St Hugh's College, Oxford - Chronicle 1965-1966

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ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE

CHRONICLE 1965-1966 Number 38

ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS



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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 ERNEST CASSEL HILDA MARY VIRTUE-TEBBS ISOBEL STEWART TOD ASPIN LOTTIE RHONA ARBUTHNOT-LANE CECILIA MARY ADY CATHERINE FULFORD WILLIAM, VISCOUNT NUFFIELD



ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS

Chairman THE PRINCIPAL

Hon. Secretary, 1965-6 MISS M. JACOBS, B.LITT., M.A. Editor of the Chronicle, 1964-6 MISS E. LEMON, M.A. 17 Rawlinson Road, Oxford


CONTENTS OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION. VISITOR, PRINCIPAL, FELLOWS, HON. FELLOWS, ETC. REPORT OF THE FORTIETH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS

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THE PRINCIPAL'S REPORT

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GIFTS AND BENEFACTIONS

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DEGREES

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NEW CONSTITUTION GAUDY 1966

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UNIVERSITY PRIZES, POSTGRADUATE AWARDS, ETC.

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COLLEGE AWARDS .

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HONOUR EXAMINATIONS.

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MATRICULATIONS .

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RESEARCH STUDENTS

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THE JUNIOR COMMON ROOM

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GAMES REPORT

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OBITUARY .

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MARRIAGES .

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BIRTHS

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PUBLICATIONS

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NEWS AND APPOINTMENTS ADDRESSES REQUIRED .

The attention of members is drawn to: T. The coloured folder attached to this number. 2. The list of Members of the College for whom the College has no address at present. 3. The arrangement that all members of the College should notify the Hon. Secretary of the Association of any change of address.


Visitor THE MOST REVD. AND RIGHT HON. ARTHUR MICHAEL RAMSEY, HON. D.C.L. THE LORD ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY

Principal KATHLEEN MARY KENYON, C.B.E., M.A., D.LITT. (D.LIT. LOND.), F.B.A., F.S.A.

Fellows AGNES HEADLAM-MORLEY, B.LITT., M.A.,

Professorial Fellow, Montague Burton

Professor of International Relations. ab ep. Inst. Arch. Germ., Official Fellow, Tutor in Classics, University Lecturer in Homeric Archaeology. MADGE GERTRUDE ADAM, M.A., D.PHIL., Research Fellow, University Demonstrator in Astronomy. IDA WINIFRED BUSBRIDGE, M.A., D.PHIL., D.SC. (M.SC. LOND.), Official Fellow, Tutor in Mathematics, University Lecturer. BETTY KEMP, M.A., Nuffield College Fellow, Tutor in History, University Lecturer.

DOROTHEA HELEN FORBES GRAY, O.B.E., M.A., F.S.A., Soc.

HON. HONOR MILDRED VIVIAN SMITH, O.B.E., M.A., F.R.C.P. (D.SC., M.D. LOND.),

Research Fellow. Official Fellow, Tutor in English Language, University Lecturer in Medieval English. AGNES PRISCILLA WELLS, M.A., Official Fellow, Treasurer. HELEN MARY WARNOCK (MRS.), B.PHIL., M.A., Official Fellow, Tutor in Philosophy, University Lecturer, Estates Bursar. SUSAN MERIEL WOOD (MRS.), B.LITT., M.A., Official Fellow, Tutor in Medieval History, University Lecturer. MARJORIE MARY SWEETING, M.A. (M.A., PH.D. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Tutor in Geography, University Lecturer. MABEL RACHEL TRICKETT, M.A., Official Fellow, Tutor in English Literature, University Lecturer. MARGARET JACOBS, B.LITT., M.A., Official Fellow, Tutor and Cassel Lecturer in German, University Lecturer. BETTY ISABELLE BLEANEY (MRS.), M.A., Official Fellow and Tutor in Natural Science (Physics). VERA JOYCE DANIEL, M.A. (PH.D. LOND.), Official Fellow, Tutor in French, University Lecturer. JOYCELYNE GLEDHILL DICKINSON, M.A., D.PHIL., Official Fellow, Librarian, Lecturer in Modern History. MARY RANDLE LUNT, M.A., D.PHIL., Official Fellow, Tutor in Natural Science (Biochemistry), University Lecturer in Biochemistry. THEODORA CONSTANCE COOPER, M.A. (M.A. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Tutor in Economics, University Lecturer. EVA MYRTLE MAJOR, M.A., Official Fellow, Bursar. RACHEL FRANCES WALL, M.A. (M.A. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Lecturer in Politics, University Lecturer. PAMELA OLIVE ELIZABETH GRADON, M.A. (PH.D. LOND.),

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Honorary Fellows JOAN EVANS, D.LITT.; D.LIT. (LOND.), HON. D.LITT. (CANTAB.), HON. LL.D. (EDIN.), (CHEV. DE LA LEGION D'HONNEUR). BARBARA ELIZABETH GWYER, M.A. IDA CAROLINE MANN, C.B.E., M.A., F.R.C.S., D.SC. (LOND.). MARY ETHEL SEATON, M.A., D.LITT., F.R.S.L., M.A. (LOND.). MARY LUCY CARTWRIGHT, M.A., D.PHIL., F.R.S., M.A., D.SC. (CANTAB.), HON. LL.D. (EDIN.), HON. D.SC. (LEEDS AND HULL). DAME MARGERY FREDA PERHAM, D.C.M.G., C.B.E., M.A., F.B.A., HON. LL.D. (ST. ANDREWS), HON. D.LITT. (SOUTHAMPTON). EVELYN EMMA STEFANOS PROCTER, M.A. (CHEV. DE LA LEGION D'HONNEUR). DAME PEGGY ASHCROFT, D.B.E., HON. D.LITT. DOROTHY STUART RUSSELL (Professor Emeritus), M.A., M.D. (LOND.), SC.D. (CANTAB.), HON. LL.D. (GLASGOW), HON. D.SC. (MCGILL), F.R.C.P. (LOND.).

Emeritus Fellows GERTRUDE THORNEYCROFT, M.A. ELIZABETH ANNIE FRANCIS, M.A. OLGA DELFINA BICKLEY, M.A.

Leverhulme Research Fellow GILLIAN ANNE MURRAY, D.PHIL. (B.SC. MANCHESTER)

Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research Fellow LILLIAN MARGARET RUFF (B.MUS., M.A., PH.D. NOTTINGHAM)

Joanna Randall-Maclver Junior Research Fellow DOREEN CORMACK INNES (M.A. ABERDEEN)

Lecturers MONIQUE LAURENCE THERESE BARBER (MRS.), M.A.,

Lecturer in French. Lecturer in English Lan-

AVRIL GILCHRIST BRUTEN, M.A. (B.A. BIRMINGHAM),

guage and Medieval Literature. Lecturer in Zoology. Lecturer in Jurisprudence. MARY LUNN (MRS.), B.A., Shell Lecturer in Mathematics. HILARY FRANCES BROWN (MRS.), D.PHIL., Lecturer in Physiology.

STELLA ANN CROSSLEY (Mrs.), M.A.,

ELIZABETH HELEN MERVYN THORNEYCROFT, M.A.,

Deputy Bursar

College Matron

YOLANDE RIDDELSDELL

EVELYN FOX

Chaplain

Principal's Secretary

THE REVD. J. E. RALPHS, M.A.

G. A. EASTERBROOK

Treasurer's Clerk MISS P. SMITH


ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS rr HE fortieth Annual Meeting of the Association of Senior Members was 1 held in the Mordan Hall on Saturday, 26 June 1965, at 3 p.m., the Principal in the Chair. Twenty-two members were present. The Principal called on the meeting to stand in memory of five members who had died during the year; and of two members who had died since 1961. In her news of the S.C.R. the Principal reported that three new lecturers had taken up their posts in the autumn : Miss R. Wall, Miss A. Bruten, and Miss E. Hilton. Miss Wall had been elected to a Probationary Fellowship as from October 1965. Miss Hilton was leaving to get married. Mrs. Waley had resigned. Mrs. M. Lunn (a graduate of St. Hilda's College) had been appointed Shell Lecturer in Mathematics in place of Miss Hilton. Mrs. Wood had had leave of absence in the Hilary Term. Miss Duthie, our caterer, was leaving at the end of the Trinity Term. The topping-off ceremony had taken place in the previous week for Stage I of the new building. It would be ready for occupation by Hilary Term 1966. The Principal referred to the generous response of Senior Members to her letter requesting rooms for undergraduates during the Michaelmas Term. The Principal reported on the Appeal. By 31 May ÂŁ65,081 16s. 9d. had been received in gifts and covenants. For Stage II of the new building a Wolfson grant of ÂŁioo,000 had been received. Nos. 2, 3, and 4 St. Margaret's Road would be demolished to make way for Stage II. A new Buttery was being built to accommodate the increased numbers for meals, and a professional caterer would be employed for a limited period to take over the running of the buttery and the College catering in general. No. 13 Canterbury Road was now being used for teaching rooms and to house graduates. The perimeter wall system was working well. Foremost among College occasions had been the first Henry Rowlatt Bickley Memorial Lecture given by Sir Kenneth Clark on 3 June 1965. There had been a dinner for Honorary Fellows on 18 June which had been attended also by the Emeritus Fellows. Miss Jacobs was re-elected Secretary for one year from 1965-6. The Committee on the Constitution of the Association had met and a draft Constitution was discussed by the meeting. The Principal stated that the whole Constitution would be adopted by the Governing Body as a By-law before the next Annual General Meeting in 1966. In 1966 the Constitution would be presented to the Association and the officers and committee would be elected. It was suggested that the next Chronicle should enclose a slip asking members to state whether they wish to go on receiving the Register of Addresses and whether, if necessary, they would be prepared to order and pay for it. Miss Hartnoll's suggestion that there should be a special celebration in 1966 of the entry into the first collegiate building in January 1916 was passed on to the meeting and was generally approved. Suggestions about the type of celebration were to be sent to the Secretary.

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NEW CONSTITUTION NEW Constitution for the Association of Senior Members has been adopted by the Governing Body of the College as a By-law. It will be presented to the Association at the Annual General Meeting on a July 1966. Will anyone who wishes to have a copy before the meeting please apply to the Secretary (M. Jacobs, St. Hugh's College).

GAUDY, 1966

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HE St. Hugh's College Gaudy will be held from Friday, i July, until Monday, 4 July 1966. The Gaudy Dinner will take place on Saturday, 2 July, at 7.3o p.m. Dinner on Friday night will be informal. Invitation slips are enclosed with the Chronicle.

