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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-258

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THE THEOLOGICAL DEPARTMENT of KING'S COLLEGE LONDON UNIVERSITY OF LONDON ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COUNCIL FOR THE SESSION 1942-43 presented to the COURT of the COLLEGE Council The Council has held three meetings during the year on each occa- sion jointly with the Theological Department Staff The following members of the Staff have retired The Reverend Frederick James Hollis reached the age for retirement at the end of the Session Dr Hollis was student of the College He was appointed Lecturer in Hebrew in 1920 and in Patristic Texts in 1927 The Council desires to record its grateful recognition of his many years of devoted service The Reverend Robert Linton Shields Mus was appointed Chaplain of the College in 1936 He is graduate of the College in the Arts Faculty and Doctor of Music of the University of Oxford In addition to very efficient discharge of the duties of Chaplain Dr Shields has rendered valuable service to the musical activities of the College both in London and Bristol He has retired on appointment to the Living of Lound Suffolk The Reverend George Beaconsfield Enders is an old student of the College in the Theological Department and was the first holder of the Postgraduate Studentship He was appointed Lecturer in the Department in 1935 Until the outbreak of war Mr Enders was Tutor to the Preliminary Year and discharged with vigour and efficiency the duties of difficult and exacting office He has been appointed Chaplain to the Community of St Mary the Virgin Wantage Fellowships The Council has elected the following as Fellows of the College The Reverend Professor Sydney Lawrence Brown the Reverend Frederick Edgar Croydon and the Venerable Harold William Bradfield Archdeacon of Croydon The Fourth Session at Bristol In view of the sharp decline in the total number of students in residence the arrangements with regard to Staff and Lectures were considerably modified The Dean Professor Hardman and Dr Shields
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