The Spike: or, Victoria University College Review October, 1920
The Capping celebrations were, on the whole, fairly satisfactory this year, and various functions were carried through successfully. As an entertainment for and a Reunion of Old Students, however, they left much to be desired. In the first place, the dates decided on made it impossible for many teachers, who had fully expected to be here, to take part. On the other hand, the present students were so busily engaged in the production of the Extravaganza and in the completing of the arrangements for the Procession and the Ball that they had little or no time left for the renewal of old friendships and the forming of new ones with students who have left behind but not forgotten their College days.