Salient. An organ of student opinion at Victoria College Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 5 April 19, 1939
[comments regarding the tournament]
Double congratulations to Jack Aimers on being elected President of the N.Z.U.S.A. and also a member of the debuting team to tour Australia.
During the journey home from Dunedin the boys with the beer-bottle full of fresh water caught fifteen men and one woman.
Has Otago yet noticed the improvement in the Varsity clock? No doubt they were tired of the old Big Ben chimes, and will appreciate the new tune, known as "Swingin' Westminster." The swing experts who undertook the new arrangement state that the [unclear: Janitor], observing them on the premises, gave them morning ten. Bells seem to do something to harriers.
Technique.-Our Haka Loader, Bob Anderson, performing the difficult feat of drinking a bottle of boor siphoned through a tap removed from the Octagon fountain on to the Basketball Shield while on a train in motion.
"Hott don't [unclear: spi-oll] it!"—perpetrated by the Official Chaperone's most consistent patron—John Bullock.
"Mutual forgiveness of each vice Such are the gates of paradise."