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 Monday, October 24, 1949 1542
The first regular meeting of the Senate of the
University of British Columbia was held on Monday, October
24th, 1949, at 8:00 p.m. in the Board and Senate Room.
Present:  President N.A.M. MacKenzie (in the Chair)
Dean Blythe Eagles, Dean S.N.F. Chant, Dean J.N. Finlayson,
Dean G.F. Curtis, Dean E.L. Woods, Dean M.M. Weaver, Dean W.
H. Gage, Dr. T.M.C. Taylor, Dr. V.C. Brink, Mr. Jacob Biely,
Dr. C.E. Dolman, Mr. J.F. Muir, Mr. F. Read, Mr. G.D. Kennedy,
Mr. F.A. Morrison, Dr. L.E. Ranta, Dr. H.J. MacLeod, Dr. G.M.
Volkoff, Mr. H.N. MacCorkindale, Mr. W.R. McDougall, Dr. J.M.
Ewing, Dr. R.E. Foerster, Mr. E.D. Fulton, Dr. A.E.D. Grauer,
Brig. Sherwood Lett, Mr. A.E. Lord, Dr. H.V. Warren, Mr. D.T.
Braidwood, Miss F.S. Mulloy.
Regrets for their inability to be present were
received from Dr. Kenneth Taylor, Mrs. J.H. Creighton,
Major H.C. Holmes, Dr. A.B. Schinbein, Dr. F.A. Turnbull,
Dr. C.H. Wright, Dean M. Dorothy Mawdsley, Dr. A.R. Lord,
Dr. Roy Daniells, Mr. R.T. Wallace, Dr. W.N. Sage, Mr. H.O.
English and Dr. W.S. Taylor.
Before opening the Agenda the Chairman referred to
the loss, since the last meeting of Senate, of two loyal and
distinguished members of the staff of the University, Dr. G.
G. Sedgewick and Dr. M.J. Marshall. In accordance with the
request of Senate at its meeting on August 26th, 1949, the
Committee on Memorial Minutes prepared a memorial resolution
marking the death of the late Archbishop DePencier, one of Monday, October 24, 1949  1543
the original members of the Senate of the University of
British Columbia.  In anticipation of a similar request with
reference to the death of a second member of Senate, Dr.
Sedgewick, the Committee had prepared a further memorial
concerning him.
In the absence of Dr. Daniells, Chairman of the
Committee of Memorial Minutes, Dean Eagles read the following
statements, which Senate agreed should be spread on the
minutes.
"The Senate expresses its sense of loss in recording
the death of Adam Urias de Pencier.  His career was
marked by distinguished service as chaplain in the First
Great War and by a long and faithful incumbency as
Archbishop and Metropolitan.  He was for many years
President of the Anglican Theological College and a
member of Senate.  It pleased him to recall that he had
been a member of Senate at its first inception and his
last years of devoted service were gladdened by the sight
of much that had once seemed, to him and to his colleagues,
remote and difficult of achievement, coming to fruition
in his own time."
"The Senate is profoundly sensible of its loss in the
death of Garnett Gladwin Sedgewick, head of the Department
of English and long a member of this body.  His frequent
contributions to Senate debate and discussion were marked
by a humane wisdom and breadth of culture, enlivened by a
keen critical faculty and an ironic wit.  His utterances
were the overflow of a unique and memorable personality:
we 'shall not look upon his like again.'"
With reference to the minutes of the meeting of
Senate held on August 26th, 1949, Dr. Warren asked for an
explanation of the policy of the Department of Physical
Education in adding the new courses listed, particularly
those in advanced football and rugby.  The Chair reported
that these courses had been presented to Senate in the usual r
Monday, October 24, 1949 1544
4^ manner and were approved.
Mr. A.E. Lord)
f Mr. Kennedy  )  That the minutes of the regular
meeting of August 26th, 1949, be
taken as read and adopted.
Carried
Notice of Election of Representatives
of Faculties on Senate
Arts and Science
The Secretary read a notice from the Faculty of
* Arts and Science that at a meeting on October 19th, 1949,
Dr. T.M.C. Taylor was elected as a representative of that
+ Faculty on Senate, to replace Dean Gage, for the remainder
of the term ending May, 1951.
