The Spike: or, Victoria College Review, October 1913
Answere to Correspondents
Answere to Correspondents.
O. B - r - r: We hear you are having some difficulty with your hatters; we advise joining the hatless brigade.
G. M. CI - gh - rn: The University dictionary defines it thus:—A nuisance—one who is continually writing to the papers.
R. H. Q -ll - m: We admired her photograph. Sorry cannot publish it. Has she returned to Sydney yet ?
Rev. B. H. W-d: Regret you cannot recover the books. We advise the perusal of Arsene Lupin and Sherlock Holmes.
A. B. S-vwr-ght: (i) Re your Mount Street gathering, Professor Garrow advises us that you are liable for causing obstruction of the traffic. (2) Yes, we have seen your medal. It was for walking or something, wasn't it?
Prof. G. W. v-n Z-dl-tz: Cannot accept your contribution. Afraid our readers are not educated up to your standard. Try "Triad" or "Bulletin."
R. M. Br - c -: You young rascal, certainly not; it's against gymnasium rules.
W. W. R - wntr -: We sympathise with you deeply. Complain again.
J. S. Br - - k: Sorry cannot advise re chairs.
P. B. Br - - d: Yes. Little pink cheeks, wasn't it?