The blow finally fell on the Committee of Vice Chancellors and Principals press office last week. No, nothing to do with downsizing or rationalisation. Their real fear had always been a slow news week accompanying A-level results. The rest of Britain suffered blanket coverage and copious evidence that Sir Rhodes Boyson had once more been recalled from his winter quarters in a Cruickshank engraving. For the basement dwellers at CVCP, the deluge came in 52 press telephone calls over two days, up just slightly on last year's tally of 12.