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MELBOURNE,. Monday.-The Minister for the Navy, Mr. Makin, announced to-day the names of candidates for entry to the Royal Australian Naval College, who have been selected for appoint-
The school which each boy recently attended is shown after his name. The successful candidates will be required to join the college early in Februaryi The list Is:
Special cadetships (sons of persons who have been on active service abroad) :-Rory Ward Burnett, Mel- bourne (Melbourne Grammar School); and Peter Robert King, Woody Point. Queensland (Brisbane Grammar School).
Ordinary cadetships--Kenneth Mal- colm Barnett, East Gordon, N.S.W. (Sydney Grammar School); Peter Wilson Coombs, East Malvern, Vic- toria (Malvern Grammar School); Peter George Duncan, East St. Kilda, Victoria (Caulfield Grammar School); Thomas Reed Fisher, Crystal Brook, South Australia (Port Pirie High School); Ralph Phillips Hawkes. Pad- dington, Queensland (Brisbane Central Practising School) ; Samuel Edward Keith Hulme, Ascot Vale, Victoria (Wesley College Junior School, Mel- bourne > ; James Maxwell Kelly, Medi nie, South Australia (Adelaide High School); lan Alexander Gregor Mar Gregor, Mount Lawlev. Western Aus- tralia (Perth Boys' School); Edmund John Melwr, Cunnamulla, Queensland (State School, Cunnamulla); Richard Bradford Nunn, West Perth, Western Australia (Perth Modern School): Robert Percy, Windsor, Queensland Windsor State School, Brisbane); Kenneth Campbell Seale, Mosman, N.S.W. (North Sydney High School); Alan William Simpson, Enoggera, Queensland (Enoggera State School); John Bampfylde Snow, Launceston, Tasmania (Launceston State High School).
Rory Ward Burnett, who received a special cadetship, is the second son of the late Captain Joseph Burnett, who was in "command of H.M.A.S. Sydney when she was lost. Captain Burnett's eldest son, Patrick, is also at the naval college. _