The Spike or Victoria University College Review June 1917
Answers to Correspondents
Answers to Correspondents.
Mr. W - - d: We quite understand that you restored the books. But still it was a regrettable incident, wasn't it?
G. G. G. W - t - - n: Your Little work "Hints to Young Orators" to hand. Specially helpful is the chapter: "There is something to be said on Both Sides."
E. Ev - ns: Yes, we Like the idea of impromptu speeches, but it reminds as of the gramaphone—It was said to be impromptu because it was the first time the record was used.
J. A.R-ss: "A lunatic is a fully-developed imbecile." Perhaps you can tell us what a poorly-developed imbecile would be?
R. V. K - y: We have had some difficulty in persuading correspondents that your request for another look at the "(a) eyes" was quite general. We rejoice that subsequent events have justified our contention.
J. S. Br- - k: Re skull-caps—we think you would be wholly within your rights. Green and gold would, in our opinion, be most becoming. But remember, "Imitation' is the sincerest form of flattery.
E. Evans: Yes, no doubt a black wig would be very becoming, but as they say, it is a skit, so that the brighter hue will do excellently.