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 Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   I853.
The fifth regular meeting of the Senate of the
University of British Columbia for the Session 1951-52 was
held on Wednesday, August 27th, 1952, at 8:00 p.m., in the
Board and Senate Room, Administration Building.
Present: President N. A. M. MacKenzie (in the Chair),
Miss Marjorie Agnew, Dr. John Allardyce, Dean H. F. Angus,
Mr. Jacob Biely, Mr. F. C. Boyes, Dean S. N. F. Chant, Mr. K.
P. Caple, Dean G. F. Curtis, Dr. Roy Daniells, Dean Blythe
Eagles, Miss Mary M. Fallis, Dr. Sydney M. Friedman, Dean
W. H. Gage, Dr. W. C. Gibson, Dr. W. H. Hickman, Dr. R. B.
Kerr, Mr. F. M. Knapp, Mr. H. N. MacCorkindale, Mr. W. R.
McDougall, Dean H. J. MacLeod, Dean M. Dorothy Mawdsley,
Mr. Finlay A. Morrison, Mr. J. Fred Muir, Mr. W. 0. Richmond,
Dr. G. M. Volkoff, Dr. H. V. Warren, Dean M. M. Weaver and
Dr. C. H. Wright.
Messages of regret for their inability to be
present were received i'rom Chancellor Sherwood Lett,
Mrs. F. M. Ross, Dr. R. E. Foerster, Mr. H. 0. English,
Major H. C. Holmes, Mr. Gilbert Kennedy, Dr. W. N. Sage,
Miss F. Mulloy, Dr. V. C. Brink, Dr. A. E. Grauer and The
Hon. Mr. Justice J. V. Clyne.
Before taking up the agenda, the President referred
to the death of Dr. Henry Ashton, a former member of Senate
and very distinguished member of the teaching staff of The
University of British Columbia. It was agreed that the Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1854.
Committee on Memorial Minutes be asked to prepare a suitable
memorial to Dr. Ashton, to be spread upon the minutes of
Senate and a copy to be sent to Mrs. Ashton.
Memorial to the late Dr. J. M. Ewing
The following memorial, which was prepared by the
Committee on Memorial Minutes, was read by the Secretary.
It was agreed that copies should be sent to Mrs. Ewing and
to the Principal of Victoria College, for the records of
that Institution.
The Senate records its deep sense of loss in the
sudden and untimely death of John Morton Ewing,
Principal of Victoria College since 1944-. His long
connection with education began when he was trained as
a teacher in this province. Born in Nazareth, Palestine,
where his father was a missionary, he had spent his
student days in Edinburgh and come to Canada at the age
of twenty-one. After teaching in the schools of North
Vancouver for several years, he joined the staff of
the Normal School and, in the fifteen years of his
service there, acquired a wide reputation as a public
speaker.  He wrote, with marked critical insight, on
educational and psychological subjects; under the
pseudonym "Paedagogos" he contributed for many years
a monthly essay to The B. C. Teacher. He was perhaps
best known to the public by his radio addresses and
his participation in panel discussions on the national
network. He held degrees from Queen's University and
the University of Toronto. His devotion to the welfare
of Victoria College and to the problems of individual
Students was unremitting. His energy and disinterestedness
made a place for him on many or Victoria's cultural and
artistic organizations. He lived to see the institution
he served emerge i'rom the difficulties of the war years
with an enhanced reputation in the community. No
recitation of his qualities and achievements can convey
what those who knew him best will always remember: his
transparent honesty, his unflagging zeal, his personal
modesty and charm. His influence was greater than he
ever knew; his example and memory will be a continuing
presence to those with and for whom he laboured. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1855.
Minutes of the Previous Meeting
Mr. Knapp   )
Dr. Allardyce) That the minutes of the Fourth Regular
Meeting of Senate for the Session
1951-52, having been circulated, be
adopted as read.
Carried.
Confirmation of appointment of representative
of Victoria College on Senate
A letter dated May 14th was read from the Secretary,
Victoria College, advising that Dr. W. H. Hickman had been
appointed representative on Senate to fill the unexpired term
of office of the late Dr. Ewing, until 1954.
