The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1913
The Club has commenced the year with very promising prospects for a successful season. The membership is up to the standard, and finances are very satisfactory. The Committee is endeavouring to develop the social as well as the musical side of the Club. For this purpose a social evening was held on Wednesday, May 21st, after the ordinary practice, when musical and other items were provided by members of the Club. Supper was served by the ladies, which a few hard-working, late-watching Science students were also invited to partake of.
At the end of the second term last year, the Annual Concert and Dance were held, but were not financially as great a success as could have been desired. Efforts are being made to hold this function earlier than usual this year, to assure its being attended with success.
Last November the Club paid the annual visit to Porirua Mental Hospital. A concert was also given at the Missions to Seamen Institute. Miss Clachan has again kindly consented to act a pianist, while the conductorship of the Club is still in the hands of Mr. Stainton, so that success is assured.
There are a few vacancies yet for male voices, and we would urge all of the musical fraternity to give the Club their support.