The Spike or Victoria College Review June 1914
The Dinner.Romeo: "A fair assembly. Whither should they come?" Servant: "Up—!" Romeo: "Whither?" Servant: "To Supper"
The Graduates' Dinner was held in the Hotel Cecil on Saturday evening, and in spite of the length of the page 46 toast list, etc., passed off more pleasantly, and with less boredom, than such evenings usually do.
As this year there was no dinner for undergraduates, morning tea was partaken of by a large number of students at "Kirk's" on Saturday. This was a happy little gathering, and being informal, it was quite successful.
Thus ended the Capping Carnival, 1914—one which is of great importance to us, and again to use Mr. Herdman's words, "a memorable one in the history of Victoria College."