Pharmacy
The Secretary read a notice from the Faculty of
Pharmacy that at a meeting on October 18th, 1949, Mr. Finlay
A. Morrison and Dr. L.E. Ranta were elected as representatives
of that Faculty on Senate for the remainder of the term
1948-51-
t
The President welcomed these new members to the
>. Senate and expressed the hope that they would find the
meetings interesting.
y        Appointment of Library Committee
At the October meetings of the Faculties, the
following were nominated as representatives on the Library
Committee of Senate : Monday, October 24, 1949 1545
Faculty of Arts and Science:  Dr. Ian McTaggart Cowan
Mr. Thorlief Larsen
Dr. Kenneth Mann
Facultv of Applied Science: Dr. David Murdoch
Faculty of Agriculture: Dr. Vernon C. Brink
Faculty of Law: Mr. Gilbert Kennedy
Faculty of Pharmacy: Mr. Finlay A. Morrison
Faculty of Graduate Studies: Dr. D.C.B. Duff
Dean Gage )
Dean Chant)  That the nominations of Faculties to the
Librae Committee of Senate be approved.
Carried
From the Board of Governors
Approval of Recommendations of Senate
Institute of Oceanography
The Board of Governors at its meeting on August
29th, 1949, approved the establishment of an Institute of
Oceanography at the University of British Columbia, in
accordance with the action of Senate on August 26th, 1949,
and moved that arrangements for the courses be undertaken
subject to their approval by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.
Additional Senior Matriculation Scholarships
The Board of Governors on August 29th, 1949,
approved the recommendation passed by Senate on August 26th,
1949, that two additional senior matriculation scholarships,
of $200.00 each, chargeable to the University Bursary Fund
be made available.  It was noted that the first would provide
for a tie between Mr. Donald Ashley Cooper and Miss Lorna Monday, October 24, 1949        1546
Roberta Dyck and the second a special scholarship for Mr.
Peter Michael Claxton.
Course Changes. Correspondence and Extra-Mural Courses
At its meeting on August 29th, 1949, the Board of
Governors approved the changes in courses offered in the
Department of Physical Education, the new courses in Slavonic
Studies, and the Correspondence and Extra-Mural Evening
Classes under the Department of University Extension, as
approved by Senate on August 26th, 1949*
From the Faculties
Summary of Sessional Examination Results,
Lower Years, April, 1949
A summary was received of Sessional Examination
Results for the Lower Years in the Faculties of Arts and
Science, Applied Science, Agriculture and Pharmacy, for the
Session 1948-49-
In this connection recommendations of the Faculties
of Applied Science and Agriculture that the following students
be required to withdraw were presented for approval:
Faculty of Applied Science
General Engineering - First Year
Godber, Raymond P.
Watt, James William
- Second Year
Tindale, Graeme F.
Architecture - First Year
Farry,   Gerard F. Monday, October 24, 1949 1547
Faculty of Agriculture - Second Year
Sherwood, George
Dean  Chant)
Dean Gage   )     That  the  action taken by  the  Faculties of
Applied Science and Agriculture  in asking
the  above-named students  to  withdraw be
approved.
Carried
Report on Supplemental Examinations,
Special Examinations and Re-Readings
A report on Supplemental and Deferred Examinations,
September, 1949, in the Faculties of Arts and Science,
Applied Science, Agriculture, Law and Pharmacy was received.
It was noted that 2,159 candidates wrote 3,456 papers.  The
Secretary also reported that 118 Special Examinations had
been written in the Faculty of Applied Science during the
year ending September, 1949-
With respect to re-readings, it was noted that during
the Session 1948-49 253 applications resulted in 39 changes
in marks, as compared with 769 applications and 129 changes
in 1947-48.
Candidates for Degrees and Diplomas
Lists of Candidates for degrees at the Autumn
Congregation, October 26th, 1949, supplementary to those
presented to Senate on August 26th, 1949, were received.  It
was noted that approximately 433 candidates would be called.
Dean Gage  )
Dr. Volkoff)  That the candidates listed for the
degrees of Master of Arts, Master of
Applied Science and Master of Science in
Agriculture be approved.
