The Spike or Victoria College Review 1937
There is undoubtedly much scope for increased enthusiasm on the part of the students to foster some interest in singing at the College, and especially with regard to the rendering of the College songs. The Glee Club, although suffering to some extent from a scarcity of tenors has had its membership increased this year by several very enthusiastic members. Even the sombre old Gym. has perforce to grin while our practices are in progress on a Friday evening, for we get a lot of fun from our attempt!, successes—and mistakes. (The best of artists make mistakes—so they say.) So far the Club has played a minor part in College activities, but it is ambitious and July 30th witnessed its first independent effort in support of the Building Fund. This was a variety concert, somewhat novel to the Varsity stage, but nevertheless a great success.