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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-339

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evening classes 335 Prizes and Certificates At the close of every Winter Session Examinations are held in each subject Prizes and Certificates of Honour and Merit are then awarded Prize will be given by Cunningham Esq to that one of the Associates of the current year who at the examinations in the 15 Courses of Lectures in Divinity and 12 in other subjects which the rules require him to attend before receiving that rank has gained the highest number of marks No Prize will be given for aless aggregate than 000 marks nor to any Student whose Schedules of Attendance are not returned properly signed to the Librarian before the lust day of the Winter Session The marks of only subjects not including Divinity can be reckoned in one Winter Session and however long the Student's course of study is extended Divinity can only be reckoned three times If Student attends more than 12 Courses of Lectures exclusively of Divinity for the Associateship the 12 in which he gains most marks will be reckoned for this Prize Half marks only will be allowed for classes attended in the Summer Session II Bronze Medal will be given annually in this Depart- ment out of funds presented to the College by the Jelf Testimonial Committee to that Matriculated Student who in the examinations of the Winter Session shall gain the highest number of Marks in Divinity and any other two subjects not being Writing Drawing Shorthand or Public Speaking No Prize will be given for less number than 240 marks nor to any one whose Schedule of Attendances is not re- turned properly signed to the Librarian before the last day vf the Winter Session
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