Colleges, Halls, and Societies

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OBITUARIES

Christ Church

MARK ECHALAZ ALLEN, CMG, CVO, 15 March 2003; commoner 1936. Aged 85.

PROFESSOR FLOYD MCKEE CAMMACK, 31 December 2002; commoner 1954. Aged 69.

COL. LIONEL ARTHUR LIDDELL, OBE, 8 November 1988; commoner 1920.

EDWARD GEORGE GREY LILLINGSTON, 7 August 1966; commoner 1911.

PROFESSOR MICHAEL YORK MASON, 13 March 2003; commoner 1959; Emeritus Professor of English, University of London. Aged 61.

LT.-COL. ALEXANDER ARCHIBALD MCBEAN, OBE, 31 January 1983; commoner 1914.

JOHN LIONEL PEGLER, 14 April 1988; commoner 1943.

JOHN TIMOTHY CECIL PEMBER, 16 February 1987; commoner 1929.

GORDON ALEXANDER PRINGLE, 2003; commoner 1967.

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Corpus Christi College

PROFESSOR EBERHARD HERIBERT BUHL, DM, 18 January 2003; Research Fellow 1996–9. Aged 43.

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Keble College

WILLIAM SPOONER HEMP, 27 February 2003; Fellow and Emeritus Fellow 1983–2003. Aged 86.

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Lady Margaret Hall

DR ANNIE MADELEINE BARNES (née Sessely), 17 January 2003; 1929–33. Aged 99.

MISS EVELYNE MARY BIRD, 10 February 2002; Modern Languages 1936–9. Aged 83.

MISS ANNE ELIZABETH BRIMELOW, 2001; PPE 1969–72.

MRS VALERIE PATRICIA FREEDMAN (née Alexander), 7 August 2002; Modern Languages 1949–52. Aged 71.

THE HON MRS ANNE MARIE FREMANTLE (née Huth-Jackson), 26 December 2002; History 1927–30.

MRS JUNE ELIZABETH GAMON (née Temple), 10 March 2003; 1947–50.

MRS MARGERY ELIZABETH HARPER (née Elkington), 31 October 2002; Modern Languages 1921–4. Aged 100.

MRS PAMELA HARDINGE HERRON (née Veitch), 2003; English 1950–3.

MRS JULIA DIANA HOPTON (née Spencer-Bernard), 1 September 2002; History 1955–8.

MISS EILEEN DOROTHY IVELAW-CHAPMAN, 3 July 2002; English 1914–17. Aged 107.

MISS KATHARINE JOHNSTON LAMONT, 19 February 2003; History 1928–31. Aged 97.

MRS MURIEL LAYCOCK (née SANDS), 22 December 2002; Physics 1924–7. Aged 97.

MRS MAVIS JUNE LOCKE, 23 November 2002; PGCE 1973–6. Aged 73.

ELIZABETH, COUNTESS OF LONGFORD (née Harman), 22 October 2002; Classics 1926–9. Aged 96.

MRS PAMELA MARY RICKETT (née Shekleton), 13 December 2002; Chemistry 1929–32.

MISS CATHERINE MARGARET ROBSON, 3 January 2003; History 1942–5.

MISS BARBARA JEAN SCOTT, 7 December 2002; English 1956–9. Aged 65.

MRS KATHARINE HERMIONE SMITHIES (née Ripman), 2003; English 1925–8. Aged 97.

MISS ANGELA TAMVAKI, 26 November 2002; Archaeology 1968–72. Aged 57.

MISS ETHEL JOAN WALSH, 20 February 2003; English 1934–7. Aged 86.

MRS AUDREY MURIEL WARD-JACKSON (née Jenkins), 11 November 2003, PPE 1933–6. Aged 88.

MISS FRANCES HOLMAN BENTLEY WILLIAMS, 2002; English 1941–3.

MRS BRIGITTE WOOD (née Blumenthal), 27 February 2003; History 1944–7.

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Lincoln College

LEWIS BERNARD CANNELL, 17 March 2003; commoner 1948–51. Aged 76.

EMILE ALSTORPHIUS BISSCHOP GREVELINK, 6 March 2003; 1938. Aged 89.

COSTAS INDIANOS, 20 February 2001; commoner 1960–4. Aged 59.

