National Geographic : 1936 Sep
SN national Lxeograpnic society r inlay rnotograpn Dy oernara vvaKeman A FAVORITE VISTA ON THE CAM-ST. JOHN'S OLD BRIDGE Paddling under its graceful arches, boating parties look downstream toward the " Bridge of Sighs," which leads to New Court (Plate III). Each college has its own dining hall, and numerous servants known as "gyps." Students may attend lectures at other colleges besides their own. rnmay rnotograpn Dywaiter ivi.rawaros "DON" AND STUDENTCHAT BENEATH QUEENS' OLD SUNDIAL The tutor wears shorts, theundergraduate arowing blazer. Atchapel, lectures, dinner, and otherstated times, thetraditional square caps and black or blue gowns are the undergraduate dress. Formerly thechapel for Queens' College, this mellow brick building isnow alecture hall.