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OBITUARIES

St Anne's College

ANNIE BARNES, MA, D.PHIL. (DR.PHIL. Berne), 17 January 2003; Lecturer in French 1947, Fellow and Tutor 1952–71; Reader 1966–71; Honorary Fellow 1971–2003. Aged 99.

DOROTHY MARY BEDNAROWSKA, MA (née Whitehead), 4 January 2003; Home-Student 1933–7, Lecturer in English 1946–54, Fellow and Tutor 1954–82, Emeritus Fellow 1982–2003. Aged 87.

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St Edmund Hall

Notice

Philip Geddes Memorial Prizes 2003

The Philip Geddes Memorial Prizes are intended to encourage undergraduates who want to pursue a career in journalism by providing them with funds to be used in furtherance of their journalistic education and training. The Prizes were founded in memory of Philip Geddes, journalist and former member of St Edmund Hall, who was killed in the IRA bombing at Harrods in 1983.

In 2003, St Edmund Hall intends to award a prize to the value of £1,000.

Entries are therefore invited from members of the University who will, at the end of Trinity Term 2003, have completed their second year, and who have involved themselves in journalism (including radio and television) in the University and elsewhere. Candidates are required to submit four copies of the following: (i) examples of journalistic work completed during their period at the University, and (ii) a description of the journalistic project on which the candidate proposes to spend the award. The Prize will be judged by two practising journalists, one fellow of St Edmund Hall and one other senior member of the University.

Student journalists who specialise in sports writing will also be able to compete for the Clive Taylor Prize for Sports Writing. Thanks to a generous benefaction, a £1,000 special award in memory of the distinguished cricket writer Clive Taylor will be available.

Candidates should ask their tutor to write separately to Professor Richard Crampton at St Edmund Hall, certifying that the candidate's journalism has not interfered with academic work. They should also note that awards are made on condition that the successful candidates later submit a report (approximately 3,000 words), detailing the use to which their prize-money has been put.

Entries should reach Professor Richard Crampton at St Edmund Hall by midday on Wednesday of fourth week of Hilary Term. Envelopes should be clearly marked `The Philip Geddes Awards'. Sports entries should also include the word `Sport'.

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