Education: New Faces

Last week three good men took over three schools as different as themselves. Installed:

¶ C.(for Charles) Easton Rothwell, 57, as eighth president of select (enrollment: 726) Mills College for women, "the Vassar of the West," in Oakland, Calif. Historian Rothwell succeeds Historian Lynn White Jr., who quit after 15 years to teach medieval history at U.C.L.A. A stocky, balding Westerner, raised in Montana, Easton Rothwell graduated from Portland's Reed College (1924), taught social sciences at the University of Oregon and Stanford. He switched to the State Department in World War II, became...

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