National Geographic : 1946 Apr
vJ :,Nanona ieograpnlc oocieu lOUltCI'O1All uy 1.Ai.L1i1i Y D iIL Bull Hotel, Given Over to Americans, Inevitably Became "Bull College," theGI's Alma Mater Every fighting Texan who could get to Cambridge made a beeline to the author's rooms for a talk about longhorns and cactus thorns. After the war scores ofYanks took an 8-week course at Army expense. Bull Hotel owes its name to an ancestor, the Black Bull. On the rightloom thetowers ofKing's Chapel (Plate XII).