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care has obviously been taken, result in quite undistinguished English prose. As a case in point we quote the following from one of this month's entries. We prefer not to say whose version it is because we do not want a valued competitor to think we are pillorying his work, but we wish to point out to him and others that this should have been merely the middle stage. From this foundation he could have worked up a passage of distinction:

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There is no sagacious mind, no thoughtful man concerned about the future, that does not feel together the greatness of the danger and the stern necessity of serving in order not to disappear and these are not vague conjectures; the facts are plain and pitiless and things have chosen for us. The circumstances, at the close of which Western civilization is in danger of being swallowed up or of falling into slavery, can be perceived by every one: they are in the papers.

We thank "L.G." for her letter. When two persons compete from one house we are, of course, ready to accept stamps in lieu of coupon from one of them. The version of "Suschens Vogel that "L. G." sends would have figured in Class I, and fairly near the top, but it would not have gained the Prize; one line, in particular, needs improvement: My bird at once pricked up his ear.

Readers may be interested to know that "Défense de l'Occident is a French reply to that monumental German work, "Der Untergang des Abendlandes," by Oswald Spengler.

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RANSFER of Boarding and Day School for Girls in Southern Scotland. 42 pupils (12 boarders). Gross Receipts, about £2,000. Steady Profit of £300 per annum. Premises (including Gymnasium, &c.) on lease at £80 per annum. Studio extra. Price for Goodwill, School Equipment, and part of the household Furniture, £1,000.-No. 5,914.

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Boarding School for Girls in the South-West of England. 50 pupils. Fees, about £100 per annum. Should be Church of England. Price for half-share in Goodwill and Furniture, £1,000.-No. 5,757.

PARTNERSHIP in, or TRANSFER of, a small Preparatory Day on the North Wales Coast. 44 pupils (5 boarders). Leasehold premises. Rent, £200 per annum. Gross Receipts, £1,700. Goodwill, £600. Furniture at a valuation.-No. 5,915.

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RANSFER of Hostel in connection with a Day School for Girls at a well-known South Coast town. About 14 boarders (accommodation for 20). Boarding fees, £75 per annum. Average Receipts, £1,480. Leasehold Premises at £120 per annum. For Goodwill, one term's fees. School and Household Furniture at a valuation.-No. 5,918.

RANSFER of old-established Girls' Day School on the Northable profit. Leasehold Premises at £130 per annum. Price for Goodwill, one term's fees. Furniture at a valuation.-No. 5,865.

RANSFER of, or PARTNERSHIP in, small Preparatory Day neighbourhood near London. About 40 pupils. Gross Receipts, £700. Premises on Lease. Price, £650 to include Goodwill, Furniture, Stationery, Books, &c. Pro rata for Partnership.-No. 5921.

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Scholarship Awards

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY, BELFAST Entrance Scholarships: W. F. Beatty, J. Boyce, E. Lockett (Royal Academical Institution, Belfast). Porter Scholarships: J. Boyce, W. F. Beatty (Royal Academical Institution, Belfast).

CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

John Stewart of Rannoch Open Scholarship in Sacred Music: J. R. Denny (Christ's College).

DOWNING COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Scholarships: T. G. Tutin (Gotham Secondary School), R. Hartnett (Battersea Grammar School). Exhibitions: G. Crwys-Williams (Mill Hill School), L. A. Hopkins (Bablake School, Coventry), H. B. Roberts (Rossall), B. E. Hussey (King Edward VI, Stafford), R. L. Benison (Royal Grammar School, Lancaster), J. C. Seddon (Wigan Grammar School), W. B. Yapp (Bristol Grammar School), W. E. Flood (City of Norwich School), I. W. Stray (Liverpool Institute), R. W. R. Miller (Solihull School), W. V. Carpenter (Dover County School).

EMMANUEL COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Wrenbury Scholarship: H. A. J. Martin. E. J. Fearnsides Scholarship (£100): H. L. Wilson.

