ST. HUGH'S COLLEGE
CHRONICLE 1967-1968 Number 4o
ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
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
MISS M. J. SARGEAUNT, B.LITT., M.A. Hon. Secretary, 1966-8
MRS. J. HEMMING, M.A. 8 Guards Club Road, Maidenhead, Berks. Editor of the Chronicle, 1966-8
MISS E. LEMON, M.A. 17 Rawlinson Road, Oxford
CONTENTS OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION.
VISITOR, PRINCIPAL, FELLOWS, HON. FELLOWS, ETC. . REPORT OF THE FORTY-SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
THE PRINCIPAL'S REPORT
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GIFTS AND BENEFACTIONS
PRESENTATION TO MISS JACOBS GAUDY 1968
UNIVERSITY PRIZES, POSTGRADUATE AWARDS, ETC.
COLLEGE AWARDS .
GRADUATES FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES RESEARCH STUDENTS
THE JUNIOR COMMON ROOM
PUBLICATIONS NEWS AND APPOINTMENTS ADDRESSES REQUIRED
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The attention of members is drawn to: I. The coloured folder attached to this number. z. 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. DOROTHEA HELEN FORBES GRAY, O.B.E., M.A., F.S.A., SOC. 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, Vice-Principal. HON. HONOR MILDRED VIVIAN SMITH, O.B.E., M.A., F.R.C.P. (D.SC., M.D. LOND.), Research Fellow. PAMELA OLIVE ELIZABETH GRADON, M.A. (PH.D. LOND.), Official Fellow, Tutor in English Language, University Lecturer in Medieval English. AGNES PRISCILLA WELLS, M.A., Official Fellow, Treasurer. 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. VERA JOYCE DANIEL, M.A. (PH.D. LOND.), Official Fellow, Tutor in French, University Lecturer. JOYCELYNE GLEDHILL RUSSELL (MRS.), 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, Dean. THEODORA CONSTANCE COOPER, M.A. M.A. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Tutor in Economics, University Lecturer, Estates Bursar. EVA MYRTLE MAJOR, M.A., Official Fellow, Bursar. RACHEL FRANCES WALL, M.A. (M.A. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Lecturer in Politics, University Lecturer. AVRIL GILCHRIST BRUTEN, M.A. (B.A. BIRM., PH.D. CAMBRIDGE), Official Fellow, Tutor in English Language and Medieval Literature. JULIANNE ROUNTREE (M.A. EDIN.), Tutor in Philosophy. AUDREY JOAN BUTT, B.LITT., M.A., D.PHIL. (Additional Fellow). 5
Honorary Fellows JOAN EVANS, D.LITT.; D.LIT. (LOND.), HON. LITT.D. (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., HON. D.SC., 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., D.LITT., F.B.A., HON. LL.D. (ST. ANDREWS), HON. LITT.D. (CAMBRIDGE) AND 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.), D.SC. (CANTAB.), HON. LL.D. (GLASGOW), HON. D.SC. (MCGILL), F.R.C.P. (LOND.). THE RT. HON. MRS. BARBARA CASTLE, P.C., M.P., B.A. LADY EDITH WOLFSON.
Emeritus Fellows GERTRUDE THORNEYCROFT, M.A. ELIZABETH ANNIE FRANCIS, M.A. OLGA DELFINA BICKLEY, M.A.
Leverhulme Research Fellow KATHERINE ALISON RASPIN (B.A. CANTAB.)
Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research Fellow GILLIAN MARY PHILIPPA DRUMMOND (MRS.), B.A., B.MUS. CELIA SUSAN HANDS (MRS.) (B.A. MANC.)
Lecturers MONIQUE LAURENCE THERESE BARBER (MRS.), M.A., Lecturer in French. STELLA ANN CROSSLEY (MRS.), M.A., Lecturer in Zoology. ELIZABETH HELEN MERVYN THORNEYCROFT, M.A., Lecturer in Jurisprudence. MARY LUNN (MRS.), B.A., Shell Lecturer in Mathematics. HILARY FRANCES BROWN (MRS.), D.PHIL., Lecturer in Physiology. BARBARA MARY LEVICK, M.A., D.PHIL., Lecturer in Ancient History. JENNIFER CLARE GREEN (MRS.), B.A., Lecturer in Chemistry. LOUIS LYONS, M.A., D.PHIL., Lecturer in Physics. CLARE LAMPEL, M.A. CHICAGO, PH.D. COLUMBIA, Lecturer in Philosophy. ROSEMARY HILDEGARD SYFRET, M.A. (M.A. CANTAB.), English Literature.
Chaplain THE REVD. GEOFFREY LINDLEY, M.A.
Treasurer's Clerk MISS P. SMITH
G. A. EASTERBROOK
ANNUAL MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR MEMBERS
HE forty-second Annual Meeting of the Association of Senior Members, the first since the granting of the Constitution in 1966, was held in the Mordan Hall on Saturday, 24 June 1967, at 3 p.m., the President, Miss Sargeaunt, in the Chair. Twenty-eight members were present. The President called on the meeting to stand in memory of members who had died during the year. The President's Report. The President in her statement said that she was first of all most conscious of the honour of being elected to the chairmanship of the Association. A year had now passed, the Committee had met three times and had with great regret accepted the resignation of Miss Phyllis Hartnoll, who had gone to live in Dorset. Miss Brenda Cowderoy had been elected to fill the vacancy. No other changes were anticipated until 1968. Under the new Constitution fifty B.A.s who had matriculated before 1925 were offered life membership. It had also been agreed to treat 1966-7 as an experimental year as far as the Association's finances were concerned. Concluding her statement, the President spoke of the Building Fund Appeal and said that she believed another ÂŁio,000 was wanted, but more would be heard about this from the Principal, whom she then invited to make her report. The Principal's Report. The Principal began by saying that the result of the Building Fund Appeal was something that the Association could be proud of since half of the ÂŁ8o,000 has been contributed by Senior Members. The original appeal was for k oo,000, but even if there were no further windfalls the College would be able with economy to face the future stages with confidence. The number of students continued to rise and new appointments would be necessary; this year there were none, although two probationary Fellows were about to become full Fellows. It was not necessary, the Principal said, to recount all appointments of Senior Members or news about Fellows on sabbatical leave as these were always reported in detail in the Chronicle, but she went on to speak of undergraduate successes, of which the major one was the Charles Oldham Shakespeare Award, won by Ann Pasternak-Slater. The Leverhulme Fellowship was gained by Katherine A. Raspin, a chemist from Newnham College, Cambridge. This being a five-year grant from the Leverhulme Trustees to teach and carry on one's own research, meant choosing someone of real distinction, a difficult task with more than one excellent candidate. Miss Gillian Murray, the previous Leverhulme Research Fellow, has accepted a Fellowship and Tutorship. The Rawnsley Senior Studentship has gone to Miss Jadwiga wiakala of Cracow to study Polish Literature; the Yates Senior Scholarship to Miss Gerry A. C. Ten Kate of Amsterdam, and the Moberly Senior Scholarship to Miss Susan J. Baines, an historian from St. Hilda's College. The Principal then turned to the state of the College, which, she said, happily was flourishing. The second stage of the Wolfson Building was all but finished. She personally did not like the floor coverings chosen by the
architect, but all was up to date and no crises foreseen. Undergraduates were to move in in the Michaelmas Term, and it would be interesting to see which rooms they liked best. The third-year students had taken over New Building, but the Principal thought that Wolfson Building would turn out to be just as popular. It was built on the staircase principle, with six rooms per staircase and sets for two tutors and one lecturer, and would provide a tremendous addition to College amenities. Mr. Denis Wood had been employed as garden consultant, but the Principal assured the meeting that the Governing Body would take no notice, and in fact battle had already been engaged! It was her hope, however, that all would be in order when Princess Alexandra came to open the building next spring. There was resident accommodation for 2z undergraduates in the College, although this year there happened not to be 244 who wished to live in, but this was a temporary phenomenon. The total number was 27o, including fourth-year and some senior-status people. Owing to a shortage of University lodgings, the University Grants Committee had frozen the number at 270. The Principal went on to say that she thought she had been too obedient in the past, as the College had grown from 188 to only 270 in five years. She hoped the meeting would not be shocked to learn that the next stage would have to be considered fairly soon. The Franks Commission estimate of z,000 women students in Oxford by 1972 (the present number is 1,300) meant that there might have to be a step forward, although no further building appeal was anticipated. The money, she hoped, would come from the University Grants Committee. Extra staff would, however, be needed and plans might be laid for this, although it would not do to begin expanding at the same time that a new women's college might be built. Thus although we must think of the future, the Principal said, we can also look back to this stage as the culmination of real development in which our Senior Members have played a very big part窶馬ot forgetting of course the Wolfson Benefaction. Apart from the building, no other events or crises had occurred, although a notable occasion was the second Bickley Lecture given by Professor Mario Praz of Rome, on Tasso. The Principal concluded her report by referring to the tremendous backlog of work undertaken by Miss Beere in getting up to date all records of Senior Members. A punch-card system was being installed but on arrival some of the equipment was found to be broken so there had been some delay, but it was hoped that this machinery would in the long run prove highly labour saving. The President thanked the Principal for her account of progress gained and her look into the future, and wished the College and the Principal every success in the time to come. Miss Sargeaunt then reminded members that Miss Jacobs retired last year after ten years as Hon. Secretary of the Association, and she called upon Mrs. L'Estrange Malone to make a presentation to Miss Jacobs on behalf of all Senior Members.
Retirement of members of the Committee. It was agreed that this should be done by drawing names out of a hat.
