TOP STUDENT in province among senior matriculation candidates was Kenneth Rowland Donnelly, 19, of 3572 East Forty-fifth. He graduated from John Oliver high school with 93.7 percent average. UBC gave him $200 Royal Institution scholarship.Luxury Travel for Air-Minded Public. HIGH-FLYING COMFORT for Canadian air travellers will be the order when TCA’s North Star aircraft go into service on domestic lines, June 1. The Canadian engineered “Stars” will accomodate 40 passenger and will whisk them trough the air at 300 miles an hour in a pressurized cabin.WEATHER-BEATEN THUMB will be boasted by UBC Arts student, Hal Murphey, 21, who left Vancouver on the weekend for Toronto, New York, and Central America – all on $30 and his thumb. Murphy plans to hitch-hike to Toronto and meet a Toronto student, who will accompany him on his summer-long trip.DUTCH IMMIGRANTS brought priceless dairy experience to BC Tuesday when 12 men, women and children arrived from Holland, headed for farms. Beaming Helena and Marion Dees display Dutch enthusiasm for settling in Canada.SECOND PLACE in provincial senior metriculation results went to John Oliver studentEdward Willian Konesky, 18, of 775 East Fifty-third. He averaged 93.2 percent and won $200 Royal Institution scholaership offered by UBC.