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In this issue's Alumni section:
Foreigner at Radcliffe - Success, 25 Years Out - Young at Harvard - Voters' Choice - Mount Harvard Club - Recordbreakers - Medalists Three - Preservationist - Sister Act - Yesterday's News

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Joan Morthland Hutchins

Voters' Choice

Members of the Board of Overseers have elected business executive Joan Morthland Hutchins '61 their president for the coming year. Hutchins, of Oyster Bay, New York, is the fifth woman so honored.

Some 35,386 alumni, or 17.9 percent of the electorate, voted in the annual selection of Overseers and elected directors of the Harvard Alumni Association. The results were announced on June 10, at the HAA's annual meeting on Commencement afternoon.

Elected Overseers (six-year terms) were:

Thomas E. Everhart '53; M.S. '55 UCLA; Ph.D. '58 University of Cambridge. Santa Barbara, Cal. President emeritus and professor of electrical engineering and applied physics, California Institute of Technology.

Margaret A. Hamburg '77, M.D. '83. Washington, D.C. Assistant secretary for planning and evaluation, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Sheila James Kuehl, J.D. '78; A.B. '62 UCLA. Santa Monica, Cal. State assemblymember, 41st district; chair of the assembly judiciary committee.

Karen Gordon Mills '75, M.B.A. '77. New York City. President, MMP Group.

Joseph J. O'Donnell '67, M.B.A. '71. Cambridge. Owner and chairman, Boston Concessions Group Inc.

Elected HAA directors (three-year terms) were:

Barbara J. Cigarroa '78; J.D. '93 Washington University School of Law; M.S.W. '93 George Warren Brown School of Social Work. El Paso, Tex. Assistant district counsel, Immigration and Naturalization Service.

Ray A. Hammond '71, M.D. '75, M.A. '84. Boston. Pastor, Bethel A.M.E. Church.

Truda Cleeves Jewett, Ed.M. '83; '55-'57 George Washington University. New York City. Assistant executive director, The Children's Aid Society.

Louise Reid Ritchie '73; Ph.D. '86 George Washington University. Tallahassee. Associate professor of journalism, media, and graphic arts, Florida A&M University.

Gregory A. Storch '69; M.D. '73 New York University. St. Louis. Physician; professor of pediatrics and medicine, Washington University School of Medicine.

Seth P. Waxman '73; J.D. '77 Yale. Washington, D.C. Solicitor General of the United States.

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