Register of Senior Members. Miss Lemon told the meeting that with the 1969 Chronicle there would be sent a reminder of the fact that the Address List would be sent only on prior payment of five shillings. 8
Other Business. The President informed the meeting that the gift of a handwoven counterpane and table cloth had been received from Mrs. Bedi in India in lieu of a cheque for the Building Fund, and asked for suggestions as to how money might be raised by the sale of this. It was decided to put this gift on display at the next Gaudy. Miss A. C. Percival then told members that her year (1921) had clubbed together to buy a garden seat for the College which they hoped to present next year. Miss Sargeaunt ended the meeting by thanking the Principal for her hospitality, and members of the Committee and the Hon. Secretary for their support during her first year of office.
PRESENTATION TO MISS JACOBS
making the presentation to Miss Jacobs, Mrs. L'Estrange Malone said: 1 'You may be rather astonished to find me doing this, but the reasn is— I'm job-prone—I'm always on the street corner when the recruiting sergeant comes along. I remember when I first arrived here as an undergraduate I was immediately press-ganged into keeping the J.C.R. tidy for the whole of my first term. Nevertheless I'm very glad to have been recruited into this job today. We all know how much Miss Jacobs has done in the past ten years— willingly and unstintingly, a smiling welcome on the lawn at all Gaudies when it was always you she wanted to see. So will you please accept this token from us all, ever mindful of our debt to you ?' Mrs. L'Estrange Malone then handed Miss Jacobs a Book Token. In her reply Miss Jacobs said: 'May I, Madam Chairman, say one word of thanks to all my very dear friends, especially to those who, like Miss Wyld, have kept me feeling young! Thank you so much.'
GAUDY, 1968 HE St. Hugh's College Gaudy will be held from Friday, 5 July until Monday, 8 July 1968. The Gaudy Dinner will take place on Saturday, 6 July at 7.3o p.m. Dinner on Friday night will be informal. Invitation slips are enclosed with the Chronicle.
THE PRINCIPAL'S REPORT
Y 1966 report began with a reference to the opening of New Building in Trinity Term. It is therefore fitting to begin this year by carrying on the history of the expansion of the College by recording the completion of the Wolfson Building, made possible by a most generous donation of the Wolfson Foundation. Undergraduates were able to move in at the beginning of Michaelmas Term 1967. On this occasion there was not the crisis and emergency arrangements associated with the occupation of New Building. Needless to say, completion of the building was behind schedule, but there was a greater margin of time. Only the Bursar suffered from having to give up most of her vacation to the furnishing, and the undergraduates and the 9
tutors were able to move in on time. There is no doubt that it is a great success. The rooms and amenities compare very well with those provided in any new buildings in Oxford, while the curving faรงade looks well both from the garden and St. Margaret's Road. Wolfson Building is to be opened by H.R.H. Princess Alexandra on 14 May. The College can now provide resident accommodation for 244 undergraduates. The total number of those ready for a first degree is 272. Of these a number are Fourth Years or Mature students, who normally live out, and usually about a dozen Third Years wish to live out. It is therefore possible to provide rooms in College for all who want to live in. There has also been a development in the provision of accommodation for graduates, which for long has been the wish of the Governing Body. The College is the ground-landlord of the houses on the north side of Canterbury Road. The leases expire about 197o, and it has been possible to buy in the remainder of the leases of nos. II, 12, and 13. No. II is mainly used for teaching rooms for non-resident tutors and lecturers, with one tutor's set. Nos. 12 and 13 have been converted into Graduate Houses. On the ground floor of no. 12 is the Middle Common Room, a great improvement on the room in M.G.A. which was all that could be provided previously. The M.C.R. seems to be very pleased with it. In addition there are fifteen bed-sitting rooms for graduates. The hopes of the Governing Body that the establishment of a nucleus of graduate accommodation would be a stimulus to M.C.R. activities has been fully confirmed. There is a very active M.C.R. Committee, which has made a special effort to welcome graduates from other universities, and a link has been established with the B.N.C. M.C.R., by which there is a sharing of amenities and facilities in the two colleges. The completion of the Wolfson Building made it possible to complete the lay-out of the north-west corner of the garden. For this the Governing Body took the advice of Mr. Denis Wood of William Wood & Son Ltd., Taplow. His plan was one of severe simplicity, which is most successful. The two new buildings are surrounded by a large grassed area. It has been possible to retain some of the trees from the St. Margaret's Road gardens, notably a yew and a very fine laburnum, and other flowering trees and shrubs have been planted in the grass and against the building. A new rose bed has been planted along the pathway west of the library. The most notable academic event in the year 1966-7 was the second Bickley Memorial Lecture in Italian Studies. The College was very glad to welcome Professor Mario Praz of the University of Rome. His subject was Tasso, the title of the lecture being `Armida's Garden'. In Michaelmas Term, Miss Rosemary Syfret, M.A., was appointed Lecturer in English Literature. Miss Gillian Murray resigned her Leverhulme Research Fellowship to spend a year abroad on her research. In her place, Miss Katherine Raspin (B.A. Camb.), was elected for the remaining two years of the Leverhulme Fellowship. Mrs. Wood was on sabbatical leave in Michaelmas Term 1967, Miss Trickett in Trinity Term 1967, and Miss Wall was on special leave for the whole of the academic year 1966-7. Mrs. Drummond, Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research Fellow, was out of residence in Michaelmas Term 1967. Mrs. Hands, the second Elizabeth Wordsworth Junior Research Fellow, came into residence in Michaelmas Term 1967. In Trinity Term 1967, there were two Schoolmistress Students in residence, Miss S. Woodcock and Miss C. Thomas. TO
St. Hugh's had the distinction of providing the first woman officer of the Union Society when Janet Morgan was elected Librarian. That she took this in her stride is shown by the fact that she gained a First Class in Schools. The number of those reading for first degrees in Michaelmas Term 1967 was 272. Of these, 265 were undergraduates coming straight from school and seven were qualified for Senior Status or of mature years. Forty-four candidates are in residence reading for higher degrees, of whom 22 are Oxford graduates and 22 are graduates of other universities. Of these, 21 are candidates for a B.Litt., 3 for a B.Phil., 5 for a B.Sc., 9 for a D.Phil., z for Chemistry Pt. II and 4 for a B.M. Thirteen graduates of the College and 8 graduates of other colleges are taking diplomas. In the Final Honour Schools of 1967, there were seven First Classes : in English, E. N. Millett, E. A. Pasternak-Slater and B. F. Young; in Geography, V. Stewart; in Mathematics, P. Skellern; in Modern Languages (Spanish), S. Dow; in P.P.E., J. Morgan. Fifty-eight candidates were placed in the Second Class, twenty-one in the Third, two in the Fourth, and there was one Pass. In Classical Honour Moderations, I. A. Morris was placed in the First Class. In Mathematical Honour Moderations, E. Litherland and C. E. Pullin were placed in the First Class. K. M. K.
GIFTS AND BENEFACTIONS Legacy of ÂŁz,000 from the late Miss Marjorie Fowle for the endowment of
a Scholarship. Legacy of oo from the late Miss E. M. A. Tudor.
From Miss E. Daws, X5oo, to be used for improvements to the main building. From Mrs. Fortescue-Foulkes, Armorial Tapestry for Chair-Back. From Mrs. Gerard Tickell, books for the Library. From the Senior Members 1921-4, a garden seat. From the late Miss R. M. Compston, books for the Library and Rockingham China.
DEGREES, 1967 D.Phil. J. Crawford, Mrs. Herrman (G. W. Thompson). B.Litt. M. McCarthy, J. A. Duncan. B.Sc. S. Morris, Mrs. Dennis (J. Pearson). M.A. Mrs. Alpert (M. J. Taylor), D. Barnes, Mrs. Birch-Reynardson (P. M.
Humphreys), Mrs. Bradnum (E. M. Cresswell), Mrs. Brody (R. E. Kirkis), M. E. Colthorpe, Mrs. Dorling (P. Shannon), J. A. Duncan, Mrs. Esiri (M. M. Evans), Mrs. Freeman (E. A. King), Mrs. Gorton (0. M. Shapley), Mrs. Harrison (S. A. Hood), Mrs. Hinde (E. L. Montague-Jones), M. E. Isaacs, W. R. James, Mrs. Keep (C. J. Herbert), M. L. Lauterbach, Mrs. Mammen (J. B. C. Parker), The Hon. Mrs. Petre (M. G. Plumpton), B. C. Price, Mrs. Ronald (F. E. Lloyd), Mrs. Sanders (I. M. Townsend), Mrs. K. M. G. Shepherd; Mrs. Skidmore (J. Robinson), J. M. Skinner, R. J. Weare, A. J. Young. B.A. by Incorporation: M. E. McOwen. II
B.A. J. M. Atkinson, F. E. Bartlett, C. M. Beech, Mrs. Belton (C. R. Smith),
V. Berry, C. Bilverstone, Mrs. Birch-Reynardson (P. M. Humphreys), Mrs. Bowen (S. D. Dow), A. J. Brierly, E. Bromley, J. E. Brown, R. E. Castle, Mrs. R. C. Chesnut, V. V. R. Cohen, M. E. Colthorpe, L. E. Cook, J. 0. Crewdson, J. M. Cundy, E. Darkwa, Mrs. Dolan (E. U. Clark), Mrs. Dunn (S. D. Fyvel), S. W. Flaws, A. M. McG. Fletcher, M. Flitcroft, Mrs. French (S. M. Williams), S. V. Gilbert, Mrs. Gullacher (S. C. Scott), W. J. Glavis, G. S. E. Hall, G. Hallon, C. Harries, F. G. Harris, J. J. Heilpern, C. F. T. Henderson, D. R. Heywood, M. Hillman, Mrs. Hinde (E. L. Montague-Jones), C. M. Hopkins, J. J. Hornak, M. G. Hughes, S. Jackson, L. M. Jenking, M. E. Kempe, L. M. Knipe, P. M. E. Leatham, F. M. Lambert, M. S. McCollum, M. S. McDonald, Mrs. Mammen (J. B. C. Parker), K. Milner, J. P. Morgan, M. J. Morley, E. A. I. Pasternak-Slater, M. R. Perrens, K. Proctor, Mrs. Redington (V. M. Plumstead), E. D. Reiss, S. Reynolds, P. H. Robotham, Mrs. Ronald (F. E. Lloyd), M. E. Segall, L. Sen-Gupta, P. P. A. Skellern, C. E. C. Solomon, d. E. Soresen, Mrs. Sparke (C. J. Kuttner), A. B. Spears, S. M. T. Stephens, V. Stewart, M. F. M. Thomas, S. J. Townend, L. F. Tweddle, C. R. Walker, Mrs. Webb (E. P. Lewis), R. M. White, B. C. Wilkie, Mrs. Williams (L. A. Schaffer), M. A. Wilson, R. E. Wintle, Mrs. Worrall (K. A. Marley), B. F. Young, M. H. Young. University Undergraduate Awards A Violet Vaughan Morgan Prize: V. Veall. Post-Graduate Awards Major State Studentships: C. A. Barlow, S. J. Baines, F. G. Harris, E. N.
