Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 4, No. 7 July 2, 1941
An expectant hush would have fallen when Miss Pixie Higgin occupied the chair had it not been for the terrific din of overhead footballers at play. Miss Higgin was provided with moral support in the form of Miss Elma Johnson, and an implement, resembling a two-handed road-mallet.
After calling the meting to order, Miss Higgin read some preliminary notices including a greetings cablegram from life-member Bob Edgley at Singapore. Then, by means of one rapid motion after another, the minutes of the last Annual General Meeting, the Report and Balance Sheet were all taken as read. The absence of a report from the Tournament Delegates was explained.