderson appointed associate director of development at Haverford College (78-391).

January 5 1979 to Februrary 20 1979, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-2 to79-39. No 79-5 through 79-16. Linda Gersetin, professor of history at HC, elected to the Council of the American Association of University Professors (79-17). Soccer hometowners -- performance at the Middle Atlantic Conference's Southern Division (79-20). HC junior Adam V. Friedman selected as an intern with the New York State Assembly (79-21). Mike Sheely to compete in the International Cross Country Track Meet in Gainesville, Florida (79-23). Mike Sheely to be one of fourteen runners representing the United States in the World Cross Country Track Meet that will be held in Limerick, Ireland (79-28).

February 23 1979 to April 9 1979, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-40 to 79-60. HC senior Larry "Ike" Eisenlohr finishes Haverford wrestling career by placing third in his division of the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships at Gettsburg (79-43). Seventeen Haverford College students studying abroad in 1979 (79-47). Hometown press releases for basketball and wrestling (79-52). The Board of Managers of Haverford College decide to begin to admit women as freshmen beginning in 1980 (79-54). Congressman Barber Conable to address the fiscal crisis at Haverford College (79-58). Students, faculty members, and community members participate in the yearly tradition of a spring clean up (79-59). Paul F. Forshay is the 1979 recipient of the Archibald MacIntosh Award at HC (79-60).

April 2 1979 to July 3 1979, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-61 to 79-93. Steven Hoffman, David Hamilton, and Michael Lewis awarded prestigious grants (79-61 through 79-63). Kamran Khan, cricket coach at Haverford College, to be a member of the first American team ever to compete for the World Cup in cricket (79-66).No 79-69. Emilio W. Cividanes, a HC senior, wins a Watson Fellowship for a year's travel and study outside of the United States (79-72). Rich Pressler, sophomore at HC, pitched the first no-hitter in the College's history against Johns Hopkins (79-74). Haverford wins the Hood Trophy for the first time in ten years, after defeating Swarthmore (79-77). The first women transfer students graduate from Haverford in spring of 1979 (79-78). Ray Lemisch finishes the 1979 lacrosse season as the scoring champion of the Middle Atlantic Conference (79-80). Edgar S. Rose named the Francis B. Gummere Professor of English at HC (79-81). Over $1,200 to be donated to the Leukemia Society following a 24-hour basketball marathon held at HC (79-82). Professor of chemistry Colin F. MacKay named acting provost of HC (79-83). Varsity sports hometown releases (79-85). Heller Memorial Fund established to provide an annual prize and scholarship to HC students who have worked in research or social service with neurologically-impaired people (79-87). HC junior Eric William Sedlak awarded a scholarship for summer study in West Germany (79-88).

June 12 1979 to October 11 1979, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-91 to 79-119. President Stevens announces appointment of Samuel Gubins as treasurer of the college (79-91). Richard J. Schwab and Ray Lemisch, HC lacrosse players, named to the Mid-Atlantic Division All-Star team (79-94). Jerry Miraglia named to the first team of the Middle Atlantic Conference's All-Star squad as a first baseman (79-95). Matthew Sekelick named to the second team of the Middle Atlantic Conference's All-Star Squad as an outfielder (79-96). John Frederick Hofmeyer, a rising senior, awarded a Beinecke Memorial Scholarship (79-99). Info on "Customs Week" at HC (79-100). Parliament members Peter Shore of the Labour Party to speak at Haverford College (79-106). HC soccer team wins the Fourth Annual Haverford Invitational Soccer Tournament (79-107).

October 13 1979 to November 2 1979, 1979.
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Info Projects 79-120 to 79-146. Haverford College names William K. Rawding the new head coach of the Ford wrestling team (79-123). New board members Bolling, Dasenbrock, and Palitz named to the Board of Managers (79-129). Varsity soccer and varsity cross-country hometown press releases (79-135). The Haverford cross-country team wins the Middle Atlantic Conference Cross-Country championship (79-136). Tim O'Neill, the goaltender of HC, finishes his last of four seasons at HC (79-137). List of eleven local students attending Haverford in the fall of 1979 (79-139). HC's Christopher Goff wins prestigious Camille and Henry Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Grant (79-144). No 79-145

