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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-90

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PRIZES 89 interest thus accumulated may at the discretion of the Principal be added to the capital of the fund or may be applied to any of the fol- lowing purposes to increase the value of the Prize or to provide second Prize to deserving candidate in subsequent year to provide assistance for the publication of any work on Medi- aeval History submitted by former holder of the Prize to encourage research in Mediaeval History at King's College by any other means consistent with the conditions laid down in Clause If assistance is given for the publication of any original work such published work shall contain an acknowledgment that the work has been assisted from the Elizabeth Levett Fund of King's College London IV-IN THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION THOMAS WALL PRIZES These Prizes were founded in 1930 by the Thomas Wall Trust Each Prize consists of books or instruments to the value of £2 One Prize is open to men students and the other to women students in the Department of Education The Prizes will be awarded annually on the result of special test in reading and recitation In making the award the manner in which candidates have used their voices during their teaching practice will also be taken into account JOHN WILLIAM ADAMSON PRIZE The Prize in memory of John William Adamson Professor of Education from 1903 to 1924 was founded by members of his family The Prize consists either of books or of grant to meet the expenses of research in education to the value of about £10 The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Head of the Department of Edu cation shall have most distinguished himself in the practice and theory of teaching V-IN THE FACULTY OF LAWS HAROLD POTTER PRIZE The Prize was instituted in 1951 under the terms of the will of Pro- fessor Harold Potter Head of the Department of Laws from 1930 and Dean of the Faculty from 1938 The Prize consists of books to value to be determined annually The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the Principal and the Dean of the Faculty of Laws shall have attained most distinction in the course and examination for English Land Law whether taken at Part or Part Π of the LL examination
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