G. F. MANSFIELD (Prefect, 1926-29 ; Captain of Whittingliam, 1927-29). In Manfield we are losing one who worked quietly and conscientiously, both as a Prefect and as Captain of Whittingham, for the benefit of the School. We wish him every success in the Civil Service career which he has taken up.
K. R. HIPKIN (Prefect, 1928; Vice-Captain of Football, 1928), a deservedly popular member of the School. He has, we understand, obtained a post with a firm of tobacconists.
J. R. UPTON (Prefect, 1926-29). We wish Upton the best of success at King's College, London, where he is studying for a Science Degree.
R. A. TINGEY (Prefect, 1928-29; Captain of Whittingham, 1929). As Secretary of the Debating Society and of the Photographic Society, Tingey did much valuable work for the School. We wish him every success at University College, London.
A. A. MAXWELL (Prefect, 1928-29; Vice-Captain of Football, 1929; Captain of Whittingham, 1929). Our best wishes go with him in his post in Pilkington's, the glass manufacturers.
D. R. DAVIDSON (Prefect, 1929). Davidson's departure is a great loss to the School in general and to the Dramatic Society in particular. We wish "Lady Cicely" every success in the Eagle Star and British Dominions Assurance Company where he has obtained a post.