Millett, Mrs. S. Bowen, J. P. Morgan, E. A. I. Pasternak-Slater. S.R.C. Grants: M. Ashworth, C. M. Farmer, G. Garrard, Mrs. E. P. Jones,
H. A. Priestley. S.S.R.C. Grants: E. H. Evans, A. S. Jameson, J. L. Stanworth. College Awards and Prizes To Rawnsley Studentship: J. witalrala (M.A. Cracow). To Moberly Senior Scholarship: S. J. Baines, B.A. (History). To Yates Senior Scholarship: G. A. C. Ten Kate (B.A. Amsterdam). First Hurry Prize: E. A. I. Pasternak-Slater. Second Hurry Prize: J. P. Morgan. Elizabeth Wordsworth Essay Prize: First: J. E. Annas ; Second: K. V. Wilkes. Hilary Haworth Prize: C. E. Bastie. Special College Prizes: E. N. Millett (Specially Commended), Mrs. S. Bowen,
P. P. A. Skellern, V. Stewart, B. F. Young.
HONOUR EXAMINATIONS, 1967 Literae Humaniores
Class II: J. M. P. Dodd, H. P. Munns, M. F. White. 12
Class I: P. P. A. Skellern. Class II : F. E. Bartlett, J. E. Brown, C. D. Field, J. J. Heilpern, D. A. K. Hoare, L. M. Knipe, M. J. Morley. Class III : S. M. T. Stephens. Natural Science
Physics. Class II: A. B. Spears. Chemistry. Part I: J. M. Cundy, C. R. Walker; Part II: Class II: A. B. Hale, L. P. Wilson. Animal Physiology. Class II : G. S. E. Hall, M. L. Woodrow; Class III : Claire Harries. Zoology. Class III : C. M. Hopkins, Sarah Reynolds. Jurisprudence
Class II : Gayle Hallon. Class IV: S. C. Gwyer. Modern History
Class II : C. A. Dodgson, M. S. McCollum, K. A. Marley, Karen Proctor, P. H. Robotham, B. C. Wilkie. Class III : Eleanor Darkwa, Margaret Flitcroft, B. F. Little, M. H. Young. Theology
Class II: Carol Bilverstone, M. A. Wilson, Ruth Wintle. Oriental Studies
Class II: Mrs. R. M. C. Chesnut (Hebrew with Aramaic and Syriac). English Language and Literature
Class I: E. N. Millett, E. A. I. Pasternak-Slater, B. F. Young. Class II : Eileen Bromley, W. J. Glavis, F. G. Harris, Lady Selina Hastings, E. P. Lewis, Jennifer Moss, P. A. Parkin, M. F. M. Thomas, S. J. Townend. Class III: C. F. T. Henderson, M. V. James, Mrs. E. D. Reiss. Modern Languages
Class I : S. D. Dow (Span.). Class II: C. A. Atthill (Fr. and Ital.), P. A. J. Barber (Germ. with distinction in colloquial use), A. M. M. Fletcher (Span. with distinction, and Fr.), Mary Gayford (Span. and Fr.), M. G. Hughes (Fr.), P. M. E. Leathem (Fr.), A. C. Littler (Fr. with distinction), Katharine Milner (Germ. and Fr. with distinction), E. M. Pope (Fr. and Germ.), L. F. Tweddle (Fr. with distinction), M. J. Wootton Woolley (Span. and Fr.). Class III : E. V. Clark (Fr.), S. A. Shortland (Fr. and Ital.). 13
Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Class I: J. P. Morgan. Class II : Malavika Chandra, S. C. Lake, Lipika Sen-Gupta. Class III: S. K. Aung Sang, S. V. Gilbert, Isobel Johnston, M. R. Perrens, V. F. Wild. Class IV: A. J. Brierley.
Geography Class I : Vivien Stewart. Class II : C. M. Beech, S. W. Flaws, D. R. Heywood, M. E. Kempe, S. C. Scott. Class III: S. E. Bucknell.
Psychology, Philosophy, and Physiology Class II : J. M. Atkinson (Psychol. and Phil.), V. V. R. Cohen (Psychol. and Phil.), S. E. Owen (Psychol. and Physiol.). Music Class III : Susan Jackson, F. M. Lambert.
Honour Moderations: Classical Class I: I. A. Morris. Class II: J. E. Edmonds, C. F. Harvey, Pamela Smouha. Class III: M. P. Nelson, J. S. Portrait. Class IV: V. C. Clark.
Honour Moderations: Mathematics Class I : F. E. Miller, C. E. Pullin. Class II : V. K. M. Ackroyd, Susan Chinn, M. J. Fanning, Esther Litherland, Judith Pryce, P. F. Tate.
Honour Moderations: Biochemistry Class II: D. J. Fairman, C. J. Raggatt.
Honour Moderations: Physics, Mathematics, and Engineering Science Class II: Patricia Fenlaugh. Class III: A. M. L. Firth.
Diplomas in Economics and Political Science: M. J. Denby. European Archaeology: M. R. Luscombe. Social and Administrative Studies: J. P. Morgan, Stephanie Morris, K. L. A. Oliver.
Theology: S. K. Armitage. 14
MATRICULATIONS, 1967 Scholars: CATHCART, HEATHER ELIZABETH
(Irene Shrigley Scholarship) (History), Clare-
mont School, Esher, Surrey. (D. M. Smith Rippon Scholarship) (Classics),
CHARDIN, CLARE JOSEPHINE
Ursuline High School, Ilford. (D. M. Smith Rippon Scholarship) (Classics),
CLARKE, JOSEPHINE SUZANNE
The Blyth School, Norwich. FAWCETT, MARGARET ELIZABETH
(D. M. Smith Rippon Scholarship) (Classics),
Central Newcastle High School, G.P.D.S.T. (jubilee Scholarship) (Physics), City of Cardiff
GIDDY, MARGARET ANN
School for Girls. (Hodgson Scholarship) (English), Haberdashers'
HADDON, JENNIFER MARY
Aske's School, West Acton. JACKSON, SALLY ELIZABETH
(Nuffield Scholarship) (Chemistry), Harrogate
Grammar School. (D. M. Smith Rippon Scholarship) (Classics), Roedean School, Brighton.
WALSH, HENRIETTA MAY CONNAUGHT
Exhibitioners: (Old Students' Exhibition) (History), St. James's
BOVEY, SUSAN KATHARINE
School, West Malvern. COLEMAN, ANGELA JAYNE
(Hodgson Exhibition) (English), Oxford High
School, G.P.D.S.T. FILTNESS, GILLIAN LESLEY (Gamble
Exhibition) (Physics), Sutton High School,
G.P.D.S.T. GOFF, JUDITH ANN
(Gamble Exhibition) (Classics), Commonweal Lodge
School, Purley. GROSS, RUTH
(Nuffield Exhibition) (Physics), Clifton High School for Girls,
Bristol. HOPE, SUSAN MARGARET
(Gamble Exhibition) (Geography), St. Swithun's
School, Winchester. JARVIS, BARBARA CHRISTINE
(Yates Exhibition) (Theology), King Edward VI
Grammar School for Girls, Birmingham. MATHIESON, JOAN MORTON
(Gamble Exhibition) (Mathematics), Manchester
High School for Girls. MEADOWS, KATHRYN ANN
(Gamble Exhibition) (History), King Edward VI
Grammar School for Girls, Birmingham. PEELING, JANET
(Gamble Exhibition) (Mathematics), Brighton and Hove
High School, G.P.D.S.T. WHITELEY, MARSALI JANE ELISABETH (Gamble
Exhibition) (Classics), Inverurie
Academy. Commoners: AIRD, HEATHER MARGARET (Geography), Oxford High School, G.P.D.S.T. ANDERSON, CAROLE ALEXANDER (P.P.E.), Kirby Lodge, Little Shelford,
Cambridge. ASHER, CLARE (Geography), St. Paul's Girls' School, London. BALL, SUSAN MARY (jurisprudence), St. Bernard's Convent, Radnage. IS
BARTON, CHRISTINE ELIZABETH
(English), King Edward VI High School for
Girls, Birmingham. BLAMPIED, ANNETTE NORA (History), Hautlieu Grammar School, Jersey. BRENNAN, JUDITH MARIE (English), Notre Dame High School, Sheffield. BUTT, REHANA (P.P.E.), University of Delhi. CARPENTER, MARGARET JANE (Botany), Brighton and Hove High School,
G.P.D.S.T. CHEESBROUGH, MARY RUTH (History), Eastbourne Girls' High School. CHISWELL, FRANCES ELIZABETH (Physics), Sutton High School, G.P.D.S.T. COMELY, SUSAN ANN (Modern Languages), Monmouth School for Girls. COOK, ELIZABETH ROSEMARY (English), Brighton and Hove High School
G.P.D.S.T. COOPER, FRANCES HELEN (Mathematics), University of Toronto. COOPER, JENNIFER ROSEMARY (English), Francis Holland School, London. DAVIES, WENDY MARGARET (Theology), Wycombe High School, High
Wycombe. DE TRAFFORD, MARY ANNETTE
(English), Convent of the Sacred Heart,
Woldingham. DONNITHORNE, LESLEY MOIRA
(History), Kingswood Grammar School,
Bristol. DONOVAN, MARGARET CHRISTINE
(History), Lewis School for Girls, Ystrad
Mynach, Glamorgan. DRABBLE, MARY ANNE JULIE PHYLLIS
(Geography), Convent of the Sacred
Heart, Woldingham. ELBOURNE, SUSAN LYNDA (Mathematics), Benenden School, Cranbrook. EVANS, CYNTHIA DOROTHY (Theology), Prendergast Grammar School
Girls, London. FOGEL, SUSAN JENNIFER (English), Orange Hill Girls' Grammar School. GEE, ALISON MARGARET (History), Stafford Girls' High School. GORE, INGRID PATRICIA (Geography), Cheadle Hulme School, Cheshire. HAMILTON, JUDITH AGNES (P.P.E.), Notre Dame High School, Wigan. HANNABUSS, KAY MARGARET (Mathematics), Pate's Grammar School for
Girls, Cheltenham. HARLOW, LYNDA MAIR (MRS.) (P.P.E.), Ruskin College. HARVEY, CONSTANCE MYRA LOUISE (Medicine), Methodist College, Belfast. HOOK, KAREN ST. CLAIR (P.P.E.), St. Michael's Convent Grammar School,
London. JACKSON, RUTH LESLEY
(Geography), Heckmondwike Grammar School,
Yorks. JONES, ELIZABETH ANN
(Modern Languages), Ipswich High School,
KEMP, JACQUELINE (Modern Languages), Totton Grammar School, KENRICK, PENELOPE JANE (Botany), Queenswood School, Hatfield. KING, JENNIFER WENDY (Modern Languages), Dame Alice Harpur
LEAN, DIANA MARY (Physics), The Comprehensive School, Bridgend, Glam. LEWIN, DIANA RUTH (Modern Languages), Peterborough County Grammar
School for Girls.
