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OBITUARIES

Exeter College

THE REVD P.L.S. BARRETT, September 1998; matriculated 1965. Aged 51.

FRANK CAWSON, OBE, 8 October 1998; commoner 1933. Aged 83.

SIR FRANK EREAUT, 11 September 1998; Kitchener Scholar 1938. Aged 79.

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St Hilda's College

ELIZABETH MURIEL TAYLOR (née Sowerby), MA, 27 February 1998; commoner 1950–3. Aged 66.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE

Queen's College

A Memorial Service for WILLIAM MOIR CALDER, MA, Fellow 1950–81, Emeritus Fellow 1981–98, will be held at 3 p.m. on Saturday, 12 December, in the college chapel. Tea will be served afterwards in the hall.

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ELECTIONS

Christ Church

To the John Radcliffe Exhibition:

JOHN MILLER, formerly of Bedford School

To a Wilson Scholarship:

EDWARD REID, formerly of Charterhouse

To the Gladstone Scholarship:

ROBERT WOOD, formerly of King Edward VI School

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To Dixon Scholarships:

ALEXANDER FOULKES, formerly of Winchester College

THOMAS LITT, formerly of Dr Challoner's Grammar School

JULIE MAXWELL, formerly of Northwood School

ALEXANDRA NORRISH, formerly of Cheltenham Ladies' College

MELISSA PINE, formerly of Taunton School

IAN ROSS, formerly of Clare College

NICHOLAS VAN HATEREN, formerly of Glyn School

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To Open Scholarships:

NICHOLAS ALLEN, formerly of Radley College

AEMELIA ALLEN, formerly of Oxford High School

MARK BRIMICOMBE, formerly of Aylesbury Grammar School

JAMES DAY, formerly of Eton College

BEN GRIPAIOS, formerly of Ivybridge Community College

CATHERINE HALL, formerly of Duchess's County High School

ANDREW HEDGES, formerly of Rossall School

GERALD HOFMAIER, formerly of Newcastle under Lyme School

RIZWAN HUSSAIN, formerly of Cardinal Newman College

CATRIONA LAING, formerly of Edinburgh Academy

ELVIN LIM, formerly of Raffles Junior College

DENNIS LUI, formerly of Raffles Junior College

CATHERINE MELDRUM, formerly of Merchant Taylor's Girls' School

FRANCESCA MIOTTO, formerly of Rye St Antony School

STEWART VAUGHAN, formerly of Bournemouth School

DAVID WILKS, formerly of Royal Grammar School, Guildford

PATRICK WONG, formerly of Loughborough Grammar School

ANDREW YONG, formerly of Oundle School

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To Westminster Scholarships:

GEORGES KAZAN, formerly of Westminster School

MICHAEL RICCOMINI, formerly of Westminster School

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To a Holford Scholarship:

PETER WEIR, formerly of Charterhouse

To a St Cyres Scholarship:

KRISTIAN TRIGGLE, formerly of Whitgift School

To a Marjoribanks Scholarship:

ANNE THOMPSON, formerly of Francis Holland School

To a Douglas Jerrold Scholarship:

VENETIA TAYLOR, formerly of King's School, Canterbury

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To Open Exhibitions:

HELEN ANNESS, formerly of Sir William Perkins School

JULIANA BURSUC, formerly of St Francis Xavier Sixth-form College

ALEXIS HAYNES, formerly of King's School, Somerset

PETER MCCULLAGH, formerly of Christian Brothers' Grammar School

MARTHA MCQUAY, formerly of Oxford High School

DEEPAK NAGPAL, formerly of Loughborough Grammar School

RICHARD SKINNER, formerly of Southend High School for Boys

ZOYA TODOROVIC, formerly of Chiswick Community School

To Westminster Exhibitions:

SUBHI SHERWELL, formerly of Westminster School

CATHERINE SPENCER ELLIS, formerly of Westminster School

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To a Holford Exhibition:

THOMAS GILLIAM, formerly of Charterhouse

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To Ida Mary Henderson Scholarships:

PAUL COHEN, formerly of Universty College School

PRAMILA KRISHNAMURTHY, formerly of Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge

MICHALA PEDERSEN, formerly of Queen's College

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University College

To the Burns Scholarship in Modern History:

