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How times have changed

David Pitts (Selwyn's) reveals a fascinating insight into College life during the years he was a pupil between 1940 & 1950. David begins his story at age 9 and finishes his recollections as Head Boy.
David in the 1949 School Play "The Devil To Pay"
David in the 1949 School Play "The Devil To Pay"

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