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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1970-1971-172

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Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes 181 No student may receive this Prize second time except in the case of student who has obtained it before joining the Theological Department Such student may afterwards obtain it in that Department LEATHES PRIZES The Leathes Prizes were founded by Philip Hammersley Leathes of Union Row Peckham Surrey in 1834 They are administered by the Council The Prizes consist of books to the value of £6 and £5 respectively the first prize to include Bible and the second Prayer Book The Prizes will be awarded to the two second-year students in the Faculty of Medical Science and the two third-year students in each of the Faculties of Arts Engineering Laws Natural Science and Music who are placed first and second respectively in the examination for non-theological students Prizes will not be awarded where the work does not reach sufficient standard McCAUL HEBREW PRIZES The friends and former pupils of the Reverend Alexander McCaul presented to the College the sum of £250 for the purpose of founding Prizes which should bear his name The Prizes consist of books to the value of £30 and £15 respectively The Senior Prize is open to all graduates and Associates of the College who have studied in the College for not less than two sessions and are not of more than three years' standing since taking their degree or Associateship in the College The Junior Prize is open to students of the Faculty of Theology who are reading for the Honours degree No student may obtain either of these Prizes second time but Junior Prizeman may compete for the Senior Prize subsequently if otherwise qualified The examination for the Senior Prize will be held at the end of the Lent term There will be two papers comprising translation and annotation of passages from the Hebrew canonical books and Old Testament together with Hebrew composition The examiners will be the Professor of Old Testament Studies together with an internal examiner and an external assessor to be appointed by the Theological Professorial Board The Junior Prize will be awarded on the result of the ΠΙ paper in the final examination for the Honours degree
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