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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1888-1889-436

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430 EVENING CLASSES No Prize or Scholarship will be awarded for less aggregate than 300 marks and no Exhibition for less than 240 marks nor to any Student whose schedule of attendance is not returned properly signed to the Librarian before the last day of the Winter Session VI The Prizes will be given wholly in books orhalf in books and half in Cash at the option of the successful Candidate VII -Payment for the Scholarships and Exhibitions will be made at the end of the Summer Session and each half of the Winter Session beginning with the first half of the Winter Session after the election provided that the Student produces certificates from the Principal and the Dean of good conduct of having attended regularly at least one Course of Lectures in the Summer and two in the Winter Divinity not to be reckoned as one of them and Λ of having gained at least half marks in the examination held in such subjects at the close of each session VIII -If Student is attending the Evening Classes and gains the Certificates named in Clause VII during the Summer Session in which the election is announced it will not be necessary for him to attend during the first succeeding Summer if an Exhibitioner or the second succeeding Summer if Scholar IX -No Prize Scholarship or Exhibition can be taken twice by the same Student -In the event of failure strictly to fulfil the fore- going conditions the Scholarship or Exhibition will absolutely lapse Scholars 1879 Clarke Thomas Richard Ross William John Clanies 1880 Hurst Franklin Lake Arthur Frederick 1881 Gardiner Charles Harrison George Alfred
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