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vox COLLEGII 11 Miss Eloise Noecker Eloise Noecker ' s home is in Water- loo, Ontario, where she matriculated from the Berlin Collegiate and the Technical Institute. During I ' IO and 1912, she has been a student at O.L.C., graduating in Household Science. Miss Noecker is very witty, and her affable manner has made her a general favorite. The little folk also find her a fast friend, entering into all their interests. Planning dm- ners and luncheons seem to be her only pastime, for even when taking a hay-rack ride on May Day to Cor- bett ' s Point, she was working out a menu. We know she is a good cook, for she has kindly brought up from the D. S. many tempting samples. Because Eloise is a Berlin girl she can do no wrong, at least all Berlin girls must keep up that reputation. A true friend, ready to enjoy any fun, she makes a splendid comrade, so sav we all. Miss Dorothy Rowland Miss Florence Washington Blais- dell-RowlaTid is one of the most important personages of our graduating class. Her early ed- ucation was obtained in England, where for four years she attended the Hillside Convent, near London. Early in lif she was seized by the wanderlust, and immigrated to Mil- waukee, in 1911 she first appeared at the Ontario Ladies ' College, where Bhe startled the natives by her clever sketches, her masterly pe;formance at the piano, and her brilliant ans- wers in (Jerman. Last September she enter d the graduating class in the M. E. L. department and has dis- tinguished herself by winning the sil- ver medal. She is also a bright and shining iip-ht in the music depart- ment, and has proved to be far above the averaire student in versatility of accomplishments. Her chubbv little personage has become very dear to all of us, and those returning next year will be delighted to see her round, smilinp- face and herald her as the onlv returning graduate from the class of 1912.
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10 vox COLLEGII Miss Mamie McCamus Miss Mamie McCamus is h gnid ' uate in the Teachers ' ) x m Piano. As a student during ' -Overal years at the College she -von the es- teem of teachers and students I y her careful work and her gentle auJ Kind- ly disposition. As a teacher of piano during the past year she has shown the same devotion to duty and the same love of her work. Miss McCamus has a large sense 6i hu- mor. She tells stories in a droll lit- tle way which is quite her own, and which never fails to call forth a mer- ry laugh. Her gift of fortune telling from a tea cup has often made the evening meal or the afternoon tea a merry one. The future will reveal whether these fortunes really " come true " or not. Miss Alice Newport In ' Whitby was born " Lady Teazle " nee A] ice jS ' ewport. Alice was known as a reader of considerable ability in Whitby and vicinity long before she came to our College, and since then she has been in great demand. She is determined not to relinquish her hold on the elocution department, and has just been elected Treasurer of the Delta Sigma Sorority. Alice and her friend Cladvs, are a Ruth and a Naomi combination. Their motto is " All the world is queer but me and thee, and even thou are a little queer. " Alice is a splendid stu- dent, and should continue her studies as a post graduate. Tbroug-h ail kinds of weather she never failed to be present at her work, and if faith- fulness in a criterion of success she de- serves the r nlT . Whitbv should be proud of Ali-e Newport.
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12 VOX COLLEGII Miss Vivian Rowse Vivian, winne; of the gold medal in the M. E. L. class, has been the shining light of that department dur- ing the whole year. Born in Oshawa, Ont., Vivian moved to Toronto at an early .age, and attended the Har- bord Collegiate, where she worked her way up steadily, winning the ap- probation of her teachers. In her second year at Ontario Ladies ' Col- lege, Vivian entered the M.E.L. class of 1912. " Perseverance overcometh all obstacles.. " This combined with her great natural ability, obtained for Vivian the honors of the olas.s during the past year. Not only here was she so successful, but also in Toronto, where she passed the Uni- versity examinations with General Proficiency standino-. Notwithstand- ing all these honors, Vivian remains as unassuming as ever. Although much envied bv her classmates, they all feel that she merits her success, and wish her the same in the future- Miss Wilnoa Rowse Mi-s " Yilma Rowse received her sen- ior matriciilation from Oshawa, and following that alt nr ' - ' ' - !• = .cuity of Education in Hamilton. As a change from study she chose teach- ing, and thus spent a year in the West, where she won fast fiiends. She has succeeded in her mission of looking after her ]i + if- - ister during this past year. On February loth Wilma sustained a heavy loss. Many sympathizing friends rallied about hei ' in a vain attempt to assuage her sorrow — her con dress failed to fit. She has appeared in mourning ever since. As far as we know, her future course is very indefinite, but to aid her to choose she has received many helpful hints. We know a lot more but for various reasons it can- not be told yet. Next vear will be spent in travelling- abroad, and we hope that she will not soon foi ' get the many friends of her school life.
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