ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE
CHRONICLE E939-4 0
ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
HOLYWELL MANOR, NORTH WING
now in the occupation of
ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE FOR the duration of the war the main buildings of St. Hugh's College have been allotted to Government purposes, and its resident members, both senior and junior, are now accommodated with a full domestic staff in two hostels of its own, in quarters belonging to Balliol and New Colleges and (a small number) in St. Hilda's. A few fourth-year or graduate students live with approved hostesses. Holywell Manor, Manor Road, where the Principal and the greater number of undergraduates reside, is an adapted sixteenth-century house of great charm, with wings added in the present century by Balliol College, thoroughly modernized throughout and possessed of a charmingly laid-out garden. Students' private rooms here and at Savile House, the smaller hostel near by, are equipped with every convenience. The College has fortunately been permitted to retain the use of its Library and the Librarian remains in charge. Similarly the University Libraries are open, and the Parks, women's swimming-pool, &c., are, as in normal times, available for recreation.
Custos Hor tulorum, 1927-37
FO UNDRESS: ELIZABETH WORDSWORTH BENEFACTORS: CLARA EVELYN MORDAN EDWARD GAY ELIZA MARY THOMAS CHARLES SELWYN AWDRY PHILIP MAURICE DENEKE MARY GRAY ALLEN JOHN GAMBLE MARY MONICA CUNLIFFE WILLS EVELYN MARTINENGO CESARESCO CATHERINE YATES ELSIE THEODORA BAZELEY
ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
Chairman: THE PRINCIPAL Hon. Secretary: MISS C. M. ADY 1938-42
Hon. Editor of the Chronicle, 1939-41 MISS B. M. HAMILTON THOMPSON, Abbey House, Durham
CONTENTS OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION
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VISITOR, HON. FELLOWS, AND COUNCIL PRINCIPAL, TUTORS, ETC. REPORT OF THE ANNUAL MEETING,
THE PRINCIPAL'S LETTER SOME PROCEEDINGS OF THE RESEARCH COMMITTEE,
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JUNIOR COMMON ROOM
DEGREES, 1939-40 -
IN RESIDENCE, 1939-40
NEWS OF SENIOR MEMBERS WHO WENT DOWN IN
NEWS OF SENIOR MEMBERS ENGAGED IN WAR WORK
NEWS OF SENIOR MEMBERS .
OXFORD UNIVERSITY APPOINTMENTS SUB-COMMITTEE
Visitor THE RIGHT HON. EDGAR ALGERNON ROBERT, VISCOUNT CECIL OF CHELWOOD, M.A., IION. D.C.L.
Honorary Fellows BEATRICE MARGARET SPARKS, M.A. EDITH ELIZABETH WARDALE, M.A., PH.D. JOAN EVANS, D.LITT.
Council BARBARA ELIZABETH GWYER, M.A., Principal. DOUGLAS VEALE, M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi, Chairman. EDITH ELIZABETH WARDALE, M.A., Hon. Fellow. ELIZABETH ANNIE FRANCIS, M.A., Official Fellow. MARY ETHEL SEATON, M.A., Official Fellow. EVELYN EMMA STEFANOS PROCTER, M.A., Official Fellow. GERTRUDE THORNEYCROFT, M.A., Official Fellow. CECILIA MARY ADY, M.A., D.LITT., Research Fellow. MARY REAVELEY GLOVER, M.A., Official Fellow. DAISY EMILY MARTIN CLARKE (MRS.), M.A., Official Fellow. AGNES HEADLAM-MORLEY, B.LITT., M.A., Official Fellow. DOROTHEA HELEN FORBES GRAY, M.A., Official Fellow, Secretary
Council. OLGA DELFINA BICKLEY, M.A., Official Fellow. JOHN LINTON MYRES, M.A., Fellow of New College. ALFRED EWERT, M.A., Fellow of Trinity. JOAN EVANS, D.LITT., Hon. Fellow. GWENDOLEN MOBERLY (LADY), M.A. HERMA ETHELFRIED FIEDLER, M.A. MARJORIE MOLLER, M.A. CAPT. HENRY THOMAS BIRCH-REYNARDSON, C.M.G., B.A., Christ CHARLES STEWART ORWIN, M.A., D.LITT., Fellow of Balliol.
Principal B. E. GWYER, M.A.
Tutors Vice-Principal French.
E. A. FRANCIS, M.A., M. E. SEATON, M.A., F.R.S.L. E. E. S. PROCTER, M.A., F.R.HIST.S. M. R. GLOVER, M.A. D. E. MARTIN CLARKE (MRS.), M.A. A. HEADLAM-MORLEY, B.LITT., M.A. D. H. F. GRAY, M.A. 0. D. BICKLEY, M.A., Dottore in Let-
English Literature. History. Philosophy. English Language. Politics and Economics. Classics. Martinengo Cesaresco Lecturer in Italian.
Assistant Tutor Science.
M. G. ADAM, M.A., F.R.A.S.
Lecturer I. BUSBRIDGE, M.A., D.PHIL.
Bursar G. THORNEYCROFT, M.A.
Librarian P. K. HESKETH-WILLIAMS, B.A., F.L.A.
Warden of St. Hugh's House S. F. SALT.
Principal's Secretary M. FOWLE.
Assistant Bursar M. J. MACLAGAN.
EPORT OF THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION, 1939 rr HE fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Association was held in -IL the Mordan Hall, St. Hugh's College, on Saturday, June 24th, the Principal in the Chair. The Chairman made her accustomed statement. The list of distinctions won by members of the College during the past year was especially long and varied. The Chairman also explained the emergency arrangements made for the College in the event of a war; the College buildings were requisitioned by the Government and other accommodation in Oxford had been assigned for the use of members of the College. The membership of the Association now stood at 208, a drop of three from last year. Lady Moberly's election as a member of Council for another term of three years was announced. The result of the voting was as follows: Lady Moberly, 82; Miss Cecilia Goodenough, 71. Mrs. B. M. Hamilton Thompson was elected as Editor of the Chronicle for two years. The following members were present: The Chairman The Secretary M. G. Adam W. E. Alder Barrett P. M. Allen G. L. Arrowsmith I. Ashcroft G. M. Baker F. M. S. Batchelor M. A. Beese L. Bentley L. I. G. Bickmore F. L. Brook J. Cartwright G. M. E. Cunynghame F. Dobbs M. Dunch J. M. Dyke K. E. M. Elliott J. Evans K. M. Evans H. E. Fiedler
M. Fowle D. H. Gray M. Greaves B. M. Hamilton Thompson K. Hardy K. M. Harris C. A. M. Havergal M. N. Hensman M. A. Hughes J. Irwin J. A. Johnston M. Jones W. H. Jones V. G. Kalen W. M. Keens M. E. King E. T. Kingston R. J. Leys W. M. Mammatt G. Moberly M. Moller
N. Moller H. Moss V. C. Murray U. M. Niebuhr M. J. Pain G. I. Parsons A. C. Percival A. D. K. Peters E. S. Procter M. E. Ryall J. Robertson S. Salt J. E. R. Salter M. R. B. Shaw I. I. Smith E. E. Stopford E. M. Talbot E. M. Thomas A. M. Walker E. E. Wardale F. C. Welch E. J. Woodrow
The Meeting was followed by a tea-party which, owing to the rain, had to take place in the Hall, and not in the garden. In the evening a Gaudy dinner was held at which 140 Senior Members were present. The toast of the Association was proposed by Miss M. Moller and replied to by Dr. Ady. Mrs. Niebuhr proposed the toast of the College to which the Principal responded. The Gaudy proceedings were much enjoyed, despite the inclement weather which made it necessary to substitute informal gatherings round large fires in the Common-rooms for wanderings on the terrace. c. M. Any (Hon. Sec.).
