The Spike or Victoria College Review, June 1906
The graduates of Victoria College have formed an Association, the objects of which are, shortly, to provide a means of stating their collective opinion on any matter which may concern page 72 them educationally or academically, of bringing before the Council any recommendations thought desirable, of considering candidates for nomination to the Council (a very necessary work too long neglected), and of bringing graduates into closer touch with the various institutions of the College. At the First General Meeting Mr. H. P. Richmond was elected President, and Miss M. E. Hales Honorary Secretary. It was decided to support Mr. F. P. Wilson lor the seat on the Council rendered vacant by the retirement of Mr. Richmond, and Mr. Richmond for the seat on the Senate. At the election, Mr. Wilson was returned unopposed, but Mr. Richmond was defeated by Mr. Cohen. The subscription to the Association is extremely low—One Shilling, with an entrance fee also of One Shilling; and it is hoped, that all the new graduates, and as many of the old ones as have not already done so, will send in their names to the Honorary Secretary.