Carried Monday, October 24, 1949 1548
Dean Chant)
Mr. Fulton)  That the candidates listed for the degrees
of Master of Social Work, Bachelor of Arts
(Honours), Bachelor of Arts (General Course),
Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Home
Economics, Bachelor of Physical Education,
Bachelor of Education, and Bachelor of
Social Work be approved.
Carried
Dean Finlavson)
Dr. MacLeod  )
That the candidates listed for the degrees
of Bachelor of Applied Science and
Bachelor of Applied Science in Nursing
be approved.
Carried
Dean Finlayson)
Mr. Fulton   )
That the Public Health Nursing candidates
listed for the Certificate Course in
Nursing be approved.
Carried
Dean Eagles)
Dr. Brink  ) That the candidates listed for the degree
of Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
(Honours) and Bachelor of Science in
Agriculture (General Course) be approved.
Carried
Dean Curtis)
Mr. Kennedy) That the candidates listed for the degree
of Bachelor of Laws be approved.
Carried
Dean Woods  )
Mr. Morrison)That the candidate listed for the degree
of Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy be
approved.
Carried
From the Faculty of Arts and Science
Course Changes
Chemistry
The Faculty of Arts and Science on October 19th,
1949, approved the following recommendations from the Monday, October 24, 1949 1549
Department of Chemistry:
(a) That Chemistry 540 be changed from 2 units to 1 unit
(b) That the following new courses be added:
504« Chemical Oceanography
519. Radiochemistry
520. Molecular Structure
523. Chemical Kinetics
533» Physical Organic
534. Physical Chemistry of High Polymers
53o*« Selected Topics II in Organic
537. Carbohydrate Chemistry
541. Intermediary Metabolism I
542. Intermediary Metabolism II
551. Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics
552. Distillation Theory and Design
1 unit each.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage )  That this change and the new courses
listed be approved.
Carried
Psychology
At its meeting on October 19th, 1949, the Faculty
of Arts and Science approved the following new courses in
the Department of Philosophy and Psychology, effective in
the Session 1949-50:
502. Psychology of Learning   3 units
(same as Education 530)
503. Diagnostic Testing and Interpretation   3 units
504. The Form and Function of the Human Brain lj units
It was noted that these courses were made possible through a
grant from the Federal Department of Health and Welfare, for
the purpose of extending the work in clinical psychology for
graduate students.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage ) That the three courses listed be approved.
Carried Monday, October 24, 1949 1550
Policy re Jurisdiction in Matter of Recommending
Courses primarily intended for Graduate Students
At its meeting on October 19th, 1949, the Faculty
of Arts and Science agreed that Senate be asked for a ruling
as to whether the Faculty of Arts and Science or the
Faculty of Graduate Studies should have jurisdiction in the
matter of recommending courses primarily intended to
graduate students.
In this connection Senate agreed that for
administrative purposes courses offered primarily for
graduate students should remain under the jursidiction of
the Faculty in which they are offered.
Education 5^0, History of Education
The Faculty of Arts and Science on October 19th,
1949, approved Education 520, History of Education, 3 units,
to be offered as a correspondence course.  It was noted that
this course was recommended in response to a number of
requests from teachers throughout the Province.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage )  That Education 520 be approved as a
Correspondence Course.
Carried
Request for  Course  in Modern Hebrew
At  its  meeting on October  19th,   1949,   the  Faculty
of Arts and   Science approved the   following resolution in
respect to the  request of the  B'nai B'rith  Hillel Foundation
for a course  in Modern  Hebrew.
"In view of  the   fact  that  Classical Hebrew is  taught
in the  affiliated Theological   Colleges,   that the Monday, October 24, 1949 1551
demand for Modern Hebrew for commercial purposes is
likely for some time to be small and that there is
little prospect of this University developing a full
scale Department of Semitic Studies, this Committee
recommends that no action be taken at present to
provide courses in Modern Hebrew."
It was noted that this resolution had been submitted to
Faculty by the Committee on Teaching of Modern Hebrew,
composed of members of the language departments on the
campus.
Mr. A.E. Lord)
Dr. Grauer  )  That Senate adopt the resolution
approved by the Faculty of Arts and
Science.
Carried
Courses for Summer Session, 1950
The following courses for the Summer Session 1950,
recommended by the Summer Session Committee, were approved
by the Faculty of Arts and Science at its meeting on
October 19th, 1949.