November 12 1979 to January 7 1981, 1979-1980.
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Info Projects 79-147 to 79-169. The Haverford-Bryn Mawr Quaker Activities Committee (QUAC) to sponsor a day of fasting for Cambodia (79-151). HC cross-country team places 16th in the NCAA (79-152). Richard J. Bernstein named T. Wistar Brown Professor of Philosophy at HC (79-153). A collection of old and unusual bibles to be put on display in an exhibit in the fall semester of 1979 (79-155). A group of students, the self-proclaimed "Haverford Rescue Committee", appeal to the parents of HC students to order "rescue kits" of snacks and care gifts to help students through exam season (79-159). A "phonathon" to occur to help raise donor participation for HC (79-160). Feature on Confucian studies, a year-long seminar fourteen students at HC participate in that immerses themselves in the topic (79-165). Louis Round Wilson, Haverford's oldest alumnus, of the class of 1899, dies at age 102 (79-166).

January 28 1980 to March 26 1980, 1980.
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Info Projects: 80-1 to 80-41A. G. Holger Hansen, associate VP of Swarthmore College, named vice president for institutional advancement of Haverford College (80-7). Archibald MacIntosh, emeritus vice president and director of admissions at Haverford College, dies (80-9). The International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has made a grant of $60,000 to Haverford College to support a program to encourage minority students to study science (80-12). Mike Racke, junior basketball player at HC, passes the 1,000 point mark in his career at HC (80-17). Haverford College's Indoor Track Team wins the Middle Atlantic Championship, breaking Widener's ten-year streak (80-26). Paula Singer named acting director of college relations at Haverford College, and will also edit the Horizons alumni magazine (80-32). HC to hold a minority cultural week in early April of 1980 (80-36). A group of Haverford College "externs" to observe professionals in a variety of careers during spring break (80-37). The Margaret Gest Program for the Cross-Cultural Study of Religion at Haverford College to host first annual dialogue on the unity of religions on Saturday, April 19 (80-38). Troy Alexander and Jerry Crossan, seniors at HC, each win an $8,000 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship for a year's travel and independent study abroad (80-41A).

March 25 1980 to May 20 1980, 1980.
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Info Projects: 80-42 to 80-79. An elm tree to be planted on Arbor Day on Founders Green to replace the "Penn Treaty Elm", which succumbed to Dutch-elm disease (80-48). No 80-49 or 80-50. The Haverford College Lacrosse team to host the Lee Lacrosse Club of Orpington, Kent, England in the first of their six-game tour in the United States (80-52). Commencement information for spring 1980 (80-53). The Magill Library to hold a mystery-themed exhibit about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (80-54). Two more Haverford College track team members qualify for NCAA Track Championship (80-56). Thomas Garza wins a Danforth Graduate Fellowship for advanced study towards a Ph.D. (80-58). Reagan R. Pufall selected as the 1980 Truman Scholar from North Dakota (80-59). Two HC seniors, William Belt and Thomas Scott win Woodrow Wilson Teacher Fellowships (80-60). HC senior Peter Obstler awarded a stipend from the Klingenstein Fund for volunteer summer work in an area of social concern (80-61). HC junior Francis G. D'Ambrosio awarded a stipend from the Kingenstein Fund for volunteer summer work in an area of Quaker concern (80-62).David A. Currie, junior at HC, awarded same stipend as listed above (80-63). Gary A. Rosen awarded same stipend as listed above (80-64). Edwin Sanchez wins same as above (80-65). James P. Seale wins same as above (80-66). Jonathan R. Snipes wins same as above (80-67). Michael Lewis wins Fulbright Grant for graduate study in the area of urban planning in West Germany (80-68). HC reached capital campaign goal of $20 million ahead of schedule (80-72). Robert M. Gavin Jr. named provost of Haverford College (80-74).

June 20 1980 to September 20 1980, 1980.
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Info Projects 80-82 to 80-114. Ronald Scott Jenkins, a professional clown, wins a Danforth Graduate Fellowship for advanced study toward a Ph.D. degree in education (80-82). Marty Gilbert resigns as head tennis coach and physical education instructor at Haverford College to move to Israel (80-84). Haverford College receives grant of $250,000 from the National Science Foundation to upgrade the computer competency of STEM students (80-88). The Ethel Sergeant Clark Smith Memorial Fund donates $20,000 grant to HC to expand the women's athletics program (80-89). The W. W. Smith Charitable Trust to assist HC with meeting the increased demand for financial aid (80-90). Hometown releases about the Harvard versus Haverford soccer game in the fall of 1980 (90-102). Freddye L. Hill appointed director of minority affairs and associate dean of Haverford College (80-106). Albert W. Dillon III named tennis coach at HC (80-109). Julie Anne Soreiro McClure named the first women's basketball coach at HC (80-220).

