ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE, OXFORD CHRONICLE 1942-3. No. 15. ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
Chairman: THE PRINCIPAL Hon. Secretary 1941-3: DR. C. M. ADY Hon. Editor of the Chronicle, 1941-4: MISS B. M. HAMILTON THOMPSON, St. Mary's College, Durham
Visitor THE RIGHT IION. EDGAR ALGERNON ROBERT, VISCOUNT CECIL OF CHELWOOD, M.A., HON. D.C.L
Honorary Fellows BEATRICE MARGARET SPARKS, M.A. JOAN EVANS, D.LITT.
Council BARBARA ELIZABETH GWYER, M.A., Principal. DOUGLAS VEALE, M.A., Fellow of Corpus Christi, Chairman. 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. OLGA DELFINA BICKLEY, M.A., Official Fellow. MADGE GERTRUDE ADAM, M.A., D.PHIL., Official Fellow. IDA CAROLINE MANN, M.A., Professorial 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. MARJORIE MOLLER, M.A. JOAN MERVYN HUSSEY, B.LITT., M.A. CHARLES STEWART ORWIN, M.A., D.LITT., Fellow of Balliol. STEPHEN GROSVENOR LEE, M.A., Fellow of Magdalen.
As we go to press, news reaches us of the death of a very distinguished Hon. Fellow of the College, Miss E. E. Wardale. An obituary will appear in our next number; a transcript follows of the notice in this week's University Gazette. R.I.P. On 27 February 1943 at 12 St. Margaret's Road, Oxford, Edith Elizabeth Wardale, M.A., Ph.D. (Zurich); sometime Tutor of the Association for the Education of Women in Oxford; Member of the Governing Body of St. Hugh's Hall and College 1894-1941 ; Vice-Principal 1889— 94; Tutor 1911-24 ; Hon. Fellow 1929-43. Aged 79. 3 March 1943.
EPORT SF SEVENTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEM El': S HE Seventeenth Annual Meeting of the Association was held at Holywell T Manor on Saturday, June zoth, 1942, the Principal in the Chair. Nineteen members were present. The Chairman, in her accustomed statement on College affairs, referred to the appointment of Madame Gorodetzky as Yates Lecturer in the History of Russian Religious Thought for one year from October 1942. She would be the first woman to lecture in the Honour School of Theology. She congratulated Dr. Ady (Research Fellow) on being invited by the Council of the British Academy to deliver the Annual Italian Lecture on June 24th. She also spoke of the problems created for the College by the liability of women for government service and of the regulations made by the Ministry of Labour with regard to women undergraduates. The election without contest of Lady Moberly as a member of Council for another term of three years was reported. Miss B. M. Hamilton Thompson was appointed as Editor of the Chronicle for three years from 1941. Tea in the garden followed the meeting. The membership of the Association now stands at 612.
THE PRINCIPAL'S LETTER TN view of the restrictions under which our devoted Editor has carried out
this year's compilation, I am very grateful to be allowed any space at all. But it would be a deprivation indeed not to send this annual greeting to Members, who are now scattered more widely over the world than ever. 1942 brought letters from the Far East, the Pacific, the United States, Palestine, and Egypt; and it is with pride that I recall the narratives of adventure, escape, and active service that they contain. The safety of all Members formerly resident in Malaya and Burma has been a great relief. And the Chronicle safely reached a Pacific island! Meanwhile the work of the University continues, with a zest by no means the least keen among members of our Society. Difficulties are severe, but my colleagues, including the Acting Domestic Bursar and her assistants (with the 'old guard' of the Johnsons and our long-established senior maids) achieve wonders. Mutatis mutandis, all our customs are being kept up; and we are united to one another by closer and closer bonds as we cope with our problems together. Nothing can exceed the helpfulness of the men members of our Council in every potential crisis as it arisesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;whether of Civil Defence, stocks and shares, or the demands of the Ministry of Labour. Health continues good and the register of candidates for admission longer than ever. The Editor asks me to say with what regret she has cut down obituaries, the news sent in (and greatly valued) of senior members, and the particulars normally given with marriage announcements. Force majeure: all of us know the meaning of that. And all of us know what is stronger still. B. E. GWYER.