I.A. LUNT, formerly of the Perse School

To the Stiebel Scholarship in Modern History:

T.M. NELTHORPE, formerly of Uppingham School

To the Waddington Scholarship in Classics:

N. SEWELL-RUTTER, formerly of Cheltenham College

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To Gladstone Scholarships in PPE:

C.A. MILLER, formerly of Stewart's and Melville College, Edinburgh

R. KAPADIA, formerly of the Royal Latin School, Buckingham

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To the Gunsley Scholarship:

J.F. ROBERTS, formerly of King's Schools, Rochester

To the War Memorial Scholarship in Medicine:

Z. HAWKINS, formerly of the Island School, Hong Kong

To the Rowe and Maw Scholarship in Law:

D.P. MANKNELL, formerly of Ecclesbourne School, Duffield

To Weir Scholarships in Engineering Science:

C.M. WONG, formerly of the Diocesan Boys' School, Hong Kong

W.G. CHU, formerly of the University of Hong Kong

To the John Webster Senior Organ Scholarship:

E.B. JONES, formerly of Lewes Tertiary College

To the `David Mills' (Junior) Organ Scholarship:

J.G.R. PASTEUR, formerly of Radley College

To Scholarships:

D.C. SHING, formerly of Bettws Comprehensive School, Newport

S.L. EGAN, formerly of South Tyneside College

D.M. BULLER, formerly of Cranbrook School

R.D. JOHNSON, formerly of Poynton County High School

A.L. PARKES, formerly of the Skinners' School

K.A. SKIDMORE, formerly of Cults Academy, Aberdeen

C.H.B. THOMPSON, formerly of King's School, Macclesfield

R. STORAH, formerly of Poole Grammar School

A. REDD, formerly of St Mark's School, Hounslow

B.D. JOHN, formerly of Aylesbury Grammar School

C.R. MCMILLAN, formerly of Hutcheson's Grammar School

G.R. MARKHAM, formerly of Winchester College

T.D. ROLLS, formerly of Brighton, Hove and Sussex Sixth- form College

A.H.W. SMITH, fomrerly of Wellington College

T.G.J. ROBEY, formerly of Oundle School

C.J. TRYHORN, formerly of Whitgift School

V.C. TURNER, formerly of Twycross House School

A.L. VAN PRAAG, formerly of Westminster School

B.J. WOLF, formerly of Dulwich College

A.K. THOMSON, formerly of Winchester College

A.J. BRENNAN, formerly of St Cyres, Penarth

R. TAKIN, formerly of St Paul's School

K. COOPER, formerly of Middlesborough College

S.G. ANDERSON, formerly of George Herriot's School

J.G. BAINES, formerly of Lawrence Sheriff School

R.H. COLLIER, formerly of Chosen Hill School

D.A. HENNESSY, formerly of St Aloysius College, Glasgow

D.N. SOAR, formerly of Westminster School

S. STURTON, formerly of St Anne's School, Southampton

J.H. INWOOD, formerly of South East Derbyshire College

M. JOYCE, formerly of Helena Romanes School

L.E.G. DONKIN, formerly of the Perse School for Girls

C. WIGHTWICK, formerly of Wycombe High School

N.V. NIKOLOV, formerly of Mathematical School N. Obreshkov, Bulgaria

I.R. GIBSON, formerly of Shawlands Academy, Glasgow

A.P. COOPER, formerly of Scarborough School

R.J. MARK, formerly of St Alban's School

S.M. GOODWIN, formerly of King Edward VI High School, Lichfield

W.F. LAM, formerly of the University of Hong Kong

C.J. POOLE, formerly of Sir Thomas Rich's School, Gloucester

A.J. SUTCLIFFE, formerly of Merchant Taylor's School

P.D. WHITTAKER, formerly of Bury College

D.W. DIJKSTRA, formerly of St Jozef Instituut, Kortrijk

J.L. HALLIWELL, formerly of Leeds Grammar School

H. POOLE, formerly of Trent College, Nottingham

S.L. TURNER, formerly of Newcastle under Lyme School

B.N.J. WICKS, formerly of Dr Challoner's Grammar School

A.D. ZECHA, formerly of Eton College

R.T. ENMARCH, formerly of Adams' Grammar School

O.F. NICOLSON, formerly of King Edward's School, Birmingham

J.J DUDECK, formerly of Swanwick Hall School

D.J.C. HAWKEY, formerly of Bilborough College

T.P. HOSEY, formerly of Greenhead College

B.M.O. STEER, formerly of Altrincham Boys' Grammar School

P.R. MAINWOOD, formerly of St Alban's College

M.P.J. CHANDLER, formerly of Havant College

N.P. TALBOT, formerly of West Bridgford School, Nottingham

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To Exhibitions:

