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UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS

JUNIOR UNIVERSITY AND SENIOR NATIONAL. Tjie committee of tho Senate appointed to deal with the results of the recent entrance scholarship and matriculation' examination met yesterday at Canterbury College, Christchurch. the following .results have so far been announced: JUNIOR UNIVERSITY. 1. Herbert John Colvin (Otago Boys* High School) 3.937 2 (equal). Robert Searsom Rodney (Francis (Auckland Grammar School) ... 3.893 2 (equal). Harry Ernest Reynolds (Auckland Grammar School) ... 3,886 4. Norman MacDonold Richmond (Wellington College and Nelson College) 3,867 5. Frank Lewis Davis (Auckland Grammar School) 3,791 6» Marcus Geo. l'ezarro -(Auckland Grammar School) 3,754 7. Sydney.Archibald When (Wellington College), under-age ... 0,713 8. Ghas. Frederick Marshall Smith -(Auckland Grammar School)_ ... 3,659 9 (equal); Frank Copland Hutchison ■ (Otago Bovs" High School) ... 3,600 3 (equal). Stuart Henry John Wilson • '■(Green'lsland Public School and Otago Boys' High School) ; .. 3,601 11. Vernon Weston Holden (Amkland Grammar School) j,009 SENIOR NATIONAL. 12 (equal). Ralph Edward Fulton Barnett (Christ's College. Chnstchurch) 5-oDI 12 (equal). James Collett Dickinson (Auckland Grammar School) ... 0,500 22 (equal). Willis Thomas Goodwin Airev (Auckland Grammar School) 3 -- 49 * 15. Robert Gilkison 'Otago Boys; High School and Waitaki Boys High School) 0,469 16 (equal). Westlake James Piatt (Auckland Grammar School! ... 3.452 16 (equal).. Edith Marian lucrum (Auckland Diocesan Hifih School and Auckland Girls" Grammar School) _• •■• 0,44S 18 (equal). Kathleen Annie M'Keage (Ashburton High School) 3.436 18 (equal) Olive Lilian Hunt fMoiueka District High School and Nelson Girls' College) 5,431 20. Howard Dartrey Charles Adams ißoseneatb. School and Wellington Collesre -• ■■• 5 '*5 2 21. Ethel Winifred Jessie Fen ton (Wellington Girls' College) ... 5 : 319 22. Leonard Hugh Marshall (Waitaki Boys' High School) 3,300 23 (equal!. * Phyllis Jean Harriet Tnrnoull (Otago Girls High School) 3.283 23 (equal). Agnes Randall Bluckie (Otago Girls' High School) ... 3,281 £3 (equal). David Allan Niel Mackenzie (Peterborough Lodge, London, and Christ's College. Chriateliurch) 3.281 23 (equal). Lewin Graham Mackworth Taverner (Wanganwi Collegiate School) 3,274 27. Lyndon Clement Hemery (Huti District High School and Wellington College) 5.246 23 (equal). Valeria Johnson (Auckland Girls' Grammar School) ... 3,211 28 (equal). Robert Owen Page (Elm-wood Public School and Boys' High School. Christchurch) ... ... •-, ..■ 3,207 28 (equal), Dorothy Eleanor Ethel Victoria Georgina Barber Clarke (Otago Girls" High School) ... 3,205 E£ (equal). Harold Ferguson Taylor (Aucklandi Grammar School) ••■ 5,197 PASSED WITH CREDIT.