HONOUR SCHOOLS, 1942 Literae Humaniores. Class II. F. E. Bramley Class III. D. J. Dixon C. M. Gernos Davies L. Trevor
Natural Science. Chemistry. Part I. Class II. Physics. Class II. Zoology. Modern History.
E. M. Dresel M. Burch R. M. Tyrrell
Class II. J. M. Blomfield H. R. M. Cobb L. Crankshaw M. K. M. Dewar B. E. How Class III. F. M. Henson
R. M. Orgill P. H. Smith H. M. Wilton G. V. W. Yeats Brown
English Language and Literature. Class II. M. B. Blaker M. W. Davies A. M. S. Dunn S. M. Foster S. G. Grove Class III. S. E. E. Randall
G. M. Jolliffe P. Madden E. M. Melles A. E. L. Peet N. Shilston
D. Bishop M. N. S. Boyall D. M. Moss M. D. Jackson Class II. M. V. Blake J. Brewer E. C. McKane M. E. H. Campbell H. D. Shepherd Z. M. Diggines Class IV. P. Stockdale
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics. A. E. Tatlow G. A. Campbell James M. Griffiths C. M. W. Joseph M. L. Reepmaker d'Orville Class III. A. P. McDougall E. Wynn Williams
Class I. Class II.
Class II. E. C. Vollans Class III. B. J. Sanderson Y. D. Scott.
Honour Mathematical Moderations. Class III. E. J. Williams 4
Honour Classical Moderations.
Class HI. R. L. Beaumont S. Castor M. Wilkins Class IV. R. Swain Honour Science Moderations. Class II.
R. M. Lodge
FIRST YEAR STUDENTS, M.T. 11942 KATHLEEN EDWARDS, M.A. (London), PH.D. (Manchester). Jubilee Scholar: A. D. DOCKERILL, King's Warren School, Plumstead, and Woolwich Polytechnic.
Mary Gray Allen Senior Scholar:
SCHOLARS M. J.
CROFT. Bournemouth School for Girls. H. S. FELBERBAUM. Settle High School. J. D. FITZPATRICK (Alice Ottley Scholar). Alice Ottley School, M. IGGLESDEN. Clifton High School. M. JACOBS. King Edward VI High School, Birmingham. J. E. MCKINSTRY. Cheltenham Ladies' College. M. s. PLOWMAN (Gilchrist Scholar). Christ's Hospital. J. F. TAYLOR. Honor Oak Secondary School.
EXHIBITIONERS S. HASSID.
Godolphin and Latymer Girls' School.
C. HILL. Cheltenham Ladies' College. N. M. KING. Godolphin and Latymer Girls' School. D. L. LINDSAY. Southover Manor School. S. M. LUGARD. Cheltenham Ladies' College. 0. A. W. LYON. Urmston Grammar School. J. M. SEGAR. Putney High School.
A. J. B. Arnold. Neath County School. C. C. Aspinall. Barmouth County School. E. Baxter. B.A., Manchester University. D. Bechler. Viktoria School, Danzig. J. Y. Boydell. French School, Bray, and Royal Irish Academy of Music. J. Brassington. Manchester High School. B. A. Bristow. Runton Hill. A. C. Burrows. St. Paul's Girls' School. D. E. Chatfield. Royal School, Bath. M. E. Clifford. Atherstone Grammar School. M. J. Daniels. Harrow County School for Girls. R. L. Dennis. Cheltenham Ladies' College. E. J. Ellis. Harrow County School for Girls. A. F. Fisher. Barns Hill Secondary School, Coventry. 5
J. M. E. Fortescue-Foulkes. Maynard School, Exeter. 0. P. Frodsham. Liverpool College, Huyton. J. M. Gibbins. Walthamstow Hall, Sevenoaks. M. J. Gilbertson. Alice Ottley School, Worcester. M. H. G. Hastings. St. Paul's Girls' School. J. W. Hollins. Whitehaven County Secondary School. M. A. E. Howard. Upper Chine School, Shanklin. P. M. Humphreys. St. Mary's, Wantage, and Woodleys, Woodstock. G. M. James. Lydney Grammar School. P. Knights. Ursuline High School, Brentwood. E. M. Lindsey-Renton. Blunt House, Oxted. M. L. Linklater. Haberdasher Aske's School, Acton. M. S. Lloyd. Laurel Bank School, Glasgow. E. F. Page. Liverpool College, Huyton. M. I. Reid. St. Helen's, Northwood. N. Rhys. Dr. Williams's School, Dolgelley. J. F. Robertson. Camden School. M. Slonkova, Ph.D., Comenius University, Bratislava. S. J. Thornton. Queen Victoria High School, Stockton-on-Tees. D. E. Watson. Aigburth Vale High School. M. Wheeler. Henrietta Barnett School. S. Wolff. South Hampstead High School.