September 22 1980 to November 1980, 1980.
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Info Projects 80-115 to 80-141. Parents' Day will offer seminars, tours, concerts, games, and other activities for the 500+ visiting parents and families (80-117). The HC field hockey team won its first home game, the first women's sports event EVER to be held at Haverford (80-119). No 80-126. Bernard Henderson promoted from associate director of development for foundations, corporations, and government relations to director of development of these areas (80-127). HC receives $10,000 grant from the J. Aron Charitable Foundation to help HC renovate part of a science building (80-128). Haverford College promotes Donna Mancini from assistant to associate dean of the college (80-129). Haverford College receives a three-year, $150,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for research in biological cell movement (80-130). Haverford College's cross-country team wins the IC4A College Division title (80-134). Robert P. Roche reelected to the Board of Managers of Haverford College (80-135). Ernest LeRoy Boyer elected to the Board of Managers at HC (80-136). Lovida H. Coleman Jr. elected to the Board of Managers of HC (80-137). Robert M. Collins elected to Board of Managers at HC (80-138). David W. Fraser elected to the Board of Managers of HC (80-139). Alexxander C. Tomlinson elected to the Board of Managers at HC (80-140).

November 3 1980 to December 18 1980, 1980.
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Info Projects 80-142 to 80-170. The Haverford Soccer team beats Swarthmore and is able to advance to the Middle Atlantic Conference Southern Division's championship (80-142). The Haverford Cross-Country team qualifies for the NCAA championships for the third consecutive year (80-143). Raimundo Panikkar, a professor from University of California at Santa Barbara to lecture at HC as part of the Gest Center's initiative towards the cross-cultural study of religion (80-147). No 80-150, 80-151, or 80-152. John A. Cantrell named national chairman for 1980-1981 annual giving at Haverford College (80-154). The Haverford-Bryn Mawr Quaker Activities Committee and Peace Action Project to sponsor a day of fasting to specifically highlight and raise money for Nicaragua the the issue of food distribution there (80-157). Mary Louise Allen, lifelong resident of Ardmore, named director of the Eighth Dimension at Haverford College (80-162). No 80-167.

January 13 1981 to March 13 1981, 1981.
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Info Projects 81-1 to 81-36. Article acknowledging and celebrating the Jewish soccer players at Haverford College (81-1). The C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund has been established at Haverford College through a gift of $141,500 from The Starr Foundation, and will specifically support scholarships for foreign undergraduates (81-2). Senior Mike Racke named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Player of the Week for his work on the HC basketball team (81-6). Luis A. Feldstein named editor-in-chief of The News, a student publication of both Haverford and Bryn Mawr (81-7). Paula Singer named director of college relations at Haverford College (81-8). Pennsylvania State Senator T. Milton Street to speak at Haverford College (81-15). Robert A. Katz appointed sports information director at HC (81-16). Dorothy R. Stefferns appointed conference director at Haverford College (81-17). Haverford College to implement an aggressive energy conservation program (81-21). Former HC President John R. Coleman to speak on prisons during a visit to HC (81-22). Adam Levy and David Schwed, two HC students, invented and installed a "beeper" to warn those in dorm showers of when to step out of the stream after a toilet is flushed, preventing the student from being "scalded" by the hot water (81-23). Alfred P. Sloan Foundation grants HC $100,000 in partial support of a science education program for minority students (81-24). Abigail Adams, Alice Brown, Julie Fanburg, Andrea Carlos, Lisa Halpern, Jennifer Northrop, and Kathy Wistar earn varsity letters for their work on the new women's basketball team at Haverford (81-27 through 81-33).

