The Spike or Victoria College Review, June 1906
"But if beneath yon Southern sky
A kingly stranger roam."
We regret to have to record the loss to the College of H. W. King, who has taken up a position in the South. During the time he has been with us, he has served the College faithfully; on the football field as a member of the first fifteen, and in the University tournaments. He has been in the representative team almost from the first, and his performance in the quarter mile at the meeting at Christchurch will long remain in the memories of those who witnessed it. As he is attending Canterbury College this year, we may look forward to seeing him striving as hard for the success of his new College as he has done for the old.