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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1968-1969-350

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Annual Report of the Council vii Lent Term on the theme 'The Persuaders'-the former given mainly by medical scientists the latter by speakers in the field of mass com- munications OLD STUDENTS The Reverend Ralph Emerson became residentiary canon of Ripon and the Reverend Eric James of Southwark Dr Saggs was appointed Professor of Semitic Studies in the University College of South Wales Mr John Hinnells 1965 was appointed Lecturer in the Study of Religions at the University of Newcastle former Chaplain of King's College the Reverend John Howard Churchill became residentiary canon ofStEdmundsbury and Ipswich Christopher Hill 1967 and Anthony Ellis 1967 were awarded State Studentships for post-graduate studies at King's College Reunion of was held at Liverpool in May the Whit- Tuesday Reunion in the Strand was an evening event and there was discussion on' Ministry to the Dying' after two talks by Dr Dominian consultant psychiatrist and Mrs Margaret Torrie founder of the Cruse Club for widows KING'S COLLEGE HOSTEL generous gift from the Goldsmiths' Company together with other gifts made possible the re-modelling of the sanctuary in the chapel providing free-standing altar-table and new treatment of the apse to carry silver cross of symbolic design The whole including the design and making of the cross candlesticks and altar-table were the work of Mr Louis Osman The change has proved most appropriate for the celebration of the new Liturgy and the cross inter- prets the inwardness of the action The Hostel Committee in its care of the fabric was forced to recom- mend the re-pointing of the unused chimneys and the laying of new asphalt covering for the flat room owing to cracks causing water- damage after fifty-four years of wear Modernisation of the Hostel kitchens continues and other proposals are under discussion for reduc- ing labour in days when it becomes increasingly difficult to obtain domestic staff WARMINSTER The quinquennial inspection of the Theological Department by Inspec- tors of the Advisory Council for the Church's Ministry concentrated
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