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Goucher College

(gou`chər), at Towson, Md., formerly at Baltimore; inc. 1885, opened 1888 by Methodists as a college for women, coeducational since 1987. It is named after John Franklin Goucher (president of the college, 1890–1908) and his wife, who were among the founders.
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Mike Smedley, Andrew Burley, Roz Boyne, Sanjay Sharma, Andeep Mangal, Janet Richard Guppy Dhariwal, Prof Alison Halstead, Bishop of Birmingham David Urquhart, Glyn Pitchford, Bernard Zissman and Martyn Finnigan Nigel Felton, Ian Watts, Caroline Dellasega, Matthew Boulton lookalike, Chris Goucher and Jason Allen Coun Neville Summerfield, David Edmonds (Chair of Governors), Anne Underwood, Dr Sarinder Singh Sahota OBE Principal Christine Braddock with dance group Diversity who performed for the students, staff and guests Simon Topman, Seta Bessi, Bernadette Edwards, Russell Jeans Bill Morris, Eileen Ware, Anthony McCourt and Major Domonic Whyte Coun Jim Whorwood, Nigel Davies, Lady Mayoress Vivienne Wilkes and Deputy Lord Mayor, Coun Chauhdry Abdul Rashid
Radcliffe was 1min 47secs ahead of 40-year-old Ludmila Petrova of Russia, who held off a strong finish from Kara Goucher of the United States, the American taking third on her marathon debut in 2hrs 25mins 53secs.
She led from the start and won alone in 2:23:56 with her closest rival, Ludmila Petrova, of Russia, second in 2:25:43 and American Kara Goucher third in 2:25:53.
PAULA RADCLIFFE'S return to action was overshadowed by a spectacular performance from American Kara Goucher at the BUPA Great North Run.
But Goucher, who won bronze in the 10,000m at the World Championships, surprised the crowd by crossing the South Shields finishing line first.
MEN: 1 M Lei (Kenya) 60:10; 2 S Wanjiru (Kenya) 6:18; 3 H amaala (SAfr) 62:37; 4 T Abyu (Salford) 62:50; 5 J Rohatinsky (USA) 62:54; 6 A Goucher (USA) 63:17; 7 R Ribas (Portugal) 63:36; 8 D Berhanu (Ethiopia) 63:54; 9 W Chinhanhu (Zambia) 63:56; 10 I Hudspith (Morpeth) 63:59; 11 M Gielen (Netherlands) 64:08; 12 D Robinson (Tip-ton) 64:39; 13 SYemilanov (Russia) 64:46; 14 A Chaica (Portugal) 64:53; 15 S Azouzi (Morroco) 64:53; 16 A Jones (Salford) 65:07; 17 H Lob (Bedford) 65:40; 18 A Mezgebu (Ethiopia) 66:23; 19 M Watson (Bingley) 66:24; 20 B Fish (Blackburn) 66:59.
She taught embryology to premeds students at Columbia University, and later taught music at Goucher College in Baltimore, where she joined the WILPF branch in 1972.
AN INSIDE LOOK: Goucher events are already free and open to the public, but the Athenaeum will allow for more speeches, forums, concerts, and theater productions involving the community, says President Sanford "Sandy" Unger, adding that the building will "fit in but stand out" on campus.
Abelia Edward Goucher is more compact, so would make a great choice where space is limited.
* Call it second time lucky for "Rent," which made its money back plus almost 50% during an eight-week Christmas season at the Prince of Wales that, says the show's lead West End producer Mark Goucher, has left the Jonathan Larson tuner poised for yet another London run -- "sooner rather than later," per Goucher.
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Paul and Matthew Goucher, aged 13, suffered serious head injuries after their hire car was hit by a van during a Florida family holiday last August.