Notice of appointment of Acting-Principal,
Provincial Normal School, Vancouver
A letter dated August 12th was read from the Deputy
Minister and Superintendent of Education, advising that
Mr. F. C. Boyes had been appointed Acting Principal of the
Vancouver Normal School. Dr. MacKenzie extended a welcome
to Mr. Boyes on behalf of the Senate.
Appointment of Standing Committees and Representatives
on University Committees for the Session 1952-55.
The Secretary read the names of those recommended
by the Chair for membership in the following Committees and
representatives on Senate on other Committees:
PRESS COMMITTEE
Mr. Kenneth P. Caple (Chairman)
Dr. A. E. Grauer
Dr. C. A. H. Wright
Dr. H. V. Warren
Mr. F. J. Burd
Miss Marjorie Agnew Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1856,
Honorary Degrees
Dean H. F. Angus (Chairman)
Dean G. F. Curtis
Dean M. D. Mawdsley (Secretary)
Dean S. N. F. Chant
Dean H. J. MacLeod
Dean Blythe Eagles
Dean A. W. Matthews
Dean M.M. Weaver
Dean Lowell Besley
Dean W. H. Gage
Mr. K. P. Caple
Dr. A. E. Grauer
Mrs. F. M. Ross
Military Education
Chancellor-Emeritus E. W. Hamber
Dean S. N. F. Chant
Dean H. J. MacLeod
Mr. C. B. Wood
Officer Commanding, U.B.C. Contingent, C.O.T.C.
Cmdr. F. J. E. Turner, O.C., U.N.T.D.
S/L R. G. Herbert, O.C., R.C.A.F. (Auxiliary)
University Flight
Mr. R. Basi, President, Alma Mater Society
Memorial Minutes
Dr. Roy Daniells (Chairman)
Dr. T. M. C. Taylor
Professors Emeriti
Dr. W. N. Sage (Chairman)
Mr. J. Biely
Dr. M. M. Maclntyre
It was noted that the Chancellor, the President, the Registrar
and Professor G. C. Andrew were recommended as ex-officio
members of all Committees named.
Representative on Council of the School
of Physical Education
Dr. H. V. Warren
Representative on University Committee
on Public Relations
Mr. K. P. Caple Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1857.
Mr. McDougall)
Dean Gage   )  That the recommendations of the Chair
with regard to the above noted Committees
of Senate and representatives of Senate
on other bodies be approved.
Carried.
Annual Financial Report, for year
ending March 31st, 1952
A copy of the Annual Financial Report for the
year ended March 31st, 1952, which was approved by the
Board of Governors on July 2nd, 1952, was received for information, to be available to members of Senate in the office of
the Secretary.
From the Board of Governors
Committee on Institute of Fisheries
Advisory Committee to Institute of Fisheries
A letter dated June 3rd was read from the President,
reporting that the Board of Governors on May 26th had asked
that it be suggested to Senate that the Board be represented
on the proposed Senate Committee on an Institute of Fisheries
by a representative to be appointed by the President.
Further in this connection, and in accordance with
the resolution passed by the Senate on May 13th, 1952, a letter
from the President dated July 4th was read, reporting that
he had appointed the following Committee on Fisheries, to
make recommendations in regard to the organization of an
Institute of Fisheries, and the following Advisory Committee
to the Institute of Fisheries. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.
