The Spike: or, Victoria College Review Capping Carnival 1921
Caste of characters
Caste of characters.
|Joe Loo (Emperor of Pak-a-poo)||C.Gamble.|
Twenty-Fourth Old Man:—I am glad I am not a Chinaman; it must be very inconvenient to be a Chinaman."
|Tuan Will Foo (his son)||E. Evans|
"I swung the word a. trinket at my wrist."
|How Eli (chief torturer)||R.A. Tonkin|
"His creations approval or censure; I spoke as I saw."
|Mrs. Chu Chows (Keeper of "Willow Pattern Laundry)||A. Mazengarb|
"She was a lady of great renown."
|Yang Kwei-Fei (his beautiful daughter).||Miss M. Pigou|
"Now I found that joy could be as high as Mount Chong Nan,
Sorrow as deep as Lake Shang."
—"A Soul's Progress."
|Conan Doyle (a tourist)||C. Moss|
"Do you see anyone coming sister Anne?"
—Tale of Bluebeard.
|S. Holmes (An unsolvable mystery)||C.G. Kirk|
"Where do flies go in the winter time, From January to Jane"
Sir. Francis Bell.
|Cho Pin (a lost soul)||F. Warner|
"Nor lost, nor stolen, but simply gone astray."
—Rev. Frank Gorman.
|Sem Pul (secretary of the union)||W. A. Sheat|
"I stood for the rights of my countrymen, I stand—still."
—Orations of Dunbar Sloane.
|Comrade Day Su, Comrade Stevie Dore (members of the Union)||M. Gibb, A. N. Other|