BITUA Y CONSTANCE HEDLEY ONSTANCE HEDLEY came to St. Hugh's Hall in Norham Gardens in 1896, and read for Honour Moderations in Mathematics, taking Groups afterwards. When she left Oxford, she taught as an Assistant Mathematical Mistress in several schools, of which Clapham High School and Abbots Bromley were two. Then she became Head Mistress of the Louth Grammar School, where she had a Boarding House. But her chief work was the foundation of the Chiswick High School for Girls, of which she was the first Head Mistress. Here she had scope for her special qualities, for the school was maintained by the Middlesex County Education Committee and was, like many others, a dual school. She built up a big school, her generous, warmhearted nature enabling her to overcome many initial difficulties, and she established good relations with the adjoining Boys' School. Miss Hedley possessed, in a very marked degree, the power of looking at her work from a distance and of separating the things that matter in a school from less important affairs. She experienced two great sorrows: the death first of her younger brother in the war of 1914-18, and later, of the great friendâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; a Head Mistressâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;with whom she lived. Miss Hedley faced her altered circumstance, after this second loss, with great courage, but it was a loss which had a permanent effect on her life. For the last twelve years she was in very poor health, but she never allowed this to interfere with her work while she was in office, and her cheerful optimism endeared her to all with whom she came into contact. Her health obliged her to resign her post as Head Mistress of Chiswick High School at a somewhat early age, but she
spent some time very happily in the Cotswolds, of which she was very fond, and during the last year of her life, she lived with her elder brother's family in which she was intensely interested. Throughout, her sense of humour and her readiness to see the best in everyone had a great influence on her companions. She will be much missed by all who loved her. B. M. S. DORA GABRIELLE ELGOOD (nĂŠe LAWSON LEWIS) D. G. LAwsoN-LEwis was at St. Hugh's from 1910 to 1913, reading French. During the last war she nursed in France under the French Red Cross until a bout of diphtheria forced her to give up this work. For a time she was on the staff at King's School, Bruton, and later was working in the Censor's Office. Soon after her marriage, in 1918, to Vincent Elgood, she moved to Harrow, where she lavishly spent her energy and interest on local social and welfare work. She was a lady visitor, and served on the House Committee of the Harrow and Wealdstone Hospital ; she was also interested in the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital of Great Portland Street and Stanmore. For many years she organized Flag Days in Harrow. She was secretary of the Welfare Sub-Committee of the Harrow Social Welfare and Comforts Committee, and did much work for the W.V.S., and for the Women's Section of the British Legion. As well as these, her more public activities, there were many other charities and organizations which Gabrielle helped. Once being convinced of the value of a cause, she became its staunch and tireless supporter. She was so publicspirited that, however busy with her own domestic affairs and local activities she might be, she could always be relied on to come to the rescue in time of need. She was intensely interested in her College, and was Secretary of St. Hugh's Club for some years. She was a staunch and loyal friend ; time and absence made no difference to her feelings. Whenever one met her, she could give news of old St. Hugh's friends and their doings. She had a seemingly unlimited capacity for public work and private hospitality, and never let the world see when she was tired. On the night of October 31st, 1942, she was working with her husband at Poppy Day organizing till ten o'clock. She went to bed, and died from a heart attack before midnight. J.
