The Spike or Victoria College Review June 1914
Owing to the demand of the capping choruses on the musical talent of the College, the Glee Club has had to curtail its term considerably to allow its members more freedom for attending the capping practices. This, combined with the unusual shortness of the first term, prevented the Club from getting the start the enthusiasm of its members merited.
But now that rapping is over, and an examless term lies before us, there is every prospect of a most successful year. It is urged that all members continue to show the enthusiasm that has already been displayed, and do their level best to make the Club a success.
This term is to be the term of the year. Within the first eight weeks the Club will endeavour to hold a concert to the Missions to Seamen, while the annual concert and dance will be held at the end of the term. The Porirua trip, which, unfortunately, was put off last year, will be held after the November examinations.
The membership last term was very nearly complete, and there are only a few vacancies remaining. Consequently, all students who are desirous of joining the Club are urged to do so immediately, as the Club can on no account allow its membership to be overcrowded.