THE PRINCIPAL'S REPORT

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ICHAELMAS Term 1965 was full of activity as the New Building, begun in August 1964, approached completion. It is true that the climax of entry into occupation came only in January 1966, but Senior Members will not wish to wait for this to be included in the record until next year's Chronicle. The completion of the building had been delayed in the first place by shortage of bricks, which is ironic in retrospect when one reads now of brickmakers' yards filled to bursting with unwanted production. Subsequently there was a hold-up from delays in fittings such as windows. As a result, a decision had to be taken in Trinity Term that twenty-three undergraduates would have to be found temporary accommodation for a period in Michaelmas Term that eventually grew to include the whole term. This would have posed a horrible problem had not Senior Members in Oxford rallied most nobly to the help of the College and offered all the accommodation that was required; to all of them the College is exceedingly grateful. The College is also very grateful to the undergraduates concerned, for some of the accommodation was far from the College, and many of the rooms were sparerooms not equipped as bed-sitting rooms. But in every case the undergraduates felt that the kindness of their hosts made up for any inconvenience. Moreover, when they at last moved in to their new rooms, the undergraduates felt that they were well worth waiting for. The actual move came only at 9.15 p.m. on the Friday of the beginning of term. When the Bursar's office opened at that hour for the issue of keys, a wave of enormous activity began as the new owners, helped by a large band of male friends, moved in with all their possessions. The atmosphere of enthusiasm as they inspected their rooms and the fittings is something that I wish I could convey adequately to all Senior Members who have contributed so generously to make this building possible. It must also have been some recompense to the Bursar and her staff who had given up most of their Christmas vacation in a strenuous and successful effort to prepare for use a building of which only the first parts became ready in the middle of December, and in which work is still going on, for instance in the Tutors' Sets and the Common Room. At this point it might be of interest to interpose an extract from the Chronicle of 1916 dealing with Main Building, the first building on the present site : 8


`It was hoped at the end of Trinity Term 1915 that the new building would be ready for occupation in October. Of the four houses then occupied by St. Hugh's College, the furnished house at 18 Bradmore Road was given up, and the house at 17 Norham Gardens sold, while the College furniture was stored for the time in z8 Norham Gardens and 13 Fyfield Road. In September 1915, as only a small portion of the College buildings was likely to be ready for occupation in October, the Building Committee recommended that Wycliffe Hall should be rented for Michaelmas Term and that 28 Norham Gardens should also be used for students . . . .' When the building was occupied in Hilary Term 'the Chapel and Library, entrance hall and staircase . . . were still unfinished'. The trials of occupying a new building do not seem to have changed much in fifty years. Stage I in the expansion of the College is thus virtually complete, and we are now plunging straight into Stage II. In March 1965, the College was notified that the Wolfson Foundation had made a grant of k oo,000 for the construction of a Wolfson Building. The College acknowledges this munificent benefaction with the greatest gratitude. The grant is being paid in five instalments of ÂŁ2.o,000. The Governing Body had therefore to decide whether to wait until the greater part of the benefaction had been received, or to start building immediately on the completion of Stage I. The decision was not an easy one. On the one hand, economies would be effected by negotiating a contract on the basis of that for Stage I with the existing contractors, with whom good relations had been established, and in the elimination of a good deal of site preparation, and it would also be possible to retain the excellent Clerk of Works. Moreover, costs of building would undoubtedly continue to rise. On the other hand, payments for the building would in due course anticipate the instalments of the grant, and interest would have to be paid on loans for a period. On the whole, though an immediate start might add a little to the cost, the balance of advantage for delay on financial grounds did not seem to be very great, and on other grounds the advantages of going straight ahead seemed considerable, and this it was decided to do. Mr. David Roberts was therefore asked to prepare plans immediately for the Wolfson Building, in which, as had already been agreed in principle, Nos. 2, 3, and 4 St. Margaret's Road would be demolished. Mr. Roberts' plan creates a comparatively low, three-storey building, linked with the Library block at one end, and curving across the Stage I building almost to join 82 Woodstock Road. The building will provide forty-four undergraduate rooms, two Fellows' Sets, and one Lecturer's Set. It is designed on a staircase system, and all the rooms will face on to the garden. There will be a main entrance on the axis of the Stage I building, and where to the east of that the building curves back to the south there will be garages and bicycle sheds between it and the road. The present hope is that the building will be ready for use in Michaelmas Term 1967. A further addition has been made to the College in the construction of the Buttery, a one-storey building in the angle between the front door and the kitchen wing. This was necessary since the seating capacity of the Hall was inadequate for the increased numbers of the College. The Buttery provides snack meals at midday and in the evening except on Sundays, and in the evening on those days in which Hall is informal. This new facility has proved to be extremely popular. 9


The main formal occasion of the year was the first Bickley Memorial Lecture on 3 June 1965. The lectures have been endowed by Professor Olga Bickley, Emeritus Fellow of the College, in memory of her father, Henry Rowlatt Bickley. The lectures are to be given biennially on some aspect of Italian Studies. The first lecture was given in the Mordan Hall by Sir Kenneth Clark on 'A failure of nerve. Italian Painting 152o-1535', in the presence of a large audience, including the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Dr. L. S. Sutherland. It was followed by a dinner in Hall. Another pleasant occasion was a dinner for the Honorary Fellows of the College, at which Miss B. E. Gwyer, Dr. Mary Cartwright, Dame Margery Perham, Miss E. E. S. Procter, and Dame Peggy Ashcroft were guests. Three Emeritus Fellows, Professor Olga Bickley, Miss E. A. Francis, and Miss G. Thorneycroft were also present. On 29 September 1965, a very successful sherry party for Senior Members was held at Queen Elizabeth College, by kind permission of the Principal (Miss M. J. Sargeaunt). There have been a number of changes in the academic staff. Miss E. Hilton, Shell Lecturer in Mathematics, and Mrs. Waley, Lecturer in Spanish, resigned at the end of Trinity Term. Miss Rachel Wall, Lecturer in Politics, was elected to a Probationary Fellowship as from Michaelmas Term 1965. Mrs. Lunn was appointed as Shell Lecturer in Mathematics and Mr. Brian Loar Lecturer in Philosophy from the same date. The College has this year two additional stipendiary Research Fellowships: a Leverhulme, endowed for five years by the Leverhulme Trust, and a Joanna Randall-Maclver, which is awarded annually in rotation by the five Women's Colleges. Miss Gillian Murray, D.Phil., B.Sc. (Manchester), was elected to the former, and Miss Doreen Innes, Scholar of Somerville, M.A. (Aberdeen), to the latter. In Michaelmas Term 1965, Miss Lunt returned from a year's sabbatical leave, spent as a post-doctoral research fellow at the California Institute of Technology. Professor Headlam-Morley, Professorial Fellow, was absent on sabbatical leave in Trinity Term 1965 and Mrs. Wood in Hilary Term 1965. Miss Cooper was given leave for part-time absence in Michaelmas Term 1965 to work as a temporary Economic Consultant in the Cabinet Office. Two outstanding honours have been conferred on Senior Members of the College. In the Birthday Honours List 1965, Miss M. F. Perham, Honorary Fellow of the College, was created D.C.M.G. for services to the development of new countries in Africa, and in the New Year Honours List 1966, Mrs. Abbot, Third Secretary at the Treasury, was created D.B.E. Miss 0. D. Bickley, Emeritus Fellow of the College and Emeritus Professor of the University of Toronto, was appointed to a Special Lecturership in the Department of Italian at Toronto. Dr. Honor Smith, Research Fellow of the College, was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and Miss Gray (Official Fellow of the College) was elected Corresponding Member of the German Institute of Archaeology. A number of Senior Members have been appointed to academic posts. Mrs. Zuckermann (J P Leedham) has been appointed Assistant Professor in English at Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Virginia. Mrs. Mays (M. Koenig) has been appointed to an Instructorship in English Literature at the University of Toronto. Miss A. K. Henry has been appointed Assistant Lecturer in English at Queen Mary College, London. Miss G. Dickenson has I0


been appointed Lecturer in Mathematics at Lady Margaret Hall. Miss S. Jameson has been appointed Assistant Lecturer in Classics at Royal Holloway College, London. Miss W. R. James has been appointed Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Khartoum, with field research in the Sudan as part of her duties. Miss A. Redmayne has held a research and travel grant of the British Institute of History and Archaeology in East Africa for research. In Trinity Term 1965, two Schoolmistress Students were resident, Mrs. Guthrie of Passmores Comprehensive School, Harlow, and Miss F. Macfarlane of Trinity School, South East London. In Michaelmas Term 1965, the College had the pleasure of welcoming as an associate member of the S.C.R. Professor Mary White of Trinity College, Toronto, a graduate of the College, who spent part of the term at Oxford as holder of a British Commonwealth Fellowship. The numbers of those reading for first degrees had by Michaelmas Term increased to 252, of whom 238 were undergraduates coming straight from school, and fourteen were of mature years or qualified for Senior Status. The number of candidates for higher degrees and diplomas also showed a marked increase. Of the thirty-three in residence reading for higher degrees, fourteen are graduates of the College, and nineteen graduates of other universities: thirteen being candidates for a B.Litt, one for a B.Phil., four for a B.Sc., two for Chemistry Part II, and twelve for a D.Phil. Ten graduates of the College are taking Diplomas and twelve graduates of other universities. In the Final Honours Schools of 1965, the following gained First Classes: J. E. Grant in Mathematics, R. E. Harvey in French, C. M. Littlewood in Mathematics, and M. T. Paterson in Physics. Forty-five candidates were placed in the Second Class, fourteen in the Third Class and one in the Fourth. In Mathematical Honour Moderations, P. P. A. Skellern was placed in the First Class. K. M. K.

GIFTS AND BENEFACTIONS FROM : Mr. and Mrs. Adler, tantalus and three cut-glass decanters. Miss R. Barbour, pen set.

DEGREES, 1965 D.Phil. D. E. Ashhurst, P. K. R. Chan, Mrs. Harley (A. M. Lever). B.Litt. P. J. Cook, A. le Vin, Mrs. Mays (M. F. Koenig). B.M. E. A. Herbert.

M.A. J. M. Albery, Mrs. Authers (J. E. Tucker), Mrs. Barnes (A. Mason), R. M. Bennett, Mrs. Betts (A. Blyton), Mrs. Borthwick (R. J. Haswell), Mrs. Brock (S. M. Abercromby), Mrs. Brown (J. Buddicom); J. C. Browne, J. M. Carruthers, Mrs. Cavendish (J. M. Hay), P. J. Cook, B. M. G. Corley, Mrs. Davies (B. R. Hamilton), Mrs. Dickinson (A. R. C. Clarke), M. P. Ellis, Mrs. Elton (S. M. Mandelkorn), S. R. Fellows, Mrs. Franklin (J. F. Leslie), S. A. Greeves, M. Holley, Mrs. Kankalil (M. S. Mathai), A. le Vin, Mrs. Lewis (J. Rainbow), S. E. Lindup, A. W. II


Mitchell, R. M. Mockridge, F. Murdin, Mrs. Pestieau (C. A. Reynolds), A. D. K. Peters, Mrs. Pinnington (M. H. Sedgemore), J. A. Read, A. C. Rosenberg, D. E. A. Schuftan, Sister Eileen (E. A. Facon), Mrs. Sullivan (S. M. Madgen), Mrs. Thomas (J. P. H. Beattie), Mrs. Tugman (J. M. A. van Heijst), Mrs. Warr (P. Crisp), Mrs. White (I. C. Moberly), Mrs. Williams (J. C. Hobson), Mrs. Williams (M. J. Hackney), M. A. Wooding, Mrs. Young (J. E. Hood). B.A. by Incorporation. Mrs. M. C. Finnis. B.A. R. Atkinson, G. R. Baker, H. Batty, C. V. L. Bayley, Mrs. Betts (V. A. Spence), E. A. Bourke, J. B. Boyce, V. J. Brasier, Mrs. Brody (R. E. Kirkis), R. M. Cooper, L. Copeland, M. J. Davies, E. M. Davis, Mrs. Deighton (K. R. Blundell-Jones), E. M. Dobbs, C. Dolan, W. A. Dorward, A. S. Duff, L. S. 0. Dutt, M. I. Evans, F. R. Filson, J. L. Flint, S. J. Galley, S. M. P. Gero, Mrs. Goodwin (J. A. G. Jones), J. E. Grant, Mrs. Gunasinghe (J. C. Kennedy), Mrs. Hart (M. A. Powell), R. E. Harvey, Mrs. Heap (W. M. Owen), Mrs. Jaine (S. F. Fisher), Mrs. Kinsley (A. S. Robinson), G. M. Lawrence, C. A. Lea, C. M. Littlewood, J. E. Lucking, H. A. McIntyre, K. M. McPhail, S. Maries, A. M. Marshall, A. V. Menkes, Mrs. Monk (J. A. Searle), S. Morris, N. Mukerji, M. T. Paterson, V. M. Patten, J. S. Pinder, P. A. Powley, J. M. Rickett, Mrs. Ridsdill Smith (C. S. M. Ward), Mrs. Rudalcvige (S. R. Harris), E. A. Senior, H. C. Sharp, M. V. Smith, M. J. Taylor, P. F. Taylor, Mrs. Thornley (H. Pugmire), Mrs. Tugman (J. M. A. van Heijst), H. L. Turner, E. Uttenthal, J. M. A. West, G. M. Wickson, M. A. Wilson, L. J. Wood. University Scholarships and Prizes Second Craven Scholarship: J. E. Annas. A Burdett-Coutts Prize: A. M. Marshall. University Bursary Countess of Warwick Travelling Bursary: I. J. Bingham. Post-Graduate Awards State Studentships: C. A. Barlow; H. Turner; M. A. Wigmore ; I. V. Woodford. S.R.C. Grants: M. A. Ashworth; A. M. Marshall; S. Morris; M. T. Paterson; Mrs. Catlow (J. E. Grant) (held at Southampton). College Awards and Prizes Moberly Senior Scholarships: A. M. Marshall; S. Morris. Elizabeth Wordsworth Essay Prize: P. C. Midgley. Hilary Haworth Prize: F. M. Beswick. Hurry Prize: M. T. Paterson. Special College Prizes: Mrs. Catlow (J. E. Grant); R. E. Harvey; C. M. Littlewood. Other Prizes Hachette Prize for an Essay in French: J. Hall. I2


