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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 8, No. 3 March 28, 1945



The Rowing Club has undergone an amazing resurrection in the last six months and is now in a position to make a reasonably good showing at Easter.

Stroking the crew is Enoka Macdonald, whose years of experience in this seat should be a great asset to the crew.

One of the Star Boating Club's senior four, George Cornick, is using his style to good advantage as number seven, where his driving power will be of most use.

Dennis Hartley, a novice, is rowing in sixth seat, and judging on his present form, should acquit himself very well.

Number five is Bill Osten, of Star's youths' fours, and one of the crew which won the President's Fours at that club.

Another novice showing good form is Gill Marryatt, whose weight should tell in his position, number four.

Prominent all round sport Ewen Drummond occupies number three, and his rowing experience at Otago and Wanganui will be an important factor in keeping the bow in good order.

Number two seat is well filled by the promising oar of Noel Brown. Rowing bow is Geoff Ward, who has held this seat in several Star crews. On the judgment and sure eye of cox Jack Barr may hang the balance of defeat or victory for VUC.

The time is 2.30 p.m. on Saturday and an early announcement will be made about the course, whether Korokoro' or Oriental Bay.

Tournament Ball

St. Francis Hall, Hill St., is the place, Tuesday, April 2, at 9 p.m. is the time. The culmination of all Tournament activities and the brightest Ball in years.

Visiting representatives free.

VUC students, 15/- double.

Tickets at Information Bureau, Exec. Room.