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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 1, No. 14 July 6, 1938

"I Organised it."

"I Organised it."

When we went to Auckland for Tournament, we tried to get into touch with him in order to present his views to or readers. But he was unfortunately out of town, and "Salient's" Auckland correspondent, Miss V. McBride, Kindly consented to interview him latter, at the conclusion of several interviews, Professor Algie thought it would be better if he gave us written answers to our questions.

Professor Algie (Miss McBride norms us) is a most delightful man to talk to. He is extremely clever and witty: his arguments no doubt owing to his legal training, and logical, precise, and persuasive, while his personality is most attractive. We heard in Auckland that A.U.C. has never had a better Professor of Law His sense of humor is wonderful. And he is obviously sincere.

We wish to emphasize that any comments made in this article are not to be construed as being in any way an attack on Professor Algie for whom we have the greatest admiration, but only on the aims and objects of the League and the National Party which it supports.