The women’s teams have been coached by Mary Avery in 1958, Sarah Phillips in 1960, Jan Lutz in 1972-73, Gail Davis from 1973 to 1975; Carole Kleinfelder from 1975-76, Gail Klock from 1976 to 1980; Maureen Enos from 1980 to 1988; and Jean Marie Burr since 1988.Basketball
Later Catholic chaplains were Rev. David Inman, who came in 1976 and Rev. Richard Perry since 1991.Chapel
Other chaplains who were appointed with special interest in women’s issues were Beverly Edwards, who was appointed a lay chaplain in 1969 and was ordained a minister of the United Church of Christ in 1976, Rabbi Cathy Felix appointed assistant chaplain in 1980, and Flora A. Keshgegian, an Episcopal priest, who was named associate chaplain in 1984.Chapel
Brown was fourth in the New Englands in 1976, had a 7-4 dual meet record and came in fourth in the New Englands in 1977-78, and the next year had a 7-3 dual meet record and took third place in the New Englands.Fencing
In 1976, with an 8-1 overall record and 6-1 in the Ivy League, Brown shared its first (and to date only) Ivy title with Yale.Football
With the arrival of the class of 1976, the sale of caps was dropped and each student was assessed five dollars for Freshman Week.Freshman caps
In 1976 Brown Giving Clubs were established to encourage annual donations of certain amounts, the Century Club ($100-$499), the 1764 Associates ($500-$999), the Manning Fellows ($1,000-$4,999), and the Nicholas Brown Society for donors of an annual gift of $5,000, commemorating the gift of $5,000 given by Nicholas Brown 1786, which changed the name of Rhode Island College to Brown University.Fund-raising
By 1976 the funds were in hand and John Imbrie was the first Doherty Professor of Oceanography, and upon his retirement in 1990 was succeeded by Warren Prell.Geology
Mutch wrote a book on the geology of Mars and oversaw the imaging team for the Viking I and II missions to Mars in 1976.Geology
Another calendar, which began in September 1930 as the "Brown University Weekly Calendar," changed its name abruptly in December 1932 to "Brown University Weekly Bulletin," and continued under that title, even after it had changed to biweekly publication and adopted a newspaper format in January 1976.GSJ George Street Journal
The next Ivy League championship came in 1976 after a thirteen game winning streak, which ended with a 10-4 defeat of Yale and, in the final game of the season, an overtime 8-7 score against Dartmouth.Hockey
On July 14, 1975, Hornig tendered his resignation and announced his intention of leaving office at the end of June 1976.Hornig, Donald F.
The magazine appeared irregularly at first, until its editors announced in 1976 that it would "emerge in September as a monthly magazine publishing research, ideas, and creative work from every part of the University."Issues
I. J. Kapstein collaborated with Rabbi William Braude on a translation of "Peskta de-Rab Kahana: R. Kahana’s Compilation of Discourses for Sabbaths and Festal Days," which was awarded the 1976 National Jewish Book Award.Kapstein, I. J.
His teams reached the NCAA quarterfinals three times, in 1971, 1973, and 1976.Lacrosse
The Brown team also lost to Maryland, 8-17, in the 1976 quarterfinals.Lacrosse
Marion Wolk, coordinator of the arts at Brown, organized the national committee for the performing arts fund, which under the leadership of Isabelle Russek Leeds, University trustee, met the goal in 1976.Lyman Hall
Fifty-two members of the Brown Chorus traveled 20,000 miles in 1976 on a 24-day trip to India and Nepal sponsored by Friendship Ambassadors, Inc., a private foundation which promotes harmony between nations through music.Musical Clubs
Thomas A. Mutch participated in the design of the special camera mounted on Viking Lander I, which went into orbit around Mars in 1976 and dropped the lander craft which beamed to Earth the first photographs taken from the surface of Mars.Mutch, Thomas A.
Zdravko Divjak ’78 represented Yugoslavia when he swam in Montreal in 1976.Olympic Games
James C. Miller ’73 was a member of the Canadian Olympic wrestling team in 1976.Olympic Games
Shells were borrowed from the men’s crew until November of 1976, when the first shell for the use of the women was acquired and named for Bessie Rudd, former director of physical education at Pembroke.Rowing
Two women crew members, Kathryn Reith ’78 and Betts Howes ’77 rowed in national competition in 1976 for the College Boat Club of the University of Pennsylvania.Rowing
For want of a name, the new pool was called "the natatorium," until March 24, 1976, when the pool was dedicated and named for H. Stanton Smith ’21, a benefactor active in alumni affairs and his wife, Marjorie Brown Smith, who had been acting director of physical education at Pembroke College.Smith Swimming Center
The record for 1976 was 11-3-1 overall and 7-0 for Brown’s fourth consecutive Ivy League title, and it was UConn’s turn to defeat Brown, 1-0, in the NCAA regionals.Soccer
The 1976 team finished 7-1, losing only to Yale, and the 1977 team, the first coached by Phil Pincince, improved on that, with a 13-1 season in which they outscored their opponents 50-14, and lost only to Lake Champlain College in the final round of the Castleton State Tournament.Soccer
The 1975 team won seven and lost four, and the 1976 team, under Carole Kleinfelder, won eight and lost three.Softball
In 1976 a group of women students, some of whom had played tennis, made up a squash team coached by Karen Melucci.Squash
Merton P. Stoltz was three times acting president of Brown, serving in 1969-70 between the presidencies of Heffner and Hornig, in the summer of 1972 while President Hornig recovered from a heart attack, and in 1976 between the presidencies of Hornig and Swearer.Stoltz, Merton P.
Howard R. Swearer accepted the presidency of Brown in August 1976 after having withdrawn as a candidate because of responsibilities at Carleton and some months later being persuaded to reconsider.Swearer, Howard R.
A letter from Meany written about two months before Taft’s death in Providence on November 17, 1976, mentioned Meany’s friendship for him and added, "Generations of students will continue to benefit from your scholarship and understanding of the economic, social and human aspects of the world of work."Taft, Philip