Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z Vol. 3, No. 5.
It seems that the Varsity firsts have at last attained a place in Wellington Rugby which they thoroughly [unclear: deserve]. The Football Club is perhaps the [unclear: keenest] sports club at Varsity and this year their enthusiasm has been rewarded by making their game the premier attraction in next Saturday's series. The example set by this Club is indeed a fine one and sporting clubs of the College night do well to take a lesson from it.
The Harriers have set a high standard in obtain-ing fourth place in the Tahake-karoa Centennial Rolay Race and it is hoped that they can maintain their present form and collect the Dixon Trophy in the N.Z.U. Cross-Country Championships for this year.
In the other branches of sport the performances have not been so outstanding, but we have it on the best of authority that all the teams, and especially, the basketball girls are disporting themselves in a happy manner.