At first the teaching staff changed a great deal. Professor Hutton stayed only for the two terms of the first session and was then followed by F. G. Brabant but he also resigned after a year, and it was then decided to convert the Chair of Classics into one of Literature and History, the Professor of which would undertake such Classical teaching as might be necessary. P. A. Barnett was appointed to the new post . . .
HUTTON, Maurice was born in 1856 in Manchester. Son of Joseph Henry Hutton, Unitarian minister, who afterwards joined the Church of England, and was for many years Rector of West Heslerton, Yorkshire, and Mary Mottram. Nephew of Richard Hutton of the Spectator.
Education: Magdalen College School and Worcester College, Oxford. Open scholarship, 1874. 1st class Classical Moderations, 1877. 1st class Literae Humaniores, 1879. Master of Arts; Doctor of Laws (Honorary).
Career: Fellow of Merton College, 1879. Lecturer in Classics and Ancient History at Firth College, Sheffield, 1880. Professor of Classics in the University College, Toronto, 1880.
Chairman Designate of the Latin Section at the Congress of Arts and Sciences, St. Louis Exposition, 1904. Professor of Greek since 1887, and Principal since 1901, of University College, Toronto. Acting President of the University, 1900-1907. Oxford; Toronto, and Queen’s University, Kingston.
Interests: Classical and rhyming translations into Latin and Greek verse, Greek prose, rowing, sailing, and golf.
Connections: Spouse 1885, Annie Margaret, 3rd daughter of John M‘Caul, LL.D., first President of University Coll., Toronto.
Sheffield branch of the Classical Association, founded in 1920