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OBITUARIES

Christ Church

LAURA JEFFERSON TOUCHE (née Coolidge), 15 February 1999; graduate 1989–90. Aged 31.

STEPHEN CHARLES HACKLING; exhibitioner 1974–5.

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Hertford College

HENRY JULIAN DOWNING, 24 November 1998; exhibitioner 1937.

REGINALD FREDERICK PRICE HOLLOWAY, 24 April 1998; commoner 1923.

HENRY KIRKLAND MITCHELL, 7 February 1999; commoner 1945; first Secretary of the Hertford Society. Aged 76.

PETER MOSS, 11 January 1998; commoner 1955.

DONALD ARTHUR SHEPHERD, OBE, 29 May 1998; exhibitioner 1935.

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Keble College

CHARLES GORDON SMITH, 20 February 1999; Fellow and Tutor in Geography 1957–83, Emeritus Fellow 1988.

THE RT REVD WILLIAM NEVILLE WELCH, 3 February 1999; commoner 1924–7.

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St Hugh's College

Corrigendum

MARGARET ROSE BUCKLEY, 6 November 1998; Jubilee Scholar 1951–4. Aged 65.

Note: this notice replaces that published in the Gazette of 11 February, p. 739.

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ELECTIONS

Brasenose College

To an Exhibition in Chemistry:

RICHARD G. HIBBERT, formerly of King's School, Macclesfield

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Christ Church

To an Open Scholarship:

KATHERINE JOHNSTON, formerly of Parkstone Grammar School, Dorset

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To a Slade Exhibition:

OLIVER EVANS, formerly of St Paul's School

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To Boulter Exhibitions:

GARETH LEE, formerly of Hyde Sixth-form College

CLARE NUTTALL, formerly of St John's School

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Corpus Christi College

To Scholarships:

BASELEY CLAIRE LOUISE, formerly of Derby High School THOMAS HELEN MARY, formerly of Alleyn's School, London

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Linacre College

To an Industrial Fellowship (from 10 February 1999):

JOHN D. COYLE, MA, D.PHIL., FRSC

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Oriel College

To the Paul Ries Collin Graduate Scholarship:

CHRISTIANE DIEHL

To Graduate Scholarships:

SASCHA GROSS GARETH JENKINS

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Trinity College

To an Official Fellowship in Biochemistry (with effect from 1 October 1999):

LOUIS C. MAHADEVAN (B.SC. New Delhi, M.SC., PH.D. London), Head of the Division of Biomolecular Sciences, Guy's King's and St Thomas's School of Biomedical Sciences

To a Junior Research Fellowship in Physics (with effect from 1 October 1999):

SAMUEL ALEXANDER MORGAN, BA, St John's College

To a Ford Scholarship in Modern History:

ARKADY JAMES NATHANIEL HODGE, formerly of Stewart's and Melville College, Edinburgh

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PRIZES

Brasenose College

Lovell, White, and Durrant Prizes:

PAUL TOMS

BIRKE HÄCKER

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Christ Church

Clifford Smith Prizes:

KATE DUTTON
JONATHAN PITKIN
SARAH ALLATT
MARTIN BEER

E.T. Warner Prize:

ALICE WOODWARK

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St Hugh's College

Collections Prizes:

CARA HENDERSON

CHRISTOPHER HOWARD LANE

SARAH CAROLYN TULLIS

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NOTICES

Christ Church

Schoolteachers' Study Visits

The governing body of Christ Church invites applications from sixth-form teachers and head teachers for two- or three-week study periods in Oxford during July and August 1999. Those elected will be provided free of charge with rooms and meals in college, and temporary membership of the senior common room.

Application forms and further details are to be obtained from the Dean's Secretary, Christ Church, Oxford OX1 1DP. The closing date is 9 April, but it would be helpful to receive requests for further particulars by 30 March.

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