James Clark, of Glenore, who has been called up by ballot, attained his twentieth birthday on December 29, and then endeavored to enlist, but' like other young men who came of age during the holidays, was prevented from doing so through the Defence offices being closed. Amongst the list of winners of Junior National Scholarships in Otago Education Board's district appears the name of Gl&dys Winifred Yeoman, Glenore School, who scored 462 marks in list 2 those candidates who claim the advantage of clause IV. of the regulations, and who have gained between 53£ per cent, and 62£ per cent, of marks obtainable. Captain Colin M. Gilray, son of Pro» fessor Gilray (Dunedin) was married at the Parish Church, Haslemere, England, on November 24, by Rev. W. Wragge, to Ethel Muriel, daughter of the late Arthur Standish, of New Plymouth. Captain Gilray was for a period law clerk in Mr Donald Beid's office at Milton, which position he resigned to pro* ceed Home to enlist with his old corps from Oxford University. Miss Arini J, Somerville (Milburn), winner of Otago Girls High School dux medal and a former dux of Toko. High School, is amongst the successful candidates in the examination for the tJniver* sity National Scholarships. Amongst the CI Reservists who went forward with Dunedin Group to the special training camp on Tuesday were two ex-MiltonianE~H, Crossgrove and D, P. Keogb.
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Personal Pars., Bruce Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 4, 17 January 1918
Personal Pars. Bruce Herald, Volume LIV, Issue 4, 17 January 1918
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