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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1970-1971-175

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184 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes Two Prizes will be awarded each of books to the value of £20 and £12 respectively The prizes will be awarded to the final year student or students who in the opinion of the Head of the Department of the Philosophy of Religion shall have shown the best performance in this subject throughout their course in College TINNISWOOD PRIZE Founded in 1958 by the gift of £200 from the Reverend William Robert Tinniswood in memory of his father who was formerly student in the Civil Service Department Prize of £11-55 will be awarded for an essay on general theological subject The Prize will be offered annually on the essay paper in the examina- tion for third year students The Prize may be withheld in any one year in which no essay of sufficient merit is submitted WHICHELOW READING PRIZES These Prizes were founded in 1917 under the will of the Rev James Shearer Whichelow Vicar of St James' Muswell Hill who bequeathed £100 to found Prizes for proficiency in public reading for students in the Theological Department of the College These are open to all students in the final year of the course for the Associateship in Theology The prizes consist of first prize of £42 and second prize of £2 Every candidate must produce certificate from the Lecturer in Speech Training of satisfactory attendance at the speech training classes or exemp- tion by him from such attendances ii of competence in reading list of approved candidates will be drawn up by the Lecturer in the Lent term of each session and the examination will be held at the end of the Lent term SECOND YEAR READING PRIZE This Prize for elocution was founded by the Council in 1933 and is open to students in the second year of the course The Prize is to the value of £1 105 £15 The conditions are similar to those given above for the Whichelow Reading Prizes
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