Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 8 May 5, 1938
It was decided to write to the N.Z. Amateur Athletic Association asking them if they would be willing to run a tour of New Zealand by Australian University athletes.
V.U.C. suggested that the question of calling a New Zealand Student Congresses be discussed at the next annual general meeting. This was approved by all Colleges.
Preparations are being made for the entry of Lincoln College. Canterbury into the N.Z.U.S. A. in the near future.
Mr. A. P. Blair of Auckland has been doing some good work in connection with the Joynt Scroll Debating Contest rules.
On the agitation of C.U.C.'s representative. I. O. Stace, the meeting was talked into reducing the grant made to Joynt Scroll Teams. A pity that! It would be better from the N.Z.U.S.A.'s point of view on general principle, too increased the levy from each College and enlarge their activities rather than engage in a policy of retrenchment and withdrawal from Inter-University activities.
Mr. Simpson (V.U.C.) was elected a life-member. He served it.
The meeting, in its closing stages passed numerous congratulatory motions to each of its various sections. "Him." said Bruce Orbison, who was there. "Mirror gazing" Self- preservation society"
Still, after all the world they did, they were entitled to it.