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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1975-1976-411

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Annual Report of the Delegacy xxxix confident that this would be generally agreed here 'Take less from others give more to others This saying could easily have come from Christ or Confucius It came in fact from Mao Tse Tung Forgive me if here strike personal note Since June of last year the elected President of the Union Society with the support of some of his executive has been member of the Young Socialists sincerely com- mitted to the objectives of the Workers' Revolutionary Party He and have known each other all his time here rather well and he knows that although my postbag shows that some regard me as dangerous radical could scarcely be described as the conventional revolutionary This has done nothing to impair relationship in which have found on the other side courtesy good humour and good sense asked the President the other day to let me know if at any time he intended to blow the college up so that we could talk about it first He replied that he would do this and would certainly not blow it up in any case before the Principal was out of the building As his term of office approaches its end pay friendly tribute to Dave Beeson and hope that this will do him no harm among his revolutionary fellows There is much else could comment on Choosing almost at random would mention new reprographic service which fulfils long felt need new bulletin for information and comment called Viewpoint which has started well in an area in which we probably did too little before an early need in my view is for full-rime information officer when we can afford one the continuance of the excellent dramatic productions of the departments of Classics and Modern Languages- the Greek play which we alone in the western world outside Greece do every year continues to be unique and every year bring party to it and shall have larger one next year and have in fact already started inviting them note the success of our new Halliday Hall for Women and the liveliness of Student Union entertainments note the responsiveness of the girls in our telephone exchange to outside calls which is swifter would bet than any answer to 999 call note the high level of our inaugural lectures from newly installed professors the little explosion of interest in the music we make for ourselves the growing urgency in the matter of student accommodation But this address must now approach an end So too does my own time in King's though my departure from here is still good many months ahead and there will be ample opportunity in the future for the wringing of hands handkerchiefs bells withers or anything else Business in King's will continue as usual The principles have out-
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