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Page 14 text:
ln the third year, A. E. Robinette won the
Maurice Cody Scholarship in Modern His-
tory, a scholarship, it may be remarked,
founded in memory of one of our outstand-
ing Old Boys. D. H. Copp won the Daniel
Wilson Scholarship in Biological and
Medical Sciences, and C. Taylor two
scholarships in Philosophy. English and
ln the final year, our boys were particu-
larly prominent-a result that was to be ex-
pected in view of the fact that they belong
to one of the most brilliant graduating
classes in the history of The University
Schools. A. F. B. Coggio, won both the
B.A.A.S. bronze medal in Science and the
David Dunlop Scholarship in Psychology.
Donald Baillie won the Prince of Wales
Prize in Mathematics and the Governor-
General's medal for the best graduate in
Mathematics at Trinity College. W. M.
Gray captured the S. H. Janes silver medal
in Mathematics and Physics at Victoria Col-
The Twig congratulates these Old Boys
on their splendid achievements.
Bob Bryce 09281, after spending three
years in post-graduate work in England, is
now at Harvard. He has been awarded a
scholarship which entitles him to two years
in research work in Economics.
R. L. Noble 119287 has won a Lord
Leverhulme Fellowship worth 500 pounds
sterling in the Royal College of Physicians.
He is working under Professor Bodds at the
Middlesex Hospital in England.
With deep regret we record the
death of John Nicholson in a motor
accident last July. John, a graduate
of 1934, was a lad of somewhat retir-
ing disposition, but, to those intimate
with him, a cheerful, kindly pal. To
his bereaved mother, we extend our
The honour of being the first U.T.S. Old
Boy to make his name in the world of the
Theatre belongs to Guy Monypenny. Guy
was a graduate of '24 U8 years at the
timej and, after several years of further
study, settled down to make his living by
selling hand-made lamps in a store in
Toronto's Greenwich Village. He made a
trip to New York in June, 1933 fwith the
intention of staying two weeksl, to sell some
songs which he had written and to write new
ones. But while he was there he became
interested in the Group Theatre, which in
its turn became interested in him and gave
him a part with Philip Merivale in "Valley
Forge." When the run of this play came to
an end, our young actor had so impressed
the Group Theatre that he went, with Mr.
Merivale, into the cast of Maxwell Ander-
son's "Mary of Scotland," in which was
starred that great American actress Helen
Hayes. While visiting Miss Hayes last sum-
mer, he met Noel Coward, and that amaz-
ing and Versatile gentleman took a further
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interest in him. He is playing again with
Helen Hayes this fall in Maxwell Ander-
son's new play, which presents Miss Hayes
as Queen Victoria.
Besides his activities on the stage proper,
Guy is studying the Art of the Theatre with
various teachers, and in odd moments he is
writing songs which have found their way
to the top of the list. l-le is off to a grand
start, and, if we are to believe the critics, he
is one of those young men in the Theatre
world who "must be watched."
BACKF IRES-TWENTY-F IVE YEARS
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you an Encyclopaedia?"
Johnny: UNO, sir, l clon't ricle one."
-The Annals, 1918-1920.
"There's nothing in it," said the mayor,
shaking his head emphatically.
-The Twig, Oct. I922.
She: 'il-low dicl you break your glasses.
He: "Sat clown on them."
She: "Some acrobat."
-The Twig, Oct. l922.
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