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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1925-1926-80

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7-1 PRIZES The Candidate must produce certificates of good conduct of regular attendance at Divinity Lectures and of having passed the annual Examination in Divinity during his Course at the College The Candidates must submit an Essay on some Theological subject comprised within the terms of the Trust which will be prescribed one year in advance The subject for the Essay in the Theological part of this Examination will be in October 1925 The Argument from Design in the light of Modern Biology" and in 1926 "The Idea of Creative Evolution Prizemen For the names of those elected previously to 1921 see former Calendars 1924 Anderson Vernon Fitzclarence Davies Evelyn Mary Hlfre& Ibugbes Memorial fl ri3e This Prize was founded by the colleagues of Alfred William Hughes Professor of Anatomy in King's College 1897-1900 to perpetuate his memory The Prize is of the value of about Ā£5 in books or instruments and is awarded annually to the Student who during the second year in Anatomy shows the highest proficiency in that subject at the class Examinations in Anatomy held during the Winter Session Prizemen For the names of those elected previously to 1923 see former Calendars 1923 Price Isaac 1925 No award 1924 Golombek Abraham 1fousle2 fl ri3e in fl bgsiolog Charing Cross Hospital The Huxley Prize founded in memory of Professor Huxley former Student of this School has been transferred by the authorities of Charing Cross Hospital Medical School to King's College London The Prize is open to all regular Medical students at King's College of three years' standing in their Second year of studying Phy- siology Its value is three guineas in books or money The Prize will be awarded to the candidate who acquits himself best at the Examination in Physiology held during his third winter session provided such candidate in the opinion of the examiner the Professor of Physiology at King's College shows sufficient merit
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