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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1964-1965-407

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viii Annual Report Heaton and Mr Charles Mayhew who with three other students attended the summer vacation term at St George's College Jerusalem three students were selected to spend the long vacation as Clayton Volunteers in the United States and five attended the second clinical training course for ordinands at St George's Hospital London The second St Boniface Missionary College Bursary was awarded to Mr Brian Oosthuysen from South Africa The production by students of Murder in the Cathedral by Eliot drew large audiences and sum of Ā£113 was raised by individual efforts as contribution from the Faculty to the new St George's College in Jerusalem Lectures to the Faculty by outside speakers on Fridays at Ten during the Michaelmas Term were on the theme 'The Renewal of the Church in the Twentieth Century' and during the Lent term 'The Mission of the Church in the Twentieth Century' old students The Reverend Canon Trillo Principal of Bishop's College Cheshunt was consecrated Bishop Suffragan of Bedford The Vener- able Cordingly was consecrated Bishop Suffragan of Thet- ford The Reverend Cecil was appointed Principal of Bishop's College Cheshunt The Reverend Canon Carpenter became Archdeacon of Westminster Mr Andrew Kirk 1961 was awarded second class honours division one in Part III New Testament of the Theological Tripos at Cambridge Mr Christopher King was awarded the in the New Year's Honours in recognition of his outstanding work with refugees in Greece since 1948 The northern reunion at Huddersfield was attended by more than eighty old students At the Whit Tuesday reunion in the Strand the sermon at the Sung Eucharist was preached by the Bishop of Bedford In the afternoon Professor Mascall spoke on some contemporary theological problems king's college hostel The Jubilee of the laying of the foundation stone of the Theological Hostel at Vincent Square was observed on May 6th and was an occasion
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