March 23 1981 to April 13 1981, 1981.
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Info Projects 81-37 to 81-77. Minority Week at Haverford College to run from March 29 to April 5, 1981, under the theme "Education for Liberation" (81-39). Men's basketball varsity letter recipients (81-40 through 81-48). Piece on Beverly Ortega, the freshman co-captain of the women's basketball team for its first ever season (81-49). Wrestling varsity letter recipients (81-51 through 81-56). Fencing varsity letter recipients (81-57 through 81-59). Haverford College to host Third Annual Basketball Marathon in support of the Leukemia Association (81-60). Nick Settanni joins the varsity baseball coaching staff (81-61). Haverford College track team reaches second consecutive Middle Atlantic Conference Indoor Track Championship (81-65). Haverford College wins the Hood Trophy, winning four out of five events against Swarthmore College (81-67). Tom Glasser, a junior at HC, awarded the Walton Cup for the third consecutive year -- the cup is awarded to the leading point scorer in track and field at HC (81-68). No 81-70. Extensive information about the Margaret Gest Program for the Cross-Cultural Study of Religion at Haverford College's second annual spring dialogue on the unity of religions (81-71). Haverford College President Robert Stevens to take a three-month leave of absence beginning in April of 1981 to study abroad during the second half of the spring semester (81-72). The International Relations Society, a group of students from both Haverford and Bryn Mawr, dominated at the Model United Nations Conference held at Princeton University (81-75).

April 13 1981 to June 2 1981, 1981.
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Info Projects 81-78 to 81-110. HC Junior Mark Joffe awarded the top of six honors awarded by the James A. Finnegan Fellowship Foundation, which will provie him with a 10-week paid sumer internship in a state government or political office (81-78). No 81-79 or 81-80. Two Haverford College students won round-trip flights to Europe due to winning first and third prizes in a German contest for all colleges and universities in the Delaware Valley (81-83). Two members of Haverford's philosophy department made co-editor and managing editor of Praxis International, a new journal (81-88). Information on the Spring 1981 Commencement Ceremony (81-89). Mikko Bojarsky and James M. Schwentker III named the winners of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship (81-91 a and b). Thomas Glasser, a HC junior, selected to the United States Maccabiah Track and Field Team, which will compete in the World Maccabiah Games in Israel (81-92). Robert Alan Katz named the official press attache for the United States Maccabiah Team (81-93). Women's lacrosse varsity letter recipients (81-94 through 81-102, 81-105 through 81-109).

June 2 1981 to July 23 1981, 1981.
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Info Projects 81-111 to 81-155. Kevin Foley, a HC student, broke the NCAA Division III recod in the 1,500 meter run with a time of 3:46.47 at the NCAA Division III track and field championships at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland (81-111). Dave Cohen, a senior at HC, rated among the top 15 goalies in the nation by the NCAA for saves in Division III lacrosse (81-113). Men's lacrosse team varsity letters and other awards (81-112 through 81-120). No 81-122. George G. C. Parker elected to HC Board of Managers (81-123). Marcel Gutwirth, professor of French, and Bruce Partridge, astronomy professor, selected at Christian and Mary Lindbac Foundation Distinguished Teachers for 1980-1981 (81-124). Baseball varsity letter recipients and other awards (81-125 through 81-135). HC senior Dwight A. Sterling selected as an intern with the New York State Assembly (81-136). Additional baseball varsity letter recipients and other awards (81-137 through 8-139). Men's tennis varsity letter recipients and other awards (81-140 through 81-144). Various varsity letter recipients for various teams at HC (81-145 through 81-147). No 81-148, 81-149, 81-150, or 81-151. Anthony R. Fairbanks appointed director for foundation and corporate support at HC (81-152). HC receives grants from W.W. Smith Charitable Trust, the Amoco Foundation, and the Aetna Life and Casualty Foundation (81-153).

