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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1975-1976-431

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Annual Report of the Delegacy lix did raise not inconsiderable amount for the charities we supported- and this in spite of the constraints placed upon our activities by the Police who will not allow anything of the nature of the traditional students' 'rag week' Throughout this Term elections for the posts of the Union Officers were conducted The size of the poll in all elections-less than 900 voted in the presidential election-gave cause for concern as did some of the aspects of the way the elections were conducted As result of these misgivings the whole system of Union Elections is to be reviewed as part of the work of an Executive sub-committee currently looking into reform of the Union Constitution special mention must be made of the entertainments put on in College throughout the year under the auspices of Mr Bogle They were better attended than Entertainments have ever been at King's and incredibly the year ended with the grant allocated to subsidising enter- tainments partially unspent Several times during the year the Great Hall was packed to capacity and all such functions were notable for the efficiency with which they were organised Among other constructive activities of the Union this year was the securing from the College of an agreement whereby students will rim the Chesham bar for trial period in the hope that they will prove themselves capable of taking over the bar facilities in the New Building This is great responsibility but all the initial signs are that the Union Society will make successful job of the endeavour In conclusion the Union owes an enormous debt of gratitude to all who have served it so well in the last year as officers or through the numerous clubs societies committees or simply through the alacrity with which they assisted with whatever jobs were to hand Such people are too numerous to name although an exception must be made of Paul Cadogan who throughout four years at King's did work of inestimable value to the Union Society The Honorary Life Membership awarded him seemed too little reward for all he had done
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