Colleges, Halls, and Societies

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OBITUARIES

Oriel College

PETER STUART ANSTEY, MA, 10 February 2001; 1941. Aged 78.

THE REVD HENRY BERNARD BRIERLY, MA, 26 February 2001; 1952. Aged 70.

IAN HAROLD BURTON CLARK, MA, 30 December 2000; 1951. Aged 68.

DONALD HORACE CHARLES CRANE, MA, 2001; 1937. Aged 82.

THE REVD HUGH GRAHAM DERRY, MA, 12 March 2001; 1929. Aged 91.

PROFESSOR VICTOR ERNEST GRAHAM, MA, D.PHIL., D.LITT., 25 November 1999; 1946. Aged 79.

JAN HUDIG, MA, 8 January 2001; 1922.

RAYMOND NICHOLAS JOINER, MA, 8 March 2001; 1943. Aged 75.

REGINALD EDWARD DIETZ LISTER, MA, 30 April 2001; 1932. Aged 88.

THE VERY REVD HENRY MORGAN LLOYD, DSO, OBE, MA, 16 April 2001; 1931. Aged 89.

THE RT. HON. LORD ONSLOW OF WOKING, MA, 13 March 2001; 1948. Aged 74.

JOHN HERBERT PANTIN, MA, 19 April 2001; 1949. Aged 70.

PROFESSOR RICHARD CRESWELL ROWLAND, D.PHIL., 14 March 2000; 1938. Aged 83.

PROFESSOR THOMAS STEVENS, FRS, FRSE, BA; 2000; 1911.

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St Hilda's College

ELEANOR FRANCES BOYLE (née Dean), MA, 18 March 2001; commoner 1933–6. Aged 85.

KAREN JANE EXON, PGCE, 11 November 2000; commoner 1991–2. Aged 35.

(EVA) ELIZABETH WRIGHT (née Schloss), D.PHIL., 6 June 2000; commoner 1972–5. Aged 73.

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ELECTIONS

Christ Church

To Open Scholarships:

LENA AL-SHAMMARI, formerly of Westcliff High School for Girls, Essex

EMMA JONES, formerly of Cockermouth School

To a Roger Prentice Exhibition:

CHARLES VINCENT, formerly of Bishop Wordsworth's School, Salisbury

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Oriel College

To Scholarships:

IRENE CILLI LUCIANA PEIRANO, formerly of Liceo Galileo, Florence, Italy

STEPHEN MATTHEW WEST, formerly of Downham Market High School, Norfolk

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St Edmund Hall

To a Fellowship by Special Election:

PAUL R.V. JOHNSON, CH.B., MD, FRCS (England and Edinburgh), FRCS (Paed. Surg.)

To Fellowships:

IAN LAING, MA

MARTIN SMITH, MA

To an Honorary Fellowship:

PROFESSOR KEVIN CROSSLEY-HOLLAND, MA

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To a Professorial Fellowship:

PROFESSOR WILLIAM WILHELM, JR.

(BBA, MA Wichita State University, PH.D. Louisana State University)

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Somerville College

To Seymour Scholarships in Classics:

MIRANDA CLOW, formerly of Westminster School

FERDINAND JAMES CLARK LOVETT, formerly of Tiffin Grammar School

To a Pope Scholarship in Modern Languages:

ALEXANDRA CHILD, formerly of Wellington College

To a Pope Exhibition in Modern Languages:

KEVIN COSTELLO, formerly of All Hallows Catholic High School

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To Seymour Exhibitions in Classics:

MELANIE FUNG WHA KU, formerly of Loreto Grammar School

WILLIAM HUGH ALEXANDER ALLEN, formerly of Altrincham Boys' Grammar School

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PRIZES

Christ Church

John V. Lovitt Prize:

ALISON GARROW

Collection Prizes:

ROSEMARY CLEMENTS
JONATHAN EDDOLLS
AZADEH EFTEKHARI
TOM GENTLEMAN
JACK KIRKLAND
ANNA SHEPARD
WILLIAM SNELL
VANESSA WILTSHIRE

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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 US$500, 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 and family.

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 at the University. 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 civilisation in the eighteenth century—artistic, cultural, economic, intellectual, literary, musical, philosophical, political, religious, scientific, etc. 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, clearly marked `Theberge Prize' by Monday, 8 October. 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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