The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1909
The annual meeting of the Athletic Club attracted the largest attendance on record at that Club's annual meetings; there were over twenty students present and it was apparent that most of these were enthusiasts. It is hoped that this is a sign for better things for the future and an auspicious omen for Easter 1910. The meeting recommended the Committee to institute an inter-faculty contest in connection with the annual sports meeting and this is to be done. It should certainly arouse greater interest than existed last season. We trust page 70 that students will not be afraid of trying; we know not what champions we may not have in our midst. Especially is it to be remembered that competitors in the field events will be welcomed with the open arms. Therein lies an easy t road to representative honours. The officers of the Athletic Club for the year are: Club Captain—A. H. Bogle, Hon. Sec.—J. L. Short, Hon. Treas. Rigg, Committee—A. T. Duncan and C. H. Strack.