I858,
Committee on Fisheries
President N. A. M. MacKenzie
Dean H. F. Angus, Graduate Studies and Economics
Dean G. F. Curtis, Law
Dr. W. S. Hoar, Zoology
Dr. W. M. Cameron, Institute of Oceanography
Dr. A. H. Hutchinson, Botany
Dr. G. M. Shrum, Physics
Prof. E. D. MacPhee, Commerce
Dr. M. Darrach or Dr. S. H. Zbarsky, Biochemistry
Mr. E. S. Pretious, Civil Engineering
Mr. J. M. Buchanan,.representative of Board of
Governors
Dr. W. A. Clemens, Zoology, (Chairman)
Advisory Committee to the Institute of Fisheries
The Fisheries Research Board -
The International Sockeye
Salmon Commission
The International Fisheries
Commission (Halibut)
The Provincial Fisheries
Department
The Dominion Department of
Fisheries
The Provincial Game
Department
The Fisheries Council of
British Columbia
The B. C. Packers
Dr. J.L.Hart, Director,
Pacific Biolgical
Station
Dr. N.M. Carter,
Director, Fisheries
Experimental Station
- Mr. Loyd Royal
- Mr. H. A. Dunlop
-Mr. G. J. Alexander,
Deputy Minister of
Fisheries
Dr. D. B. Quayle,
Director, Provincial
Shellfish Laboratory
- Mr. A. J. Whitmore,
Chief Supervisor of
Fisheries
Mr. W.R. Hourston, in
charge of B.C. Division
of Fish Culture and
Development
Mr. F. R. Butler and
Mr. J. G. Cunningham,
Commissioners
Mr. J. M. Buchanan,
President
Dr. C. R. Elsey Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1859.
The Canadian Fishing Co.  - Mr. S. M. Rosenberg
and/or a representative
from the Company's
research laboratory
The B. C. Research
Council      - Dr. P. C. Trussell,
Head, Division of
Biology
The University of British
Columbia - President N. A. M.
MacKenzie, and the
Chairman of the
Committee on Fisheries
and the staff of the
Institute.
Dean Weaver)
Dr. Gibson ) That the two Committees as named
be approved.
Carried.
Committee on Re-organization of
Teacher Training
A letter dated June 3rd was received from the
President advising that the Board of Governors on May 26th
had approved the setting up of a Committee, as recommended
by Senate on May l>th, to study the proposal announced
by the Minister of Education at the Teachers' Convention
in Vancouver in April, 1952, that teacher training in the
Province be re-organized and placed under the responsibility
of the University of British Columbia.
Further in this connection it was recommended that
the following should constitute such a Committee, with powers
to add to their membership:
Dean S. N. F. Chant (Chairman)
Dean M. D. Mawdsley
Dean H. F. Angus
Dean W. H. Gage
His Honour Judge A. E. Lord
Mr. J. B. Clearihue
Mr. K. P. Caple
Mr. W. R. McDougall
Mr. F. C. Boyes Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.  i860,
Mr. H. 0. English
Mr. H. N. MacCorkindale
Mr. C. B. Wood
Representative of B. C. Teachers Federation
on Senate
Dr. T. M. C. Taylor
Mr. H. T. Logan
Mr. J. F. McLean
Dr. J. R. Mcintosh
Mr. E. D. MacPhee
The Chancellor)
The President )  ex-officio
Dean Chant )
Dean Eagles) That the membership of the Committee
on Re-organization of Teacher Training,
as presented, be approved.
Carried.
Diploma Course in Community Recreation
It was reported that the Board of Governors on
May 2bth gave approval in principle to a one-year Diploma
Course in Community Recreation, under the conditions
described to Senate on May 13th.  Approval was given on
the understanding that no expenditure of University money
would be incurred.
New Courses
It was reported by letter dated June 3rd, that the
Board of Governors on May 26th had approved the following
new courses, as approved by Senate on May 13th:
Fine Arts 100, Introduction to Art
Fine Arts 200, History of Art
Fine Arts 210, Visual Design, Theory and Practice
Philosophy 300, Thomas Aquinas
English 4xx, The Bible as Literature
The Board noted that these courses would be offered by
present members of the staff and that the last course listed
would not be given until 1953. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1861.
