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The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, June 1915



After a wild scramble, most of the folks from the Southern Colleges succeeded in getting aboard the midday train on Wednesday. Of the journey down—'nuff sed. It has seldom been the privilege of the writer to see such a quiet and subdued crowd of students as that train carried. As the guard put it, "Not a kick in the lot of them." Nobody could honestly own to any great sorrow when Wellington was reached and a chance given us to rest in the blissful seclusion of the office or the class-room. The majority had recovered sufficiently by page 70 the afternoon to attend the tea drinking at Miss Tendall's rooms, when the V.U.C. Students' Association entertained (?) the reps. from the other Colleges. The farewells which were then taken were repeated more lustily on the wharf in the evening.