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[Fee United Press Association.) CHRISTCHURCH. January 22. TVj-o University Jr-eniirc co-iTVvrivj-etV \Vrevr sittings to-dav. Sir Ivoliert Stout was reappointed Chancellor, and Sir Charles Bowen Vice-Chancellor mi the motion of Sir Maurice Olßork-e. Tim t hancoilor, in returning thanks, said tins would pro.bably be his last term :n the position, as he felt he needed rest. It was decided, on the motion of Professor Right, that tlie Ikgreos examination Committee make a recommendation on the question of r.u dilying the statutes relating to cic-ior.-. s> as to make it possible for an honors grotratc m arts to oroeeed to a d >ct< t.t; o <m the presentation of sufficient research hi any hvaucii of any subject- of the .‘its course.

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UNIVERSITY SENATE, Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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UNIVERSITY SENATE Issue 15707, 22 January 1915

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