Sheila Fraser was auditor general when the Toronto Sun called her "that girl." Fraser was 59 at the time. She was expert in a technical field, with proven judgment, integrity and managerial competence, lauded internationally by the New York Times as "popular and fiercely non-partisan." Taxpayers were so grateful for her public service they once wired 1,350 roses to Fraser's office in a campaign organized by radio broadcaster Peter Warren. Yet to the Sun she was "that girl."