CHARLES CHRISTOPHER KING, 24 April 2002; commoner 1959–62. Aged 64.

JOHN GABRIEL MARKHAM, 15 March 2003; commoner 1927–31. Aged 97.

PAUL O'FLINN, 6 March 2001; commoner 1961–4. Aged 58.

JOHN A. SMITHIES, 4 February 2003; commoner 1946–8.

DANIEL CHARLES SOMMER, 10 February 2003; commoner 1992–5. Aged 28.

JEAN PAUL VICTOR TONDELIER, 12 January 2003; commoner 1945–7. Aged 80.

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Magdalen College

GIOVANNI AGNELLI, 24 January 2003; Honorary Fellow 1991. Aged 81.

FREDERICK VALENTINE ATKINSON; senior demy 1940.

MICHAEL ELLIOT DE PIRO, 20 December 2001; exhibitioner 1965–8. Aged 53.

NICHOLAS MILFORD, 10 December 2002; commoner 1957–60. Aged 65.

GEORGE SAVILL PALMER; commoner 1938–9.

VANESSA CLAIRE PICKFORD, 27 March 2003; commoner 1998. Aged 22.

JULIAN ROBINSON, 10 February 2003; demy 1962–5. Aged 58.

DAVID GRAHAM SARGANT, 11 January 2003; exhibitioner 1952–60. Aged 68.

LIONEL BENJAMIN SYDNEY SIMMONDS, 30 December 2002; commoner 1941–2 and 1945–7. Aged 80.

NICHOLAS ANTHONY STEVENS, January 2002; Doncaster Scholar 1970–3. Aged 49.

EDMUND JOHN SUTTON, 1 January 2003; commoner 1999. Aged 21.

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St Hilda's College

VIOLET MURRAY CARRUTHERS, BA, 5 March 2003; commoner 1927–30. Aged 95.

ANNIE EAGLESHAM (née Rintoul), MA, 18 March 2003; scholar 1946–9. Aged 74.

ELIZABETH MARGARET FATHERS (née Brewer), MA, 22 March 2003; commoner 1949–52. Aged 72.

JOAN MARIE WILLS (née Collier), MA, 20 March 2003; exhibitioner 1931–5. Aged 89.

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St Hugh's College

MISS KATHLEEN MARY ABBOTT, 26 February 2003; English 1925. Aged 96.

MISS OLIVE CHANDLER, 26 March 2003; Modern Languages 1929. Aged 92.

MRS BARBARA ANN CLUTTERBUCK (née Bristow), 4 February 2003; aged 78.

MRS JEAN MELITA SINKER (née Bullen), 2002; Geography 1945.

MRS ANNABEL SANDFORD SENIOR (née Robinson), 8 January 2003; Geography 1961. Aged 60.

MS CAROLINE NIEBUHR OSBORN (née Tod), 28 January 2003; Modern History 1962. Aged 59.

MRS HELEN CATHERINE COLLINS (née Wilson), 21 October 2002; Modern Languages 1975. Aged 47.

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MEMORIAL CONCERT

Keble College

A Memorial Concert for ALEXANDER ELMSLIE CAMPBELL, formerly Emeritus Fellow, will be held at 2.30 p.m. on Saturday, 24 May, in the O'Reilly Theatre, Keble College. Tickets are available from Ruth Cowen, Keble College (e-mail: ruth.cowen@keble.ox.ac.uk).

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NOTICE

Oriel College

Eugene Lee-Hamilton Prize 2003

The Provost and Fellows of Oriel College offer a prize of £60 for the best Petrarchan Sonnet in English submitted by an undergraduate of Oxford or Cambridge, on a subject to be chosen by the candidate. Enjambment between the eighth and ninth lines will be permitted.

No candidate may submit more than one sonnet, nor may the prize be awarded more than once to the same person. The competing sonnets should be sent to Mrs Yvonne Scott, College Secretary, Oriel College, Oxford OX1 4EW, not later than Friday, 6 June.

Each sonnet must be accompanied by a certificate from the Head or a fellow of the candidate's college, stating that the candidate is an undergraduate. The winner will have been deemed to have given permission to publish his/her sonnet in the Oriel Record.

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