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N.Z. UNIVERSITY.

OFFICIAL EXAMINATION RESULTS. At the meeting of the Senate of the University of New Zealand, held at "Wellington last week, the following degrees and scholarships were conferred subject to the fulfilment of the prescribed conditions: — JV>st Graduate Scholarship in Arts. V, r . P. Morrell, M.A. (Ot3go University). Travelling Scholarship in French. J. Thompson, M.A. (Otago University). '• Engineering Travelling Scholarship. J. C. Dickinson, B.E. (Canterbury College). Free Passage to England. Mils E. A. Pope, B.Sc. (Tictoria). R. H. Espiner, B.A. (Victoria). X T. Sinclair, M.A. (Auckland). J. Thompson, M.A. (Otago). Medical Travelling Scholarship. C. P.. Burns, M.8., Ch.B vOtago) Senior Scholarships. Senior Scholarships were awarded as folEnjjheh: W V. Bridgman (Otago).. T.atin: Miss Vera L. Hooper (Canterbury). French: J. D. Andrews (Canterbury). Scholarship declined and awarded to J. Li. Cameron (Otago), next in older of merit. . German: Miss Hilda G. Heine (Victoria), who also qualified for the scholarship m English. History: A. J. Barrop (Canterbury). Economics: D. O. "Williams (Victoria). '-Mosophv: H. C. Beecroft (Auckland). liatb-rantics: Mies Boatrioo M. S. Campbell (Victoria). ■ Cheicistrv. G. M. Moir (Ota-ro). Physios :'W, N. Rogers (Victoria). ' Botany: \ Miss Doria, M. Oldridge (Canterbury). . Additional Scholarships. T.otin: Miss Ida V. Jacka (Victoria), "'-ilomnhy: "W. M. Bickerton (Victoria). John Tinline, scholarship in English. Margaret G. Johnston (Canterbury). War Scholarship. Philosophy: R. W. Souter (Otago). Doctor of Literature. Henry Dan Brdtdhead (Canterbury). Doctor of Science. Donald Bannerman Macleod (Canterbury). OFFICIAL RESULTS. . The following are the offioial results so far •as' Canterbury College etudente we concerned: — „ .._ Master of Arts. .Andrews, 'Myrtle. Augusta, ia. I*tia and French. . Belsbaw, Horace, firet class m economics. Burns, Alison Macdonald, in botany. . . Donny, I*ureace Badtord Byan, Mcond class . % in .history.- ... ~. Ed-mr da«e xn history., '.': .-.?le, Margaret Amy, in economic*. _, Hollow', Phyllis Gwerdlian. May, second olaw in English. Ho'mes, Catherine, first «?«*».»» history. Thoraaon, Baton Harold* second class Latin and French. ' , Tmiwr, Klesie Bowring, second «!««• in - history. , '> Turner, Gertrude M., in history. "Weeks, Eileen Marian Nntalio, second class in English and French. \ . Master of Science. «Sj* u

illl&lriw&afi^^ t ,_ -:V:pM.y;,M«y .Maufc; in I.»tin,;Frenoh;v >.a '■'. ■ i liobspi; Safari' Ellen W«lch, in-French,' phi!- .'".•■:■•:•'•- o'popfcy, economics, history (A). :; '% ■{Jnniseyv' Arthurs; George, • in -;ieconomics, <''- ; : : -HMdie,-:EdithMM7^in Engluh (A), French. & vvAfli^rSAii mi-^ohn^ infliiatory"(AYl'M':::if;■ ; (A)." yß^Miw^^W l "*^ ■< {A). *'iPS||^A^ Uv^OMv^ in: Lattar I HcW (A). *• ' " ' * SnWeot to' oomplttiott of the "pwMriotd jum 1 in .honour* in ft ilng> language:*- t ohnaton, Ifitegaiat Gordon, in English (A), ; &anoh,(Al,./ »'--.,, %«&s<»£ ofr Arts: Sewn* Section. i,D»via;; ii eduot^niphiloa^ is. history, in chemistry; phy,wy«wjr -Thwnai, in philosophy, , pure mathematics* , J lonaelly/Thomas Bernard John, in French, l - 1 . . ighlin:-Alice,:,m iiatin. bsrbshgw b«i :Jp^^ia'+ppll& hs»i§«&>*^.^ Engltoh (A)/Erenoh. -\ - Bicheta otArta: Section. . Ljla^Ad(Hn», : la Utin, -\«J jgrn }m m m

