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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-77

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PRIZES 73 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 Η 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 Prizemen 1922 Harris Hugh 1926 Norris Marjorie Kate BX 1927 Uolley Naney tlbe 30bn ZlDarsball pri3e This Prize was founded in 1926 by Miss Ada Blanch Marshall in memory of her brother the late John Marshall Trinity College Cambridge The Prize is of the value of £28 10 The John Marshall Prize shall be awarded in every other year to the Student whether undergraduate or postgraduate who is recommended to the Principal by the Faculty of Arts after receiving report from the Director of the School of Slavonic Studies as most proficient in any of the languages taught in that School But at such time as the Principal after consultation with the Professors of the School of Slavonic Studies shall consider that the number of Students of the Russian language is such that the Prize may properly be devoted to the encouragement of the Russian language only the Prize shall be awarded in the manner aforesaid to the Student who is most proficient in the Russian language palach£ ipri3es in C3ecboslovafe Stubics In memory of the Czech historian Frantisek Palacky 1798-1876 prizes to the amount of £50 will be awarded by the Czech Academy in Prague for successful essays on subjects connected with history literature language or economics of Czechoslovakia Bohemia Moravia Silesia Slovakia or Ruthenia The prizes are open to graduates of British Universities who can use in their research original Slavonic sources Where merits are approximately equal preference will be given to the students of the School of Slavonic Studies who are engaged in or are prepared to undertake the course of study either in the Honours or for the Degree of Ph or for the Diploma in Czechoslovak
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