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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1975-1976-412

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xl Annual Report of the Delegacy lined in die beginning of this address will continue to be my guide through the jungle of practical difficulties that beset the path We shall not cease to pursue our studies with rigour and our common interests with humanity and am absolutely confident that whoever is chosen to follow me as Principal will have no less respect for scholar- ship and no lesser interest in people than his predecessor and trust be at least as well equipped as manager and administrator to guide King's College through the changing days ahead And bring this address by the Principal to an end Thank you all for your patience in listening to it May 10th 1974 II GENERAL REPORT membership of the delegacy The following new appointments to the Delegacy for the year beginning March 1st 1974 were made by the Senate Professor Gold nomi- nated by the Professorial Board in place of Professor Kane Dr Hancock nominated by the non-professorial staff Mr Bamping Dr Chiodini Mr Davies nominated by the student body The Hon David Smith was re-elected Chairman Sir Richard Way was elected Vice Chairman in place of Sir Ivison Macadam and Mr John Fairbairn was re-elected Treasurer Warm tribute was paid to Sir Ivison Macadam who resigned from the Delegacy in October 1973 and the following appreciation was recorded in the Minutes of the Delegacy In 1919 at the age of 25 Sir Ivison Macadam entered the Faculty of Engineering at King's College as student With distinguished war service from 1914 to 1919 including command of the Royal Engineers in the Archangel Expeditionary Force he brought to College the experience and maturity which characterised many young ex-service- men of both world wars At King's these qualities were quickly recog- nised by his election as President of the Union Society and in wider context of student life when he became the Founder President and later Trustee of the National Union of Students
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