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St Hugh's College, Oxford: Quiz

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Question 1: Using money left to her by her father, a bishop of Lincoln, she named the College after one of his thirteenth century predecessors, ________, who was canonised in 1220, and in whose diocese Oxford had been.
Hugh of LincolnThomas BecketCatholic ChurchCarthusian

Question 2: As of 2006 the college had an estimated ________ of £27 million.
Financial endowmentLeverage (finance)Limited partnershipInstitutional investor

Question 3: It was founded by Elizabeth Wordsworth, great-niece of the famous poet, ________.
Romantic poetryWilliam WordsworthGeorge Gordon Byron, 6th Baron ByronSamuel Taylor Coleridge

Question 4: St Hugh's College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford, ________, located on St Margaret's Road, North Oxford.
WalesUnited KingdomEnglandScotland

Question 5: The gardens are also the venue for croquet, tennis and ultimate frisbee, and St Hugh's is the only Oxford college with its own ________ courts.
National Basketball AssociationIce hockeyOlympic GamesBasketball







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