Agriculture   One course to be decided
Anthropology  300
Bacteriology  201
Biology      100, 304
Chemistry     100, 200, 300
Economics     200, 310 plus (100 or 330)
Education     511, or 512 (|) 520 or 521, 529, 581/2,
509 (in four 1^ unit sections), 530,
536/7 (see Psychology 403)
English      100/1, 200, 421 plus three senior courses
French        101, 202
Geography     101, 303, 407
German        90, 200
History      Three courses to be decided
Mathematics   100, 202, 302, 307
Music        300
Philosophy    205, 304
Physics      lOO/l, 303
Political Science 300 or 330
Psychology    100, 300, 403, 502 (see Education 530)
Sociology     200
Slavonic Studies 305 Monday, October 24, 1949 1552
Spanish       90, 101
Zoology      200
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage )  That the courses listed for the Summer
Session 1950 be approved, and that, for
purposes of the Calendar, the Dean of the
Faculty of Arts and Science and the Director
of the Summer Session be empowered to make
any necessary alterations, for approval in
due course.
Carried
From the Faculty of Law
Recommendation re Change in Admission Requirements
In reference to the academic requirements for
admission the Faculty of Law at its meeting on October llth,
1949, proposed the following to replace the statement on
page 427 of the University Calendar for 1949-50:
"Candidates must present evidence of having
(a) graduated from an approved University; or
(b) successfully completed the Arts requirements in
the combined B.A. - LL.B. course of this University
and obtained in the Third Year of Arts and Science
thereof an average of not less than 60%; or
(c) successfully completed the First and Second Years
in the course leading to the degree of B.A. in
the University of British Columbia and obtained
in the SecondYear thereof an average standing of
second class (65%) or higher;  or the equivalent
of (b) or (c) at an approved university."
In this connection the Faculty passed the following resolution:
"That the proposed regulations be approved and
recommended to Senate at its next meeting, on
the understanding that for the Session 1950-51,
discretionary power be exercized in appropriate
cases in connection with Paragraph (b)." Monday, October 24, 1949 1553
Dean Curtis)
Mr. Kennedy)  That the Calendar statement proposed be
approved, on the understanding that for
the Session 1950-51 discretionary power
be exercized in the case of students
taking the Third Year of Arts and Science,
during the Session 1949-50, in the combined
B.A. - LL.B. course at this University,
and in the case of students who previously
completed the second year of Arts and
Science but are not in attendance at the
University during the Session 1949-50.
Carried
From the Dean of Medicine
Recommendations of the  President's  Committee  on
the  Organization of  the  Faculty of Medicine with reference
to requirements   for admission to the  Faculty of Medicine
were distributed to  Senate,  for approval.
Dean Weaver)
Mr. Lord  )  That Senate approve the admission of a
first year medical class, registration
to take place on September 5-6, 1950,
and instruction to begin on September
7, 1950, subject to approval by the
Board of Governors.
It was noted that in order to comply with the requirements
of various licensing Boards it would be necessary to extend
the regular University session for the Faculty of Medicine.
Speaking to the motion, Dr. Dolman went on record
as opposed to beginning instruction in Medicine in September,
1950, on the ground that there had not been sufficient
assurance either of adequate hospital facilities or financial
support.  In reply to the question concerning hospital
facilities, Dean Weaver pointed out that in practically every
medical school several hospitals are used for clinical Monday, October 24, 1949  1554
teaching, and that in his opinion, while complete university
control of the four-year medical course is the desirable
goal, satisfactory clinical instruction could be given in
the existing hospitals, particularly the Vancouver General,
Shaughnessy, and St. Paul's, under agreements which might
be entered into.  The future of the Faculty of Medicine
would, of course, be greatly assisted by the building
programme projected for the hospitals.  He stated that he
proposed to prepare, in consultation with a committee of
appropriate people, a contract for submission to the
hospitals which the University might wish to use for
clinical teaching.  In conclusion Dean Weaver mentioned the
authorization given by the Board of Governors for the
conversion of frame buildings on the campus to house the
fundamental sciences of Anatomy and Physiology during the
first two years of the medical course.  Biochemistry,
Bacteriology and other basic courses could continue to be
given in present facilities.
After considerable further discussion from the
floor the motion before the meeting was carried.
