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The Spike or Victoria University College Review June 1925

New Clubs

New Clubs

V.U.C., which once inspired the homage of spades, is now rich in clubs, any of which may be joined with no more ceremony (or expense) than the scratch of a pen. The Debating Society page 55 provides exercise for the amateur politician, of one colour or many; the Free Discussion Club, for the thinker; the Social Service Club, for the practical Christian; there is hardly any quality or ambition which cannot be fostered in some College confraternity or other. And now we have to add the Historical Society, which follows the method of the free discussion, and the Musical Society, which restores to us the old Glee Club. Truly, we have happy, learned days before us; but what will happen when an Economics Society springs up, and a Psychological Society, and a College Law Society? Will there be time and room enough for them all? In the meantime, let the Debating Society hasten to rename itself the V.U.C. Political Club, while it still has a field of discussion left to it.