Salient. Victoria University Students' Paper. Vol. 26, No. 6. Tuesday, June 4, 1963
Some Cappicade sellers fared better than others. Two students out at the Hutt sold approximately 1000 each and a familiar figure in the city was the character who carried his Cappicades in a wheelbarrow and sold 1100.
The Judo Club also did a good job on the station, selling 3300.
As usual, there was a spate of amusing incidents. One student tried to sell to a woman on the station with a tribe of children. She stoutly refused until he told her that it was "Parent Approved" and showed her the relevant portion of the magazine. She quickly bought one, saying that the children would be able to read it on the train. It is hoped that the children found it nourishing literature.
One enthusiastic seller obtained clients with considerable success in a city hotel by shouting them beers,—D.W.