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Nature volume 140, page 694 (16 October 1937) | Download Citation

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BIRMINGHAM.— At its last meeting the Council of the University was informed that the vice-chancellor and principal (Sir Charles Grant Robertson) had placed his resignation in the hands of the pro-chancellor (Mr. Walter Barrow), so that in accordance with the statutes of the University it may be considered at a meeting of the Court of Governors, which will have before it also the nomination of Dr. Raymond Priestley, of Melbourne, as his successor.

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