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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 4 March 30, 1938

Competition No. 1

Competition No. 1

Dr. Schuschnigg, while under "protective custody," deckles to send Hitler a present of a Bible, in which one sentence is underlined. What sentence would you recommend for the purpose?

Entries close March 30th. No prize.

The Book of the Month costs 2/6 for English members, but by the addition of exchange and postage the New Zealand price is 3/6, The price in the bookshops is not less than 7/6, and in the case or "Red Star Over China" was as high as 25/. Members cannot select their own Book or the Month.

There is no subscription beyond undertaking to pay for the book (after receipt of it).

The club is strongly recommended to all students. The books cater for every interest. Each month, with the book is included a 20-page magazine. "The Left News." which contains several very interesting articles by such people as Sir Stafford Cripps, John Srachey and Mr. Attlee. In a world which seems shrouded in gloom and foreboding, the vitality and growth of a really progressive movement which the "Left News" indicates, is like a bright clear light of reason. Play Groups, Kino-Groups. Public Meetings, tell clearly that the "Left Book Club" will play no small part in the future of England.

There are over a dozen students of V.U.C. who are members. All are unanimous in saying that the club is the best investment they have ever made. Students interested should either write to Paul's Book Arcade, Hamilton, mentioning this publication, or see the Editor of "Salient."