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Prize Giving -
Thursday, 31 st October, 1974
CHURCH HILL THEATRE, MORNINGSIDE
PRIZES to be distributed by:
JAMES REGAN, Esq., M.A.
Right Revd. Mgr. P.F: Quille, M.A., Dip. Econ.
J. Bartholomew, M.A., F.R.S.E.
J. Donoghue, Esq.
Revd. Fr. Karl-H. Kruger, M.A., Ph.L.
Revd. Bro. J.L. Forde, B.A.
Revd. Bro. M.B. Thornhill, B.A.
J. Donoghue, Esq.
The Headmaster's Report
Distribution of Prizes
Address by J. Regan, Esq., M.A,
Vote of Thanks, proposed by Revd. Bro. M. Duignan
seconded by Michael Smith, Head Boy
PRIMARY FIVE and SIX with ANDREW STEWART in
HIPPOCRUMP - JAMES REEVES
ANDREW JEANS (Classical Guitar)
Malaguena - Old Spanish Tune
Etude - Carulli (1770- 1841)
Etude - Anon
TOM McEWAN (Folk Guitar)
Dark, Dark Night
Both Sides Now (Instrumental)
THE MOONRAKERS - Malcolm Williamson
Percussion & Sound Effects by Primary 7
KING'S REVENUE MEN
LIST OF PRIZE WINNERS - 1974
BAYLOR AWARD FOR MERIT -
1. Twigg, Jason
2. O'Ryan, James
De Luca, Stephen
1. Stewart, Peter
2. McCran, Stuart
2. Di Ciacca, John
1. Gallagher, Paul
2. Aherne, Richardj
Chan, Chi Fai
1. McCran, Ralph
2. McCabe, Edward
1. Stewart, Andrew
2. McKay, Paul
2. Brady, Adrian
1. Brown, David
2. Togneri, AIda
SENIOR 4: ORDINARY LEVEL: SCOTTISH CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
1. Sobolewski, Andrew
2. Campbell, Damian
SENIOR 5: HIGH LEVEL: SCOTTISH CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION
1. Doherty, Paul
2. Smith, Michael
PRIZE FOR ACHIEVEMENT
ORDINARY LEVEL: Kelly. Christopher
HIGHER LEVEL: None Awarded
SCOTTISH CERTIFICATE OF EDUCATION-
A - C 123
D - E 64
TOTAL PERCENTAGE PASSES 91.2%
UNIVERSITY AND FURTHER EDUCATION SUCCCESSES
We offer our congratulations to the following who obtained awards in Summer 1974. We realise the list may not be complete and we offer our apologies to any- one whom we have inadvertently omitted.
CONLON, Thomas DOHERTY, Leo
MAYO, Michael SOMERVILLE, Donald
College of Art
Commencing University and Colleges of Further Education: AUTUMN 1974
BARTHOLOMEW, John CAMPBELL, Ian
MAYO, Peter ROBERTSON, Ogilvie
McMaster ( Canada)
College of Commerce College of Commerce Dick Vet
College of Commerce
Edmonton ( Canada)
College of Commerce
CAPALDI, Paul Drygrange
NEWS OF FORMER PUPILS
LIAM DONNELLY, after a working holiday In OSLO, commenced his final year at Strathclyde University reading Hotel & Catering Management.
PETER PATELUCH has taken up Hairdressing in the West End School of Tricology. RONALD DELNEVO is in his Third Year at Heriot-Watt reading Business organisation. KENNETH REILLY commenced his Third Year at Edinburgh reading Civil engineering. ALASTAIR LAMOND, after his holiday in the States, entered Third Year at Edinburgh reading Engineering Science.
CHRIS BARRETT began his Second Year at Heriot-Watt reading Economics.
MICHAEL MAYO, who graduated from Strling this summer, is now working with the Edinburgh Housing Department.
RICHARD EDI E has taken a post with the Civil Service, Inland Revenue Department.
BRIAN POTTER entered his Fourth Year reading Medicine at Edinburgh.
SIMON BARRY entered his Second Year at the Edinburgh School of Agriculture for his Higher National Diploma.
MAXIM ANDERSON commenced Second Year at Heriot-Watt reading Chemistry.
SAM COWARD is now working with Appleyard in Linlithgow.
ALASTAI R COOK is working with the National Westminster Bank in London.
PAUL SOMERVILLE has commenced Second Year in Edinburgh reading Law.
CHARLES REDMOND entered his Second Year at Strathclyde reading Architecture.
ROBERT MOWAT continues his apprenticeship in a Quantity Surveyor's Office.
MICHAEL KOSTRYCKYJ is working in the Bank of Scotland and attending the College of Commerce following a S.N.G. course In Banking, Finance & Accounting
KERR SIMPSON continues his apprenticeship in a Quantity Surveyor's Office and is attending Napier.
ANDREW BORYS commences his final year at Napier reading Computer Sciences.
ADRIAN TWISS has taken a post in the Civil Service.
PETER WHITTEN who graduated from Stirling this summer has entered Edinburgh to read Law.
CESCIDIO DI CIACCA has begun his final year in Edinburgh reading Law.
ROBERT CLEPHANE entered his Second Year at Stirling reading History.
JAMES WHITTEN, after two years in the Civil Service, hopes to enter University next year.
DAVID LAIDLAW is preparing to enter University next year.
RICHARD TANSEY who joined the Royal Navy is stationed aboard H.M.S. Kent.
DAVID BAIN is now with the Royal Marines in Devon and hopes to be commissioned next year.
LAURENCE PRINTIE has begun his course in the College of Air Training, Hamble to qualify as a Pilot.