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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 4 March 30, 1938

Tournament Approaching

Tournament Approaching

Tournament is less than three weeks off. Already the tennis and basketball teams have been chosen and in our next issue we hope to be able to publish the personnel of the other five teams and to compare our prospects in each sport with those of Auckland, Canterbury and Otago. While Tournament is a stimulating experience for the personality and a time to cement friendships and enjoy oneself to the full, it is primarily a meeting of sportsmen held for the purpose of ascertaining at which College the standard of sport is highest. It therefore behoves every representative to regard Tournament from that angle chiefly and to leave no stone unturned in his endeavour to fit himself in every way for the stern contests to come. In short, Tournament representatives, concentrate your mental and physical powers on the problem, not of doing well in your event, but of Winning it.