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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-402

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ANNUAL REPORT member of the Delegacy and of its Finance Committee without break since 1938 Professor Williams was appointed Assistant Principal in 1943 and carried heavy burden during the illness of Sir William Halliday In 1950 he became Fellow of the College and since 1953 has been member of the Council For more than twenty years Professor Williams has served on every important Committee at King's and his knowledge and wisdom and advice have been unreservedly and at all times at the disposal of his colleagues both young and old At the same time he has presided with distinction over the History department and in the wider field of scholarship was for thirteen years Editor of History Two characteristics of Professor Williams will remain outstanding in the memories of those who have known him here his kindliness and his remarkable ability to keep Time at bay Whether as teacher super- visor or guide in the fields of fifteenth- and sixteenth-century historio- graphy as Dean of Arts or as Assistant Principal an endless succession of students and colleagues have found him unfailingly kind courteous wise and helpful His earlier prowess on the Rugby field and his army experiences in 1914-18 gained him the respect and affection of the ex-service men of two wars equally his celebrated Wednesday morning lectures have provided for generations of Freshmen an introduction at once graceful and stimulating to the ambience of scholarship He will be greatly missed In wishing him and Mrs Williams many years not of retirement but of continuing useful activity the Delegacy place on record their gratitude and affection for colleague who above all has been for so long one of the abiding and stable influences in the whole society of King's Resignations Faculty of Arts -Mr Mutter Lecturer in English Mr O'H Mclnnes Assistant Lecturer in German Herr Zittel and Herr Hofman Assistants in German Monsieur -M Picquet and Monsieur Pittion Assistants in French Faculties of Arts and Natural Science -Mr Ī¤ Elkins from March 31st 1963 Lecturer in Geography Dr Pitcher Reader in Geology Dr Scott Reader and Mr Thompson Assistant Lecturer in Mathematics Faculty of Natural Science -Dr Coombes Lecturer in Bio- physics Professor Bennet-Clark Professor of Botany Dr Dodds Honorary Lecturer in Botany Professor Danielli Pro- fessor and Mr Cole Assistant Lecturer in Zoology Faculty of Medical Science -Mr Broad and Mr Cooper Junior Lecturers in Anatomy
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