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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 6, No. 7. June 9, 1943

Finance Buoyant

Finance Buoyant.

Treasurer Starke reported on our financial position. With an approximate cash balance of £1,250 we're doing very well, it seems; though, of course, no provision has yet been made for meeting this year's club grants.

The Capping Revue showed a net profit of £28/10/0. This is to be added to £11/7/0 already in the parcels fund. Undergraduates' Supper resulted in a loss of approximately £16/10/0, which, considering the number of complimentary tickets and the very high standard of catering and decorations which Miss Wilton and her assistants provided, was very good. Capping Ball resulted in a net loss of £19/10/0. Considering the high cost of the Cabaret (£150) and that complimentary tickets for 210 (including lecturers) were issued instead of the budgeted 120, the loss is nothing to worry about. Tea dances have accumulated profits totaling £7/2/0.