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UNIVERSITY OF WALES. MATRICULATION EXAMINATION RESULTS. NORTH WALES SUOGESSES. The following students from North Wales colleges and schools were successful at the Matriculation Examination of tho Univer- sity of Wales, held in June. The examiners were:—-Latin, Professor C. Fiamst-ead Wal- ters, M.A., London, and Mr T. W. Allen, M.A., Oxford; English language and His- tory of England and Wales, Mr G. E. Green, M.A., Cambridge, and Mr Ivor B. John, M.A., Dudley; mathematics, Professor J. E. A. Steggall, M.A., Dundee, and Mr S. T. Shovelton, M.A., London; Welsh, the Rev. J. C. Morrice, M.A., Bangor; Greek, Professor G. Norwood, M.A., Cardiff; French, Miss Mary Brebner, M.A., London; German, Pro- fessor Waiter Rippmann, M.A., London; dynamics, experimental mechanics, and heat, Mr William Wat-son, D.Sc., F.R.S., London; chemistry, Mr F. D. Chattaway, M.A., Sc.D., Ph.D., F.R.S., Oxford; and botany. Professor V. H. Blackman, M.A., Sc.D., Leeds. C-andidates who passed the whole examina- tion — FIRST DIVISION. Emrye Evans, Dolgelley County School; William Foulke Evaais, Bala Preparatory School; Daniel Pxitchard Jones, do.; EliaB Summers Jones, Bethesda County School; John Hugh Jones, do.; Pitoeby Catherine Jones, Barmouth Countv School; Richard Jones, do.; Robert Yemer Jones, St. Asapi County School; Gwen Elizabeth Lewis, Wrex- ham Girls' County School; Doris Moss, do.; Ann Ereh Rhys, Bala GirrIe" County School; Robert Roberts, Holyhead County School; and Hannah Nora Simpson, Wrexham Girls' County School. SECOND DIVISION. Howel Tegid Edwards, Llandudno County School; Ellen Jane Haiaer, Wrexham County School for Girls; David Lewis, Clynnog Grammar School; and Kate Lewis, Penygroes County School. Candidates who, having previously passed in a part of the examination, have now passed in the remainder, and thus completed the Matriculation Examination. George Gamble Burgess, Bangor Normal College; Doris Bishop Butler, Carnarvon County School; Myfanwy Davies, AJun Coun- ty School, Mold; Rees 15tonvis Davies, Llan- fyllin County School; Roderick G wymve Jen- kins, Llangollen County School; Thomas Glynaie Jones, Altm County School, Mold; Ellen Augusta Crawley Lloyd-Williams, Uni- versity College, Bangor; Francis Alan Nor- .11, Bangor Normal College; Elizabeth Parry, Ffestiniog County School; Catherine Roberte, Carnarvon County School; and Elisabeth Wi'iku&s, Wrexham County School far Girls, Candidates who have satisfied the examiners in a part of the examination, and are speci- ally recommended by them as deserving to be admitted to a subsequent examination in the remainder. (Tiie subjects in which they have passed are shown in brackets). Mcrfydd Hilda Davies (Latin, mathematics, French, and chemistry), Towyn County School; John Thomas Evans (English, mathe- matics, Welsh, experimental mechanics, and heat), Carnarvon County School; Dorothy Griffiths (English, mathematics, French, and botany), Towyn County School; EMzabeth Jones (Latin, mathematics, French, and chemistryi, do.; Griffith Jones (Latin, mathe- matics, Greek, and Welsh), Bala-Bangor In- dependent College; Humphrey Owen Jones (Latin, mathematics, Welsh, experimental mechanwo, and heat), Carnarvon County School; Llewelyn Jones (English, mathe- matics, Welsh, aaid chemistry), Holyhead County School; Owen Homas Jones (Latin, mathematics, Greek, and Welsh), Qynnog Gramniar School; Wm, Owen Jones (Eng- liah, Latin, mathematics, and Welsh), Pwll- hfeli County School; WQliaan Thomas Jones (English, Latin, mathematics, aaid Welsh), Deaabigh County School; David Lewie (Latin, mathematics, chemistry, experimental mech- anics, and heat), Towyn County School; Willie Owen (Latin, mathematics, Greek, aaid Welsh), Baptist College, Bangor; John Pierce (English, Latin, Greek, and Welsh), Menai Bridge Grammar School and private tuition; David Roberts (English, Latin, mathematics, and Weiah), Qynnog Grammar School; Hugh Roberts (Latin, mathematics, Welsh, and chemistry), Holyhead County School; Eliza- beth Boddug Thomas (English, Latin, mathe- matics, and chemistry), Towyn County School; John Williams (English, Latin, mathematics, and French), Denbigh County School; Owen Lloyd Williams (English, mathematics, Welsh, and ehemistry), Holy- bead County School; and Winifred Gwen WaHiams (English, Latin, French, and ciemisfcry), do.

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