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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1973-1974-187

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96 Studentships Scholarships Exhibitions Bursaries and Prizes MERCHANT TAYLORS' COMPANY'S EXHIBITIONS SKINNERS' COMPANY'S EXHIBITIONS FLORENCE HUGHES EXHIBITION Up to seven exhibitions of Ā£25 each will be offered annually to women students reading for Honours degrees in the Faculties of Arts and Natural Science from funds made available to the College by the Worshipful Company of Merchant Taylors the Worshipful Company of Skinners and the Florence Hughes bequest The Exhibitions will be awarded to the seven women students in the Faculties of Arts and Natural Science achieving the highest standard of work in the second year of their course The Exhibitions cannot be held concurrently with the Sambrooke Exhibi- tions in Natural Science Four of the exhibitions shall be named Merchant Taylors' Company's Exhibitions at least two of these being allocated to students in the Faculty of Arts two exhibitions shall be named Skinners' Company's Exhibitions and one shall be named Florence Hughes Exhibition Recommendations will be made by committee consisting of the Deans and Sub-Deans of the Faculties of Arts and Natural Science and the Tutor to Women Students who will act as Convener CENTENARY SCHOLARSHIPS AND BURSARIES for Reguhtions see page 186 WOOLDRIDGE MEMORIAL AWARDS These bursaries were founded in 1967 from funds subscribed by past students and former colleagues in memory of Professor Wooldridge sc Professor of Geography at King's College London from 1947-63 Further funds were subscribed in 1968 by members of the 'Geoids Amateur Operatic Society' with which Professor Wooldridge founder member was closely associated for many years Normally the awards are made annually to students of the Joint School of Geography at King's College London and the London School of Economics and Political Science The awards will be of value to be determined annually The awards shall take the form of
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