The Spike or Victoria College Review, June 1906
Victoria College Teams
Victoria College Teams.
"Here's goodly stuff, toward!"
—2 Henry IV.
One of the results of reducing the number of entries for each event was to increase the competition for the honour of representation. The selectors this year had, generally speaking, rather an anxious time, for there was room in many cases for some difference of opinion.
The Teams were as follows:—page 12
|100 yards||T. E. Y. Seddon||H. W. King|
|220||T. E. Y. Seddon||H. W. King|
|440||H. W. King||M. H. Oram|
|880||H. T. Thompson||M. H. Oram|
|120 Hurdles||G. V. Bogle||T. N. Holmden|
|440||T. N. Holmden||G. V. Bogle|
|Mile Flat||F. A. de la Mare||J. W. A. Heenan|
|Mile Walk||A. Tudhope||J. M. Hogben|
|High Jump||F. A. de la Mare||G. V. Bogle|
|Long Jump||G. V. Bogle||H. W. King|
|Putting Shot||H. W. King||A. Tudhope|
|Throwing Hammer||A. Tudhope||H. W. King|
|Ladies' Singles||Misses F. G. Roberts and M. E. Cox|
|Ladies' Doubles||Misses F. G. Roberts and M. E. Cox; Misses L. M. MacKellar and F. Scott; Misses G. F. Cooke and M. J. Miller|
|Men's Singles||G. S. Prouse and R. St. J. Beere|
|Men's Doubles||G. S. Prouse and O. R. Prouse; R. St. J. Beere and F. A. de la Mare|
|Combined Doubles||F. A. de la Mare and Miss F. G. Roberts; R. St. J. Beere and Miss M. E. Cox|