Foreign News: Bishop's Bound

Everybody recognized the worn brown face beneath the worn black beret. As usual, there were a few discreet cheers. General Sir Bernard Law Montgomery was paying a filial visit to his father's old college, Cambridge's famed Trinity. His father, Henry Hutchinson Montgomery, had made a great name at Trinity as an athlete; he had been a militant Christian who became an athletic Bishop; at 70, bald, snow-bearded and retired, he still walked his 18 miles a day. Standing before the Tudor Gothic dining hall on one side of Nevile's Court, the General...

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