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SUCCESSFUL AUCKLAND .STUDENTS. [BY TEJ,KGKAI>H.--PRESS■. ASSOCIATION.] Wkllikgton', Sunday. A s.PKOiAi meeting- of the Senate of the New Zealand University was held 1 yesterday. The main business was the consideration of the English examiners'..; reports on the degree, honours' l and:■'scholarship examinations of last November. The Auckland results are as follows: — Honours in Arts: Mona Martha Brown, third-class, honours in mental science, also third-class honours in political science; For- | gus Gale Dunlop, first-class honours in languages and literature (English and French) Elsie Mary Griffin,: first-class honours,; in : botany The honours class of Rollo Richard ; St. John Hovcll was removed for, further inquiry. ..-.'.. ■j : \ Masters -.'of Arts:: Mona Martha Brown, Fergus Gale Dunlop, Elsie Mary Griffin, Rollo Richard St. John Hovcll. Honours in Law: Robert Norman Moody, second-class honours in contracts and torts, jurisprudence, and trusts. Master of Laws: Robert Norman Moody. Passed first section of first examination in civil engineering, Arthur David Mead; passed first section of first examination in mining engineering, Gerhard Adoiphus Chapman Ulrieh; passed third examintion in metallurgical engineering, Walter Alexander (liven passed first examination Mus. 8,, Seymour Kenneth Phillips; passed final examination' Mus. B. (original composition ill required), Edith Marion Webb. .Bachelor of 'Music: Florence Bertha Williams;. - .... : ;Senior Scholarships: Edward Caradus (in chemistry) and Anne Forsyth Ironside "(in. j botany), equal. " j Passed first section Bachelor of Arts: Ro-! Bert Rowan Bell (also first LL.B.), John | George Thomas "Castle, Martin Heywood ! Ilatnpson (also first LL.B.), Mona Collins I Hay, Athol Feilding Howarth (also first LL.B.), Florence Minnie Lewis, Muriel Mary Charlotte, Anne Peaoocke. Bachelors of Arts: Hector Kenneth Burns, Ernest Chitty, Anne Forsyth Ironside, Lionel John Mytlon Mackay, Charles Fredrick Chipman Miller, May Bloxsome Robertson, Thomas Francis Warren. Passed First Section Bachelor of Science: David Ernest Hansen, Solomon Netheim Ziman. Bachelors of Science: James Henry Adams, Edward Caradus, Frederick Palliss'r Worley. Passed Second Examination LL.B. Degree: William Harold Woodward, Ralph Lionel Ziman. , ' Passed First Examination Bachelor of Commerce: Wallace Stewart (section), Maxwell Walker (whole). ~ Certificates of Proficiency (B.A. standard): Alfred William Green, in biology and botany: Edward William Shanahan, in geology. .

Other matters dealt with at the meeting were a modification of the now senior scholarship definition in biology, whereby a candidate for this scholarship shall take a paper in general biology and the honours papers A and 1 B in either botany or zoology, and a modification in the requirements for repeating the subject of mathematics for the degree of Bachelor of Science, whereby candidates so repeating shall not be required to take the honours paper in optics and astronomy. These two provisions require ratification- at the general meeting of the Senate. Three candidates for mining engineering, _ who had failed in machine drawing, will be allowed to take that subject with their final examination. Mr. Herdman Smith was appointed an examiner for matriculation.

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UNIVERSITY EXAMINATION RESULTS. New Zealand Herald, Volume XLIII, Issue 13141, 2 April 1906

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