Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 5 April 6, 1938
[Letter from A. B. Gordon to Salient Magazine Vol. 1, No. 5 April 6, 1938]
—The title of your paper is qualified on the front page by the assertion that it is "an organ of student opinion at Victoria College." On perusing the articles and editorials it seems to me that so far all the opinions have been on the one side, being purely the views of a rabid group of soclalistically-minded students.
It would be interesting, then, to"know what steps are being taken by "Salient's" staff to awaken the body of politically "conservative" opinion"out of its sleep in order that we may hear its views.
So—what are you doing about it, "Salient"?—I am. etc.
—A. B. Gordon.
[I refer Mr. Gordon to the report of Dr. Sutch's lecture, which was written by the most ultra-conservative person we could find.—Ed.]
Wagner once bumped into a lamp post in the Maximilianstrasse in Munich—they still show it in the Pinakothek Museum.
"An accident, sir?" Inquired an onlooker.
"No thanks," said Wagner, "I've Just had one."