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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 11. August 12, 1954



This year the C.U.C. team will be on the whole much stronger than last year six. There are no out standing runners but it is a very even team and should be quite capible of giving the other sides a run for their money Only 95 seconds separated the first, and last members of the Tournament team in the club championships The team is as follows:
  • M. Browne: A newcomer to Canterbury and a former Scottish runner so he will be at home on the Paekak course Was first of the Tournament team home m the club championships.
  • D. Pringle: A well-known Tournament runner with several meritorious performances to his credit, is also a [unclear: Wellingtonian] and familiar with the Paekak course.

There is very little between the remaining four and any one of them could be next home—

D. Tucker: Has represented C.U.C in several Tournaments and has always finished in the first ten. A strong runner, but has found time for training rather hard to obtain.

L. Phillips: Just out of junior ranks and in his first Winter Tournament A promising runner and should go well.

N. Matheson: An old Tournament campaigner who should be well suited by the Paekak course.

R. Coleman: Another old campaigner who should be at home on the Paekak, course Should give a good account of himself.