Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 8, No. 1. Friday, March, 2, 1945
Henry Moore's boys are doing very well in Second Grade. They are second in the Competition, and have high chances of winning it. Apart from a loss with a weakened team to Hospital and a draw with Institute-St. Pats, they can show a record of good wins.
Bowling is the weak point, and some of the younger members could learn much from Harry Bailey in the field. A big loss recently, was Olsen, a man who could be depended on to get wickets Saturday after Saturday. Mullins is still too erratic, but Henry Moore is serving up the wily agate as of yore. Skipper Moore's policy is to give the younger members of the side every possible chance with the bat, and those to show up well include Loveridge, C. Gajadhar, Vance, Olson and Berry. Bailey and Moore can get them too.