July 16 1981 to December 24 1981, 1981.
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Info Projects 81-156 to 81-195. HC to host the United States Tennis Association's Girls' Intersectional Team Matches (81-156). Steven George Buyske received Scott Paper Company Foundation Award for Leadership (81-157). Samuel Gubins, the treasurer and vice president for finance at HC, resigns (81-158). Ann Koger named women's tennis and volleyball coach at HC (81-159). Edward T. Rewolinski named new treasurer at HC (81-159). Tom Glasser, HC senior, wins gold medal as a member of the United States 1,600 meter relay team at the World Maccabiah Games (81-160). Ann Satterthwaite appointed director of publications at HC (81-161). Endowd professorships awarded to Ariel Loewy, Roger Lane, Wyatt MacGaffey, and R. Bruce Partridge (81-163). No 81-165 or 166. Astronomy profesor R. Bruce Partridge appointed as dean of the college (81-168). HC receives unrestricted grant of $3,000 from the Brunswick Foundation's Small College Program (81-173). HC to receive $500,000 challenge grant from the Charles A. Dana Foundation to establish the Charles A. Dana Endowed Scholarshp Fund, with the condition that over the next five years, the college must raise an additional $500,000 in matching funds (81-176). HC receives grant of $250,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (81-177). Sylvia Glickman, the pianist-in-residence and associate professor of music at HC, awarded grants from the Barra Foundation in Philadelphia and the National Endowment for the Arts (81-180). Eliza Cope Harrison elected to the Board of Managers of Haverford College (81-181). HC received a challenge grant of $175,000 from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the William and Flora Hewlett foundation (81-183). The Haverford-Bryn Mawr Quaker Activities Committee and the Peace Action Project to sponsor a day of fasting on November 19, 1981 (81-187). John Flagg Gummere retires as secretary of the Corporation of Haverford College (81-189). A piece of moon rock given to Haverford College for research purposes (81-192). Daniel M. Bloomfield, HC senior, receives Rhodes Scholarship (81-195).

January 8 1982 to May 7 1982, 1982.
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Info Projects 82-1 to 82-32. Raymond Baco, a HC freshman, to be featured in two television programs relating to his legal blindness and the fact that he is the first successful wearer of specifically designed "honeybee lenses" (82-4). The Atlantic Richfield Foundation awards HC $50,000 in unrestricted funds (82-9). HC creates memorial fund in honor of Andrew David Silk, a 1976 graduate of Haverford College, and will establish an annual summer internship in journalism (82-11). HC President Robert Stevens "deplores" the Regan Administration's proposed cuts to student aid and research funding (82-13). Professor Colin MacKay awarded the John Farnum Professorship of Physics and Chemistry (82-16). HC receives $400,000 grant from the Pew Memorial Trust to aid the College's Biology Development Program and energy conservation measures on campus (82-19). William Morris Maier, emeritus member of the HC Board of Managers, passed on March 11, 1982 at his home (82-21). Felix M. Morley, president of HC from 1940 to 1945, died March 13, 1982 (82-22). Abigail Adams is the first Haverford woman to win the Watson Fellowship (82-28). Alfred Essa also selected for the Watson Fellowship (82-29). No 82-30. The W. W. Smith Charitable Trust in Rosemont, PA, grants HC $40,000 to help the College maintain its financial aid policy (82-31). Honorary commencement honorees for Spring 1982 include Nomzamo Winnie Mandela, wife of Nelson Mandela, Emily Hartshorne Mudd, and Henry Oldfield Selz (82-32).

June 17 1982 to December 22 1982, 1982.
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Info Projects 82-32 to 82-65. Continuation of 82-32, specifically the press distribution lists (82-32). Kevin Bishop, a HC junior, awarded $32,000 Beinecke Memorial Scholarship, making him one of five Beinecke Scholars nationwide (82-34). Christian and Mar Lindback Foundation Distinguished Teachers for 1981-1982 are John Spielman, Claude Wintner, and Ronald Thiemann at HC (82-36). No 82-37. American and foreign scholars to convene at HC to discuss "Africana Philosophy" for the first time ever in the United States (82-39). HC receives $200,000 challenge grant from The Kresge Foundation to help complete the rennovation and expansion of HC's biology facilities (82-41). HC biology professor Dietrich Kesler receives Fulbright Grant to conduct research in single cell motility at the University of Bonn in West Germany in the 1982-1983 academic year (82-42). HC and University of Pennsylvania cooperate on the Liberal Arts Engineering Program, which will allow students to transfer to UPenn from HC after three years, and after two more years at UPenn, they will receive a degree in engineering from UPenn and a B.A or B.S. from HC (82-43). No 82-44. Timur Galen, class of 1978 and an architecture and engineering student at UPenn, awarded a Luce Fellowship for a year of graduate study (82-45). Donald Ratajczak, HC cass of 1964 and one of the nation's leading economic forecasters, to speak at HC in conjunction with the college's 150th birthday celebration (82-52). John B. Jones elected the new Chairman of the Board of Managers, and new members join the Board (82-57). HC announces a capital drive to raise $20 million over two years for several urgent needs, including endowment, renoation and building funds, and to operate (82-58). No 82-60 or 82-61. Betty Ricciardi, assistant treasurer of the Corporation of Haverford College, retires after 28 years in service to the college (82-63). Chemical Bank and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation make grants to Haverford totalling $55,000 (82-64).

