Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 2, No. 18. September 20, 1939
Gossip — From National Park
From National Park
June Cummins has some lovely pictures of herself doing things on These bear absolutely no nation to those of certain Piccadilly gnme-hunters.
Three Varsity gentlemen had the honour of being escorted from the portals of the Chateau to the cold show and the hills without.
Morality Note.—The members of the Varsity rush-in ballet which edified the fancy dress ball wore football pants beneath the lunch papers.
It is possible to live for very little National Park.
Derek Freeman's health foods filled a lot of conversational gaps. Particularly the seaweed. And he himself passed a good few terse remarks about "embalmed meat," to which his party could only retaliate, in pathetic fashion, by placing two saveloys in his bed.
Advice to Tony Chorlton; "And now there's nothing to prevent you having a Hollywood-Maxwell on your own perfectly-beautified bosom."
Mr. Austin! Fairy rings at dawn?
We understand that it was only on, Mr. Hott's presence in town which prevented a consolatory telegram to our Mr. Scotney, on the Russo-German alliance, being read out at the Dramatic Club revue.
The Choral Union's production "The Creation" will not now be all that it might have been.
So Johannesson lost seven girls their reputations at one fell swoop: How now, Casanovn?
What ensued in the Exec. Room after George the Gardener had handed in a lady's handbag retrieved from the long grass outside?
Stocks in silks are not falling in Allenby Terrace.