New Awards
It was reported by letter dated June 3rd that the
Board of Governors on May 26th had approved the acceptance of
the following new award, subject to approval by Senate:
The Victoria Naval Officers' Association
Scholarship
It was reported by letter dated July 3rd that the
Board of Governors on July 2nd had approved the acceptance,
subject to approval by Senate, of the following new awards:
The British Columbia Tuberculosis Society
Christmas Seal Bursary Fund
Frenoh~~Government Book Prize (for award
this year only)
Women's Christian Temperance Union, a
second prize of $25*00 in addition to the
established Frances Willard Prize of $50.00
The Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Limited Prize
It was reported by letter dated August 1st that
the Board of Governors on July 2dth had approved the acceptance of the following new award, subject to approval by
Senate:  Better Business Bureau Prizes
It was reported by letter dated August 27th that
the Board of Governors on August 25th had approved the
acceptance of the following new award, subject to approval
by Senate: The Canadian Construction Association Prize
Report on Registration, Summer Session 1952
and Summary of Examination Results
A report showing registration in the Summer
Sessions 1946 to 1952, inclusive, was received from the
Registrar for information. A total of 974 in 1952,
compared to 9#9 in 1951, was noted. Also received was
a report on registration by courses during the Summer
Session 1952 and a summary of examination results. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.  1862,
Report on Extra-Curricular
Summer Session Courses, 1952
A report on courses offered through the Department
of University Extension was received, and a total registration of 232 was noted, as compared with 199 in 1951.
It was agreed that these reports be taken for
information.
From the Faculties
Candidates for Degrees, Faculty of Arts and Science
A list of candidates who had completed the
requirements for degrees in the Faculty of Arts and Science
at the Summer Session was received.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage ) That the degrees of Bachelor of Arts,
Honours, Bachelor of Arts, General
Course, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor
of Home Economics, Bachelor of Physical
Education, and Bachelor of Education be
conferred on the candidates listed for
the degrees for which they have qualified.
Carried.
Summary of Sessional Examination Results
A summary of examination results in all faculties
for the Session 1951-52 was received for information.
Recommendation That Certain Students
Be Required To Withdraw
A list dated August 26th of students who had
failed in two successive sessions in the work of the same
year, was received. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1863.
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage ) That the students listed, in the Faculties
of Arts and Science, Applied Science, Law
and Medicine, be required to withdraw, and
that authority be given to the Deans of
these Faculties to make any necessary
amendments to their respective lists as
submitted.
Carried.
Extra-Sessional Classes, 1952-53
It was reported that the Faculty of Arts and
Science on August 26th had approved a recommendation that
the following courses be offered in the Session 1952-53
as Extra-Sessional Classes:
History 426 - Canada After 1867    3 units
French 202 - Second Year University
French "  "
Slavonic Studies 306 - Slavonic
Literature in Translation
English 431 - Victoria Poetry
Education 522 - The Secondary
School
Education 560 - Teaching in the
Secondary School
It was noted that none of these courses would be given
without sufficient enrollment to meet the cost.
Dean Gage )
Dean Chant)  That the courses listed be approved.
Carried.
New Courses
It was reported that the Faculty of Arts and
Science on August 26th had approved a recommendation of the
School of Education that the following new course be offered
in the Session 1952-53:
II
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final arrange-
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School of
Education) Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1864,
Education
575 (3) - Educational Classics and their Authors - Studies
in the Educational writings of such great Educational theorists as: Plato, Aristotle, Q,uintilian,
Castiglione, Luther, Erasmus, Ignatius of Loyola,
Elyot, Bacon, Comenius, Milton, Locke, Rosseau,
Pestalozzi, Herbert, Froebel, Spencer, Dewey.
Prerequisite: Education 500, or 520, or 521 or equivalent.
It was reported also that the Faculty of Law on
August 21st passed a recommendation that the following new
course be offered in the Session 1952-53:
Legislation #
314. References:  To be assigned
#    A student may take Legislation in both terms or in the
alternative either Municipal Law or Shipping in the first
term -together with Taxation in the second term.
Dean Chant )
Dean Curtis) That the two new courses recommended
be approved.
Carried.
Religious Knowledge Options for
Y.M.C.A. Secretaries
It was reported that the Faculty of Arts and
Science on August 26th had considered a request from
Mr. F. G. Hubbard, General Secretary of the Y.M.C.A.,
Vancouver, that students who declare their intention to
qualify as Y.M.C.A. secretaries be permitted to take, during
the entire B.A. course, one Religious Knowledge Option at
one of the Affiliated Theological Colleges.  In this connection, the Faculty of Arts and Science passed the following
resolution: Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   I865
"That Faculty recommend to Senate that this request
be granted in accordance with the regulation now
existing for theological students, on the understanding that each student be limited to one such
course."
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage )  That this recommendation be approved.
Carried.
