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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1933. Volume 4. Number 6.

1933 in Review

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1933 in Review

Weir House opened, and students in residence there.

V.U.C. Cricket Team toured the Country Associations during Christmas and New Year, and finished tour with an unbeaten record.

'Varsity Women's Second Division Tennis Team won the Grade Championship for 1932-33 season.

Victoria College Junior B Cricket Eleven won Junior B2 Championship for 1932-33 season.

N.Z. University Annual Tournament at Auckland. Victoria winners of the Basketball Shield.

V.U.C. retained the Speight Trophy at Easter, by drawing with Auckland University College in a thrilling match.

V.U.C. winners of the first water-polo match with Auckland University College at Easter by 3 goals to nil.

Visit from an Australian University Football side, playing matches against the separate University Colleges and test matches against the N.Z. University. Victoria University College defeated the visitors by 21 points to 15.

Roy Diederich captain of the New Zealand University fifteen in the first two tests against the Australians. J. Wells, and W. A. Edwards, members of the N.Z. University Team.

Otago winners of men's and women's divisions of the annual University Hockey Tourney.

Victoria College Senior B Football fifteen defeated by Massey College in the Annual match between the Colleges by 6 points to 3.

Miss Z. Henderson and Mr. A. F. T. Chorlton V.U.C.'s representatives in the annual Joynt Scroll Debating contest.

A. Katz won the Plunket Medal for 1933 with his oration on John Reed.

Canterbury University College winners of Rugby match with V.U.C. played at Christchurch by 28 points to 4.

Annual Rugby game against Te Ante College saw V.U.C. team of selected players win by 7 points to 5. thus becoming holders of Pickett Cup.

A. F. T. Chorlton, winner of the Union Prize for Debating for 1933 for highest points scored during year.

V.U.C. Free discussions Club published for the first time a magazine "Student" which was banned by the Executive after two issues.

R. J. Nankervis, President of the Students' Association for 1933.

Harrier Club gained third place in the Shaw Baton A grade relay, and fourth place in the Provincial Championships.

H. R. C., Wild and K. J. Scott nominated by Victoria for the Rhodes Scholarship.

R. Morpeth won the Harrier Championship of V.U.C. for 1933.