G.C. JONES, formerly of Hills Road Sixth-form College, Cambridge

L. HENE, formerly of Shrewsbury School

H.L. ANDERSON, formerly of Guthlaxton College, Leicester

N.A.J. EADY, formerly of Harrow School

D.I. ISSOT, formerly of Cheltenham College

I.A. SHELDON, formerly of Bedford School

J.D. GARDNER, formerly of Sherbourne School

R.S. COOKE, formerly of Ripon Grammar School

R.D. DELAHAYE, fromerly of Poole Grammar School

T.D. CLARKE, formerly of Harrow School

T.W. SHIMMELL, formerly of Skinner's School

T. NEWMAN, formerly of Clifton College, Bristol

F.C. SMETHURST, formerly of the School of St Helen and St Katharine, Abingdon

L.G.E. WALTERS, formerly of Laurel Bank School

P.J. BARBER, formerly of Barton Peveril School, Hants

T.R. PATRICK, formerly of Sherbourne School

R.L.S. TORDOFF, formerly of the Perse School, Cambridge

A.C. CHAMBERS, formerly of Culloden Academy

M. ABDUL RAZAK, formerly of Monmouth School

A.G.O. GARRETT, formerly of Wellingborough School

A.J. MATTHEWS, formerly of Gwent Tertiary College

J.J. SAMUEL, formerly of Hwa Chong Junior College, Singapore

M.A. TAFT, formerly of Rawlett School, Tamworth

A.C. ANDERSON, formerly of St Paul's Girls' School

C.D. WALKER, formerly of Methodist College

A.M. KRAMER, formerly of Manchester Grammar School

S. GALVIN, formerly of King Edward VI Girls' School, Birmingham

A.C. GOTTS, formerly of St Margaret's School, Aberdeen

V.L.H. JACKSON, formerly of Pates Grammar School

J.M. NORRIS, formerly of British School of Paris

C.E. WEBB, formerly of King Edward's School, Birmingham

C.A. SHARPE, formerly of Bristol Grammar School

T. SIEVERS, formerly of Hermann-Tast-Schule, Germany

D. CREWE, formerly of Ipswich School

H.G.R. PROCTOR, formerly of Coventry School

R.I. REES, formerly of St Clare's School, Porthcawl

S.J. CRUTCH, formerly of Forest School, London

C.F.B. DALTON, formerly of Channing School, Highgate

J.K. HEARNE, formerly of Queen Mary School, Lytham

S.I. MACCULLOCH, formerly of Merchant Taylors' Girls' School, Liverpool

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To Plumptre Major Awards:

R.M. AVERY, formerly of Tonbridge School

L.C. BOLD, formerly of Nottingham Girls' High School

To Plumptre Minor Awards:

E.B. JONES, formerly of Lewes Tertiary College

A.G. NETHERCOTT, formerly of Broxbourne School

To the Former Scholar's Exhibition:

S.E.A. HABBERFIELD, formerly of Old Palace School, Croydon

To the Allen Exhibition:

K.J. ROWLANDSON, formerly of Alton College

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Worcester College

New awards from October 1998

To Scholarships:

