Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 4, No. 7 July 2, 1941
The 9.20 train for Titahi Bay pulled out, carrying a mixture" of aspiring Biologists and aspiring rock-climbers.
It was a pity the two parties couldn't have combined, but better collecting of wogs and things was to be found southwards, so with J. McC. bemoaning the fact that most of the girls were not rock-climbers, we wended our separate ways.
R.C. led us to a delightful spot. The outjutting rocks, conveniently exposed by the low tide, yielded a multitude of slimy things, lurking in the pools, and beneath boulders.
Despite the reminder by J.J. that there might be liver flukes in the water (he, however, drank more tea than anybody), a good lunch was had by all, supplemented by one unfortu-ate fish some 6in. long—partly grilled and partly smoked.