ANNIE DOROTHEA ROUNTREE DORA ROUNTREE came of a family well-known in Lancashire for its religious and social interests. It was in Lancashire that she carried out the exacting duties of superintendent of the Rochdale Welfare Mission, where her great gifts and high moral purpose were needed to the full. She was educated at St. Elphin's, Darley Dale, and at St. Hugh's College (1914-17), and, after a period of teaching at Kettering, went out to India to her brother (1921-2) during part of which visit she stayed with the Sisters of the Epiphany at Barisal in Bengal and Behala near Calcutta. On her return to England she trained for a year for moral welfare work at the Josephine Butler House, Liverpool, and subsequently worked at Stafford, Lewisham, and Stoke-on7
Trent, before going to Rochdale. Although her duties in Rochdale covered but a brief period, Miss Rountree created a marked impression because of her deeply religious character, which was reflected in all her social work. In May 1942 she had a serious operation from which she never properly recovered, and died two months later. BARBARA NICKALLS A VERY promising member of the profession of journalists was lost on April 1st, 1942, by the early death from pneumonia of Barbara Nickalls. She entered the College in 1920 to read for the Honour School of English Language and Literature, in which she was awarded a Third Class. After a brief period of teaching she found her métier in newspaper work and, in spite of bad health from time to time, advanced steadily as a reporter, finally getting a post as Daily Mail Staff Reporter stationed in Bristol to cover the West and South-West. Readers of the Chronicle will remember her vivid account of her life under 'Blitz' conditions in the much-bombed city. A contemporary writes: It was a great shock to see in the paper the death of Barbara Nickalls. Her very striking and forceful personality makes it hard to realize that she has died so comparatively young. At college one was always acutely conscious of her as she strode about with her long slouch and her loud voice. Always she was either in the best of spirits or in the depths of depression. She could be more charming than anybody when she wished, and yet she was often a little pathetic, she was so uncertain of herself, so much in need of help. Everything she did she did with great gusto—games, acting, dancing, and long discussions over the fire. Though very popular among the girls, teaching was not really her metier. She was too unorthodox, too vivid, to fit in with the routine and discipline of school life, and I am sure that her journalistic work was much more suited to her character. She had a splendid capacity for friendship and would do anything for her friends, and her going will leave a real blank among them. E. R. P.
HAZEL FLORENCE BLOODWORTH tO DR. MANIFOLD, January, 1942. NINA SYLVIA BOYALL tO MR. R. SHACKLETON, November 9th, 1942. MURIEL ETHEL CLARK tO MR. T. CULLOTY, December 21st, 1941. NORAH KATHLEEN MAY DEWAR to 2ND LT. G. D. GURNEY, June 15th, 1942. TATIANA FINKELSTEIN to MR. L. CAPLAN, September 14th, 1942. CATHERINE GERNOS DAVIES to MR. K. J. MORDA-EVANS, June 24th, 1942. JEAN PAMELA HARRIS to LT. H. V. CRONYN, G.M., R.N.V.R., June 27th, 1942. KATHARINE MAY HARRIS to MR. II. A. CARTLEDGE, December 3oth, 1941. OLIVIA HARRIS to MR. CROCKER, 1942. JOAN WILLIAMSON HELPS tO MAJOR J. PHELIPS, E.A.A., S.C., December 12th,