LINEY, PAULINE SUSAN (Biology), Pontefract Girls' High School, Yorks. LITTLEJOHNS, SALLY ANNE (Mathematics), King Edward VI High School,
LUNKEN, CATHERINE ROSEMARY
(Medicine), St. Michael's Convent Grammar
School, London. MACKENZIE, SUSAN JANET DOUGLAS
(Geography), St. Leonard's School, St.
Andrews. MASON, SANDRA FRANCESCA HERMIONE (Jurisprudence),
St. Swithun's School,
Winchester. MAXWELL, ANNE JENNY JEANNE
(Modern Languages), Headington School,
Oxford. MITCHELL, ANGELA MARY SWAN
(Modern Languages), Lewes County Gram-
mar School, Lewes, Sussex. MOSS, CHRISTINE MARGARET (Chemistry), The Queen's School, Chester. MULLER, JENNIFER MARY (Animal Physiology), Godolphin and Latymer
School, Hammersmith. MUSKER, ELIZABETH MARGARET
(English), Broadway Grammar School,
Barnsley. NEWELL, LINDA JEAN (P.P.E.),
Cheadle County Grammar School for Girls,
Cheadle, Cheshire. PAYNE, JANET (History), Barnsley Girls' High School. PLIMSOLL, PATRICIA JANE (P.P.E.), Rosebery County
Epsom. POUNCE, ANGELA ROSEMARY (P.P.E.), Henbury School, Bristol. PRIOR, ANN (English), Oxford High School, G.P.D.S.T. PUSEY, ANNE ELIZABETH (Zoology), Oxford High School, G.P.D.S.T. PYKE-LEES, CELIA MARGARET (History), Wimbledon High School,
G.P.D.S.T. RICE, URSULA CATHARINE (Classics), School of S. Mary and ROSSITER, DAPHNE (Modern Languages), Lewis School
S. Anne, Rugeley. for Girls, Ystrad
Mynach, Glamorgan. RUSSELL, PRISCILLA DIANA (History), St. Audries School, RUTHERFORD, PAULINE JOY (Mathematics), The King's
Taunton. High School for
Girls, Warwick. SCOFFIELD, SHERRON JUNE (Biology), Ecclesbourne School, Duffield. SHARPE, JACQUELINE ANNE (History), The High School, Stamford. SHEW, TONI ANN (English), St. Michael's School, Limpsfield. SMITH, MARGARET IRENE (Modern Languages), King Edward VI High
for Girls, Birmingham. SWIRE, BEVERLEY DIXON
(Modern Languages), Wimbledon High School,
G.P.D.S.T. TEMPLE, ELIZABETH RUTH (English), Edgehill College, Bideford. THORN, FRANCES MARY (Music), Gardenhurst School, Burnham-on-Sea. TURNER, JUDITH (Music), Greenhead High School, Huddersfield. UNSWORTH, JENNIFER ANN (Mathematics), Queenswood School, Hatfield. VICK, SUSAN RUSSELL (Mathematics), Cheltenham Ladies' College. WAINWRIGHT, AVERELL AILSA PENELOPE (Zoology), Bolton School (Girls'
Divison), Bolton. WASI, JEHANARA (History), University of Delhi. WILSON, ANNE-MARIE (Jurisprudence), Talbot Heath
GRADUATES FROM OTHER UNIVERSITIES READING FOR RESEARCH DEGREES, DIPLOMAS, ETC. ASHWORTH, M. (B.Sc. Durham), D.Phil. (Mathematics). BERGE, L., MRS. (M.A. Berkeley), B.Litt. (Classical Archaeology). BLOOMFIELD, E. R. (B.A. McGill), B.Litt. (Education). CARRINGTON, J. N., MRS. (B.Sc. Otago), B.Sc. (Biology). CHEN, C-Y. (B.A. Taiwan), Diploma Prehistoric Archaeology.
eWIAKALA, J. (M.A. Cracow), B.Litt. (Polish Literature). EVANS, E. H. (B.A. Aberyst.), Diploma Social and Administrative Studies. HIRST, K. (B.A. Birm.), Diploma Social and Administrative Studies. KELLEY, K. R. (B.A. Bates), B.Litt. (History). MUMFORD, C. C. (Trinity Col. Music), Diploma Social Anthropology. ROBINSON, P. R. (B.A. London), B.Litt. (English). STANWORTH, J. L. (B.A. Mane.), Diploma Social and Administrative Studies. TEN KATE, G. A. C. (B.A. Amsterdam), B.Litt. (Theology).
DIPLOMAS IN EDUCATION BROWN, C. H. (B.A. Hull). BURTON, H. M. (B.A. London). LUFF, D. E. (B.A. Hull). SMITH, J. M. (B.A. Leeds).
RESEARCH STUDENTS (Term of admission in brackets) Board of the Faculty of Theology Probationer B.Litt. MARSHALL, S. S. (M 66); WILCOCK, R. V. (M 66). B.Litt. BARLOW, C. A. (M 65). Board of the Faculty of Medicine D.Phil. PATTON, V. M. (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Literae Humaniores Probationer B.Litt. FISH, V. E. S. (M 67); WILSON, V. A. (M 67). B.Litt. YAQUB, R. (H 64). D.Phil. INNES, D. C. (T 64); JACKSON, J. C. (M 63). B.Phil. BOLT, K. S. C. (M 66). Board of the Faculty of Modern History Probationer B.Litt. BARSLEY, M. E. (M 66). Board of the Faculty of English Language and Literature Probationer B.Litt. HANDS, MRS. (C. S. PRIESTLEY) (M 66);
(M 66). i8
MCOWAN, M. E.
B.Litt. COOK, V. A. (M 62); FINNIS, MRS. M. C. (M 64); PRATT, MRS. (A. L. M. SINNETT) (M 6I); WOODFORD, I. V. (M 65).
Board of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages Probationer B.Litt. STOLKIN, MRS. (j. M. F. WILLIS) (M 66). B.Litt. BARBER, MRS. M. L. T. (T 64); HALIKOWSKA, T. M. (H 66); MAXWELLBRESLER, F. A. (M 66); PRICE, MRS. (E. UTTENTHAL) A. M. K. (H 65). D.Phil. CLOSE, MRS. (E. A. CLARKE) (M 63).
Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies B.Litt. CORT, L. A. (T 67); UMER, Z. (M 65). Board of the Faculty of Physical Sciences D.Phil. CRACKNELL, MRS. (M. F. GRANT) (M 63); JACOB, E. P. (M 66); PATERSON, M. T.
ROUSSEAU, MRS. (S. H. MCCREA) (M 63).
Board of the Faculty of Biological Sciences B.Sc. BESWICK, F. M. (M 66); MAHMOOD, N. (M 66);
SULLENBERGER, P. E.
Board of the Faculty of Social Studies D.Phil. BALSHAW, H. A. (M 66). B.Phil. CUTHBERTSON, MRS. (B. A. SEAWRIGHT) (M 63). Board of the Faculty of Anthropology and Geography Probationer B.Litt. CARDALE, M. V. (H 67). B.Litt. AL SHAHI, MRS. (A. H. HIGSON) (M 65); JAMESON, A. S. (M 66); JONES, D. G. (M 65); MARTINEZ ALIER, V.
D.Phil. KITZINGER, MRS. (S. H. E. WEBSTER) (M 65); WRIGHT, K. (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Music D.Phil. DRUMMOND, MRS. (G. M. P. BURROW) (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Agriculture and Forestry B.Sc. WESTERN, A. C. (M 64). Board of the Faculty of Mathematics D.Phil. ASHWORTH, M. H. (H 67); DICKENSON, G. A. (M 63); LUNN, MRS. M. (M 65).
Committee for Advanced Studies B.Litt. ZAKI, MRS. N. (M 65).
