X.-ENGLISH VERSE. A Medal of the value of £10 is given by the University for the best composition in English Verse. The competition for this Medal is open to all Undergraduates and Bachelors of Arts of not more than two years' standing. 1901-Austin, A. H. 1902-Austin, A. H. 1903-Green, H. M., B.A. 1904-Green, H. M., B.A. XI.-UNIVERSITY PRIZE FOR PHYSIOGRAPHY. A University Prize of the value of £5 is awarded to the student of the First Year who passes the best Class Examination in Physiography, if of sufficient merit. Prizes of £20 and £10 were appropriated annually by the Senate until the year 1894 for the greatest proficients amongst the male candidates at the Senior and Junior Public Examinations. A Prize of £5 is now offered for competition amongst the greatest proficients in the Junior Examination, the Prize for Seniors being withdrawn. The limit of age for Juniors is seventeen years. *PRIVATE ANNUAL PRIZES. PATHOLOGY.-Prizes, given by Dr. W. Camac Wilkinson, for proficiency in Pathology. MATERIA MEDICA AND THERAPEUTICS.-Prizes given by 1899-Page, E. C. G. | 1900-Dansey, St. J. W. ENGLISH.-Prizes of £2 10s. each, given by Professor MacCallum for English Essays in the First and Second Years, and of £10 for proficiency in English in the Third Year. This last was superseded in 1906 by the James Coutts Scholarship. From 1906 the Second Year Prize is given for English. The names of those who gained prizes before the year 1899 will be found in the Calendar for 1900. BIOLOGY.-Prizes of £2 2s., given by Professor Haswell for BIOLOGY.-Prizes of £1 1s., given by Professor Haswell, for excellence in Laboratory notes, GEOLOGY.-Prizes of £4 and £5 each, given by Professor David, for proficiency in Geology respectively in the Second and Third Years. 1898-Ball, L. C. Winton, L. J. 1899-Newman, J. M. Heden, E. C., B.A., prox.ace. 1900-Verge, J., B.A. Mawson, D. Second Year. 1902-Jensen, H. I. 1903-Foxall, H. G. 1904-Atkinson, J. 1905-White, C. J. 1906 Cotton, L. A. 1907-Booth, F. A. PRACTICAL PETROLOGY.-Prize of £1, given by Professor David, for proficiency in preparing Microscopic Slides of Minerals. Benson, W. N., prox. acc. 1907-Cotton, L. A. 1899-Gregson, W. H., B.A. 1901-Green, L. C.† 1903-Nardin, C. C. 1905-Kesteven, H. L. 1906-McBryde, J. 1907-Booth, F. A. 1904-Perry, E. A.† FIELDWORK IN GEOLOGY.-Prize of £2, given by Dr. W. G. PHILOSOPHY.-A Gold Medal, of the value of £10, given by Professor Anderson, M.A., for the best essay on a Philosophical subject; competition to be open to all Bachelors of Arts of not more than two years' standing. 1899-Nicholson, G. G., B.A. 1902-Merrington, E. N., B.A. 1904-Austin, A. H., B.A. 1905-Powell, J. G. W., B.A. LOGIC AND MENTAL PHILOSOPHY.-Prizes of £5 each, given by Professor Anderson. LOGIC.-Prize of £2 2s., given by Professor Anderson, for proficiency in Logic amongst Medical Students. 1905-Ferguson, E. W. Parkinson, H. H. æq. 1906-Hamilton-Browne, Eliz. I. HISTORY.-Prize of £5, given by Professor Wood, for proficiency in History. 1899-Robson, R. N. 1904-Paterson, J. Rutherford, Florence M.} Rogers, P. H. } seq. 1900-Mills, Elsie A. H. 1901-Teece, R. N. 1902-Cole, P. R. Kemp, R. C. King æq. 1903-Cramp, K. R. Maxwell, W. æq. 1907-Chapman, B. B. Whyte, H. W. q. 1908-Mann, J. E. F. FRENCH.-Prize of Books given by the Comité de l'Alliance Française for proficiency in French. 1900-Gough, N. J. POLITICAL SCIENCE.-Prize of £5, given by Professor Pitt Cobbett, for proficiency in the Elements of Political Science. CLINICAL MEDICINE.-Prize of £5, given by Mr. R. Scot-Skirving, M.B., Ch.M., for proficiency in Clinical Medicine. METALLURGY 1901-Moncrieff, E. W. Prizes of £3 and £2, given by Professor Liversidge, for proficiency in Practical Metallurgy. ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING.-Prizes of £1 1s. each, given by Mr. E. Kilburn Scott, for Electrical Engineering notebooks. PALEONTOLOGY (PRACTICAL).-Prize of £2, given by Mr. W. S. Dun, for the best original essay on the Paleontology of the district examined during the annual Geological excursion. 1906-Free, Mary G. | 1908-Deer, Margaret DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY.-Prize of £2 2s., given by Mr. S. H. Barraclough, for proficiency in Descriptive Geometry. 1908-Hebblewhite, W. R. 1906-Ada, W. L. 1907-Lloyd, A. S. ENGINEERING ESSAY-Prize of £3 3s., given by Mr. S. H. Barraclough, for an essay on an Engineering subject. 1906-Flashınan, H. W. 1907-†Swain, H. J. } æq. +Not proceeding to a degree. |