Reports of Committees
Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries
Awards and Postponements
A letter dated August 12th was received from the
Chairman, Dean W. H. Gage, recommending that certain changes
be made in Awards Lists No.'s 1 and 2, published on May 13th
and May 27th, 1952, respectively.
Copies of Lists No.'s 2, 3 (June 3rd) and 4
(August 20th) were circulated.
Dean Gage)
Mr. Knapp)  That awards as set forth in Lists No.'s 2,
3 and 4 be formally approved, subject to
necessary corrections.
Carried.
It was recommended that the award of the University
Scholarship made to Miss Gloria E. Mulla be postponed for a
period of one year, to permit her to complete her apprenticeship in Pharmacy.
Dean Gage   )
Mr. McDougall)  That this postponement be approved.
Carried.
Additional University Entrance Scholarship
It was recommended that the sum of $175.00 be
provided from the Special Bursaries Fund as a contribution
towards an additional University Entrance Scholarship of r
l
Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1866.
$400.00, the balance of $225.00 to be provided by the Uhris
Spencer Foundation. It was noted that this recommendation
was put forward to provide for a tie in the award to the
University Entrance student with second highest standing in
the province, and that the two students in question had each
obtained an average of 94.8%.
Dean Gage )
Dr. Gibson) That this recommendation be approved.
uarried.
New Awards
Dean Gage presented the recommendations of his
Committee that the following new awards be accepted under
the terms of award as set out:
THE VICTORIA NAVAL OFFICERS' ASSOCIATION
SCHOLARSHIP
The Naval Officers' Association of Victoria, B. C,
offers a scholarship of §300.00 to a student entering
the first year of University at the University of
British Columbia or at Victoria College. The scholarship is open to the sons of ex-Royal Canadian Naval
Personnel, or ex-Royal Naval Personnel, whose ordinary
private domicile, home or residence is in the Province
of British Columbia. The recipient of the award will
be selected by the Joint Faculty Committee on Prizes,
Scholarships and Bursaries of the University of British
Columbia and the selection will be based on scholarship,
character, leadership and financial need.
Applications on forms obtainable from the Office of
the Dean of Administrative and Inter-Faculty Affairs,
University of British Columbia, Vancouver 8, must be
filed at that office by June 15th.
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA TUBERCULOSIS SOCIETY
CHRISTMAS SEAL BURSARY FUND
Through a grant from the Tuberculosis Society of British
Columbia, a fund has been established to assist selected
nurses to enter a programme of study in the School of
Nursing at the University of British Columbia.  Students Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.    1867.
selected to receive assistance will be required to
undertake a programme emphasizing tuberculosis
problems, and on completion of their training, to work
with the Department of Tuberculosis Control.  Grants,
which may be in the form of bursaries or loans,
will be made on the recommendation of the Joint Faculty
Committee on Prizes, Scholarships and Bursaries in
consultation with the School of Nursing. Application
should be made to the Director of the School of
Nursing.
French Government Book Prize (for award this
year only)
A Prize to be given this year only by the French
Government through its Consul in Vancouver.
Women's Christian Temperance Union
A second prize of $25.00 in addition to the established
Frances Willard Prize of $50.00.
THE SANDOZ PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED PRIZE
This prize, the gift of Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Limited,
Montreal, and consisting of an otoscope-opthalmoscope
combination or a Manometer, will be awarded annually
in the Faculty of Medicine to the student obtaining
the highest standing in pharmacology.
THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU PRIZES
Two prizes of $50.00 each are offered annually in the
School of Commerce for the best essays submitted by
Third Year students on assigned topics related to
ethics in business. If, in any year, no essay reaches
the desired standard, the awards may be withheld. The
list of essay topics may be obtained from the office
of the Director of the School.  The winning essays
will be made available to the Bureau.
THE CANADIAN CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION PRIZE
This prize of $50.00 was awarded by the Canadian
Construction Association, Ottawa, Ontario, in the
Session 1951-52 to the senior engineering student
at the University of British Columbia presenting the
best thesis on a construction subject.
Dean Gage  )
Dr. Daniells)  That the awards listed be accepted and
that letters of thanks be sent to the
donors.
