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Kdawg102 at Aug 07, 2021 02:42 AM

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1905 Oct 12th 1905
A Faculty Meeting was held at 2.50 p.m. in the Provost's
lecture room, present Dr James, Professors Burgess, Tamblyn
& Wallen.

The minutes were read & confirmed

The case of Powell who failed in 3rd year English &
4th year English supplement[illegible]
Moved by Dr Tamblyn
Seconded by Prof. Burgess
That the Faculty sees no reason for departing from
the rules of the University in the case of Mr Powell,
i.e. When a student fails in a supplemental he takes the
subject over again at the spring examination.
In this case as the 3rd & 4th years are reading the 3rd
year subjects, as special [inserted] additional paper will be set in
March for the 4th year in either 18th or 19th century
literature.
Carried
We recommend Mr Powell, to attent the lectures in Gk. Prose
arranged for the 2nd 3rd & 4th years with Hillard & North's
text book the examination in this will be required in any
case.
Carried
The meeting then adjourned.

N.C. James

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1905 Oct 12th 1905
A Faculty Meeting was held at 2.50 p.m. in the Provost's
lecture room, present Dr James, Professors Burgess, Tamblyn
& Wallen.

The minutes were read & confirmed

The case of Powell who failed in 3rd year English &
4th year English supplement[illegible]
Moved by Dr Tamblyn
Seconded by Prof. Burgess
That the Faculty sees no reason for departing from
the rules of the University in the case of Mr Powell,
i.e. When a student fails in a supplemental he takes the
subject over again at the spring examination.
In this case as the 3rd & 4th years are reading the 3rd
year subjects, as special [inserted] additional paper will be set in
March for the 4th year in either 18th or 19th century
literature.
Carried
We recommend Mr Powell, to attent the lectures in Gk. Prose
arranged for the 2nd 3rd & 4th years with Hillard & North's
text book the examination in this will be required in any
case.
Carried
The meeting then adjourned.

N.C. James