THE PRINCIPAL'S LETTER
EAR Miss Hamilton Thompson. It is a good deal less than twelve months since I last wrote to the Editor of the Chronicle, but you are wise to set us early to work, as readers will be more anxious than usual to learn how we are faring. The College, like many other places of education, has been through some drastic experiences since September ist, but has had the aid of the University in dealing with its problems, a special Committee of the Hebdomadal Council having been busy since well before the outbreak of war preparing for the contingency which has unhappily arisen, and acting for the University in all negotiations with outside bodies which desired accommodation in University or College buildings. It would be difficult to over-emphasize the part played by the Registrar, our Chairman, in the efforts of this Committee to do justice to all concerned. Mr. Veale's extraordinary powers of work, combined with imperturbable patience and tact, have been of inestimable service to the University, and not less to St. Hugh's, which has found in him an ideal protector and leader amid the quicksands of negotiation with a Government Department. Our buildings and grounds, with the exception of the 'Whitehead garden', the Lawn, and 82 Woodstock Road, with their two gardens, have been requisitioned, though actual occupation has been delayed, fortunately for the College. Time was thus vouchsafed for detailed adjustments, and thanks to the Bursar's organizing ability and the heroic efforts of our domestic staff, we moved into the quarters allotted to us just in time for the Michaelmas Term. There is much to be thankful for in the conditions we enjoy both at Holywell Manor, at Savile House, and at St. Hilda's (which has arranged rooms for thirteen of our undergraduates). Tutors, with the exception of Miss Francis, who presides over Savile House, and Miss Adam, in charge of the Lawn, are housed in 82 Woodstock Road. Their books and effects are compressed into a narrow space, but they are making the best of the business. The Bursar lives still in College, where rooms have been reserved for her, and spends much of her time interviewing and helping emissaries of the College's tenants. Meals are served at the Lawn. The College Library has been reserved and is open to members of the College every week-day till dusk, the Librarian remaining in charge. My own rooms at Holywell Manor are in the sixteenthcentury part of this most interesting survival of medieval Oxford. It was occupied in my student-days by the Clewer Sisters, but was bought by Balliol College not many years ago, two wings being added, every modern convenience installed, and a charming garden laid outâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;the special creation and care of Dr. Orwin, a member of our Council who, luckily for us, is also Fellow and Estates Bursar of Balliol. The number of our undergraduates is but slightly diminished, and there has been no question of reduction of academic or other staff. Plans have been laid, however, for a sharing of financial loss 8
between us all if any one of our number is called on for Approved Service at a stipend lower than that guaranteed for the College appointment suspended. This wholesome principle has been adopted also in the University. It will please readers to learn that since its migration the College has received some kind hospitality, mitigating in some degree the limitations under which it for the present lives. The Rector of Lincoln, with whom and with whose College we have links that need no emphasis here, invited us to assemble for our Commemoration Service on St. Hugh's Day, and for Holy Communion the Sunday morning following, in the Chapel there. The Chaplain, the Rev. Hugh Turner, celebrated and also preached for us, comparing to good purpose the Founder of his College and the Patron Saint of ours; the Principal of St. Hugh's (possibly 'making history' as the first woman to be so privileged?) read the Lesson from the Rector's desk; and a joint choir rendered the anthem. On the evening of November 18th the Warden of Rhodes House most hospitably permitted us to give an evening party in the Milner Hall, where, in spite of the black-out, of deplorable weather, and of an almost total shortage of taxis, a large gathering of both graduates and undergraduates of the College assembled, and heard a delightful programme of vocal and instrumental music from all 'years'. A touch of home was visible in the beautiful arrangement of branches of the famous vermilion berberis from the College lawn, which Harris had placed under the mantelpiece in one of the big blue jars from the J.C.R. The Annual Carol Service took place in Somerville College Chapel, where our organist, Miss Joy Parker, with members of our choir, had already given aid in a difficulty: this reciprocity of help in emergencies is pleasant to record. The lowering of our standard in music, which has so markedly risen of late years, for want of our own organ and music room, would be a sad effect of the migration, but there is no sign of it yet. Organ practice has gone on vigorously in St. Cross Church, by the Vicar's kind leave, and also on occasion (up till now) in our own Chapel, and in Somerville and Lincoln College Chapels. Difficulties challenge effort, and in this sphere by no means in vain. While on the topic I may refer to the new Organ Exhibition, as readers will be wondering what is to be done about it. We feel we must proceed for the present on the assumption that the College Chapel may be at our own disposal again next October; but candidates will necessarily be informed that arrangements are provisional and contingent on the advertised conditions of tenure being within the College's and the candidate's power to fulfil. Our academic record this year has been outstanding. Miss Pellew's First in Engineering Science, and her award of the Edgell Sheppee Engineering Scholarship, are precedents which delight us greatly. Miss Perham's election to the new University Readership in Colonial Administration, tenable with an Official Fellowship at Nuffield College, is equally a University 'record' among senior resident A2
women, and hearty congratulations came to her from friends of Africa all over the world. The College of necessity suffered loss in her inevitable resignation of the Research Fellowship she had held with us since 1930; but it may claim some share in the honours of her Native Administration of Nigeria, published in 1937, and at once greeted as a standard work on the subject. University Lecturerships were suspended on the outbreak of war. But for that the College would at the time of writing have provided four Lecturers, since, in addition to Miss Procter and Miss Seaton, whose appointments have been recorded in previous issues of the Chronicle, Miss Francis and Miss Headlam-Morley would have taken office in October as University Lecturers respectively in French and in International Relations. Another consequence of the war is that Miss Adam is now Acting Director of the Observatory, Professor Plaskett having joined up in September. Dr. Wrinch, to whom students of Mathematics have owed so much since 1925, has been elected to the Mary Carlisle Fellowship at Somerville College, tenable for five years. She will thus be free to continue the promising line of research which the Rockefeller Trustees have enabled her to carry to its present important stage: a great satisfaction to all who know Dr. Wrinch's ability and tenacity in the work to which she has dedicated her powers. Miss Busbridge (M.A. London), a member of our Society, awarded the D.Phil. in 1938 and the M.A. by decree in 1939, is now Lecturer in Mathematics, and will examine for and take pupils from the other Societies as required. Oxford knows her well, for since 1935 she has been a diligent assistant to Dr. Wrinch when both were in residence, and an effective substitute when she was abroad. The Yates Scholarship was this year awarded to P. M. C. Evans, B.A., who was in residence 1931-4 and read 'Greats'. She has since taught Classics and Divinity at St. Mary's School, Calne. Miss Evans holds the Scholarship until June 1940, when she takes her Theology Finals; after which there will be one more election under the same conditions of tenure. The appointment of the first holder, Miss E. V. A. Turner, to be Headmistress of the Surbiton Church High School as from September last, was a great gratification to the College. The Memorials to Miss Rogers, both in the College and in the University precincts, are now practically finished. The St. Mary's garden, which I mentioned to you last year, was dedicated in May, and was gay with flowers till late in the autumn. The Governing Body of the College has commemorated her by the enlargement and repaving of the central semicircle of the terrace, and the placing there of a fine old stone sundial, raised on a plinth on which are to be carved her name and date, and the verse `Floribus, Anna, tuis faveat sol Luce perenni', composed for the purpose by Mr. Myres. By a joint arrangement of the College and some of its members Fraulein Brigitte Wolff, for many years Technical Assistant in the Cancer Research Institute at the Charite Hospital, Berlin, was in I0
