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[Meeting minutes of the Senate of The University of British Columbia] Jan 5, 1922

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Thursday, Jnnuary 5th, 19??.
660 An adjourned regular meeting of the Senate of the University
of British Columbia was held on Thursday, January 5th, 1922, at 8 P.M.,
In the Board Room at the University offices.
Present: The President in the Chair, Dean F. M. Clement,
Dean R. W. Brock, Dean H. T. J. Coleman, Mr. P. A. Boving, Dr. E. H.
Archibald, Mr. L. W. Gill, Dr. D. Buchanan, Bishop de Pencier, Judge
F. W. Howay, Mr. W. P. Argue, Dr. G. G. Sedgewick, Dr. N. Wolverton,
Miss A. B. Jamieson, Mr. J. S. Gordon, Magistrate H. C. Shaw, Dr.
W. B. Burnett, Mr. J. M. Turnbull, Mr. G. E. Robinson, Rev. A. H.
Sovereign.
661 From the Faculty of Agriculture.
(a) Postponement of the enjoyment of award of R. P. McLennan
Scholarship.
That the R. P. McLennan Scholarship of $75.00, awarded to
Herbert E. West, Second Year Agriculture, be held for one
year.
Dean Clement)
Mr. Boving ) That Mr. West's scholarship be held over for
one year.
Carried.
66?        (b) Award of British Columbia Dairymen's Association Prizes.
That the British Columbia Dairymen's Association Prizes
for the judging done by the team selected to represent the
University in stock-judging at the Pacific International
Exposition held in Portland, Oregon, in November 1921,
be awarded as follows:-
First Prize    $50.00    A. Blair
Second Prize   $30.00   W. J. S. Pye
Third Prize    $20.00    L. Bennett
Dean Clement)
Mr. Boving ) That Senate accept the recommendation of the
Faculty of Agriculture.
Carried.
663       (c)  Co-ordinaticg Committee. - (
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(268)
Thursday, January 5th, 1922.
That this Faculty approved of the statement of the functions
of the Co-ordinating Committee, as submitted to the Senate
by the Faculties of Arts and Science and Applied Science,
and as adopted by Senate.
Dean Coleman)
Mr. Gordon )  That the communication be received and filed.
Carried.
Dean Brock )
Judge Howay) That the Co-ordinating Committee as outlined
be appointed.
In amendment, -
Dean Clement     )
Mr. G. E. Robinson) That the Senate do now constitute a
Committee to be known as the Co-ordinating
Committee, consisting of the President and
the Deans of Faculties ex-officio, and
the two elected members from each
Faculty on Senate, which Committee shall
have for its.sole function the reviewing
of all recommendations coming from any
particular Faculty to Senate in order
to ascertain if any of these deal with
matters which are of concern to any
Faculty other than the one in which they
originated, and if so, to Inform that
other Faculty.
Dean Brock pointed outthat Dean Clement's amendment was
practically a duplication of his motion. Dean Clement withdrew his amendment.  The following motion was substituted for
the original.
Dean Brock )
Judge Howay) That the Senate adopt the recommendation of
its Special Committee to consider the Constitution of Faculties embodied in its report dated
February 5th, 1921, and appoint a Co-ordinating
Committee corsisting of the President and
Deans of Faculties (ex-officip) and the two
< professors elected to the Senate from each of
the Faculties as provided in Clause 56 (b)
of'the University Act.
The sole function of this Committee shall be
' to review all recommendations coming from any
particular Faculty to Senate in order to
ascertain if any of these deal with matters
; that are of concern to any Faculty other than
^fc the one in which they originated, and if so,
to inform that other Faculty.
Carried.
V   < (269)
Thursday, January 5th, 1922.
From the Faculty of Applied Science.
664 Change of time of the Summer School in Surveying.
That the Summer School in Surveying be held in the
Spring Instead of in the Autumn.
Dean Brock  )
Mr. Sovereign) That this recommendation of the Faculty of
Applied Science be approved by Senate.
Carried.
From the Faculty of Arts and Science.
665 Summer School, Night Classes and University Extension Work.
The Faculty of Arts and Science recommend that Senate
consider, with a view to adoption, the following report
from the Faculty's Committee on the Summer School.
