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

Notes and Jottings

Notes and Jottings.

We are very sorry to hear that Bruce Mouat has left Wellington, and is making his abode at Tauranga. His familiar figure will be missed at Victoria. Old-timers will remember the hit Bruce and Harry Bishop made a few years ago in "Ever So Goosey Goosey." We wish Bruce better health in the future.

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J. A. ("Gin") Whitcombe, well-remembered at Victoria College, who is this year stationed in Hawke's Bay, has been showing real form there at football and has gained a place in this year's Hawke's Bay Representative Team, having played against Manawatu on the wing. he was playing for the first fifteen last season until injured.

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Another ex-Wikitorian who has gained Representative Honours at Rugby is Owen Raskin, who was this year transferred to Nelson. Owen gained a place in the Nelson Junior Representative Fifteen which did battle with Marlborough at Blenheim. Good luck, Owen!

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The Select circle of the Women's Common Room takes this opportunity to welcome back Miss Jose Anderson from Kenya. We believe that she has had some really thrilling adventures whilst away, so perhaps she would oblige the Free Discussions Club.

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Any entries for the cover design for "Smad" for 1934 must be handed in to the Executive by the 15th February, 1934, and must be drawn twice the size of the actual cover.