T. R. Davis.
- "The Māori at University." Te Ao Hou 7 (1954): 12-13.
- Davis looks at the reasons why so few Māori are attending university. He cites lack of finance, lack of information on university courses and lack of information on graduate work opportunities as some of the obstacles facing young Māori. Davis also notes that there is the problem of adjusting to a "new and strange environment"; to help cater for these problems the Auckland University Māori Club was established. Davis outlines the club’s objectives and names some of its key members. He closes by encouraging parents to help their children obtain the most valuable "taonga" of the pakeha world - a university education.