HONOUR EXAMINATIONS, 1965 Literae Humaniores

Class III: E. A. S. Hannay, S. R. Raison. Mathematics

Class I: J. E. Grant, C. M. Littlewood. Class II: A. S. Duff, S. J. Galley, J. A. G. Jones, J. A. Searle. Class III: M. V. Smith. Natural Science

Physics. Class I: M. T. Paterson. Physics. Class II: V. J. Brasier. Animal Physiology. Class II: E. M. Davis, J. E. Lucking. Geology. Class II: A. M. Marshall. Chemistry. Part I: C. A. Lea, H. Sharp. Chemistry. Part II: Class II: P. J. Hedley. Zoology. Class II: S. Morris. Zoology. Class III: H. A. McIntyre, S. Means. Zoology. Class IV: J. F. Piachaud. Modern History

Class II: J. C. Abbott, J. A. Castle, R. M. Cooper, M. J. Davies, K. Legge, N. Mukerji, A. F. Sutton, C. N. Tod. Class III: (Mrs.) V. A. Brandt, D. Purl. English Language and Literature

Class II: J. L. Flint, G. Herbert-Jones, B. O'Toole, H. Pugmire, M. C. Robson, V. F. D. Saville, J. Trollope, M. J. Turrall. Class III: R. M. Wilson. Modern Languages

Class I: R. E. Harvey. Class II: E. M. Brewis, M. Coffey, K. M. McPhail, A. V. Menkes, J. S. Pinder, J. E. Purbrick, E. Uttenthal. Class III: S. M. P. Gero. P.P.E.

Class II : C. V. L. Bayley, L. Copeland, M. Sandey, J. Stevenson, C. E. J. Ungerson, G. M. Wickson. Class III: E. A. Bourke, F. R. Filson. Geography

Class II: H. Batty, P. F. Taylor. Class III: E. M. Allan, M. I. Evans. Music

Class II: J. B. Boyce. Theology

Class II: S. R. Harris, A. E. Henderson, M. M. Seager. 13


Jurisprudence

Class HI: K. R. Blundell-Jones. Classical Honour Moderations

Class II: H. P. Munns, L. F. Tweedle, M. F. White. Class III: J. M. P. Dodd. Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering Science: Honour Moderations

Class III: A. B. Spears. L. M. Jenking. Mathematics: Honour Moderations

Class I: P. P. Skellern. Class II: J. E. Brown, C. D. Field, J. J. Heilpern, D. A. Hoare, L. M. Knipe, M. J. Morley. Class III: F. E. Bartlett, S. M. Stephens. Diplomas Diploma in Ethnology: A. H. Higson. Diploma in Slavonic Studies: C. A. Barlow, J. Malley.

MATRICULATIONS, 1965 Scholars: LEBON, VALERIE CHARLOTTE

(Jubilee Scholar) (English), Wycombe Abbey

School, High Wycombe. FAIRMAN, DEBORAH JOY

(Nuffield Scholar) (Biochemistry), High School for

Girls, Clifton, Bristol. BENNETT, MARGARET NORAH

(Old Student's Scholar) (Mathematics), Central

Newcastle High School. (Gamble Scholar) (Theology), Parliament Hill

BRITTON, VALERIE RUTH

School, London. COLTER, LYNDA VERONICA

(Clara Evelyn Mordan Scholar) (Mathematics),

Croydon High School. STRATTON, ANGELA IRENE

(Hodgson Scholar) (English), Kidbrooke School,

London. SWAN, PAMELA KATHLEEN MARY

(Ethel Seaton Scholar) (History), The High

School, Truro. SECOMBE, CHRISTINE

(Monmouth Scholar) (English), Monmouth School for

Girls. Exhibitioners: BALMER, JENNIFER VALERIE

(Gamble Exhibitioner) (Modern Languages),

Blackheath High School. BEDDOWS, KATHLEEN JANE

(Gamble Exhibitioner) (History), Wyggeston Girls'

School, Leicester. DOBBS, BEVERLEY ANNE

(Gamble Exhibitioner) (Modern Languages), Gram-

mar School for Girls, Tunbridge Wells. 14


EDMONDS, JANE ELEANORA

(College Exhibitioner) (Classics), Brighton and

Hove High School. GREEVES, LYDIA MARGARET

(Old Students' Exhibitioner) (Geography),

Headington School, Oxford. HOLE, HILARYANNE

(Ethel Seaton Exhibitioner) (Modern Languages),

County Grammar School for Girls, Lewes. HOWETT, MARY

(Hodgson Exhibitioner) (English), Mundella Grammar

School, Nottingham. KITT, ANNE

(Gamble Exhibitioner) (Mathematics), The High School for

Girls, Crediton. MORRIS, IRIS ANNE

(Gamble Exhibitioner) (Classics), King Edward VI High

School for Girls, Birmingham. MORRIS, JACQUELINE

(Nuffield Exhibitioner) (Zoology), The Woodhouse

Grammar School, Finchley. (Gamble Exhibitioner) (History), Wimbledon High

SPARKS, MARGARET MARY

School. Commoners: ADAMS, DAFFODIL JANE FLORENCE (Geography), Roedean School, Brighton. ALVI, SHANNAZ (Oriental Studies), Oxford College of Technology. ASHWORTH, MARGARET HILARY (Diploma in Advanced Mathematics), Durham

University. BAILEY, ROSEMARY ANNE

(Mathematics), Dr. Challoner's High School, Little

Chalfont, Amersham. BARBER, WENDY MARILYN (English), Watford Grammar School for Girls. BASTIE, CELIA EDITH (Medicine), Sutton High School for Girls. BENNETT, SUSAN MARY (P.P.P.), Warren School, Worthing. BROCKINGTON, ANN MARGARET (Modern Languages), Oxford High School

for

Girls. BROWN, ANTHEA LORRAINNE

(History), Lansdowne House School, Edin-

burgh. CATION, JANE MARIE

(Modern Languages), Notre Dame High School,

Norwich. CHANDA, MALAVIKA (P.P.E.), Lady Shri-ram College, New Delhi. CHESNUT, ROBERTA COWAN, MRS. (Oriental Languages), Southern Methodist

University, Texas. CLARK, VICTORIA CATHERINE

(Classics), Dr. Challoner's Grammar School,

Amersham. COBB, MARY BLANCHE (Mathematics), Woodford County High School. COOK, OLWEN (Modern Languages), Malet Lambert High School, Hull. COTTON, ELISABETH ANN (English), Reigate County School for Girls. COWEN, MERIEL JESSICA (jurisprudence), St. Mary's School, Wantage. CREW, JANE SANDRA (P.P.E.), Heriot's Wood County Girls' Grammar

School, Stanmore. DALLYN, CLARE REBECCA MEYNELL (Geography), Horsham High School. DAVIES, MARY ELIZABETH (Chemistry), The Grammar School, Harrogate. DICKIE, MARY AGNES (History), Hertfordshire and Essex High School. EDWARDS, CAROL ANN (Classics), Thistley Hough School for Girls, Stoke-

on-Trent. ESSERY, PATRICIA MURIEL

(P.P.E.),

St. Leopards,

St. Andrews. 15


EYLES, HELEN MARGARET (Geography), Clifton High School, Bristol. FLASH, LESLEY JENNIFER DELPHINE (English), Clifton High School, Bristol. FISH, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH SCOTT (Diploma in Classical Archaeology), Brent-

wood County High School and Bristol University. Languages), Barr's Hill Grammar School, Coventry. GILLESPIE, MARION HAMILTON (English), Central Newcastle High School. GLAVIS, WENDY JANE (English), William Smith College, Pennsylvania. GLOVER, CATHERINE ELIZABETH (History), Monmouth School for Girls. GRAY, MARION TESSA (Medicine), Woking County Grammar School. GREENSLADE, PATRICIA KATHRYN (Mathematics), City of Cardiff High School for Girls. GRIFFITHS, NON ELISABETH (P.P.E.), Glanmer Secondary School for Girls, Swansea. HALL, CAROLYN OLIVE (Geography), Gainsborough Girls' High School. HARGREAVES, MARIELLA CLAIRE (Oriental Languages), Wallington County Grammar School. HARVEY, CAROLINE FRANCES (Classics), School of St. Clare, Penzance. HEZELGRAVE, MAUREEN EVELYN (Diploma in Education), St. Mary's College, Leeds and London University.

FRASER, SHEILA KENNEDY (Modern

(Diploma in Social and Administrative Studies), Darlington Girls' High School and Manchester University. JAMESON, ANGELA SUSAN (Diploma in Social Anthropology), Colchester High IONS, GILLIAN ELIZABETH BARFF

School and London University.

(B.Litt. Social Anthropology), Dartford Grammar School and University College, London. JONES, GERALDINE (English), Calder High School, Liverpool. KEITH, MARGARET ANN (Mathematics), The Mount School, York. KENYON, CHRISTINE (English), Bury Grammar School, Lancashire. KUTTNER, FRANCES PATRICIA (P.P.E.), North London Collegiate School. LEGGE, DEBORAH (Diploma in Social and Administrative Studies), Twickenham County Grammar School and University of Sussex. LOCKWOOD, VERA (Modern Languages), Oberschule, Karlshorst, Berlin. LODGE, DIANA JESSICA (History), Ladies' College, Cheltenham. MERCER, ALISON MARGARET (English), Sutton Coldfield Grammar School. MORCOM, ISOBEL JOAN (History), Moreton Hall, Oswestry. MORRIS, PATRICIA HELENE MARIE (Modern Languages), Guthlaxton Grammar School, Wigston Magna, Leicestershire. NELSON, MARIA PENELOPE (Classics), Rouge Bouillon Grammar School, Jersey. O'DONOVAN, ELIZABETH ANNE (Diploma in Social Anthropology), North London Collegiate School and Bristol University. PARKER, JENNIFER ANNE (Modern Languages), Belle Vue Girls' School, Bradford. PORTRAIT, JUDITH SUSAN (Classics), St. Paul's Girls' School. RAGGATT, CHRISTINE JANE (Biochemistry), Tewkesbury High School for Girls. RAINTHORPE, VALERIE MARY (Agriculture), South Park High School, Lincoln. ROGERS, JESSIE MARGARET NANCY (Physics), Plymouth High School. SCADDING, JESSICA JANE (Geography), North London Collegiate School. SHOREY, JACQUELINE MARGARET (Zoology), Tunbridge Wells Grammar School.

JONES, DIANA GLYN

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SMITH, CHRISTINE LAWRENCE

(Modern Languages), St. Mary's Convent,

Cambridge. SMITH-STANLEIGH, PAMELA ANNE

(P.P.P.), Charlton Park Convent, Chel-

tenham. SMOUHA, PAMELA (Classics), City of London School for Girls. SOUTHWORTH, KATHLEEN PATRICIA (History), Queen Ethelburga's

School,

Harrogate. TATTERSALL, GILLIAN ANN

(Jurisprudence), County High School, Welling-

borough. TAYLOR, JUDITH (Mathematics), North London Collegiate School. TAYLOR, SUSAN ELIZABETH (History), Milham Ford School, Oxford. THOMAS, MARIE-FRANCE MARGUERITE (English), Sorbonne. THURGOOD, SUSAN JOY (Modern Languages), Brackley High School. TOWNSHEND, BRENDA MARGARET (Diploma in Education), Birkenhead

High School and King's College, London University. TUNNARD, PHILIPPA MAY (Music), Oxford High School. TURNHAM, MARY SUSAN (Chemistry), Wimbledon High School. UMER, ZAITUN (B.Litt. Oriental Studies), St. Helen's School, Middlesex and Keele University. UNWIN, LESLEY VICTORIA (History), Mexborough Grammar School. WALKER, CAROLINE SUSAN (History), Ashford Grammar School. WEATHERALL, ROSAMUND DENISE (Mathematics), South Hampstead High School. WELLS, SHARON (Diploma in Social Anthropology), University of Wisconsin. WIGMORE, MAVIS ANN (Diploma in Social and Administrative Studies), Brighton and Hove High School and Bedford College, London. WIRE, MORAG (P.P.E.), North London Collegiate School. WITTON-DAVIES, BRIDGET (Diploma in Education), Milham Ford School, Oxford and Durham University. WOODBURN, LINDSAY JANE (Jurisprudence), The Queen's School, Chester. WRIGHT, PATRICIA WENDY (English), Ashford School. ZAKI, NADIA, MRS. (B.Litt. History of Art), Cairo University and Leeds University.

