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The annual distribution of prizes in con nection with tbe Collegiate School fpr Girls, conducted by tbe Misses Willows, took place in the Norwood Institute on Wednesday, and

the attendance cf vieitora and friends oi. the pupils was very large. Mr. J. Hall pre sided. On tho walla were displayed examples of the work of tho pupils. Tho drawings, maps, and Ejiecimens of penmanship wero remark ably good, and the other work of the young ladies was equally creditable, testifying eloquently to the caro bestowed upon their education. The Kev. Mr. Swan distributed the prize?, and congratulated tho Principals upon the success of tbo institution. An enjoyable programme of vocal and instru mental music and recitations was spiritedly canied out by tho young ladies of the College, Miss M. Snelling playtd tho overture, and the kindergarten ilass Rave a pretty little recita tion, followed by a song 'To the Woods,' nicely sung by Miss E. M. Goode. The Misses M. Hall and M. Saundera gave a dramatic dialogue with pleasing effect, and tho Mieses L. Cotton, M. King, and N. Edwards played a pleasing piece on the pianoforte. A recitation, 'Wooden Legs,' by tho kinder garten class, caused rcuch diversion ; and this was followed by a skilfully played instrumen tal duet by the Misses E. and E. M. Goode. MisE E. M. Goode showed her knowledge of German by reciting 'A Visit from Santa Claus.' The bright, pretty cantala 'Queen of the Seasons,' written and composed by W. S. Rcddie for junior Echook, was charmingly rendered by the singing class, under the direction of Mr. T. W. Lyons, the singing master of the school. Highest Marks Obtained Throughout the Y«ar— Fifth class, Ethel fiooile; fourth class, Mabel Hall; third class, Nellie Hihvards; second class, Elsie AldrMge. Highest Percentage of Maiks Obtained in the Annual Exams.— Fifth clas*. Fanny Fry; fourth class, Nellie Goode: third cla.--s, Louie Williams; second class, Elsie Aldridge. French— Fifth class, Maud Stone; fourth class, Mabel Hall; third class, Maud Saunders; second class, Mercy King; first class, Frances Parker. Latin (Presented by Mr. Heberlet)— Second class, Maud Stone, Ethel Goode; first class, Mabel CarliJe. Drawing-Fifth c!a«, Maud Stone, Evelyn Goode; third class, Nellie Edwards. Music— Ethel Goode, Lily Cotton. Sewing— Fourth class, Elsie i'oung; third ilass, Lily Cotton; Knit class, Ada Lyons. Fancy Work— Evelyn Goode, Louie Payne. Buttonhole*— Florence Davies. Painting— Ethel Goode. Writing— Fourth class, Elsie Young; third class, louie Williams. Beading— Second c'ass, Vera Phillips; first class, Ferdje Parker. Arithmetic— First ciisa, Victor Parker. General Improvement— First class, Harold Mac donald, Muriel King, Emma Stone, Muriel Dew. Good Conduct— Fourth class, Elsie Soward; third class, Fiances Parker; second class, Minnie Cotton; first class, Emily Byrne. Special Prizes— Mr. Hall's prize, Mary Hooper; Rev. W. A. Swan's prize, Mary Hooper; Mis3 Bow den's prize for music, Nellie Edwards, Victor Parker. Calisthenic prizes (presented bv Mr. Lescheni. Ethel Goode, Mabel Hall, EL-ie Aldridge. Singing prize (presented by .Mr. Lyons), Evelyn Goode. sz