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Description Anthony Harris (17), the winner of the Ross Osborn Scholarship for the second year running, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Harris of Hill Crest [Hillcrest]. Ross Osborn was a Hilton student who died after a climbing accident in the Drakensberg. Every year the scholarship is awarded to the Hilton College boy who has most displayed Osborn's qualities of courage and determination in the face of odds. Mr. R. G. Slater, the headmaster of Hilton College (left), and Sir Richard Luyt, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, pause for a chat during the school's annual Speech Day yesterday. Sir Richard and Lady Luyt travelled to Hilton from Cape town specially for the occasion. Back Me, Says Hilton Head AFS Work Praised By Head
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