SMAD. An Organ of Student Opinion. 1937. Volume 8. Number 15.
Form Through the Year
Form Through the Year.
Each of the last three seasons has seen one member of the Cub stand out from all the rest. Bagnall, Cairns, and Scrymgeour have now each assumed supremacy, and curiously enough occupied approximately the same position In the Province. Scrymgeour has by steady training and dogged running well deserved his title to the Club Championship for 1937.
Horsley, considering that nearly all the organisation and responsibility lay on his shoulders, gave a remarkably fine performance on the Big Day.
Some of the new members are coming along strongly. Burge, O'Flynn, Newall, and Farquhar (with more training and less potatoes) should be the runners of future seasons. The last three forced one another in the 8 mile handicap on Saturday, Newall taking the Endeavour Cup. Given the nucleus of fast men, a good crowd to idle along, and build up stamina in the slow packs the Club can look forward to another active season next year.