The Spike: or, Victoria College Review 1912
Answers to Correspondents
Answers to Correspondents.
Freshman(1) It was originally a Library. But has since been equipped for training in kindergarten methods. (2) Playing "trains," a really ripping game, thought Adamson did put his foot down, and nearly spoiled the whole show, the mean things!
J. St - v - n - s - n : The mode is to brush the hair straight back, in manner known as "bringing out the intellect." Spencer the mentions it.
C. A. L. Tr - dw - II: Certainly. Jack never is as good as his master . . . but we thought your name was "Archibald."
Dr. Truby King: Glad to hear you contemplate an F.A.F. for women students; we hope your efforts will meet with all the success they deserve.
Prof. C. W. v - n Z - dl - tz: Cheer up ! There's as good fish in the sea as ever came out of it. Pernaps Psalm cxix., verses 5, 83, and 45, might afford some consolation.
J. S. T - nn - nt: Yes, yes. What John Milton thought about education is all very well, but we could name at least one of your colleagues who considers that John Brown's opinions on the matter are worthy of more consideration than you bestowed upon them.
Prof. McK - nzie: As you say, 7.15 is rather early, but never mind, 7.45 will soon be round; to adapt Shakespeare, "time and the half-hour runs thro' the roughest lecture."