RESEARCH STUDENTS (Term of admission in brackets) Board of the Faculty of Medicine B.Sc. PATTON, V. M. (M 64). PEARSON, j. (T 65). Board of the Faculty of Literae Humaniores B.Litt. YAQUB, R. (H 65). D.Phil. HERTZ, D. (M 64). JACKSON, J. C. (M 63). Board of the Faculty of Modern History Probationer B.Litt. TURNER, H. L. (M 64). B.Litt. KETTLE, A. J. (T 61). 17


Board of the Faculty of English Language and Literature B.Litt. ATKINSON, MRS. L. (M 62). COOK, V. A. (M 63). FINNIS, MRS. M. C. (T 65). HENRY, A. K. (T 65). HUMFREY, B. A. SINNETT) (M 61). ROSS, F. M. (T 62).

(M 6z).

PRATT, MRS. (A. L. M.

D.Phil. CRAWFORD, J. A. (M 59). ZUCKERMANN, MRS. (J. P. LEEDHAM) (M 60). Board of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages B.Litt. ALEXANDER, MRS. (M. KURN) (M 57). BARBER, MRS. M. L. T. (T 65). CONSTABLE, M. V. (M 59). D.Phil. CLOSE, MRS. (E. A. CLARKE) (M 63). STEPHEN, M. W. (M 59). B.Phil. VON KATTE, A. M. K. (H 65).

Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies Probationer B.Litt. UMER, Z. (M 65). D.Phil. THOMPSON, G. W. (M 63). Board of the Faculty of Physical Sciences D.Phil. M. F. GRANT (M 63). GREEN, MRS. (J. C. BILHAM) (M 64). MCCREA, S. H.

(M 63).

Board of the Faculty of Biological Sciences B.Sc. ROBINSON, J. (M 64). D.Phil. ARMS, K. (M 64). HASLAM, MRS. (E. A. NEWTON) (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Social Studies B.Phil. SEAWRIGHT, B. A. (M 63). Board of the Faculty of Anthropology and Geography B.Litt. HABERLIN, MRS. (R. DENSON-DART) (H 65). MCCARTHY, M. (T WRIGHT, K. (T 65). B.Sc. COOPE, MRS. E. (M 62).

65).

Board of the Faculty of Music B.Litt. BURROW, G. M. P. (T 65). D.Phil. RUFF, L. M. (M 62). Board of the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry B.Sc. WESTERN, A. C. (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Mathematics D.Phil. DICKENSON, G. A. (M 63). HOUGHTON, M. A. (M 6o).

JUNIOR COMMON ROOM REPORT, 1965 I T is a great pleasure to be able to predict that by the time this Chronicle is in I circulation the completion of the New Building, which has been looked forward to and worked for with such energy during the last few years, will actually have taken place. The year 1965 has seen the fulfilment of the first stage of the College's building programme, with the completion of the Buttery 18


and the new building, and both these new additions affect the J.C.R. considerably. The Buttery has been in use since October and is an enormous success. Besides relieving the pressure on Hall (which was becoming uncomfortably crowded last year) the Buttery is particularly welcome as being the first room in College where members of the S.C.R. and J.C.R. can meet informally at meal-times, and where non-members of St. Hugh's can be entertained. Undergraduates receive two free meal tickets a week for use in the Buttery, but further meals can of course be bought, and the food is good and very reasonably priced. As for the new building, the first occupants are due to move in at the beginning of Hilary Term, so that very nearly all undergraduates will then be living on College premises. Thus we have reached the climax of several years of fund-raising activities. This year the Music Society concerts have continued to flourish, not only making a valuable contribution to the Building Fund Appeal, but also giving great pleasure to members of St. Hugh's and their friends. Perhaps particular mention should be made of the concert given in November at which the composer Egon Wellesz was present to hear his own Suite for Flute Solo played by Pippa Burrow. The annual Carol Service was held in the Chapel, and the St. Hugh's Choir was joined by members of Keble College Choir for this occasion. The Summer Ball took place in the fourth week of Trinity Term, and was highly successful, thanks very largely to the admirable efficiency of Felicity MaxwellBresler and her committee. For the first time a marquee was hired and erected on the terrace, and this proved to be a very popular innovation. At the beginning of Michaelmas Term a team from the B.B.C. came and made a short film of some of our first-year undergraduates in academic dress before the matriculation ceremony. These shots are to be used in a documentary programme about Lewis Carroll and his time in Oxford, and this will be shown sometime in the new year. Although the new buildings have pre-occupied most members of the College this year, the old ones have not been neglected. It was decided that some of the J.C.R. funds should be devoted to the decoration of the Common Room. In the Easter vacation the room was repainted and new lighting was installed, making a vast improvement to the room. Although this was a J.C.R. enterprise, not a College one, the Bursar was as usual more than willing to advise us, and we are indeed most grateful for her efforts on our behalf. We should also like to thank the S.C.R. for the gift of new curtains for the J.C.R.—the room now looks most attractive. Members of St. Hugh's continue to play an active part in Oxford societies and University affairs generally. Janet Morgan in particular is to be congratulated on her election as Secretary of the Oxford Union. She is the first woman to achieve this. 1965 has inevitably been a year of transition and change, a difficult period in any community. It says a great deal for the College administration that in the midst of all these changes there have been only minimal inconveniences to members of the College and that J.C.R. life has been allowed to continue undisturbed. ELIZABETH HADRILL

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GAMES REPORT, 1964-5

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URING this season, St. Hugh's sporting reputation seems to have been a justifiable one and, although the College did not enjoy the success in cuppers of the previous season, the number of Blues has increased from nineteen to twenty-three. St. Hugh's hockey team, under the captaincy of C. Jea, enjoyed a fuller programme than in previous seasons but the social matches against some of the men's colleges proved to be insufficient training for retaining cuppers, the team being placed second. Perhaps, under the captaincy of V. Stewart, the team will provide just cause for reviving the loving-cup ceremony next season. G. Bennett, C. Farmer, and R. Wilson, all old Blues, held office in the University club and helped in wresting the cup from Cambridge, whilst S. Dow, L. Jenking, C. Jea, V. Stewart, S. Styles, and G. Wickson, played regularly for the znd XI, R. White being called upon occasionally. G. Bennett and C. Farmer were selected to play for the Southern Universities and W.I.V.A.B.; C. Farmer was reserve to the Combined Universities whilst G. Bennett played for this team and was unfortunate in not being selected for the British Universities team. The University Lacrosse team had a resounding victory in the Varsity match in which E. Allan, C. Bayley, M. White, old Blues, G. Hall, C. Hopkins, J. Pool, and M. Woodrow played. E. Allan and J. Pool were selected to play for the Southern Universities and W.I.V.A.B. and were reserves to the Combined Universities team, E. Allan also acting as reserve to the British Universities team. All next season's officials, M. Woodrow (captain), G. Hall (secretary), and J. Pool (treasurer) are drawn from the College. L. Wilson, an old Blue, was Secretary of the University Netball VII; both she and S. Hame, also an old Blue, played in the Varsity match with M. Flitcroft also representing the University. L. Wilson and M. Flitcroft have been elected captain and secretary, respectively, of the University Netball Club for next season. E. Davies and M. White played in the University's squash team although M. White was unable to play in the Varsity match as requested. E. Davies captained the College team which also included C. Bayley, S. Nicholls, C. Rickards, and M. White. S. Nicholls is the College secretary for 1965-6. E. Hadrill and J. Vajda, both old Blues, were again the only two members of the College to swim for the University. E. Hadrill is to be congratulated on her selection to represent W.I.V.A.B. and the British Universities on free style. C. Bayley, G. Wickson, old Blues, and S. Styles represented the College in the University Cricket team and S. Flaws also played occasionally. The University Tennis Club was captained by M. White, both she and S. Gero, old Blues, played in the Varsity match; E. Allan, reserve for 1st VI, V. Cohen, R. Perrens, J. Pool, and K. Wilkes played for the znd VI. An S.C.R. v. J.C.R. match was an innovation to the programme of the College tennis team, captained this year by R. White; the victory in its favour is not the J.R.C.'s only reason for hoping that this match becomes a regular fixture, together with the hot sunshine in which the match was played. The J.C.R. team was chosen from E. Allan, J. Atkinson, J. Cundy, S. Flaws, R. Parrens, S. Scott, R. White, and K. Wilkes, who also played for the College in a num20


ber of social matches with men's colleges. This team did redeem the College's reputation by winning the tennis cuppers and it is to be hoped that they enjoy a successful season next year, under the captaincy of J. Cundy. This season also saw the re-forming of the Women's Boat Club, to which S. Gilbert was Secretary. Both she and L. Richardson rowed for Oxford. Although it seems probable that S. Galley sailed for the University, there seems to be no record of any member of the College fencing or playing either table tennis or badminton. If omissions there are, we hope that they have occasioned no offence and offer apologies. CHRISTINE M. FARMER

OBITUARY On II March 1965, CATHERINE MURIEL HARGRAVE, M.A. Commoner of the College 1908-11. Headmistress of the High School, Gainsborough, 1930-43. Aged 74. On 23 February 1965, JOAN KATHARINE GWYNN (nĂŠe SEDDING). Commoner of the College 1909-12. Aged 74. On Io June 1965, SYLVIA MARY ANDREWS, M.A. Commoner of the College, 1921-4. Aged 6z. On 3 April 1965, DOROTHY MARY LYDDON RIPPON, M.A., B.SC. Commoner of the College 1922-5. Aged 61. On 21 November 1965, OLIVE MERIVAL GRIFFITHS, M.A. Commoner of the College 1924-7. Arnold Essay Prize, 1930. Ph.D., Bristol 1933. Aged 6o. On 14 May 1965, MARY SETON COCHRANE, M.A. Commoner of the College 1930-3. Aged 54.

