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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1933. Volume 4. Number 5.

Field, Track and Court

page 12

Field, Track and Court.

A Drop-Kick Did it.

In the annual match with Te Aute College at Waipukurau this year, Victoria College collected a win for the first time in several years. The game was very closely fought out, a tine drop-kick by Blandford putting Victoria ahead and giving them the game.

Riflemen Getting Ready.

Riflemen at Victoria College are cleaning their guns preparatory to having a good season. The Annual General Meeting of the College Club will be held on Thursday, the 14th September. All those interested in rifle shooting are urged to attend, as important changes in policy are mooted. Despite the fact that the Haslam Shield no longer adorns the Hall, the Club's past season was in all respects a successful one, and the Club's officials are looking forward to a successful season to follow.

Cricketers Hopeful.

Following on a successful past season, especially in the lower grades, the V.U.C. Cricket Club, whose annual general meeting was held in the College recently, anticipate a most successful season to follow. Last season the Junior B Team won their championship, whilst the Junior D eleven were runners-up in their grade. This success augurs well for the lower grades.

Further Honours Achieved.

Having gained a double Blue already this year in basketball and tennis at the N.Z. University Tournament, Miss Mary Line, Wikitorian all rounder, has gone on to achieve further honours at basketball. Miss Line captained the Wellington Representative Basketball Team in the Dominion Tournament, and capped her season by representing the North Island Team which defeated the South.

Popular Ex-Player Attends.

A. M. Hollings, ex-University and. Wellington Representative cricketer, was among those who attended the annual general meeting of the Cricket Club. It is good to see ex-members of the Club continuing their interest with the Club's affairs after their playing days are over, and there was no doubt about the warmth of the welcome Maurice received. Maurice Hoilings was elected one of the University delegates at the annual general meeting of the Association.