In reply to questions as to the advisability of
requiring each candidate to take the Medical College
Admissions Test, Dean Weaver pointed out that the chief
purpose of this test is to provide a comparative measure of
the qualifications of the student body, and not to determine
who should be admitted.  In reply to question re the fees
proposed Dean Weaver stated that the schedule was drawn up Monday, October 24, 1949 1555
as an exact average of fees charged in other Canadian
medical schools.
Dean Weaver then commented on certain minor
amendments to the Information sheets circulated, whereby 9
units of Biology and Zoology would be required rather than
12; Medical College  Admissions Test would be required before
candidates could be "considered for admission" rather than
"accepted"; paragraphs No.'s 2 and 3 of Tuition and Fees
were re-written; and finally, the words "of the year" in
line 2 of Procedure in Applying for Admission were deleted.
Dean Weaver)
Mr. Lord   )  That the Information for Applicants  to
the Faculty of Medicine, as amended, be
adopted.
Carried
Reports of Committees
On Prizes. Scholarships and Bursaries
Dean Gage, Chairman of the Joint Faculty Committee
on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries, presented a report
showing the disposition, as at October 3rd, 1949, of various
funds for student assistance: Dominion-Provincial Student
Aid, Special Bursaries, University Named Bursaries, and the
University Sessional Loan Fund.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Lord )  That this report be accepted.
Carried
In this   connection,
Mr. Lord )
Dr. Brink)  That a vote of thanks be rendered Dean
Gage and his Committee for their invaluable work in building up funds for student
aid. Carried Monday, October 24, 1949 1556
For the information of Senate, Dean Gage presented
List No. 2, dated June 1st, 1949, being Spring Awards of
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries, not previously confirmed
by Senate, and List No. 3, dated October llth, 1949, being
Fall Awards of Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries.
Dean Gage )
Dr. Grauer)  That the awards in List No. 2 be confirmed
and those in List No. 3 approved.
Carried
Dean Gage recommended the following postponements
of scholarships:
Peter Niblock  (B.C. Telephone Company Scholarship,
$500.00)
- postponement requested for one year.
James Easton Smith (B.C. Electric Railway Company
Graduate Scholarship;
- postponement requested for one year.
Peter Claxton (Special Scholarship, $200.00)
- postponement requested for one year
pending decision to enter University.
Dean Gage )
Mr. Fulton)  That the postponements recommended
be approved.
Carried
Dean Gage recommended that the award of the Laura
Holland Scholarship to Miss Dorothy Farley, who was granted
a postponement last year for one year and who has not
registered for the Session 1949-50, be cancelled.
Dean Gage)
Dr.   Ranta)     That this  recommendation be  approved.
Carried
• * Monday, October 24, 1949 1557
Dean Gage recommended the acceptance of the
following new awards:
THE TAYLOR GEM SCHOLARSHIP
Through the generosity of Mr. J.M. Taylor, a
scholarship of $750.00, with an additional amount
of $250.00 for equipment and supplies, was made
available in the Session 1949-50 for a graduate
student to undertake research in the Department
of Mining and Metallurgy.  The object of the
research was to study some of the fundamental
aqueous oxidation methods, with special reference
to the Taylor Gem ore.  The award was made in
October, 1949, on the recommendation of the Head
of the Department.
Dean Gage    )
Dean Finlayson)  That this scholarship be accepted
and a letter of thanks sent to
the donor.
Carried
THE DELTA GAMMA CHAPTER OF
DELTA PHI EPSILON SORORITY BURSARY
A bursary of $50.00, the gift of the Delta
Gamma Chapter of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, is
available annually for a woman undergraduate in
any year and faculty.  The award will be made to
a student on the basis of scholastic standing and
need of financial assistance.  Applications, on
forms available at the Registrar's Office, must
be received by the Registrar not later than
August 15th.
Dean Gage  )
Mr. Kennedy)  That this bursary be accepted and a
letter of thanks sent to the donors.
Carried
The British Columbia Teachers Federation
Special Scholarship of $100.00, for award to
Thomas Noel Curteis, Summer Session, 1949, a
student with very high standing.
Dean Gage   )
Dr. Foerster)  That this scholarship be accepted
and a letter of thanks sent to the
donor.
