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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1926-1927-435

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ANNUAL REPORT XXV11 obtained First Class Second Class and Third Class Honours None failed to qualify for Honours but one candidate failed in the subsidiary subject The Ph degree was awarded to Mr Manning Mr Maddi- son and Mr Miller and the Sc degree was gained by Mr Barklie Mr Brookes Mr Burrage Mr Twist and Mr Wright The Associateship of the Institute of Chemistry was conferred by examination on Mr Burns and Mr Lee Smith The equipment of the Department for research work was increased by the installation of Tyrrell voltage regulator and by alterations in the Kleetro-chemistry Laboratory During the session Professor Allmand delivered special course of advanced lectures in Photochemistry Professor Smiles acted as Dean and Mr Cremer as Sub-Dean of the Faculty of Natural Science The Department suffered grave loss during the session from the death of Mr Thomson who was Assistant Lecturer in Physical Chemistry Dr Miller and Mr Ridyard acted as research assistants in Organic and Physical Chemistry respectively Department of Zoology -There were 117 regular students in the Department during the session They were distributed as follows First Medical 53 Intermediate Science excluding those who took the Special Intermediate Science Examination in lieu of First Medical 12 Conjoint 25 Second Year Science including Honours students Third Year Science including Honours students Fourth Year Science Honours students and student taking Zoology as subsidiary Research students Post-graduate Dental Anatomy 14 In addition 14 students from other colleges attended Dr Mackinnon's Inter-collegiate course on the Protozoa In the Final So Examination one student was awarded First Class Honours and one gained Second Class Honours Another student obtained Pass degree Miss Shaw was awarded the Harold Row Studentship by the Delegacy Shortly before his death Professor Dendy had prepared for the press an important work on the origin growth and arrangement of sponge spicules Dr Mackinnon was working during the session on the trichonymphid flagellates in certain termites she was also preparing text-book of practical protozoology translating von Uexkuul's Theorelische Biologie and editing the English translation of Berg's Nomogenesis Dr Tribe in collaboration with Professor Hill University College finished and published her work on the early development of the cat and is now engaged in the study of the develop- ment of the abdominal venous system in the rabbit Dr Wyeth published two papers on the brain of Sphenodon Mr Burton two on sponges and Mr Hentschel one on protozoon Professor Dendy left to the College valuable bequest in the shape of his natural history collections including his collection of Sphenodon
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