Education: Giddy Girton

The mere presence of females at Oxford and Cambridge universities was for many years considered preposterous, most irregular. Certainly the young ladies at Somerville College and Girton College would have to look sharp, behave themselves suitably. Last week it became known that Girton, at least, was letting up on restrictions. Abolished was the chaperon system by which Girton girls could make visits and go to dances only in pairs. They may now visit alone in college rooms or lodgings. They may receive young men in their common rooms until 10 p. m....

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