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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 19 September 6, 1938

The Beginning and the End

The Beginning and the End

The opening of the final term marks the turning of thoughts to summer sport again—rather vaguely at first, for exams, are a rapidly darkening cloud on the horizon. Numerous annual general meetings will be held within the course of the next few weeks. Probably the largest of the summer sports clubs are the Cricket Club and the Tennis Club, but the Athletic Club, the Swimming Club, the Rowing Club, the Defence Rifle Club, and the Tramping Club are all popular and flourishing.

Features of V.U.C. sport during the vacation were the victory of D. R. Scrymgeour in the N.Z.U. Cross-country Championship race at Dunedin; the appointment of Janet Grainger as captain of the North Island Basketball representatives; and the selection of Burke, McNicol and Eastwood in the Wellington representative Rugby team for the southern tour.—L.B.S.