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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-175

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186 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes The Prize is open to all full-time students of the College who have com- pleted one term and not exceeded nine terms The Prize will be awarded annually for an English essay upon prescribed subject The exercise must be typewritten and distinguished by some motto The candidate should send his exercise to the Registrar before May 31st at the same time sending his name and motto under sealed cover in an envelope bearing the motto Subject for 1969 An essay entitled either 'Utopias' or 'Satire today' DREW MEDAL AND PRIZE FOR MATHEMATICS for Regulations see Faculty of Natural Science page 196 Prize open to students in the Faculties of Arts Natural Science and Engineering TENNANT MEDALS AND PRIZES for Regulations see Faculty of Natural Science page 197 Prizes open to students in the Faculty of Arts only BREWER PRIZE FOR ENGLISH LITERATURE AND HISTORY This Prize was founded in 1878 by the friends and colleagues of the Rev John Sherren Brewer Professor of English Literature and Modern History from 1865 to 1878 Under the original conditions the Prize was to be awarded for English Literature and Modern History in alternate years but in 1930 the Delegacy added from general College funds sufficient capital to make it possible to award one prize in each subject in each year Each Prize consists of books to the value of Ā£5 The Prizes are open to all full-time students of the Faculty of Arts The Prizes will be awarded annually one on the result of the year's work in English Literature and the other on the result of the year's work in Modern History WARR MEMORIAL PRIZE This Prize was founded in 1903 by Mrs Warr in memory of her husband George Charles Winter Warr Professor of Classical Literature in King's College from 1879 to 1901
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