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SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1935. Volume 6. Number 11.



The competition in this division is between four teams only, every team playing every other. This, too, was won by Canterbury, who had three wins. Again we congratulate you, Canterbury!

The results are as follows:

C.U.C. 2, v. V.U.C. 1.

C.U.C. 2, v. O.U. 0.

C.U.C. 5, v. A.U.C. 0.

O.U. 4, v. V.U.C. 1.

O.U. 7, V. A.U.C. 0.

V.U.C. 8, v. A.U.C. 0.

On Saturday a team comprising the N.Z.U. men's hockey eleven played a Canterbury team. The University team won this game 3-1.

A women's team also played a Canterbury team, but in this case the Canterbury team won, 2-1.

The following players from V.U.C. were awarded N.Z.U. Blues for hockey:

Men: F. H. Stewart, L. G. Denby,

Women: M. A. Harding, J. Grainger, and M. Nelligan

We congratulate them on their success!