JOAN KATHARINE GWYNN

(nee Sedding)

OAN came up to St. Hugh's from Clifton High School in 1909, under conditions so remote from those of the present day that some reference to them may be made in order to sketch a background against which she may be pictured. The days of the Blue Stocking had hardly been left behind. Any member of our year who happened to attend a lecture at which she was the only woman was for the first time unaccompanied by a (knitting) chaperone. But no one was ever less like a Blue Stocking than Joan. She was tall and comely, held herself well, and walked with a slight swagger, which had nothing in it of arrogance or aggressiveness, but seems to me now characteristic of her confident and friendly approach to life. The First Year of 1909 was the largest St. Hugh's had so far known. The Third Year, secure in their seniority, welcomed it graciously; the Second Year viewed it with some apprehension. The formidable number was in fact sixteen. How circumscribed and negligible a community! But it did not feel like that. It was made plain by Miss Moberly and Miss Jourdain that on us had descended the honourable and perilous destiny of doing nothing to hinder the eventual acceptance of women as members of the University. We were

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given to understand that Decorum was to be our secret weapon, so we conscientiously flourished 'the Hall hat' as we went from the Hall to the House or to the new hostel in Fyfield Road; and we made sure that our Lincolngreen hockey skirts were not more than seven inches off the ground. (But we were apt to overlook the fact that laughter from the upper back rooms of the Hostel could carry right across the triangle to the lower reaches of Norham Gardens.) Small as they were, our total numbers were large enough to include stimulating contrasts of personality and ability. (Anyone could get into the Hall, simply by passing Responsions!) We saw a great deal of our neighbours at L.M.H.; some of us took Intercollegiate Societies (women's, of course) seriously; and we had fallen in love with Oxford. Many of us were at the experimental, chameleon-like phase of youth; not so Joan. Without being at all rigid in her attitude, she had already a personal style and a set of values which remained essentially unchanged in later life. She had lost both her parents, but she had the deepest attachment to the one who replaced her mother, and exchanged a daily letter with her. Her father had been an architect, and there was a creative and artistic strain in her which has surely reappeared in a gifted grandson, William Jordan. Her brother, the Revd. Fr. E. D. Sedding, S.S.J.E., shared many of her interests, especially that of field studies in Botany. Joan was not interested in Debating Societies, the Student Christian Movement, or Games. She loved the country, and above all the unspoilt reaches of the Cherwell on which we spent so much of our leisure. She had the liveliest interest in people, and delighted in any eccentricities or foibles; and in her brother's phrase 'exploded in laughter at things which she enjoyed'. She was reading Botany, and much of her work was done at the Museum. Here she and a friend, Ella McGregor, nÊe Roechling, found that Science dons, demonstrators, and undergraduates provided a rich vein of interest and amusement, which they exploited to the full for the benefit of their friends. Joan was never in a fever or frenzy about work, but took it in her stride, and was placed in the Second Class in 1913. Those who shared the life of pre-First-War Oxford carry with them memories of extraordinary joy and hilarity—as well as the vivid interests that should be awakened in any university at any time. Joan treasured them all her life, and refreshed them whenever she could. It was not long after going down that she married a member of a well-known Dublin family, J. T. Gwynn, who was then in the Indian Civil Service. It was to be a marriage of deep and enduring happiness and the foundation of a home with radiated warmth and gaiety to a large circle of relatives and friends, and then to children, grandchildren and (a final joy) a great-grandchild. Their son followed his father into the I.C.S., and has remained in the service of the Indian Government. Their two daughters married young. All three are graduates of Trinity College, Dublin. When increasing deafness made an early retirement necessary, they settled outside Dublin and took over a boys' preparatory school, Baymount. Joan savoured the life of Ireland to the full, and their two daughters, who were then at home, amply shared in the dower of high spirits and wit. It is impossible to think of the family without remembering what an important part in it was played by a succession of beloved cats and dogs—who must often 22


have run counter to another permanent interest: gardening. In 1924 Joan had published an admirable small book, Gardening for Children, and wherever she lived, her intimate knowledge and love of plant life found scope. After her husband's death, she was welcomed to the household of her younger married daughter at Bangor, Co. Down. There, in 1954, she records a particularly happy botanical encounter with 'a most attractive tiny Willow Herb from New Zealand which turned up in our garden—little white flowers on a single stem. The seed pod is undoubtedly Epilobium. Stem 1 to z inches long.' It was here, after a long period of ill-health, that she died on 23 February 1965. Upheld by a steady faith, the life that had flowered in laughter and love, and was so delightful in early youth, had attained to a strong, serene and joyful maturity. L. V. S.

SYLVIA MARY ANDREWS YLVIA ANDREWS, the eldest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Andrews of Tonbridge, came up to St. Hugh's in 1921. In 1924, having obtained a S Second Class in the Honour School of English Language and Literature, she stayed on for the Diploma in Education, living in the Hostel at 12 Linton Road. The greater part of her teaching life was spent at her old school, Tonbridge Grammar School for Girls, where she was Senior English Mistress and for over fifteen years Deputy Headmistress. Although latterly the beginning of ill-health obliged her to give up these responsibilities, she was able to continue part-time teaching at the school until her final retirement in 1963. Her contemporaries at St. Hugh's will always remember her engaging personality, her intelligence and humour, and the essential goodness and integrity of her nature. She had many friends and no enemies, and the gift of finding happiness and contentment in College life, in her family circle at home, and in her professional career. She enjoyed games and swimming • we remember her playing water-polo, and as a member of the College and University netball teams; she also played hockey for St. Hugh's. All students of her day will recall her excellent performance as Sir Peter Teazle (to Mary Harvey's Lady Teazle) in a notable production of The School for Scandal. Drama continued to be one of her main interests : for many years she produced plays for her school and for the Tonbridge Theatre and Arts Club. One of her latest and outstanding productions was The Zeal of Thy House, presented in Tonbridge Parish Church. To assist in raising funds for the restoration of this church, she gave a most interesting and original lecture on 'Jane Austen : some aspects of her work, together with her Tonbridge connections'. This paper was afterwards published. Sylvia's aesthetic perception was expressed in other ways : she loved music, and she was an artist of no small talent— especially in watercolours and landscape painting; she wrote verse and was a member of the Sussex and Kent Poetry Society. In spite of the deterioration of her health, which gave anxiety and sadness to her family and to the friends of her later years, she maintained great courage and a quiet contentment of mind, continuing to use her natural gifts as long 23


as she was physically able to do so. Latterly she had the constant companionship and the devoted care of her sister. Her Memorial Service, held in Tonbridge Parish Church, drew a large congregation : members of her family, the many friends in Tonbridge who held her in great affection, and several of her Oxford contemporaries. The Bishop of Tonbridge, who gave the address, most suitably adapted for his text the epitaph of Oliver Goldsmith: 'She touched nothing that she did not adorn.' M. H. M.

DOROTHY MAY LYDDON RIPPON

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OROTHY RIPPON's death on 3 April 1965, after a comparatively short final illness, came as a shock to her friends as, until the last week, official reports had spoken of 'improvement'. For the last ten years her health had been precarious, and she had had much against which to contend. But she never allowed it to overshadow her keen enjoyment of life, or to interfere with her work which she carried on up to the time in mid-term when she entered hospital; so that she may be said to have died in harness. Dorothy came up to St. Hugh's in October 1922 to read Chemistry. She took her B.A. in 1925, and her M.A. in 193o. In the interval she had spent some time in research work, publishing a thesis on 'The Condensation of Amines with Cyclopentanone Cyanhydrin and similar Substances' ; and took her B.Sc. 1928-9. While still researching she had begun what was to be her life-work, teaching and organizing Science at Downe House. At first teaching Chemistry at Downe on a part-time basis, she later, after completing her degree research, joined the full-time staff, and remained there up to the time of her death, in all thirty-seven years. Since 1946 she had been head of the science department, teaching almost all the senior physics and chemistry; and sending many of her pupils on to the University. But she had many and varied interests outside her work: not least among them her painting, in which she reached a high degree of proficiency. To her many friends her loss will mean a blank, even while they remember with thankfulness her warm and ready sympathy, her gay zest for life, her humour, her keen and varied interests and enthusiasms, her tried and utter loyalty to those she loved, and the gallantry and faith with which she faced illness and disappointment undefeated. G. L. A.

OLIVE MERIVAL GRIFFITHS Mrs. Dorothy Vintner writes: N leaving Clifton High School, Olive Merival Griffiths went as a commoner to St. Hugh's, where in 1927 she obtained a Second in the Honour School of Modern History. Although she never really intended to teach, she gained another year away from home by studying for her Diploma in Education at St. Mary's Training College, Paddington. Here she found herself older than 24


the other students and was greatly struck by their poverty. This was possibly the first time that she had personally met girls less well-off than herself and this stirred her sympathy and imagination. Instead of teaching, she soon began research, and in 193o was awarded the Arnold Essay Prize for her paper on 'Presbyterianism as a social and religious force'. She continued to do research on this subject as a post-graduate in the University of Bristol and in 1933 obtained her Ph.D. for a thesis on Presbyterian thought. Two years later, her book, entitled 'Religion and Learning' was published by the Cambridge University Press. Influenced by some friends at Brookthorpe, near Gloucester, her next activity was lecturing for the Gloucestershire Community Council. From 1936 until 194o she gave many short courses on local history to country audiences, amongst them Hawkesbury, Ampney Crucis, Almondsbury, Falfield, Rangeworthy and Alveston. It was at Alveston that she helped to clean up the interesting old church of St. Helen and to find the long-hidden mural paintings in the porch which were examined and recorded by Mr. Clive Rous. The picture of two sailing ships was found, roughly outlined in red. As Dr. Griffiths wrote: ' A layer as hard as cement was gently flaked away to free a painted layer of the thinnest possible texture, mounted on plaster which quivered at a touch.' After the war, in 1947, Dr. Griffiths became Secretary to the Local History Committee, which is run by the Gloucestershire Community Council and this, with the varied work which it involved, was her absorbing interest for the rest of her life. During this period of nearly twenty years, with only one short break owing to illness, she did an enormous amount of varied work, writing lively and stimulating notes on local subjects for this magazine, compiling a gazetteer of the Cotswolds for the Youth Hostels Association, addressing conferences, writing the history of Daglingworth, and organizing competitions amongst Women's Institutes, Old Age Pensioners, school children and many other groups, to foster their love of the past in their own county. `Perhaps her most comprehensive scheme,' writes the Assistant-Secretary of the Community Council, 'was the Tombstone Survey begun in 1952 which is still in progress.' Her latest project was research into Cotswold sheepfarming and collecting colour-slides of the old sheep-walks. Only two days before her death she finished the winter issue of the Local History Bulletin, of which she was editor. She loved Gloucestershire whole-heartedly, its history and its verse, its old mansions and stone cottages, its flowers, fields and lanes. It was this deep affection which inspired all her work. Her death leaves an empty place that will be almost impossible to fill for she has set a standard of enthusiasm, scholarship, perseverance and intellectual integrity which few can hope to achieve.

MARRIAGES GILLIAN ROSEMARIE BAKER to UTRICK WARD RALPH CASEBOURNE (Oriel College),

at St. Aldate's Church, Oxford, on 24 July 1965. KAY ROSAMOND BLUNDELL-JONES to MR. DEIGHTON, on 18 JUDITH AUDREY CASTLE to MR. STOBART.

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ANGELA CRABTREE tO ANTHONY JULIAN LANGSIDE THORPE (Wadham College), On 29 May 1965. ELLA MARGARET CRESSWELL tO the REVD. RICHARD JAMES BRADNUM, B.A. (Pem-

broke College, Oxford), on 3 April 1965. RITA DENSON-DART tO EDWARD RICHARD HABERLIN, on 14 August 1965. DOROTHY RUTH DOLMAN tO DR. JULIAN CANDY, at All Souls Church, Langham Place, London, on 2 February 1965. ANNE SCOTT DUFF tO BRIAN A. M. ROBINSON, at Eccles Presbyterian Church, on 14 August 1965. ANNA MYFANWY EVANS tO JOHN HAXWORTH, on 18 July 1964. MARGARET IRENE EVANS tO MR. DE CUANALO. SUSAN ROSEMARY FELLOWS tO SIDNEY TARROW, in Berkeley, California, on 20 June 1965. SUSAN FRANCESCA FISHER tO MR. JAINE, in 1965. SHIRLEY ANNE FRANKLIN tO MR. LONG, On 29 August 1964. JANET ELEANOR GRANT tO JOHN TREVOR CATLOW (Pembroke College, Oxford), on 21 August 1965. SUZANNE RUTH HARRIS tO DONALD JOSEPH RUDALEVIGE, On I July 1965. LEONORA ANTOINETTE HAYES to ALAN FRANK BEARDON, on 31 March 1964. SARAH ELSPETH HICKS to MR. RIDLEY. JENNIFER ANN GRACE JONES tO F. H. GOODWIN, on 31 July 1965. MARGARET MARY KIRK tO SHELDON MEYER, in New York, on 29 July 1964. ROSEMARY ELLIE KIRKIS to ANTHONY BRODY, on 19 March 1965. GILLIAN MARGARET LAWRANCE to DAVID WOLFE KEENE (Balliol College), on 14 August 1965. SUSAN MARGARET MADGEN tO MR. SULLIVAN, in 1965. MRS. MALONE-BARRETT (R. D. VOLKERT) tO ARTHUR PHILIP GLENNY, on 6 October

