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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 4, No. 1 March 12, 1941



The War has claimed all but three of last year's members, and all but one of last year's "eight," but the Rowing Club carries on with enthusiasm. A new committee was elected in January, and every night but Friday crews splash vigorously across the harbour under the guidance of President V. E. Donnelly and Coach Spurdle.

On February 22nd at Korokoro, both of the Green and Gold crews finished third. Crews were:—

Youths.—Donnelly (str.), Casey, Maplesden and Macalister (bow).

Maidens.—Wilson (str.), Douglas, Wade and Carroll (bow).

All but one man of the three Star Boating Club crews that raced at Wanganui on March 8th were 'Varsity men Crews were:—Youths: Donnelly, Casey, Maplesden, Macalister. Maiden: Wilson, Moore, Wade, Carroll; and Novice: Wilson, Wade, Cross and another.