SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1936. Volume 7. Number 10.
Men's Hockey. — v. Massey College
v. Massey College.
With two forwards and two halves from the regular team missing, together with heavy going on a sodden ground, the V.U.C. combination was seriously disorganised in their match against Massey. Nevertheless it was an exciting game and keenly contested all the way. The pace throughout was fast and produced some fine movements.
Massey's superiority lay chiefly in their long, hard hitting on a sodden ground, and the outstanding brilliance of individual players. Victoria did well to hold the home team as well as they did. Depending as they do essentially on the concerted effort of all eleven men, the loss of four of them was bound to result in a decided weakening of the side. The final score, 4-2 against them, shows a very creditable performance under the circumstances. Shaw scored both V.U.C. goals.