residence at the College for the Hilary and Trinity Terms, making a host of friends and entering into much that the University has to give to strangers. Her powers are now being tried at the Nuffield Institute for Medical Research with a view to work for the B.Sc. in some branch of her own subject, and if this course should prove possible the same and other friends hope to see her through. As there could be no more devoted potential member of the College than Fraulein Wolff, all hope that her association with us may culminate thus in her actual membership. The College received an invitation to send a delegate or delegates to the Tenth All-India Oriental Conference at Osmania University, Hyderabad-Deccan, in December,' and appointed Miss Coomie Dastur (B.A. Nagpur), B.Litt., a member of the Parsi community, whom we were very sorry to lose last June after two years' residence among us. That its Indian members should play an effective part in every possible form of useful endeavour at home is a cherished wish of the College; and recent history deepens it. We look forward to a report on the Conference from her pen. Our life has suffered far less disturbance than that of many in England, and the students have been free to devote themselves happily to their work. I am glad to say there is plenty of useful activity open to them in their leisure time. Members of the College have taken part in work at the Hospital Supplies Depot organized by Mrs. Lys at the Provost's Lodgings, Worcester College; and have `adopted', for purposes of aid in play-time, one of the schools sent here for safety from London. The Union and the political clubs survive; and better still, the Bach Choir, the Subscription and other Concerts carry on among members and non-members of the University alike their beneficent work. The moonlit 'High' and Radcliffe Square, with a star-strewn sky above, are a sight to dream ofâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;none can lapse utterly into fatalistic views of man or of the universe who allows these sights to do their healing work within his soul. But we have something better. The 'ministry of reconciliation' of which the Scripture speaks is committed to Christian folk wherever they are, and is exercised in divers manners. Oxford is not behindhand in that movement of which the very acceptance of the challenge of war, and the spirit in which it is, thank God, being waged by our men and with few lapses pressed forward by our leaders, are themselves manifestations. It looks towards victoryâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;but it also looks beyond. May God pardon all past errors and weaknesses, and bring to fruition our deeply felt aspirations to unity; and may we be ready for the surrender of aught required from us by Him in that sacred cause. For a profound analysis of what the present situation means and calls for I commend strongly the Christian Newsletter, a periodical leaflet inspired by Commander King-Hall's familiar example. It is the fruit of accurate knowledge and hard, consecrated thinking, very different from the 'wishful' or Utopian varieties still prevalent among us; and so cheap that (in spite of the said feature!) the Since this was written the Conference has been postponed. II
expansion of its sales goes up by leaps and bounds. Nothing could be a better tonic in these days for those of our faith, and we owe Dr. Oldham and his collaborators a deep debt of gratitude for it. That a year hence may find peace on earth and, whether that be so or not, that Senior Members may be happy and prosperous in their several contributions to the national welfare, is the affectionate hope of Yours sincerely, December, 1939. B. E. GWYER.
SOME PROCEEDINGS OF THE RE SEARCH COMMITTEE, 1939 rrHE 1939 elections were as follows: Elizabeth Wordsworth JL Student, Christian V. M. Lucas, M.A., Ph.D.London (Class I Literae Humaniores, 1932, Research Student, Westfield College, 1933). Mary Gray Allen Senior Scholar, Kathleen M. Reavenall, B.A. (Lady Margaret Hall, Class I History, 1937, Maude Royden Exhibitioner, 1938). Moberly Senior Scholar, Anne Pellew, B.A. (Class I Engineering Science, 5939.) Miss Lucas is continuing her study of 'The Cities of Italy under the Roman Empire'. Miss Reavenall's Scholarship was suspended at the end of the Michaelmas Term, as she was permitted to accept and hold for the duration of the war the appointment of Archivist to the Bedford County Council. The University having suspended for the present the normal regulations as to standing, she hopes later to complete her thesis on 'The Cathedral Priory of Worcester during the reign of Edward III with a Calendar of the Liber Albus' for the B.Litt. degree. Miss Pellew is following a course for the B.Sc. and working under the Professor at an aeronautical subject. She hopes in due course to proceed to the Farnborough Research Station. There were no applications for grants from the John Gamble Fund.
THE LI It RARY MHE books are being allowed to remain in the Library and are .1L accessible to the students during the war. The Library has only been open during daylight hours as blackout has so far been found impracticable. The Reading-room has been taken over by the Government, but the Stack-room and Unpacking-room are being retained by the College. Provision has been made for the protection of valuable books during war-time. They are packed in a wooden zinc-lined trunk which is being stored in the College safe. The five unique books possessed by the Library are being housed in a bomb-proof shelter at the Bodleian. 12
The total number of books in the Library is now 17,000. We have been as fortunate as usual in the number of gifts received. Professor Myres gave us the choice of a great many books from his library of ancient history and classical subjects, and designed and presented a delightful little book-plate. Miss Mary Dalston presented a collection of standard works on various subjects from her father's library, and Mrs. Buckler a choice of books from her collection on modern history and allied subjects. Fraulein Wolff, the German refugee student at St. Hugh's College, who is researching in magnesium metabolism in thyroid disease, presented a collection of volumes from her grandfather's library; these are chiefly standard editions of French classics and books on modern German history, and were sent over with some difficulty just before war began. Several of the gifts to the Library are the published work of members of the College. During the summer vacation, Miss Turner, Yates Theological Scholar, 1937-9, kindly spent a fortnight helping the Librarian to catalogue the theological books given and bequeathed to the Library by Dr. Selbie, Dr. Streeter, and Miss Yates. Visits have been paid to the Library by the following bodies: the S.E. Midlands Group of the Schools Section of the Library Association; the Conference of the Schools Librarians' Association, Oxford, 1939 ; and the Oxford Bibliographical Society, who paid St. Hugh's the honour of choosing their Library for their first visit to a women's P. K. H. W. College.
THE JUNI R COMMON R OM fl HE usual activities of the J.C.R. have been carried on vigorously
during this year. College societies have flourished, especially the Musical and Dramatic Societies. We have had several concerts from outside musicians, and on St. Hugh's Day, 1939, a musical entertainment was given by members of the College among whom the present first year took a prominent part. The talent of the second year seems to be mainly dramatic. The College play, Tobias and the Angel, was produced in the Summer Term with an entirely secondyear cast, though the two producers were both third year. The performance, which was given in the garden, caused much agitation for several weeks beforehand, the lighting arrangements being particularly complicated and difficult. The rain held off until the last scene of the last Act, and the Isis at least was kind to our efforts. A further dramatic effort was the comic entertainment produced by Miss Honour in aid of Basque refugees. It was given several times with great effect. As far as games and sport are concerned, the College has not distinguished itself in any remarkable way, for we lost all the `cuppers'. There were, however, three St. Hugh's people in the Oxford University Women's Lacrosse team, and four in the Oxford 13
University Women's Eight which won against Cambridge and London in the Hilary Term. Since we left the college buildings on the outbreak of war, the J.C.R. has been rather scattered and divided, but there has been no perceptible falling-off in our college activities. Having survived so far, especially in view of the rather unaccustomed and awkward state of affairs last Term, there is every reason to expect that the J.C.R. will do so as a whole until we are able to return to a college which, we hope, may not have been very much changed. E. G. E.
DEGREES, 1939-4o D.Phil. A. C. Iliescu. Thesis: 'The dogmatic implications of the hypostatic union, with special reference to St. John of Damascus.' B.Litt. C. J. Dastur. Thesis: `" The Retrospective Review": its origin, aims, and contributors.' M. Macdonald, M.A. Thesis : 'A study of the main causes for the failure of the attempt to introduce a democratic form of government in Austria after the war with special reference to the constitution of 1920.'
