Breaking with tradition, the Class of 1912 came to the campus two days early for its 50th reunion, so that its members could draw on their various and numerous experiences to discuss such questions as what values had endured since their graduation, what was the position and the responsibility of the college woman in the world of 1962 and what was the proper relationship of alumnae to the college.  The class gift, $422,657 was added to those of other classes, such as the $79,224 raised by 1937 for its 25th reunion, for a total Alumnae Fund gift for 1962 of $1,042,983.     The New York Times