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2 VOX COLLEGII BIOGRAPHIES OF THE GRADUATING CLASS. Miss Hazel Beacb The worthy President of our very successful Y. W. C. A., Miss Hazel Beach, lives in Iroquois, Ont. She at- tended the Public and High Schools of her home town, and then in 1908 became an ardent student of elocu- tion at the 0. L. C. This year she was appointed Secretary-Treasurer of the Delta Sigma Sorority, and has demonstrated her executive abil- ity in this office. She was also cho- sen to uphold the honors of the elo- cution department at the College re- cital in the Toronto Conservatory of Music. Her favorito expression, " 1 want to know, " has won for her the reputation of being a kind of cir- cumlocution office. Hazel ' s pretty little drawl when speaking might cause us to think she is a Southern- er, but Canada claims her affections. 23 Lower Ryerson will be very lone- ly for her, and the returning students next year will miss ho- genial pre- sence. Miss Amy Cbrislidn Miss Amy Christian, whose happy face has brightened our halls for the past year, is a graduate m the Teachers ' Course in Music. She ac- companies well on the piano, and_we predict a high future for her. She also has abilitv as a teacher, which was proven in Mr. Atkinson s Nor- mal Class. Amy has many otner charming qualities, such as enjoying cocoa and cake in s. Homnth ' s room, and assistino- at like functions in MisT McCam us ' room. One day, feelinp- quite tired, and especially dis- gusted at that moment with her work in theory, she went to one of the teacher ' s rooms and dc ' jlared sh- would rat ' e ' f ke30 store than work harm onv. Tbe music would suffer a great loss il Amv shoiilH de ide to measure out yards of tape and dress goods rpiher than continue her work on the D ' a o.
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Vox Collegii Published Monthly Throughout the Collecriate Year by the Editorial Staff. " Forsati et haec olim meminisse utvabzt. " VOL. XXVIII WHITBY, JUNE, 15 2 No. 8 GATES. Gates, broken gates on rusty hing- es, modern iron gates slenderly built, aristrocratic old gates with massive posts, how they speak of the resi- dents behind their portals. Some gates shut in sorrow-stricken people and the prisoners are glad when their term is over. Other gates swing wide to let in people to happy homes and and are ever welcoming strangers to pass through to their hospitable owners. How many feet have trod past the beautiful old gates of Trataig r Castle. They have gone ' ip the )iig avenue of trees, can-ying fluttering hearts, for a new life was to pen out, gaining knowledge, strength of character and many friends. Then they have gone again out of the old gates that eloquently speak of the life within, to enter other gates, gates to private homes, gates to public careers, gates to social ser- vice. There are (J olden Gates and (iates of Paradise. These have opened to let through ou;- loved ones, ixm tiicy are waitino- to swing- them wide for us. Over the portals thtn- are watch- ing as we toil vip the hill-road to join thcni in everlasting fellowship.
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vox COLLEGII Miss Hazel Coles Miss Hazel Coles is one of our stu- dents from London, Ont. She at- tended kindergarten, public school and spent two years at high school, after which she took a special course at Western University. She has spent the last year at O.L.C. and her aim has been to graduate in one year. Her work here has inspired her to become a dietition in one of the American schools. We know that she will be successful and that she will be popular among the stu- dents as she has been here. We all know that Hazel is a far seeing per- son, for at the early age of ten years she made her will, but, sad to say, it is not in existence now. As for other facts in her life, suca as correspondence, rings, etc., she keeps them close secrets, but the future may help us to solve some mysteries. Miss Lucile Cook Miss Lucille Cook, Pocatello, Ida- ho, is our only Art graduate. She is to be congratulated upon her beautiful work throughout the vear. Her capabilities as a teacher have been also proven when it was neces- sarv for the Art teachers to be ab- Rrnt from their classes. In the sket- ching classes Lucille has had many and varied experiences, especially with cows who are anxious to ap- pear in the sketch. Her sweet and lovable disposition has won her many friends, and on May Day she was chosen second (Counsellor for the May Que- ' n. Central telephone will have a vacation now that Ivucille is gone. Although her home is many himdrods of miles away, yet we hear a whisper that she expects to have a little cottage near her beloved school home.
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