The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1913
v. Miramar.—Won, 22—6. Sorry we cannot supply the scorers' names, especially of him who put through a goal for the other side. Some of our cricket teams are said to be consumed with envy.
v. Hutt Valley.—Won by default. Great is the mana of V. C.! We are assured that the team "sought all round the Hutt Park in vain for their opponents." Bloodthirsty wretches!
v. Wellington.—Lost, 0—9. "Pride goeth —."
In conclusion, the Spike would urge upon all hockey players, past and present, the desirability of their giving active and immediate support to the Executive of the Club in its efforts to secure a club-house at Karori Park. The advantages thereof are so obvious that it is superfluous to set them forth, and as the annual rental is estimated to be but £2. 10S. a year, the object aimed at should not prove impossible of achievement if only each will do his share.
N. B.— The Club will not refuse assistance from non-players.