Kelly, Dtni«l Them**, in history; French, economics. Kidson, Edward' Winton, in pure matheTttttira. chemistry, spp.Hed mathematics;. Kirbv, Harold Alexander, in education, hisi ' ■ tory.' .. ■' v ■ ■ ■ ' . Maekie, Howard James, in philosophy, economic*. Macintosh, Christina Kathleen, in. history, education. _. . V' Martin, Rita Elizabeth,. in economics, education. -.'■'■ Money, Herbert,' in education,- French, v Murray, Fereus John Boag, ja histgry, Latin. MoDoniH, Dontld Jinnee, in education, "eco--nomics. Newcombe, Raymond, in historr, ..economic*. Nfewnham, Beatrice in education, history. Penlington, Dorothy May, in education, French. Pitt. Alfred Wibion, in hirtoiy,' economics. Purchas, . Elizabeth Margaret, •in French, education. Rowe, Olive Mary, in English, Latin, French, pure mathematics. Ryburn, Enid Ella, in history, pure mathematics. St. John, Edmund, in history, economics. Seymour, Maud EUa, in history, French. Smith, Flora A«ies, in history, French. Soal, George William, in English, history, education. , ' Thomson, William Edward, in Latid, history. Tosswill. EthnS Earle, in history, French,. English. Wild, Philip, in economics, history. Bachelor of Science. j Th; following passed the fin-.il examination for the degree of Bachelor of Science:— Davis. Brian Maynard, in physics, botany (A). Dunn, Laurence Eanfuvlv Linco'n. in phyaice. White. Jeffry Frank Dalziel, in physios, applied mathematics. Bachelor of Science: Second Section. Baird, Hamilton FillowcS, in phyiiss, geology. Pearcy, Bernerd William, jn botany, physics. Bachelor of Science: First Section.. Biltcliff, George Stanley Aylmer, in chemistry, pure mathematics. > ' Gourlay. Henry William, in botany chemistry. Harris, Allan Greenwood, in physics, pure mathematics, applied mr.themulLs. Johnston, Francis Henry George, ill chemistry, pure mathematics. | Ji'cal. Koiman Percy, in geology, botany, chemistry. Bachelor, of Engineering:, Final. Bishop, John Montague. Bourke, Harold. Frost, Cyril Alexander, in workshop practice, eldctrical drawing and design, and electrical engineering. Hardy, John Laurence (sxceot drawing). Miller, Douglas John, in hydraulics • and workshop practice. Palmer, Thornton John.' Qusrtermsin, Allan Aithur. ' Secular, Spencer Gray. Smith, Charles Frederick Marshall, in building construction, end principles of railway engineering. [The degree of B.E. is not conferred by the University till the candidate hue. done nine months' praotiosl work.] , Bachelor of Engineering: Second ' Professional. Black, Henry Rolland Ellis. ':•'•. Brodie, John Earle, in steam (elem.). . Buckingham, Alfred, in steam (elem.), int. electrical engineering and 'strength of materials. • ' ■ Clemow, Robert Keith, (eicent/.mathematics ,-, III.) ■: N-. ,->■: : Cooks; Edgar Basil, in. surveying - (elam.), drawing,'and workshop practice. Cuthbert, Ueofftey To'wnley (exoept drawing). Davenport, Arthur Egbert. Duncan, Joseph Ferguson (except mathematics III.). Green, Cadrio Llewellyn. Sheppard, in steam (elem.), and applied electricity;, Hamilton, -Archibald Milne, .in mathematics,. III.; Workshop practice, surveying (clem.),' , and applied electricity. . ' Hardy, John Laurence, in applied electricity and drawing. Lancaster, Roy, in applied electricity, worlcghop practioe and surveying (elem.). Lawther, Robert Alexander. Light band. Denis Adrian. '. Macki», Donaid; Gordon Douglas. Miller, ; D6Uglas John, in mathematics 111., •■ and'vßtenm (elemj. i: ■ '*- '■',-■ '. -MoEnnia,' Edward Watoolo '■':■■ ■ matic* HI;); >:. v;;.. ■■:'■'■':'• Mcliennani,' ;Bo<lietjck' : : A'rthnr;S. in ..eteaai, : / (elem.), strength of matonals, and int. : .eteotrwal';onuihr'.': - : '".>.o--C ■'■:,■-.:. orl*lt {jteginald John f («oept mathomMica > -.••■.■}. :;■::.;, ,;v-: •■•..- vß»psbn, Victor "Charles Walton<:Riddell, Jamea Oliver. (except mathematics : Sooular, Spencer Gray, in mathematic* III.). Smith, Charles Frederick Marshall, in surveying (elem.), workshop practioe, strength of materials, and drawing.

