Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 10 June 8, 1938
Although trailing by 1—3 at one stage, the seniors staged a good second-hand recovery to win 5—3 against the second Huia team. Pitt scored two goals and Shaw and Braithwaite one each, the remaining one being a penalty goal, With two wins and two draws, the [unclear: teas] doing Well, but it has not yet met the strong Karori combinations or the first Huia team.
Huia defeated the Senior team in a game in which Allen showed much improved form in goal. He was kicking well on Saturday.
The other Senior B team could do little right against Karori -(2). Silcock scored within the opening two minutes, but we could not score again (Karori having meanwhile scored six times until near the end of the game, when sparkling rushes ended in Williams twice netting. F. H. Renouf played his first game of the season.
Although the Juniors were defeated by Huia CD, they have, especially in such older players as Goring-Johnston. Ashley-Jones. Fussell and Edgley, a nucleus around which a useful side can be built. The thirds lost to Petone by the odd goal in three, but the Fourths were trounced by Technical College.
The fresh academic distinction gained by C. S. Plank serves to remind us that for many years he was a valuable member of V.U.C. hockey, and tennis teams, gaining College blues in both sports and a N. Z. blue in hockey. He had marked coaching ability as well.