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STUDENT WORLD

NOTES FROM BRITAIN

STUDY AND PLAY

A VAEIED BOUND

(From "Ths Post's" Representativa.) LONDON, 31st October. At this time of year it is interesting always to receive an authentic statement from individual colleges, medical, science/ and music schools as to the Now Zealanders —men and women— who are studying in each centre of learning. So far, from, information to date, there seem to be 23 New Zealaiiders at Cambridge, 19 at Oxford, 8 at the Boyal Academy of Music, 7 at the Royal College of Music, 26 taking Medicine at Edinburgh and at London hospitals, several at the Imperial Colleges of Science, S,outh Kensington and Edinburgh, and two taking Divinity at Edinburgh. At Emmanuel College there are six, namely, F. J. Bennett (until recently assistant in the Classics Department at Canterbury College), who is taking Classics; C. J. Crofts (New Plymouth and Nelson), who is an Architectural student; J. W. Harding (from Victoria University College, AVellington), the holder of a Research Studentship, who takes Physics; J. B. Nanson (Christchurch, previously on the literary staff of the "Press") and R. D. Townsend, both taking Moral Sciences; and L. D. Nathan (Auckland), History. At Clare there are four—John E, Hardwick-Smith (Wellington), a medical student; Alexander H. M'Donald (Classics,); Harold MC. Taylor (Dunedin), Mathematics; James Williams, taking Law. Nest, comes Newnham, with three New Zealand women —Miss Dorothea M. Norman-Jones (Wellington), Miss M. A. Forsyth, B.Sc, N.Z. (Wellington), and Miss A. D. Whyte. Natural Sciences and Medicine are being read by Miss Norman-Jones, and advanced courses in Biochemistry by Miss Forsyte. PROMINENT KUGBY PLAYER. At St. Catharine's there are two— S. Hills and H. P.. L. Johnstono (Christ's College). The former is in his first year of residence and is reading for a Medical degree; the latter has commenced residence for his third and filial year, and is reading for a degree in Agriculture. Johnstone is a, prominent Rugby player, and has been described as one of the "soundest men in his college pack." and Caius College has two in residence —W. A. Macky (Onehunga), Research Student in Physics, and L. C. Webb (Christehurch, formerly on the staff of the "Press"), who is a Research student in Economics. Both went up in October two years ago. ■At St. John's College there are also two—Peter W. J. Pharazyn (Palmorston North) and Frederick W. G. White, M.Se. (Wellington). The former, in his second year, was previously at Eton. The latter is the holder of a two years' Research Studentship of the college. He has been working at Victoria College under Professor Floranee, and is now continuing at the Cavendish Laboratory under Professor Sir Ernest Rutherford. Two are in residence afc Trinity Hall —C. E. Malfroy (Wellington) and G. T. Upton (Auckland). Malfroy's subject is Economics, Upton's is English. The former is already prominent in lawn tennis circles, and has his Blue; he is also a Rugby player. Trinity College has only one—N. S. Alexander (from Auckland University College)—who is tho holder of a Trinity College Dominion and Colonial Exhibition, which was awarded him last August. Last year J. R. Wilford, 8.A., 1926, was still at Christ's, but it is understood that he has