Bachelor of Engineering: Pin* Professional Aoheson,- Arthur Raymond. ! Alloy, Philip John.' Brodte, John E*.rle. Buckingham, Alfred, in mathematics 11-, - descriptive,geometr/. apj&ed mechanics. Chesscrc, Ivor • Tulk, in mathematics 11., geology, drawing, and descriptive geometry, ' - Clemow, Robert Keith, completed in mathe- \ matics 11. " Cocke, Edgar Basil,— in mathematics 11., ■ geology, and applied mechanics; > Cooper, Benjamin William Binion. Cratib, Houlton Hugh Ernest, in drawing ' and descriptive geometry. Duncan, Joseph Ferguson, in applied mechanics and descriptive geometry. Foreyth, Andrew ''Eric, in mathematics 11., geology, drawing, and applied mechanics. Glean, Hugh. 1 Greon, Cedrio Llewellyn Sheppard, in mawejnatics 11., technical ohemlstry, and Applied mechanics, -, , . , Hamilton, Archibald Milne, /completed in geology. ' Bayman, Ivanho*j in,mathematics 11., drawing, . deßoriptivft geometry, and applied mechanics. '' Broward, John Evans) in technical chemistry, drawing, and descriptive geometry. Howorth, Robert James Walton. Johnson, Gepfge Cameron, in mathematics 11., geology, drawing, , and applied mechanics. > , Lancaster, Boy, in applied mechanics and descriptive geometry. ' ■ * ~ Learnumth, Alexander James, iu mathema--1 ties, geology, -drawing, deeoJiptire geo- -> 1 metry. / Mathewson, Erie Walter, in technical chem-istry,-drawing, desonptive geometry, and applied meohanics; l , MjiEnnia/' Edward walpole, completed in ' mathematics' 11. " MoLennan, Roderick Arthur, in mathematics ' 11., desoriptive geometry, and applied mechanics. Biddell, James Olivet, completed in applied , 'mechanics. - .. Shackletou, Allan James, in mathematics n.i, appliedv mechankaj drawing, and ae-,,-s- < sonptive* geometry. ■ • . Smith, Charles E*ederick Marshall, in descriptive 1 geometry, ' - '.' /, Williams, Philip Leslie Bruce, in/descriptive geometry, drawing, teohnictU/ chemistry, and 'applied l meohanics. ■Wise, Robert Henry. Wright, Claude Evelyn.

Engineering Entrance. ' The folWln? P*****' or completed the whole examinaticii. ', ~,—., Caldwell, James Edmoartoa McVicker. Cheeson,. Ivor Tulfc. Crebb. Houlton Hugh Ernest. Gilkiaon, John Thomson Harris, AUan Greenwood. Hayman, Ivahhoo Boward, John Evans. Jackson, Frederic. , _ L«&nnonth, Alexander Jimes Tftseman. ) Monisoa, Walter Gordon. Ssagater, Douglas; Bruce. ' ■Bh«okleton, Allan James. , Sbcombe, Arthur lorn. Spencer, Arthur Morrall. Williams, Philip Leslie Bruce. Engineering Entrance: Section. EdmußcUoa. .Cyril Dolbel, in applifld mathsTmaties, pnysfo*. and chsmtsti' Janet, Arthur, Lancelot, in pur* mathema- , tics and physics. t , ' „ . Jeoke, Arthur. H«n»ey, in pure And applied mathematics and physios. , •Itsngbein, Bom, in fours andrapplied maths* tnatiea and physios. Smith, Alleyne Arthur, in pun and applied jmatttematms and rphxgie*. i Stewart, "John McOukfctfJitt puts and applied mathematics and physios. ~ Bachilor of Latfsi Tisal Section. Alison Alison Guy, in Latin, international law,.«on4i«t oUfcws. - Jcbss, Kewi Melville Stephenson, in inter- ' national,law, property 11., procedure. fionaldeon,. Robert Lindsay, in international Ik*, confliot of laws, properly 11., pro* cedufs. "~-. Btsv*n k John Portebna, to Hwnaa law, in- , ternatioaal law, joonifliet of km. Bachelor of Lain: Section. Barrett, Louis Patriot, In English, jurisprtdefece, constitutional history Brady, John Timothy, in property L, criminal law, torts. Brownf Alan- Walter, in Jtoraan law, inter- ' national law, conflict of laws; Burns, .V«l*ln>, Johhsttenj in Latin, juris- . prudence/ property H., evidence, prooe- , -"dure.v " " ,vt . \ « ' l > i-"prudenoe, x

