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At yesterday's meeting of the University Senate Professor Macmillan Brown was selected as the Senate representative on the projected Genera] Council of Education. Professor Segar moved—" That candidates for B.Sc. be allowed to repeat in both pure and applied mathematics." Professor Hunter moved an amendment—'•That the matter be referred to the, Board of Studies." The motion was agreed to, and the resolution was referred to the Statutes Committee. Professor Segar moved—- That a stu dent who has won a university scholarship, but for some reason not discreditable to the student ha» had to forgo the emoluments of such scholarship, shall continue to enjoy all the other privileges." The motion was agreed to. and the resolution was referred' to the Entrance Committee. Professor Segar moved—- That a student having passed the first section of B.A. or B.Sc. in three subjects at tho end of his first year he allowed, if he desires, to repeat the section at the end of his second vear in four subjects." The motion was agreed to, and was referred to the Decrees Examination Committee. On the motion of Professor Scott it was agreed—"That arrangements in connection with the engineering travellingscholarship be referred to the Engineering Committee.'' Professor Hunter submitted the report of the December Examiners' Committee, which was agreed to as follows .•—Entrance scholarship: Latin, Professor H. S. Dcttman, M.A. ('Aucklandi : Greek. Mr H. D. Broadhead. .M.A. Christchurch!; English. Professor H. Mackenzie. M.A. (Wellington!: French. Mrs M'Phail ["Wellington); German. Professor M. Walker

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UNIVERSITY SENATE, Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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UNIVERSITY SENATE Issue 15708, 23 January 1915

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