Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 8. May 31, 1939
It was soon realized that the work which has been begun must be continued by intensive research and experiment in every country, but as Professor Cunningham slated:
"We believe that the results we have found through the application of Moral Re-Armament to Education are concrete enough to suggest a universal principle of which the results could be multiplied indefinitely"
Like everyone else Julian shuffled round clasping various [unclear: corsetiess] torsos in the crush, which limited the range of bodily movements.
"Could anything be more idiotic?" Pamela Porter, the niece of Canon Fuge, remarked as she rubbed her belly against his.
"Is it more idiotic that a Church Nation, a battle, a trial by jury, or a Royal Coronation?" Julian asked. "It is at least more innocuous and less portentous."
Robert Briffault "Europa in Limbo."
"Changes in the population of primitive societies are caused by war, famine, plague, and contact with Europeans."—Dr. E. Beaglehole.
"... No man is so void of [unclear: under] as to [unclear: prefer] before peace; for in the latter, children bury their fathers; in the former, fathers bury their children."—Herodotus.
Mr. E. C. Simpson will speak on "Modern Art" to the Phœnix Club. The talk will be illustrated with a fine set of slides. Thursday. June 8th.