Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 6 April 13, 1938
The annual general meeting of the Glee Club was held on Monday. 4th, with Mr. L. B. Sandford in the chair.
Owing to a certain, scarcity on this particular occasion of the more musically-minded students. It was necessary for those in authority to go out into the highways and byways in search of a quorum. A recruiting expedition was made to the common rooms and library, and several unwilling musicians were pressed into the service to constitute a quorum (one might call them quoristers). As a result of this, the meeting was one of the bright spots in the week.
The minutes and balance-sheet were, of course, taken gleefully as read, and the following officers were elected for 1938:—Patron. Professor Kirk; President. Dr. A. C. Keys; Vice-Presidents, Messrs. L.B. Sandford and R. L. Hutchens; Sec.-Treas., Miss M. L. Fletcher; Committee. Misses V Emanuel and B. Ball and Messrs. B. C. Campbell and H. Christie.
It was loft to the incoming committee to choose its own accompanist. It was suggested that the Club under [unclear: we] some of the activities formerly pursued by the Social Service Club-in visiting such institutions as the [unclear: Ohiro] Home, the Victoria Ward, and the Porirua Hospital. These activities would be greatly appreciated and opportunity for the musically-minded to perform.