Carried *
4
*
Monday, October 24, 1949 1553
The Bastion Chapter of the I.O.D.E. bursary of
$200.00, to be awarded for the Session 1949-50 for
a veteran student from Nanaimo.  It was noted that
this award was originally given last year for one
year only.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Muir ) That the renewal of this bursary be
accepted and a letter of thanks sent
to the donors.
Carried
Dean Gage reported a contribution of $1,500.00 had
been made by Mrs. Mary C. Lipsett to provide for The Mary C.
Lipsett Bursary for a period of five years.
* Dean Gage)
Mr. Lord )  That a letter of thanks and appreciation
x be sent to Mrs. Lipsett.
Carried
► Dean Gage reported that the Summer Session, 1949,
W      Students' Association Scholarship of $75*00, awarded to the
student completing Second Year with highest standing, Miss
Elizabeth MacFarlane, had been relinquished by Miss Mac-
* Farlane and awarded to the next ranking student.
Dean Gage)
Dr.   Ranta)     That  a letter of appreciation be  sent
* to Miss MacFarlane.
Carried
* Dean Gage reported on the Self-Help Programme,
1949-50, at the University.  It was noted that the total
* number of students employed on the campus through this
programme was 121 (27 women and 94 men).  It was agreed
that a letter of thanks be sent to Major J.F. McLean,
Director of Personnel Services, for his efforts in this
connection. Monday,  October 24,   1949    1559
Dean  Gage   reported that the   sum of  $100,000.00
had been received to establish the  Paul E.  Murphy Loan Fund,
but that   the  terms of award were not  established as yet
pending a decision with  reference  to the   inclusion of an
Insurance  Clause.
On Library
The Twentieth Report of the Library Committee to
the Senate covering the Period September, 1948 - August, 1949,
was circulated.
Dr. Ranta)
Dr. Brink)  That the Library Report be received.
Carried
Report on Registration, Session 1949-50
The Registrar presented a  summary  of registration
by Faculty and Courses as at October 22nd,  1949.     A total of
7,540  students was  noted,   as  compared with  8,580 on  October
19th,   1948.     177  registrations  for Correspondence  Courses
and  220 for  Extra-Sessional  Courses were also   noted.
Annual  Report,  Department of University Extension
The Annual  Report of the  Department  of University
Extension for the  period August 31st,  1948 to September 1st,
1949,  was circulated.
Mr. Lord  )
Brig. Lett)  ihat this report be received.
Carried
Victoria College Council
Dr. Ewing reported briefly on recent events at Monday, October 24, 1949 1560
Victoria College.
Correspondence
A letter dated October 8th, 1949, was read from
Mr. Alfred Rive expressing his regret at being unable to
attend the Fall Congregation on October 26th and to receive
the honorary degree offered him by Senate.  In this
connection Senate agreed that the question of conferring an
honorary degree upon Mr. Rive in absentia be referred to
the Committee on Honorary Degrees, in consultation with
Mr. Rive.
Other Business
The Chairman made certain suggestions in regard
to the Spring Congregation, 1950, and the opening of the
new Applied Science Building and the retirement of the
Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science at that time.  With
that in mind he suggested honoring representatives of the
fields of engineering and inviting Rt. Hon. C.D. Howe to
give the Congregation Address.
Mr. Fulton)
Mr. Biely )  That the suggestions be approved in
principle and that this matter be
referred to the President in consultation
with the Committees on Ceremonies and
Honorary Degrees, for further report
to Senate.
Carried
Dean Finlayson, Chairman of the Senate Committee
on a Faculty of Medicine, reported that the terms of
reference of that Committee had been completed. Monday, October 24, 1949 1561
Dean Finlayson)
Mr. Lord     )  That the Committee on a Faculty of
Medicine be discharged.
Carried
Dr. Warren called for a discussion by Senate of
the question of subsidized athletics on the campus.
Mr. Fulton)
Mr. Read  )  That Senate go on record as being
opposed to subsidized players on
University of British Columbia teams.
Carried
Dean Gage)
Dr. Brink)  That a letter of thanks be sent to the
Deputy Minister and Superintendent of
Education for his work in connection
with the Dominion-Provincial Bursary
awards.
Carried
Mr. Lord  )
Dr. Grauer)  That the meeting adjourn.
Carried
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