M.A. M. I. Foster M. V. Halmshaw L. Harrison W. M. Keens
C. V. M. Lucas M. Macdonald E. M. Mitchell H. M. Weston
B.Sc. S. B. Andrews
M. L. Campbell-Renton
B.A. M. Anderton I. J. Baker B. C. H. Brodie H. L. Coates E. B. Dean E. M. Edmunds A. A. B. Fairlie B. Forbes Adam S. E. Fryer J. A. Gaved H. M. Gilmour M. Howard E. M. Jackson S. M. R. Keay M. Lea-Wilson '4
M. M. McKinstry A. Pellew E. A. Poole J. M. Pye J. M. Rawlinson M. F. Richardson J. E. Seymour P. Llewellyn Smith S. H. S. Smith D. Sutton Smith D. Townend E. V. A. Turner A. M. Watson R. U. C. Weston R. D. Wise
HONOU SCHOOLS, x939 Literae Humaniores.
Natural Science. Chemistry. Part I. Part II.
Physiology. Engineering. Theology.
Class I. P. Llewellyn Smith Class II. J. M. Pye S. H. M. Smith Class III. S. M. R. Keay R. D. Wise E. A. Poole Class II. R. B. M. Yule Class II. M. F. Richardson S. Sutton Smith Class I. A. Pellew Class II. E. V. A. Turner
Class III. R. M. Howard
Class II. B. Forbes Adam J. M. Fursdon J. A. Gaved M. E. L. Griffiths D. E. M. Milner J. M. D. Purnell G. M. P. Worthy Class III. H. M. M. Annett E. Beer A. I. M. Shaw Class IV. E. M. Jackson
English Language and Literalure.
Mathematics. Modern Languages.
Class II. M. Anderton H. L. Coates E. M. Edmunds C. A. Hall S. Harbottle M. C. Honour M. Lea-Wilson D. M. M. Thomas D. U. C. Weston Class III. I. J. Baker Class I. P. E. Loveday Class II. B. N. Bolland B. C. H. Brodie S. E. Fryer J. E. Seymour K. F. Slattery D. Townend A. M. Watson
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics.
Geography. Honour Classical Moderations.
Honour Mathematical Moderations.
Class I. M. M. McKinstry Class II. H. A. Clarence E. B. Dean M. B. Holdgate P. Macdean Class II. H. M. Gilmour C. I. Kahn Class I. N. Gamon Class II. G. E. M. Anscombe F. E. Bramley Class III. G. Murray Class I. G. M. Mossop Class II. W. M. Laws
Elizabeth Wordsworth Student,
1939-41: CHRISTIAN VIOLA MARY
Mary Gray Allen Senior Scholar: KATHLEEN MARY REAVENALL, B.A. Moberly Senior Scholar: ANNE PELLEW, B.A. Yates Theological Scholar: PHYLLIS MARY CARLYON EVANS, B.A. SCHOLARS G. E. M. ANSCOMBE, 1937. Clara Evelyn Mordan. F. E. BRAMLEY, 1937. J. M. CRUM, 1937. D. F. CUMBERLEGE, 1937. E. G. ELLIOTT, 1937. N. W. GAMON, 1937. M. M. GYDE, 1937. G. M. MOSSOP, 1937. J. WILTSHIRE, 1937. A. M. EARLY, 1938. A. H. GABAIN, 1938. M. BURCH, 1939. Medicine. Jubilee and Senior
Grammar School. M. E. H. CAMPBELL,
1939. Modern Languages. Cheltenham Ladies
College. S. G. GROVE, 1939. English. Sutton Coldfield High School. A. H. JOHNSON, 1939. Classics. Maynard School, Exeter. G. M. JOLIFFE, 1939. English. Penarth County School. D. M. MOSS, 1939. Modern Languages. Gilchrist Scholar. St.
Girls' School. M. H. SYKES, 1939. Classics. Douglas High School. E. A. TAYLOR, 1939. History. Wimbledon High School. E. C. VOLLANS, 1939. Geography. Sheffield High School. 16
EXHIBITIONERS D. J. DIXON, 1938. D. CHITTY, 1936. A. H. ELLIOTT, 1938. D. M. FORSTER, 1937. C. M. GERNOS DAVIES, 1938. M. G. FORSTER, 1937. A. J. PARKER, 1938. G. M. TREVALDWYN, 1937. S. SURTEES, 1938. E. M. WOOD, 1937. D. R. C. ANTONA-TRAVERSI, 1938. B. M. Y. TYLER, 1938. E. R. WYNNE, 1938. H. R. M. COBB, 1938. P. B. DAVIES, 1938. J. BREWER, 1939. S. Wilts. Secondary School, Salisbury. Z. M. DIGGINES, 1939. King Edward's High School, Birmingham. s. M. FOSTER, 1939. Cheltenham Ladies College. N. SHILSTON, 1939. Rochester Girls' Grammar School. G. V. W. YEATS-BROWN, 1939. Tonbridge High School.
UNDERGRADUATES NOT BEING SCHOLARS OR EXHIBITIONERS J. 0. Harries. A. B. Y. Mitchell. Fourth Year. H. M. Healey. J. M. Peel. R. Barbour. M. F. Hume. E. Penny. D. B. W. Gimson. A. W. Jones. E. Renwick. M. F. Harding. M. C. Rylands. N. S. Jones. A. A. E. Levinson. G. I. Keenleyside. F. M. E. Macdonald. B. A. Skemp. J. Tresise. P. M. KumaramanS. C. Pridmore. galam. K. F. B. Tyabji. S. M. Tilling. M. H. Ledeboer. T. Zakharoff. H. C. N. Turnbull. F. E. Lloyd. Second Year. Third Year. F. G. Lloyd. B. A. Money. M. M. L. Bailey. A. D. Catterns. G. L. Musto. J. S. A. Chappat. H. F. Bloodworth. E. L. Oldham. V. L. Disney-Roe- L. M. Clish. M. B. E. Cloake. A. R. Pow. buck. M. Rhys. K. I. Coombs. J. A. Dixon. J. S. Rogers. K. Dixon. L. Crankshaw. P. M. Russell. G. E. Davies. A. M. Downie. M. M. Shaw. M. P. Davis. E. Gold. E. R. Snodgrass. S. F. De Sa. H. M. Green. M. Standeven. P. T. Dickman. J. P. Harris. P. Stockdale. C. M. Dowler. K. A. Haslam. A. E. Tatlow. W. M. Laws. J. M. Embray. M. C. Finch. L. M. Trevor. G. C. M. Lewis. D. I. Fletcher. S. I. Zilliacus. J. G. Miln. First Year.
M. G. Beamish, Leamington High School. D. Bishop, Henrietta Barnett School. M. V. Blake, Clifton High School. M. B. Blaker, Mitcham County School. A3
M. Blomfield, Farrington's, Chislehurst. M. N. S. Boyall, Enfield County School. G. A. Campbell-James, Howell's School, Denbigh. M. W. Davies, Hawnes School, Haynes Park. N. K. M. Dewar, Christ's Hospital. E. M. Dresel, Tortington Park, Arundel. A. M. S. Dunn, Barr's Hill Secondary School. 0. B. N. Fawcett, Benenden School. M. Griffith, Queenswood, Hatfield. F. M. Hanson, Burnley High School. E. C. Harris, Haberdashers' Ashe's School, Acton. H. M. Harris, Sherborne School. B. E. How, Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Barnet. C. M. W. Joseph, St. Paul's Girls' School. R. Lloyd, SS. Mary and Anne, Abbots Bromley. A. P. McDougall, St. George's School, Ascot. P. M. Madden, St. Felix School, Southwold. E. M. Melles, County School for Girls, Folkestone. I. M. Miles, Roedean School. R. M. Orgill, Normanton High School. A. E. L. Peet, Badminton School. B. J. Perkins, Varndean School, Brighton. S. E. E. Randall, St. Helen's School, Northwood. M. Reepmaker d'Orville, Putney High School. B. J. Sanderson, Howell's School, Denbigh. Y. D. Scott, Roedean School. H. D. Shepherd, St. Leonard's School, St. Andrews. P. H. W. Smith, Commonweal School, Purley. R. C. Tyrrell, Royal School, Bath. H. M. Watts, Howell's School, Denbigh. H. M. Wilson, Francis Holland School. B. Wolff, B Lyceum Wellmann, Berlin. E. Wynn-Williams, Roedean School.