1942. MARGARET ELIZABETH HOPE CAMPBELL to SENHOR P. T. BOAVISTA, 23rd, 1942.
EVELYN JAY-BROWNE tO MR. L. M. RIMANEK, May 23rd, 1942. AVRIL HAYMAN JOHNSON tO CPL. W. R. POWELL, R.A.F., July 7th, 1942. CONSTANCE IRENE KAHN tO MONSIEUR PAPINEAUX, 1942. EVELYN HESTER LA'BROOY tO MR. H. GEDDES, August 1941. JOSEPHINE LANE tO MR. STEPHEN JONES, November 1941. RITA LEDEBOER to MR. H. BROOKING CLARK, November 19th, 1942. DIANA LOUISE LINDSAY tO 2ND LT. P. R. SPENCER, December 17th, 1942. ALICE LOMAX to MR. W. G. BOUSTED, October 3ist, 1942. PAULINE MARGARET MADDEN to MR. E. SHAW, July 25th, 1942. MADELEINE GERTRUDE KEIR MOILLIET to the REV. D. JAMES, October 6th, 1942. PHYLLIS GWENDOLINE MOSS to MR. W. TRENEMAN, July 27th, 1942. ETHEL PORTSMORE tO MR. R. H. WRIGHT, July 4th, 1942. MAUD ELIZABETH PRICHARD tO MR. N. S. BOWN, February 1st, 1938. DINAH EITHNE AVIS RABY to LT. G. PEARSE, R.A., July loth, 1942. MARGARET SHEEHAN to MR. T. J. HOPWOOD, R.A., April tzth, 1942. ANNA SISSERMAN tO LT. S. J. BOSTOCK, December 8th, 1942. BRIDGET JOAN SPEDDING to MR. YAPP, 1940. VIVIEN PRISCILLA SWANN to 2ND LT. G. D. LEONARD, January znd, 1942. CECIL MARY UPTON tO MR. D. ALGIE, R.N.Z.N.V.R., 1942. MARGERY HELEN WACE tO MR. ORMOND WILSON, September 29th, 1940. ERICA ROSEMARY WYNNE (3RD OFFICER W.R.N.S.) to PAYMASTER LT.-COMMANDER H.D. BARRY, R.N.V.R., July 4th, 1942. EIRA WYNNE WILLIAMS to SQUADRON LEADER H. A. S. DISNEY, R.A.F.V.R., July it th,
JOAN MARGARET YEAXLEE tO 2ND LT. L. F. MULLETT,
February 6th, 1942.
:!][PA THS MRS. BLACK (C. M. Stradling)—a daughter, September 3rd, 1942. MRS. BOWN (M. E. Pritchard)—a son, 1938; a daughter, 1940. MRS. BURTON (N. Salinger)—a son, September 27th, 1942. MRS. CHAPUT (B. Watts)—a son, David, October 1st, 1942. MRS. DISSANAYAAKA (P. T. Dickman)—a daughter, July 1942. MRS. DOBSON (M. Stinton)—twin daughter and son, Jane and
Jeremy, October 16th, 1942. MRS. EVANS (P. Laurence)—a son, December 8th, 1942. MRS. FINN (W. Hesketh-Wright)--a daughter, May 8th, 1942. MRS. FREETH (R. M. Preston)—a daughter, May 26th, 1942. MRS. HARGROVE (P. Loveday)—a daughter, November 18th, 1942. MRS. HUSSEY (C. M. Hobhouse)—a son, Hugh Christopher, April znd, 1942. MRS. JAMES (M. E. Gibbons)—a son, Michael Eliot Leoline, December 29th, 1942. MRS. JONES (J. Lane)—a son, Denis Stephen, Sept. 19th, 1942. MRS. JOY (M. J. Bignall)—a son, Robert Anthony, March 1st, 1942. MRS. LENTON (M. I. Foster)—a son, John Herriot, September 18th, 1942. MRS. LEONARD (L. Leonard)—a daughter, October loth, 1942. MRS. LEWIS (M. Buick)—a daughter, June 24th, 1942. MRS. PEACEY (T. Hale)—a son, September 6th, 1942. MRS. PIERCY (R. H. Learoyd)—a son, Neil, May 1942. MRS. PIPER (M. Evans)—a daughter, January, 1942. 9
MRS. PUSEY (J. M. Sparks)—a son, December 3oth, 1942. MRS. PYEMONT (R. Johnson)—a daughter, September 26th, 1942. MRS. SHERWIN WHITE (M. Downes)—a son, Paul David, February
MRS. salms (H. Moss)—a daughter, Rhoda Caroline, October 16th, 1942. MRS. STRANOWAY (D. Stopford)—a daughter, December 9th, 1942. MRS. WADDAMS (M. Burgess)—a son, September 3oth, 1942. MRS. WILSON (M. Wace)—a daughter, Cecilia, February 5th, 1942. MRS. YAPP (B. J. Spedding)—a daughter, Nicolette Faith, June z6th, 1942.