1964. Edmonton, Alberta, at St. George's Anglican Church, Montreal, on 31 July 1965. WENDY MARGARET OWEN tO ROBERT HEAP, on 18 July 1964. HILARY ANN PALING tO GEORGE LIGHTFOOT, on 4 April 1964. MARGARET ALINE POWELL tO GRAHAM ALLEN HART (Pembroke College, Oxford), on 6 June 1964. HARRIET LAURA SYKES PRICE tO CAPTAIN ROBERT M. W. GREIG, R.A., on 5 January 1963. HELEN PUGMIRE tO DAVID WILLIAM MAUTE THORNLEY (The Queen's College, Oxford), at the Friends' Meeting House, Monkseaton, on 17 July 1965. JACQUELINE RAINBOW tO MICHAEL LEWIS, on 31 July 1965. ANNABEL SANDFORD ROBINSON tO PHILIP KINSEY, on Io August 1964. JEAN ANN SEARLE tO DAVID ALEC GEORGE MONK, on z8 August 1965. MARY GUTHRIE SHIELL tO MR. MONTAGUE, in June 1965. VIOLET ANNE SPENCE tO TERENCE JOHN BETTS, on 2 January 1965. SALLY ELIZABETH THORNE to NORMAN FERRAND KETTLE, at Christ Church, Epsom, Surrey, on 24 April 1965. JANET ELIZABETH TUCKER to DAVID AUTHERS, on I April 1964. CHRISTINE MARGARET SHAND WARD to MR. RIDSDILL-SMITH, on 25 July 1964. BARBARA JANE WEST to RICHARD KENT, at Bath, on 18 February 1965. ANNE ELIZABETH WYATT tO BRUCE BURTON (Jesus College, Oxford), on 8 August 1964. PAMELA MARY MORTON tO GORDON A. COOPER, of

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BIRTHS MRS. ALLEN

(M. C. Levett)-a daughter (Rachel Eleanor Anne), zo July

1965. MRS. ATKINSON (D. A. Jameson)-a son (John Michael), 14 September 1964. MRS. BAKER (D. K. Daniel)-a son (Richard Matthew Martin), 5 October 1964. MRS. BARBOUR (J. L. West)-a daughter (Jane Louise Sybil), 19 April 1965. MRS. BEEDEN (J. M. Riach)-a daughter (Katharine Anne), 9 December 1964. MRS. BETTS (Ann Blyton)-a son (Thomas Matthew), 21 November 1964. MRS. BLOXHAM (Elizabeth Elves)-a daughter (Helen Elizabeth), July 1964. MRS. BRIDGWATER (P. M. Pearsall)-a daughter (Jessica Mary Ellen), II

November 1964. MRS. BURTON (A. E. Wyatt)-a son (Peter Hugh), 19 July 1965. MRS. BUTLER (G. L. Galley)-a daughter (Sophie Jane), 28 October 1964. MRS. BUXTON (B. A. Stamp)-a daughter (Hilary Emma), 1 August 1965. MRS. CARDY (J. P. Robinson)-a daughter (Susannah Rachel), 3o April 1965. MRS. CARLISLE (A. I. Gillmore)-daughters (Daloni Anne), 16 January 1964,

(Alison Jill), 11 July 1965. MRS. CRAMPTON (P. E. Wood)-a son (Daniel Sean Cardew), 3 August 1964. MRS. DAVIES (M. B. Allen)-a daughter (Eleanor Jane (Nell)), 9 November 1965. MRS. DE SALIS (D. M. Lawton)-a son (Mark Stephen Fane), 12 May 1965. MRS. DUNCAN (M. C. Mogford)-a daughter (Rachel Catherine Christie),

8 March 1964. MRS. ELIASHOF (P. A. Deakin)-a son (Mark William), 19 April 1965. MRS. FESSLER (A. M. Arnold)-a daughter (Catherine Rachel), January 1964. MRS. FLEMING (J. P. Wareing)-a son (Paul Alexander), 1 I May 1964. MRS. FLINN (J. M. Bott)-a daughter (Susan Katherine), 24 September 1965. MRS. FOSTER (P. M. Y. Tyler)-a son (Charles Alan Guise), 4 August 1964; a

daughter (Tiffany Margaret Yalland), 12 July 1965. MRS. FULLER (R. A. Andrews)-a daughter (Rachel Elizabeth), 26 August 1964. MRS. GRIFFITHS (Valerie Kipping)-a son (Nigel Timothy), 13 May 1964. MRS. HANSON (Margaret Clark)-a son (John Mark), 3 January 1966. MRS. HOWARD (Bulbul Batra)-a son (Nicholas Charles), 5 August 1965. MRS. HUBBARD (P. M. Sargent)-a son (Alastair), 29 February 1964. MRS. HUGHES (I. D. Jenkins)-a son (Edmund Michael), 29 September 1964. MRS. LEDGER (P. R. Jones)-a son (Stephen Charles), 28 October 1964. MRS. LIDE (M. R. Lomer)-a son (James Hugh Lamont), 3o May 1965. MRS. LISTER (Jean Bromley)-a daughter (Susan Frances), 1 November 1965. MRS. LOMAS (R. M. Higman)-a son (David Martyn), 23 December 1964. MRS. LONGMAN (R. E. Arthur)-a son (Peter George Alfred), 2 August 1965. MRS. LOVATT (N. M. Blindell)-a son (Peter John), 9 June 1964. MRS. MOLE (S. R. Wildbore)-a son (Andrew David), 23 September 1965. MRS. PARSONS (M. A. M. Leighton)-a son (Nicholas John Leighton), 10 May 1965. MRS. PATE (M. K. F. Dale)-a daughter (Jennifer Catherine), 24 November 1965. MRS. PESTIEAU (C. A. Reynolds)-a son (Paul Alexis), 29 May 1964. MRS. PRICE (E. M. Jones)-a daughter (Katharine Clare Harding), 31 October

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MRS. ROBINSON (S. E. Kelly)—a son (Timothy), io May 1964. MRS. RYAN (A. M. G. Dainty)—a son (David John), 24 July 1964. MRS. STAMPER (G. E. Hoyland)—a son (Richard), 5 November 1965. MRS. WARMAN (P. J. M. Allum)—a daughter (Katharine Mary), 13 June 1964. MRS. WHICKER (M. H. Johnston)—a daughter (Helen Margaret), 18 February

1965. MRS. SUSAN WOOD-a

son (Silas James London), 14 April 1965.

PUBLICATIONS (Mrs.) K. M. Cartledge, M.A. Mr. Perrichon's Holiday (Le Voyage de M. Perrichon) by Labiche Martin. Translated and adapted by Katharine Cartledge. (Plays Retold, 3rd Series.) London, O.U.P., 1965. (Mrs.) P. E. Crampton, M.A. The School with a Difference, translated from the French. Abelard-Schuman, 1964 (U.S.A. 1965). 13s. 6d. Pablo and the Others, translated from the Norwegian. Abelard-Schuman, 1965. D. M. M. Edwards-Rees, M.A. The Story of Nursing by Desiree EdwardsRees. Illustrated. Constable Young Books, Ltd., April 1965. 15s. Jacynth Hope-Simpson, M.A. The Edge of the World. Hamish Hamilton, 1965. 7s. 6d. 0. J. Lace, M.A. Contributor to and editor of Understanding the New Testament in the Cambridge Bible Commentary. C.U.P. 18 November 1965. Cloth edition 175. 6d., Paperback 9s. 6d. (Mrs.) Margaret Potter, M.A. Single to New York, by Anne Betteridge. The Chains of Love, by Anne Betteridge. Both published by Hurst and Blackett, 1965. H. M. C. Purkis, M.A. French for West Africa. Final book (no. 4) of this school course published in 1965 by C.U.P. H. M. Wallis, M.A., D.Phil. Cartaret's Voyage round the World 1766-1769, Edited by Helen Wallis. Cambridge, published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, 1965. 2 volumes. 8os.

ARTICLES (Mrs.) J. E. Authers, M.A. 'Insulin sensitivity and carbohydrate metabolism of rats with hypothalamic obesity' by Janet Tucker, J. Trethewey, G. A. Stewart, R. W. J. Neville, and T. Hanley, published J. Endocrinology, vol. xxxiii (1965), pp. 437-46. (Mrs.) B. R. Bradbrook, D.Phil.`Some recent Czech memoirs', The Slavonic and East European Review, vol. xliii, no. to' (June 1965), pp. 415-2o. `Essays on Czech literature.' By Rene Wellek. (Review). Ibid., pp. 443-6. Reviews in Books Abroad (University of Oklahoma Press) : `Zady k svetu', by Bedfich Svatog (Winter 1965), p. 98; `Bez krasy, bez litnce', by Hana Belohradska (Summer 1965), p. 356; `Zlata reneta', by Frantigek Hrubin (Summer 1965), p. 356; `Adresat Jiff Mahen', by Jill Hek, tepan 28


Vlagin (eds.) (Autumn 1965), pp. 468-9; `Slovnik e'esk3'rch spisovatelif , by Rudolf Havel, Jiff Opel& (eds.); `Bibliografie Ceske literarni vedy 19451955', by Olga Balagova, Miroslav Laiske, Emanuel Macek, Jaroslav Ne6as (eds.) (Autumn 1965), p. 469. Ruth J. Dean, M.A., D.Phil. 'What is Anglo-Norman?' Duquesne Studies: Annuale Mediaevale 6 (1965), pp. 29-46. A. E. Hamlin, B.A. 'Excavation of ring-ditches and other sites at Stanton Harcourt'. Oxoniensia, xxviii (1963). (Mrs.) A. M. Huber, B.Sc. 'The effect of fasting and refeeding on isolated rat adipose tissue activity in the presence of crystalline and bound insulin.' Metabolism, vol. xiv (1965), p. 619. `Studies on the state of insulin in blood : properties of circulating free and bound insulin.' Endocrinology, vol. lxxvi (1965), p. 709. B. M. Levick, M.A., D.Phil. Review of Monumenta Asiae Minoris Antigua, viii (Manchester, 1962), in JHS, voi. lxxxiv (1964). Bibliography in History of Mankind, ii : The Ancient World (London, 1964) (Allen and Unwin, ÂŁ6. 6s. od.). `Two Inscriptions from Pisidian Antioch.' Anatolian Studies, vol. xv (1965). and S. A. Jameson. 'C. Crepereius Gallus and his Gens.' JRS, vol. liv (1964). H. M. C. Purkis, M.C. With T. E. Lawrenson, a paper on the early illustrated editions of Terence, in La lieu theatral a la Renaissance, ed. by J. Jacquot, published by the C.N.R.S., Paris. Nancy Sandars, B.Litt. 'The Last Mycenaeans and the European Late Bronze Age' and 'The Hirschlanden stele'. Antiquity, vol. xxxviii (1964). M. M. Sweeting, M.A. 'Denudation in Limestone Regions.' Contribution to a Symposium in the Geographical Journal, 1965. (Mrs.) Renee Tickell, M.A. 'Catholic views of Parapsychology.' International Journal of Parapsychology (Autumn 1964). `Recent developments in Parapsychology.' Twentieth Century Catholicism (U.S.A.). Review article in The Month (November 1964) on Koestler' s Act of Creation.

Reviews in The Times Literary Supplement, the Tablet, and the Catholic Herald.

An article on Augustine Baker, originally published in the Month has been reprinted in a collection edited by James Walsh entitled Pre-Reformation English Spirituality (Burns Oates 1965). H. M. Wallis, M.A., D.Phil. 'The Patagonian Giants', by Helen Wallis. Appendix I in Byron' s Journal of his Circumnavigation. Edited by R. E. Gallagher, Cambridge, published for the Hakluyt Society at the University Press, 1964, pp. 185-96. `Marine Cartography in Britain . . .' By A. H. W. Robinson. 1962. (Review.) The Mariner's Mirror, vol. 1 (1964), pp. 75-77. `Report on the Library Classification of Books and Maps.' The Cartographic Journal, vol. ii, no. 1 (1965), pp. 14-15. `Landmarks in atlas cartography.' A review article in The Cartographic Journal, vol. ii, no. 1 (1965), pp. 42-44.

