The Spike or Victoria College Review, June 1906
Ladies' Hockey Club Social
Ladies' Hockey Club Social.
Disgusted because the usual "Welcome to New Students" had not taken place this year, and not wishing to lose the chance of displaying their graces, the Ladies' Hockey Club gave a "house-warming" dance at the new building on the 24th of May. This proved one of the most enjoyable and successful functions that the College has yet had, and never before have so many new students been seen at a College social. The floor was, under the circumstances, excellent, and all were thankful that the Club counted amongst its members some who were weighty enough for sack-pulling purposes. The supper, and the music, too, met with universal approval. For the non-dancers, bagatelle (champion 1905, G. F. Dixon) and cards were set out in the common-room-to-be. Miss MacKellar, the secretary, who on this occasion did not wear pink taffeta, and the committee of ladies, deserve every credit for the great success.