The Spike or Victoria College Review, June 1906
Answer to Correspondents
Answer to Correspondents.
W-m. G-l-d-rs. Your new version of the reductio ad absurdum received, but we still fail to see how it explains your statement at the annual meeting of the S. A. "When I say this year I mean last year." We agree, however, that next year this year will be last year.
G-r-ge R-id. Yes, climbing up Wright-street every Tuesday and Thursday evening must necessarily 'tia' one.
W-R-nt-e. We cannot join in your lament over the waste of paper in working mathematical examples. On enquiry, we find that it comes in very handy for the janitor when kindling the furnace fire.
H. B-ks. Your poem "Misunderstood" declined with thanks. It was a pity that the pressure of business and your promotion to III. A came at the same time.
F. W. F-rby. Your clipping to hand re system proposed in other colleges of typing and distributing lectures after delivery by the professors; but why bother them with the delivery?