Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 18, No. 9. July 1, 1954
At the last meeting the following Blues were confirmed.
Cricket.—D. S. St. John. J. C. Thomson, W. R. Perkins, M. Mc Ewan, B. McK. Kern.
Athletics.—G. R. Stevens, J. G. Hawkes, M. C. Hansen, I. J. Hyslop. Miss S. Thompson.
Rowing.—R. V. Kirby, G. J. Thompson.
Tennis.—B. Boon. L O'Neill. T. Elchelbaum. Hiss V. Henderson.
Excerpts From Minutes
Moved Lescher, seconded Beck, that it be recommended to the incoming Exec., that they attend Phys. Ed. classes for a short period before each meeting in the hope that such classes will serve to put them on their mettle and thus enable them to tackle the problems of the Association with greater vigour. Carried.
Moved Galvin, seconded Mclean, That the above mentioned classes take place in the Midland Hotel. Miss Them abstained from voting.—Carried.
Violation of Regulation
On reading the accounts of the Socialist Club the following entry was found:
Loss on School 2/3 ½
All gamblers interested are invited to attend the next meeting.
Marriage Bureau ! ! !
During the evening it was pointed out that during the last year no less than 3 members of Exec, have managed to become engaged. But, as Bernic Galvin was heard to wisecrack, what is more interesting is that 13 others haven't.