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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL

The monthly meeting of the Otago University Council was held yesterday afternoon" the. Chancellor (the Rev. A. Ciuneron) presiding. The students v.ho had this year passed the massage examination wrote asking what recognition the University would give them.—lt was decided to giro a comprehensive certificate to the .students who had passed their massage examinations, this certificate to be signed by the Chancellor. Mr Kudey reported that the conference, between the Special Extension .Lectures Committee and the professors recommended the- council to institute a course of public lectures-, to commence in May. 1915, the lectures to he given weekly, scientific anrl literary alternating, on Wednesday evenings.—The recommendation wa* agreed to. The Chairman of the Professorial Board wrote calling attention to the necessity of providing for the teaching of modern history and economics gco.3ra.phy for Bachelor of Commerce. —It was resolved to write to the Accountancy Association asking them to increase their grant to the University from £IOO to £l5O. the latter being the sum granted to colleges in the. North. The remainder of fh«' business was reported yesterday. I

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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UNIVERSITY COUNCIL Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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