MARRIAGES DOROTHY MARGARET ABSON to MR. EDWARD SEEL, September 1937. HELEN JANET MARGARET ANNETT to MR. A. A. W. JOHNSON, at St. Peter's
Church, Berkhamsted, November 25th, 1939. at St. Mary's Church, Harrow-on-the-Hill, July 29th, 1939. JOAN PUDSEY DAWSON to MR. L. A. MOIGNARD, at St. Wolfram's Church, Grantham, September 23rd, 1939. FRANCES ANN ALICE DEAS to the REV. S. BIRTWELL, at St. Mary Abbot's, Kensington, March i5th, 1939. CONSTANCE MARY EXLEY to MR. A. C. HILLS, at St. John's Church, Upper Norwood, July 31st, 1939. MAUD ELIOT GIBBONS to MR. R. L. JAMES, at St. John's Church, Ranmoor, Sheffield, August 9th, 1939. MELICENT EMILY BARRETT to MR. R. G. H. SALMON,
BERYL ROSA HAMILTON tO MR. J. J. DAVIES,
at St. James's Church,
Kidbrooke, August 31st, 1939. MARGARET RUTH KERSHAW tO MR. C. A. MARSDEN,
at St. Mary Abbot's,
Kensington, September 22nd, 1939. at the Church of the Holy Rosary, Marylebone, October 14th, 1939. CHARITY MILDRED LOVEDAY to MR. R. J. JAMES, at All Saints' Church, Clifton, July 11th, 1939. MILLICENT LILLIAN MARY LOWE to MR. SCOTT, August 1939. SONIA MIRIAM MANDELKORN tO MR. J. B. ELTON, at Hampstead Registry Office, March 1939. HELEN MOSS to MR. A. V. SIMMS, December 21st, 1939. LUCILLE D'OYEN PARKS to MR. T. L. IREMONGER, at the Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity, St. Peter, St. Paul, and St. Swithin, Winchester, July 5th, 1939. IRENE POMPHRETT to MR. J. A. ELIOT, at the Brompton Oratory, July 27th, 1939. PAMELA PORTLOCK to CAPTAIN A. BOYCE, at All Souls', Langham Place, June 3rd, 1939. OLIVE MARY SHAPLEY to MR. J. S. A. SALT, at All Saints' Church, Thorp Arch, Yorkshire, July x4th, 1939. LORNA SYMONDS to MR. N. FISHER, at Grasmere Parish Church, April i5th, 1939.
NORAH ELIZABETH VAUGHAN LAWRENCE to MR. H. H. W. BROWNE,
TATIANA VORONOFF to MONSIEUR SVEN DALHOFF GULDBERG, in Norway, October 11th, 1939. SHEILA HAZAEL MAYOH WILSON to MR. A. P. M. WALKER, September
BIRTHS MRS. ADAM (G. M. Ervine)—a son, June 7th, 1939. MRS. BAGGALEY (H. Bradbrooke)—a daughter, September 7th, 1939. MRS. BEARE (S. Gibson)—a daughter, August i4th, 1939. MRS. BEDFORD (C. R. McDermott)—a daughter, Judith Mary,
September i6th, 1938. MRS. BRAMWELL (B. Bosworth Smith)—a daughter, June i8th, 1939. MRS. coma (A. H. Huxley)—a daughter, May 15th, 1939. MRS. CORNWELL (E. M. C. Wilkes)—a son, David John, November
MRS. DOBBS (F. Randolph)—a daughter, February 16th, 1940. MRS. ELLIOTT (K. Classen)—a son, May, 1939. MRS. FARISH (A. Stephenson)—a daughter, Dec. 7th, 1939. MRS. FOOT (L. Corrie)—a son, David, May loth, 1939. MRS. GEE (H. M. Osborne)—a daughter, Sarah Georgina Rodney,
August isth, 1939. MRS. GODWIN (E. J. Hackshaw)—a son, November, 1938. MRS. HEBDITCH (M. Milkins)—a son, Charles Silvine, July zoth, 1939. MRS. HUSSEY (M. Hobhouse), a son, Edward Laurence, February 17th,
(M. R. B. Collins)-a daughter, Valerie Christine, October z6th, 1938. MRS. LATHAM (P. Kirkby)-a daughter, October loth, 1939. MRS. LEWIS (M. Buick)-a daughter, November 22nd, 1939. MRS. PIPER (M. M. Evans)-a son, Edward Blake Christmas, November 12th, 1938. MRS. PYEMONT (R. Johnson)-a son, May 11th, 1939. MRS. SEEL (D. M. Abson)-a daughter, Gillian, February 1939. MRS. SMITH (L. Smith)-a son, NOV. 20th, 1939. MRS. STONEY (M. C. T. Nugent)-a son, Colum Vesey, June 23rd, 1939. MRS. THACKWELL (P. Talbot)-a daughter, Catharine Patricia, September loth, 1939. MRS. WEST (D. T. McNeill)-a son, July 1939. MRS. WICKRAMASINGHE (W. Rodrigo)-a son, Anthony, August 1939.
PUIiiLICATIONS The Poems of Thomas Pestell, edited with an account of his life and work by Hannah Buchan, B.Litt. Blackwell, 1939. 12s. 6d. Chateaubriand. Joan Evans, D.Litt. Macmillan, 1939. 12s. 6d. Glastonbury: truth and fiction. Beatrice Hamilton Thompson, M.A., B.Litt. Mowbrays, 1939. 6d.
The English Miss, To-day and Yesterday. Alicia C. Percival, M.A. Harrap, 1939. los. 6d.
Abbots Bromley. Marcia Alice Rice, M.A. Wilding & Son, 1939. 6s. Novel Notions, or brief reviews of the better books. Doris B. Saunders. Peerless Press, Winnipeg, 1939. 25c.
