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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 8 May 5, 1938

Ample Example

Ample Example.

One example of the popularity of the O.T.C. was the attendance of nearly the whole company at a summer holidays camp up the Wanganui River where Major Lascele and Sergt-Major Rose took every ounce of surplus fat from us. It floated down the river in Jumps after parades.

Most of those O.T.C. men wen to the war all did well, many reached high rank, some were badly wounded by shell fire, some did not return. All, however, would have said that the O.T.C. was the grandest manliest, friendliest interest at College.

Of course, the uniform was, too, regarded, according to the eyes of the feminine undergraduates, as most attractive.

—Major C.A.L. Tread well, O.B.E.

After the Show!!!
Dances will be held every night at 10.45 p.m. as follows:—
  • Saturday: Margaret O'Connor's Studio.
  • A Monday: samthern College's Studio.
  • Tuesday: Mnjestir Restaurant.
  • Wednesday: Margaret O'Connor's Studio.
  • Admission 1/-, Members of Extras, Free.