GIRTON COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Mathematics: Carlisle Scholarship (£80): C. M. Whitaker (Mary Datchelor School). Leighton Scholarship (£16): F. M. Howell (King Edward's High School, Birmingham). College Scholarship (15): B. U. Wrenick (Abbey School, Malvern). Turle Scholarship (£15): F. Stooke (King Edward's High School, Birmingham). Classics Menzies Scholarship (60): M. Whittaker (Bridlington High School). Arnold Scholarship (40): P. M. Clements (Fulham Secondary School). Hiddens Scholarship (£40): E. M. M. Reeve (Mary Datchelor School). Mary Gurney Scholarship (G.P.D.S.T.), (£75): V. G. Martin (Blackheath High School). Turle Scholarships (£15 each): B. C. Le Maitre (St. Leonards School, St. Andrews), M. I. Eraut (Galway Grammar School). College Scholarships (£15 each): E. M. Wood (Perse High School, Cambridge), M. Glanvill (Farringtons, Chislehurst), N. C. Morton (Leeds High School). Natural Sciences: Carlisle Scholarship (£80 each): O. D. Saltmarsh (Perse High School), E. C. Wilson (St. George's School, Edinburgh and Edinburgh University). Turle Scholarship (15): K. F. Earp (Sydenham High School). History: Harrison Scholarship (50): B. B. Crighton Miller (St. Leonards School, St. Andrews). Hallett Scholarship (40): K. M. A. Moore (Fulham Secondary School). Modern Languages: Clothworkers' Scholarship (£80): M. A. Bryan (West Heath, Ham Common). Higgens Scholarship (£40) A. E. Traill (Bedford High School). Turle Scholarship (15): K. D. Lunghi (Mary Datchelor School). English: Turle Scholarship (15): E. M. Sheard (Bradford Grammar School). Geography: Carlisle Scholarship (100) : D. L. Davey (James Allen's School, Dulwich).

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GONVILLE AND CAIUS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE John Stewart of Rannoch Scholarship in Greek and Latin: C. R. Wason. Open Scholarship: F. N. Crofts. Rhondda Studentship for Classics: R. A. Browne (University College of South Wales).

JESUS COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

Open Scholarships: E. J. Frank, C. M. Lee, E. S. Abbott.

KING'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

Choral Scholarships: C. F. Pare (Nottingham High School), O. N. W. Hemming (Cheltenham College), H. R. Synge (King's School, Bruton). Barnes Scholarship: J. Rodney (King's College).

NEWNHAM COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Mathematics: College Scholarship ((80): M. W. Young (Streatham Hill High School). Clothworkers' Scholarship (80): E. Marriott (Herbert Strutt School, Belper). Exhibitions (£15 each): E. M. Bellamy (Badminton School, Westburyon-Trym), S. Buskin (King Edward's High School, Birmingham). Classics: Mary Ewart Scholarship (100), and the Goodhart Memorial Prize (£20): K. A. Skinner (St. Paul's Girls' School, London). Mathilde Blind Scholarship (50) : M. Hall (Bradford Grammar School). Exhibitions (£15 each) B. M. Gorse (St. Margaret's, Bushey), J. B. King (St. Paul's Girls' School, London), E. M. Dance (Portsmouth High School), O. K. Crowther (Bolton School). Natural Sciences : College Scholarship (35): J. M. Nicholls (Wolverhampton High School). History College Scholarship (£35): J. F. H. Dean (Orme Girls' School, Newcastle-under-Lyme). Exhibition (£15): B. M. Spencer (St. Paul's Girls' School, London). Modern Languages: Caroline Turle Scholarship (£80): M. T. A. Griffiths (Twickenham County School). Birmingham Scholarship (35): A. E. Gibson (Winchester School). Exhibition (£15): D. E. King (Clapham County Secondary School). English: College Scholarship (£80): T. R. Johnson (Ipswich High School). Gilchrist Scholarship (50): D. R. Cohen (Godolphin and Latymer School, London). Exhibition (£15): M. R. Lyne (Girls' Modern School, Leeds). Geography: Winkworth Scholarship (£50): M. M. Saunders (Thetford Grammar School). Exhibition (£15): A. M. Compton (Oswestry High School).