The following passed, with credit : —32 {equal), Albert James Grigir (Auckland Brammar Sc&ool). 3,173; 32 (equal), Laura (Louisa Blanche JMieat (Nelson Giil ( ' |ege)_, 3,161; 34, Eva Esther Day (Inn itu Girls' High. School), 3.146; 35 (tqinl) fselwyn Rupert Graham (Hamilton H _lt School and Waitaki High School) 5 114 35 (equal), Bryan Gaire Blunt (W«.)h I r paratory School and jPhristcnnreb), 3,109; 37 (equal) JV n jßayden iyansom (Barurioni), 3,082 o7 (eu.uai), William At-tlnt'i' Churchill (Dim Bcliii), 3,072; 39 John ( i \ (Greymouth), 3,063; c>Q (equal), Ctun t In ford Robinson (Auckland), 3,004 oJ (equal)', Eric Kendall Rishwortn (W lingtoa), 3,052; 42 (equal), Thora. Cutli part Jlarwick (Oarnaru), 3,046; 42 (equil/ ijloana. Maru Anderson (Dnnedin) ioo 14 (equal), William David Foynton 1 tt' \ng (Wellington), urucu- age. 3.0*0 41 (equal), Ernest Henry Lovcl! 1 nun fWanganui), 3,024; 44 (equal). Yicl i M i J3am>n (Dunedin), 3,015; 46 Miholm ■Corrie Johnstone (Nelson). 3,012 47 (equal), William Morton .Rvbnrn ( \uck land), 2,979; 47 (equal), Graham luo 1 Bell (Auckland), 2,9/4; 47 (equal) I n i el Harry James (-Christ-church), 2,969 47 (equal), Eva Hyacinth Smith (VI on) $,966; 51, Charles Idvys Kitchen (VI gon), 2,957; 52 (equal), Jack A!" and r Archibald (Palnierston North), 2 905 ->2 Dorothy Jane Lambeth (iinercu gill), 2,926; 54 (equal), Norman Man on •(Nelson), 2,919; 54 (equal), Hubert Jam - liybuxn (Invercargill), 2,912; co Llh Young (Dunedin), 2,90 i; 57 (equal Time:, 'Alexander Wilson (Dannevirke). 2 880 pT (equal), James Paterson Forte fC is )»onie), 2,877; 57 (equal), John \ Kn •Allan (-Wellington).' 2,875; 60 ( qual) Jtfuriel Emma Bell (Nelson), 2,852 60 (equal), Kendrick Gee Archer (Imeretr gill), 2,837; 62, Elsie Elizabeth Earu i' tr f Christchurch), 2,822; 63 (equal), Beit-ice tEmily Smith (Christ-church), 2.801 63 {equal), Norman Taylor Sinclair (fhtwt thureb), 2,799; 63 (equal), Geoff rev \ ictor Wild (Invercargill), 2,789; 66 (equal) Croydon Lee (Oarnaru), 2,773; 66 (equal) IThos. Milliken (Christchurch), 2,772 68 Iris Helena Woodhouse (Wellington) 1.1), Ross Hepburn (Christ 69 (equal). Marion Lickkll , 2,694;-71; Colin Turn* itford), - gained T uunaki 87; 72 (equal), El e Tine urch), 2,652; '72 (equal) Kime (\Van:;anui) A bSO •man M'Leod Martin (Pil , 2,644; 75 (equal), \rthut ickland), 2.605: 75 (equil) ilpatrick Whitelaw ( V,_il 77 (equal), John Kenneth 1), 2,574; 77 (equal), John Bg (Auckland), 2,502 u it Newport Portei ( \ H 77 (equal), Duncan St m leather -(Auckland), 2 564 lon M'Rride Salt (New Pi> I Taranaki schohrship) jnal), Eobert- Akxinci r uietlin), 2.SSI ; 82 (equal) .andreth (Dunedin) I 538 84 (equal), Sydney Gordon Pilliii, (Dn edin), 2,512; 84 (equal). Cedric Jonn Big; ley (Daanevirke), 2,502; 84 (equal) Ctul aßamy Wake (Wanganui), "2,f04 84 (equal), William Edward Aitcmson i(Tamaru), 2,499; 83 Frederick Pereival Elinor (Napier), 2,469; £9. Samtul Junes ■Xhom-pson (Invercargill), 2,453. QUALIFIED FOR MATRICUL VTION The following qualified for m lunula lion on scholarship papers :—A. A Rtid (Invercargill), 2.417; A. E. M. Knuood {Auckland), 2,408; R. V. Smith { Vuuv land), 2,402; M. L. Elder E. 388; W. E. Holmes (Dunedin) 2 378 0. T. Harper (Wanganui, undti g,378; F. D. Bin-ham (Danntvnta) jj'Sol; Dora Johnstone (Wellington) §'333; R. P. Wilson (Wellington) 2 329 "Violet. E. Henry (Wellington) 2 326 C H. Creaswell (Rsn-iora) 2.296; hj W C iTobson (New Plymouth). 2,275, G. S. Troup (Oarnaru), 2,236: R. E. Gillen (Christchurch), 2,223; 11. S. Bilcliffe fChristchurehi, 2.213; Kato Leonard fßangiora), 2,266; E. V. G. Day (Timirul 2,206; H. C. Tod (Dunedin), 2,203; A. D. Roy (Dunedin), 2,202; Bertha H-. E.' Rhodes (Christchurch), 2,120; Olive R*. Salmon (Wellington). 2,179; Reginald Cra-wley (Auckland), 2,161; W. B, Fisher fWrilinpton), 2,160; H. J. Mail (Strxtiord), 2,118; A. F. Tyson (Gisborns), 2,061; J. H. Parr (Oarnaru), 2,049; H. G. Carter (Hamilton), 2,038; H. E. D. Carpentor (Auckland], 2,012; F. H. P. Rogers (Oarnaru), 1,975; Nora A. Devlin {Wellington), 1,952; A. M. Nicholson lAuckland), 1,922; Irene J. M. SievWright (Wellington), 1,815; F. S. Laurence (Wanganui), 1,208; .0. H. Tait Oarnaru), 1,787; C. F. Isles (Gisborno), 1,681; A. ,T. Shackleton (Timaru), 1,643;

Alley (Thames). 1,535; H. K. Corkill (Wellington), 1,397; D. W. Gray (Wanganui), 1,142. QUALIFIED FOR MEDICAL TRATION.The following qualified for medical registration :—R. S. B. Francis (Auckland), A. A. Reid (InvercargiH), R. ■ Qilkison (Oamaru), S. R. A. Graham (Oamaru), C. H. Tait (Oamaru). M. Mandcrson (Dnnedin), 11. J. Colvin (Duncdin). INTERMEDIATE MUS. B. The following passed in French for tho Intermediate Mus. 13. :—Jean Matthew MathieEon.

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UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS, Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS Issue 15704, 19 January 1915

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