ALARA HINDLE, formerly of Lycée Français

ELIZABETH C. CONROY, formerly of Notting Hill and Ealing High School

JOHN LAKE, formerly of Whitgift School

ASHLEY A. WILLIAMS, formerly of Oundle School

CHRISTIAN T.M. PLODECK, formerly of Schule Schloss Salem, Uberlingen

NICOLA L. FELTHAM, formerly of Costessey High School, Norwich

C. ANDREAS ISAKSSON, formerly of South East Asia College, Singapore

MARK R.G. DARBON, formerly of Bedford School

LILLIE POTTER, formerly of Croydon High School

MICHAEL A. SHELDON, formerly of King Edward's School, Birmingham

ALAN G. FRAZER, formerly of Repton School

KIRSTY MCCARROLL, formerly of High School of Glasgow

ANDREW T.R. HANSON, formerly of Solihull School

REBECCA K. YEARLING, formerly of High School of Glasgow

DAISY A. LOYD, formerly of Downe House School, Newbury

SARA V. PROTHEROE, formerly of Clifton High School, Bristol

D. MATTHEW GOODRIDGE, formerly of Perse School, Cambridge

JENNIFER F. RYDER, formerly of Carmel School, Darlington

IAN A. GIBSON, formerly of Leeds Grammar School

JOHN A. MACDONALD, formerly of Loughborough Grammar School

JONATHAN K. BUTT, formerly of Bromsgrove School

GARETH R.D. LLOYD, formerly of Haberdashers' Aske's School, Elstree

BENJAMIN J. MORGAN, formerly of Clevedon School

ANDREW T. MACGREGOR, formerly of Dr Challoner's Grammar School, Amersham

ALEXANDER J. HUNT, formerly of Winchester College

ANDREW N. SAMPSON, formerly of King Edward VI School, Southampton

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To Exhibitions:

VICTORIA E. REID, formerly of Laurel Bank School, Glasgow

HILARY C.N. MURDOCH, formerly of Godolphin and Latymer School

J. HUW THOMAS, formerly of Ysgol Gyfun Dyffryn, Teifi

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To an Organ Scholarship:

W. SHOLTO KYNOCH, formerly of Ampleforth College

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To a Choral Scholarship:

RICHARD I. JONES, formerly of Droitwich High School

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To Instrumental Scholarships:

ANNA L. BERRY, formerly of Belmont Academy, Ayr

J. ALEXANDER BORTHWICK, formerly of Royal Grammar School, Newcastle

KERRY R. LEACH, formerly of Cricklade College, Andover

KATE A. WATT, formerly of Badminton School, Bristol

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To Instrumental Exhibitions:

CELIA A.J. BLACKLOCK, formerly of Haberdashers' Monmouth Girls' School

MARTIN J. STRINGER, formerly of Alleyn's School, Dulwich

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PRIZES

Christ Church

Sadler Prize:

ANDREW WHITEHOUSE

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Gladstone Prize:

KATE HEARD

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University College

Kramer Prize:

E.L. JORDAN

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NOTICES

Balliol College

Lecturership in Politics

Balliol College proposes, if a suitable candidate applies, to appoint a stipendiary four-hour Lecturer in Politics for Hilary and Trinity Terms 1999. The appointment may be renewed in subsequent years.

The successful candidate will be expected to teach up to four hours per week to first-year undergraduates in the School of PPE, and will receive, in addition to the stipend of £1,133 per term, certain common table rights.

The lecturer will be expected to teach the Political history components of the Politics Prelim course on Britain and the United States. An ability to teach Comparative Government and optional papers in the Honour School of PPE would be an advantage.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae and should indicate which subjects they are able to teach. They should give names of two referees whom they should ask to write directly to the Senior Tutor. Applications and references must reach the Senior Tutor, Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ, by Friday, 13 November.

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Lecturership in Modern European History

Balliol College proposes, if a suitable candidate applies, to appoint a stipendiary six-hour lecturer for Hilary and Trinity Terms 1999. Applicants should be able to teach principally modern European History (as much as possible of the period covered by General History Periods XI–XIV in the Final Honour School and General IV in Honour Moderations). Ability to teach one or more Further and Optional Subjects within this chronological range would be an advantage. The lecturer will also participate in the supervision of theses and extended essays in the undergraduate syllabus.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae and should indicate which subjects they would be willing to teach. They should give names of two referees whom they should ask to write directly to the Senior Tutor. Applications and references must reach the Senior Tutor, Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ, by Wednesday, 11 November.

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Adam Smith Junior Research Fellowship in Economics

Balliol College proposes to elect an Adam Smith Junior Research Fellow in Economics for three years from 1 October 1999. The fellow elected will be a Junior Research Fellow of the college, as defined in the college statutes. He or she will be required to undertake research in economics. The stipend will be £12,241 in the first year, with superannuation, free meals and rooms (or, in the case of a married fellow, a housing allowance).

Other things being equal, preference will be given to (1) a graduate of the University of Glasgow, (2) a graduate of any other Scottish university.

