The Spike: or, Victoria College Review June 1902
O Tempura: O Mores
O Tempura: O Mores.
Greece v. New Zealand.—Athletics entered more into the life of a Greek than into the life of a young New Zealander, but Grecian sport was nobler (murmur of dissent). "I mean to say that though there was no horse racing, there was no betting, that the Greeks never ran for pots, but for laurel wreathes. Not that there is any nobler form of athletics than hockey and football." (Suppressed applause).