J.C.R. REPORT FOR 1967 rr HIS year, the J.C.R., with many sighs of relief all round, have welcomed 1 the unofficial opening of the Wolfson Building, the staircase system being a much-appreciated innovation. After a couple of years of stagnation the Art Committee, under the chairmanship of Alison Birkett, decided to buy some originals now embellishing the 19
walls of the J.C.R., and they intend to continue this practice of buying original paintings and lithographs as investments, so that they may be sold later if the J.C.R. wants a change. The College Ball was held in Hilary Term as an experiment in order to try to avoid the competition of commems. in Trinity Term. It was a great success, the atmosphere in college being radically changed by purple and pink spotlights; and it made a profit of ÂŁ3o, much to everyone's surprise; we hope that the next Ball, again to be held in Hilary Term, will be as successful. As far as internal J.C.R. affairs are concerned there have been few changes, though 1968 promises to bring many more including a long sought-after signing-out-of-meals system. During 1967 the constitution has been revised and certain anomalies removed. Gentlemen guests may now also be brought into S.C.R. guest nights once a week, this move being appreciated by both the J.C.R. and S.C.R. We also greatly enjoyed the J.C.R. formal guest night which was held in Trinity Term, all credit due to Chef and his staff for providing such a magnificent menu. The activities of the Musical Society have been various and vigorous. A lecture-recital was given by Dr. John Caldwell in St. Hugh's Chapel on `Medieval organ music' in Hilary Term; followed later in the term by a talk on 'Folk Song' by June Boyce, an ex-music student at St. Hugh's. In Trinity Term two concerts were given in aid of St. Hugh's Building fund. One with items by Robert Codd on bassoon and Wendy Smith on piano along with items by St. Hugh's undergraduates; and the other performed in the Gardens given by members of St. Hugh's and Keble Music Societies. Also in Trinity Term Dr. F. W. Sternfeld gave a lecture on 'Shakespeare and Music'. The annual Carol Service was given by the joint choirs of Keble and St. Hugh's. The first-year geographers, thwarted by the outbreak of the Arab-Israel war, changed their original plans for making a geographical survey in the Lebanon to the safer land of Cyprus. In Michaelmas Term the J.C.R. voted to support the university's decision not to increase fees to overseas students and decided to donate to the University Independence Fund. They also voted to support the petition which was presented to the Privy Council at the end of Michaelmas Term. The petition is asking for changes in the disciplinary statute so that the onus for dealing with severe disciplinary cases should not just rest on the Proctors, who at the moment have to act as accusers, jury, and judge, but should be dealt with by a disciplinary committee. In connection with this, the Student Council is trying to make itself truly representative, so that it might, if possible, be recognized by the University as an authoritative student body expressing the majority of student opinion. Various members of the J.C.R. have been very prominent in University life. Notably Geraldine Jones, who having worked through the offices of Secretary, Treasurer, and Librarian of the Union eventually was elected by an overwhelming majority to be President for Hilary Term 1968. We wish her all the best. Others also became officials at the Union. Janet Morgan, who paved the way for Geraldine, by being the first woman elected to be an officer, and Caroline Harvey and Kate Barton both elected to the Library committee. In University politics St. Hugh's members have been active. Anthea Brown was President of the Liberal Club in Trinity Term. Caroline Walter was chairman of the Liberal party group in Trinity Term and also helped in 20
producing the petition previously mentioned. They and others from St. Hugh's took principal parts in the Oxford revue, produced by Geraldine, which they took to the Liberal Party Conference in September. The other political clubs were not neglected by St. Hugh's. Julia Annas being on the Democratic Labour club committee and Francis Hazleton was treasurer of the Communist club. St. Hugh's seems to have produced an extraordinary number of actresses this year. Almost every college production had a St. Hugh's member in a major or female role. The most notable being Francis Hazleton who won an Isis award for the most promising newcomer, and took a major part in Mike Rosen's award-winning play Backbone performed by E.T.C.; and Rhona Bower who has acted for O.U.D.S. Others who also played major roles in college plays were Rosi Dodd, Flavia Morrison, Tessa Lawrence, and Beverley Dobbs, whilst Nan Griffiths was secretary for E.T.C. Several J.C.R. people sing in S.C.O. and have been on tour with the choir, and many others sing in the Bach choir and college choirs. Many J.C.R. members have been on the committees of University Clubs, Anne Waller being the President of Oxford S.C.M. for 1967-8. We congratulate Patricia Wright on her exhibition of posters held at the Union. Many members appear at the week-ends in clothes covered with paint having been out painting rooms for the I.V.S. group, Ros Weatherall and Ann Keith both being on the local committee. Charlotte Lebon is secretary of the founding committee of Oxford Simon Group which has opened a Simon House, for destitute men in Oxford, run by volunteers from both the town and university. We particularly congratulate Ann Pasternak-Slater on winning the Charles Oldham Shakespeare Prize; and we congratulate both her and Elisabeth N. Millett on gaining Firsts in English Schools, as well as Barbara Young, Vivien Stewart, Pamela Skellern, Sally Bowen (nee Dow) and Janet Morgan for their Firsts in Schools. JUDITH TAYLOR
GAMES REPORT, 1966-7
HE sports season for 1966-7 has been a particularly successful one, and much enjoyed by all members of St. Hugh's who took part in both indoor and outdoor activities. Out on the field Chris Farmer captained the University Hockey team to win 3â&#x20AC;&#x201C;o against Cambridge, and there were three other St. Hugh's Bluesâ&#x20AC;&#x201D; Gina Bennett, Lesley Jenking, and Gillian Tattersall. Gina and Lesley both played for the WIVAB combined universities, and went on tour to Ireland in the Easter vac. The College team came joint second in Cuppers, losing to St. Hilda's. Jackie Pool was captain of the University Lacrosse team which beat Cambridge 7-5 with a sturdy St. Hugh's defence. The Blues were Jackie Pool, Mary Woodrow, Gillian Hall and Hilary Russell. Jackie and Hilary played for the WIVAB Southern Universities team and spent a week-end in Scotland for a tournament in St. Andrews. 21
The College provided four Blues for the Netball Team too : Margaret Flitcroft was the captain; Lynnette Wilson had been the previous year's captain; Anna Morris and Deb Fairman. The season was quite successful but the team lost the Cambridge match. This year was the first year that the team could not play on the St. Hugh's court because the gravel is dangerously loose. They used the Wychwood School court instead. Of the wetter sports, rowing was taken most seriously. Rosemary Bailey and Mary Dickie won their Blues in the University Boat, but Cambridge won the race. The sailing club is enthusiastically supported, but the only Cuppers race proved damp and disastrous for the College crew. There were no official swimmers this year. The Fencing Club has been doing very well and extending membership. Dione Wright and Sally Littlejohns are to be congratulated for coming second in the Reading Tournament, fifth in the Ladies Junior Foil, and second in the National under-2os Tournament. Other members of St. Hugh's who fence are Angela Pounce, Clare Chardin, Lesley Donnethorn, Katherine Meadows, and Joy Boenisch. Oxford won a very close Varsity match by I hit, 43-44. St. Hugh's had two representatives regularly playing in the University Squash Team: Mary White and Pauline Cernwell. Both played in the Varsity match and won their respective games. In the summer, seven St. Hugh's girls joined the University Tennis Club and took part in formal matches. They were Mary White, Jackie Pool, Jane Panton, Vicky Cohen, Mary Turnham, Sue Ridsdale and Caroline Harvey. The match against Cambridge, in which Mary White and Jackie Pool, both Blues, were to have played was cancelled because of rain. The College 1st VI lost to St. Anne's in the first round of Cuppers, but several friendly and less formal matches were played against other colleges during the term. On the cricket field Susan Styles, a Blue of long standing, was captain, and Lesley Jenking, also a Blue, was Treasurer of the Club. St. Hugh's seems to be living up to its reputation as a healthy college, providing a good balance between academic and sporting prowess. HILARY RUSSELL
OBITUARY On 16 November 1966, EDITH MARY ANNIE TUDOR, Commoner of the College 1905-9. Aged 79. On 6 December 1966, SOPHIA MARY SHEPPARD (née MARGOLIOUTH), Commoner of the College 1909-12. Aged 77. On 9 April 1967, DASIRAE MARY MABELLA EDWARDS-REES, M.A., Scholar of the College 1918-22. Aged 67. On 9 October 1967, ROSEMARY MARCIA COMPSTON, M.A., Commoner of the College 1919-22. Aged 67. On 25 June 1967, ENA MARY KNIGHT (née STANBURY), M.A., Commoner of the College 1926-9. Aged 59. On 28 June 1967, GLADYS LE MARE (née KEAY), B.A., Exhibitioner of the College 1931-4. Aged 54. 22
On 3o January 1967, JOAN ARUNDELL GAVED, M.A., Commoner of the College with Senior Status 1937-9. Aged 5o. On 6 November 1967, in a railway accident at Hither Green, VERONICA BRETTAND CHEVALLIER, B.A., Commoner of the College 1952-5. Aged 34. Early in 1967, in a motor accident in Canada, VERONICA ANN BRANDT (née ROBINSON), Commoner of the College 1962-5. Aged 23. The College has also received news of the death at a date not known of ALICE LEE WRIGHT (née BARKER), Member of St. Hugh's Hall 1888-91. ELFRIDA ALICE BOOTH (née GEE), B.A., Commoner of the College 1917-20.
ERONICA CHEVALLIER, who was tragically killed in the train accident at Hither Green, was one of the first Geographers who entered St. Hugh's after my arrival in 1951. She was a lively, friendly student, and she was an all-round geographer. She went into Shell when she first went down and enjoyed and profited from her work there. But she recently left Shell and at the time of her death was contemplating a career in Town and Country Planning. She enjoyed all aspects of Planning and her good sense and taste made her an extremely good person in the Planning world. She was a lively, cultivated young woman who had had a variety of experiences, and whose tragic death the country can ill afford. She had many friends amongst her contemporaries and several of them have offered the College a cheque to be used as a memorial for her. It is hard to think her gaiety and wit are no longer with us. M. M. S.
