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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1957-1958-469

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viii ANNUAL REPORT early in the session The Council expressed the hope that more permanent link between the two Bodies might be forged in due course and gave the Warden authority to request an extension of the lease for further period of five years from 1957 to 1962 The Governors of St Boniface College kindly invited the Warden to attend special meeting at the Bishop of Salisbury's house in November when the memorandum was discussed The Bishop read the relevant section in the Council's Report for 1954-55 and what was said there and the manner of it evoked warm appreciation from the Governors The request for an extension of the lease for 1957-62 was agreed to and the hope was ex- pressed that closer union of the two Bodies might be considered during the period if the awaited report on the future training of ordinands for work overseas did not hold out any likelihood of restoration of St Boniface College to its former missionary service The Report of the Joint Committee of and the Overseas Council is expected before the end of the present year The departure in January of the Vicar of Warminster the Reverend Canon Colson to parish in Scotland deprived the College of friend who has helped its developing life at many points and not least in the early days of negotiations We record our sincere gratitude for all that he has done to make King's men at Warminster feel so much at home His successor the Reverend John Freeman formerly Provost of Cairo Cathedral has taken on the work of Acting Bursar for the St Boniface Governors and will act for them in matters relating to our tenancy of the College University Degrees In the examination two men and one woman obtained Second Class Honours and eight men and six women secured Pass Degree The Associateship In the Faculty of Theology the Diploma was awarded to 22 students one being placed in the 2nd Class These figures do not include the men who sat for the examination awards to this group will not be announced until the next meeting of the Council In other Faculties the awards were as follows Arts Men 12 Women 12 Engineering Laws Men Medicine Men Science Men 14 Women
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