The Spike: or, Victoria College Review September 1921
Mr. H, Tiley, B.Sc., is in the Department of Customs.
Mr. Leslie D. Coombs, A.R.I.B.A., formerly one of the keenest of Victoria College cricketers, is practising as an architect in Dunedin.
The Rev. Ronald Watson, M.C., M.A., has accepted a call to the Presbyterian Church, Devonport, Auckland.
Mr. Guy Batham is on the staff of the City Electrical Department, and is taking third-year lectures for the B.Sc. degree.
Mr. A. F. Meldrum, B.C.L., is returning to New Zealand. While at Oxford he obtained his boxing "blue," and obtained high distinction in the academic world. Another Rhodes scholar, Mr. H. G. Miller, is finding his feet at Balliol; cricket as proved most attractive during the summer term.
Miss Dorothy McLean has returned to Wellington. She spent most of her time under her travelling scholarship at the Sarbonne, but saw something also of England and Italy.
G. H. Seddon, LL.B., has been appointed District Land Registrar at Blenheim.
H. A. Anderson and T. C. Thomson are among Auckland's promising solicitors; L. A. Charles is ditto at Christchurch. J. F. Stevenson has recently been taken into partnership by Messrs. Izard and Weston.
L. J. Edmondson and L. K. Wilson are wooing Mother Earth at Piopio, in the King Country. They occasionally honour the old lace with a visit.
G. G. Aitken, A. Jackson, P Ruston and E. C. Wiren are all on the staff of the Wellington College. The first-named has evidently found his position congenial to football training; and we congraturate him on the great honour he has attained.