Carried. ^
i
Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.    1868,
It was reported for information that the terms of
the Gault Brothers Limited Graduate Scholarship in Commerce
had been amended so that, in future, the scholarship will
be open only to graduates of the University of British
Columbia who plan to study at an approved institution. The
scholarship previously was open to graduates of any
Canadian university.
It was also reported for information that the
Imperial Oil Graduate Research Fellowship of $1,250.00
had been awarded to Mr. John A. R. Coope, a graduate student
in Chemistry at the University of British Columbia.
Honorary Degrees
Dean Angus, Chairman, presented the recommendations
of the Committee on Honorary Degrees, that at the Special
Congregation to be held on the evening of September fourth,
in connection with the meeting of the Canadian Bar Association, the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, be
conferred on Mr. Georges Chresteil, Batonnier of the Bar of
Paris, Mr. Howard L. Barkdull, President of the American
Bar, and Mr. Reginald H. Tupper, in addition to those
names which were approved by Senate on May 13th and Sir
John Morris, Lord Justice of England, representative of the
United Kingdom. Dr. MacKenzie reported that he had polled
the local members of Senate by telephone, and had received
approval for the recommendation.
Dean Angus )
Dean Curtis)  That these recommendations be approved.
Carried. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1869.
Dean Angus presented a further recommendation of
the Committee that, at the regular autumn Congregation in
October, the honorary degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa,
should be conferred on Professor Denis Brogan, a distinguished
scholar in the field of Political Science from Cambridge
University; and that authority be given to the Committee to
offer the same degree to not more than two Canadian scholars
in history or allied fields, active in university work in
Canada.
Dean Angus)
Dr. Gibson) That these recommendations be approved.
Carried.
Dr. Gibson asked that consideration be given to the
possibility of the University honouring someone in connection
with the Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of Victoria
College.  In reply to a question, Dr. Hickman stated that
plans were being made to celebrate this event during the
week of October 14th. The President was authorized to refer
this suggestion to a small committee consisting of Dr. Gibson,
Dr. Hickman and Dean Angus for further consideration, and
Dr. Daniells)
Dr. Warren )  That the Committee on Honorary Degrees
be given authority to consider a recommendation from the small committee
named, and that Senate be polled, if
and when a recommendation is forthcoming.
Carried.
Further in this connection,
Mr. Caple )
Dr. Warren) That suitable greetings be sent to Victoria
College on behalf of The University of
British Columbia.
Carried. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.    1870.
Further with regard to honorary degrees, the
President reported that he and the Chairman of the Committee
on Honorary Degrees had received a number of letters suggesting
that a well-known individual in British Columbia, a member
of the Legislative Assembly, be given an honorary degree.
Dr. MacKenzie stated that the Committee, acting on what they
believed to be standing policy of Senate, did not normally
recommend members of the Provincial Government for honorary
degrees, and had some reservations about recommending
members of the Legislative Assembly or others engaged in
active political life.
Dean Angus)
Dr. barren) That honorary degrees should not
ordinarily be given to members of the
Legislative Assembly in Victoria.
Carried.
Colour of Hoods for New Degrees
It was recommended that a light blue (colour-chart
number to be provided) be approved for the Master of Science
hood.
Dr. Daniells)
Dean Eagles )  That this recommendation be approved.
Carried.
Autumn and Special Congregations
The President reported on arrangements for the
Special Congregation to be held at nine p.m. on September
fourth, in connection with the meetings of the Canadian
Bar Association, when the Rt. Hon. Louis S. St. Laurent,
Prime Minister of Canada, would give a short address at Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1871,
the official opening of the Law Building, and Lord Justice
Sir John W. Morris would give the Congregation Address.
In this connection, letters of appreciation with
reference to the invitation extended them by Senate to
accept the degree of Doctor of Laws, honoris causa, were
received from the Chief Justice of British Columbia,
Gordon McG. Sloan; the Chief Justice of the supreme Court
of British Columbia, Wendell B. Farris; the President of the
Canadian Bar Association, General J. A. Clark; and Lord
Justice Morris.
