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Salient. An Organ of Student Opinion at Victoria College, Wellington, N.Z. Vol. 14, No. 13. October 4, 1951



There were men singing at midnight—and women too—until the early hours of the morning—hinging until the fish fried, or the sun rose and water was warm enough to swim in which it was most of the day and when it was not necessary to listen to the pearls being cast before by the various who had come from a distance or two to cast them and provoke which they did excellently even and in spite of fifty-four people in a fourman hut all singing furiously some low or respectable ditty to high c which is not the same as the high hill where those who had nothing better to do or were members of the tramping clubs hiked to even in the blazing noonday as the more sane lay stretched out like the fish that were caught and fried my word yes in the early morning for brain food in the sun which was palling up a nice tan not so noticeable on those dozens who came or is it went [unclear: acres] for the weekend and that was a good idea but the whole Congress for £7 is much better ask cotton who lives in the [unclear: ex] room—