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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 8, No. 1. Friday, March, 2, 1945

Weather no Bar to Vuc Swimmers — College Team Holds Strong Position

Weather no Bar to Vuc Swimmers

College Team Holds Strong Position

The V.U.C. Swimming Club has been going strong all season. Club nights are held at 8 o'clock every Wednesday night and a Varsity polo team plays every Thursday night.

Recently the club members competed at the Karori Swimming Carnival. The Varsity Relay team finished strongly, gaining second place. This is a victory not only for Varsity's physical perfection, but also for their integrity. Several other teams were disqualified for handing in false times to the handicapper.

The club captain, B. B. Hands, continues to exhibit a degree of enthusiasm horrifying to club members and nourishing to the club. The weather passes completely over the head of this single-minded science man.

Any students who have not as yet jumped over the brink with the VUC club should immediately take the first steps by contacting B. B. Hands (44-114), G. S. Bogle (45-012), R. M. Daniell (46-084) or Margaret Beattie (47-258).

Important dates to remember: March 14th, club carnival; March 31st, Easter Tournament,