The Spike or Victoria College Review 1936
The House is filled to capacity this year. The dignified old-timers being greatly in the minority, due to the arrival of hordes of homeless Training College students, the whole tone of the House has been altered. However, turbulent and peaceful elements are united under Miss Murison's sheltering wing.
Although many of us are too much taken up with the heavier side of Varsity life to have time to attend to the lighter, there are generally a few of us at most noteworthy gatherings.
We have shown our mettle at both the Varsity and the Training College Tournaments, and are carrying on the good work on the athletic side by challenging the V.U.C. Women's Hockey Club to a match in the Third Term.
Our social energies have found outlet in two jolly dances, which were much appreciated by inmates and visitors alike.
Though not yet rivalling Weir House in quantity, the quality is here, and when our building fund materialises, we shall rival them in luxury.