Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 14. July 12, 1939
A bitterly cold southerly wind made matters most unpleasant for
wonder that only nineteen members lined up for the start. Yet those nineteen were well rewarded with one of the best runs of the season. This time the course was from Evans Ray to Oriental Bay and back via the top of Mount Victoria—a distance of seven miles. In the fast pack de la Mare was again conspicuous, giving probably his best performance to date: while Henderson was slightly better than Fenton in a well matched quarlet comprising the medium pack. C. G. Wilson is another member who has been running very well lately, and he seems to have profited considerably by his outing at Dannevirke a few weeks ago.
Next week the run will be from Rona Bay to Pencarrow, though the route will be adjusted to suit the abilities of all classes of barriers.