Dr. MacKenzie also outlined plans for a special
congregation to be held on October ninth, in connection
with the formal opening of the B. C. Cancer Research
Institute, in the City.  Letters of appreciation for the
invitation extended by Senate to accept an honorary degree
on this occasion were received from Sir Stanford Cade and
Professor B. W. Windeyer.
The President also spoke with reference to the
Autumn Congregation, to be held on October 30th, when
Professor Denis Brogan would give the Address, and stated
that consideration was being given to the possibility of
holding next Spring's Congregation on one day.
Appointment of Examiners under
B. C. Institute of Agrologists Act
Dean Eagles, on behalf of the Board of Examiners
of the B. C. Institute of Agrologists, recommended that
Professor Walton J. Anderson be approved as Special Examiner Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1872.
for the first examination under the Agrologists Act, a
qualifying examination in Agricultural Economics for
Mr. J. S. Gilmore.
Dean Eagles)
Mr. Biely ) That this recommendation be approved.
Carried.
Victoria College Council
Dr. Hickman reported that since the last meeting
of Senate the College had occupied the new Ewing Building,
which will be opened officially in October, when a portrait
of Dr. Ewing will be unveiled.
He also expressed the pleasure of the Council in
noting the success of former students of Victoria College
in the Spring examinations of the University.
Progress was reported on plans for the celebration
of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the founding of the College.
Dr. Hickman stated that in this connection it was hoped to
establish a Fiftieth Anniversary Library Fund honouring
ten former professors of the College.
Correspondence
A letter dated July 16th was read from Major George
Turpin, who served as Honorary Chaplain at Little Mountain
Camp, with regard to the closing of that Camp and the role
it played in the rehabilitation of veteran students.
Dr. MacKenzie reported that he had sent copies of this
letter to the Prime Minister, the Minister of Veterans
Affairs and officials of Central Mortgage and Housing Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.    1873.
Corporation and the Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
A letter of appreciation for the honour conferred
upon him at the Spring Congregation was read from Dr. Roderick
L. Haig-Brown.
A letter dated June 24th was read from Mr. D. W.
Gullett, Secretary, Canadian Dental Association, recording
a resolution passed at the annual meeting of the Association
in Vancouver, recommending the establishment of a Dental
Faculty at the University of British Columbia at the earliest
possible date.  It was agreed that this letter be received
and appropriately acknowledged expressing interest and
sympathy, but without any commitment as to early action.
A letter dated May 19th was read from Mr. D. A.
Silvestrini expressing appreciation of arrangements made
for an examination centre at Powell River.
Other Business
Report of Committee on Dental Education (Circulated)
In accordance with the resolution of Senate on
May 13th, a report of the Committee on Dental Education,
dated May 9th, was returned to the agenda for question and
comment.  There being no discussion the Report was ordered
filed.
Annual Report, Department of University Extension
September 1, 1950 - August 31, 1951 (Circulated)
This Report, which was circulated prior to the
meeting of Senate, was ordered filed.  Dr. MacKenzie, in
reply to a question, spoke with regard to the position of
Director of the Department of University Extension, and Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1874,
stated that in view of the agreement with the B. C. Research
Council when Dr. Shrum assumed the Directorship of that
Council, it would be necessary to find a new Director of the
Department of University Extension, sometime during the next
few months or year.
The President, on behalf of Dean Besley, introduced
a discussion on a recommendation that the funds provided by
Dr. H. R. MacMillan for work in Silviculture, in the Faculty
of Forestry, be set up as "The H. R. MacMillan Professorship
in Silviculture." It was noted that Dr. MacMillan had
provided the funds for an appointment In this field for
the past six years.  After considerable discussion, it was
agreed that this matter be tabled for the time being and
that Dean Besley be asked to bring it formally before Senate
at the next meeting.
Dr. MacKenzie reported that he had interviewed
the Premier and the Minister of Education in Victoria on
August 26th and had discussed with them the proposal of
the former government that all teacher training in the
Province should be under the University; the need to
provide adequate clinical facilities for the two upper
years in Medicine; the need for an increasing annual grant
to the University; and the long-term building programme
of the University. Wednesday, August 27th, 1952.   1875
Dean Chant)
Dean Gage ) That the meeting adjourn.
Carried.
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