Excerpt from The St. Andrew's College Review: Midsummer, 1918
This will be the last issue of the review from its old home. We regret it. The in¿uence of the Old Boys here is strong and is felt even by those of us who never knew them personally. On the desks of many of the Cla... ss Rooms there are carved the names of those who have brought much honour to the school. Even this forms a strong tie binding the past with the present. But, after all, the names on the desks do not stand for much. It is the lives of the fellows themselves that are of priceless value to the school. We may leave the old desks behind, but we take with us traditions that, for all time, will inspire St. Andrew's boys to Play the Game. We shall treasure and assimilate the great lessons taught us by our soldier heroes, and St. Andrew's College will still be St. Andrew's College even though it may change many times its location and its home.
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