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DEGREES CONFERRED AT UNIVERSITY. HOBART, Tuesday.-The following degrees were presented by the Chancel L)r (hMr. W. .T. T. Stops) at to-day's University Commemoration at the Town Hall: Bachelor of Arts: Bessio Prudence Andrews Donald Kelvey Bewsher, Olive Carolino Agnes Bushby, Garnet Charles Cooper, Roy Frederick Fagan, LL.B., Frances Margaret Fuller, Eric John Richard Heyward, Arthur Ber nard Hunt, Maxwell Albert Perey Mat I ingley, Ronald Ben M' Cann, Daisy Palamountain, William Herbert Per kins, Robert Victor Sutton, Frank Hil ton Watson, Joseph Albert Green, Brenda lIHelen Oldmcadow, Isabel Jane Thomson. Master of Arts: Robert Ballard Fin lay, B.A., Kenneth John Hughes, B..A., Ireno Mary Kerslake, B.A. Bachelor of Science: George Valen tine Roberts, John William Cardwell Wyett, Graham Lyle Facy, George Her bert Payne. Doctor of Science: Ernest Edgar Kurch, B.Sc. Bachelor of Laws: Alfred John Green, John Bruce Piggott. Doctor of Laws: Frank Rowland Tyson, LL.M. Bachelor of Engineering: Roger flolt Dickinson, Bryan Boresford Smith, B.Sc., Donald Edwin Webster. Master of Engineering: Allan Wal ton Knight, B.Sc., B3.E., William Law rence Greenhill, B3.E. Bachelor of Commerce: Norman Glad stone Hutton, Uno Elvira Shawl, Helen Eugenie Thurstun, Raymond Clifford Gilligan, George Perry Ralph Mulligan. iMR. KNIGHT'S CAREER. The Minister for Education (Mr. E. J. Ogilvie) mentioned the career of Mr. A. W. Knight, well-known Tas manian tennis player, who was in chargo of the construction of the new Leven bridge at Ulverstone. The Min ister said Mr. Knight had received his education at a State school, and later at the University. Subsequently he entered the Public Works Department as an engineer, and had evolved a schemo whereby the amount of con crcte used in bridges had been reduced by 60 per cent., thus considerably re ducing the cost of construction. When the degree of iMaster of En gineering was conferred on Mr. Knight, he received an ovation front the audi ence.