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The Spike or Victoria University College Review 1948

Catholic Students Guild

page 41

Catholic Students Guild

The past year has seen the Guild attain considerable success. Plain (and therefore profitable) speaking came from the fortnightly discussions, which were better attended than before, while a high standard of debating was maintained. The dance and other social doings were well attended, and the support given the I.S.S. was a pleasing feature which should be upheld. Further afield, Guild members derived benefit from the University Catholic Federation of N.Z. and its activities, notably from the Summer Congress, held at Auckland; for 1948 Victoria was the national headquarters, so that we also contributed something to the growing good fortune of this body. As Victoria's Jubilee year approaches the Guild is mindful that it is indeed youthful, but hopes that its part in College life has, in this and other years, possessed some significance.


Patron: Rev. Fr. M. F. Bourke, S.M., B.A. Chaplain: Rev. Fr. F. Durning, S.M., M.A. President: H. E. Connor, B.Sc. Vice-President: Miss Annette d'Ath. Secretary-Treasurer: G. K. W. Johnston. Committee: Misses Aileen Casey, Patricia Burns and Pauline Hoskins; Messrs M. J. O'Brien, B. J. O'Meagher and K. F. O'Connor. Social Committee: Miss Margaret Twiss, Messrs A. J. Reeves and W. B. Healy, M. Sc.