Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington N.Z. Vol. 3, No. 7
Military Service of University Students
The Minister of National Service has agreed, in the case of those students whom the University authorities are unable to credit with a pass at the end of September, arrangements will be made with the Man-Power Connittees where by on [unclear: pregention] from the students concerned, territorial training will be postponed until after the November examinations.
The Registrar of the University of New Zealand has informed N.Z.U.S.A. that each college is itself empowered to grant degree passes on the year's work and it therefore seems that if a man is listed in the ballot he should in the first instance apply to his Professor to see whether he will be credited with a pass, in the degree examinations, if he then learns that he ha, to sit Finals he should apply immediately to the local Man-Power Committee for postponement of service until after November.
End of Year Dances 1940
On Friday October 4 there will be an informal dance to as an end-of-term celebration and Gym House- Arming. Price 1/6. For those who are going home, to sit Finals, this will be your last Varsity function of the year. Forgot swot for a night—Come to the Gym House-Warming.
Final Dance. This will be hold in the Gym on Friday November 15. Subscription 6/- double.
Old students will know the joyousness of this final dance of the year, when examinations are at last finished and the
Long Vacation, beckons. You who were freshers this year, freshers no longer, should come to enjoy this, the bost show of the year.
Watch the Notice-Boards;
Students will notice that the Gymnasium has just been painted and thoroughly renovated. You are Asked to Co-Operate in keeping the Gymnasium Clean and Tidy. After, all, it exists solely for your use and convenience. Now lights have been installed—are there off when you have finished with them. The kitchen has been [unclear: remodelled] leave it as you find it or in better condition. There is new paint inside—take pride in keeping it fresh and clean.
[unclear: Spike 1940]
Each year a small devoted band labour for the good of the many and produces [unclear: Spike], the annual literary magazine of this college. It is the duty of every student to purchase one. Price 2/-. On sale next week. Copies may be ordered in advance from Miss Kate Ross, Miss Dorrell Bennett, or Mr. Suker.