Applications should be sent to the College Secretary, Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ, from whom further details and an application form can be obtained, not later than Saturday, 5 December.

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Appointment of Secretary/Personal Assistant to the Development Director

The Development Office is responsible for fund-raising and for relations between the college and its former students. The college seeks someone with excellent secretarial and administrative skills, who is confident about using databases. The ideal candidate will have a friendly and cheerful personality and good communications skills, both verbal and written. This is a demanding position requiring energy, enthusiasm, and effective time management.

The salary offered is £12,098–£14,003, plus benefits and generous holiday entitlement.

Letters of application, with a curriculum vitae and the names of two referees, should be sent to the Development Directory, Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ. The closing date for applications is 19 November, and interviews will take place on 26 November.

Balliol College is an equal opportunities employer and a charity which exists to promote excellence in education and research.

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Exeter College

Appointment of Academic Secretary

Exeter College wishes to appoint an Academic Secretary, to provide secretarial and administrative support in the College Office. As a member of a small team the successful applicant will share in the administration of student admissions, operation of the college's databases, and secretarial support of college officers.

Flexibility, ability to work without constant supervision, and excellent typing and secretarial skills are essential, as is familiarity with the use of word-processors.

A knowledge of Word 7.0 for Windows and some experience with databases is desirable, although not essential as training can be given. The salary will be linked to the university clerical grade 3 scale (£11,099–£12,847 per annum).

Applications should be forwarded in writing, by 12 November, giving the names of two referees, to the Home Bursar, Exeter College, Oxford OX1 3DP (telephone: Oxford (2)79650, e-mail: home.bursar@exeter.ox.ac.uk), from whom further particulars are available.

Exeter College exists to promote excellence in education and resaerch and is an equal opportunities employer.

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Lincoln College

Stipendiary Lecturership in Economics

Lincoln College invites applications from graduates in Economics, who have finished or are in the later stages of their doctorates, for a fixed two-term Stipendiary Lecturership in Economics from 1 January to 30 June 1999. The subject area required is Macro- and Micro-Economics, and the lecturer will be required to teach an average of six hours per week during each term and to organise the teaching of Special papers in Economics.

There is no age limit for applications. The salary offered is £2,469 per term, plus certain allowances, and some common table rights.

Further particulars are available from the College Secretary, Lincoln College, Oxford OX1 3DR (telephone: Oxford (2)79801, fax: (2)79802, e-mail: Juliet.Montgomery @lincoln.ox.ac.uk).

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae and should indicate which subjects they are able to teach. They should give the names of two referees whom they should ask to write directly to the Senior Tutor. Applications and references must reach the Senior Tutor by Friday, 20 November.

Lincoln College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Magdalen College

Stipendiary Lecturership in Mathematics

Magdalen College intends to appoint a Stipendiary Lecturer in Mathematics from January 1999 until July 2000. The appointment is not renewable. The college will pay an annual stipend of £10,490. The lecturer will be required to provide eight hours' teaching per week.

Applications, containing a curriculum vitae and the names of two referees, together with a brief statement of teaching experience and research interests, should be sent to the Senior Tutor, Magdalen College, Oxford OX1 4AU, by Friday, 20 November. Candidates should ask referees to write directly to the Senior Tutor in their support by this date. Interviews will be held on 28 November. Further particulars can be obtained from the College Secretary (telephone: Oxford (2)76113, fax: (2)76094, e-mail: college.secretary@magd. ox.ac.uk).

Magdalen College is an equal opportunities employer.

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Somerville College

Margaret Pelly Scholarship

Thanks to the generosity of the husband, family, and friends of the late Margaret Esterel Pelly (Somerville 1949–52), Somerville College proposes to award a Margaret Pelly Scholarship in her memory from 1 October 1999. The scholarship aims to pay the college and university fees of a graduate student wishing to pursue further research study linked to the work of the Oxford Project for the Investigation of Memory and Ageing (OPTIMA), which is carrying out reseach into Alzheimer's and other related mental illnesses. It will be tenable only at Somerville College by a man or woman who is, or will be, reading for a graduate degree with the Oxford Departments of Pharmacology or Experimental Psychology or the School of Medicine, and who is a resident of the European Union. Applications should be made by 4 December to the College Secretary, Somerville College, Oxford OX2 6HD, from whom further information is available.

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