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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 13, No. 4. March 23rd, 1950

Tramping Club AGM

Tramping Club AGM

On Tuesday, March 14, the Tramping Club held its A.G.M. The meeting was well attended by old and new members. The annual report was adopted rapidly and then the officers were elected: Prof. Boyd-Wilson leads the field with A. H. Scotney, B. Butchers and G. McDonald as his vices. Chairman: Trud-geon with Ross Martin as his vice-president (poor bloke he only got one). Secretary: Jeanette Murray. Treasurer: Casey. Chief Guide: R. Knotts. (If you want to know what sleeping bags are for, ask him). Committee: N. Pearce, P. Cotton and T. Qualter. For information contact any of the above via letter racks.

Under general business three motions were passed after the chairman had been reminded that 24 for and 16 against did not mean that the motion was lost These were:
(1)That a member of the committee be appointed to supply club notices to Salient and that the sports editor be notified of such an appointment. Moved Jennings.
(2)That the incoming committee be recommended to investigate the possibility of a club badge or cap or shirt Moved Jenkins.
(3)That the incoming committee be recommended to limit the size of Christmas trips this year to groups of 10 (ten). Moved Piper. The wording of this last motion was the source of a good deal of repartee between the mover and the chairman, We hope this wording is correct.

After this, "Prelude to Aspiring" was shown. We can recommend all to see this if there is a chance. It was a really excellent production.

Last came a film of a party of V.U.C. bods on the Merle Gwyrme search. Very informal and highly enjoyed by all.