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Nature volume 101, pages 218219 (16 May 1918) | Download Citation



BIRMINGHAM.—At the eighteenth annual meeting of the Court of Governors of the University in February last, a committee of twelve of its members was appointed to take into consideration the vacant Chancellorship. The committee has held three meetings) and after careful consideration will present a report to the special meeting of the Court, which has been convened for May 23, in which it will recommend that, subject to the approval of the Crown, the Rt. Hon. Lord Robert Cecil, K.C., M.P., be elected Chancellor of the University.

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