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



Auckland is once more strongly represented in Golf. The team which has been successful for the past four years is once again selected and there appears to be little chance of their defeat in teams events. The winner of the Championship is once again open with reigning champion Zohrab (OU.). Penlngton (C.V.C.), Boon (V.U.C), and Leo Pointon. Krvin Treacy, Brian Treacy, and Bernle Coyle from A.U.C. all being strong contenders, in addition to these four. Auckland is sending some individuals who, while not eligible to earn points for Tournament, could upset the other Colleges. These are Trevor Coxon, Graham Revell, Nell Murray, Don Ellison and Tono Pernberton.

The records of the official team are:—L. D. Pointon—Team captain on a two handicap. No. 1 player for the Maungakiekie Club's A Pennant team. A.U.C. representative since 1950. A.U.C. Blue 1951, 1952, 1953. N.Z.U. Blue 1951. 1953. Winner N.Z.U. Championship. 1951; semifinalist 1953.

K. J. Trecy—two handicap player; No. 5 player for Akarana A Pennant team. A.U.C. team since 1951. A.U.C. Blue 1951. 1953. N.Z.U. Blue 1952, 1953. Winner N.Z.U. Championship 1952; runner-up 1953. Runner-up long-driving Champlonshlp. 1952. 1953.

E. B. Treacy—two handicap player. Has represented A.U.C. for several years, and has gained a number of Blues from A.U.C. and N.Z.U Has won a number of open tournaments.

B. A. Coyle—an Auckland Pennant player on a two handicap. Has represented A.U.C. for several years, and gained one O.U.C. Blue.