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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-82

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78 PRIZES The Prize is of the value of £5 in books or instruments and is awarded annually to the candidate who acquits himself best at the College Examination in Pharmacology held at the end of the Easter Term provided such candidate in the opinion of the Examiner the Head of the Department of Pharmacology at King's College shows sufficient merit Prizemen 1926 Haler David Henry 1927 Shorvon Moses VI -FACULTY OF ENGINEERING Siemens G01E lbebal anb prise This Medal and Prize was founded by the late Sir Charles William Siemens with the object of stimulating the Students of King's College London to high standard of proficiency in Metallurgical Science The conditions of award were amended by the Delegacy in 1925 and in place of Medal and Prize two Prizes each of the value of £5 are awarded annually One is given to the best Mechanical Engineering Student and the other to the best Electrical Engineering Student as judged by the results of the Diploma Final Examinations provided that such students have been placed in the First or Second Class in the Examination following the course on the Chemistry of Metals and in the opinion of the Faculty of Engineering have sufficiently distinguished themselves Prizemen For names of former Prizemen see Calendar 1910-11 1925 No award 1926 Busbridge Percival Hugh Harper Harold James 1927 Murphy Frederick William Nicholas Mech Robinson Denis Morrell Elec Matter Smitb pri3e sum of money was subscribed in the year 1919 by the Staff and Members of the Governing Bodies of King's College for testimonial to Mr Walter Smith on his retirement from the office of Secretary of the College which he had held since 1895 This sum has been invested and the interest thereon is now available for the purpose of founding an annual Prize in Civil Engineering at King's College The Prize will consist of books or instruments to the value of £5 to be chosen by the Prize-winner
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