MARRIAGES CHRISTINE WENDY BARRON tO MICHAEL CHARLES SHARPLESS, on 28 October 1967. GILLIAN MARY PHILIPPA BURROW to ANDREW DRUMMOND, on I April 1967. ELIZABETH URSULA CLARK to CHRISTOPHER MARTIN DOLAN, on 29 July 1967. LINDA COPELAND to RAYMOND ANKRAH-DOVE, in Freetown, Sierra Leone, on September 1967. ELIZABETH ANNE CROMWELL to PETER READ (Balliol College), at Nunburnholme, Yorks. on 2 September 1967. STELLA MARGARET DEAN to J. E. PRICE, on 28 March 1964. JOYCELYNE GLEDHILL DICKINSON to DONALD A. RUSSELL, M.A., Fellow of St. John's College, Oxford, in St. John's College Chapel, on 22 July 1967. WINIFRED ANNA DORWARD tO J. D. S. HOLROYD, on 30 July 1966. SALLY DEALTREY DOW to GEORGE A. BOWEN, on 15 July 1967. PHILLIDA ANNESLEY WALFORD ERLEBACH to ANTONY WILLIAM HARRIS, in 1964. JUDITH CAROLYN MARY GROSE to SIDNEY FREEDMAN, on 2 September 1967. MARY ROSA HAMBLY tO DAVID LANCH, M.A., B.LITT. (Pembroke College, Oxford), at Bath Registry Office, on 18 June 1966. PENELOPE JOAN HEDLEY to NEIL GAMMAGE. CAROL GLESSAL JEX to JOHN DOUGLAS PEARCE (Magdalen
College), On 12 August
ELIZABETH PETA LEWIS tO DAVID JOHN WEBB, on 29 July 1967. JOANNA ELIZABETH LUCKING to JAMES STEWART ANDERSON (St.
College), in 1967.
KATHLEEN AVRIL MARLEY to MICHAEL FRANCIS WORRALL, on 29 July 1967. MARY PATRICIA MILES to CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM JOSE, on 21 December 1963. CAROLINE ALISON MILLS to SERGE ZVEGINTZOV (New College), at the Russian
Orthodox Church, Ennismore Gardens, London, on To September 1967. ELIZABETH LESLEY MONTAGUE-JONES to THOMAS G. HINDE, on z April 1966. MARGARET MOORE to JOHN FREDERICK MANN, M.A. (Trinity College, Oxford),
on 3o July 1966. HELEN PATRICIA MUNNS to JOHN FOSTER, on 5 August 1967. LUCIA NOEL PARKER to JUDGE HALLETT WHITE (Wesleyan University,
U.S.A.), at St. Michael's, Chester Square, London, on 22 April 1967. JENNIFER PEARSON to JOHN ALAN DENNIS, on 18 February 1967. JUDITH MARGARET RICKETT to NORMAN KEITH TOVEY (Corpus Christi College, Cambridge), at St. Mary and St. Martin's Church, Blyth, Notts., on 29 July 1967. DOROTHY ELIZABETH ANNE SCHUFTAN tO THION WIJEYARATNAM, at Richmondupon-Thames, on z8 July 1967. SUSAN COMPIGNE SCOTT to CURTIS GULLACHER, on 29 July 1967. CHRISTINE ROSEMARY SMITH to HOWARD DAVID BELTON, On 16 July 1966. MARY JOYCE TAYLOR to DAVID RUSSELL ALPERT, on 16 March 1967. ELIZABETH UTTENTHAL to JOSEPH LEVERING PRICE (Worcester College), on 23 June 1967. SUSAN MARGARET WILLIAMS to CHRISTOPHER PETER FRENCH, on 3o August 1966. JANET GLENYS WYNN WILLIAMS to MELVILLE CORRAN, at Bedford Registry Office, on 6 May 1967.
BIRTHS MRS. BEDELLS (M. E. Elkins)-a daughter (Alison Dawn), 23 October 1967. MRS. BEEDON (J. M. Riach)-a son (Alistair John), 16 May 1967. MRS. CANDY (D. R. Dolman)-daughters (Judith Helen), 22 March 1966,
(Jennifer Ruth), 17 September 1967. (A. G. G. Lloyd)-daughters (Nesta) November 1965, (Catherine) January 1967. MRS. EAGLESTONE (H. J. M. Greening)-son (Aiden Stuart), 2 December 1963, daughters (Catherine Fiona) io January 1966, (Paula Ruth) 22 April 1967. MRS. FLEMING (J. P. Wareing)-a daughter (Ann Elizabeth Sarah), 2 May 1967. MRS. GIBBENS (Jean Jopling)-twin daughters (Helen Elizabeth and Ruth Joy), 25 July 1967. MRS. GREEN (J. C. Bilham)-a son (Gavin), 7 November 1967. MRS. HABERLIN (R. Denson Dart)-a daughter (Elizabeth Ann), 5 May 1967. MRS. HAINES (C. P. M. Dight)-a daughter (Hilary Frances), I June 1967. MRS. HANSON (Margaret Clark)-a son (Paul Matthew), 19 September 1967. MRS. HARRIS (P. A. W. Erlebach)-daughters (Cressida) 1965, (Candida) 1967. MRS. HEAP (W. M. Owen)-a son (Richard Jeremy), 19 September 1966. MRS. KINNEAR (E. M. Preston)-a son (David), in September 1966.
MRS. LEDGER (P. R. Jones)-a son (David John), 3 May 1967. MRS. LELLO (S. E. Nash)-a son (Timothy William Angus). MRS. LOVATT (N. M. Blindell)-a son (Mark Francis), 20 April 1967. MRS. LOMAS (R. M. Higman)-a son (Andrew James), 24 May 1967. MRS. LYNCH (V. B. Ledger)-a son (Nigel Simon), June 1965. MRS. NATHAN (M. S. Galloway)-a son (Andrew David), 8 April 1967. MRS. OWEN (E. A. Vigar)-a daughter (Ann Bridget), 22 October 1967. MRS. PRICE (S. M. Dean)-sons (Matthew) 29 October 1965, (Benedict)
15 June 1967. MRS. ROWLINSON (E. M. Hunter)-a son (Mark Hunter), 4 March 1967. MRS. SAGLE (E. L. Blanchard)-a daughter (Leslie Elizabeth), 25 January 1967. MRS. YOUNG (Judy Vajda)-a daughter (Katherine), 7 October 1966. MRS. DAVIES (R. S. Signy)-a daughter (Sophie Rachel), aged 6 months, in August 1967.
PUBLICATIONS Mrs. P. Crampton, M.A. Stories of the Middle Ages, September 1966, and Stories of the Byzantines, September 1967, translated (and edited) from the French. Burke (Myths and Legends Series). 12s. 6d. each. Clelia and the Little Mermaid, translated from the German. AbelardSchuman, 1967. - No Easy Way, translated from the Norwegian. Abelard-Schuman, 1967. Bible for Children, with Songs and Plays, translated from the Dutch. Burke Books, 3os. September 1967. C. E. Crittall, M.A. Vol. viii of Victoria History of Wiltshire. O.U.P., J8. 8s. 1965, edited. E. M. Deuchar, M.A. The Biochemistry of Amphibian Development. Methuen Monograph, April 1967, 3os. Scientific articles. Margaret Greaves, M.A., B.Litt. Regency Patron: Sir George Beaumont. Methuen, 1966. 36s. Your Turn Next (An English course for lower Juniors). Methuen, 1966. (Six books zs. 3d. each. Teacher's Book 3s. 6d.) One World and Another (An English course for middle Juniors). Methuen 1967. (Three books, 4s. 6d. each. Teacher's Book 4s. 6d.) Jacynth Hope-Simpson, M.A. Escape to the Castle. Hamish Hamilton. 1967. 9s. 6d. Betty Kemp, M.A. 'Pledges, Patriotism, and the People' in Essays for A. J. P. Taylor. Hamish Hamilton, 1966. 42s. Sir Francis Dashwood, an Eighteenth-Century Independent. Macmillan, 1967. 37s. 6d. B. M. Levick, M.A., D.Phil. Roman Colonies in Southern Asia Minor, Clarendon Press, 1967, ÂŁ3. los. 'Imperial control of the elections under the early Principate : Commendatio, suffragatio, and "nominatio" Historia xvi (1967). `Drusus Caesar and the adoptions of A.D. 4', Latomus xxv (1966). Professor Ida Mann, M.A., F.R.C.S. Culture, Race, Climate and Eye Disease. Charles C. Thomas (Illinois), 1966. $21. 25
(Mrs.) P. Parsons, B.Litt. The Postilion has been struck by Lightning—Patricia Beer. Macmillan, 1967. 18s. (Mrs.) Margaret Potter, M.A. A Little Bit of Luck, by Anne Betteridge. Hurst and Blackett, 1967. M. J. Sargeaunt, M.A., B.Litt. American reprint of John Ford. Russell and Russell, 1966. (Mrs.) 0. L. Sayce, M.A. Poets of the Minnesang. Edited with Introduction, Notes, and Glossary. O.U.P., 1967. 65s. Patricia Thompson, M.A. Elizabethan Lyrical Poets (edition). Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967. (Mrs.) S. M. Wilson, M.A. Nine Dragons: An Encounter with the Far East, by Sally Backhouse. Hamish Hamilton, 3os., April 1967.
