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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-259

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ii ANNUAL REPORT were in residence in Bristol throughout the Session Professor Relton Professor Brown Professor Tasker and Mr Croydon paid weekly visits The number of men students in the Theological Faculty was nineteen of whom fifteen were reading for the Diploma and four for the combined course for the Diploma and Degree The decrease of forty-four in the total number as compared with the previous session is due to the fact that only men who are medically unfit for service can be admitted to the Faculty under the existing regulations Despite the small number of students the Faculty played prominent part in the student activities For the third year in succession both the President and the Secretary of the Students' Union Society were members of the Theo- logical Faculty and had very successful year of office All who were able to do so fulfilled very efficiently their statutory obligations as members of the So far as conditions permitted the normal activities and traditions were maintained The statutory Daily Service was provided and the usual Services at the opening of term were well attended The Annual Commemoration Service took place in Bristol Cathedral in December The preacher was the Very Reverend the Dean of Bristol Although war conditions and the paucity of numbers presented great difficulties the general tone and spirit of the Faculty were good and the standard of work and devotion was satisfactorily maintained University Degrees Three postgraduate students obtained the Th Degree and one student obtained the Degree Associateship Eleven Diplomas were awarded in the Faculty of Theology one First Class three Second Class twenty-three Diplomas were approved in the Faculty of Arts and two in the Faculty of Natural Science The statutory provision for the reservation of stated hour for the weekly Divinity Lecture in preparation for the Diploma for non-theological students was for fourth year necessarily in abeyance owing to war conditions Despite these difficulties there was an average attendance of about 130 students at the course of lectures delivered by Mr Croydon course of lectures was given by Professor Relton to students in the Medical Faculty in London The Examination results were as follows Men students-Arts Natural Science 16 Engineering Medical Science Women students-Arts 77 Natural Science 21 Total 138 Award of Prizes Barry Prize Bicknell Prize Box Prize Caldecott Prize Collins Prize Jelf Prize Knowling Prize Lockyer Webber No entry No award Leigh No award Lockyer McCaul Prizes Plumptre Prize Relton Prize Robertson Prize Trench Prize Whichelow Prize Wordsworth Prize No entry No entry Wright No award No award Carlile In abeyance
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