Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 10. June 14, 1939
[Food or Fiction: Editor's reply]
[In Reply.—Up till the time of receiving this letter, Mr. Higgin has sent in no contribution to the Literary Page. Needless to say all of this has not been published. Mr Taylor has sent in one—alt of this has. Mr. Saker, up till the time of receiving the letter, has sent in six contributions. With this issue three have been published.
Food is considered, in its place, to be demonstrably more important than imagination, which all three gentlemen will quickly find If they stop eating. Does one hoar a voice inquiring—"Tell me where is fancy bread?"
It Is worth remembering en attendant, that before you even put your foot down it is wise to be sure that you have a leg to stand on.—Ed.]