PEMBROKE COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

Gibson Spanish Scholarship: F. J. Norton. John Stewart of Rannoch Open Scholarship in Sacred Music: W. L. Snowdon; in Greek and Latin: N. R. Ramsay. Minor Scholarships: Mathematics: M. H. Eck (Wolverhampton Grammar School). Classics: Č. H. Hammer (Dulwich College). Natural Sciences: S. Hill (Doncaster Grammar School). Exhibitions: Mathematics: S. Robinson (Malvern College). Classics: J. H. Walden-Jones (Shrewsbury School), L. Mills (Cambridge and County School). Natural Sciences: R. W. Shaw (King Edward's School, Stourbridge). Modern Languages: E. E. Rider (Berkhamsted School). English: W. Laing (Barnard Castle School), W. Moore (Maidstone Grammar School).

PETERHOUSE, CAMBRIDGE

Lightfoot Scholarship in Ecclesiastical History, of about £78 a year for three years: G. W. Greenaway. John Stewart of Rannoch Open Scholarship in Sacred Music: G. H. Knight.

SELWYN COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Scholarships: History: B. T. W. Biggs (Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester), Orpen Scholarship; G. D. S. Dixon (Latymer Upper School, Hammersmith), T. Elliott (Royal Grammar School, Newcastle-on-Tyne). Exhibitions: Mathematics: R. Davies (Christ's Hospital), J. E. Dolby (Stamford School). Classics: L. H. S. Emerson (Whitgift Grammar School), A. H. D. Tozer (Felstead School). Natural Sciences: W. J. Fairbairn (Sloane School, Chelsea), A. F. W. Hughes (Cheltenham Grammar School). History: C. W. Bell (City and County School, Chester). Elected to the Organ Scholarship: S. H. H. Renshaw (St. John's School, Leatherhead).

SIDNEY SUSSEX COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Harkness Scholarship: F. W. Shotton. Bell Scholarship: E. D. Smith (Sidney Sussex).

ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE Scholarships, Close and Open Exhibitions and Sizarships.-Open Scholarships: Mathematics: J. Larmour (Queen's University, Belfast). Natural Sciences: T. Gregory Smith (Watford Grammar School). Open Exhibitions: Classics: W. L. Elsworth (Bradford Grammar School. Natural Sciences: N. C. Lendon (Warwick School). Mathematics: E. de B. Robinson (University of Toronto). Dowman Sizarships: N. C. Lendon (Warwick School), A. W. Howard (Great Yarmouth Grammar School, L. H. Collison (Mill Hill School). To Close Exhibi tions: Lupton and Hebblethwaite: M. K. Martyn (Sedbergh School). Archdeacon Johnson: G. N. Tod (Uppingham School). Somerset: B. Whipp (Manchester Grammar School), G. Blunt (Hereford School). John Stewart of Rannoch Open Scholarships: Hebrew: G. A. Yates, B. W. Greenup. Greek and Latin: D. E. W. Wormell. Bell Scholarship: W. J. N. Warner (St. John's College).

TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE

Research Studentship: L. R. Palmer (University College of South Wales. Dominion and Colonial Exhibitions: F. L. Arnot (St. Paul's College, University of Sydney), G. S. Arnot (Queen's University, Ontario). Barnes Scholarship: W. C. G. Knowles (Trinity College).

TRINITY COLLEGE, DUBLIN Classical Sizarship: J. S. Alcorn (Royal Academical Institution, Belfast). UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM

The examiners for entrance scholarships have awarded an Ellerton Scholarship of £30 to K. L. McCutcheon (Holgate Grammar School, York), and have recom mended to the Council of the Durham College, the award of the following entrance scholarships: Classics (£50 each): W. Hampshire (Bradford Grammar School, J. F. Gaskin (Nottingham High School). Mathematics (£40 each): A. G. Ellis (Wheelwright Grammar School, Dewsbury), J. R. Graham (Henry Smith School, Hartlepool). (£25): J. A. Hutton (Bede Collegiate School, Sunderland). Theology (£40): A. King. English (£40): Marjorie B. Tilley (Girls' County School, Durham, (£25): Dorothy Veitch (County Secondary School, Blaydon). History (£25): Barbara N. Wilson (St. Mary and St. Anne, Abbot's Bromley). Science (£25 each): K. C. Dunham (Johnston School, Durham), H. Hope (Chester-le-Street Secondary School), B. L. Jones (Alderman Wraith School, Spennymoor), T. Kipling (Alderman Wraith School, Spennymoor), T. Kirkbride (Chester-le-Street Secondary School), A. Morton (Morpeth Grammar School), H. C. Watson (Barnard Castle School).

UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM COLLEGE OF MEDICINE University Medical Scholarship (tenable at the College of Medicine): T. F. Main. A Pears Scholarship (tenable at the College of Medicine): E. H. Hanson. UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH

Charles Maclaren Scholarship in Mathematics: G. C. M'Vittie. John Edward Baxter Scholarship in Mathematics: D. A. Walker. Vans Dunlop Scholarship in Mathematics: J. Cossar. Nichol Foundation in Natural Philosophy: G. C M'Vittie. Neil Arnott Scholarship in Experimental Physics: H. Carmichael. Annabella Kirkpatrick Scholarship in History: A. Johnston. Vans Dunlop Scholarship in English: Margaret Ĉ. Dears. Vans Dunlop Scholarship in Semetic Languages: N. A. M'Leod. Gray Scholarship in Modern Languages: J. R. Preston. Lanfine Bursary in Mental Philosophy: A. M. Fairweather. Lanfine Bursary in Mathematics: A. E. Hope. Newton Bursary in Natural Philosophy: C. Clark. Donald Fraser Bursary: Margaret M'Queen Burnett, J. S. Kay, Horsliehill-Scott Third-year Bursary: N. MacMichael. Harrison Third-year Bursary G. D. Monro. Vans Dunlop Scholarship in Natural History: G. A. Steven. Baxter Natural Science Scholarship: Lily M. Cunningham. Mackay Smith Scholarship in Chemistry: G. B. Moorhouse. Vans Dunlop Scholarship in Engineering: W. Morrison. Trevelyan Scholarship in Engineering: F. S. Stewart. Steven Scholarship in Agriculture: E. Whittaker.

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, LEICESTER

The following open scholarships of the value of £40 each for three years have been awarded (alphabetical order): Constance Bennett (County Grammar School, Market Harborough), R. B. Burrows (Wyggeston Grammar School, Leicester), H. Chesterman (Hinckley Grammar School) J. S. Gittins (Hinckley Grammar School). The following bursaries of the value of £20 for three years have also been awarded (alphabetical order): Florence Emily Billsdon (Newark Girls' School, Leicester), May Hanson (County Grammar School, Melton Mowbray, Margaret Lilian Hodby (County Grammar School, Market Harborough), Arthur Shilton (Market Bosworth Grammar School).

UNIVERSITY OF LONDON

Travelling Scholarships, tenable for one year (founded by Trustees of Sir Ernest Cassel's Educational Trust): A. R. Byng, J. C. Gilbert, S. Hamburger S. W. Mayhew (all London School of Economics). Scholarship of £100 (founded by Sir Edward Stern): M. Striker (Ext. Stud.). University Exhibitions of a year, tenable for two years: W. G. Boyd (Sunderland Bede College School and King's College), L. G. Innocent (King's College), G. F. Keast (Eastbourne Muai cipal Secondary School), J. W. T. Spinks (King's College), H. Wooldridge (Reading School and King's College).

BEDFORD COLLEGE, LONDON

Reid Scholarship: Patricia G. Whiting (Plymouth High School). Clift Courtauld Scholarship: Lydia M. Palmer (South Hampstead High School. Reid Trustees' Scholarship: Frances M. Hartley (Keswick School). Plea Scholarship: Mary B. Harford (Clapham High School). Henry Tate Scholarship in Science: Florence E. Bilsdon (Newarke Girls' School, Leicester). Council Scholarship: Valarie Pittman (Clapham High School).

EAST LONDON COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF LONDON Drapers' Company Arts Scholarships: R. Maw (Darlington Grammar School May Battle (Camden School for Girls). Drapers' Company Arts Exhibition A. E. Jones (University College School), Margaret Benford (Kettering High School). Drapers' Company Science Scholarships: D. W. C. Barham and T. A. J. Spencer (Central Foundation School), Ellen V. Palmer (Norwich Municipal Secondary School). Drapers' Company Science Exhibitions: M. Rosenberg (Central Foundation School), Elsie A. Simmons (Barr's Hill Secondary School, Coventry) Exhibition (£22 10s.): T. H. Lumley (Darlington Grammar School. N.B. The awards at the East London College are subject to the approval of the Court of Assistants of the Drapers' Company.

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