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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. V.U.C. Students' Association Annual Elections, 1952

T. H. Beaglehole

T. H. Beaglehole

A Full-Time Arts student, is active in many clubs, this year being on the committees of the Debating Society and the Harrier Club and secretary of the Swords Club. He has represented V.U.C. at Winter and Easter Tournament in the harrier and athletic teams.

He agrees with Mr. Horsley [unclear: that] common sense must largely [unclear: ove [gap — reason: damage]] the actions of Exec, but this [unclear: must] not be made an excuse for [unclear: doing] nothing. The Lower Gym has [unclear: been] in shambles for over a year, [unclear: th[gap — reason: damage]] whole Gym needs renovating—[unclear: doing] nothing may have saved money [unclear: during] the past year, but it won't pa[gap — reason: damage] in the long run.

Exec. should not be a purely [unclear: administrative] body. If it was there would be no point in electing it. It must represent student interests, protect student interests, and make student opinion known and noticed. To neglect doing this is to fall in its most important duty.

Nominator: H. D. Scott