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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-419

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ANNUAL REPORT XV For the first time dinner of the Fellows of King's College was held during the session The dinner was held on June 11 the date of the granting of its Charter to the College The new Fellows elected during the session were the guests of the other Fellows form of admission of new Fellows was also instituted and the Principal on behalf of the College formally admitted the new Fellows who were presented by the Deans of the relevant faculties at the gathering of staff and students before the delivery of the Foundation Oration in December farewell dinner was given in the College to Professor Adamson by his old pupils in July and presentations were made to him and to Mrs Adamson to commemorate the services which he had rendered to many generations of students REPORTS OF DEPARTMENTS Family of Arts Department of Classics -Sixty-nine day students and forty evening students received instruction in Intermediate Latin in the Depart- ment and six day and two evening students received instruction in Intermediate Greek For the Pass Degree fifty-five students thirty six day and nineteen evening received instruction in Latin and five evening students in Greek Eight day students were reading for Honours in Classics or Latin Post-graduate work for the degree of in Classics was being done by two students in Latin Palaeography under the direction of the Professor During the session course of public lectures was arranged by the head of the Department in which Professor Gilbert Murray Professor Toynbee and Mr Edwyn Bevan all joined Two of the students in the Department attained Honours in the Final Examination The head of the Department is planning an extension of evening work in Classics in conjunction with the head of the English Department Department of English -During the past session the position of the Department both day and evening has been well maintained There were over one hundred students attending the Intermediate Classes and no less than ninety enrolled as Honours students In addition the Post-graduate and Ph students numbered thirty In the October Examination for English Honours three students were placed in the First Class one of these member of the evening classes In this year's June Examination one of the students Miss Margaret Cranswick headed the list and was awarded the George Smith Studentship Another student also gained high place in the First Class Four Post-graduate students obtained the Degree of Ph Twenty-six students were awarded the University Diploma in English Language and Literature five receiving the mark of distinction In the recent sessional examination for the Diploma 122 received the
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