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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-76

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70 PRIZES maw flDemorial pri3e This Prize was founded in 1903 by Mrs Warr in memory of Professor Warr Professor of Classical Literature in King's College from 1879 to 1901 This Prize is of the value of about £3 in books and will be awarded annually on the results of the examinations held at the end of the Easter Term in Latin Greek and Ancient History Only those Students who have been in regular attendance at the Classes in the above subjects during the Academical Year are eligible to compete Prizemen For the names of those elected previously to 1923 see former Calendars 1923 Morrow George Herbert 1925 Knight Eric Albert 1924 Oldaker Margaret Laetitia IRonalb Burrows flBemorial fi ri3e This Prize was founded in 1921 from funds contributed by the colleagues and friends of Ronald Montagu Burrows Lit Ph Principal of King's College from 1913 to 1920 The Prize is of the value of about £30 and is awarded annually to graduate of British University or of the University of Athens Preference will be given to Student who has graduated in Honours from King's College King's College for Women or King's College Theological Department The Prize is awarded after recommendation by the College Faculty of Arts in the case of students who have graduated from the College after consideration of the results of the University of London Honours Examinations in the case of other Graduates after con- sideration of the results of their Honours Degree examination supple- mented if necessary by reports of their teachers and by written or oral test The Prizeman will be required to pursue an approved course of advanced study to the satisfaction of the Principal in Ancient Mediaeval or Modern Greek Language Literature or History or in Greek Archaeology The date and manner of payment shall be at the discretion of the College Authorities student may be awarded the prize in two or more consecutive years If in any year the Prize is not awarded the interest thus accumu- lated shall be available at the discretion of the Principal either for an increase in the amount of Prize subsequently awarded or of the award of two prizes in subsequent year Prizeman 1922 Harris Hugh
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