PU LICATIONS `Morals and Manners of the Quattrocento.' Proceedings of the British Academy, vol. xxviii. Milford, 1942. Is. 6d. Cecilia M. Ady, M.A., D.Litt. Fourth Centenary Supplement to the Oxford Handbook of Religious Education. Oxford Diocesan Council of Education. 1942. is. By a number of contributors, including C. M. Ady, M.A., D.Litt., and B. M. Hamilton Thompson, B.Litt., M.A. `MS. Bodl. 292 and the Canon of Nicholas Trevet's Works.' Speculum, xvii. 2 (April, 1942), pp. 243-9. Ruth J. Dean, B.Litt. `Noble Canonesses of France.' Archaeological Journal, vol. xcviii. 1942, pp. 62-86. Joan Evans, D.Litt. Time and Chance. The Story of Arthur Evans and his Forebears. Longmans, 1943. 2IS. Joan Evans, D.Litt. `Chaucer.' Year's Work in English Studies, vol. xxi. D. Everett, M.A. `The Family—the Pivot.' Blackfriars, vol. xxiii, No. z66, May 1942. Renee Haynes. William Ellery Channing. Lindsey Press, 1942. is. Anne Holt. `William Ellery Channing.' Hibbert Journal. Oct. 1942. Anne Holt. `Seddon Letters. Part II.' Trans. Unitarian Historical Society, November, 1942. Anne Holt. Autumn Poems and Poems of Praise, 1942. R. Arbuthnot Lane. Technical articles in The British Journal of Ophthalmology, The Transactions of the Royal Society of Medicine, and The British Medical Journal. Ida Mann. African Discovery. Faber, 1942, 12s. 6d. Edited by Margery Perham, M.A., and J. Simmons. `The Colonial Empire.' Articles in The Times. March 13th and 14th, 1942 (reprinted under title The Colonies in pamphlet form, World Issue, No. 9, 3d.). Margery Perham. `America and the Empire.' Article in The Times, November zoth and 21st, 1942. Margery Perham. `Little Poland.' Article in The Catholic Herald. The Allied Press. Article in Free Europe. Various other articles, &c., in Canadian, English, and Polish periodicals. Sheila C. Pridmore, B.A. `Notes on the Education of the 14- to 18-year-olds.' New Era, January 1943. Marjorie E. Reeves, M.A. `The Boy at the Bear', 'Tom Moore sings at Bowood', and 'The Demon of Tidworth'. Radio plays broadcast in the Children's Hour and Home and Forces Programme, 1942-3. C. L. A. Richardson.
`A Donne Manuscript in St. Paul's Cathedral Library.' Philological Quarterly. April 1942. Evelyn M. Simpson, M.A., D.PhiL `jonson's Masques: A Rejoinder.' Review of English Studies. July 1942. E. M. Simpson. 4 Edgehill, 23 Oct. 1642.' Notes and Queries. October 24th, 1942. M. R. Toynbee, M.A. Eastern Europe after Hitler. Fabian Society: Research Series, No. 5o, 1942, is. Doreen Warriner, M.A.
APPOINTMENTS AND NEWS (Selected from many communications) E. M. ALLUM, B.A. Senior History Mistress, Varndean School, Brighton, 1942. M. A. BELLAMY, M.A. Women's Welfare Supervisor, Ruston Hornsby, Ltd. ;
J.P. for Borough of Grantham. (K. M. Harris), M.A. Part-time Lecturer in English, British Institute, Lisbon. A. CLARK, M.A. Aeronautical Inspection Directorate (Examiner). Ministry of Aircraft Production. September 1942. G. E. DAVIES, B.A. English and Divinity Mistress, Queen Margaret's School, Scarborough. September 1942. R. J. DEAN, D.PIIIL. First Vice-President, American Association of University Women, Massachusetts State Bureau. 5942-4. c. M. G. DUTHOIT, M.A. Field Assistant, Entomological Advisory Service, Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, Bristol University Research Station. A. H. GABAIN, B.A., Assistant French Mistress, St. Leonard's, St. Andrews, Fife. 5942. J. A. GAVED, B.A. Senior English Mistress, Devonport High School for Boys, Penzance. M. R. GLOVER, M.A. (Official Fellow of the College). Personal and Welfare Officer, Parnall's Aircraft. June 1942. D. H. F. GRAY, M.A. (Official Fellow of the College). Promoted Assistant Secretary, Board of Trade, April 1942; transferred to Ministry of Production, October 1942. A. M. GRUTTER, M.A. Staff Officer for A.T.S. education, Scottish Command. 