Prof. S. L. Loney

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SIDNEY LUXTON LONEY, whose death at the age of seventy-nine years occurred on May 16, belonged to the older generation of Cambridge mathematicians, whose training was broad as well as specialized, and his position as third Wrangler in the then undivided Tripos justified the high opinion formed of his abilities at Tonbridge School by his teacher, Mr. Hilary, one of the most remarkable mathematical teachers of his generation.

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HIGGINS, E. Prof. S. L. Loney. Nature 143, 1011–1012 (1939) doi:10.1038/1431011a0

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