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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1944-1945-56

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PRIZES 55 Stepben fl ri3e This Prize was founded in 1840 by Sir George Stephen The Prize consists of books to the value of £5 5s The Prize is open to all regular students of the College who have completed one term and not exceeded nine terms The Prize will be awarded annually for an English Essay upon prescribed subject The exercise must be typewritten and distinguished by some motto The candidate should send his exercise to the Secretary before May 31st at the same time sending his name and motto under sealed cover Subjects for 1945 Homo sum nihil httmani me alienum puio or The Educative Power of the Classics Subjects for 1946 Laudatores temporis acti or English Literature in Universities Drew Bolb IDebal anb lp ri3e for Ibatbemattcs This Prize was founded in 1872 by William Henry Drew Μ Δ Professor of Mathematics 1869 to 1882 in memory of his eldest son Robert Middlemist Drew Mathematical Scholar Elect of St John's College Oxford who died on Commemoration Day at King's College 1870 before he had completed the 17th year of his age The Prize consists of gold medal of the value of £10 or of silver gilt medal and books of the jdint value of £10 The Prize is open to all regular students who have attended at least two years at the College The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Head of the Department of Mathema- tics shall have most distinguished himself in the subject of Mathematics Blabstone Ibemorial pri3e The Committee of the Gladstone Memorial Fund established Glad- stone Memorial Prizes to be given in books at the Universities of Oxford Cambridge and London the Scottish Universities and the University Colleges of Great Britain for special proficiency in History and Political Science and Economics The Prize allotted to King's College consists of books to the value of £10 but up to £5 may be taken in cash The Prize is open to all regular students of the College and will be awarded annually for an Essay on subject connected with either history or political science or economics and with some aspect of British policy imperial foreign or domestic in relation to finance or other matters from the beginning of the 19th century onwards to the present time Candidates' essays should reach the Secretary before May 31st The offer of this Prize may be discontinued during the war
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