5 942. K. E. HARDY, B.A. History Lecturer and Librarian, Derby Diocesan Training College. January 1943. B. J. HARRIS, B.C.L., M.A. Appointment in the Parliamentary Counsel Office. G. M. K. HILL. Personal Private Secretary to the Lord Privy Seal. 1942. M. KEENS, M.A. Supervisor, Chesterton Youth Centre. 1942. P. LLEWELLYN SMITH, B.A. Private Secretary to the Air Ministry (one of four, and the only woman). F. M. E. MACDONALD, B.A. Commission in W.A.A.F. 1941 ; Promoted to S/O, June 1942; Sent to H.Q. (Intelligence) Cairo, 1942. M. MACDONALD, B.LITT., M.A. Is filling an appointment on the General Staff (Operations) Scottish Command, with the nominal title of Staff Secretary to Brigadier-General Staff, Scottish Command. LADY MOBERLY (G. Gardner), M.A. Member of Council of St. Hugh's College MRS. CARTLEDGE
and of Westfield College ; Chairman, Bishop Creighton House Settlement; Governor of Huyton College, Liverpool, and of Godolphin and Latymer School, Hammersmith. MRS. MOIGNARD (J. P. Dawson), B.M. House Surgeon, Leeds Maternity Hospital. October 1942. G. M. MURRAY, B.A. Assistant Classics Mistress, Howell's School, Denbigh. September 1942. G. MUSTO, B.A. History Mistress, Atherly School of Southampton (now at Winchester). 1942. M. F. PERHAM, M.A. Appointed to Council of Royal Institute of International Affairs. November 1942. MRS. RAHMAN (E. Castledine) was one of the deputation led by Mrs. Tate, M.P., which waited on Mr. Attlee to forward the claims of women civilians, injured in war, for equal compensation with men. M. E. REEVES, M.A. Fellow of the Royal Historical Society; co-opted member of the British Council of the Churches. M. F. RICHARDSON, B.M., B.CH. Curator of Museum, Nuffield Laboratory, Oxford Eye Hospital; Demonstrator in Anatomy, Department of Anatomy, University of Oxford. S. ROGERS, B.A. History Mistress, Penarth County School. Glamorgan. 1942. MRS. SALMON (M. E. Barrett), B.M. House physician, Dulwich Hospital, 1941-2; Clinical Assistant, Fulham Hospital, August 1942. M. J. SARGEAUNT, B.LITT., M.A. Member of the S.E. Scotland Local Tribunal, set up under provision of Section 5 of the National Service (Armed Forces) Act, 1939. G. M. S. SIMEY, B.A. Sociological Advisor, S.E. Command, A.T.S. 1942. H. M. THOMSON, M.A. Headmistress, Lord Digby's School, Sherborne, Dorset. G. M. WILLING, B.LITT. Inspector of Government Girls' Schools, Palestine. January 1943. MRS. ORMOND WILSON (M. H. Wace), B.A., was awarded the O.B.E., New Year's Honours, 1942, for service as Empire Talks Director, B.B.C. J. C. WINNINGTON INGRAM, B.A. Estate Manager, Golborne Estate of the Improved Tenants Association, Ltd., Kensington. May 1942. R. D. WISE, B.A. Assistant Classics Mistress, Alice Ottley School, Worcester. January 1943. STOP PRESS. Hilary Term, 1943. Women's University matches: Hockey, Oxford beat Cambridge 12—o ; Lacrosse, Oxford beat Cambridge 8-2 ; Squash, Oxford beat Cambridge 5—o.
BOMBED LIBRARIES The British Federation of University Women is collecting books and periodicals to be distributed to bombed university and school libraries after the war. If anyone has anything suitable, will she please communicate with the B.F.U.W., 16 King St., Reading. PRINTED IN GREAT BRITAIN AT THE UNIVERSITY PRESS, OXFORD BY JOHN JOHNSON, PRINTER TO THE UNIVERSITY