ARTICLES (Mrs.) Cecily Anderson, M.A., B.Litt. Ancrene Wisse and Katherine Group: A Lexical Divergence', Neophilologus 50 (1966), pp. 117-24. ' Sir Gawain and the Green Knight: Characterisation by Syntax', Essays in Criticism xvi (1966), pp. 361-74. (With G. R. Anderson), 'The Old Tannery', Aberdeen University Review xli (1966), pp. 161-73. `Byrhtnoth and Roland : A Contrast', Neophilologus 51 (1967), pp. 288-93. (Mrs.) M. A. Bax, B.Litt. 'Philip Quaque of Cape Coast', Africa Remembered. ed. P. D. Curtin (University of Wisconsin Press, 1967). (Mrs.) B. R. Bradbrook, D.Phil. 'T. X. alda-Karel Capek', Promeny. New York, October 1967, pp. 18-21. A. Matu,i'ka, K. Capek: Man against Destruction. Review, The Slavonic and East European Review, xlv, 104. January 1967, pp. 230–I. — 4 reviews in Books Abroad: Spring 1967, Summer 1967. 4 reviews in Promeny (New York): July 1967, October 1967. (Mrs.) J. H. Carter, M.A. 'The Style of a Tonga Narrative', African Language Studies, viii, 1967. `Tonga Morphotonology— a Development', Studia Africana, i, 1967. Review in Journal of African Languages. M. L. Cartwright, M.A., D.Phil., D.Sc. 'Almost periodic flows and solutions of differential equations', Proc. London Math. Soc. (3) 17, April 1967, 355-80. T. C. Cooper, M.A. Review of M. Edelman and R. W. Fleming : The Politics of Wage-Price Decisions, in Economic Journal, December 1967. A. K. Henry, B.A. ' The Castle of Perseverance: The Stage Direction at Line 1767', Notes and Queries, New Series, xii, No. 12 (1965), 448. 'Skelton's Magnyfycence and the Cardinal Virtue Tradition', by William 0. Harris (North Carolina University Press; London, 1965). Review Article in Notes and Queries, New Series, xiii, No. 8 (1966), 306. (Mrs.) Sheila Macdonald, M.A., D.Phil. 'Identical relations in a small number of variables', Proc. Internat. Conf. Theory of Groups, Austral. Nat. Univ. Canberra, August 1965, pp. 261-4. Gordon and Breach, 1967. (Mrs.) Ann Saunders, M.A. Technical Book Reviews in Industrial Diamond Review, 1967, V ol. 27 (317-25) (April–December), monthly publication. 26
R. F. Wall, M.A. The Times Literary Supplement, special number, 'New Ways in History', April 1966. Asia Reviews in History and English Historical Review.
H. M. Wallis, M.A., D.Phil. `Thematische Elemente auf friihen englischen Globen (1592-1900)' in V er off entlichungen des Staatlichen MathematischPhysikalischen Salons. Band 5 (1967), pp. 75-85. Also published in Der Globusfreund. Das II Internationale Symposium des Coronelli-Weltbundes der Globusfreunde, V om 8. Bis 10. Oktober 1965 in Dresden. nr. 15/16 (1966-7), pp. 75-85. 'The Influence of Father Ricci on Far Eastern Cartography', in Imago Mundi, vol. xix (1965), pp. 38-45.
TEACHING POSTS VACANT
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 1967 unless otherwise stated. The date after each name is that of entry to the College) MRS. ANKRAH-DOVE, B.A. (Linda
Copeland, 1961), who was a G.V.S.O. Teacher at Secondary School (Girls), Sierra Leone, from 1965-6 and a teacher under contract for a further year at the same school, was appointed a P.G.C.E. (Education in Tropical Areas) at the Institute of Education, University of London, for 1967-8. KAREN ARMS, B.A., D.PHIL. (1960), was appointed an Instructor in Biology at Stanford University, California. D. E. ASHHURST, D.PHIL., M.A. (1951), was appointed a Lecturer in the department of Anatomy, The Medical School, Birmingham. MRS. BAILLIE, M.A. (K. M. Cane, 1934), was temporary Assistant Librarian at Bishop Otter College, Chichester, 1965-6 and appointed a part-time teacher at Bishop Luffa Secondary School, Chichester, from September. C. A. BAKER, M.A., B.M., B.CH. (1952), entered into partnership with C. Jean McFarlane, F.R.C.S.(C.) in specialist practice in Winnipeg in January and obtained her F.R.C.S.(C.) in Obstetrics and Gynaecology in November. 27
PROFESSOR K. L. BALL, M.A. (1926),
Professor of Library Science in the University of Toronto, was awarded the Centennial Medal on the occasion of Canada's Centenary in recognition of valuable services to the nation. MRS. BRADBURY, M.A., D.PHIL. (H. S. M. Macpherson, 1951), was Editor of the Oxford Consumer, the quarterly magazine of the Oxford Consumer Group, 1966-7. MRS. BRADNUM, M.A. (E. M. Cresswell, 196o), was appointed head of the Religious Education Department at the Byng Kenrick Grammar School, Tile Cross, Birmingham, from September. MRS. CARRINGTON, M.A. (M. C. Robertson, 1929), retired in March from being Deputy Secretary to London University Appointments Board after nearly thirty years there. MRS. CARTER, M.A. (J. H. Wilkinson, 1947), was appointed Adviser to Women students at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London University, from the beginning of the summer term, and elected to the Academic Board of S.O.A.S. from the Autumn Term. She has been assistant Editor of African Language Studies for the past two years and has served on the Examination Board of S.O.A.S. for several yearsâ&#x20AC;&#x201D;University Examiner, Moderator, Cambridge O.S.C., and Associated Examination Board all in Shona. M. L. CARTWRIGHT, M.A., D.PHIL., D.SC., F.R.S. (1919), Mistress of Girton, will retire at the end of September 1968 and expects to go as Visiting Professor to Brown University, Providence, R.I., U.S.A., for about six months and then to the University of Warwick for a symposium for the remainder of the year. MRS. CASEBOURNE, B.A. (G. R. Baker, 1961), is a part-time tutor in English at University Hall, Buckland. M. M. CHATTAWAY, M.A., B.SC., D.PHIL. (1920), is hoping to be in England during the summer of 1968, making her headquarters with Peggy Marr (192o). M. E. COLTHORPE, M.A. (196o), was appointed a Group Officer of the John Hilton Bureau of The News of the World, which is based in Cambridge, from September. V. R. COHEN, B.A. (1964), was appointed Research Assistant to Dr. Arthur Melton in August and is doing research at the Human Performance Centre at the University of Michigan. MRS. CORRAN, M.A. (J. G. Wynn Williams, 1955), was appointed Press Officer, Department of Education and Science in 1965. J. O. CREWDSON, B.A. (1963), was appointed part-time lecturer at St. Mary's College of Education, Cheltenham, from September. E. M. DEUCHAR, M.A. (1945), has left University College, London, and spent a year studying Theology and Sociology at William Temple College, Rugby. MRS. EMERTON, M.A. (N. E. Bennington, 195o), will be moving to Cambridge in the summer of 1968 as her husband has been elected Regius Professor of Hebrew there. MRS. FENTON, M.A. (J. A. Clegg, 1954), will be moving to Cornwall early in 1968 as she and her husband have taken over the Crill House Hotel at Budock Water near Falmouth. MRS. FINCHAM, M.A. (Jill Cousins, 1944), was appointed to a Research Studentship at City University in the Department of Social Science and Humanities from September. She is now doing research into the development of firstdegree curricula in Sociology in English Universities. 28
A. M. MC. G. FLETCHER, B.A. (1964),
was appointed to a teaching Fellowship in the Department of Romance Languages in the University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A., for one year. D. I. FLETCHER, M.A. (1938), who has been in Nigeria, as Senior French Mistress at Queen's College, Yaba, Lagos, on a two-year contract since 1965 had the contract renewed for a further two years in June. R. A. H. FRANCIS, M.A. (1953), holds an appointment at the Language Laboratory at Brighton Technical College. MRS. FRIEDMAN, M.A., D.PHIL. (E. C. Richardson, 1954), was appointed Assistant Professor in the Mathematics Department of Quinnipiac College, Hamden from September 1966. 'This is a small liberal arts college with a student body of 2,000 living in the shadow of Yale.' MRS. GOLDMAN, M.A. (R. E. Taylor, 1934), was appointed Lecturer in English Language at Bolton College of Education (Technical). MRS. HABERLIN, M.A., B.LITT. (R. Denson-Dart, 1956), who has been a Lecturer in Geography at the University of Redlands and the California State College, San Bernardino, from September 1965 to December 1967, moved to San Francisco at Christmas, as her husband was transferred to the office of the U.S. Department of the Interior. M. B. HALL, M.A. (1924), retired from her post as Senior Lecturer in English at the F. L. Calder College of Education for Domestic Science, Liverpool, on 31 December 1966. A. E. HAMLIN, M.A. (1959), was appointed Assistant Lecturer in Medieval Archaeology in the Department of History, Exeter University, from October. A. K. HENRY, B.A. (1960), has been an Examiner for Cambridge 0 Level G.C.E. in English since 1965 and for Oxford A Level since 1964 and a Tutor in English Language on the Cambridge Extra-mural Board's Summer Course for foreign students each year since 1964. She was appointed a Lecturer on the History of Art for the University of Cambridge Extra-mural Board for autumn 1968. MRS. HOWL, B.M., B.CH. (E. M. C. Dyke, 1940), was appointed a J.P. for the County Borough of Wolverhampton in March 1966. G. M. JONES, M.A. (1952), has been Head of the Sixth Year at Kidbrooke Comprehensive School since 1964. MRS. KINNEAR, B.A. (E. M. Preston, 1961), has been a Lecturer in History at St. John's College, University of Manitoba, since September 1966. E. V. KIRKPATRICK, B.A. (1963), was appointed Assistant Scripture Mistress at Hodge Hill Grammar School, Birmingham, from September. MRS. LANCH, M.A. (M. R. Hambly, 1955), has been Senior Programmer with the University of London Atlas Computing Service since March 1964. RACHEL LAYNG, M.A. (1918), who retired in 1965 is now living in Guildford. C. A. LEA, B.A. (1962), has been working for Abel and Imray, Patent Agents, London, as a technical assistant since September 1966. L. L. LEWENZ, M.A. (1943), was appointed Headmistress of Nottingham High School for Girls. MRS. LYNCH, M.A. (V. B. Ledger, 1945), has been writing articles on Archaeology and History of Technology for Purnell's New English Encyclopaedia since 1965 and is also compiling half their dictionary. 1. F. V. LYNN, M.A. (1923), retired from teaching at Monmouth School for Girls in July.
