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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 14. July 12, 1939

In other Colleges

In other Colleges

Auckland we hear is carrying all before them in the Table Tennis world. The men so far have an unbeaten record, while the ladies are only slightly less successful. In Football, things are not quite so rosy, with the senior team half-way down the Second division. In Hockey, the men annexed the seven-a-side competition, but have disappointed in championship matches, soon losing the leading position they once held. The ladies team shared a similar fate.

Canterbury report bigger and better things of their Football team this year. With a handy lead in the Senior grade, they appear to have excellent chances of annexing the Championship. In Hockey—but perhaps they would rather we did not report on the doings of their hockey team. Our Senior side did at least win one match.

Otago, on the other hand will talk Hockey [unclear: iil] the cows some home—If you cared to let them. But that is because they lost only a solitary match at the beginning of the season, and now seem likely to repeat their last year's success. The Football teams, however, do not appear to have been so [unclear: fortwate]—even allowing for a surprise win or two against the leading teams. It is interesting to note the establishment of Association Football in thin centre, as also in Auckland, indicating the ever-widening scope of University activities.