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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-417

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ANNUAL REPORT Χ1Π that these additions will attract increasing numbers of students from the College Mr Cremer resigned the office of Warden in which he had rendered invaluable services and was succeeded by Mr Campbell Lecturer in the Department of Mechanical Engineering King's College Hostel for Women -The Hostel accommodated on an average 45 students in each term and was also let very advan- tageously for conferences during the Christmas and Long Vacations On Miss Plumer's resignation Dr Margaret Tribe of the Depart- ment of Zoology was appointed Warden Bookcases and additional tables have been added to the students' rooms and easy-chairs to the Common Room 13 Site Question Early in the session conference was held at the University between the Co-ordination and Developments Committee of the Senate and representatives of the Council of King's College and the Delegacy It was decided to ask for an interview with the Treasury In the event the Senate appointed the members of the Committee along with four representatives of the Delegacy to attend on its behalf and the Council sent at the same time separate deputation The interview took place on March 14 letter from the Treasury was received by the Principal in the beginning of August but its consideration will be the business of next session 14 College Societies and Activities The College Societies had another successful year Commemoration Week was the outstanding event of the Michaelmas Term The week commenced with the College Dinner on Wednesday December the 12th and on the following day the Oration on Is Our Civilisation Decaying was delivered by Mr Squire very successful dance was held on Friday the 14th at the Suffolk Galleries The Dramatic Society produced The Importance of Being Earnest giving Matinoe on Saturday afternoon and an evening performance on Saturday and Monday On Monday December 17th the Bishop of Gloucester preached at the Commemoration Service which was held in the College Chapel On Tuesday afternoon very successful Debate was held on the motion That in the opinion of this House the liberty of the Press is becoming danger to the liberty of the People proposed by Mr Cole and opposed by Mr Philip GuedaUa large number of students attended On the same evening the Principal the Dean and the President of the Old Students' Association Mr Wordingham held Reception and the Scientific Departments of the College were thrown open to the guests On Wednesday afternoon the 19th the College Winter Athletic Clubs opposed those of University College on the War Memorial Ground at Mitcham In the evening the Commenjoration Supper took place in the Women's Common Room and the Refectory and was followed
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