returned to New Zealand. He was a Theological Student. There are no New Zealanders at this college just now. Principals of numerous colleges regret that there are no New Zealand men in residence. There arc sure to be some at Jesus College, but the names have not yet reached me. NEW ZEALANDERS AT OXFORD. Balliol heads the list -with six. Among them are two Rhodes Scholars —P. C. Minns (late of Auckland), who takes Classics, and J. F. F. Platts-Mills (Wellington), whose subject is Law, and who, having already taken his 8.A., is reading for B.C.L. The other four are: W. G. Kalaughei-, formerly a Rhodes Scholar, whose scholarship was extended for a year to complete his examination, his course having, unfortunately, been interrupted by illness; J. T. Wilson Hogg (Wellington), taking History; J. il. Lascelles (who was awarded a grant for three years by the Rhodes trustees, and who is reading Classics); R. 0. Sinclair, who matriculated this year and is a Colonial Office administrative probationer. Next comes Magdalen, with four —E. E. Bailey (New Zealand Rhodes Scholar, 1929, from Auckland University College), reading for the School of'D.Phil.; K. A. Clark (from Christ's College), Natural Science (engineering); R. J. Harris and H. M. Scott (from Wauganui Collegiate), who are reading for the School of Jurisprudence. ' Oriel has two on record. They are F. H. Pitts-Brown (Wanganui), a freshman, reading Pass Moderations and Modern Languages; and Denis R. Bal-combe-Brown (Upper Hutt, from. Christ's), whose subject is Medicine, but who is not in residence this term. New College is another with two— W. E. Henley (Otago, 1929 Rhodes Scholar), taking Science (Physiology), and S. E. Williams, whose subjects are Science (Preliminary) and Physiology. Dr. S. P. M'Callum is junior bursar at this college. There are three women —two at Somerville and one at St. Hugh's. They aro Miss Moira W. Dennehy, M.Sc. (Wellington) and Miss Joan Stevens, B.A. (Hamilton), who have newly gone into residence at Somervillo; and Miss M. A. MacNair (Wellington), who will sit for the Final Honour School of English Language and Literature next June. At Trinity College the only ISew Zcalandev is J.C. Dakin (1929 Rhodes Scholarship holder, Southland), School of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Hertford College has D. B. Cameron, a freshman from Clifton College. Tie is reading Pass Moderations, and will go on to History Honours. Ho played in tho Freshmen's Rugby match, and is a. very good swimmer. The Master of University College (Sir M. E. Sadler), while regretting that he has no New Zealanders tbis term, reminds one that Lord Blcdisloe is a member of the college. As Mr. Charles Bathurst, he entered in 1886, took his B.A. in 1890, and his M.A. m 1898. j MEDICAL STUDENTS. Edinburgh University has nine New Zealand medical students; of the London hospitals, Guy's heads the list with six; at St. Mary's and Middlesex there are three each; London has two; bt. Bart's, St. Thomas's, and St. George's, one each. „ The Edinburgh men are: James H. Bvownlec (now taking Anatomy and Physiology); James K. tlliott (Wellington), who wont there in 1926, and whose studies aro far advanced; liobcrt A Elliott, who entered in 1928; Sidney •fIL Gibbs; John C. Hislop (entered in 'H)2^ mw taking advanced subjects)^.

