Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 7, No. 7 July 26, 1944
The activities of the club have been restricted because of unfavourable weather, so that in the last fortnight, only two matches have been played.
Although Senior A were defeated by Tech. O.G. they put up a fair resistance. The halves and backs have developed good co-operation, especially when the halves secured openings from free hits, to pass through to the forwards and set them going. In this way the left inner was able to make several determined dashes and it was unfortunate that more goals were not scored.
The Intermediates played under difficulties when they met Wellington Tech. during a rain storm. The tempest and the superiority of their opponents proved too much for them. However, they retired from the fight in wet clothes but undampened spirits.
The main topic of discussion at present is Tournament. We've got as far as settling the team and securing berths, but arrangements are still vague. The main thing to do at the moment is to practise and to keep fit so everyone is asked to attend the weekly practices if possible. Remember, come to the Gym. for practice—Thursdays, from 7 p.m. to 9.