The Study of the Niebelungenlied. Mary Thorp. M.A., D.Phil. (Oxford Studies in Modern Language and Literature.) Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1939. Its. 6d. The Economics of Peasant Farming. Doreen Warriner, M.A. 1939. Izs. 6d. ARTICLES Articles on two Swahili books in Central Africa, 1939. D. C. Abdy. Reviews in the Italian periodical La Rassegna. Olga D. Bickley, M.A. `The Theory of General Transforms for Functions of the Class LP(o, oo) II', and 'An Additional Note on General Transforms of the Class LP(o, oo)'. Quarterly journal of Mathematics (Oxford), vol. to, 1939. Ida W. Busbridge, D.Phil. `The Evaluation of Certain Integrals involving Products of Hermite Polynomials' and 'On the Solution of an Integral Equation'. journal of the London Mathematical Society, vol. 14, 1939. I. W. Busbridge. `Un manuscrit du Roman de la Rose a Jersey.' Romania, lxv. 258 (April 1939), pp. 233-7. Ruth J. Dean, M.A., D.Phil. 20
`Nicholas Trevet: a study of his life and works, with special reference to his Anglo-Norman Chronicle.' Abstracts of Dissertations for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy, xi (Oxford, 1939), pp. 116-19. R. J. Dean. `An Essay in Anglo-Norman Palaeography' in Studies in French Language and Mediaeval Literature presented to Professor Mildred Pope (1939). R. J. Dean. 'An Experiment in Education.' American Women's Club Magazine,
xv. 9. September 1939, pp. 395-7. R. J. Dean. `Chaucer.' Year's Work in English Studies, vol. xviii. D. Everett, M.A. Reviews in Medium Aevum and Review of English Studies. D. Everett. `German Musicians in England and their Influence to the End of the Eighteenth Century.' German Life and Letters, vol. iv, no. i, October 1939. Herma G. Fiedler, M.A. `The Trial in Lanval' in Studies in French Language and Mediaeval Literature presented to Professor Mildred Pope (1939). E. A. Francis, M.A. `Mr. Mabbott on Punishment.' Mind, October 1939. Mary R. Glover, M.A. `Stage Lighting for Schools.' School Drama. (British Drama League publication. Methuen. 7s. 6d.) Nancy Hewins. `The Warrington Classis.' Transactions of the Unitarian Historical Society, 1939. Anne Holt. `Historical Revisions: lxxxix: Byzantine Monasticism.' History, June 1939 (vol. 24). J. M. Hussey, M.A., B.Litt. Article in the Roumanian periodical Revista Teologica, 1939. A. Iliescu, D.Phil. `Oxfordshire Grammar and Elementary Schools from the Middle Ages to the Present Day.' Victoria County History of Oxfordshire, vol. i. O.U.P., 194o. M. D. Lobel, M.A. `The Ecology of the Larger Fungi, III. Constancy and Frequency, with special reference to Soil Types.' Annals of Applied Biology, vol. xxvi, no. r, pp. 25-46, February 1939â&#x20AC;˘ W. H. Wilkins and Sheila H. M. Patrick. Articles in The Times Educational Supplement, May, June, September, October 1939. Alicia C. Percival, M.A. Articles on the Sudan in The Times, June 6th and 7th, 1939. Margery Perham, M.A. `Lichen Pilaris seu Spinulosus', and 'Striae Atrophicae ? Dyspituitarism.' Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 1939. A. D. K. Peters. Various publications in connexion with Girl Guides. U.B.C.F. Rhys Davids. Various Radio plays, produced at different times in 1939. C. L. A. Richardson. Jonson and Donne: A Problem of Authorship.' Review of English Studies, July 1939. Evelyn Mary Simpson, D.Phil. 21
Review of 'Ben Jonson: Selected Works' (ed. Levin). Review of English Studies, October 1939. E. M. Simpson. `A Portrait called "Henry, Prince of Wales", by Daniel Mytens.' Burlington Magazine, March 1939. Margaret R. Toynbee, M.A. `Tudor and Stuart MSS. at Turin.' Times Literary Supplement, September i6th, 1939. M. R. Toynbee (with C. H. Garrett).
APPOINTMENTS, 1939-4o Reader in Colonial Administration in the University of Oxford and Official Fellow of Nuffield College. October 1939. Member of the Advisory Committee on Colonial Education. 0. D. BICKLEY, M.A. Examiner in the Oxford Final Pass School. Group B7 and B8 from H.T. 1940 to T.T. 1941. M. THORP, M.A., D.PHIL. Lecturer in German, Nottingham University College. September 1939. A. C. ILIESCU, D.PHIL. University Assistant (lecturer) in the Faculty of Physics, University of Bucharest, Roumania. 0. ALEXANDER, B.A. Modern Language Mistress, Varndean School, Brighton. September 1939. P. M. BIRLEY, B.A. Temporary Assistant, Battersea Public Library. 1939â&#x20AC;˘ D. BLEASBY, B.A. Assistant Classics Mistress, Mary Datchelor Girls' School, Camberwell. September 1939. W. BRADBURY, B.A. Junior Officer, Ministry of Pensions (temporary). 1939. M. M. BURGESS, B.A. Modern Language Mistress, Dudley High School. January 1940. w. M. CATLIN, B.A. Assistant Modern Language Mistress, Doncaster High School. January 1940. 0. CHANDLER, B.A. Post in the Surrey Juvenile Employment Department. M. L. CLARKSON, B.A. Secretary to the Kendal Guild of Service. September 1939. M. M. CORK, B.A. Divinity Mistress, Girls' Collegiate School, Leicester. September 1939. E. P. CORNER, B.A. Probation Officer, Sheffield. 1939. M. L. CUNNINGHAM, B.A. Classics Mistress, St. Brandon's School, Bristol (now at Wells). January 1940. D. DARKER, M.A. Headmistress, Finchley County Co-educational School. 1938. A. C. DOBBS. Inspector of Evening Institutes, Education Office Department, L.C.C. 1939. G. A. B. EDMONDS, B.A. History and Latin Mistress, Rosemead, Littlehampton. September 1939. MRS. ELTON (S. M. MANDELKORN), B.A. Secretarial Appointment at Davis's. 1939. J. Al. FIELD, B.A. History and Geography Mistress, Shute School, near Axminster. 1939. M. PERHAM, M.A.
M. GARDNER, B.A.
Assistant Mathematics Mistress, Nuneaton High
School. 1939. R. W. GODDARD.
Assistant Mistress, Dudley Girls' High School.
F. HARDIE, B.A. Confidential Secretary, Government Office, Selanghor, F.M.S. April 1939. K. M. HARGREAVES, B.A. Assistant Classics Mistress, St. Mary Hall, Brighton. M. G. HARWOOD, M.A. Second English Mistress, Southend-on-Sea High School for Girls. 1939. E. A. HEARN, B.C.L. Probationary appointment in the Parliamentary Counsel Office. A. M. HEDLEY, B.A. Classics Mistress, St. Mary's School, Caine. September 1939. G. E. S. HURD. Temporary post in Ministry of Pensions. 1939. E. JACKSON, B.A. Assistant Classics Mistress, Felixstowe College. September 1939. M. B. JOHNSTON, B.A. History Mistress, St. Cyprian's School, Capetown. J. LANE, B.A. Moral Welfare Outdoor Worker, Diocese of Exeter. October 1939. L. LEIGH SPENCER. Second Mistress, Stafford Girls' High School. September 1938. M. A. LEWIS, B.A. Assistant Mistress, Godalming County School. September 1939. M. D. LOBEL, B.A. Temporary Librarian, Barnett House, Oxford. 1939. D. LOVEGROVE, B.A. Assistant History Mistress, Chislehurst County School. 1939. E. B. MACKINLAY, B.A. Assistant English Mistress, Bournemouth School for Girls. 1939. E. N. MARTIN, M.A. Lecturer in the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto. 1939. R. MARTIN, B.A. Temporary work with Liverpool Patrols. M. G. K. MOILLIET, B.A. Assistant French Mistress, Malmesbury Secondary School. September 1939. G. MORLEY, M.A. Senior Mathematics Mistress, Wellington High School. September 1939. D. M. NIBLETT, B.A. Junior English Lecturer, Hockerill Training College. September 1939. K. M. PAGE, B.A. Assistant Mistress, Abbots Hill, Hemel Hempstead. R. M. PRESTON, B.A. Post at the Ministry of Information. MRS. PROVIS (E. R. YOUNG), M.A. Part-time post at The Manor House, Limpsfield. September 1939. J. RAWLINSON, B.A. Second French Mistress, Greenhead High School, Huddersfield. January 1939. J. E. R. SALTER, B.A. Science and Geography Mistress, County School for Girls, Wokingham. September 1939. E. B. SHARP, B.A. Secretary of Institute of Labour Management, Thames House, Millbank, S.W.'. January 194o. 23
Assistant Vocational Guidance Officer, Kent Education Committee. F. M. STINTON, B.A. Assistant Classical Mistress, Roedean School, Brighton. M. STRADLING, B.A. Clerical Post in Administrative Office, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. K. I. TEASDALE, B.A. Assistant Geography Mistress, Lowther College, Abergele. September 1939. E. V. A. TURNER, B.A. Headmistress, Surbiton High School. September 1939. E. M. WALFORD, B.A. Secretary to the Vicar of St. Aldate's, Oxford. D. YEATS-BROWN, B.A. Assistant Mistress, Chatelard School, Chamby, Switzerland (now at Aberdovey). September 1939. R. B. M. YULE, B.A. Assistant Science Mistress, Kesteven and Sleaford Girls' High School. January 194o. 0. SHAW, B.A.
