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There wasn’t time to date them all before the semester ended, so many called her at her home in New York.“We had the horrors here for a couple of weeks,” her mother says laughingly.
Amy Fiedler, 18, blue-eyed, blonde Vassar sophomore, got 112 names. Thousands of boys and girls who’ve never met plan weekends together, for now that punch-card dating’s here, can flings be far behind? At school last winter, they and several other juniors â€”long on ingenuity but short on ingenuesâ€”devised a computer process to match boys with girls of similar characteristics. snow-job conversations start, and yeses are exchanged: A nationwild dating spree is on. The boys who put data in dating are Jeff Tarr and Vaughn Morrill, Harvard undergraduates.Tip: Sign In to save these choices and avoid repeating this across devices.You can always update your preferences in the Privacy Centre.