Your Committee begs to submit the following recommendations:-
1. With respect to the Summer School in general:-
ta) That the Summer School work be continued.     «
(b) That the principle of assigning degree credits to
Summer School work be approved, provided always
that this work be deemed by the departments concerned to be adequate far the purpose.
(c) That, for the present, credits towards a decree
be not given to Summer School work beyond the
level of the first and second years of the regular
University course.
(d) That, as occasion recuires or makes desirable, the
Summer School be permitted to offer courses not
leading to a University degree,
(e) That no course be given unless it is asked for by
such a number of students as the authorities of the
Summer School deem sufficient.
2. With respect to the Director's report on the Summer
School 'of 1921.
(a) That the request for a course in French Conversation
be approved, but that this course carry no credit
towards a degree.
(b) That requests for courses in General Bacteriology,
Modern History, and the Poetry of the Romantic
Movement be referred to the Head of the various
departments concerned. (270)
Thursday, January 5th, 1922,
(c) That requests for various courses in Education be
referred to Dean Coleman, for discussion, where
that is necessary or desirable, with the Provincial
Department of Education.
(d) That, in accordance with the request of Professor
Hutchinson, pro tanto credit towards a degree be
assigned to the work of the evening classes in
Botany.
(e) That the report of the Director of the Summer
School be approved and received.
Dean Coleman)
Mr. Gordon ) That the report be received and considered
section by section.
Carried.
Bishop de Pencier)
Dean Coleman    ) That Section 1 be adopted.
Carried.
Dean Coleman    )
Bishop de Pencier) 'That Section 2 be adopted.
Carried.
Dean Coleman
Mr. Sovereign]  That the report as a whole be adopted.
Carried.
656    Results of Christmas Examinations.
(a) From the Faculty of Arts and Science:
Recommended that the following students be required to
discontinue attendance at the University for the remainder
of the session:-
Flrst Year Total Mark-Maximum-Failures
Arthur J. 0. Cooper
Sun on Ing
Jenny E. M. Manuel
Mary C. E.. ^clntosh
Beryl C. Alexander
Marjorie A. Fraser
Carl E. Gustafson
Marjorie Hatfield
Josephine E. Kee ""
Kingsley S. Logan
Louis F. Nicholson
266
588
5
252
700
6
300
700
4
304
738
6
328
776
4
270
663
4
289
725
4
303
700
4
271
700
4
322
764
5
239
663
4 (271)
Thursday, January 5th, 1922,
Second Year Total Mark-Maximum-Failures
William B. Cochrane
George N. Langtry
Lawrence Williams
Dean Coleman )
Dr. Sedgewick)  That this report be received.
Carried.
289
750
4
284
675
4
260
750
5
Carried.
Dr. Wolverton )
Dr. Archibald) That the report be adopted.
(b) From the Faculty of Applied Sciencei
Recommended that the following students be required to
discontinue attendance at the University for the remainder
of the session-
First Year Total Mark-Maximum-Failures
Eric G. Peter
Arthur F. Rees
Ernest G. B. Stevens
Harry L. Purdy
William M. Robson
Laurence H. Woodard
Second Year
James C. Rear 452     975     4
First Year Nursing
Pauline F. Creelman      191     563     4
Ida L. Smith 302      825     4
431
1138
6
372
950
5
349
900
4
443
1138
6
283
950
6
436
1138
6
Dean Brock)
Mr. Boving) That this report be received.
Dean Brock)
Mr. Gill  ) That the report be adopted.
Carried.
Carried.
Mr. Sovereign)
Judge Howay ) That the Secretary of Senate be instructed to
communicate this decision to the students.
Carried.
Dr. Wolverton)
Dean Clement ) That the names of all the other students be
given to the press and that these be withheld,
Withdrawn. (?7?.:
Thursday, January 5th, 1922.
The President stated that It was the intention of the Chair to
release this Information on the basis of the reports of the
Faculties and not as a result of Its confirmation bv Senate.
Mr. Gordon)
Mr. Argue ) That we, as Senate, endorse all the marks assigned
by the Faculties thus far.
Withdrawn.
In amendment:
Dean Coleman)
Mr. Gill   ) That Senate's consideration of the marks of all
other students be deferred to the spring and
that the results be announced in the meantime
in such way as the President and the Registrar
may determine.
Carried.
Dean Clement)
Mr. Boving  )  That we adjourn.
Carried.
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Chairman. J Secretary.

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