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Last week Julie Gephardt (forgive me if I have gotten the name wrong--I am
forced to rely on memory) responded to my question about publication
competitions with a phone number for Women in Communication's Clarion
Unfortunately, I just merrily deleted an entire folder of mail and the
message is lost forever--if you are out there, Julie Gephardt, would you
mind sending me the number again? I would be most grateful.
How embarrassing. Sorry to take up list space with this.
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education
Oak Ridge, TN