The Spike or Victoria University College Review 1935
In the second year of its existence the Labour Club continues to strive in its appointed task of drawing together a certain (student element and spreading instruction in the Labour Movement. The General Meeting and election of officers was held early in the first term. This was followed by an interesting and humorous address on "The Mind Under Capitalism," by Mrs. Margaret McPherson.
On May 4th Max Riske addressed a large gather ing of students on his experiences and observations in the Soviet Union. We hope to arrange a similar meeting before the end of the second term.
Major Pharazyn kindly consented to address the Club at the beginning of the second term. His address on "The Twilight of Economics" provided new and interesting light on the subject.
A programme has been arranged to be carried out before the pressure of examinations overwhelms Club activities. This is to consist of a series of lectures by competent speakers, with the view of illustrating Communism in theory and practice.