Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 11. August 12, 1954
J. Berry: Handicap 14. A very steady golfer who has played well below his handicap on several occasions, particularly In match play Can be depended on not to "blow-up" when the pressure is on, and on his day could upset the best.
B. Chambers: Handicap 14. Last year's starter at Auckland, when he was unable to play because of injuries Can play very sound golf when on form and is well acquainted with the weaknesses of the mighty Auckland team. Will be a very useful player.
P. McNellage: Handicap 9. A man who can hit a very long ball and if he can stick to the fairway is capable of causing an upset. A very good match player, the wide open spaces of the Hutt course should suit him admirably.
R. G. Penilngton: Handicap 4. Although liable to go astray from the tees, can play sound golf, and has had wins over several of Canterbury's leading players this season. A member of last year's NZ.U team, he could be in at the kill if he can avoid too much trouble.