Erie D. T. Lewis; Barclay F. Maefarlane; George B. Mac Gibbon, and Athol E. Pai-kes (Auckland), who is taking iinal-year clinical classes. At Guy's Medical School there are five taking Medicine and one doing Dentistry (D. M. Wilson, a freshman last year). The five are: J. E. Giosen (Wellington), well-known Eugby player; E. GUI-Carey, J. T. Irving (Christchurch), T. B. F. Baw, and G. E. Walker (who was at Gonville and Caius, Cambridge, till* coming to London for Medicine; he is a fourth-year man). The three at Middlesex are attending the Primary F.B.C.S. course; this examination, to be held early in December, must be passed before the candidates arc eligible to sit for the F.R.C.S. Diploma. They are J. A. Hindmach (Otago University), A. I. Hunter (Dunedin), and D. M'Millan. At St. Mary's Medical School, R. L. Kennedy' (Wellington) and E. H. E. Cross are taking the full course, and Dr. B. L. Button, the Primary Fellowship Course. Two at London are J. B. Gilmour (In-* vereargill) and.W. H. Bromnor (postgraduate). At St. Thomas's, T. C. Maling recently entered from Clare College, Cambridge, to complete his examinations for the M.8., B.Chir. Cantab.. Another Cambridge man, Garthowen Williams (Wairarapa) from Jesus College, is still at St. George's Medical School. Ha is studying for his final examination. D. B. M'Gavin (Wellington) is at present doing clinical work (midwifery) at St. Bartholomew's Hospital. He is the only New Zealand student at present. SCIENCE AND VARIOUS. At the Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, there are three New Zealand students in attendance this, year: G. M. Biehardsoii, B.Sc. (N.Z.), M.Sc. (N.Z.), Ph.D. (Lond.), (Beit Follow), is doing biochemistry research; T. E. Vernon (plant pathology research), and D. M. Tombs (Wellington, and old boy of Nelson College), who is in his fourth year of electrical engineering. A lady science student at Edinburgh University is Miss Margaret H. MacKenzie, taking pure science. Lan W. Fraser and F. W. M'Caskill are taking Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. The holder of the Entrance Scholarship which the Governors of the Eoyal Holloway College (University of London), Englefield Green, Surrey, this year is Miss M. H. Cotterell, M.A., from Canterbury College. She will read for a Higher Degree (probably Ph.D.) in History. The first holder of the scholarship was Miss H. M. Richmond, who took the course for Ph.D. in English and obtained that distinction in 1923. The second, Miss W. Young, chose chemistry, and took her Ph.D. in 1929. This particular scholarship has proved a valuable link between Canterbury College and the Eoyal Holloway College. Pianoforte students at the Eoyal Academy of Music include: Katharine I. Benham, Helen F. C. Hart, Kathleen M. Eoberts, Winifred "Williamson, Thelina F. Willoughby, and William Carlile Davis. Katharine I. Venables (Auckland) is making the violin her instrument, and Frances A. Nieol (Lower Hutt) is a vocal student. At the Eoyal College of Music, South Kensington, there are the following: Mrs. Meredith (Christchureh), Sheila Tobin, Nora Shillito, Margaret M'Arthur (Geraldine), and Helen Irving (Christchureh); also Mr. V. C. Peters (Christchureh). ROWING AND RUGBY. Of the four heats decided at Cambridge yesterday, in the Cambridge University light fours, the third, in which Third Trinity, the holders, and Jesus were engaged, attracted the mqst attention. The way in which Third Trinity won suggested that nothing bar an accident could prevent them registering their ninth successive win in this event on Saturday, when the final will be rowed. Third Trinity led over the whole course, and steered very well indeed. Jesus lost much ground by erratic steering at pike and eel. Conditions were not good, and the crews had a stiff head wind to contend with in long reach. Details: — Seeoiul Bound. —Heat H: Lady Margaret (D. Heig-Thomas, Eton, bow; F. M. Symonds, Bedford; B. H. H. Symonds, Bedford; F. J. Connell, Merchiston, stroke) beat Jesus 11. (L. Shepherd, Shrewsbury, bow; M. A. Belleville, Malvern; C. J. B. Palmer, South Africa; T. Beed, New Zealand, stroke) by thrce-quartera of a length. After a close game yesterday, the Oxford Greyhounds beat Oxford University at Oxford by two goals and a try (13 points) to a goal and two tries (11 points). One of the Greyhounds was W. G. Kalaughcr (N.A. and Balliol), one of the losing side was W. E. Henley (Otago and New College)— both Bho'des Scholars. "The Times" correspondent at Oxford says that the first try of the match was duo to a brilliant cut through by M'Canlis, and Kalaugher simply had to use his pace to run in between the posts. The same player scored a second try, forcing his way through a loose scrummage. Such was the result of Saturday's match played at Portsmouth —one of the finest matches seen there for a very long while. After a struggle for which the lead constantly changed hands, Oxford won by a margin of only three points—three placed goals and a try to three placed goals. W. E. Henley was one of the 'Varsity forwards. He failed to convert a try secured by Cardale. D. Orr-Ewing, in the forward pack for Services, robbed Oxford of a try by intervening just in the nick of time.

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STUDENT WORLD, Evening Post, Volume CX, Issue 151, 24 December 1930

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