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TEACHING POSTS VACANT

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ANY schools write to the College to ask if any suggestions can be made of graduates who might be interested in a vacant post. As regards recent graduates, tutors have the requisite information. But there may be others who wish to change their school, or who want to take up teaching again after an interval, or who would like to get a post in a particular neighbourhood. If there are any Senior Members who would like to be notified of vacant posts, it is suggested that they should inform the College, which could then compile a list that could be referred to when notifications of vacancies are received. The College is also from time to time notified of impending appointments of headmistresses. It would again be helpful if there were a list of Senior Members who were interested in obtaining a post as headmistress. K. M. KENYON

NEWS AND APPOINTMENTS OF SENIOR MEMBERS (The date of appointment is 1965 unless otherwise stated, the date after each name is that of entry to the College)

MRS. ABBOT, B.A. (Elsie M. Tostevin, 1926), was made a D.B.E. in the New Year Honours, 1966. MRS. ALLOTT, M.A. (A. E. L. Peet, 1939)was appointed part-time English Mistress of Queen Anne Grammar School, York, from September. RUTH BARBOUR, M.A. (1936), was elected a Fellow of St. Cross College, Oxford, from October. D. M. C. BARKER, M.A. (192o), retired from the London Probation Service in May after 32 years at West London Magistrates Court and nearly 35 years in the Probation Service. MRS. BEARDON, B.A. (L. A. Hayes, 1959), was appointed an instructor at Prince George's Community College, Suitland, Maryland, U.S.A., from September 1964. E. J. BECK, M.A. (1952), was appointed Head of the Classics Department at the Park School, Preston, from September. 0. D. BICKLEY, M.A. (Fellow 1932, Emeritus Fellow), Emeritus Professor of the University of Toronto, accepted the invitation of the University of Toronto to become a Special Lecturer in their Department of Italian. MRS. BRADBROOK, D.PHIL. (B. R. Nee'asova, 1954), was appointed part-time Tutor in English at St. Mary's College (of Education), Bangor, N. Wales, from September. MRS. BRADNUM, B.A. (E. M. Cresswell, 196o), was appointed Assistant Scripture Mistress at the Byng Kenrick Grammar School for Girls, Birmingham, from September 1964. A. V. M. BREWIN, M.A. (195o), was appointed Secretary to the Dean of the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Sussex. MRS. BRIDGWATER, M.A. (P. M. Pearsall, 195o), returned from Nigeria in July 1964 after nine years there. Her husband is now a Training Officer with Albright and Wilson (Mfg.) Ltd., Oldbury. 30


(R. E. Kirkis, 196o), was appointed Assistant Experiment Officer at the Rutherford High Energy Laboratory, Atomic Energy Authority. MRS. CANDY, M.A., B.M., B.CH. (D. R. Dolman, 1954), was appointed Paediatric House Officer at Edgware General Hospital in February, and was awarded the Diploma in Child Health in October. MRS. CALVERT-SMITH, M.A. (S. M. Tilling, 1936), was appointed Vice-Chairman of the Citizens' Advice Bureau Advisory Committee in 1964. MRS. CARLISLE, M.A., B.LITT. (A I Gillmore, 1945), assisted in examining for the Cambridge Syndicate in English Literature in July 1964. J. M. CARRUTHERS, M.A. (1958), was appointed Senior Planning Assistant, London Borough of Camden, from April. M. A. CARTER, M.A. (1957), was appointed Assistant Mathematics Mistress at the Cambridgeshire High School for Girls. MRS. CASEBOURNE, B.A. (G. R. Baker, 1961), was appointed Assistant English Mistress at Southern Grammar School for Girls, Portsmouth, from September. THE RT. HON. MRS. CASTLE (B. A. Betts, 1929), was appointed Minister of Transport. M. M. CHATTAWAY, M.A., B.SC., D.PHIL. (192o), was elected Group President of the Dandenong Ranges Group of the Countrywomen's Association of Victoria, Australia. M. E. COLTHORPE, B.A. (1960), was appointed Student Adviser at the National Extension College, Cambridge, in August. S. M. CONNELL, B.A. (1959), is studying Fifteenth-century Art at the Courtauld Institute. P. J. COOK, M.A., B.LITT. (1957), was appointed a Lecturer in the Department of Medical Statistics, University of Birmingham. MRS. COOPER, M.A. (P. M. Morton, 195o), joined the Research and Development department of the J. Eaton Co. (a large department store in Vancouver). She is in the Industrial Engineering Section with particular responsibility for commodity profitability studies. T. C. COOPER, M.A. (Fellow, 196o), accepted a temporary post as Economic Consultant in the Cabinet Office for the Long Vacation and Michaelmas Term. I. M. M. DEAN, M.A. (1922), retired on 31 December 1963 and now lives in Esher, Surrey. G. A. DICKENSON (1963), was appointed Lecturer in Mathematics at Lady Margaret Hall. J. A. DUNCAN, B.A. (1959), was appointed Assistant Lecturer in French in the University of Exeter. M. T. MCD. ELLIS, M.A. (1957), became Conference Secretary at the Law Society and also Secretary to the Commerce and Industry Group and to the Young Members Groups with the Law Society. M. I. EVANS, B.A. (1962), is working in Oxford as a Research Assistant. MRS. FINEHAM, M.A. (Jill Cousins, 1944), was appointed an Assistant Lecturer in English, full time, at Chelmsford College of Further Education. D. I. FLETCHER, M.A. (1938), was appointed Woman Education Officer (French) at Queen's College, Lagos, Nigeria. The school is all-African, part day and part boarding, for some 30o girls from all over the Federation. The appointment was for two institutional tours of nine to ten months each starting in September. 31 MRS. BRODY, B.A.


(1956), was appointed Senior Geography Mistress at Lady Margaret School, Parson's Green, London, from September. E. M. GIBSON, B.LITT. (1946), was appointed to the English Department of Eastbourne College of Education as Senior Lecturer. MRS. GORDON-THOMSON, M.A. (Jill Gleadall, 1955), is a teacher of History and English at the Bantu High School and Training College, Eshowe, Zululand. Her husband resigned his job in Johannesburg at the end of 1964 and they moved to Zululand where he has been appointed Assistant to the Managing Director of a Sugar Estate Company. MRS. GORRIE, M.A. (L. C. Mackintosh, 1947), who had been teaching English, part time, at the Twickenham College of Further Education, went to live in Edinburgh at the end of August. S. A. GREEVES, B.A. (1958), is taking the course for the Diploma in Education for teaching English as a Foreign Language at the University of London Institute of Education for the year 1965-6. MRS. HARDIE, M.A. (P. M. C. Uhde, 1946), was appointed a part-time lecturer in Liberal Studies in 1963 and a supply lecturer from 1964, at the North Gloucestershire Technical College, Cheltenham. Since 1963 she has been on the Science Staff, part time, at the Ladies' College, Cheltenham. MRS. HART, B.A. (M. A. Powell, 196o), has been teaching French at Westcliff High School for Girls since September. MRS. HEMMING, M.A. (J. M. E. Fortescue-Foulkes, 1942), does part-time (sporadic) cartographical work for the Anti-Locust Research Centre in London. A. K. HENRY, B.A. (1961), was appointed an Assistant Lecturer in English at Queen Mary College, London. CECILY HORNBY, M.A. (1935), was appointed Psychiatric Social Worker at Woodberry Down Child Guidance Unit, London, from June. MRS. HUBER, B.SC. (A. L. Mayer, 1952), is a Research Associate in Nutrition at Harvard School of Public Health, Boston, Mass., U.S.A. P. F. HULL, M.A., B.M., B.CH. (1953), was appointed Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at Northampton General Hospital. D. M. JAMES, M.A. (1943), was appointed Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at Brighton College of Education from September. W. R. JAMES, B.A., B.LITT. (1959), was appointed, in 1964, Lecturer in Social Anthropology at the University of Khartoum, with Field Research as part of the appointment. S. A. JAMESON, M.A. (1956), was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Classics at Royal Holloway College, London. MRS. JOHNSON, M.A. (H. J. M. Annett, 1936), is doing voluntary work in the Mental Health field. She is a guide at the Rothschild Collection at Waddesdon Manor. MRS. KEENE, B.A. (G. M. Lawrance, 1961), was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Philosophy at University College, London. MRS. LADD, B.A., B.M., B.CH. (E. S. Priddle, 1955), was appointed Assistant Medical Officer of Health for the London Borough of Lewisham, from April. She obtained the Diploma in Child Health (R.C.P. and S.) in March. v. J. LANGTON (1944) is Archivist to H.M. the Queen at Windsor Castle. MRS. LIGHTFOOT, M.A. (H. A. Paling, 1955), is a part-time teacher of Spanish at Loreto College, Manchester. Y. A. GABELL, B.A.

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G. A. P. MABERLEY, M.A. (1956),

was appointed Deputy County Youth Employment Officer for the West Riding of Yorkshire in October 1964. MRS. MACMILLAN, M.A. (C. F. Spurgin, 1950), moved to Durham in September, where her husband is a lecturer at Bede College. L. E. mArrHEws, M.A. (1948), was appointed English Tutor at St. Mary's Tutorial College, Guildford, in January. MRS. MAYS, M.A. M. F. Koenig, 1956), was appointed to an Instructorship in English Literature at the University of Toronto. A. V. MENKES, B.A. (1962), is editorial assistant at the publishing firm, Studio Vista. MRS. MOULTON, M.A. (E. M. Brown, 1927), has settled at Horspath, near Oxford, since her husband retired from Zambia in May. G. M. MORTON, M.A. (1923), moved to Cambridge when she retired. MRS. NICHOLLS, B.A. (S. M. Fernyhough, 1947), was appointed to the staff of Chosen Hill School, Churchdown, Gloucester. MRS. OVEY, M.A. (E. R. Eade, 1945), has been teaching Religious Knowledge, part time, at the Grammar School for Girls, Southampton, since September 1964. She obtained the London University Diploma in Theology in 1964. MARGERY F. PERHAM, M.A., D.LITT. (Honorary Fellow, 1914), was made a Dame Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, 'for services to the development of new countries in Africa', in the Birthday Honours. MRS. PESTIEAU, M.A. (C. A. Reynolds, 1958), has been a part-time lecturer in Economics, College de St. Laurent, Montreal, since September 1964. MRS. POWELL, M.A. (Margaret Williams, 1948), has been teaching Mathematics at Wychwood School, Oxford, since September 1964. J. H. PROSSER, B.A., B.SC. (1957), was appointed Chemistry teacher at l'Ecole Internationale, Geneve, from September. H. M. C. PURKIS, M.A. (1940), was appointed an Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia. D. C. PYETT, M.A. (1957), has been accepted as a candidate for a year's exchange teaching in U.S.A., 1966-7. (State not yet known.) A. H. REDMAYNE, M.A., B.LITT. (1955), was awarded a research and travel grant of the British Institute of History and Archaeology for research in East Africa. MRS. REID, B.A. (A. B. T. Smith, 1960), was appointed an Assistant History mistress at Roedean School, Brighton, from September 1964. j. M. RICKETT, B.A. (1961), who obtained a Diploma in Education, Cambridge University, in June, was appointed Music Mistress at Headington School, Oxford, from September. MRS. RIVETT, M.A., B.M., B.CH. (J. D. Peacock, 1951), has worked as a Registrar in the department of Morbid Anatomy and Histology and in the department of Cytology of the Pathology Laboratory of the Royal Bucks. Group of Hospitals, situated at Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury, since October 1964. G. M. ROBERTS, M.A., B.M., B.CH. (1954), was appointed Registrar in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, King's College Hospital Group, London. MRS. ROBINSON, B.A. (A. S. Duff, 1962), emigrated with her husband to Brazil in October. MRS. ROWLINSON, M.A., B.SC. (E. M. Hunter, 1948), was appointed part-time Lecturer in Mathematics at McGill University in September, and completed her Ph.D. in Mathematics at McGill in October. (

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teaching at Addey and Stanhope School, New

