Salient. Victoria University of Wellington Students' Newspaper. Volume 31, Number 13 June 18, 1968
Newsheet — Week Starting Tuesday June 18
Newsheet — Week Starting Tuesday June 18
1.00 p.m.-2.00 p.m. Forum. On Sub lawn if fine; in Common Common Room if wet.
5.00 p.m. Ramsey House, Bible Study, Anglican Society.
7.30 p.m. Kelbum Park Coffee Shop. French conversation, records, folksinging. A French Club one-act play will be presented.
8.00 p.m. Council Room, Easterfield Royal Society meeting. Dr E. T. Hall will give the address Menial Health needs and the Welfare Slate —Changes within the Psychiatric Hospital".
8.20 a.m. Quiet Room. The NCC Chaplain celebrates Holy Communion, Members of all churches welcome.
1.00 p.m. 2.00 p.m. Memorial Theatre. Winter Term Lecture. to be given by Dr F. B. Shorland, Director of Food Chemistry Division D.S.I.R. "Synthetic Food".
1 00 p.m. Quiet Room. Christtian Science Organisation, All welcome.
1.00 p.m. Music Room, Hunter Building, Stage 1 Music students' Concert.
5 p.m.-7.30 p.m. Exec Room. Nat. Affairs Committee.
7.30 p.m. Memorial Theatre, Stanley Kramer's version of the famous Scopes "monkey trial" starring Spencer Tracy and Fredric March — "Inherit The Wind".
7.30 p.m. Ramsay House, Combined Religious Clubssminar final meeting "Christanity and Escapism" Sister Ruth Ann, Director of Catholic Social Services and Chris Parkin. Philosophy Dept.
8 p.m. LB2 "The theory of human rights," Address given by R. Mulgan. This is one of a programme of lectures for International Human Rights Year.
9.15 a.m.-11 a.m. Exec. Room Acommodation Advisory Committee.
12.30-1.30 p.m. Ramsay House. Hunger Lunch 25c Proceeds to relief of World Hunger.
1.10 p.m. Music Room. Hunter Building. Music Dept. weekly recital: music by Bach and Peter Menin, performed by Ruth Pearl, David Farquhar, Dobbs Franks, and Frederick Page.
5.30-7.30 p.m. Wesley Hall, Taranaki Street. World Day of Prayer for Students. Informal fellowship. Meal and service. All welcome.
6-7 p.m. Quiet Room. Atheist Society meeting. Discussion "Christianity and History".
7.30 p.m. Room 304, New Meteorological Office, Kelburn. W. J. P. McDonald will speak on "Electrical Measurements in the thermal area". Royal Soc.
7.30 p.m. H.326. "The Earth: Self Powered Heat Engine. Dynamo and Resonator. A talk by Prof. F. F. Evison on Geophysics.
All day in the Student Union. Mr Kaye will be at VUW to discuss the NZUSA insurance scheme. Appointments or information may be obtained at the Association office.
12 noon Memorial Theatre. Panel Discussion on Volunteering. Chairman John McGrath Speakers Guy Powles (VSA), C. Ransom (US Embassy), J. Stewart (Graduate Volunteer), Dr R. Walters.
1.15 p.m. RB108. Anglican Soc. Eucharist.
8 p.m. Memorial Theatre. International Club Concert Songs and dances performed by overseas students from Poland, France, Germany, Laos, Vietnam, Russia, Thailand and New Zealand.
8 p.m. Concert Chamber. Town Hall, 62nd Plunket Medal Oratory Contest in the distinguished presence of His Excellency the GovernorGeneral, who will present the medal to the successful contestant.
2 p.m. VUW Harrier Club. Vosseler Shield interclub races, Seniors 8 miles, juniors 4 miles, Wellington Harrier Club Rooms, Alexandra Road, No.3 bus.
8 p.m. Memorial Theatre. VUW International club Concert, Book at Stud. Ass. Office.
8.15 p.m. Te Rangatahi Club, Discussion on Conscientious Objection and Military Training in New Zealand, See noticeboard for venue.
1 p.m. Memorial Theatre, Visual Art Films "Renaissance", "Leonardo da Vinci: The Tragic Pursuit of Perfection".
7.45 p.m. Royal Society Rooms. Buckle Street Dr R. K. Dell. Director of the Dominion Musem will speak on "Coral Reef Biota—New Zealand's near neighbour".
Tuesday 25th June. Memorial Theatre. VUW Music Society presents a lunchtime concert.
Tuesday 25th June. 7.30 p.m., Room H222. Chemistry Soc. Meeting addressed by Dr Golding.
Wednesday 26th June. Memorial Theatre 1 p.m. Winter Term Lecture. "The Impact of Computers" by Professor Vignaux.
Wednesday 26th June, Film Soc. screening of "The Goddess" and "The Seven Year Itch". Memorial Theatre 7.30 p.m.
Thursday 27th June. VUW Russian Club film, Memorial Theatre 7.30 p.m.
Friday 28th June. 12.15 p.m. Memorial Theatre. Film Soc. screening of "Fury" starring Spencer Tracy.
Friday 28th June. Memorial Theatre 7.30 p.m. VUW Debating Soc.
Friday 28th June — Tuesday 2nd July. Reikorangi. Philosophical Reading Party. Pay $2.00 deposit to Departmental Secretary.
5th-7th July, Leaving 6 p.m. Friday 5th July at Otaki Camp, the French Club will hold an all-French weekend, modelled on those held by French Universities. Approximate cost $6.00. transport, accommodation and meals included.
Every Monday at the John Reid Squash Courts at 7.30 p.m.—Squash Club night. During Terms 2 and 3 the Sandwich Lunch Bar will he open on Saturdays from 10.30 a.m. to 1.30 p.m.
Students art reminded that submission for the Joint Committee on Student Participation in the University are due with the Secretary of the Committee. P.O. Bos 196 Wellington on or before Monday 1st July 1968.
Thursday and Friday 8th and 9th August. NZUSA is organising a meeting at VUW. This will take the form of a model United Nations General Assembly along the lines of several organised overseas. The objects are to shed light on the issue of Rhodesia and to create a greater awareness of the functions and workings of the United Nations, Further information and registration forms are available in the Stud. Ass. Office. Registration is free and closes on 19th July.