January 11 1983 to April 19 1983, 1983.
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Info Projects 83-1 to 83-29. HC French Professor Marcel Gutwirth named the college's first Jaan and John Whitehead Professor, which honors John Whitehead, Class of 1943, who served as chairman of HC's Board of Managers for ten years (83-2). Stephen Tessino appointed controller of Haverford College, placing him in charge of account functions of the college (83-3). HC senior Paul Robiolio awarded Marshall scholarship for postgraduate study in England, making him the third HC student in the college's history to receive the scholarship (83-8). Kevin Bishop also awarded Marshall scholarship (83-11, 83-12). HC junior Beverly Ortega elected President of the Students' Council, the first woman in the 150-year history of the college to be elected (83-15). The fourth annual Dialogue on the Unity of Religions, sponsored by HC's Gest Center, to discuss death and eternal life in christianity versus buddhism (83-19). The Pew Memorial Trust makes a $435,000 grant to Haverford College to strengthen the college's computing system (83-20). Arbor Day Planting held in memory of Margaret O'Brien, a former Drexel Hill resident and the College's switchboard operator from 1975 until her death in May, 1982.

April 25 1983 to December 22 1983, 1983.
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Info Projects 83-30 to 83-62. Patricia Lockhart of Merck presents a $5,000 check to Provost and Professor Robert Gavin and Professor Melvin Santer to help fund the renovation of biology department facilities (83-30). Information pertaining to the HC Spring of 1983 Commencement Ceremonies (83-31). Philosophy Professor Richard Bernstein, chemistry professor Colin MacKay, and economics professor Michael Weinstein selected as the Christian and Mary Lindback Foundation Distinguished Teachers for 1982-1983 (83-33). Anthony R. Fairbanks, director for foundation and coporate support at HC, appointed vice president for the Administrative Fellows Program of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation (83-43). Piece on cricket and its history at HC (83-46). John Finley Clough appointed to the new position of director of personnel at Haverford College (83-47). Nobel Prize Winner Gerlad Edelman to speak at Haverford College (83-48). Information on the days of celebration in honor of Haverford College's Sesquicentennial Celebration during the weekend of October 28 through 30th, 1983 (83-51). Richard W. Lyman, the President of the Rockefeller Foundatin and president emeritus at Stanford University, to give a talk as part of the HC 150th birthday celebration (83-54). Edmund D. meyers Jr. named HC's new director of academic computing (83-55). James F. Gary, chairman and chief executive officer of Pacific Resources, Inc., appointed to the Board of Managers at HC (83-60). Gerald M. Levin, group vice president-video of Time Inc., appointed to HC Board of Managers (83-61). Juan A. Albino, a staff internist with the Harvard Community Health Plan, appointed to Board of Managers at HC (83-62).

January 5 1984 to April 10 1984, 1984.
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Info Projects 84-1 to 84-25. HC receives gift of $2,000 from Phoenix Mutual Life Insurance Company (84-2). Angela Davis, a notable Black feminist, to discuss "Women, Race, and Gender" at Haverford College's Second Annual Feminist Symposium on Friday, February 3, 1984 (84-5). HC receives a $250,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (84-7). HC receives donation of $50,000 from the PQ Corporation of Valley Forge, PA, to establish a Scientific Equipment Challenge Fund in honor of HC's 150th Birthday (84-8). Haverford College jazz concerts to be aired by Voice of America radio stations (84-9). Natalie Ross, an actress that plays Enid Nelson on the soap opera "All My Children", to visit HC to speka on "Acting on Stage and Television" (84-11). Swarthmore and Haverford Colleges, representing themselves and Oberlin and Earlham Colleges, submit a brief to the Supreme Court on the Solomon Amendment, explaining why the law "denying federal student aid to young men who refuse to register for the draft is unconstitutional" (84-12). Nobel Laureate George Wald, Higgins Professor of Biology Emeritus at Harvard University, to lecture at Haverford College (84-16). National Science Foundation Fellowships awarded to multiple Haverford College students (84-19). No 84-20. Richard Hardack and David A. Levenstein win NEH Fellowships (84-21 and 84-22). HC physics professor Jerry P. Gollub awarded Guggenheim Fellowship (84-23). No 84-24. HC Junior Elizabeth Mintz elected co-president of the Students Association along with David Berque, becoming the first co-ed team to win the Presidency (84-25).

