Data published in The New York Times showed that applications to Vassar for the Class of 1969 totaled 1,597, an increase of 58 from the previous year.  Six hundred and eighty-seven acceptances were offered to fill the 470 places available for freshmen.  Vassar’s acceptance rate was 43 percent of its applicants, compared with 52 percent for Barnard, 42 percent for Bryn Mawr, 44 percent for Mount Holyoke, 38 percent for Smith, 16 percent for Radcliffe and 25 percent for Wellesley.   Accepted students of color made up 3.2 percent of the applicants accepted at the seven colleges.