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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 10 June 8, 1938

"Washing Up" — Executive Meeting

"Washing Up"

Executive Meeting

As Is usual towards the end or a Parliamentary session, a financial year, or '(as In the case or V.U.C.) the end or the Executive's term of office, final meetings are in the nature or a financial washing-up.

At Monday night's Executive meeting "Salient" heard the Finance Committee's recommendations on annual grants to College Clubs, being put through the wringer. Dull It certainly was, and "Salient" dozed through most or the evening's business to the accompanient or the frenzied rattle of the Women's Hockey Club at practice upstairs.

We learned however:

That the Table Tennis Club is granted affiliation and will go into action with two new tables and new equipment.

That the Capping Ball was a financial success (and a social success, we believe).

That the Tramping Club will have to buy its own billies, and that it will have to be more careful with ice-axes and skis in future.

That the Free Discussions Club will soon be no more if it does not show signs or life within the next two weeks.

That, Judging by Its application for grants for "entertainments to visiting tennis." the Football Club is in the nature of a social club—or something.

That Dick Simpson is running the Bob Hop on King's Birthday night (Monday. June 6th): The Gymnasium is now licensed to hold 100. couples, we understand.

That the annual general meeting will be held on the 28th June, for the purpose or electing a new Executive Committee.

Time Marches On!

—I.E.A.