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XV111 ANNUAL REPORT sity of Grenoble Mr Varley was appointed to the Lycee at Valence and is continuing his studies at the University of Lyons Department of German -The numbers in the various classes of the Department both day and evening were about the same as last year There was slight increase in the number of students reading for Honours but somewhat smaller first year The total number of students including those attending classes for Science students and classes for the degree of Com was 113 In the Final Examina- tions both in October 1923 and in June 1924 all the candidates Pass and Honours were successful In October two Second Classes were obtained in June one First and three Second Classes The English Goethe Society which has resumed its activities after being in suspense since the outbreak of the war held most of its meet- ings in the College chiefly in the German departmental library where the Frida Mond Collection aroused great interest Papers were read to the Society by Professor Atkins and Dr Rose Department of Spanish Studies -The total number of students working in the Department was 87 including 30 from the School of Economics who were attending classes for the degrees of Com and Sc Econ Although the total numbers were smaller than those of the previous session the number of those regularly attending Honours lectures increased considerably and course Intro- duction to the Literary History of Spain on Tuesday evenings was attended by 14 students three of whom were reading for Honours The corresponding but more advanced day class on Fridays was attended by students three of whom were candidates for Honours and three were working for Pass degree marked improvement was noticeable in the number of candidates for the Special Inter- mediate Examination there were during the session all of whom were successful In the Honours degree examination held in October 1923 there were candidates who were placed in the third class In the examination held in June candidates again entered All obtained Honours and were placed in the First Class One of the students who took First Class Honours had done all his work in the evening Three students who were successful in obtaining Pass Degree offered Spanish as one of their subjects The session was encouraging in three respects the development of the Evening Department which offers increasing facilities to Honours students the increase of Post-graduate and Research work and the great interest in the public lectures arranged by the Department Miss Mary Stephenson who left the College after taking First Class Honours degree in Spanish was awarded the Gilchrist Student- ship and has now begun her studies in Madrid on The Origin of the Romantic Movement in Spain with view to the degree of Ph Miss de Castro commenced work on thesis entitled The Archi- tectural Background to the Life of Alfonso Miss Bose who
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