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! UNIVERSITY OF WALES. !

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UNIVERSITY OF WALES. AXSCAL COLLEGIATK MEETDTOS AT BANGOR. The annual collegiate meetings of the Court of the University of Wales were held at Bangor on Thursday, the deputy-chancellor (Dr. l,aml1ard Owenl presiding. A letter was read from his Royal Highness Prince of Wales, the chancellor, expressing his gratification at the steady progress of the university, and al&o his regrt't, at hearing f the illness of Vi?. chancellor Viriamu Jones.âOn the motion of the Deputy-chancellor, the court, in a resolu- tion, expressed its sympathy wiu. the vice- chancellor. The resignation of Professor Conway as a member of the standing executive com mitt ie was accepted with regret, and a vote of sym- pathy with him in his illness was passed. An intimation was received from Cardiff to the effect that Professor Little, of the Cardiff {;"nege. had been appointed a member of the court. The Registrar reported that the nnmbcr of the candidates for the matriculation ?%is year wa? 491. an increase of 61 over last year, whilst the number of candidates for degree examinations had advanced from 332 to 543,- 'Hie Deputy-chancellor thought the results, both in mass and detail, were highly satisfac- tory. an opinion in which the court heartily agreed. On the recommendation of the examining board and of the examiners, it was unani- 1110Usl;r decided to confer the ftogree of M.A. on Miss Beatrice Edgell.âA motion was carrioJ to confer the respective degrees on the suc- ces8ful candidates at the graduation ceremony in the afternoon. On the recommendation of the Senate, it was decided, in fnture. to endorse honours gained by B.A. or n.S, graduates in their fourth year on their degree Årtificat<)s. The foJJowing is a list of candidates who qualified for degrees: For the degree of ragbter in Artibus.âBea- trice Edgell i A\. For the degree ef Baccalaureus in Artibus.â William Chr:stopher Wordsworth (A), with first-class honours in Greek and Latin; Norah Helen Bodkin (A), with first-cIaJiB honours in mathematics; Morgan Jones (Ci, with first- class honours in history; David John Thomas I Ai. with fit honours in English; David Eurof Walters ICI. with first-class honours in Hebrew; Harold Madoc Jones (A), w;th second- cbi53 honours in Greek and Latin; Evan Derry Evans (A), with second-class honours in Greek atid third-class honours in Latin; Ruby Etherington (A), with second-clsias honours in French; Edith Howells tCl, with second-class honours in philosophy; Eiddon Rhys Jones IE and AI. with eecond-ciass honours in English; John Hugh Michael <B), with second-class honours in Latin; Mary Ellen Owen (B), with second-class honours in Gre?k; Albert William Parry IAI. with second-class honours in English; Robert Silyn Roberts (B), with second-class honours in English; Wilhel- mine Marguerite Christian (A), with third-class honours in Fr n?h; John Davies Brown ((¡. with taird a. hon urs in Qlsh; Thomas Griffiths (C). with th?rd-cl?s honours in phil? sophy; Thomas Niat?h.? IC), with third-class honours in English; ohn Edward organ 1,11. with third-class honours in history; Ellen Roberts (C). with third-clas^ honours in Latin; Rhys Richard Williams (B), with third-class honours in English; Ernest Jacob Collins (B), George Davies (C). Robert Evan Davies (AI. Thomas Benjamin Davis iC\ William Thomas Ellq (A and Ri. Grace Ernestine Holding (C), 1 Thomas Hughes iBI. David Ewart James iCI, Edith Maria Jenkins (C), Richard Charles Lcwys ICI. Eirene Theodora Lloyd IAL Edward Morgan ICI. Sydney Oliver Morgan (AI, Samuel Owens (Bi. Elizabeth Sproxton (B), Oscar Stephen Symond (A), Mildred Louisa Ward CO), David Cynddelw Williams (A). Florence Eroilie Moyse Williams <C), John Bennett Wil- liams (A), Joseph Henry Wimms (B). Peter Williams (AI, and William Edward Williams ICI. For the degree of Baccalaureus in Scientia.- Robert Duncombe Abell (B), with first-claw honours in chemistry; Allan Baguley (lll. with second-class honours in chemistry; Richard Cadwahidr Roberts (A), with second-class honours in physics; William Burton (A), with third-class honours in chemistry; llltyd WiI. liams (C), with third-class honours in physics; William George Birt (C), Arthur Henry Chap- man ICI. Richard Lewis Davies (A), Noah Davies ICI, Alice Laura Embleton ICI. Joseph William Evans(C and A). Robert Steel Finlow (BI. Wil- liam St, Bodfau Griffith IA and B). Christian Francis John Galloway (C\ Mabel Elizabeth Howell IC), The. Campbell James lAi, Owen Thomas Jones IAI. Edward C'.wyd Jones (B). Edward Jones lEI, Richard Moseley Kinsey lEI, John Price Millington (A), Morgan Evan Phil- lips lEi. Frederick Geore Charlton Falloway (A>, Harry Thomas IAi. George Thomas (A), and Thomas Taliesiu Williams iC). With regard to the election of a Fellow on tbe Provisional t'oundation of 1899. the selected candidate was Miss Beatrice Edgell. In the above list the candidate's college is indicated by an initial letter placed in brackets after bis or her name. (A) signifying the Uni- versity College of Wales (Abcrystwith); (JJI the University College of North Wales tbang r); and (C) the University College of South Wales and Monmouthshire (Cardiff). At tbe conclusion of the graduation cere- mony, tire Court reHumed its adjourned busi- mony. the Court re8um P? ?d f- Eiii. Edward. ness At five o'clock professor Ellis Edwards raised what threatened to be a prolonged dis- cussion on the evergreen theo!og:ca1 question, by moving. as an amendment to the recommen- dation of the Theological Board, "That certain examiners be appointed for the year 1900; that one or more internal examiners shoold be appointed in addition to the external examiners as was done in th of other faculties." After some discussion, in the course of which it was stated by Mr. Cadwaladr Davies that tho point raised by Professor Edwards went to the root of the constitution and the Pro- vincial Chancellor had stated that the sug- gestion was financially unworkable, though sound in principle, it was decided. on a further motion by Profssor Edwards who withdrew his first amendment, to referthe matter back to the Theological Board. It was arranged that the nHt collegiate meeting of the court should be held at Car- diff this time next year, and after a di* sion Wrexham was chosen as against Newport (Man.) as the locale of the neit extra collate meeting, the date to be fised by the standing executive committee. The proceedings terminated at a late how with the usual votes of thanks.

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