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ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL

The prizes were given out this afternoon. The function was quiet, a icw expupils being the only guests. The proceedings were going on when wo went to press. Tho arrangement was that Dr Rutherford Waddell would hand over the prizes. He is the godfather of the school, and his presence on these occasions is indispensable. From the report by Miss Smith wo mako the following extracts:—To-day marks the end of our twelfth year. The numbers on the roll have been the largest in the, history of the school, and the attendance has been well maintained. The personnel of the staff has remained the same as last year, except that at the beginning of the year Miss Margaret Gollatly joined us as first assistant. To the whole staff I am deeply indebted for their loyal co-operation. At tho beginning oi the year wo obtained from tho Firet Church authorities the use of a piece of ground for the game of basket ball. A sports club was formed, in which were included all girls from Standard 111. upwards, and practice at least once a week wis made compulsory. Ketm interest is taken in the game, which has been of great benefit to the health of the girls. . At tho Municipal Baths a swimming class has been held under the supervision of Miss Watson. For the Lady Liverpool fund the pupils, ox-pupils, and staff contributed somewhat over £2O. With part of this money 250 pairw of socks were bought, all of which the girls darned as directed. The prize list was as follows: English.—Senior Class : Runa Melville 1. Mina Wilkinson 2. Standard VII. : Nora Gilkison 1, Gladys Scott 2. Standard VI. : Alison Rutherford. Standard V. i Dorothy Jenkins. Standard IV. : Annie Morroll. Standard III.: Alice Fairbairn. Standard 11. : Rayna Langley. Standard I. : Betty Re id. French.—Class A : Runa Melville. Class B: Norah Gilkison. Glass C: Rita Lake and Mina Wilkinson (equal). C'iaoS 1): Bessie Gregory. Class V,: Nancy Johnston. Mathematics.—Senior Class: Division A, Myra Scott; Division B, Ida Puterson. Standard VII. : Norah Gilkison. Standard VI. and V.: Kathleen Aslin. Standard IV. : Annie Morrell. Standard III.: Norah Moloney. Latin.—Senior Class : Division A, Mina Wilkinson; Division B. Runa Melvillo. Standard VII.: Nora Gilkison. Preparatory Class.—Reading: Mavis Fairbairn. Tables: Molly Henderson. Writing: Margaret Reid. Diligence : Joan Morrell. Special Prizes.—Drawing : Sonior Class, Essie Moloney; Improvement, Rita Lake; Junior Class* Minnie Martin; Improvement, Patience Morrell. Botany: Lilian Jeffievs. Needlework: Senior Class, Connio Hendy; Junior Clan;, Althea Rennie. English composition: Senior Class, Mura Reid; Standard VII., Nora Gilkinson; Standards VI. and V., Rua Milne; Standard IV., May Coull. Calisthenics: Seuior Class, Alison ; Junior Class, Annie Morrell; Preparatory Class, Mavis Fairbair. Elocution: " Junior Class, Kathleen Glendining. French conversation: Class A. Dorcen Allen; Class B. Nora Gilkison; Class C, Rita Lake. Diligence: Senior Class, Bessie Park; Standard VII., Ngaio Fulton, Phyllis Widdowson; Standard VI., Aiken Milne; Standard V., Winnio Walker; Standard IV., Evelyn Jeffreys. Excellent work in advanced "English and drawing: Dorothy Allan. Navy League prizes: Senior Class—Runa Melville 1, Mura Reid 2; Standard Vll.,—Minnie Martin 1, Patience Morrell 2; Standard VI., Alison Rutherford; Standard V., Dorothy Jenkins.

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ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL, Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGIATE SCHOOL Issue 15671, 9 December 1914

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