Drury, Cecil Gough, in Latin, jurisprudence, constitutional .history. ' Engelbrecht. Meta Helena Lavinia, in Latin, pbilosophr, jurisprudence, cpaafitutionai nistor*-, Konian. law. . . Flesher, Hubert de Rie, in philosophy, jurisprudence, constitutional history. Graham, lan Cunningham, in Latin, pni'Osophy, jurisprudence, contitutional history. ... j Qraveslon, Norma* . Harrison, in jurisprudence, *on»tit»itior)al history. . Hall, Sidney Williamson, in 'Latin, P l "'. 0 " *ophy,- jurisprudence, constitutional nietory. , ' . 4. Hiue, Jack Malcolm, in Boman law, m-er-national law. coctracte, torts. . . , Loing, James Macfarlane, in Latin, criminal •'•;■ law, tort*. • • Malfrov, Jules Onwr John,/ in Latin, constitutional history, criminal law, torts. Bachelor of Commerce: Section. Barrett, Harold Aljeyue Guise/in statistical mothod, economic geography,modern histoid, trustees.' .. , Cock*oft, Eric Arthur Percy, u modern history., commercial French, economic geograpbv, bankruptcy. . • Johnston. Allan Gordon, in currency, and banking, economics, economic geography Johnston, John Georsre, in commercial French, trustees, mercantile law XI., bankruptcy. Nicholson, Aubrey Leonard, in economic pecgraphv, economies, statistical method. , Savers, Harrv Charles, in economics, currency and banking, book-keeping auditing, trustees. ■Wild, Philip, in modern history, currency •and banking, economics, commercial French. - \ Wise, Henry Leslie, in modern history, economics, currency and banking, bookkeeping 11. . Bachelor of.Agriculture: Final. j McHarg, Irvine -Stephens, ■in biology, inorganic and oteamc chemistry, physics,, agricultural '"botany, and mechanical drawing. Bachelor of Agriculture: Section. • Bell, John Alexander, in mechanical drawing, veterinary and hygiene, surveying and levelling, agriculture, agricultural Votary. Blackmore, 'Brian "Baxter, in agricultural , geology, mechanical drawing. Calder, John William, in biology, agricultural zoology, organic chemistry,' inorganio chemistry. ■• • Hudson, Abraham Wilfrid, in agricultural zoology, " farm engineering, mechanical drawing; agricultural chemistry, agricultural geology, veterinary surgery and hygiene. Hudson, Eric Raymond, in agricultural chem istry, agriculture, veterinary surgery and . hygiene, form engineering, agricultural, zooiogy, agricultural geology. MoCaskill, Lehceiot William, in • biology, inorganic Vhemiatrjr, agricultural botany, surveying and levelling. Diploma of Education. Jakins, Aileeh Mary. Difcloina of Journalism. The following passed the examination for the diploma, in journalism in. the subjects specified: — * ' , Bail, Charles Frederick Robert, in. economics, . philosophy, practical journalism. Harrop, 1 Ariguaf Jonn, iu practical journal- '■ , ism. i•■ . Leach,; Lilla Agnes, in English, philosophy. Thomson, William Edward, in Latin, hiatJiy. Wfemore, Lionel Gaze, in history, practical journalism.

SUMMARY Of RESULTS. The numbers of senior'scholarships (including additional scholarships) gained by students of the various colleges were:— Auckland ;, .. ,'i Victoria ...''' .7 Canterbury '■•}. .. 6 Otago . ..-■ .. .. 4 'JCho number o£ candidates who paßsed" the M.A. examination from tho various colleges wero as follows:—,; ■• ' > Auckland, 8 (l'first-data, 3 Becofd-class honours). / • ' Viotoria, 13* (4 second-class honours) 1 ;-' Canterbury, 15 (4 second-claes honours).* ■ ■'>■.■ Otago, 16 (4 'first-class, 7 second-c!asß honours).' - \ 1 Tho numbers of candidates who passed the final oxsmitiation for the B.A. degreo from the various colleges were as follows: Auckland .. -..22 ,„ Victoria' .. .. .. 58 Canterbury .. ~ 2s Otsgo .. , ..25 -.The numbers for the degiee of M.Sc. wer*:--Auckland, 3 (2 first-class, 1, second-class honours). - Victoria, 3 fl first-lass honours). Canterbury, a (3 first-okas honours). Otago, 5 (2 nrst-c'.ass, 3 seoond-clasß honours). ' Tho numbers f6r ifco degree of Bachelor of Soience were:— Auckland ' 1.- • .. 7 Victoria .. .. ..8 Canterbury .. ~8 Otlgo .. .. ... 10 The number* for the degree of Bachelor of Laws were:— Auckland . '..■.'■ ..6 Victor}* .. .... 16 s Canterbury * .. ..3 ' Otago 3 /

DEGREES CONTEREED. (V&BSS ASSOCIATION «BlißGftAlt.) WELLINGTON, May 6. The following degrees were conferred yesterday by the University , Bachelor, of Arts: _ v 'Andrews' (Canterbury College). Bachelor of, Engineering (civil): Grant (Canterbury' College). Bachelor of Engineering (eTeotrica): Prank Matthewiwn (Canterbury College).

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