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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 17, No. 13. July 15, 1953



Came appointment time, and the following were made:
  • Assistant Secretary: Miss Diana Lescher (seconded by the secretary with much gusto).
  • Finance Committee: Misses Foote and Thom.
  • Publications Committee: Messrs. Hill and Sheat. with Mr. Galvin as ex officio exec, ember.
  • Blues Committee: Messrs. Free. McLean and Chatwin.
  • Gym. Controller: Mr. Trev. Turner.
  • Social Committee Convenor: Miss Diana Lescher (who has held this post since her co-option early this year).
  • Common Room Controllers: Women—Miss Mary Williment (Mr. Galvin was not eligible). Men—Mr. Ian Free.
  • Corresponding Member: Mr. Peter Chatwin.
  • Representative on Resident Exec. N.Z.U.S.A.: Mr. J. D. Dalgety.
  • Building Planning Committee: Messrs. McCaw and Beaglehole.
  • Public Relations Officer: Mr. McLean.
  • Cafeteria Controller: Miss Peggy Thom.
  • Stationery Controlling (Did you read that, Mr. Middleton?) Sub-Committee: Miss D. Lescher and Mr. Terry.
  • Business Manager. "Salient": Mr. J. Whitta.

Most of the recommendations from the out-gone exec. were referred to sub-committees as is their wont. When the matter of retail selling through the Association was being considered, Mr. Free suggested an open-air bazaar. No doubt this would prove to be a very popular innovation.