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Salient: An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 12, No. 3, April 6th, 1949.


Have you ever waited in the queue to get a meal in the Caf. at night? Have you cursed because it took you as lone to wait as it did to eat? And have you been wondering why the price of the evening meal has risen from 1/9 to 2/-? So have we.

Probably more solid grousing has gone into the Caf. situation than anything else around V.U.C. except exams. But while there is a fair amount of grousing, there hasn't been much constructive comment from anyone. Kath Langford, Stud. Ass. Caf. Controller, is pretty convinced that there isn't much that can be done about either the queues or the prices. The problem, she thinks is not quite the ordinary one: few ordinary restaurants have such a concentrated rush as our rush around six o'clock—only that in the "Duke" could equal it.