Philip douglas & his magic sound - philicorda stereo spectacular


Shy by nature, unused to boarding and with little aptitude for organised sport, Douglas found it difficult to fit in at first. Gradually his confidence grew, and by the time he left at the end of 1933, Milner was able to declare him ‘gifted with fine literary taste and discriminating appreciation’ as well as ‘gentlemanly, responsive to ideals, loyal, courteous and devoted to his cultural pursuits’. 2

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