MRS. LYONS, M.A. (S.
M. John, 195o), who taught French at evening classes at Gravesend Technical College from 1965-7, was appointed French Mistress at the Convent High School, Gravesend, from September 1966 and appointed part-time at St. George's C.E. School, Gravesend, from December 1967. M. S. MCDONALD, B.A. (1963), was appointed assistant English Mistress at Sutton Coldfield Girls' Grammar School from September. MRS. MACDONALD, M.A., D.PHIL. (Sheila Oates, 1957), was appointed Senior Lecturer, Department of Mathematics, University of Queensland, from February. FIONA MCKENZIE, B.A. (1956), who was working in Vienna for Encyclopaedia Britannica International Developments Division in the summer of 1966, became Assistant Editor, D. van Nostrand Co., London, in 1967. MRS. MACMILLAN, M.A. (C. J. Spurgin, 195o), was a part-time College Tutor at Trevelyan College, a new women's college in Durham, 1966-7. MRS. MANN, M.A. (Margaret Moore, 1957), is teaching at King Edward VI School, Chelmsford. E. E. M. MUMFORD, B.A. (1962), was appointed Assistant Mistress in Religious Instruction and Classics at Stroud High School for Girls from September. MRS. PEARCE, B.A. (C. G. Jex, 1963), was appointed a Research Associate in the Centre for Research in the Social Sciences, University of Kent at Canterbury, from September. J. L. C. PEERLESS, M.A. (195o), has been Senior English Mistress at the Notting Hill and Ealing High School (G.P.D.S.T.), Ealing, since 1963. MRS. POLLARD, B.A. (C. H. Hornbuckle, 1956), is an assistant Lecturer in Languages and Secretarial Work at Wolverhampton College of Technology. MRS. POTTER, M.A. (Margaret Newman, 1944), was awarded the title of `Romantic Novelist of the Year' for her book The Truth Game, written under the name of Anne Betteridge. J. H. PROSSER, B.A., B.SC. (1957), was appointed Chemistry Teacher in Rhodesian Government High School, Salisbury, from January 1968. J. E. PURBRICK, B.A. (1962), was appointed Spanish Mistress at Stroud High School for Girls, Glos., from September. MRS. READ, B.A. (E. A. Cromwell, 1961), was appointed Senior Library Assistant in Birmingham University Library from September. MRS. REDINGTON, B.A. (V. M. Plumstead, 1963), was appointed Lecturer in Geography at Lady Spencer Churchill Training College, Wheatley, Oxon. MRS. RICHARDS, M.A. (A. M. James, 195o), who had been teaching at King Ecgbert Technical School for Girls, Totley, Sheffield for nearly two years, moved to Wilmslow in August. MRS. RIDLER, M.A. (A. M. Morris, 1953), was appointed Assistant Examiner in French for the A.E.B. for 1967 and 1968. MRS. ROBERTSON, M.A. (F. E. Booth, 1944), has been teaching students on the Special Recruitment Scheme for Teachers in Scotland since 1962. They were attached first to Regent Road Institute but the scheme has been part of Edinburgh's new College of Commerce since 1966 and she is a part-time teacher. J. M. SHEPPARD, M.A. (1940), was appointed by the University of Sussex to be Warden of Sussex/University of West Indies Centre for Multi-Racial Studies in Barbados from January. P. P. A. SKELLERN, B.A. (1964), was appointed a Scientific Officer at the Royal Aircraft Establishment from September. 30
(196o), has been Assistant History Mistress at Plympton Grammar School, Plymouth, since September 1966. M. C. SMITH, M.A. (1952), was appointed Head of the English Department, City of Worcester Grammar School for Girls, from September 1966. MRS. SNOW, M.A., B.SC. (C. M. Pilkington, 1921), was elected an Honorary Research Fellow of Somerville College from May 1966. s. F. STALLMAN, M.A. (1917), retired in October after completing one year as Executive Secretary to the International Folk Music Council. P. M. STRINGER, M.A. (1946), has been Headmistress of Clifton High School, Bristol, since January 1965. MRS. TOVEY, B.A. (J. M. Rickett, 1961), was appointed Music Mistress at Perse School for Girls, Cambridge, from September. MRS. TOWNSEND, M.A. (D. E. Harris, 1959), has been a Lecturer in Mathematics at All Saints College of Education, Tottenham, since September 1966. H. Al. WALLIS, M.A., D.PHIL. (1945), was appointed Superintendent of the Map Room, British Museum, with the rank of Deputy Keeper, in July. MRS. WARRELL-BOWRING, M.A. (N. M. Windross, 1943), is a part-time Lecturer in English and Liberal Studies at Bournemouth Municipal College and a part-time Lecturer in Philosophy and Politics for the Extra-mural Department, Southampton University, and W. E. A. Southern District. E. A. WEBB, B.A. (1959), has been a Training Development Officer, Industrial Training Service, since September 1966. MRS. WHITE, B.A. (L. N. Parker, 1957), was appointed Assistant Adviser to Hong Kong students at the Hong Kong Students Office in London from January 1966. MRS. WILSON, M.A. (S. M. Backhouse, 1944), has been an occasional Lecturer at Overseas Service College, Farnham Castle, Surrey. J. M. H. WOOD, M.A. (1957), was promoted Principal, Ministry of Labour in November.
JACQUELINE SKINNER, 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.
ADDRESSES REQUIRED rr HE College has no known address for the following Members and former 1 undergraduates, and the Secretary of the Association would be grateful for any news. Mrs. Adam (G. M. Irvine) (1926) S. 0. Allison (1925)
Mrs. Annesley (C. 0. J. Awdry-Nicks) (1922) B. U. M. Armitage (1917) Mrs. Atack (M. F. Houlihan) (1924) A. B. Auden (1959) L. E. Auld (1911) D. R. Bagley (1920) G. M. Barker (1922) N. Barrows (1926) Mrs. Bawden (L.-A. Davies) (1950) M. P. M. Beasley (1913) E. M. Beer (1935) M. M. Belcher (1951) I. D. Bennett (1900) Mrs. Berrie (W. Knox) (1926) A. H. Bishop (1932) Mrs. Boavista (M. E. H. Campbell) (1939) Mrs. Boggon (J. Blyth) (1949) Mrs. Boone (V. A. G. Smith) (1914) Mrs. Borthwick (R. J. Haswell) (1958) Mrs. Bostock (A. Sissermann) (1940) J. Y. Boyden (1942) Mrs. Brown (P. Hatton) (1926) Mrs. Browne (F. M. Fox) (1925) Mrs. Burgess (P. A. Whitehorn) (1950) H. M. Burridge (1915) P. L. Butt (1950) Mrs. Campbell (D. E. Owen) Mrs. Caplan (T. Finkelstein) (1935) Mrs. Carey (M. Prosser) (1933) Mrs. Carmichael (M. James) (1926) Mrs. Chambers (D. Matthews) (193i) J. E. Clarke (1925) A. Clifford (1934) Mrs. Clutton Brock (H. M. Thrupp) (1925) E. M. Coe (1928) Mrs. Conder (M. D. Tull) (1935) Mrs. Cooper (K. Dixon) (1937) Mrs. Cooper (F. E. Muha) (1954) Mrs. Corrie (M. C. Bown) (1919) Mrs. Cryer (C. M. Clarkson) (1927) Mrs. Culloty (M. Clark) (1934) Mrs. Cutter (E. H. Thorpe) (1931) Mrs. Daitz (1949) Mrs. Davies (M. P. Holt) (1929) M. P. Davis (1938) Mrs. Dawes (D. Townend) (1936) F. Dawson (1926) Mrs. Dawson (J. Biles) (1951) Mrs. Day (L. Stockley) (1947) Mrs. Denny (V. A. Wylie) (1950) E. N. Denton (1918) 32
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H. K. Hudson (1918) Mrs. Hunter (P. M. M. Tate) (1947) E. W. Hutton (1921) J. Jackson (1932) E. Jewitt (1931) 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.) J. K. Jones (1954) M. M. B. Jones (1941) Mrs. Kenney (E. F. Morse) (1923) Mrs. King (R. d'Entreves) (1950 Mrs. Kirby (J. F. Dickins) (1950) P. Knights (1942) Mrs. Latham (P. Kirkby) (1927) M. G. Laurie (1922) M. Lee (1932) Mrs. Leonard (V. P. Swann) (194o) N. G. Lepsky (1958) Mrs. Lewin (S. L. Sturge) (1933) M. Lewis (1945) P. L. Libermann (1945) Mrs. V. Lossky (1952) D. N. Lovegrove (1935) Mrs. Lovell (B. M. Wardell) (1924) Mrs. Lubega (1955) Mrs. Lucas (M. M. Darwall) (1934) M. E. Macdermot (19I0) F. H. McCall (1902) P. H. McGregor (1934) Mrs. McVergh (E. M. C. Liddiard) (1941) E. D. Maddock (1923) B. M. Makepeace (1926) H. J. Marshall (1923) M. A. N. Marshall (1911) Mrs. Martin (F. H. Moore) (1924) E. Mason (1935) Mrs. Mease (M. N. Webb) (Igor) Mrs. Meyer (J. Dixon) (1937) D. F. Middleton (1909) A. T. D. Miller (1951) E. Mitchison (1935) H. N. Mitsotakis (1944) Mrs. Mold (P. J. Cox) (1915) D. E. Moore (1907) M. M. Mortlock (1927) J. M. Mott (1940 Mrs. Munn (K. M. Reavenall) (1939) 34
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