EXIT EXAMINATIONS. Tho results of the exit examinations in connection with the work at the Theoj logical Hall arc as fallow ;-- J English Bible.—First-class •. CI. W. Hunt. Second-class: C J. Ifocker, R. B. Watson, J. 0. Loan, L. H. Hunt, H. G. Gilbert. Pass : G. \V. Lochore. ' Practical Training.—First-class : H. G. Gilbert, C. J. Tocker, R. ;S. Watson, G. W. Hunt. Second-class : G. W. Lochore, J. C. Loan, L. H. Hunt. Systematic Theology.—First-class : R. S. Watson, H. G. Gilbert. Second-class : G. J- Tocker, E. J. Tinier, G. W. Hunt, L. H. Hunt. Pass : G. W. Lochore, J. C. Loan. Hebrew.—First-class : R. S. Watson, C. J. Tocker. Second -class : H. G. Gilbert. O.T. Introduction Only.—First-class: L. 11. Hunt, G. W. Lochore. Church History.—First-class : H. G. Gilbert. .Second-class : 11. S. Watson, G. W. Hunt, L. H. Hunt. Third-class : C. J. Tocker, G. W. Lochore. Greek.—Second-class : L. If. Hunt. Pass : G. W. Lochore. Messrs Gilbert, G. W. Hunt, L. H. Hunt, Loan, Lochore, Tocker. and Watsou have now completed their exit examinations, and-are ready to be taken on trial for license. Book Prizes.—The following book prizes were won by students in the Theological Hall: —The'Ebonezer prize of £lO (third year), by R. S. Watson, M.A. : the Stuart prize of £5 (church history), by A. G. Irvine, B.A. : the Cameron prize of £2 (first year Hebrew), by J. P. Boyle: the Knox "prize of £4 (second year Greek!, by E. W. Halford; the Professor Dickie prize of £4 4s (systematic theology), by R. S. Watson, M.A. : the class prizes in English. Bible, and practical training, for third year students (£3 3s), by G. W. Hunt and C. J. Tocker (equal): for first year students (£1 ls), by W. B. Black, LL.'B. : special prize, first in practical training (third year,'£l ls), by 11. G. Gilbert; the William Gillies prize of £5 5s (for the best first year student in Greek) bv A. G. Irvine", 8.A., and W. B. Black,"LL.B. Lnivorsitv Book Pri/zv. —The, James Clark prizes (for students at the Otago University) weiv awarded as follows : Senior arid iidvatned Latin, to Leonard James ivory; senior English, to Janet, Winifred Ait ken: junior mental science, to Arnold James Petrie: intermediate and senior Greek, to David Arthur Frew. Each of these book prizes is of the value of £5.
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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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