Education: Oxford Notes

Intelligence from New College—founded 1379—of Oxford University (as contained in the latest issue of the college bulletin to reach the U.S.):

> "In days when there is great talk of town-planning, much interest attaches to a watercolour panorama of Oxford made by Mr. Girdlestone's great-aunt a hundred years ago."

> "Mr. H. I. Parrott, now an officer in the Royal Signals, has celebrated the birth of his son by composing under the walls of Tobruk a Berceuse string quartet. . . ."

> "The College continues from time to time to review the position...

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