Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria University, Wellington. Vol. 21, No. 8. 2nd July, 1958
Dear Sir,—It is with regret that I tender my resignation as Sports Editor of your paper. This has been brought about by the resignation of Mr. F. Wallis from the position of Publications Officer of N.Z.U.S.P.C.—the position which I have accepted.
My association with the 1958 "Salient" has not been a long one but I assure you that the enjoyment in that short period makes it very difficult to forego.
It has become obvious that your Editorial policy, though violent, has created an interest in the newspaper that has been lacking for a considerable period. You will thoroughly deserve the credit that you and your staff receive through this progress.
Finally it but remains for me to wish "Salient" a continuing prosperity for the remainder of the year and to express the hope that your successor will be as progressive.
D. B. Kenderdine.
["Salient" wishes to thank Don Kenderdine for his services on the staff. Don has worked selflessly for many months, writing the sports page and the executive section, reporting meetings, and assisting in the lay-out. His assistance has been invaluable and it is regretted that his work for the Press Council makes it no longer forthcoming. "Salient" owes him a debt of gratitude which can not be entirely expressed in words. Any progress made by "Salient" this year is due, to a considerable extent, to Don's unfailing efforts, and any credit is due to him as much as to the rest of the staff.—Ed.]