NEWS OF SENIOR MEM IIERS WHO WENT DOWN IN 1939 E. M. EDMONDS, H. M. GILMOUR, E. M. JACKSON, D. TOWNEND, and D. V. C. WESTON are reading for the Oxford Diploma in the Theory,
History, and Practice of Education. H. J. M. ANNETT is married. I. J. BAKER is reading for the
Oxford Diploma in Public and Social Administration. B. N. BOLLAND holds a Bursary for secretarial training at Davis's. B. C. H. BRODIE is taking a Teachers' Training course at Birmingham. H. A. CLARENCE is married. H. L. COATES has a secretarial appointment in the office of the British Consul-General at Rotterdam. D. J. M. FURSDON is married. J. A. CAVED is teaching. M. E. L. GRIFFITHS is at the Cambridge Training College for Secondary Teachers. M. B. HOLDGATE has been awarded a Scholarship for secretarial training at Whitehall Secretarial College. M. C. HONOUR has returned to the United States. R. M. HOWARD is doing part-time clerical work at a hospital and is continuing her work for the Bar examination. c. I. KAHN had an opportunity of visiting Palestine in the summer of 1939, and is teaching at the Jerusalem Girls' College and elsewhere. S. M. R. KEAY is Senior Assistant in the Kew County Library and is working for the examinations of the Library Association. M. LEA-WILSON is helping with evacuation work at her own home. P. E. LOVEDAY, after working for some time at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, now at Balliol College, Oxford, is at present working at the Ministry of Information. 24
is training for club-work among girls, at the L.M.H. Settlement. M. M. McKINSTRY is working for the Oxford B.Litt. degree. A. PELLEW has been awarded the Edge11 Sheppee Engineering Scholarship for 1939-4o and is working for the Oxford B.Sc. degree. E. A. POOLE is working for the Oxford B.Sc. degree (Chemistry Pt. II). J. M. D. PURNELL is teaching at St. George's School, Ascot. J. M. PYE is taking a secretarial course. K. F. SLATTERY is visiting her family in India. A. I. M. SHAW is taking a secretarial course in Oxford. P. LLEWELYN SMITH is taking a course at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London. S. H. S. SMITH has returned to New Zealand. D. SUTTON SMITH and M. F. RICHARDSON are working for the znd B.M., and are doing the clinical part of the course at the Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford. O. M. M. THOMAS is taking a secretarial course in Oxford. E. V. A. TURNER has been appointed Headmistress of Surbiton High School. A. WATSON is helping at Skene House, Oxford, where social work among girls and women is carried on. R. D. WISE is taking a course of training as a teacher at King's College, London. R. B. M. YULE is teaching at Sleaford High School, Lincolnshire. P. MACLEAN
NEWS OF SENIOR MEM E S WHO ARE ENGAGED IN WAR WORK Auxiliary Territorial Service.
Company Commander, working as Adjutant to No. 9 Group, Catterick : MRS. DIXON (E. SEROCOLD). Company Commander, 1st Leicestershire Company: s. M. v. PATRICK. Junior Commander and Quartermaster, 1st London Motor Company: M. GODLEY. Company Assistant, 16th London Company: M. MACDONALD. Company Assistant, 4oth Wiltshire Company: M. E. K. WAIT. Volunteer, 7th Wilts. Motor Company: M. M. CHATTAWAY. Clerical Post with ist Somerset Company: M. GILLETT. A.R.P. Work. K. BRADBURY, J. CORDWENT CORRIE (MRS.), H. C. DENEKE, A. HOLT, M. KENNARD DAVIS (MRS.), M. D. LOBEL (MRS.), and M. R. B. SHAW
are Air Raid Wardens. P. M. COOPER, D. EVERETT, R. W. GODDARD, D. H. F. GRAY, A. C. PERCIVAL, E. R. PROVIS (MRS.), J. STOVIN, and E. M. YONGE are Ambulance
D. C. ABDY, H. FIEDLER, M. S. HOLLAND, L. M. HORAN, V. RHYS DAVIDS, E. M. RICHARDSON, and V. K. TALLENT are engaged in work in con-
nexion with First Aid Posts. is engaged in part-time A.R.P. work at the Carlisle Report Centre. M. R. B. SHAW is in the Technical Department of the Women's Voluntary Services Head-quarters, Tothill Street, S.W. r, where she is responsible for giving advice on all matters connected with Air Raid Precautions. R. E. TAYLOR is engaged in part-time A.R.P. work at Haverfordwest County Control Office. D. FINN is a Local Organizer in the Womens' Land Army. S. M. ANDREWS, MRS. GOWER GARDNER, V. KALAN, F. M. PATERSON, and M. J. PORCHER are working with the British Red Cross Society. N. I. CHELTON
V. M. S. CREIGHTON, H. C. DENEKE, C. HEDLEY, W. H. JONES, M. MOILLIET, B. M. C. MORGAN, and E. R. PROVIS (MRS.) hold various organizing
and other posts in the Womens' Voluntary Service. O. ALEXANDER, M. M. CORK, and M. D. LOBEL (MRS.) are Billetting Officers. J. CORDWENT CORRIE (MRS.) and J. M. FIELD are helping in Canteens. P. M. ALLEN, who is on the temporary staff of the Charity Organiza-
tion Society, is helping to run Citizens' Advice Bureaux, under the C.O.S. and the National Council of Social Service. O. D. BICKLEY has been working at the Institute of International Affairs at Balliol College, Oxford. E. B. C. CLARK has been accepted for part-time work as an Animal Guard, but the duties have not yet been assigned. She is also working at a Hospital Supply Depot and doing work in connexion with evacuation and its problems in Southampton. K. COBURN is engaged in employment work in Canada among 'enemyaliens', whose plight, she says, is in many cases a particularly cruel one. M. R. CUNNINGHAM is in the Civil Nursing Reserve, V.A.D. Detachment, Hants. s. C. DYKE (MRS.) has organized a Mobile Enrolment-Unit for Blood Transfusion in Wolverhampton, and has already secured 4,000 donors for the Emergency Blood-Transfusion Service. She is also Chairman of the Provision of Garments Sub-Committee of the Wolverhampton Civic and Express and Star Fund, for sending parcels to local men on war-service abroad or at sea. D. G. ELGOOD (MRS.) is a member of several committees in Harrow formed for the organization of war-work of different kinds, and has organized a Red Cross Day in Harrow. Z. EPPSTEIN is looking after three evacuated children. M. T. GAMES is Secretary (W.V.S.) to Dame Gwendoline Trubshaw, D.B.E., J.P., in connexion with the Soldiers', Sailors', and Airmen's Families Association in South Wales. C. P. GOODENOUGH is, in addition to her work as Warden of Talbot House Settlement, in charge of a Citizens' Advice Bureau. 26
