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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-422

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ANNUAL REPORT XXV as followed again by series of dinners attended by staff and students They were very much enjoyed Debates grew in importance Mr Lee Moore won two awards and in The Observer Mace Final to which the King's team had progressed he won the award for the best individual debater In the final of the College Debating Competition the Engineering Faculty beat the lawyers Commemoration Week" lasted fortnight and was fitting climax to the Michaelmas Term The highlight was the Oration given this year by Sir John Wolfenden before large audience The Music Society performed Brahm's Requiem The Games dinner and dance provided with an opportunity to celebrate yet another victory unfortunately The sporting achievements of the year can only be described as mediocre only the Women's Hockey Club won University Cup during the winter season The Theological Faculty won the Theological Colleges Cricket Cup in the summer term and the Cricket Club with minimum of three teams throughout the season swept all opposition before them except on one notable occasion-the second round Cup Tie match versus Battersea College of Advanced Technology The Cercle Frangais won the University Cup for the best performance of French play The Music Society's productions included Verdi's Requiem in Southwark Cathedral and in the Great Hall of the College Pinafore described by many connoisseurs as even better than the previous year's and production The Drama Society again distinguished themselves in the Luton One-Act Play Festival being placed second with their performance of Saroyan's HuUo out there The achievement of the Science Faculty in collecting record sum Ā£300 on Lifeboat Day must be mentioned The Engineers successfully protected Reggie until after Mary the Leopard of had changed her spots he was obliged to hibernate under the soil of Epping Forest during the winter months The last event of the Union Year was the Wellington Ball in March For students leaving at the end of the session the last social event in College was the Exodus Ball at which the Principal presented his Cup to the Science Faculty who he considered had contributed most to College life during the year
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