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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 8, No. 12. September 19, 1945

Where will it come from?

Where will it come from?

Mr. O'Brien wanted to know where we were going to get the money to pay the £120 which apparently is to be met immediately. We have no securities on which to draw overdraft, though the possibilities of insurance on the Gym was mentioned. All in all, he found it quite obvious that the Exec needed money.

In the reply, it was noted that some Stud. Ass. fees are still owing, and the students concerned will not get terms unless these are paid. "Money can be moved from the building fund if no cash is forthcoming," said Mr. Taylor. "Why isn't this in the report?" asked Mr. O'Brien. Mr. Poole, however, passed the matter off on his own inexperience and lack of time available, and was granted full exoneration from the floor.

Mr. Daniells said that it was the policy of the social Committee to run the socials on a "no-profit" basis and that it was only possible to hold these functions with the assistance of a large band of voluntary helpers. When the fact that the Gym was insured was raised, Mr. Ziman is understood to have said something about that being another source of money worthy of consideration.