July 14, 2000
At City College of San Francisco, an Activist Recalls Wins and Losses
When City College of San Francisco first hired Susan J. Conrad to teach physical education and dance, the college had no women's-sports teams. It was 1966, and Ms. Conrad was forced to take female athletes to neighboring institutions for "play days."
It seemed "pretty juvenile" to Ms. Conrad, who was then a 22-year-old
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