April 6 1984 to July 5 1984, 1984.
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Info Projects 84-24, 84-26 to 84-50. HC's Student Work Program gathers volunteers to clean up campus to mark "Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful Day" (84-28). Robert M. Gavin Jr., provost and professor of chemistry at HC, to leave over the 1984 summer to assume the role of President at Macalester College in Saint Paul, Minnesota (84-30). No 84-31. Mark Miller, a HC senior, one of three winners nationwide to receive a Keasbey Memorial Foundation Scholarship (84-32). No 84-33. HC Spring of 1984 Commencement to be the first fully coeducational class graduation in the college's history, and will host the college's first woman Commencement speaker, the feminist poet and novelist Marge Piercy (84-34). No 84-35. Graduation news stories at HC, including a timeline of the transition from a men's school to co-ed (84-36). Lucy Barber, a sophomore at HC, awarded a four-year, $20,000 Truman Scholarship (84-37). Richard Webb appointed director of counseling services at HC (84-38). Nina Taggart becomes first person since 1973 to receive a Master of Arts Degree from HC (84-39). John Nelson, following his graduation in May 1984, to take a year of study in India with his Watson Fellowship (84-40). Nancy (Missy) Parks receives Watson Fellowship, plans to study for a year in England and France (84-41). HC adds diversity requirement that all students must successfully complete at least one course that focuses either on history, culture, or perspectives of non-western people, minorities in the USA, or women, OR, prejudice in history based on religion, culture, ethnicity, or sexual orientation (84-49). HC President Robert Stevens's book, Law School: Legal Education in America from the 1850s to the 1980s, receives an award in the 1984 American Bar Association Gavel Awards Competition (84-50).

July 2 1984 to October 16 1984, 1984.
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Info Projects 84-51 to 84-75, also 84-S-128. Joanne Mitchell, as assistant director of admissions at Drew University since 1980, appointed associate director of admissions at HC (84-54). Norman G. Ricker Jr. appointed director of Haverford's physical plant (84-55). Jerome Williams, assistant professor of Spanish at HC, chosen to receive a Research Fellowship from the John Carter Brown Library at Brown University (84-57). George E. (Skip) Lawrence appointed director of development, Marilyn Rothberg appointed director of annual giving, and Carolyn K. Tolles appointed director of foundation and corporate support at HC (84-59a). Former Washington state Governor and chair of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission to speak on nuclear energy at HC (84-61). G. Richard Wynn named HC's new vice president for finance and administration as of January 1985 (84-63). No 84-64. The Vienna Art Orchestra to perform at HC (84-65). The Haverford Sesquicentennial Program raised $22.2 million dollars by its conclusion in June of 1984 (84-67). No 84-69. HC featured on local television programs in October of 1984, including WKYW's Check it Out" and a WPVI Public affairs program (84-71). HC to sponsor a debate between high-level representatives of four of the major Nicaraguan political parties (84-72). HC receives the W. W. Smith Charitable Trust, with a grant of $35,000 to help the college maintain its present financial policy (84-75).

October 23 1984 to December 10 1984, 1984.
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Info Projects 84-76 to 84-92e. HC fine arts department to dedicate its new foundry on Sunday, November 11, 1984, and the foundry will be used by students, visiting artists, and fine arts professor Christopher Cairns to cast sculptures in bronze (84-78). No 84-80 or 84-81. Over 900 students, faculty, and administrators of Haverford College expected to participate in an annual nationwide fast on Thursday, November 15, 1984, to benefit Oxfam America, a non-profit that funds disaster relief in Africa, Asia, and South America (84-85). HC Biology professors Ariel Loewy, Melvin Santer, Judith Owen, and Slavica Matacic awarded grants (84-88). No 84-89. Michael Abraham Paulson appointed editor in chief of The Bryn Mawr-Haverford News (84-91). Kaen A. Heilig named college relations associate at Haverford College (84-92).

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