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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-79

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PRIZES 73 -FACULTY OF MEDICAL SCIENCE Xeatbes pri3es The Leathes Prizes were founded by the late Philip Hammersley Leathes Esq of Union Row Peokham Surrey in 1834 to be awarded to two Medical Students for their proficiency during the past Academic year in Religious Knowledge and likewise for their general Good Conduct These Prizes are administered by the Council and the regulations at present in force are the following The Prize is open to all regular Medical Students whether at King's College or King's College Hospital who fulfil the necessary conditions Every Candidate must produce certificates of good conduct of regular attendance at Divinity Lectures while Student of King's College and of passing the necessary examinations The Examination for the Prize will consist of two papers one general paper on the Apostles' Creed illustrated by the New Testa- ment the other paper on some special book of the Old Testament The Examination will be held at the beginning of the Michaelmas Term The next Examination will be held on October 12th 1925 The names of all Candidates must be sent in writing to the Secretary by October 4th For 1925 the special book selected for the Old Testament portion of the Examination will be the Book of Isaiah chap -xxxix to be studied in Skinner's Isaiah Cambridge Bible for Schools Prizemen For the names of those elected previously to 1914 see former Calendars 1914 Sheldon Joseph Harold 1916 Moody Ludlow Murcott Goff Alfred Laurence TKHarneforb Ip ri3es These Prizes were founded by the Rev Dr Warneford for the encouragement of the study of Theology among the Regular Medical Students of King's College There are two Prizes the first of the value of £25 consisting of silver medal and books or instruments and the second of the value of £15 consisting of bronze medal and books or instruments The Candidate must be certified to have passed in at least two subjects in the Medical curriculum in the previous Midsummer Examinations at King's College or King's College Hospital as the case may be No one will be eligible to compete for the Prize who does not qualify in Medical subjects
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