Excerpt from The Saint Andrew's College Review: Summer 1916
All year, Day Boys and Boarders alike, have given weekly from their pocket money to help Red Cross and other funds, which is quite as it Ought to be. It indicates that the heart of the school is in the right place.... r/>
We have pulled through the year without any sickness, not withstanding the prevalence all about us, in town and country, Of our Old friend the measles and other delights Of Similar charac ter. Now the summer term is fast drawing to a close, and we are preparing for the last days Of the school year. Matriculation boys go about with serious faces, for in one week they must face the test, and as many Of you know, that test is Often not pleasant while it Operates, for examinations are a miserable bore at the best.
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