Cross, London. (1958), who was appointed an Assistant Keeper at the British Museum from December 1964, is working on classification of the National Reference Library of Science and Invention. E. A. SENIOR, B.A. (196o), who finished her course for the Diploma in Education at Oxford in June, was appointed Assistant Classics mistress at the Ladies' College, Cheltenham, from September. MRS. SHORT, M.A. (C. M. Hill, 1944), has been working as a part-time archivist in the Archives Department of the Sheffield Central Library. MRS. SIMMS, B.A. (Helen Moss, 1921), was appointed a part-time Tutor with the Westminster Tutors. SISTER MARY FRIDESWIDE, M.A. (M. N. Hensman, 1925), left South Africa, where she had been teaching at St. Mary's Diocesan School for Girls, in October 1964 and flew to India where, in April 1965, she was installed as Sister Superior of St. Mary's School, Poona. Both schools are run by the Community of St. Mary the Virgin, Wantage. At Poona, it is an Englishmedium school of about 600 girls of all races, castes, and creeds. The Community has a Provincial Mother House in Poona, a Hospital, a Marathispeaking school with two hostels attached and a home and school out at Yerandavna for destitute children. DR. HONOR SMITH, M.A. (Research Fellow, 1947), was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians. S. H. S. SMITH, M.A. (1935), is practising Law in New Zealand, where the profession is fused, and so she practises both as barrister and solicitor. She is an Executive member of the National Council of Civil Liberties; a member of the General Council of the Marriage Guidance Council (Wellington); and legal member of the Advisory Panel of Stepping Stones, Inc. (a community group formed to help mental patients). Her daughter is now in her third year at Victoria University of Wellington. MRS. STONHAM, B.A. (Catherine West, 1931), retired from teaching. MRS. STRAWBRIDGE, M.A. (Stella Hassid, 1942), resigned her part-time teaching post at St. Luke's Secondary Modern Boys' School, Maidenhead, at Christmas 1964. MRS. TARROW, M.A. (S. R. Fellows, 1958), returned to Berkeley, California, in January, after a year at the British Institute in Rome, and was appointed a research Assistant, Child Development Study, at the Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Oakland, California, in April. She left to go to Connecticut, where her husband is Assistant Professor in Political Science at Yale University, in July. MRS. THORNLEY, B.A. (Helen Pugmire, 1962), was appointed as an organization and methods Assistant at English Electric Co., Ltd., at Stafford, from August. MRS. THORPE, B.A. (Angela Crabtree, 1959), has been working for the Ministry of Defence in London since August 1963. MRS. TOZER, M.A. (J. C. Morland, 1948), was a part-time teacher of English at Ribston Hall High School, Gloucester, from September to December. She moved to Wolverhampton where her husband took up an appointment on I January 1966. M. P. VAULK, M.A. (1940), left for Addis Ababa in August, where she is teaching at Nazareth School.

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(1933), was appointed Headmistress of Bedford High School, from 1 September. A. E. WARD, M.A. (1956), was appointed Head of the History Department at South Park High School, Lincoln, from September. M. G. WATKINS, M.A. (1924), who retired from the headship of Bedford High School on 31 August, hopes to spend a year or so abroad. PROFESSOR M. E. WHITE, M.A. (1930), of Trinity College, Toronto, spent part of the Michaelmas Term at Oxford as the holder of a British Commonwealth Fellowship. MRS. WOLFE, M.A. (M. A. Hart, 1947), now lives in Edinburgh, where her husband is Professor of Economics at the University. MRS. WOODHOUSE, M.A. (S. A. Smith, 1953), was appointed Head of the History Department at Lawnswood High School, Leeds, from September. MRS. WRIGHT, M.A. (Ethel Portsmore, 1929), was appointed part-time Medical Social Worker at the West Middlesex Hospital. E. A. YOUNG, M.A. (1950), returned to the Ministry of Defence from a posting to the British High Commission, Lagos. MRS. ZUCKERMANN, B.A. (J. P. Leedham, 1957), was appointed Assistant Professor in English at Randolph-Macon College, Lynchburg, Virginia, U.S.A. E. K. WALLEN, M.A.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR POSTGRADUATE WORK THE B.F.U.W. and the I.F.U.W. offer each year for competition amongst members certain Scholarships and Fellowships that enable the holders to undertake research work abroad, mostly for an academic year, or occasionally for a shorter period to complete a piece of work; there is also available each year a Scholarship at Crosby Hall, the B.F.U.W.'s Club House in London. Particulars may be obtained from: The Secretary, British Federation of University Women, Crosby Hall, Cheyne Walk, London, S.W. 3.

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E. Barber (1907) G. M. Barker (1922) N. Barrows (1926) Mrs. Bawden (L.-A. Davies) (195o) M. P. M. Beasley (1913) E. M. Beer (1935) Mrs. Behr (T Zakharoff) (1937) I. D. Bennett (1900) Mrs. Bentley (L. Ash) (1897) Mrs. Berrie (W. Knox) (1926) Mrs. Bingham (B. L. Corbitt) (1931) Mrs. Birkett (A. B. Disney-Roebuck) (1929) A. H. Bishop (1932) R. Blamire Brown (1898) Mrs. Boavista (M. E. H. Campbell) (1939) Mrs. Boone (V. A. G. Smith) (1914) Mrs. Bostock (A. Sissermann) (1940) J. Y. Boydell (1942) Mrs. Brooks (H. A. E. French) (193o) Mrs. Brown (B. M. Goss) (1926) Mrs. Brown (P. Hatton) (1926) Mrs. Brown-Wilkinson (M. T. G. Abraham) (1914) M. M. Bulkeley (1896) M. Bull (1950) Mrs. Burgess (P. A. Whitehorn) (1950) H. M. Burridge (1915) Mrs. Campbell (D. E. Owen) Mrs. Caplan (T. Finkelstein) (1935) Mrs. Carey (M. Prosser) (1933) Mrs. Carmichael (M. James) (1926) Mrs. Chambers (D. Matthews) (1931) M. P. Ciantar (1940) J. E. Clarke (1925) A. Clifford (1934) Mrs. Clutton Brock (H. M. Thrupp) (1925) E. M. Coe (1928) Mrs. Collard (J. F. Robertson) (1942) Mrs. Conder (M. D. Tull) (1935) L. Coombes (1898) Mrs. Cooper (K. Dixon) (1937) Mrs. Coulson (V. C. Lamb) (1952) A. C. Creed (1950) Mrs. Cryer (C. M. Clarkson) (1927) Mrs. Culloty (M. Clark) (1934) Mrs. Cutter (E. H. Thorpe) (1931) Mrs. Daitz (1949) Mrs. Daubeny (E. Gore) (1889) Mrs. Davies (M. P. Holt) (1929) M. P. Davis (1938) Mrs. Dawes (D. Townend) (1936) F. Dawson (1926) 36


Mrs. Dawson (J. Biles) (1951) Mrs. Day (L. Stockley) (1947) Mrs. Denny (V. A. Wylie) (1950) E. N. Denton (1918) Mrs. Dernis (H. R. Clarke) (1928) Mrs. Dickinson (M. B. Philips) (1925) Mrs. Dixon (E. L. P. Serocold) (1922) M. M. Doss (1947) Mrs. Dougherty (R. Sykes) (1931) Mrs. Dover (M. Whitfield) (1910) K. P. Drake (1947) Mrs. Duerden (R. Seaman) (1945) Mrs. Duggan (L. H. M. Hill) (1923) Mrs. Dunmore (Betty Smith) (1946) G. A. B. Edmonds (1923) Mrs. Elliott (B. Holland) (1944) Mrs. Eriksson (P. C. Bourne) (1927) Mrs. Ertz (F. Ward) (1892) Mrs. Everard (M. N. J. Massey) (1951) Mrs. Faldo (J. Grosvenor) (1922) R. Farnell (1904) M. Farson (1947) H. M. Fear (1896) Mrs. Felkin (J. Chapman) (1915) W. M. Fieldsend (1955) Mrs. Finn (W. Hesketh Wright) (1930) W. J. Forrest (1914) F. M. Fox (1903) I. D. Free (1922) A. Freeman (1901) E. H. Fyleman (1931) Mrs. Gabell (P. Guimaraens) (1924) W. E. Gare (1918) Mrs. Gent (A. H. Low) (1953) Mrs. Godwin (E. J. Hackshaw) (1924) R. H. Gordon (1903) E. Graham (1909) E. H. G. Gratton (1894) H. Green (1937) Mrs. Green (B. Mott) (1925) Mrs. Green (D. B. Fridjhon) (1954) Mrs. Griffin (P. F. Peters) (1944) R. Hamilton-Gordon (1903) Mrs. Handforth (J. Tresise) (1937) S. Harbottle (1936) P. Hardcastle (1931) J. 0. Harries (1938) Mrs. Harrison (R. E. Greenhill) (1923) I. R. G. Hart (1909) Mrs. Harward (J. Pape) (1928) K. A. Haslam (1937) 37


M. H. G. Hastings (1942) Mrs. Hatch (M. L. H. Stanes) (1927) 0. L. M. Hellmann (1927) K. A. Hills (192o) S. W. Hingley (1929) Mrs. Hodgess-Roper (V. H. Edwards) (1956) Mrs. Houghton (C. Joel) (1895) H. K. Hudson (1918) H. M. Hudson (1892) Mrs. Hunter (P. M. M. Tate) (1947) E. W. Hutton (1921) J. Jackson (1932) Mrs. James (C. Todd) (1931) E. Jewitt (1931) L. Joad (1938) G. A. Joel (1927) K. Johnson (1924) U. Johnson (1938) Mrs. Johnston (Z. Grey Turner) (1932) G. H. Johnstone (1919) G. E. W. Jones (1944) M. M. B. Jones (1941) Mrs. Jull (C. C. McDonald) (1925) Mrs. Kelly (R. G. Tupper) Mrs. Kent (B. G. Scott) Mrs. King (R. d'Entreves) (1951) P. Knights (1942) Mrs. Kryger-Larsen (P. MacLean) (1936) Mrs. Langston (E. A. Hunt) Mrs. Latham (P. Kirkby) (1927) M. G. Laurie (1922) D. M. Lee (1921) M. Lee (1932) Mrs. Leeper (E. G. Melly) (1903) Mrs. Leonard (L. M. Leonard) (1925) Mrs. Levett (D. M. N. Levett) (1899) Mrs. Lewin (S. L. Sturge) (1933) M. Lewis (1945) P. L. Libermann (1945) Mrs. Lindsay (H. E. P. Douglas) (1921) Mrs. V. Lossky (1952) D. N. Lovegrove (1935) Mrs. Lovell (B. M. Wardell) (1924) Mrs. Lubega (1955) F. H. McCall (1902) P. H. McGregor (1934) S. McKenzie (1933) Mrs. McVergh (E. M. C. Liddiard) (1941) B. M. Makepeace (1926) H. J. Marshall (1923) M. A. N. Marshall (19n)

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E. Mason (1935) Mrs. Mease (M. N. Webb) (1901) Mrs. Meyer (J. Dixon) (1937) D. F. Middleton (1909) E. K. Milner (1926) E. Mitchison (1935) H. N. Mitsotakis (1944) Mrs. Mold (P. J. Cox) (1915) D. E. Moore (1907) J. M. Mott (1949) J. M. Mumford (1946) Mrs. Munn (K. M. Reavenall) (1939) S. Nicholas (1950) M. Noble (1932) Mrs. Oake (M. H. E. Benson) (1922) A. M. Ogilvie (1923) M. S. Oswald (1935) E. F. Page (1942) D. Paige (1937) J. M. Parkinson (1933) M. Patton (1932) W. M. W. Paul (1915) Mrs. Pearce (C. E. Ingram) (1912) Mrs. Pearce (G. I. Barker) (1925) Mrs. Pearse (D. E. D. Raby) (1935) Mrs. Persitz (H. G. Skidelsky) (1930) Mrs. Phillips (E. E. Varley) (1915) Mrs. Potter (A. M. Early) (1938) Mrs. Potter (M. Ogilvy) (1930) F. T. Prichard (1916) Mrs. Raymond (K. M. E. Williams) (1920) M. P. Reekie (1932) M. H. B. Reynard (1932) E. W. Reynolds (1934) Mrs. Rimanek (E. M. Jay Brown) (1925) D. B. Riviere (1927) Mrs. Roberts (C. McF. Clark) (1933) Mrs. Roberts (G. N. Smith) (1905) N. M. Roberts (1929) A. K. Robertson (1925) M. B. Robinson (1890) E. S. C. Rogers (1922) M. E. Rose (1935) Mrs. Salmon (M. E. Barrett) (1934) B. J. Sanderson (1939) Mrs. Sandford Jenkins (P. Singleton) (1927) F. R. Saunders-Jacobs (1929) Madame Schricke (D. Doeheard) (1918) Mrs. Scott (M. Millington) (1944) M. M. Scott (1921) Mrs. Scott (M. L. M. Lowe) (1927)

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