did some voluntary work at the Office of the French Naval Control Board during the few weeks that it was in existence in Jamaica, where she is Headmistress of St. Hugh's High School, Cross Roads. F. W. HARE is looking after evacuated children and is attached to the Auxiliary Nursing Service in Stamford. W. J. L. HAZLEHURST is living at St. Margaret's House, Bethnal Green, where she is helping with a Citizens' Advice Bureau. E. M. HIRST is Hon. Secretary of the Harrogate branch of the Soldiers', Sailors', and Airmen's Families Association. M. S. HOLLAND is Hon. Secretary to the First Aid Commandant (A.R.P.) in Cirencester. L. L. HOMEWOOD has been a Research Assistant in the Ministry of Information since April 1939. J. LAPRAIK is nursing at a R.A.F. Hospital in Middlesex. Al. E. MACAULAY had to move with her school (Sheffield Girls' High School) to Calver in Derbyshire, on the outbreak of war, and is now running it as a boarding school. E. McLEOD is Assistant Specialist in the French section of the Foreign Publicity Division of the Ministry of Information. R. MALONE-BARRETT (MRS.) is in the Civil Nursing Reserve, attached as nursing auxiliary to the West Middlesex County Hospital. E. I. MARSHALL is engaged in Citizens' Advice Bureau work under the Kent Council of Social Service. M. E. M. MORGAN is doing war-time investigation into cases of unemployment for the Walthamstow Unemployment Assistance Board. E. REYNOLDS was called up on the outbreak of war for V.A.D. work at a R.V. Hospital in Hampshire. A. S. M. RICHARDSON is Chief Assistant to Food Executive Officer, Rural District of Wellington (under the Ministry of Food at Bristol). B. H. ROBERTS is organizing Social Welfare work among the evacuees in Tottington, Lancs. M. E. ROSE is engaged in temporary war work at the Foreign Office. E. M. A. TUDOR has been organizing Citizens' Advice Bureaux in the Brighton and Hove district and has been working in co-operation with the L.C.C. Care Committee workers in dealing with the welfare of evacuees. E. R. W. UNMACK is engaged in dealing with the various problems and difficulties in the employment of educated women resulting from the war, at the Central Employment Bureau for Women, of which she is Secretary. M. ST. G. WRIGHT is working as a shorthand-typist (Matron-inchief's Office) for the War Organization of the British Red Cross and Order of St. John of Jerusalem.
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NEWS OF SENIO
has been taking a course in hotel-management at a London Polytechnic. c. M. ADY broadcast in May 1939 on 'Machiavelli' in a series on `Forceful Thinkers', arranged by the B.B.C. for the Sixth forms of schools. K. E. BABBS is in New Zealand on an exchange appointment. F. M. S. BATCHELOR was able to continue her Summer School in English for Foreigners until the outbreak of war, and is still able to carry on some work with foreign students, mainly refugees. E. BEAMES has had to retire from teaching because of ill health. E. L. BELL is in the war-time quarters of the Godolphin and Latymer Girls' School at Newbury. MRS. G. BUCKLER has had to postpone the publication of her translation of the Strategikon of Cecaumenos because of the war. She is now in the United States, where her husband has been ordered for his health. E. M. BUTTERWORTH is at Bingley Training College, where Edge Hill College has been moved for the duration of the war, the two colleges occupying the same set of buildings. MRS. CHEETHAM (D. N. Neal) has been transferred from Boots' London Office to the Civil Defence Offices at Nottingham, as Lord Trent is now Regional Commissioner for the N.E. Midlands. K. H. COBURN hoped to come to England in 194o to work on her edition of Coleridge's Note-books, with a view to publication, but this is now, of course, indefinitely postponed. M. R. CUNNINGHAM is an unofficial Visitor at H.M. Prison, Winchester. She is also correspondence tutor for the National Adult School Union and is working two days a week in the X-ray Department, Royal Hants County Hospital. c. L. EDWARDS is living at home at Bournemouth, and is teaching in the mornings at Quarr House, Sway, a girls' Preparatory School. M. G. EDWARDS held a voluntary post for three months in 1939 as Warden of Cae Cenfy Holiday Home, Abergavenny, under the auspices of The National Committee for the Provision of Holidays for Unemployed Workers in Distressed Areas. Al. L. GORDON is living at Cambridge and looking after her mother. B. HAMILTON THOMPSON has been Acting-Principal of St. Mary's College, Durham, for the Michaelmas Term, 1939, during the absence of the Principal through illness. K. E. HARDY is living in Oxford, while working for the B.Litt. degree. B. J. HARRIS was awarded a First Class in the Final Bar Examination in June 1939. She was also awarded the Lord Justice Holker Senior Scholarship by Gray's Inn. N. HEWINS has been touring with the Osiris Repertory Company, which, though much affected by petrol-rationing, has had a successful tour in South Wales, under the auspices of the MaesYr-Haf Educational Settlement. M. ACASTER
D. IBBERSON is a Principal at the Unemployment Assistance Board. A. ILIESCU is continuing her course of study in Physics at Birmingham
University, and is living at the College of the Ascension, Selly Oak. 0. 3. LACE took the External London B.A. (Mathematical Honours) in June 1939. M. I. LEE has recently opened a Domestic Science house (Wychlea) in Bardwell Road, Oxford, for the teaching of cookery, housecraft, &c., to girls over 17â&#x20AC;&#x201D;the first of its kind in Oxford. She is very busy welcoming boarders and day-pupils from evacuation areas at Wychwood School. M. D. LOBEL has been responsible for finding training posts for refugees in Oxford, for making arrangements for them to get to England, and for finding them rooms when they arrive. Since the outbreak of war this work has more or less come to an end but she still is keeping an eye on a few refugee trainees placed in Oxford. v. M. MACPHERSON is trying to keep her school (Danesfield, Waltonon-Thames) alive in a neutral area, in the face of war difficulties and uncertainties. D. MARTIN-HURST (Novice Mary Daphne) received the habit of the Community of St. Mary the Virgin at Wantage on St. Andrew's Day, 1939. MRS. MOIGNARD (J. P. Dawson) is continuing to work for the Oxford B.M. examination at the General Infirmary at Leeds, where she moved from the West London Hospital on the outbreak of war. G. M. MORTON is at Ashstead, where the City of London School for Girls has moved for the duration of the war. E. M. OLIVIER has been elected Mayor of Wilton for the second year. MRS. RAHMAN (E. Castledine) is a Probationer at Leicester Royal Infirmary. E. M. REEVES has been awarded a Commonwealth Fund Scholarship for the Mental Health Course at the London School of Economics. M. ROGER has been doing Social Welfare work with the Department of Public Welfare, Toronto. v. RUFFER is Editor of the Journal of the British Archaeological Association, and is a part-time worker at the Y.W.C.A. central club. E. V. SCURFIELD is taking a course of training in Social Science at the London School of Economics. E. M. STRONG, until recently R.M.O. at the City of Birmingham Babies' Hospital, is now in General Practice at Chiddingfold, Surrey. E. B. STURGIS has gone to Newton Abbot for the duration of the war, where the school at which she teaches (Rookesbury Park) has been moved. E. R. W. UNMACK was awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (London) in March, 1939, for her thesis on 'A comparative study of speech development and motor co-ordination in children of twenty-four to forty months by means of specially devised tests'. E. E. WARDALE writes that she has had interesting contacts with refugees from Austria and Czechoslovakia, finding teachers for 29
the young people who knew no English and reading English with older ones who wished to improve their knowledge of the language. MRS. WRINCH (B. Buckler) spent from February to September 1939 travelling in the United States with her husband. They left their baby daughter and nurse in America, and returned by air to England on the outbreak of war.
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