Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 8 May 5, 1938
Extravaganza—Undergrad's Supper—Capping—Capping Ball.
Just names—but they mean a marvelous week for all those Wikitorians who are keen enough to take an active part in the festivities.
Already almost a hundred stalwarts are sweating under the strain or Extrav, rehearsals; night after night the gym rocks with the stampeding of male and female ballets and resounds with the sparkling songs that are such an attractive part of this year's shows.
And what are you doing?
What's that? Nothing? But there are lots of things you can do. You can sell Cappicades. You can be an usher at the Opera House. You can sell Extrav. tickets. You must, of course, attend Extrav., Undergrad's Supper, the Capping Ceremony, and the Capping Ball, and bring as many eligible friends and relations as possible to all functions.
And there's no need to feel hypocritical about it. Because the show really is the best for years.