The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1909
In this number we publish three photographs: a group of the graduates of the year, one of the Executive of the students' Association and as portrait of Mr F. P. Wilson. For the first of these we are indebted to the Editors of the Free Lance who have very Kindly lent us the block.
Mr F. R. P. Wilson, M. A., was appointed lecturer on Economics at the commencement of the present year. He is a graduate of the New Zealand University, having taken his B. A. degree in 1904 and his M. A. in the following year. With his M. A. degree he gained Honours in Political Science. He studied for his degree at Victoria College and whilst a student took a prominent part in College life. He represented Victoria College at University Tournaments in both tennis and athletics, and also took a leading part in the many lives of the Glee Club. Prior to entering on his present duties, he was a teacher at the Newtown District High School and elsewhere in Wellington.