Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 3, No. 1. 1940
Tennis — Prospects
Frank Renouf. Has shown his capabilities in the North Island championships.
Keith Dyer. An experience player with a sound all-round knowledge
John Cope. A highly ranked player in the Manawatu.
Ron Baird. A resourceful player with a good variety of strokes.
Kath Pears. A very steady, calculating player, with few brilliant shots.
Gladys Rainbow. Has an easy style but must loam to move about the court more quickly.
Ngaire Marshall. A hard-hitting player; very active about the court and able to retrieve shots from most difficult positions.
Beryl Marsh. A very consistent player of considerable promise.
Pauline Monkman. A greatly improved player capable of developing still better form by Easter.
The Tennis Club is unfortunate in losing two of its top players in Norm Morrison and Elizabeth MacLean, title holders in the combined doubles event in last year's Tournament. Their absence from the team particularly affects the strength of the combined doubles.