||November 23 1941. In June, I941. killed in action in the Middle East, Charles Edward Wetherall Hull. M.C., Captain, The Queen's Royal Regiment. He was at Radley (Stevenson's. D) from 1930 to 1934. As a scholar he did not reach prominence. but in everything practical he was most successful. A typical achievement was the building of a sailing boat in the carpenter's shop, and its subsequent safe launching in the river. After leaving Radley. he went to Scotland to work as a factor. In January, 1936. he became a Sec. Lt. in the Supplementary Reserve of the Queen's Regiment and was posted to a regular battalion in the following year. Immediately before the outbreak of war he was on service in Palestine where he won he Military Cross for conspicuous gallantry and initiative. Shortly before his death his name appeared in the London Gazette among those mentioned for distinguished services in the field in the Middle East.