| AUCKLAND COLLEGE LIST. > THE LONGEST ON RECORD. | TOTAL OF 107 CONFERRED. ! Degrees conferred at the Auckland University College capping ceremony yesterday were again a record for number. | There were 107 in all, compared with 101 a year ago. The following is the list:— MASTER OF ARTS. Owen Walter Bayly, in Economics. Edward Musctrave Blaiklock, First-class in Latin and French. Charles Wallace Bos well, in Education. William Gordon Victor Fernie,, Secondclass in Economics. Edward William Grigg, Second-class in History. Edward Noel McLachlan Hogben, Firstclass in History. Arthur Henry Hunt, in Economics. Felix Maxwell Keesing, First-class in Education. John Edward Learning, in English and Latin. Amy Lillian Louch, in History. Kathleen Maudie Merritt, in Mathematics. Charles Andrew Noblo, in Mathematics. Cornelius Francis O'Connor, in Economics. Jean Riach, Sccond-class in English and French. Agues Marion Low- Robb, in English and French. Zilla Mary Simpson, Second-class in History. Arthur Ballard Thompson, Second-class in Education. Nancy Grace Wilson, First-class in English. MASTER OF SCIENCE. John Clark Andrews, First-class in Chemistry. Wallace Armstrong Mackay, Secondclass in Physics (Electricity and Magnetism ). Francis John Turner, First-class in Geology. MASTER OF LAWS. David Leonard Bone, in Jurisprudence ; Contracts and Torts; Companies. Henry James Butler, Second-class in Roman Law; Contracts and Torts; Companies. William Thomas Dobson, in Jurisprudence; Contracts and Torts; Companies James Renshaw Drurnmand, Second-class in Jurisprudence; Contracts and Torts; Companies. Trevor Ernest Henry, Second-class in Roman Law; Contracts and Torts; Companies. Ronald Ormiston Sinclair, Second-class in Jurisprudence; Contracts and Torts; Companies. William Rodney Lcwin Vallance, Second-class in Roman Law; Contracts and Torts; Companies. Jack Duddingston Willis, in International Law and Conflict of Laws; Contracts and Torts; Negligence, etc. MASTER OF COMMERCE. David Harvey Steen, Second-class (Economics and Economic History). BACHELOR OF ARTS. Marjory French Erne Adams, in English, Latin. Florence Beatrice Armstrong, in Mathematics. , Helen Verney Asser, in Pure Mathematics, French. Cicely Jean Astlev, in Latin, French. Lewjs Agassiz Barnes, in Latin. Alan Bassett, in Education. Sliolto Black, in French, Philosophy. Edna Jean Bowell, in ' English, History. Winifred Braitlnvaite, in French. Leslie. Viekery Bryant, in History. Keith Edward Bullen, in Mathematics. Robert Vernon Burton, in Economics, Education. Cecily Maude Canavan, in Pure Mathematics, English. Margaret Dorothy Connor, in Education. Vainer James Cooke, in French, Education. Oliver Gordon Cox, in French. Edna Mary Davis, in History, Botany. Atholl Hodgson Donnell, in History, English. Irene Grace Evans, in Economics, History. Murray Holman Feist, in Economics, French. Herbert Leslie- Fiebig, in History. Marion Bertha Forde, in English, Latin. Ella Mildred Fowler, in Botany.' Kenneth Hampton Fricker, in Education. William Bryce Gillespie, in English, Education. Bernard Owen Heather, in French. Vincent Noel Hubble, in History, Economics. Mabel Gow Johnston, in Economics, History. _ . Clodagh Mary Kitcat, in English, French. Kathleen May Leighton, in History, Economics. Norman Alexander Leonard, in History, Economics. Eric Norman Le Petit, in French, Education. Evelyn Charlotte Mahoney, in French, English, History. Margaret Marie Martin, in History. Walter Robert Hugh Martin, in French, Education. Kathleen Annie Mathew, in Economics. Dorothy Mathews, in French, Education. English. Botany. Alice Ethel Minchin, in Education,
Pure Mathematics. James Duncan McGuire, in Economics. Gerard Guy Llewellyn McLeod.,. in Econornics. Winifred Edith McNickle, in Greek. • Charles Edgar Newick, in History, ■ French. Kathleen Burgoyne Owen, in English, French. ' Theodora Mary. Pabst, in Philosophy, Education, History. Thomas Philips, in Economics. Victor Reginald Raines, in Economics. Miriam Jean Robertson, in French. Tsobel Rito Dumont Robins, i;n French. Harold Small, in Economics. Roy Smallfield, in Latin, History. Andrew Archibald Smyth, in Economics, History. Eva Marion Stallworthy', in Botany. Ena May Steele, in History. Leonard Henry Thomson, in .Economics. French. Clifton Roberts Tilly, in Education. Tui Vance Valentine, in English, His- , tory. Gladys May Ward, in English. Latin. Kathleen Emily Wright, in Latin. BACHELOR OF LAW!?. Victor Arthur John de Coelt, in Property 11.. Evidence, Procedure. Frank Clendon Gould, in Property 11., Evidence, Procedure. Eoin Bruce Chisbolm Murray, in Intornational Law. Malcolm Roy Watterson, hi International Law, Conflict of Laws, Property II . Procedure. John Nigel Wilson, iri Property 11,, Evidence, Procedure. BACHELOR OF COMMERCE. Frank Seering Battley, in Modern History, Economic Geography, Economics, Statistical Method, Currency and Banking. Spanish. Robert Bovd Hardy, in French. William Allan McNair, in Modern History, Statistical Method, Currency and Banking. Noel Rpycroft Stewart, in Book-keep-ing 11., Statistical Method. DIPLOMA IX EDUCATION. . Edward William Peace Massey. DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL SCIENCE. Christopher George Bottrcl'i. PASSED IN SUBJECTS PRE-REQUISITE FOR CANDIDATURE FOR M.A. EXAMINATION. Dorothy Fiona McLeod, in Economics. Albert William Harvey West, in Latin. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE. Norman Stanley Alexander, irv' Physics, Chemistry. Dawson Donaldson, in Phjsics. John Dumble, in Physics, Geology, Chemistry. Richard Seymour Fletcher in Mathematics. Howard James Gaudin, in Zoology, Chemistry. | William Ernest la Roche, in Pure Mathematics. Eugene Dumont Robins, in Physics, Geology, Chemistry. . Doris" Myrtle Smith, in Mathematics, Botany. / Conway Taylor, in Physical Technology and Laboratory Arts, Physics. Thomas Eric Thompson, in Physics. Herbert Lea Towers, in Chemistry. BACHELOR OF MUSIC. Kathleen Madge Jackson. /
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UNIVERSITY DEGREES., New Zealand Herald, Volume LXIII, Issue 19327, 14 May 1926
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