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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-418

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xiv ANNUAL REPORT by Dance in the Great Hall This brought the Fourth Commemoration Week to highly successful close Debates have taken place regularly throughout the year The quality of the Review maintained its usual high standard under the Editorship of Miss Sillavan College Athletics have flourished during the year In the University Athletic Sports for Men King's obtained the third place and in the University Athletic Sports for Women held for the first time this year the second place The College was well represented in the various University Athletic Clubs Outside the College the students have taken an active part in the activities both of the National Union of Students and of the University of London Union Society The President and one of the Vice-Presidents of the University of London Union Society for next session are both King's College students The Engineering Society had very successful year The number of papers read to members of the Society was satisfactory and their quality high There was very good attendance at the Annual Dinner in November the Chair was taken by Sir John Dewrance and the guests of the evening wire Sir John Snell and Mr Sidney Prestoa At the Anniversary Meeting Sir George Goodwin read paper entitled Economics as Factor of Engineering There was good attendance at the meeting both of present and of past members of the Society The Annual Dance at which Mrs Restler acted as hostess was most enjoyable The third number of the King's Engineer was issued towards the end of the session It contained number of articles by prominent King's College engineers and an abstract of Sir George Goodwin's Anniversary Lecture 15 Functions Professor Masaryk President of the Republic of Czecho-Slovakia and former lecturer of the College visited the College in the Michael- mas Term He was received with an address in the Entrance Hall and reception was afterwards held in his honour in the Council Room Scientific Novelties Exhibition in aid of the London Hospitals was once more held in the College immediately after Christmas and as on the previous occasion the various Colleges and Schools of the University co-operated in the Exhibition It was generous action of those members of the staff of the College who threw themselves into the organisation of the Exhibition to sacrifice several days of their vacation to the cause of the Hospitals The Exhibition was well attended but as it was not held for so long period as was the case in the previous year the number of visitors and the amount secured for the Hospitals were somewhat less The funeral service of the wife of the Principal who died on January 27 was held in the College Chapel on Thursday January 31 1924 Liceat marito viduo ab imo oorde omnibus iis gratias agere et magistra et scholaribus qui uxoris exsequias cohonestaverunt
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