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OBITUARIES

Christ Church

DON PAUL FOWLER, MA, 15 October 1999; scholar 1972–7, senior scholar 1977; Fellow, Jesus College. Aged 46.

PROFESSOR (HENRY) COLIN GRAY MATTHEW, 29 October 1999; commoner 1960–3, 1966–7, and 1968–70, Lecturer 1970–6 and 1978–94, member of the Governing Body 1976–8. Aged 58.

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ELECTIONS

Christ Church

To Exhibitions:

CHI MAI WONG, formerly of Coundon Court school, Coventry

HELEN AZER, formerly of Edgbaston High School

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To Boulter Exhibitions:

HOLLY BRODIE, formerly of Wellington School, Somerset

ELIZABETH PALMER, formerly of Dame Alice Harpur School, Bedford

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To Bostock Exhibitions:

MICHAEL HOLT, formerly of Colchester Royal Grammar School

LEE THORNTON, formerly of Ponteland County High School, Newcastle upon Tyne

LUCY O'BRIEN, formerly of St Clare's Convent School, Porthcawl

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To Instrumental Exhibitions:

YVONNE LIAO, formerly of Benenden School, Kent

PAUL BAILEY, formerly of Westminster School

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Corpus Christi College

To Scholarships:

PAUL ROSS CAVILL, formerly of King's College School, Wimbledon

DOUGLAS GEORGE IBRAHIM, formerly of Winchester College

JENNIFER LOUISE DE HOXAR, formerly of Birkenhead High School

DIRK SOUNG ANDERSON BURLEY, formerly of Charterhouse

JORIM SCHRAVEN, formerly of Lester B. Pearson College, Victoria

ELIZABETH ANNE CALTON, formerly of North Area College, Stockport

PAUL THOMAS CHADDERTON, formerly of Winchester College

ALEXIS TODD DITE, formerly of Watford Grammar School for Boys

WILLIAM JOEL DIXON, formerly of Pimlico School

CHARLES WILLIAM OAKLEY, formerly of Bedford School

ALEX LEE ROGERS, formerly of Castle School, Bristol

MICHAEL PETER TWEEDALE, formerly of Bishop Vaughan Comprehensive School

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PRIZES

Christ Church

E.T. Warner Prize:

VENETIA TAYLOR

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Corpus Christi College

Andrew Hopley Memorial Prize:

SERENA LEDWIDGE

Sidgwick Prize (undergraduate):

(Joint award) CAROLINE DODDS

STUART LUCAS

Sidgwick Prize (graduate):

PETER SHERLOCK

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NOTICE

St Peter's College

Leonard Theberge Essay Prize:

The Age of Johnson

St Peter's College offers an annual prize of £300, which has been endowed in honour of the late Mr Leonard J. Theberge of Washington, DC, an old member of the college, by his friends.

The prize is open to all undergraduate members of the University and to graduate members within their first two years from graduation, or within their first two years of full-time graduate study. It will be awarded for the best essay submitted on a topic connected with `The Age of Samuel Johnson': this includes any aspect of British history or culture in the eighteenth century, and of British North America down to 1783. Essays must be typed with footnotes at the bottom of the page; they must not exceed 10,000 words in length including references and bibliography.

Entries should be submitted anonymously, but accompanied by a sealed envelope containing the author's identity and a certificate of the candidate's undergraduate or graduate status from his or her society. Entries must reach the College Secretary, St Peter's College, Oxford OX1 4DB, clearly marked `Theberge Prize', by Friday, 10 March. The judges, who are appointed by the college, reserve the right to make no award or a lesser one if no entry of sufficient merit is submitted.

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