Education: Oxford Tour

The languid young man who conducted the London-to-Oxford University tour was quite unlike any guide the tourists had ever seen before. "You must be very patient," he drawled as the bus pulled out of London. "You see, anything might happen on this tour." As the day wore on,-the sightseers saw just what 20-year-old Tom Stacey meant. The trip they took last week—the first ever run by Oxford undergraduates—was something to remember.

The bright idea had come to Old Oxonian Stacey when he got to thinking about Britain's festival year. Why, he wondered, shouldn't Oxford students themselves cash in on the tourist-trade boom?...

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