The Spike or Victoria College Review 1936
In the second year of its existence the Club was affiliated. Its members have been comparatively few, but the few are keen, and the Club has done more to justify its existence than some bigger Clubs. (Who has not at some time heard melodious strains wafted from the Gym?)
We have done nothing in a big way, though we are planning a concert for next year, but we have added a little here and there—items at the Dramatic Club Revue, at the Women Freshers' Welcome, assistance at Extravaganza and Capping, and an anthem at the Easter Tournament Church Service.
This may not sound much—but we are doing a little to maintain interest in music in the Colleg—an interest which we hope our efforts will further.